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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 22 August 1913

rME BRINGS CHANBE$ GRANDMQOTHR MOURINIS GRAND DAUGHaTR 18 JOYFUL.. Illustration, Not Much Exaggpgte, of the Modern Trend-'Don't Know Whore We're Going, but the Going Is Good." "When John asked pertmission t' pay his addresses to me, father heyes tigated hip character very orestllti before consenting," said grand.agther "The iret time Reginald calal d looked up his father in Bradstreet'i before risking any further damage ,t the drawing room furniture," laugher Geraldine. "And when John asked me to Mnar ry him, I told him I would think ii over. A girl didn't throw herself at E man in my day." "She doesn't now, either. Wher Reginald asked me, I said I would an swer him as soon as my father saw his father and ascertained if he would make the right kind of a settlemeni on us." "For months father and mother were the only ones who knew that Joh. and I were engaged. I wouldn't have had anybody know for worlds," said grandmother. "I sent the notice to the newspapers the next morning after Re...

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. — 22 August 1913

NOT TIME FOR VISITS EI.1E WOULDN'T HAVE CALLS IN BUSINESS HOURS. Young Woman's Determination to Give Her Employer a Square Deal Might Estrange Friends But Assured Her Future. unuaieign was a smail place, ane therefore it was natural for everybody to talk about everybody else's busa ness. So when Mr. Lambert failed, and then died of overwork and anx. iety and a broken heart, and his eld. eat daughter, Elsie, was obliged to be. come the wage-earner for the family, all Chudleigh sympathised and con. jectured and compared notes. As for Mildred Rand, who was one of Elsie's most intimate friends, she made the case particularly her own. "It's a shame that Elsie had to take a position as private secretary, espe cially to Mr. Larkin. Nobody's called on Mrs. Larkin, and as for him, well, 'ordinary' doesn't express his 'ordi tiariness.' She ought to have done better." In vain Elsie tried to persuade her how lucky she really was, with so lit tle experience, to have stepped into usefulness that ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 22 August 1913

MEXICO BACKS UP DELICATE MISSION OF JOHN LIND FROM THIS COUNTRY SUC. CES8FUL. PRESIDENT HUUEiA MAY NOW RECEDE End Present insurrection There and Insure Truly Popular Govern ment-TNis Week to See Final Step. Washington.-Substantial progress has been achieved, in the judgment of administration officials here, by John Lind in the discharge of his delicate mission to Mexico. They feel the American embassy adviser at least has made a breach in the wall which, theo retically, has been erected by the Mexican government to obstrubt his negotiations. The presentment he has already made is understood to be only of a preliminary character and will be followed by others setting out more in detail the object which the Amer ican administration had in mind in dispatching him to Mexico City. The delivery of these supplementary communications either orally or in writing will depend entirely upon the reception accorded the American gov ernment's first communication. This is now under careful consider...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 22 August 1913

SUMMER Weather . --FURNISHINGS S.I I POROUS KNIT UNDERWEAR IFANCY SILK HOSE Big Line MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS AND STRAW HATS ITHE JOHN P. WALL STORE LIBBY, MONTANA -, ,in HERE ARE SOME SNAPS IN OUR EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT WE HAVE SOME SECOND HAND STOVES THAT ARE EXCEPTIONAL BAR GAINS AT THESE PRICES: One, 8-17 Sheffield cook stove - - - $10.00 One, 8-20 Casteel cook stove, reservoir - $15.00 One, 8-18 Mascot cook stove, reservoir - $17.00 One, 84-18 Imperial square cook stove - $18.00 COME IN AND SEE THEM FLEEK & FLEEK Blackford Block, Libby, Montana LOTS IN HILLIS ADDITION (Foot of Bowen Hill) FOR 30 DAYS ONLY Reasonable in price. Easy Payments. Buy Now Phone 150 ILibby Commercial Co.I Sweet Orr Hand made Pants Wool Wear K Clothing Norfalks, Knickers, WEETUORR Pants LIBBY COMMERCIAL COMPANY LIBBY, MONTANA ILOCAL NEWS BUDGEET Attorney J. L. tosten was a vis itor at Jennings Sunday. Deputy Sheriff Wave Brown was down from Eureka Monday. Mrs. Paul D. Pratt visited at Kalispell the latter hal...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1913

