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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 19 September 1912

GOOD SPEAKING _______ Hon. Sam V. Stewart, of Virginia City, Democratic Candidate for Governor of Montana Senator Tom Stout, of Lewistown, Democratic Candidate for Congress Hon. Dan M. Kelly, of boulder Democratic Candidate for Attorney General of Montana At the Opera House AT 8 O'CLOCK The Libby Brass BadWill Participate In the Evening's Entertainment At The Opera House Templin's Splendid Orchestra Will Also Furnish Music THE SPEAKERS ARE AMONG THE MOST ELOQUENT AND ENTERTAINING OF MONTANA'S PUBLIC MEN Everyody Crdially Invited GOOD) MUSIC GOOD EVENING

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. — 19 September 1912

In Touch With Fashion What the Smartest Dressmakers Are Now Displaying Hints That May Help the Undecided ture of the Paris summer sea PARIS.-The most notable fea son is the Russian ballet, at the Chatelet theater. We have now had five or six seasons of Russian ballets, here in Paris, but the novelty has not lost any of its charm; the Parisiennes seem, on the contrary, to become each year more and more enthusiastic about these wonderful dancers and their amazingly artistic surroundings. On the first night the Grand Duke Boris was present with a party of friends in a prominent box and, close by, the British embassy party,. with the young prince of Wales very much in evidence, writes Idalia de Villiers In the Boston Globe. In another large box Mme. Paul Bourget, the charming wife of the eminent writer, was enter taining a party, and on this occasion Mme. Bourget looked exceedingly at tractive in a clinging robe of moon light blue jet and a picturesque mantle of dull blue mirror velvet,...

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. — 19 September 1912

ke-Form5raopes oj NedP Off"kD / Pr@PRAy4 2ED EVERY day was Arbor Day high up on the slopes of Pike's Peak last spring. Government forestry officials replanted a vast area, which was fire swept more than 50 years ago. Hun dreds of thousands of pine seed and young trees were planted on barren elopes, marking the first important step toward reforesting the entire Rocky Mountain Range-or so much thereof as is included in the National Forests. With the denuded areas on the slopes of the Rockies covered with a sturdy growth of young trees, the snowfall in the mountains will be much slower in melting. This will hold back the waters which now rush to the Mississippi Valley from the Rocky Mountain watershed in April and May. These late floods have done the most damage this season, as their addition to streams already bank full has proved too great a strain for lev ees to bear. A force of more than 50 men were employed in the Pike's Peak region for several weeks, planting seed or young trees,...

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. — 19 September 1912

LOCAL NEWS BUDGET Frank P. Garey of Eureka was s business visitor in town Tuesday. Bud Wood and Tom Walker were up from Troy Monday any attended the socialist talk that night. M. D. Rowland who has beet visiting in Iowa for the last six weeks returned home last Thurs day. Mrs. Walker departed for Spo kane Tuesday for a few days visit. Go to the meeting in the opera house Monday evening, Sept. 23, and hear three of the most eloquent and entertaining men in Montana's public life. Good music by the Libby brass band and Templin's orchestra. The weather report for last week shows that we had very little mois ture during the week. We had five clear days and two cloudy ones. The temperature being around 70 in the day time and pretty cool at night, hitting as low as 27 on Saturday night. The bulletins from forest ranger Malcolm Kedzie tell us that he is getting along fine. Born, September 16, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stuhlreiter, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wheeler of Butte were registered at the ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 26 September 1912

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 16 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR LARGE AND ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD HEAR CANDIDATES SPEAK BIG PULP MILL NEAR LIBBY NOW SURE TO BE CONSTRUCTED The story published last week in the Libby Herald concerning new industries projected and about tc be constructed in and around Lib" by, was widely read and exten* sively copied by other newspaper5 in Montana. It greatly pleased hundreds of people in the Kootenai valley, who know what such en" terprises mean for this region. The Herald aimed to tell only the facts; the truth is good enough about it all. Tice great power plant is to be built at Kootenai Falls; the new paper and pulp mill is to be built at the mouth of the Yakt; a big pulp mill will be constructed at or near Libby. These are assured facts. Last Thursday and Friday some of the big eastern capitalists con nected with the pulp mill enter prise spent some time in Libby con sulting with Forest Supervisor Dorr Skeels. Jo...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 26 September 1912

I According to Tradition I I By ELLA RANDALL PEARCE (Coryright, zets, by Associated Literary Press) "Donald Ware has come back!" This one sentence chimed over and over again like a song in the mind of the woman who had slowly entered the little cottage room, and now sat on the broad lounge, with her eyes turned dreamily upon the casement framed garden scene. There were the narrow porch steps with the flat post where once, in the long ago, young Ware often paused to chat with the golden haired girl in ruffled dimity who sat upon the top step, with the joy of youth and the tenderness of a first love in her violet eyes. There was the winding path to the side gate where the lilac bushes bloomed-then as now-but with what a different suggestion in their fra grance; Now, Elinor Fenwick never passed the sweet lilac bloom without a sadness vibrating in her heart like a strain of melancholy music, half forgotten, but potent for pain even so. "ionaia ware nas come naca: How strange that, after...

