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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 3 January 1913

3 SERVICE WORTH WHILE 1 0 Good job printing is a necessity in any well regulated successful business. Printed forms save time, and time is of business by mail is one of the first essentials of a successful business house. I - IWe are printers of quality printing. We make it a firm and fast rule that when a piece of printing leaves this office it must be perfect in workmanship and design. Quality is the first thing to be considered when buying printing. Next after Then ce quality comes the price you are to pay. The prices we charge are the same and in some instances less than is charged by the large Spokane offices. Let us have a chance to bid on your I work. Satisfaction guaranteed. I WE WANT We are asking for your patronage because we live in * Libby and spend our money here; the work is as good, the YOUR WORK quality as good or better and the price as low as anywhere else in the northwest. Are these sound arguments? If so, let us have your next order for job printing: I The LIBBY ...

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. — 3 January 1913

STORY The fLYING MERCURY By' Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle" Illustrations By RAY WALTERS (Oopyright,1910. by Bobbl-M.rrlU a) CHAPTER 1. The roaring rtorts of the motor tell into abrupt silence, as the driver brought his car to a halt "You signaled?" he called across the grind of set brakes. In the blending glare of the search lights from the two machines, the gray one arriving and the limousine drawn to the roadside, the young girl stood, her hand still extended in the gesture which had stopped the man who now leaned across his wheel. "Oh, please," she appealed again. On either side stretched away the Long Island meadows, dark, sound less, apparently uninhabited. Only this spot of light broke the monotony ad dreariness. A keen, chill, October wind sighed past, stirring the girl's delicate gown as its folds lay un heeded in the dust, fluttering her fur lined cloak and shaking two or three childish curls from the bondage of her velvet hood. The driver swung hims...

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. — 3 January 1913

BUTCHER A DIPLOMAT (URNS HIS KNOWLEDGE OF FAIR SEX TO ACCOUNT. Not Averse to Stretching Conscience by Adding or Deducting a Few Pounds When They Want to Know Their Weight. "See that scale out there," said the butcher, laying down his knife and jerking his finger toward a large scale that was standing outside the butcher shop. "Well, I suppose you have the same idea that most of my other cus tomers have. They think I keep it there to weigh meat on. I don't. I will let you into a secret and tell you why I placed the scale there. It is to weigh my customers on. "You would be surprised if you knew how many of my customers desired to be weighed. Most of them are women and they always bother me at my busiest time, which is Satur day. They think when they come in here and buy a pound of steak or chops that in return for their custom I ought to lay down my work and go outside and weigh them. "Every one knows how sensitive a woman is about her weight. If you tell a woman that she is gaining ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 3 January 1913

The First National Bank of Libby Opened for business Jan. g9, 90go CAPITAL $25.000.00 - - RESOURCES $200,000.00 OFFICERS: C. ED LUKENS, President F. M. PLUMMER, Vice-Pres. CHESTER A. ADAMS, Cashier DIRECTORS : JAS. STONECIIEST E. W. DOE F. M. PLUMMER C. EI) LUKENS CHESTER' A. ADAMS G. W. MILLETT E. A. SOITTHWICK %~~_ _J~~~~_-, LOCAL NEWS BUDGET The pleasures we enjoy are lost by coveting more. Forest Ranger Malcolm Kedzie has returned from Spokane. Iie was taken dangerously ill about three months ago and was sent to the hospital at Spokane for an op eration. IHe is almost as well as ever now. Mrs. Chester Adams entertained the members of the music depart ment of the Woman's clubn at her home Tuesday afternoon. The ladies were dressed in old fashioned dutch costume, lunch was served and a very enjoyable aft ernoon spent. Contractor Rose of the firm of Rose & Reynaud is on a business trip to Spokane. LIBBY COM'L Co. 0 0 Sweater Coats Rough Necks and d 0 Fancys at SHalf Pricei0 a -...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 January 1913

T'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2 NO. 31 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, IONTANA, FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1913 $2.00 PER YEAR NEW CHURCH IS DEDICATED First Presbyterian Church of Libby Solemnly Dedicated at the Sunday Morning Service. Rev. Alexander Pringle Preaches Sermon. The First Presbyterian Church of Libby was fittingly dedicated at the morning service last Sunday. Rev. Alexander Pringle of Kalis pell assisted the pastor, Rev. W. A. Reed, and preached the dedica tion sermon. An excellent, al though somewhat lengthy program had been prepared and it was car ried through without a hitch. The choir had prepared special music for the occasion which they ren dered in a very acceptable manner. Misses Donna and Nina Schanck sang a duet and Montgomery G. Rice delighted the audience with a solo. The pastor, as chairman, read a report of the building com mittee which showed the church to be in exceptionally good condi tion financially, in fact nearly out of debt, and holding negotiable as sets enought to offset ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 January 1913

