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Against It? It is just such cases where we excel. Our stock is complete. Be fore selecting any wed ding presents see our siverware, cut glass, hand painted china, clocks, etc. Experf Repairing a Specity. KELLER BROS. a Jewelers If you want the best on the Great Northern line, go to the Hotel Richards 6. W. RICHARDS Owner and Proprietor Steam Heat, Iet and Cold Water Baths. Cuisine the best to be found The only fire-proof and modern hotel in Libby THOS. D. LONG Lawyer 8ald. Block.. - Kalispell, Moat. TIMOTHY MILLER U. S. Land Commissioner. Notary Public. LIBBV - MONTANA hDRSd al SAnTeR .LIBBY MONTANA ..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Application made at the postofflce at Libby, Montana, for entry as second-class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, Igr9. Dance Friday night. New pictures both Saturday and Sunday nights. Mrs. W. L. Perry of Kalispell is visiting Libby friends. Mrs. Teddy Logan -and son of Spokane are visiting ih the city. John H. Geiger went to Spo kane Monday on a business trip. Jack Fox has gone over to Syl vanite to build a cabin on his claim. Dr. Ralph Sailey went to Troy Monday to attend the Burr-Whit ing wedding. Several large outing parties have made visits to the Kootenai falls during the past week. Frank Stonechest came up from Troy a few days ago to assist in building his brother's bungalow. M. F. Ryan, a prominent attor ney of Newport, Wash., was in Ltbby last Saturday on legal busi ness. The second story of the Koo tenai club building is being fitted up for millinery and dressmaking business. The voters are registering slowly at the courthouse under the new law, But 71 had registered up to yesterday morning. State Humane Officer J. M. Ken nedy returned Sunday from a trip to Helena and other Montana points on official business. Jas. W. Stott and wife arrived yesterday from Troy. Mr. Scott is actively assuming his duties as county attorney of Lincoln county. Greeley Pomeroy, the Eureka awyer, was a business visitor in Libby Monday on legal business qne te with the M! teer estate. BEIEVS PARTY'S PROSPEC1I BRUIT. Senator H. L. Myers writes the Herald that after a few weeks in Montana in September, he will re turn to Washington to look safter department matters for constitu ents and attend to other public business, and will remain in Wash ington until the convening of con gress in Washington. The senator is pleased to say the democratic prospects are considered good in the capitol city: The democrats in congress feel that they have made a good record and one that will commend them to the country. Democrats are very hopeful of success in the next pres idental election and the prospects are most encourging. SHERIFF'S SALE Angus McWilliam and Richard D. Pel oquin, Plaintiffs, vs. William Casey and Adeline Casey, Defendants. To be sold at sheriff's sale on the fourth day of September, Igrr, at ten o'clock a. m., at the front door of the courthouse in Libby, Lincoln county, Montana, lol seventeen in block two, in East Mureks townsite, to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand. F. R. Baney, Sheriff. By C. C. Bradley, Under Sheriff. I Meats Wholesale and Retail Fish, Game and Oysters in Season t1.ta --I -, NýNý 7ýNN W. W. Wilder and son and daughter of Warland were in Libby Tuesday. Miss Mildred Stonechest is spend ing a week with her aunt; Mrs. Frank Bening, at Troy. Fred Keller, of Keller Bros., jewelers, was at Troy the first of the week, on a business trip. J. H. Geiger came in Saturday from his ranch on Fisher. He has just finished haying, putting up 125 tons of the prime article. Phillip Jacoby, the Kalispell jeweler, was visiting with Ed. Brown, manager of the Libby Jewelry company, last Sunday, J. R. Strick, the yard foreman of the Warland Lumber company, accompanied by his wife and child, was a week-end visitor in Libby. Miss Anita Harris went to Se attle last Friday, and will remain there during the coming school year, a pupil of the state univer sity. Dr. Baxter, of Flinn & Baxter, was at Kalispell the first of week, buying some office furniture for their new offices in the Duncan block. Miss Blanche Brinton, principal of the Libby schools, returned this week from her vacation visit to Iowa, and was accompanied back by her mother. Mrs. H. F. Steinke of Kalispell, sister of R. T. Fleek, is visiting at the Fleek home, remaining here while Mr. Steinke went to Spo Ikane on a business trip. A. R. Gibson returned yesterday from Boone, Ia., his old home, where he has been visiting for the past two weeks. It was his first visit in about 25 years. Marsh Roberts and Lou Hale have gone to Granite lake to build a cabin for the forestry people, which will be used as a rendez vous for the guards in their field work. W. F. Doonan, the Troy hotel man, passed through last Thurs. day atternoon for Michigai, where he was called by a telegram con veying the sad news that his mother was not expected to !ive, For 90 Days Only Will Buy a Year's