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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 1 August 1913

FEAR THE MANCRINEEL Pois bouS TRES I., DREAD.C ;BY AFRICAN NATIVES. Its Sap Deadly to Humanity, and Pe pie of the Country Take Preeau. tione When They Seek Shel ter Beneath It. Everywhere the manehineel bears the reputation of being a most dan. gerous tree, in the shade whereof it is never safe to rest. This evil repu. tation has Its origin in the poisonous qualities of the sap and fruit of a tree of this kind found in Africa-the arboreseent euphorbia. This tree has a magnificent but most peculiar ap pearance, and the thickness of its fo liage, which wholly excludes the sun, seems to invite the traveler to rest beneath its branches. The negroes have a way of taking advantage of the delightfully cool shade, and at the same time avoiding the danger from the poisonous droppings of. the tr.'. They erect a thatched roof below the lowest branches, and then repose in peace and security. Tremaux, the French explorer, has perhaps given the best account of these aborescent euphorb$ ,s. `4Whil...

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. — 1 August 1913

CAMPING OUTFITS' Tents, Wagon Sheets, Pack Sacks, Hardware and Groceries. Everything Com plete for your camp ing trip. Come and give us your order F. M. Plummerf GENERAL MERCHANDISE Libby, - - . Montana : mI nusmmunuhnIna Inainu ul]eI I I i l Ianninianumul Benedict's Pharmacy 'Fancy Stationery, Office Supplies, : Druggist's Sundries. Kodaks and Kodak Supplies I Send Us Your Mail Orders * CORNER DRUG STORE, Libby, Montana " Shun THE LINCOLN LIVERY Take your best girl for a buggy ride behind one of the best driving teams in this region and in a dandy new and comfortable buggy. She will enjoy it, So will you. The Lincoln Livery Stable has the finest, safest and most comfortable and stylish rigs in this county. |1 .. Starck Pianos No Money a n t o o d - - oy no t -Fa toryDie Einsatrr Ptio.. - Terms -A mavins of 100 to $200 - P. A. 1TAROK From Flao. PrnEtaONT tory Direct 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL O"YUOOWNO We will ship you a beautiful Sta11k Piano for 30 days' free trial, in your home. No cash...

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. — 1 August 1913

IUumUII IauIIInoIuiIIIHiauIgium 1011D RENDERED LARD 15c per lb. 31b. pail $ .50 5 1b. " $ .80 10 lb.:" $1.60 50 lb. " $7.50 One cent per lb. allowed for the return of clean palls, making the price 15c per lb. Joughin & Cady Libby, Mont. llIlllll IIa IIIIIIIIIIC(IIIIIIIDIII lIIIQlli0 LUBBY HARNESS SHOP I don't handle goods of un known quality. I know and stand back of what I sell. FOR HEAVY HARNESS, and strap work call at Libby Harness Shop H. H. POLBERG Libby, Mont. A. T. NEUMAN MASON Lime, Brick, Cement and Plaster. LIBBY, MONTANA Phone No. 461 D. P. BOYLE Confectionery, Stationery, ·. Tobacco and Cigars, Fruit and Fish ing Tackle MEN'S FURNISHINGS Libby, Montana ham m m emeemmmm lllllllllIIIIIIIILlr llllllli lllllllllllrllllll ll F. H. Keller REFRACTING OPTICIAN 5 Libby, Montana IIIIII lIIIIIIIII IIIIIII IIIIII nInll liuII IIIII DENTIST DR. G. H. JONES Office: First Natl. Bk. Bldg. Rooms 5 and 6. LIBBY - - MONTANA CITY DRAY -AND- TRANSFER MEGQUIER & PETERS, Proprs. Prompt ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 1 August 1913