From a Perplexed Girl. Your columns have been so helpful o others I would like to have your tdvice. I have been going with a boy br about two or three months and like aim very much, and he has told other leople he liked me better than any dirl he ever knew. When at a "leap ear" dance how many dances should give him? Do you think it consid red unladylike to wear small pearl arrings or would they make me bok coarse? What should a girl say then asked to have a dance? Is it eally wrong to let a boy kiss you if e is in earnest?-Perplexed B. I hope from henceforth these col mns will prove helpful to you and iat you will come just as often as uestions bother you. It depends pon how many dances there are. I lould think you could give him every ther one. Girls are wearing earrings .ow, and if small I see no harm, for he ears are not pierced these days ,nd it is only a harmless passing fad o wear them. I think it is really Prong to let a boy kiss you and per laps you will think I am very prim...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 January 1913

CMI WRLN VENTRILOQUISM AMONG BIRDS lMany Songsters Have Notes That Are Difficult to Place-Grasshopper la Big Offender. Ventriloquism is not confined solely. to the human race, London Answers asserts. There are many birds whose -otes it is almost impossible "to place." Take the corncrake, with its harsh 'crake, crake!" One moment the sound is by your feet; the next, fifty yards away. The grasshopper is an other offender in this respect. Its sib ilant note is hard to locate. The sedge warbler goes one better. Not only is it an accomplished ventril oquist, but it will mimic or parody the song of other birds. In a lesser degree the redbreast and the crow possess these powers, and foreign doves come under the same category. In Brazil the bell bird is exception ally skillful with its voice, while the American chickadee invariably de ceives the listener. Canada boasts of a partridge which is known to deceive sportsmen as to its whereabouts for hours on end. MOST AMUSING LITTLE TOY Figures ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 January 1913

es vwnlersn S'IRES In all interested David unrnett, rchased the Libby the neIxc. lord Inma .Sir *.rlhn Kirk o hscription list and now an octogena from the former Livl . itt, e in ex inedy, on Dec. 3I1 L lther Hlurtban ph mtlt. wiilznr. i vill haze charge hlV Iti.g s Iln s ibI nd he responsible Dr. George K. )olicV of the IHer- two yemars in natli tilts owing to the ish museuml, lits reer with the imn itd to the nderl he has been ke ll accounts owed books. n will he plaid Ibv Arthur HBilly-I just arrived in ,1 the United States ,'.. .rrrett. long diplomati( < private secretary France in 1885. old mlan to be beg. Professor Willlal ly to the man at a discoverer of con es, nlu'aln," leiplied a new one to the hat in his hand. eatists, omaking tv ,gig aill yoMlr life?" his credit. He is ( -'Yoiakers States; servatory and pro at Hobart college, rrrand Gaston Stlrobill a r brand place for thie U1 of oil, ivorces and M.arathon race at ullfrld, in Swedell, is an el ;tcls as though of Pater...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 January 1913

SERVICE WORTH WHILE I O Good job printing is a necessity in any well regulated successful business. Printed forms save time, and time is of P in i value to a busy man. Printed stationery for use in transacting business by mail is one of the first essentials of a successful business house. We are printers of quality printing. We m ike i: a firm and fast rule that when a piece of printing leaves this office it * must be perfect in workmanship and design. Quality is the first thing to be considered when buying printing. Next after en "*ce quality comes the price you are to pay. The prices we charge S n i Ce are the same and in some instances less than is charged by the large Spokane offices. Let us have a chance to bid on your work. Satisfaction guaranteed. WE WANT We are asking for your patronage because we live in Libby and spend our money here; the work is as good, the YOUR WO quality as good or better and the price as low as anywhere else in the northwest. Are these sound arguments...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 January 1913

SERIAL STORY The !LYING MERCURY By' Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle" Illustrations By" R.AY WALTERS uowarright. iw by BobbwsN1 eaC SYNOPSIS. The story opena on Long Islead near Sw York city, where Miss Emily ench, a relative of Ethan Ptrench, manufacturer of the celebrated "Mer ury" automobile, loses her way. The r has stopped and her cousin, Dick nch, is too muddled with drink to rect it aright. They meet another car which is run by a professional racer amed Lestrange. The latter fixes up he Ffrench car and directs Miss Ffrench w to proceed homeward. CHAPTER II. It was a business consultation that , being held in Mr. Ffrench's firelit library, in spite of the presence of a tea table and the young girl behind it a consultation between the two part who composed the Mercury Au omobile company, of whom the lesser ras speaking with a certain anecdotal weight. "And he said he was losing too much time on the turns; so the next tound he took the bend at 72 miles an hou...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 January 1913

