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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 October 1912

SI'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 18 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR LINCOLN COUNTY DEMOCRATS SELECT THEIR CANDIDATES Place a Complete Ticket in the Fie'd. Every Place Filled With an Able Man; a Man Sure to Win. Harmony Keynote of Convention The democratic county conven tion held in the opera house here it Libby last Saturday was about as harmonious as any conyention ever pulled off where a representative delegation attended from all parts of the county. Only three contests all told. The one trouble of the conven tion was to place a man on the ticket for the legislature. We have plenty of good material but the con vention seemed to think C.A. Weil of Eureka was the man to fill the job and gave him the nomination by acclamation. After the smoke and the shouting had died away Mr. Weil refused the nomination. The time being so short this item was left for the central committee to fill. On Monday night the cen tral committee held a meeting and selecte...

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. — 10 October 1912

STORY STANTON WINS Ba . Eleaner M. Ingrma Author of "The Game and the Candle," "The Flying Mercury." et. Illusgtef.s . Frederic Thornabrgh 'opyright l91% The Bobbs-Merrlll Oompaay SYNOPSIS. At the beginning of great automobile race the mechanician of the Mercury, Stanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth, Jesse Floyd, volunteers, an Is aso cepted. In the rest during the twenty four hour race Stanton meets a stranger. Mi-s 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. Accident by which San ton is hurt is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton. tells of his boyhood. Stan ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes to track aick, but makes race. CHAPTER VI. (Contlnued.) There was a bad turn. His eyes on the machine in front, Stanton round. ed the banked curve ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 October 1912

SAMSON'S BAD STREAK MADE THINGS REAL LIVELY IN AN IDAHO TOWN. turns Over Loaded Wagons, Upsets a Blacksmith Shop and Sets Natives on the Run-Old Samson Gets Lambasting. Philadelphia.-"Samson," began the old showman to a group gathered about him listening to his stories of old-time circus life, "was one of the biggest elephants that America has ever seen. He was usually a pretty decent sort of an animal, but his first bad streak struck him out in Haley, Idaho. We were just coming in from the street parade. In this procession Samson carried on his back a ten piece band. Lucky for those ten toot ers they had just dismounted. "Then Samson beat it. He led off toward the cage wagon holding the lions. One of them reached out its paws, getting back to its old jungle rivalry, and this, perhaps, made Sam. son shy off. He struck the four-horse team and knocked them into a kicking heap. Then he struck off across the field and overturned ten cages. "Lucky for us, since there were plenty of towns...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 October 1912

..The Libby Herald., PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1q91, at the postofBce 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. \Valsh 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. II. Hall of Great Falls. For Presidential Electors--J. C. Mc Carthy of Bozeman, John MacGiuniss of Butte. George M. H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 October 1912

MRS. WOODROW WILSON Wife of the Derocratic Presidential Nominee. Honorary President of the Woman's National Democratic League. ·.;:!: " . :: ::i: :·s i' :.i.i ............................. ..'..' . ., '4". V 6< ,' Af;:i ~'i:;. "·.:i ·· Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the new leader of Democracy and prob able next mistress of the White House, is perhaps the most interesting womr an in the United States today. This is inevitable-not because she wishes it, for she does not-and is as firm as a rock in her conviction that being the wife of a public man does not necessitate nor call for a woman's becoming a publicity seeker. She successfully resisted all appeals of photographers and interviewers until Mr. Wilson's nomination as Democratic candidate for the presidency was un fait accompli. This modesty is easily traced to her southern ancestry and training and is characteristic also of her distin guished husband. She was born Ellen Louise Axson, daughter of a Presbyterian divine of Savanna...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 October 1912