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. — 26 September 1912

Stimulate Children? Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimnulant for children. He will probably say, "Very, very rarely." Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will probably an swer, "Very,veryfrecuently." Then ask him about Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a strong and safe tonic for the young. Not a drop of alcohol in it. Always keep a box of Ayer's Pills in the house. Just one pill at bedtime, now and then, will ward off many an attack of biliousness, indigestion, sick-headache. How many years has your doctor known these pills? Ask him all about them. Made by the J. C. AYER CO.. Lowell, Mass. Jack Garney, who used to be a Co lumbus (Ohio) man before he got to selling wine, toad a story the other day to illustrate some point. "We were hard at work building a new church out at Columbus," said he, "and all of us that belonged gave what we could to it. One day the priest went to Riley, who kept a saloon. 'Riley,' he says, 'Riley, you ought to give the church a...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 26 September 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as second-class matter Augusi 17, 1911, at the postoffice at Libby, Mon. tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Ticket We Support For President-Woodrow Wilson. For Vice President-Thomas Mlarshall. For United States Senator-Thos' J. Walsh of Helena. For Governor-Samuel V. Stewart of Madison. For Lieutenant Governor-W. W. Mc Dowell of Butte. For Congress-Senator Tom $tout of Lewistown and John M. Evans of Mis. soula. For Associate Justice of the $upreme Court-Sidney C. Sanner of Miles City. For Secretary of State-A. M. Alder son of Livingston. For Attorney General-Dan P4. Kelly of Boulder. For State Treasurer-W. C. Rae of Red Lodge. For State Auditor-William Keating of Missoula. For State Superintendent of Public Instruction-H. A. Pavee of Lewistown. For Railroad Commissioner-J. H. Hall of Great Falls. For Presidential Electors-J. C. Mc Carthy of Bozeman, John MacGipniss of Butte. George M. *Hout...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 26 September 1912

MEAN WILSON TO 9 SWEEP COUNTRY. Democratic Gains In Vermost and Maine impressive. OTHER PARTIES' PLIGMT rhird Termers to Poli Their Erlir. Strength From thie Rapidlyf 1 Thinning Repuibiloan Ranks. . f That the result of the state *.ee lions in Vermont and Maine mean a tremendous Democratic victory in No. vember, is freely admitted by t Il ex* Dept the bitterest partisans. Polttit cal experts have done some analtyzing, and some claim to have reachedL nova) conclusions. But these facts, stand Dot: On Monday, September 9, 1012, the Republican and Third Term parties combined elected William T. Raines governor of Maine, over Frederick W. Ilaisted, the present Democratic in clumbent, by 3,023 plurality; in 1908, a presidential year, a Republican was elected governor by 7,653 plurality; in 1901, the plurality was 25,800, and in 1900 it was 34,132. In other wqrds, in 12 years the Democrats have out down the Republican plurality in state elections by 31,109. In this period the Democrtatic vo...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 26 September 1912

~?ERIAL'T LSTORYJ STANTON WINS Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle," "The Flying Mercury," etc. Frederic Thornburgh Oopyrlght 1912. The Bobba-Merrill oompany S SYNOPSIS. At the beginning of great automobile race the mechanician of the Mercury, Stanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and is ac cepted. In the rest during the twenty four hour race Stanton meets a stranger, Miss Carlisle, who introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he ig nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow in auto. CHAPTER IV.-(Continued.) Stanton, unruffled as in the New Yorlt depot, except for his wind-tossed bait, whose blackness was flecked wift yellow road dust, leaned back to reelaim his hat and ihquire their destination. When he returned to the ustial method of driving with both hands and facing forward, Miss Car lisle had alt...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 26 September 1912