•STORY 'ge Chronicles Addington Peace By B. Fletcher RobInso. Coo-A"tbr with A. Con. Dps4 o T .. .d . th... . . ....i ...... Il H- f " Il. I I (opyrn..t, I 12, by W. G. Ch.pman) THE VANISHED MILLIONAIRE I stood with my back to the fire, smoking and pusszling over it. It was Worth all the headlines the newspa PM had given it; there was no loop. ole to the mystery. Both sides of the Atlantic knew lila. J. Ford. He had established a business reputation in America that had made him a celebrity in England from the day he stepped off the liner. Once in London his syndicates and companies and consolidations had startled the slow-moving British mind. The commercial sky of the United Kingdom was overshadowed by him and his schemes. The papers were full of praise and blame, of puffs and de aunciations. He was a millionaire; he was on the verge of a smash that would paralyse the mar*kets of the world. He was an abstainer, a drunk ard, a gambler, a most religious man. He was a confirmed bachelo...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 1 August 1913

WILL BE DEADLY FOE GERMAN CLAIMS HE CAN MAKh AIRSHIP INVISIBLE. Proposed Terror Is to Be as Large as the Steamer Olympio and Able to Defy the Telescope at the Distance of a Mile. The invisible airship has already been patented by its inventor Baron Roenne. Baron Roenne is well known in England as an airship and naval engineer, so more respect must be paid to his ideas than to those who try inventing without any technical knowledge. Baron Roenne has submitted his idea to the officials at the Greenwich Royal Observatory, and they declare that it is based on scientific princi ples, and most certainly practicable. They way this remarkable airship is made invisible is as follows: Take a white wall and paste a white sheet of paper on it. At a distance of a few feet you may be able to detect where the paper leaves off and the wall begins. At a hundred yards the wall looks all wall. You would never suspect the paper of being there if you did not known already. That is Baron Roenne's idea. T...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 1 August 1913

;if%:: :.. .... . ý.., e. :::;}. ý' ji:4j:;i'ti;$ý."Si+:}':'":::t ':?; ý`." :, JN U UUL DJLCJULU U:~~:~~i~~i~ HEN Georgina and I planned our European trip we agreed to give up some of the sight seeing which other tourists consider essential to proper culture and, instead, stay a month in Paris. Besides, Georgina said she thought we could do it on a dollar a day. Georgina was always optimistic, but some days we almost came within her limit. We had a letter of introduction to the American Girls' club and when we landed in Paris we gave the cabby retions to take us to No. 6 Rue de Ohevreuse, over in the Latin Quar *pr, near the Gare de Montparnasse. There we found a friendly welcome wad a list of inexpensive but clean tooming-houses where American stu dents usually find lodgings. We had bought a map of Paris at sme of the agencies, and with that and the list of addresses we started pet to battle with colloquial French s the heart of Paris. We were over joyed to find that the Parisian w...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 1 August 1913

BLUE AND DISCOURAGED Mrs. Hamilton Tells How She Finally Found Health in Lydia E Pinkham's Veg. etable Compound. Warren. Ind. - "I was bothered ter ublywith female weakness. I had pains and was not regular, my head ached all the time,I had bear ing down pains and my back hurt me the biggest part of the time, I was dizzy and had weak feel ings when I would stoop over, it hurt /I me to walk any dis tance and I felt blue and discouraged. "I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and am now in good health. If it had not been for that medicine I would have been in my grave a long time ago. "-Mrs. ARTIn E. HAMLTON, R.F.D. No. 6. Warren, Ind. Another Case. Esmond, R. I.-"I write to tell you bow much good your medicine has done me and to let other women know that there is help for them. I suffered with bearing down pains, headache, was ir regular and felt blue and depressed all the time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and commenced to gain in a short time and I am ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 1 August 1913

I SUMMER Weather 3 : FURNISHINGS : I POROUS KNIT UNDERWEAR FANCY SILK HOSE I Big Line I MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS AND STRAW HATS I THE JOHN P. WAL STOREI LIBBY, MONTANA LOTS IN HILLIS ADDITION (Foot of Bowen Hill) FOR 30 DAYS ONLY Reasonable in price. Easy Payments. Buy Now Phone 150 ITEMS OF LOCAL INTERES1 FOR SALE-- Five good milcl cows. Must be sold at once. Ap ply C. M. Doty. Four Bitz admittance for each tc the entertainment at the Oddfel. low's hall this evening. True J. Foster and Robert He,. came in from Warland Friday to attend the Masonic lodge. All Eats Free except candy at the Woman's Club party in the I. O. O. F. hall this evening. Postmaster Don Schank this week moved the postoffice to the front end of the building. This will afford more room and make things better for everybody. Heretofore a stranger had to be a detective to find where to get his mail. Ralph Wickham was up iront Troy Saturday. E. E. Sweeney was in town from Warland Friday. FOUND-Gents inital cuff but ton. Inq...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 8 August 1913