FLIGHT TO THE MOON ASTRONOMER DOES NOT THINK THE FEAT IMPOSSIBLE. By the Use of Electrical Force It Can Be Done, and Doubtless Will, A0 cording to Professor Gar rett P. Servlss. On the deck of La Provence, at the beginning of an old-fashioned ocean journey for a summer in France, Gar rett P. Serviss, the well known as tronomer, talked seriously of an air ship service to the moon which he believes the future has in store for man. "I begin to think seriously. but not too seriously, now that we have achieved the navigation of the air by mechanical means, that there only re mains the necessity of providing air to exist upon and things to eat for man to go to the moon," he said. "But we have got to have a new motive force. Electrical propulsion begins to hint what that force will be when men fly from planet to planet. You understand we have got to over come gravity and there are only two forces which overcome gravity under certain conditions-pressure of light and electricity. "So I say t...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 October 1912

CONFORMATION IS ESSENTIAL IN BREEDING DRAFT HORSES Of the 100,000 Animals Marketed at Chicago Not More Than 5,000 Would be Termed A-1-Economy of Heavy Mare on Farm for Work and Produ cing Colts is Summed Up by Expert. An Excellent Farm Team. There are a number of considera tions for the farmers to keep in mind In breeding horses for the draft horse trade. Among these are that size, weight, condition and character each sear an important influence in de ;ermining the prices paid on the mar. gets and therefore that this influence Is reflected upon the prices which they receive from the country ship pers and buyers, says the Wisconsin Agriculturist. Nothing that influences the large central markets for the prod acts of the farm fails to affect the sale of a single article directly on the farm. Probably the one thing which the general run of horses that reach the markets lack more often than any other is size and incidentally there fore weight. It is stated from good authority that there...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 October 1912

LOCAL NEWS BUDGET Democratic headquarters have been opened in the building for merly occupied by the Rainbow bakery. Roy S. Alley is in town from Butte. He is overseeing the work being done on his ranch on the north side of the Kootenai. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Stuhlreiter died wednesday morning. The Ladies Aid of the Presby terian church will meet Friday af ternoon in the church. Part of the steel for the bridge has arrived and the rest of it is' ex pected soon. The Lincoln county socialists held a big pow wow at the court house last Saturday. Miss Beatrice Dickerhoof of Ur al was one of the visitors to tl'e democratic convention last Satur day. R. A. wilson of Bonners Ferry arrived in town Tuesday. Take your best girl and her little brother to the Libby Hotel next Sunday and enjoy a real good Sunday dinner. Money to loan on approved se curity. A. L. Thompson. Hon Chas H Conner, of the To bacco plains country, and socialist candidate for the legislature, spent Sunday an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 October 1912

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 19 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, Oct. 17, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR LINCOLN COUNTY REPUBLICANS NOMINATE THEIR CANDIDATES It is no more than the bald truth to say that the republican county convention held in Libby last Mon day was a singularly tame and sub dued affair. By actual count there were just 33 persons present as del egates and alternates. There was no scramble for the nominations- that's surely a truthful statement. Indeed, there was a conspicuous determination on the part of those present to dodge the nominations that went begg' ig around the hall. No one wanted anything but har mnony and there were gobs of that scattered all over the room. The only evidence of enthusiasm displayed by the convention was when Mrs. Robert L. Hess of War land was nominated for county superintendent of schools. That estimable lady was roundly ap plauded by the delegates and the democratic audience that had as sembled to attend the obsequies out of curiosity....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 October 1912

I Rummage I and Romance By M. DIBBELL a - m ss "Contributions for another rum mage sale? Good gracious, Ella, do you think we have a complete new out fit of clothing every three months?" Mrs. Bond's voice sounded a trifle im patient. "Remember it is for the good of the 'Cause,' Minerva, and think what a blessing it will be to the Long road people to get some warm things cheap -I am sure you haven't weeded out all the closets yet." "What a fine collector you make." Mrs. Bond had regained her usual good nature. "Come In, and I will take a look around. I simply won't promise to get them down to you. You must take them with you if you want them." "I shall be delighted," answered her friend. "It will do me good to sit down and meditate on the best way to ap proach my next victim." She seated herself in a rocker, while Mrs. Bond went on her search. It was not long before she returned, her arms piled high with garments. Depositing them on the table she re marked: "I found a treasure trove ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 October 1912

