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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 28 February 1913

ITHE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 38 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEB. 28, 1913 $2.00 PER YEAR IBBY HOTEL SOLD J. W. McKnight of Kalispell The New Owner. Paid Near $35,000 One of the largest deals in Libby real estate that has been recorded for dome time was made this week when J. W. McKnight of Kalispell completed a deal for the Libby hotel. This hotel was built about three years ago by C. E. Lukens and John H. Town and cost in the neighborhood of $2o,ooo. It is the largest business building in Libby. It can not be definitely ascertained just what the price paid for this property was, but for the real es tate, building, furnishings and good will it is estimated that the deal involved the changing hands of around $35,ooo. The hotel has been run under a lease for the past six months by Kennedy&Company and has attained a reputation for being the best hotel in northwest. ern Montana. Mr. McKfight will spend a large sum for new furni ture and fixtures and will put the buildin...

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. — 28 February 1913

NEWS OFTHE WORLD ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST FRESH FROM THE DAILY TELEGRAPH WIRES. FROM FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FIELDS Happenings National, Historioal and Political and Personal Events Told in Brief Paragraphs for Busy Readers. U. j. Fry, superintendent of the Con tinental Telegraph company, died Sat urday at Milwaukee. Damage caused by the stleet storm which gripped Chicago, February 22, is estimated at $1;000,000. King George and Queen Mary held their second court of the season at Buckingham palace Saturday. The state of Sonora is firm in its allegiance to Madero and is prepared to back up its decision with arms. It was seven degrees below zero at Denver, February 22, with a foot and a half of snco.v covering the ground. The plant of the Hardwood Floor ing company of Kansas City, Mo., burned Saturday with a loss of $50,000. The 16th annual convention of the National Association of atetail Grocers w.ill be held in St. Louis next May. One of the most severe storms of the winter raged ove...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 28 February 1913

PARCEL POST RULES THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE GIVES ALL NEEDED INFORMATION FOR ALL ITS PATRONS. SAVE THIS PAPER FOR REFERENCE As This New Mode of Express Has Come to Stay It Behooves Every body to Become Familiar With its Workings. Circulars handed to the public at the post offices are not sufficiently ex planatory as to the parcel post regula tions. About the best compilation of the rules and regulations is the one which comprises all the essential de tails. Subscribers should cut these out and post them on the wall: Sec. 8. The law requires that on and after January 1, 1913, the post age on all matter of the fourth class must be prepaid by distinctive parcel post stamps affixed. Postmasters can not receive for mailing parcels that do not bear such stamps, 2. Parcel post Stamps are not valid for the Dayment of postage on matter of the first, second and third classes, and, when used for that purpose, the matter to which they are affixed shall be treated as "Held for postage," as prescribe...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 28 February 1913

..The Libby Herald.. Entered as second-class matter August 17, Iqn, at the postoffl.ce at Lihhy, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY J. W. BARRETT, PUILSIIIuER OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS U. S. Senators-Thos. J. Walsh and 11H. L. Meyers. Governor -Samuel V. Stewart. Lieut-Governor-\V. W. McI)owell. Congressuleu--Toml Stout and Jolil M Evans Associate Justice of the Supreme Court - Sydney C. Santler. Secretary of State-A. M. Ahlerson . Attorney General-l)an M. Kelly. State Treasurer-Wri, C. Rae. State Auditor-William Keating. State Superintendent of Public Instrue tion-II. A. I)avee. Railroad Conunissionlers J. H. Hall. E. A. Morley. COI'NTV OFFICE ERS State Senator--Janie, E. Leary. Representative-C. II. Conner. District Judge--J. E. Erickson, County Coummissioners Paul I). Pratt, Chairman. Frank P. Garey. J. P. Bartlett. Sheriff-Frank R. Barney. County Clerk and Recorder- Sanuel Carpenter. County Treasurer-John C. Friend. County Assessor-John 1). ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 28 February 1913

A FRIEND IN NEED Just a Bit of Life as it Cropped Out on a Railway Train. A TOUCH OF REAL HUMANITY. The Rough Looking M.t Who Proved That His Heart Was Big and In the Right Place and the Shabby but Grateful Foreigner He Befriended. "Whenever I hear anything nowa days about 'man's inhumanity to man,'" said a Providence citizen the other day, "1 am reminded of a little incident. I was coming back from Boston with a friend on the midnight t,"ain, and, getting on board at the Ba ck Bay station, we found a seat neat" the rear end of the car. "So on after the train pulled out I happe,' ed to look around and saw the conducte 'r apparently expostulating with a ra ther shabby looking specimen of human. kty who was sitting in the last seat. At first I thought the -man Was drunk, but as 1 watched I saw that be was a' foreigner who couldn't unldestand Enb 'lish. He was holding out a crumpled one dollar bill to the conductor and say. ing 'New York' over and over again. "Finally the con. luctor s...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 28 February 1913