Subscription to THE HERALD Cash in Advance Geo. A. Joslin and wife of Sas katchewan, Can., have been in town this week. Mr. Joslin is look ing up a business location here, probably in the meat line. Born, yesterday morning, Aug 30, 191r, to the wife of Ferd Peter son, a daughter. J. I. Fox reports the item and says that he is now a full-fledged granddaddy and still frisky. Manager E. H. Wilson of the Pacific Coast Smelting & Refining company, returned yesterday morn ing from a trip to the company's properties in the southern mining sections of the coast. Henry Schriber went to Troy Friday to look over the two new bridges which the county will build, on the Big Eight road. He returned to Troy Tuesday to start work on the structures. Senator Whiteside of Kalispell was in Libby last Sunday, confer ring with other members of the Howard Placer company, which it is expected will be soon working on an extensive scale. Mrs. Dr. Fleek and daughter, who have been guests bf the Fleets, went to, Kalispell Monday for a visit of a few days with rela tives, when they will return to their home at Brodhead. Wis. Geo. Moore, one of the old timers of Troy was in Libby Tues" day on business connected with the forestry department. He reports the Troy section prosperous and the mining interests looking up. Miss Mary Rice, sister of City Attorney Rice, who has been visit ing here for the past several weeks, has returned to Denver to assume her school duties, being a teacher in the public schools of that city. It is reported from Troy that the company operating at Sylvan ite hac given an order for 1,500,000 feet of lumber, from which it is in ferred that work is about to begin in earnest upon the mine, mill and power proposition in the Yahk. The wife and son of W. E. Reed have arrived from Spokane to take up their residence here. Mr. Reed is the tinner who has become con t.ected with Fleek & Fleek, the the hardware merchants, and is a first class workman in every branch of the trade. On this morning's mail we re ceived an extended account of the Burr-Whiting wedding at Troy too late for this issue, but will appear next week. A. C. Ross went to Troy Friday to meet Geo. Hartwell and W. D. Savage, associates with him in some copper property on Lightning creek. They intend to start in on some development woik. The claims are located about 20 miles south of Troy. The county commissioners will meet in adjourned session next Tuesday and it is anticipated the meeting will be as interesting as many of those in the past, as sev eral "live" topics are up for dis cussion. As it is the regular quar terly meeting the usual grist of bills will also be audited. J. J. Hibbard was down from his West Fisher property the latter part of last week and brought some rich samples from the Anna claim, which he is working. The pieces were heavy with black sul phides, freely studded with gold. This claim has shown aiteady im provement from the, start and is expected to be in the producing class during the coming year, as machinery is to be placed upon it. If is probable that the Presby terian church will not be built on the vacant lots, corner 4th and California, as they are entertaining an offer for the transfer of the property. This site, which was acquired in the early days and was then out of town property, has with the growth of the town be come one of the choice business corners and much better adapted for mercantile uses. It is expected that the new church will be built in the residence part of town as soon as the deal is closed. Sixteen Years Ago tlis Week (Items culled from old Troy Times.) The U. S. grand jury at Helena has found a true bill against Geo. Bassett, who was in the, saloon business at Troy in the "early" days. Basset is put on trial for taking a registered letter addressed to Gregoire Bassette from the post office at Whitehall. The letter contained $4i, and Bassett took BURIAL OF BERTHA G. THROOP FRIDAY. The funeral of Bertha G. Throop last Friday afternoon was con ducted by the Oddfellow and Re bekkah 'societies, as was her wish, the services at the house being under the direction of the Odd fellows and at the grave by the Rebekkahs. The ceremonies were simple and impressive, consisting of reading of the burial rites by the officers. The burial was made in the Lib by cemetery, the pallbearers being Peter Bergstrom, Chester Simpson, Samuel Carpenter, Scott Anderson, Wm. H. Kemp and Elmer Switzer. In the Distridt Court of the Eleventh Ju dicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Lincoln. In the Matter of the Estate of John Scanlon, Deceased.