S8ERIAL~ LSTORYJ STANTON WINS , Bi Eleaner M1. Ingre. Author of "Tie Gatm sad the Cýnd." "The tieysg Mercuq." etg. llhaiftage Ig Preders Tberaburgh Oopyrigit 15" The Bobba-Merrww Ompean 3 SYNOPSIS. At the beginning of great automobile rae the mechanlcian' of the Mercury, utanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and is ac ted. In the rest during the twenty ur hour race Stanton meets a stranger, 1we Carlisle, who introduces herself. The eroury wins race. Stanton receives towers from Miss Carlisle, which he ig 1ores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle f ollow in auto. Accident by which Stan on is hurt is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stan ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes to track wiok, but makes race. They have acci dent. Floyd hurt, hut not seriously. At dinner Floyd tells Stanton of his twin later, Jessica. Stanto...

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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. — 17 October 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1q11, at the postoflice 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. II Hall of Great Falls. For Presidential Electors--J. C. Mc Carthy of Bozeman, John MacGinniss of Butte, George M. Houtz...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 October 1912

THIRD TERM QUACK PLANK Fraudulent "Blanket Policy" Of. fered for Protection of Health and Life. IN INTEREST OF FAKERS "Theodore Rex" Promises to Shield Them Against Discrimination by Educated Physicians. The political tentacles of the third term candidate have been extended in every direction from which might be gathered voters irrespective of sex, race, color or previous condition, of all (vocations, factions and trades into the Progressive fold. By specious prom. ises cunningly adapted to each the colonel beckons them to follow with leating approval wheresoever his bell. wether adjutants may lead in order that Theodore Rex may again sit in the White House. Tempting bait is thrown to the work. ing people in the mimimum wage, to the Socialists in the enlargement of government ownership, to the womr en in the furtherance of suffrage as. pirations, to the farmer in blissful bet. terment of rural life, etc. Now he ap. peals to the quacks, those true and hitherto despised men of predato...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 October 1912

GERMANY'S ESPIONAGI EVERY VISITOR IS UNDER THI WATCH OF THE POLICE. He Must Give Full Account of Him self and His Intentions-Use of Red Ink Brings Serious Con sequences. The recent conviction as a spy o the English lawyer, Mr. Stewart, made it clear to everyone who read the ac count of the trial that German law hi very different to our own. How differ. ent it requires a visit to Germany tc realize Before you have stayed in a German town for a week a policeman calls. He politely inquires your age your nationality, and how long you intend to stay. Your answer he notes down In one of the small library of litt4e books which he carries with him. If you take a house in Germany you must notify the police; if you move to another you must comply with the same formality. If you hire a servant girl you must purchase a yellow blank, and report the fact. When she leaves a green form must be sent to the police stating why she is dismissed. If you use the telephone In Ger. many you must be careful...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 October 1912

The Father By MADGE E. ANDERSON "Adam Goehart, Cobbler," was printed in large, uneven letters on a sign-board across the front of a rough board house in a western town. Adam was justly proud of his sign, for his capacity had been severely tried in forming those rude letters. A small room at the back of his shop was shoemaker's home. A dog was his companion. With this companion close up at his side, Adam was huddled over his stove (for a norther was blowing), finish ing a pair of cowboy boots, when his ear caught a sound at his shop door. Deafily uncertain, he rose, the dog barked: "Yes!" The fierce wind took his breath, but he wheezed out a cheer ful: "Oh, come in, right, sonny." In side, he took the worn little shoe from the child, saying: "Jack Frost is i-bitten your toes; it was his bitten mine as fust made me think of my trade. Yes, sure I'll mend you shoe fur you, fust thing; them boots kin wait." Contented with the situation, the child climbed upon one end of Adam's bench; soo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 October 1912