TI'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 3. NO 9 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUG. 8, 1913 $2.00 PER YEAR CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS The past week has been a bad one for accidents in and around Libby. Although many of them were not serious they were all painful, and the doctors have been particularly busy. On Saturday Tim Norton had his 'hand badly lacerated with a saw, while working at the cedar camp on Parmenter creek. Sunday, Blacksmith McPherson had a finger badly torn with a horse shoe nail while shoeing hor ses. This wound fixed him so that be is unable to work and he has been spending the time fishing. Monday, Mr. Hollister fell off a scaffold and sustained a severe wrenching and bruising of the back and shoulders. He is still confined to his bed. R. J. Doyle, deliveryman for the John P. Wall store, got mixed up in a runaway Monday evening and is still in bed with a damaged right thigh. He was delivering in the east part of town when the team became frightened in an alley and turned arou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 8 August 1913

NEWS OF THE WORLD ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST FRESH FROM THE DAILY NEWSPAPER SERVICE. GATHERED FROM BOTH CONTINDITS Happenings National, Historical and Politioal and Personal Events Herewith Selected for Our Many Readers. President Wilson sent anniversar birthday mestages to Norwegian an Greek monarchs Saturday. The funeral of Anthony N. Brada financier, who died in London July 2i was held at Albany, N. Y., August 2. The upper Delaware valley strugglei all Saturday to untangle itself from the mass of debris and wreckag, caused by the cloudburst. Having stormed the senate, the suf fragists from all parts of the country now at the national capital, have de cided to lay siege to Washington, D. C Immediately on receipt of advices o the arrest of department of justice of flcials in New Orleans charged witl blackmail, Uncle Sam began investiga tion. Hermosillo, Senora.-Jose Maytoren has resumed office as civil governor o: the constitutionalist state. Ygnaci( Pesquiera, as military governor,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 8 August 1913

II ýIII SN WW t 'F' *; .~i: : 4 % *1: i iG $~ P414s::··' .................. .::~ j FIE recent celebration of the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Santa Bar. bara mission, when thousands of peop:e from every city In the state participated in the services, is evidence that California has awak ened to the necessity of preserving thcse !apidly decaying memorials of her early history. Italy has its ruins, its coliseum and its Forum; Germany its ancient castles that hide among the creags of the Rhine; France, its beautiiui chateaux of Touraine and Normandy; and Spain, its slumbering Altanmbra, whose fountains have long since ceased to flow. With equal pride California points to the ruins of its Spanish Missions. True, they cannot boast of great antiquity, neither do they tell of nations fought and con quered; their tale is of the heroic deeds of noble men, who yielded fame and fortune and sometimes life itself for the glorification of God in the then heathen land. There lies about...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 8 August 1913

4P yr M SINI 7/M~~irdatar faBJF.TRtt ---as HE recent coronation of King George and Queen Mary at Del hi marked the first time in the annals of the British crown that the English emperor of In dia went there to be crowned in the iaeart of his vast Asiatic dominions, and there to receive the acclamations and homage of over 800,000,000 of his subjects. I The first recognition of the Indian empire in England was in 1877 when aisraeli, then prime minister of Eng hind, persuaded Queen Victoria, as a matter of policy and to conciliate the Batives, to allow herself to be pro claimed empress at Delhi, the ancient seat of the famous Great Moguls. As a means of reconciling the people to British rule the stately ceremonial was an immense success, and the later proclamation of King Edward by Lord iairson still further solidified the loy alty of that land of splendor, squalor and mystery. A Battlefield of Races. A*A great mass of entirely legendary history of the aboriginal inhabitants labsts in ...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 8 August 1913