STHE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 3, NO 12 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUG. 29, 1913 $2.00 PER YEAR IMDhNSTER CROWDS WILL FLOCK DAILY TO MONTANA'S STATE FAiR AT HELENA, SEPT, 22-27, After searching through the weather bureau reports for the last thirty years the dates of Sept. 22 to 27 were selected for the 1913 Montana State Fair at Helena as the most suitable days for the big exposition. Statistics prove that a less amount of rain fell between these dates than any other days in September, so if "Old Sol" Will keep his light beaming down on the Prickly Pear valley the crowds this year will surely outnumber those of last year, when the elements acted contrarily and served almost daily showers. That the affairs of the big exposition might run as precisely as clockwork, and that the vast throng of sight seers may be adequately and comfortably handled, arrangements have been made whereby every one can be ac commoclated, whether in the grandstand, at the exhibits, or on any spot on the...

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. — 29 August 1913

SMERIAL - STORY Chronicles Addington Peace By B. Ftch.er Robliman Co.Asihor with A. Conan Dorlt of (t~opuvris.t. 1i1:, by WV. 0. Chapman) MR CORAN'S ELECTION (Continued.) "My brother refuses the movement his support," she said in a loud, firm vooie. "My reply to him is torturer, inquisitor. What are your views on the subject?" "The same, my dear madam, as your m.n," said the disgraceful 'little hypo alte. "How does the cause progress in Brendon?" "I trust that in a few weeks our local blanch will have been placed on such * basis as to be a model to the whole sostety." "Aunt is rather a crank on anti. 'vivsection," whispered Miss Emily In my ear. "Do be careful, If she tackles aou about it." I laughed, and the subject changed :betwen us. After the ladies left, Coran began a gloomy autobiography. His family, he said, had beem living in the north of ├Żnglend at the time of the London es apade. No account of the afair, which appeared in only one paper, .ad reached them. He had left for '...

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. — 29 August 1913

HOW TO INDUCE SLEEP AVOID ALL. OPIATES AND OTHi~ FORMS OF "DOPE." Light Meal Followed by Moderate Exercise, Well Aired Room and Warm Feet Usually Will Bring Peaceful Slumber. There are sound hygienic method by which sleep may be induced. Is eursions into the realms of pates medicines, opiates, and all sorts a slumber elixirs which are summed u] as "dope," should be avoided. Bu the moral of this lesson has beel pointed over and over, yet little ha been said about natural methods o wooing sleep. Under this head does not come the various mental contriv ances such as "counting sheep" or re citing the multiplication table. Oxygen is as necessary to the bodl oe&ls during the hours of sleep as a any other time. Perhaps in the case of children it is even more necessary For them sleep means the time of anabolism, growth and repair. The old prejudice against open windows still exists, in spite of the campaign of education in the newspapers ane in the schools. Dust in the rooms an imaginar...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1913

COSTLY 3-CENT PIEGE PITtSBURG MERCHANT HAS ONS THAT COST HIM $75. Tells of the Time He Bet With At. Fable Stranger in Kansas City Keepsake From Young Man's Grandmother. "See that three-cent piece?" said Xohn M. Gardner, a retired Pittsburg merchant, who formerly lived near Kansas City. He was at the Union depot the other morning on his way to visit friends in Wichita, says the Kansas City Star. "That coin cost me $75 right here in front of this depot, and I would not take a hundred for it. "Twenty years ago this month I was waiting for a train here. Along came a stranger, with a smile, and held out his hand. He said he knew me, but I convinced him he didn't, and after he apologized, we went to get a drink. When we came out we saw a young man directly in front of us pull out a handkerchief, and as he did so something fell from his pocket. The stranger, who we will' call 'Bud,' called my attentoin to it. He picked up the article, which proved to be a heavy piece of cardboard folded se...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1913