LOCAL NEWS BUDGET Postmaster Don Schank, who was taken to Spokane for medical treat ment a few weeks ago, is recover ing rapidly and returned to his home this week. He is as suted by his physicians thet he will entirely recover from the effects of his recent serious affliction. Supervisor Dorr Skeels is in the hills on the Yakt. J. M. Kennedy is spending two weeks in the Kootenai, on his an nual holiday. Try Rochafellow & DeLapp with your photo work in the tent studio opposite the Libby hotel. Pictures of babies a specialty. "The Missouri Girl" drew a good crowd to the opera house Fri day night. But the show was noti worth the price. If the Missouri Girl ever comes this way again she will have to show us, and we won't pay any more dollars to see, either. One hunter brought in six deer from the north side of th- river on Thursday. They were shot by a party of three Helena men. Take your best girl and her little brother to the Libby Hotel, next Sunday and enjoy a real good Sunday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 October 1912

ST'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 20 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR - -. - - - - I I The National Women's Wilson-Marshall League This is a women's organization, brought into existence down in New York with Mrs. Harriman as president. The primary object of the club is to bring to the attention of the housek'epers of the nation the awful t:urden their housholds are carrying inl being obliged to pay the tariff taxes imposed upon all articles of clothing and provisions for the table and home that have to be bought every day by the house keepers. These iniquitous hard ships imposed by the Payne-Aldrich tariff bill, wh:e:1 President Taft defended as "the best bill of its kind ever passed by congress," must be brought home to the women who are trying so hard to make old-time allowances for fam ily expenses meet the high prices. The voice of the women will speak plainly on these matters which they are so especially able to understand K and appreciate. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 October 1912

SERIAL 8STORY STANTON WINS By Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle," "The Flying Mercury," et. Illustratfon, ~y frederic Thoreburgi Copyright l91% The Bobbs-Merrill comp.ny SYNOPSIS. At the beginning of great automobile wace the mechanician of the Mercury, SItanton's machine, drops dead. Strange youth Jesse Floyd, volunteers, and is ac L eted. In the rest during the twenty ur hour race Stanton meets a stranger, ee Carlisle. who introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from Miss Carlisle, which he 1g sores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Stanton and Miss Carlisle follow in auto. Accident by which Stan ton is hurt is mysterious. Floyd, at lunch with Stanton, tells of his boyhood. Stan ton again meets Miss Carlisle and they dine together. Stanton comes to trao. ik, but makes race. They have acoi nt. Floyd hurt, but not seriously. At iner Floyd tells Stanton of his twin siter, Jessica. Stanto...

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. — 24 October 1912

WHEN THE HOURIS DRIED THEIR HAIR Or What the Doctor Discovered In the Heat of New York. By JUNE GRAHAM. aopyraght. 11, by Associated Ukders Press.) "Did he take It, mother, did het" "Now girls," Mrs. Vernon protested, breathlessly, "not all at once, please. Yes, he took it. Bab, dear, don't pranes" "But, mother, I'm dancing for Joy," mll, fiiteen-yearold. Bab protested 'He's such a dear." "For how much?" asked Josephine, briskly. "It's worth ten with break fast, mumsle, summertime, you know." "But he takes his meals all out, Jo. Lnd I let him have it for eight He e*ems such a quiet person, Just a big aloe boy." "Boy? Hasn't he a Vandyke and moustache, mother?" "Carlotta, not so loud. No, he is gufte smooth shaven. He is a doctor. He has come on from the middle west -Indiana, I think he said-to take up a special summer course here, and he oeeds a quiet place to live, with no istractions." She paused impressively to let this point penetrate. The guilty four sur tounded her with sober ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 October 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANYI Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1q11, 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 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. II. Hall of Great Falls. For Presidential Electors-J. C. Mc Carthy of Bozetnan, John MacGinniss of Butte. George M. Houtz ...

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