ENGLAND GETS BUSY MAY ESTABLISH THEIR GREAT NAVAL BASE IN THE BERMU. DA ISLANDS. TO SAFE-GURD PANAMA BUSINESS Other Countries May Follow Suit Monroe Doctrine Endangered Japan Would Dominate on the Pacific Ocean. Washington.-Keen interest haE been aroused here by a report, reach. ing the state department that Greai Britain is contemplating establishing a great naval base in the Bermuda islands. It is stated authoritatively that the British government has made inquiry concerning the plans of the United States for the protection of the Panama canal routes and it has been suggested that this indicates an inten tion to safeguard British shipping through the isthmus, as is done in the Mediterranean. Officials realize that the problem raised is a tremendous one, involving as it may the life of the Monroe doc trine and marking perhaps a complete revolution in foreign naval policy in the western hemisphere. It is expect ed that if Great Britain changes her naval policy in American-Atlantic w...

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. — 8 August 1913

1CAMPING OUTFITS Tents, Wagon Sheets, Pack Sacks, Hardware and Groceries. Everything Com plete for your camp ing trip. Come and give us. your order F. M. Plummer GENERAL MERCHANDISE Libby, - - - Montana Ill II IIIIllIIIIIIIIIII IIlD IIIIIIIIIN llllllllllO ,Illullllllll tlllllll Benedict's Pharmacy. Fancy Stationery, Office Supplies, = Druggist's Sundries. - Kodaks and Kodak.Supplies = Send Us Your Mail Orders = CORNER DRUG STORE, a Libby, Montana ... . .II I II II I I IIII III II IIIIIID III u gign iggi H. M. GOMPF Undertaker and Funeral Director. Carries a full line of Caskets, Robes and everything pertain ing to the business. Phone 149. Libby, Montana IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN. The Continental Oil Company, a corporation, ALIAS Plaintiff. vs. SUMMONS Rustler Mining & Milling Company, a corporation, Defendant. THE STATE OF MONTANA sends greetings to the above named Defendants and to each of t...

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. — 8 August 1913

HOME RENDERED LARD 15c per lb. g 3 lb. pail $ .50 5 ib. " $ .80 S 10 lb. " $1.60 * 50 lb. " $7.50 * One cent per lb. allowed * for the return of clean B - pails,, making the price S15c per lb. I E SJoughin & Cady Libby, Mont. ilIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII ltII LIBBY HARNESS SHOP I don't handle goods of un known quality. I know and stand back of what I sell. FOR HEAVY HARNESS and strap work call at Libby Harness Shop H. H. POLBERG Libby, Mont. A. T. NEUMAN MASON Lime, Brick, Cement and Plaster. LIBBY, MONTANA Phone No. 461 o fNRw u m inr Mamna gilll wg tw numwolalullmullonrH nfHllt SD. P. BOYLE Confectionery, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars, Fruit and Fish ing Tackle MEN'S FURNISHINGS a Libby, Montana 1 IIllllllllllI lIIIIIIIIIIIllllIDIIIIIIllll llllllllll l F. H. Keller . REFRACTING OPTICIAN Libby, Montana 2IIIIIIInlI IIGI IIIIIII IIIII IIlll itl DENTIST DR. G. H. JONES Office : First Natl. Bk. Bldg. Rooms 5 and 6. LIBBY - MONTANA CITY DRAY -AND- TRANSFER MEGQUIER & PET...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 8 August 1913

SERIAL L ISTORY Chronicles Addington Peace B B. Pletcher Robinson _OoAP tlor wit A. Conmn Dole dI ...hs. amaý t h.krw i..ll I THE VANISHED MILLIONAIRE (Continued.) I woke with a start that left me sit ting up in bed, with my heart thump ing in my ribs like a piston-rod. I am Dot generally a light sleeper, but that night, even while I snored, my nerves were active. Some one had tapped at my door-that was my impression. I listened with the uncertain fear that comes to the newly waked. Then I heard it again-on the wall near my head this time. A board creaked. Some one was groping his way down the dark corridor without. Presently be stopped, and a faint line of illu mination sprang out under my door. It winked, and then grew still. He bed lt a candle. Assurance came with the streak of Cght. What was he doing, groping in oe dark, if he had a candle with him? t crept over to the door, opened it, and tared cautiously out. About a score feet away a man was qtanding-a striking figure against...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 8 August 1913