+ THL +t' SCRAP BOOK 50,000 OLD HORSES FOR FOOD. Startling figures as to the volume of the traffic in worn-out horses be. tween Great Britain and the Conti. nent are contained in the report re cently issued of the departmental committee which has considered the best means of developing British ex port trade in live stock. The total number of British and Irish horses exported in 1910 was 59, 149, valued at £1,293,938. More than 50,000 of these horses (valued at £614,451) were sent to the low coun tries-19,957 to Holland and 30,206 to Belgium-and it is evident that most of these were intended for slaughter, as the average value was only about £11 and £13 respectively. The total British export of live stock last year, mainly for breeding purposes, was as follows: Horses .................. £1,298,938 Cattle ........- -......... 198,379 Sheep ...... ---........... 62,264 Pigs ..................... 9,236 £ 1,563,817 - British pedigree animals found their way to all parts of the world, and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 26 September 1912

LOCAL NEWS BUDGET Webster H. Ransom went to Kalispell last Saturday. B. F. Howard has completely re covered from his recent illness and left town for his ranch this week. Guy Head, Arnie Gibson and Irene Davidson departed for Helena Sunday night to attend the state fair. Orde Gibson started for the fair Tuesday night. Chas. Holy and Anna Sebek both of Eureka were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the mayor's office Tuesday. Mayor Thos. Smitzer performed the ceremony. Judge Geo. E. Davis of Troy spent a couple of days in town the fore part of the week. Postmaster Schanck became ser iously ill last Saturday and was sent to the hospital at Spokane. Latest reports are to the effect that he is getting along fine. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bridges of Denver, Colo,, are spending the week in town. The board of trustees of the Presbyterian church will hold a business session in the church to night. The Ladies Aid of the Prsbyter ian church will meet in the church parlors Friday afternoon. H....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 3 October 1912

_ THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 17 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1912 $L.u0 t' 1 LAR FRANK J. EDWARDS TRYS TO TELL WHY Loyal Bull Moosers bad their heart's desire last night when they listened to their candidate for gov ernor, Frank J. Edwards, and can didate for congress, Tom Everett, at he opera house. All of the Bull Moosers, and several of the old faith, turnld cut to hear these men. The fore part of the week the town was strewn w i±h' glaring posters announcing the meeting and prom ising that the candidates would tell the reason why. Quite a bunch went to the meeting for the pur pose of finding out WHY. But they came away still mystified. The speakers rammed all other parties unmercifully and lauded their na Democrats Hold Primaries Elect Eighteen Delegate: Last Saturday was democratic primary day. Primary elections were held all over the county froa 2:00 till 4:00 o'clock, Delegates elected in the city of Libby were as follows: Precinct No. i6--A. R. Gibson,...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 3 October 1912

SERIAL. STORY STANTON WINS By Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle," "The Flying Mercury," etc. Illustrmtions by Frederic Thernburgh 'opyright 191. The Bobbs-Merrill oompany SYNOPSIS. At the beginning of great automobile the mechanician of the Mercury, tanton's machine, drops dead. Strange luth Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and is ac. eted. In the rest during the twenty our hour race Stanton meets a stranger, iss Carlisle, who introduces herself. The ercury wins race. Stanton receives owers from Miss Carlisle, which he ig q ores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a rain. They alight to take walk, and Train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle 0l1ow in auto. Accident by which San on 'I irt is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with `canton, tells of his boyhood. CHAPTER V. (Continued.) Stanton gasped. Where had his nemory been, not to recall the name of Floyd? A multitude of confused recollections rushed across his mind, of that famous manufacturer and tacer for sheer love of the sport...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 3 October 1912

IOW NAMES ORIGINATI GREEK AND LATIN SUPPLY MO', OF FEMININE ONES. Four Principal Sources for Most o Given Names Used Among Eng. Ilsh-Speaking People-How Mary Became Popular. There are four principal sources to. almost all the given names in use among English-speaking people-these are Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Ger man. A very few are of Saxon, Celtiq Syriac, Persian or Arabic origin. When England was a Roman Catho lio country the name of the mothes of Jesus Christ was, from religious and superstitious motives, very fre quently chosen by parents and for centuries Mary was the most com mon female Christian name in Eng land. After the Reformation the increased familiarity with the scriptures caused the names of the characters of the Old Testament history to be very fre" quently adopted. To this period we owe the introduction of Sarah oz Sara, a Princess, and Hannah, grace, The latter has many derivatives, such as Ann., Anne, Annie, Anna, Annette Nanette, Nan, Nancy, Nance and Net tie. Th...