RETURN OF MARINO Tragedy and Romance in Home coming of Soldier. By LEWIS JAMES. The hand of old Papa Tzantili trem bled. The day's doings had been all wrong, and in his capacity as village priest at Mitriane he had been un able to help himself. And then the news had come. It had spread rapidly, first in whispers and later, when men's excitement could no longer be restrained, in joy out shouts. "Marino is coming! Our Marino! Karistinaki, the Cretan eagle! Our hero! The slayer of Bulgaria! The savior of the oppressed! He is com ing home." Papa Tzantili went into his house on the outskirts of the village. He wish ed to avoid being questioned. He sat in his little room upstairs and gazed sadly toward the quay. Toward evening a steamboat churn ed her way between the northern pro montory of the island and the barren rock which rose sentinel a quarter of a mile off. In the stem of the vessel stood a huge man with his hands upon the converging bulwark. He was a Cre tan born, to judge by his...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 10 January 1913

The First National Bank of Libby Opened for business Jan. ig, 19to CAPITAL $25.000.00 - - RESOURCES $200,000.00 OFFICERS : C. ED LUKENS, President F. M. PLUMMER, Vice-Pres. CHESTER A. ADAMS, Cashier DIRECTORS : JAS. STONECHEST E. W. DOE F. M. PLUMMER C. ED LUKENS CHESTER A. ADAMS G. W. MILLETT E. A. SOUTHWICK LOCAL NEWS BUDGET J. J. Hibbard was a Kalispel visitor the latter part of last week, Forest Supervisor Dorr Skeet. was a business visitor to Kalispel last week. Contractor Rose of Rose & Rey naud was a business visitor at Spokane last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ransom and Miss Gertrude Disbrow were visiting in Kalispell the fore part of the week. School started Monday morning after a two week's lay off for holi day vacation. The extreme cold weather prevented some of the children from attending the first of the week but the seats are well filled now. LIBBY COM'L Co. Sweater I Coats Rough Necks g0 and Fancys at a a Half! Price 0 Libby Com. Co i In the new Blackford Block i...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 January 1913

T'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 32 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JAN. 17, 1913 $2.00 PER YEAR GOVERNOR SAMUEL V. STEWART Delivers Message to the Legislature The Herald had intended pub lishing in last week's issue Gover nor Stewart's message in full, but the trains were tied up and the mail service so bad that we could not get the article from Helena in time for press. It is late now to pubhsh the full report so we will give the grist of what he urged up on the law makers of Montana. The message was a short one con sidering the usual length of such communications, and was direct and to the point. Following are the fine points well boiled down:. Urges economy and a study of the state's finances before making approoriations. Emphasizes that the democratic platform is a contract with the peo ple which must be fulfilled. Asks for enactment of the fol lowing legislation: Tax commission law. A public utilities commission. A new highway law. Prevention of forest fires and protectio...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 January 1913

AFTER THE GREAT JUMP Hustled for the First Time in His Life. By LOUISE MERRIFEILD. (Copyright, 1912, by the McClure News paper Syndicate.) Garret awakened the next morning with a most unusual feeling of happi ness and even elation. Then he re membered. He had jumped the last fence the night before. Eight years of bachelorhood, eight years of solid single comfort with all their warn ings and lessons had gone up like a puff of smoke! "Letters, sir, and shall I raise the shades?" Peters recalled him. It gave him mastery over himself, the self he had always relied on, even to hear Peters' voice at his pillow, for Peters went with all individuality which had turn ed a complete cosmic handspring so to speak, under the glamour of Guen Waring's presence. "Yes, Peters, do." Garret reached for the letters eagerly. Perhaps she had written since the night before. Sometimes they changed their minds most impetuously, he had understood. and used special delivery stamps. His mouth widened in a slow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 January 1913

:1 ':'4: -il : :i:4a .:. i· ...;V :-. ·- IT .4,..,, ::: i :j 4 - , 4'i4 $4·1 ··: ,·4 2·:(·.: TIAEN A ~1 U L JA IWOULD be superfluous to say we slept that night. Wouldn't anybody feel like sleeping after a good, manly walk of twelve or ftifteen miles n! a h;Di that well deserves the name, mountain? We had started about mid-afternoon to scale the heights preparatory to our annual "two weeks off." 'Twas dark when we reached our chosen spot in the San Antonio canyon, and it was 9 o'clock before we had completed all arrangements for our "good nights," writes Alfred A. Berger in the Ios Angeles Times. By the way, did you ever sleep out under the trees with God's vast blue canopy for your roof, and the myriads of stars twinkling and blinking at you through the leaves, for your watch lights? Did you ever experience a night in the forest with sweet-scented pines perfuming the air, and with a gushing, gurgling, laughing brook to sing you away to dreamland? It is wonderful beyond mere descript...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 January 1913