STORY The flYINNG MERCURY By' Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle" Illustratione By R.4Y WALTERS (bopyriht,1010, lby Bobbs-MErlW Oa) 8YNOP81SS The tory opens on Long Island, near l ew York city where Miss Emily french, a relative of Ethan Ffrench, manufacturer of the celebrated "Mer eury" automobile, loses her way. The ar has stopped and her cousin, Dick Ffrench, Is too muddled with drink to direct it aright. They meet another car Which is run by a professional racer named Lestrange. The latter fixes up the Ffrench car and directs Miss Ffrench ow to proceed homeward. Ethan rench has disinherited his son, who has disappeared. He informs Emily plainly that he would like to have her arry Dick, who is a good-natured but rresponsible fellow. It appears that a partner of Ethan Ffrench wanting an ex ert to race with the "Mercury" at auto events, has engeged Lestrange, and at the Ffrench factory Emily encounters the young man. They refer pleasantly to their meeting when Dic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 28 February 1913

MUCH EMPLOYMENT FOR SKAGIT COUNTY SETTLERS Seattle, Feb. 22.-H. C. Peters has a land proposition especially appealing to the man of limited means, He is subdividing 3000 acres of the finest fruit and dairy land in the Northwest, located near Mt. Vernon, Skagit coun ty, Wash., and adjacent to big mills that offer abundant work at good wages. Mr. Peters solves both the "Logged-Off Land" and the "High-Cost Of-Living" problems. He. has offices with the Seattle Trust Company, 800 Third Ave., Seattle, and will gladly answer all inquiries. Spratts-Miss Elder is much older than I thought. Hunker-Impossible. Spratts-Well, I asked her if she had read Aesop's Fables and she said she read them when they first came out. FOR SALE-120 acres in Kootenal Co., Idaho. Excellent location. Ideal climate. 7 acres cultivated, balance pasture and timber. House, barn, out buildings, orchard, team, tools, etc. Price $3000. Address Jas. S. Zornes, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. "Had a queer experience recently," said ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 28 February 1913

GOOD SAWS FOR EVERYBODY Diamond Edge Saws are built up to the minutest exaction of the skilled mechanic. Not only are they made of the best material; finished, polished and filed by hand to a needle or Diamond Edge point, but they are "Handled" to a hair's breadth that they may "line" and "bite" Just right. They thin from deep shoulder to point and from teeth to back, so that the smallest set is required. The less set in a saw the less muscle necessary. Diamond Edge Hand Saws are thoroughbreds in line, class and style. Williams & Curtis LIBBY, MONTANA LIBBY HARNESS SHOP A full and complete stock of everything in harness and goods usually carried in an up to date store. Mail orders a Specialty H. H. POLBERG Libby, Mont. LIBBY COM'L Co. Sweater Coats Rough Necks and a Fancys = a at 0 0 Half o a Price = a a o i L _j -= Libby Com. Co In the new Blackford Block on the corner IJII NllU 1 ll Ullll II HHIII illll xflieallD IIlllllIIII Right and Left. The old English words "right" and "l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 March 1913

STHE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 39 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAR. 7, 1913 .Rn cP vA CITY COUNCIL IN REGULAR SESSION WILL MEET WITH THE LAWYERS City Fathers and Legal Talent to Congregate at the City Hall Next Tuesday Night to Devise Ways and Means for Building a City Hall. The Libby city council met in their regular monthly meeting Tuesday night and waded through an enormous amount of business. All the alderman were present ex cept McCarthy. The reports of the different committees and de partment heads were received and acted upon. The city treasurer's report showed that the city had cash on hand in the different funds at the close of business March 3rd to the amount of $6,932. The chief of police reported that he had made no arrests during the month of February and that the city was in a sane and peaceful condition so far as his department knew. The auditing committee reported the monthly budget of bills and they were ordered paid with a few exceptions. The Western News...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 March 1913