"Back on the Job" again and very quickly, too, if you will only let Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, help the di * esdtion to become normal, keep the liver active and the bowels free from constipation. * These are absolutely neces sary in order to maintain health. Try it today but be sure it's HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS TWENTY-EIGHT HURT IN WRECK Passenger Trains Collide Near New. burg, Missouri. Newburg, Mo.-Twenty-eight per. sons were injured in a rear-end colli .sion between two St. Louis & San Francisco passenger trains here last night. None were injured seriously. The wreck occurred when train No. 6, eastbound, from Fort Worth, collided with train No. 8, eastbound, from Wi chita and Oklahoma. !NDUSTRY AND IMPROVEMENT. The Allen Evaporating Co. of Salem, Ore., has men at work rebuilding the big prune drier recently burned at El berton. The Kellogg, Idaho, council has let the contract for the Kellogg sewer system to Parrott Bros. Co. of Baker City, Ore., for $20,400. The Sandpoi...

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. — 29 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. Plummer GENERAL MERCHANDISE Libby, . Montana 111111111111 t1111IIIO l t ll ll~~nlllllll I 1i I Benedict's Pharmacy u Fancy Stationery, Office Supplies, Druggist's Sundries. Kodaks and Kodak Supplies I Send Us Your Mail Orders CORNER DRUG STORE, I Libby, Montana I IHlIIH~ il m auuIIIIIIE@IIIIIll0llllIlu IIII.lnIIIDInmmH an era,.m lnmses nesses a...... 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 them:...

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. — 29 August 1913

HOME RENDERED LARD 15c per lb. I 3 lb. pail $ .50 1 5 lb. " $ .80 - 10 lb. " $1.60 a 50 lb. " $7.50 One cent per lb. allowed for the return of clean pails, making the price 15c per lb. a Joughin & Cady - Libby, Mont. 2.uIIIIIII llIIII IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 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 Shbp H. H. POLBERG Libby, Mont. ullMlll I.IIIIIhullllU u ml nunllUI I .IIIIIIIinii c A. T. NEUMAN MASON Lime, Brick, Cement and Plaster. LIBBY, MONTANA Phone No. 461 iQmlullulullflumllullumlnIu uau l mlluluunmimn micaulll uiu D. P. BOYLE Confectionery, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars, I Fruit and Fish ing Tackle MEN'S FURNISHINGS L Libby, Montana rIIII IIIIII ll.DIIIIIIIIIIIIC IIIIIIIIIIIIr lllIlilllll F. H. Keller m REFRACTING OPTICIAN " Libby, Montana ]aIIIIUIIIIIIIIuIIIIIIInisIDIIIIIIIInInUaIUItaIIICS DENTIST DR. G. H. JONES Office: First Natl. Bk. Bldg. Rooms 5...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1913

NEWS OF THE WORLD /+EM8 OF GENERAL INTEREST FRESH FROM THE DAILY NEWSPAPER SERVICE. GATHERED FROM BOTH CONTINENTS Happenings National, Historical and Political and Personal Events Herewith Selected ,or Our Many Readers. Emperor William is reported to have joined the ranks of the teetotalers. Charles Hubner, 35 years old, when his fiancee's parents objected to his marriage with their daughter, killed himself at Sterling, Ill. At Johanisthal, Germany, Leon Le tort, a French aviator, landed Satur day after a nonstop flight from Paris, a distance of about 590 miles. Many German enterprises and in dustries may be represented at the Panama-Pacific exposition despite the Berlin government's decision not to participate. Governor William Sulzer of New York asserts he has no fear of the ultimate result of the impeachment proceedings which have been institut ed against him. The French government has sent a delegation to San Francisco to take possession of a site on the grounds of the Panama-Pa...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1913