..The Libby Herald.. Entered as second-class matter August 17, Ig91, at the postoffice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY J. W. BARRETT, PUBLISHER OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS U. S. Senators-Thos. J. Walsh and H. L. Meyers. Governor -Samuel V. Stewart. Lieut-Governor-W. W. McDowell. Congressmen-Tomr Stout and John M. Evans Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Sydney C. Sanner. Secretary of State-A. M. Alderson. Attorney General-Dan M. Kelly. State Treasurer-Wm. C. Rae. State Auditor-William Keating. State Superintendent of Public Instruc tion-H. A. Davee. Railroad Commissioners J. H. Hall. E. A. Morley. COUNTY OFFICERS State Senator-James E. Leary. Representative-C. H. Conner. District Judge-J. E. Erickson. County Commissioners Paul D. Pratt, Chairman. Frank P. Garey. J. P. Bartlett. Sheriff-Frank R. Bailey. County Clerk and Recorder-Satmuel Carpenter. County Treasurer-John C. Friend. County Assessor-John D. Weir. County Attorney-James ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 January 1913

" SERVICE WORTH W E successful business. Printed forms save time, and time is of 1 0h Good job printing is a necessity in any well regulated Job f value to a busy man. Printed stationery for use in transacting business by mail is one of the first essentials of a successful business house. first thing to he considered when buying printing. Next after Then quality comes the price you are to pay. The prices we charge I Iare the same and in some instances less than is charged by the large Spokane offices. Let us have a chance to bid on your work. Satisfaction guaranteed. I WANT We are asking for your patronage because we live in T Libby and spend our money here; the work is as good, the quality as good or better and the price as low as anywhere else in the northwest. Are these sound arguments? If so, let us I have your next order for job printing:m SThe LIBBY HERALD THE COUNTRY NEAR A CRISIS. This republic is near a crisis which is greater than the wisest men think. I do not forget that...

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. — 17 January 1913

STORY The flYING M[RCURY Br Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle" lnustratlons By RAY WAL TERS (O right, la. q Bobb.-*errml 00 8YNOPSIS. The story opens on Long I:land near York city, where Miss Emily french, a relative of Ethan Ffrench, Ienutaoturer of the celebrated "Mer esry" automobile, loses her way. The ar has stopped and her cousin, Dick sch, is too muddled with drink to at it aright. They meet another car Which is run by a professional racer eamed Lestrarige. The latter flies up TPV rench car and directs Miss Ffrench to proceed homeward. Ethan I/rench has disinherited his son, who has disappeared. He informs Emily plainly that he would like to have her marry Dick, who Is a good-natured but ir eponslble fellow. It appears that a partner of Ethan Ffrench wanting an ex pert to race with the "Mercury" at auto events, has engaged Lestrange, and at the Ffrench factory Emily encounters the 'eung man. CHAPTER III.-(Contlnued). None of the group in the next room had n...

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. — 17 January 1913

RACE FOR A WIFE The Best Man Won Despite the Great Odds Against Him. By HARMONY WELLER. Blossom looked down, suddenly very much abashed. The question lurking in the masculine eyes must be answered and there were three sets of eyes, all adoring and likewise all impatient. Dick gazed fondly at the little brown hand that he longed to pos sess as his own; Harry's eyes were riveted on the misty line of blue that showed beneath her lashes and Tom absorbed the whole perfect girl in his glance, but mostly he watched the frimson stain of her lips which curled now and again with a troubled smile. She looked up and her eyes lin gered on Tom, on Dick and on Harry. Each man watched with trepidation the dimple that played fitfully in the girl's face. A half drawn breath es caped her lips. "You have all," she began in her sweet voice, "honored me-by loving me." The men glowered, each at the other two. She continued a trifle nervously, "And in return-I love you -each one of you-with the same amout ...

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. — 17 January 1913

The First National Bank of Libby Opened for business Jan. Ig, i9io CAPITAL $25.000.00 - - RESOURCES $200,000.00 OFFICERS : C. ED LUKE NS, President F. M. PLUMMER, Vice-Pres. CHESTER A. ADAMS, Cashier DIRECTORS : JAS. STONECHEST E. W. DOE F. M. PLUMMER C. ED LUKENS CHESTER A. ADAMS G. W. MILLETT E. A. SOUTIHWICK LOCAL NEWS BUDGET Attorney Sidney M. Logan, of Kalispell was a business visitor in town last Saturday. James Stonechest was up from Troy the fore part of the week. He reports plenty of snow for log ging operations but says if it gets no deeper it will not trouble them much. This is the time of the year when the fool killer is snooping around looking for the fellow who used an over dose of kerosene in getting a rousing fire started on cold morn ings, and it must keep him pretty busy, because throwing kerosene on the smouldering embers of last night's fire is quite general and is a pretty sure way to start some thing. LIBBY COM'L Co, r Sweater * Coats and Fancys at Half1 I Pric...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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