-Order to ShowCause Against Sale of Real Estate. rt appearing to the court, by petition this day presynted and filed by J. W. Hooper, admininistrator of the estate of John Scanlon, deceased, that it is neces sary to sell' the whole of the mining in terests held by said estate and all, or some portion of the other real estate of said decedent, in order to pay all debts and expenses and charges of admiuinis tration, It is ordered that all nersons interested in said estate appear before this court on Saturday, the 9th day of September, 1911, at the hour of io o'clock a. im. of that day, in the court room of said court, in the court house in the town of Libby, Lincoln county, Montana, to show cause, if any they have, why an order should not be granted to said administrator to sell all of the mining interests belonging to said estate and as much of the other real estate as shall be necessary. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published for four (4) suc cessive weeks next preceding said day in the Libby Herald, a newspaper printed and published in said county. Done in chambers this 31st day of July, 1911. J. E. ERICKSON, District Tudge. CITY ATTORNEY MONTGOMERY G. RICE ATTORNEY.ATILAW, Office in City Hall, Mineral Ave, Libby .. Montana advantage of the similarity of names and did not make restitu tion when he discovered his mis take. His bonds were placed at $I,ooo and the trial set for Oct. 7. The Farmers Loan & Trust Co. filed a foreclosure suit against the Northern Pacific railway. Several galena strikes were re ported from the Yahk district and miners were predicting that the camp would run into galena with depth. O. Perrault, better known as "Joe, the barber," who'joined the spring rush to Trail creek, B. C., struck a couple of good claims, a half in one of which he sold $1200. The Troy Townsite company was advertising a free ferry at Troy to the Yahk. A railroad detective visited Troy, presumably on the Getchell case, "seeing what he could see" and "hearing what he could hear." The Yahk Placer company were disposing of their lumber, horses, etc., and suspended operations for the year. Jap King took a bond for $6,250 on Winm. Johnson's half interest in the Keystone, a Yahk prospect. He had Spokane people back of him. A Great Northern passenger train in the Cascade ran into a mountain slide, causing the death of Engineer Neal McKinley. District court convened at Kalis pell Monday. The criminal cases will be tried first. The prisoners were arraigned and pleaded not guilty as follows: Peter Larson, murder; Frank Whitney, horse stealing; Robert Ellis, burglary; Michel, the Indian highwayman,. and Ben Getchell, larceny. The trial jurors .are to be called on Tuesday. next. One of the Lemley brothers" lost a valuable pack horse opposite Leonia. The animal was packed with powder and other things and was climbing up the Leonia trail leading to the Yahk gold camp when it lost its footing and rolled down the steep bluff and disap peared into the Kootenai river. The horse was probably dead be A full line of WATCHES CLOCKS and JEWELRY All Fresh aCd New FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.... LIBBY JEWELRY COMPANY E. M. BROWN, Mgr. Libby, Montana - - In Postoflice Bldg. Hotel Libby D. W. GOOD, Propr. First-class in every respect. LIBBY - - MONTANA B. F. MAIDEN Lawyer Practice in State and U. S. Courts and Land Offices. LIBBY - - MONTANA DENTIST DR, L, E, MONTGOMERY Office: Libby Hotel, LIBBY - - MONTANA fore it stuck the river, as it was two-thirds way up the mountain when it fell. The pack broke loose from the horse and was part ly recovered, but most of the pow der was scattered about. Drs. Kromer of Helena, the e' sight specialists, will be at Hot Libby on Sept. 6 "ard 7. Eyes eX amined. Glasses fitted. Bril, your broken lens. Owners Wanted.-For four unt brellas left by patrons of First Na tional bank during business hours Owners please call and get them. Entire change of program Sat urday and Sunday nights, at oper house. James M. Blackford, Lawyer, First National Bank Building, Libby, Montana. Green Seasoned 111Wood 1 For sale-16 inch, i8 inch and 2-ft. wood, delivered. Leave or ders with J. P. Wall. B. F. HOWARD & SON. In the District Court of the Eleventh Ju dicial District of the State of Montana in and for the County of Lincoln. Nellie Corey, Plaintiff, vs. Hilton C Corey, Defeudaut.--Alias Sumnons (fc publication). The State of Montana Sends Greetin to the above named Defendant : You are hereby summoned to answ the complaint in this action, which i filed in the office of the clerk of this court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer, and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty days after the service of summons, exclusive of the day of service ; This action is brought and prosecuted by the plaintiff to obtain a decree annul ling her marriage with you. The grounds on which she deeks to, ob tain such decree are that the said plain tiff and you, the defendant, were inter married, you had a former wife living and the marriage with such former wife was then at the time of your alleged mar 'iage with this plaintiff in full force and effect. And, in case of your failure to appear and answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief de manded in the complaint. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 29th day of August, I91g. (SEAL) Philip R. Long, Clerk of Said Court. I. F. Ryan and B. F. Maiden. Attorneys for Plaintiff.