INAUGUARATION LAST TUESDAY, MARCH 4 IlOW PRESIDENT WOODROW WIL SON WAS INDUCTED INTO OFFICE. SUCH GRAND SIGHT NEVERAT CAPITAl IMore Visitors at National Capital Than its Population-Everything Passed Off Without Mishap-Tafts Go to Georgia for Brief Rest. 'Washington, D. C., March 4.-This lg how the inauguration of Woodrow VWilson took place today. Pennsylvania avenue was one long, continuous grandstand. Every avail able space was given up to the erec tion of stands decorated in green and white and filled with visitors who paid from $2.50 to $5 a seat. The windows along the avenue were sold at from $50 to $500 each and were 1 K~·: "" ir~i:i:'i:iiiiiii2'i:':':~:' i:si ····:· ~··:. ., :::' ·· ' ::::: I'·'·: ~ ,,· ··· ·-;············-::::·::::::i:::: ·.·. ··: ··. ·· :- rr:jiii:i:.:i:·liiiiiiilirilii:~i8~ :I ·.· ' :'.:~:'.::::~:.' . :'.. .:.'::': 'i·:'l:~;:·l::·:I:·: .·:.~::. · ,·,i::::::iil:::~:::lii::ii8~ : I .::·.·:...]·i··' I·i:·· il-:·'j:'::i:j:l:l·j:,I::-.::-··· :··:-::·::ii:i::::i:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 March 1913

NEWS OF THE WORLD ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST FRESH FROM THE DAILY TELEGRAPH WIRES. FROM FOREICN AND DOMESTIC FIllDS Happenings National, Historical and Political and Personal Events Told in Brief Paragraphs for Busy Readers. By the resignation of Woodrow Wil son, James Fielder Saturday became governor of New Jersey. John Darby, 60 years old, weight 528 pounds, of Calloway county, died at his home near Boydsville, Mo., of dia betes. Congressman William C. Redfield of Brooklyn will be secretary of com merce in the Wilson cabinet. Harry Thaw has secured a writ of habeas corpus from the supreme court by which he will secure another ex amination of his mental condition. The will of David P. Rankin, capi talist, filed at Clayton, Mo., leaves the bulk of his millions in stock and realty holdings to three nieces living in Mon treal. Estate is estimated at $6,000,000. The house passed the Webb bill pro hibiting shipment of liquor from wet to dry states over Taft's veto by a vote of 244 to 95....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 March 1913

..The Libby Herald.. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1911, at the postofflce at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY J. W. BARRETT, PunLIS1I.R OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS U. S. Senators-Thos. J. Walsh and II. L. Meyers. Governor --Samuel V. Stewart. Lieut.Govertnor--W. W. McDlowell. Congressmen--Torn Stout and John M. Evans Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Sydney C. San.ner, Secretary of State-A. M. Alderson. Attorney General-Darn M. Kelly. State Treasurer-Wtu. C. Rae. State Auditor--William K.eating. State Superintendent of Public Instruc tion-H. A. IDavee. Railroad Commissiouers J. H. Iall. E. A. Morley. COUNTY OI.1CERS State Senator-James E. Leary. Representative--C. IH. Conner. District Judge-J. 1. Erickson. County Colmmissionems Paul D. Pratt, Chairinatt. Frank P'. Garey. J. P. Bartlett. Sheriff-Frank R. Haney. County Clerk and Recorder-Samnuel Carpenter. Colnty Treasurer--John C. Friend. County Assessor-John I). \Veir. C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 March 1913

HUMOROUS QUIPS Make Good. The world is often humbugged by the guy who has the guile; The world in often bunkoed, but 'til only for awhile. With all who try to do things she is pa tient, as she should; But, Lordy, how she slams them when they don't make good! The braggart and the boaster they appar ently get on. Today, the world is with them, but to morrow they are gone. The justice of her processes they have not understood. She has no use for any man who won't make good. The world is often put upon, the world is oft deceived, And many a flimsy fable for awhile she has believed, But finally her common sease deception has withstood. No man can fool her always when he can't make good. Bo, laddie, take a lesson now from one who knows the game. 'Twill save you, maybe, money, and 'twill save you surely shame. The world will treat you squarely if you treat her as you should, But don't forget she'll nail you it you don't make good. -Judge. Mutual Defloleney. Joe Gepfert. the secondhand book...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 March 1913

SER MIAL" 8 TORY The fLYING MERCURY sr Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle" mol.tatioae rBy RAY WAL TERS t0warris8 NO818, r obbe. slQ g 8YNOP818. The story opens on Long Island, near New York city where Miss Emily Ftrench, a relative of Ethan Ffrench, manufacturer of the celebrated "Mer sury" automobile, loses her way. The Shas stopped and her cousin, Dick noh, is too muddled with drink to aoot it aright. They meet another car which is run by a professional racer named Lestrange. The latter fixes up e Ffrench car and directs Miss Firench how to proceed homeward. Ethan nch has disinherited his son, who eas disappeared. He informs Emily m ainly that he would like to have her arry Dick, who is a good-natured but esponsible fellow. It appears that a rtner of Ethan Ffrench wanting an ex rt to race with the "Mercury" at auto nta, has engaged Lestrange, and at e Ffrench factory Emily encounters the norn man. They refer pleasantly to thdrmeeting when Dick comes along and rp...