A DANGEROUS CARGO SAILING SHIP LOADED WITH IN. DIAN WILD ANIMALS. saored Monkey Lived In the Rigging Plere Hyena Broke Loose on Another Vessel and Could Not Be Found. That wild animals shipped across the sea sometimes get loose on the voyage appears from the case of an English dealer who came over from india to England with ten thousand dollars' worth of animals aboard a sailing ship. An Indian badger was loose for two weeks and a specimen of the sacred monkey of Northern India for nearly the whole voyage. Where the badger concealed itself during the day no. body knew, but the meat and boiled rice that were put out for it at night always disappeared before morning. The monkey lived up in the rigging comfortably enough, notwithstanding five feet of chain hanging to its neck. Food was put out for it every night, and by day it satisfied its hunger by catching and eating the potatoes that the sailors amused themselves by throwing to it. A more dangerous experience was one in which a hye...

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. — 29 August 1913

QUEER TRIO OF BIRDS TRUMPITER, SECRETARY AND KAMICHI ALL USEFUL. Feathered Destroyers of Snakes Soorpions and Other Noxious Crea tures That infest South Amer. lea and Southern Afrioa. The trumpeter bird is the ragpickea of the woods and swamps of Guiana where he is always at work at hii trade, with his stomach for a pact and his bill for a book. He performs a most useful but most extraordinarl service, devouring a perfect multitude of snakes, frogs, scorpions, spiders, liz ards and the like creatures. But this terrible bird can be made perfectlj tame. On the Guiana plantations he may be seen fraternizing with the chickens, ducks and turkeys, accompanying them In their walks, defending them from their enemies, separating quarrelers with strokes of his bill, sustaining the p'oung and the feeble and waking the echoes with his trumpet while he brings home his flock at night. The trumpeter is as handsome as he is useful. Noble and haughty in his aspect, he raises himself up on his gong, ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1913

WE NEED GOOD ROADS NEARLY AS ESSENTIAL TO EX ISTENCE OF A TOWN AS RIVERS AND STREAMS. FARMERS DRIVRl MEATEST BENEFiTS Cost of Haulage In Some Instances Reduced Over 60 Per Cent By Active Work By County and State Offioials. Roads are as essential to the exist ence of a town as creeks and tribu taries are to a river, and the better and more numerous the ioads, the greater the advantages and benefits received. Nothing will yield such handsome returns to a community as money properly expended for the im provement of its highways. The farmers as a class derive the greatest benefit and profit from im. proved highways. The cost of haul ing their produce to market is one of their heavy items of expense. In some instances where the haul is a long one and the roads bad the coast of first-hand transportation to market or a shipping point is greater than the cost of production. Roads can, in most sections of the west, be so im proved as to reduce the cost of haul age 70 or 75 per cent. Investig...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1913

SUMMER Weather : FURNISHINGS= : I POROUS KNIT UNDERWEAR I FANCY SILK HOSE IBig Line I MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS AND STRAW HATS THE JOHN P. WALL STORE LIBBY, MONTANA 1-me mm -- -~ -- - --------; -INF HERE ARE SOME SNAPS IN OUR EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT; WE HAVE SOME SECOND HAND STOVES THAT ARE EXCEPTIONAL BAR GAINS AT THESE PRICES: One, 8-17 Sheffield cook stove - - - $10.00 One, 8-20 Casteel cook move, reservoir - $15.00 One, 8-18 Mascot cook stove, reservoir - $17.00 One, 84-18 Imperial square cook stove - $18.00 COME IN AND SEE THEM FLEEK & FLEEK Blackford Block, Libby, Montana Notice Of Dissolution This is to notify all concerned that the partnership heretofore ex isting between W. H. Betts and D. L. Betts, known as W. H. Belts & Son, is now dissolved, and the business will hereafter be conduct ed by W. H. Betts. All bills should be paid to the said W, H. Betts and all bills against the firm will be paid by him. W. H. Betts. D. L. Betts. Lioby's new steam laundry was opened for busines...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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