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

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHtD EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBlISHING COMPANY Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1911, at the postomlce at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Ticket We Support For President-Woodrow Wilson. For Vice President-Thomas Marshall. For United States Senator-Thos- J. Walsh of Helena. For Governor-Samuel V. Stewart of Madison. For Lieutenant Governor-W. W. Mc Dowell of Butte. For Congress-Senator Tom Stout of Lewistown and John M. Evans of Mis soula. For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court-Sidney C. Sanner of Miles City. For Secretary of State-A. M. Alder son of Livingston. For Attorney General-Dan M. Kelly of Boulder. For State Treasurer-W. C. Rae of Red Lodge. For State Auditor-William Keating of Missoula. For State Superintendent of Public Instruction-H. A. Davee of Lewistown. For Railroad Commissioner-J. H. Hall of Great Falls. For Presidential Electors-J. C. Mc Carthy of Bozeman, John MacGinniss of Iutte, George M. Houtz of K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 3 October 1912

TWO BIG ISSUES, SAYS COLLIER'S The Tariff and the Proper Treat. ment of Monopolies. WON'T TIE TO ROOSEVEL1 "Actively Disagrees" With His View. About Trusts and "Wastes of Corn petition" and Supports the Candi dacy of Wilson and Marshall. Collier's is out for Wilson and Mar shall. It refuses to support Theodore Roosevelt, plus George W. Perkins Elbridge H. Gary and the rest of the steel trust-harvester trust magnates. Its open opposition to the third tern ticket was indicated in the issue o! Sept. 14. In the Issue of Sept. 21 it, reasons for espousing the Democratic cause are clear and forceful. The leading editorial, "The Wastec of Competition," says: "More and more the campaign ii coining down to two pressing issues, the tariff and the proper treatment of monopolies. Collier's actively dis agrees with the view of monopoly be ing urged by Messrs. Roosevelt, Per kins and Gary. "They talk a great deal about thi wastes of competition. The necessary wastes of competition are relatively ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 3 October 1912

Pretty Straw Hat 8tultable for Either Late Summer or F'al II Photo, (Copyrilht, by Lundrwoond & Lnderwuod, \.1 A black empire straw hat with facing of black moire. The brim slashed on the aide. The hat is trimmed with wings which are visible through the opening in the brim. DRESS HAIR TO SUIT FACE One of the Most Important Points to Remember in Arranging the Coiffure. I will not go so far as to say that "'artistio hairdressers are born, not imade," says M. Calle, the well-known coiffeur, in the July Strand, but let ne hasten to say at once, therefore, that the arrangement of the hair is i study-not an accident, as it would seem to be regarded by those who ave not studied the art of the coif Iteur. For example, if a woman is en idowed by nature with a long face that is to say, a face longer than that of the average woman-there is one golden rule that she must always bear mind when arranging her hair namely, to do it as artistically full at the side as possible-always, of course, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 3 October 1912

AMPLE REASON FOR LEAVING Wife, Perfectly Satisfied With Hotel, Had Heard Pretty Widow Wanted to Learn to Swim. "My husband and I will leave in the morning," she said, addressing the clerk at the summer hotel. "So if you have a chance to rent our rooms you are at liberty to do so." "I'm very sorry to hear that, Mrs. Smithers. I understand you intended to be with us for several weeks." "We did expect to stay quite a while, but we are changing our plans." "Haven't you found the table sat isfactory? If there is anything that you wish we will be glad-" "Oh, no, it isn't that. The table Is very good. I shall recommend it to my friends." "Perhaps your rooms are not just what you would-" "The rooms are very nice, thank you. I haven't any fault to find with them." "I should be greatly obliged to you If you would tell me why you are leaving. If it is because of any fault on the part of the management we shall be only too glad to-" "No no. Everything is very nice as far as the management is co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 3 October 1912

LOCAL NEWS BUDGET i nere will De no preaching ser vices at the Presbyterian church next Sunday as the pastor is at tending the meeting of the Synod at Deer Lodge. Mrs. A. C. Herbst will give a silver tea in the interests of the Ladies' Aid society of the Presby terian church, tomorrow afternoon. The latest reports from Post master Schanck inform us that he is getting along fine and will soon be home. C. A. Hurd of Troy was a Lib by visitor last Thursday and Fri day. F. R. Bagg of Troy was a busi ness visitor in town Friday. John E Schultz. a prominent logging contractor at Troy, was a business visitor in town Friday. Wallace Colquhoun was a visitor from Troy Saturday. Senator Leary returned from California Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Dawson were visitors from Jennings, Monday. W. C. Albee was a caller from Eureka Monday. J. D. Hunter, for some time de pot agent at this place, has been promoted to district agent for this division. He left Monday morning for Whitefish, where he will have ...

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