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. — 7 March 1913

IDAHO NEWS NOTES Elizabeth Hale, an aged resident o Garfield, Wash., died at Cottonwood Thursday evening. The funeral of Richard Murphy, bet iter known as "Spud" Murphy, a well known character of St. Maries, wai held Sunday. Mrs. Marick Edmondson, aged 86, o Moscow, is dead. She was one of the .pioneers of Latah county and residen for 36 years. It has been announced that the elec trification of the Milwaukee road fron Haflowtown, Mont., to Avery, Idaho w-ill begin soon. Prohibition is lost in Idaho for f while at least as the constitutiona amendment failed to secure two-third: vote in the house. The new St. Maries drawbridge, th< highest in the world, being a few inches higher than the one at Chat ,colet, has been accepted by the state ,and county. The First Bank of Culdesac has 'taken over the interests of the Farm -ers' State bank, which was organized a short time ago to take over the busi .ness of the Bank of Culdesac, which !failed. The senate paid tribute Saturday morning to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 March 1913

LIBBY HARNESS SHOP A full and complete stock of everything in harness and goods usually carried in an up to date store. Mail orders a Specialty H. H. POLBERG Libby, Mont. LIBBY COM'L Co Sweater a Coats Rough Necks and Fancys at Half n tr I Pricei B I o. SLibby Corn. Co SIn the new Blackford Block - _- on the corner .llllllllllllln llllllllllllC lll lll lllll KING'S DAUGHTERS SOCIAL The King's Daughters basket social and entertainment given in the basement of the Presbyterian church last Friday night was a success as an intertainment and and financially. A good although rather short program had been pre pared and the girls did themselves proud. The numbers were all good and it would not be fair to give any one of the performers more praise than another. After the entertainment part of the pro gram Robert Yates took the floor and acted as auctioneer. The girls had made a quilt to be sold which went for the remarkably low sum of $2.25. It must of been a poor time of year for bed warmer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 14 March 1913

I'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 40 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAR. 14, 1913 $2.00 PER YEAR DEBT DECREASES City Floating Debt is Now $2,000 Smaller Than it Was Two Years ago At the regular monthly meeting of the city council last week, the Mayor designated Tuesday even ing, March II, as the night for the legal faternity of the town to meet with the city council and to try and devise some system for acquiring a city hall for the city of Libby. Only two lawyers turned out for the meeting, James Black ford and B. F. Maiden. All mem bers of the council were present ex cept McCarthy who was out of town. Not having a quorum of lawyers present at 8 o'clock the council took up the preparing of the budget for 1913. The total expenses for the past year amount ed to $7,197. It is estimated that the expenses for 19r3 will be practically the same as for last year. To get this money a levy of 20 mills will be made. 20 mill levy on assessed valuation of $255 140 will bring in $5182. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 14 March 1913

EWS OF THE WORLD I'TEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST FRESH FROM THE DAILY TELEGRAPH WIRES. IROM FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FIELDS Happenings National, Historical and Political and Personal Events Told in Brief Paragraphs for Busy Readers. Admiral Joseph Giles Eaton, U. S. N., retired, is dead. Filipinos hope for independence I ffromn the democratic administration. The vatican announces that the in- I disposition from which Pope Pius is suffering is insignificant. J. MX. Baker of South Carolina, as sistant librarian of the senate, was elected by the democrats for secretary. President Wilson says there was no fmmediate prospect of letting down the civil service bars to the thousands of democratic officeseekers. Levi P. Morton of New York, former vice president, is afflicted with harden ing of the arteries and has been gravely ill for several days. FunerAl services for Mrs. Levi Z. tl Leiter, for a quarter of a century one a of the national capital's social leaders L and one of its most brilliant hos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 14 March 1913

HELPTHEHOMETOWN BIG CITY DOES NOT POSSESS ALL THE BEAUTIES OF THIS LIFE. EVERY TOWN HAS SOME ADVANTAGES Each Voter Has a Duty He Owes to Community in Which He Lives "Throw Away the Hammer" Is a Good Motto. People seldom realize how much their home town means to them. Traced to their source many of life's blessings will be found to have their root in that aggregation of persons and interests known as a town. The town is the basis of modern civiliza tion and there is scarcely a desirable phase of civilization that does not find expression in the life of the town that is large enough to have a school, church, some stores, library, bank, mill or factory, brass band, newspaper and a railroad station. These insti tutions express all that is highest and best in human achievement. Instead of casting wondering and envious eyes PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON. upon a distant New York, let us glow with pride for our own town, realizing that the difference is only one of de gree and that the home town...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 14 March 1913

..The Libby Herald.. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1911, at the postoflce 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-Tom 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. Baney. County Clerk and Recorder-Samuel Carpenter. County Treasurer-John C. Friend. County Assessor-John D. Weir. County Attorney-James M...

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