Q crai 1L e~~i~ tA `"; iý i ^°i~;,'. . 4 :: den advance on the last Muse sulman possession in North Af rica, European Christendom has been wondering with no little apprehension, and some conscious guilt, whether the act may not evoke a great sympathetic outburst on the part of the Islamic peoples, number ing some two hundred millions, and including legions of the fiercest fight ing men in the world. Such a notion, however, is the merest nightmare. For nothing is less possible than a union of the Moslem for an attack upon the rest of the world or any part of it. The Islamic danger, of which I am not denying the existence in certain forms, is practically con lned to Africa, and between modern Islamic sentiment in Asia and Africa there is a great gulf fixed. In Asia the inspiration of twentieth century Islam is a desire for cultural progress. Among the Mohammedans Of Asia, whether in Turkey, Persia, Ahghanistan or India and even in Arabia, a general consensus of the best and most enlig...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 8 August 1913

New LWY@0c CTY S @cR&AT A cUtDUCT ý~ s. xA 3 u i NE of the greatest of modern engineering enterprises is the construction of the new ue duct system, which is to carry water to New York from the Catskills, and the most colossal unit in the whole is the Ashokan reservoir, the principal storage place for the mountain waters. Ranking with the lanteroceanic canals at Suez and Pan ama, the Assuan irrigation works in Egypt and the projects which are con verting western America's arid wastes into fruitful fields, the Catskill aque duct, with its tributary reservoirs, probably surpasses any one of them in the variety of problems to be solved. Although undertaken by a municipal ity, these works in magnitude and eost compare with national enter prises. Because of its impressive ruins, the water supply of ancient Rome is doubtless the most famous in the world. The imperial city had nine aqueducts, with a total of 263 miles; but if the water that all those aque ducts could carry (estimated a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 8 August 1913

LIFS'S S RG1LE WITH ILLNESS Mrs. Stewart Tells How She Suffered from 16to45 years old-How Finally Cured. Euphemia, Ohio.-" Because of total ignorance of how to care for myself when verging into womanhood; and from taking cold when going to school, I suf lered from a displacement, and each month I had severe pains and nausea which always meant a lay-off from work for two to four days from the time I was 16 years old. "I went to Kansas to live with my sis ter and while there a doctor told me of the Pinkham remedies but I did not use them then as my faith in patent medi cines was limited. After my sister died I came home to Ohio to live and that has been my home for the last 18 years. "The Change of Life came when I was 47 years old and about this time I saw my physical condition plainly described in one of your advertisements. Then I began using Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound and I cannot tell you or any one the relief it gave me in the first three months. It put me right wher...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 8 August 1913

SUMMER Weather " FURNISHINGS . I POROUS KNIT UNDERWEAR I FANCY SILK HOSE Big Line I MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS ANDSTRAWHATS THE JOHN P. WALL STORE LIBBY, MONTANA LOTS IN HILLIS ADDITION (Foot of Bowen Hill) FOR 30 DAYS ONLY Reasonable in price. Easy Payments. Buy Now Phone 150 IlEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST Miss Emma Kienitz departed for Spokane Tuesday. F. P. Garey was down from Eureka the first of the week. R. E. Brown was a business vis itor in town from Troy Friday. G. W. Millett went to Kalispell Tuesday on a short business trip. J. P. Bartlett was up from Troy Monday attending the meeting of the board of county commissioners. The county officers are busy moving into the new court house ;this week. Timothy Miller got moved and open for business Wed nesday, issuing a marriage license to Al. Stewart and Clara Collinson that evening. Mrs. John Reedy left for Couer d'Alene, Ida., Tuesday where she will spend some time visiting with her children. Mrs. A. C. Herbst entertained the King's Daughters a...

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