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THE HERALD Cash. in Advance For 90 Days Only SHERIFF'S SALE. -Annie C. King, Plaintiff, Against La Frenz Mangels and Victoria Mangels, Defendants. To be Sold at Sheriff's Sale : On the 28th day of October, A. D., I911, at ten o'clock a. m., at the front door of the court house in the city of Libby, county of Lincoln, state of 1ontana, to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, the following described real estate lying and being in the county of Lincoln and state of Montana : The southwest quarter of section twen ty-eight, township twenty.eight north, range 29 west, M. M., contalhink I6o acres, according to the government sur vey thereof. Together with all and singular the ten ements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise ap pertaining. Dated this 6th day of October, A. D,, 1911. F. R. Baney, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Montana. ,If You Feel Like Brushing Up As to what is latest in jewe.ry, watches or dia monds, remember o u r stock is a perfect educa tjin and we are at your service. Expert Repairing al Speciay, KELLER BROS. Jewelers ..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY` BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 19In, at the postoffice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1911. Elmer Switzer and bride arrived from St. Paul Monday. The Maude Henderson company at opera house Monday night. John H. Town was at Spokane last week on mining business. Miss Belle Fleek went to White fish Tuesday, to visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Stonechest went to Troy Tuesday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. Lyons of Troy were business visitors in Libby last Saturday. Stanley Wood, the Troy mer chant, was a business visitor here last Saturday. B. F, Howard and Wm. Dono van went to Kalispell yesterday to take in the fair. Geo. W. Millett returned yester day from a business trip to Conrad and other Montana points. Louie Klenck's father arrived from the coast a few days ago for a visit with him and his family. "Duffy" Doonan, the Troy bon iface, was circulating among friends I in Libby last Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Viola Hamilton brought in a parsnip from her ranch this week that measured 31 inches in length. Jack Burgoyne came down from the Snowshoe Monday and expects to go east of the range for a few days. C. B. Roberts of Kalispell was a visitor here the first of the week. He is interested in the new milling operati9ps at Fprtinte and was here Meats Wholesale and Retail -I Fish, Game and Oysters in Season W. F. li~ui, Prpr. - THOS. D. LONG Lawyer Bdalo Block. - - alispell, Mont. DENTIST DR. G. A. JONES Office : Libby Hotel. LIBBY -- - MONTANA to get pointers on the Libby Lum ber company's logging railway, the company at Fortine intending to use such a line. Mrs. Dan Welsh and daughter returned Sunday from a visit of several weeks with relatives in Spokane. Mrs. N. A. Jenkins of Spokane returned home Sunday after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. C. P. Garing. Mrs. Rowe, who has been visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Smith, at Billings, Mont., has re turned home. P. S. Pease, representative of the American Type Founders com pany, was a caller among the craft in Libby last Tuesday. Wm. Warwick will start work on a residence next week upon a lot on Montana avenue, near Sixth, purchased a few days ago. J. T. Pardee, in the U. S. gov ernment service, is in the section examing Northern Pacific lands as to their geological features. Miss Allen, in one of her "Char acters," appearing at the opera house Monday night with the Maude Henderson company. Ed Brown, manager of-the Libby Jewelry company, is in Kalispell visiting with friends and incident ally visiting the big Flathead fair. Don't miss the event of the sea son Monday night at the opera house. The Maude Henderson company "45 Minutes from Broad way." Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dennis and Miss Coffman of Troy visited in Libby Saturday and Sunday. While 4 here Mr. Dennis invested in four I lots in the Lukens addition. The damage suit arising over t title to placer ground on Libby 1 creek, which was tried before i Fudge Lrickson on Friday last, was c concluded that evening and taken under advisement by the court. Here to Greet You Our magnificent Fall aod Winter line of the latest Millinery, Needle Art, Ready-to-Wear garments, also handsome sample book of Styles and Fabrics for Made-to-Measure garments, now ready and worth your time to call and examine. In our own building Monday, the 9th inst., corner Montana and Sixth. Lenia Mercantile Co. MRS. J. F. COATS, Manager. S li it IIlII I i l' Gray & Gleeson of Spokane and Judge D. F. Smith and Sidney M, Logan of Kalispell were outside attorneys attending the session. Miss Lydia H. Keller, sister of Fred Keller, the jeweler, who has been visiting here for the past six weeks, has returned to her home in St. Paul. S. H. Dennis of the Kootenai Land & Investment company, has sold the Barr ranch, west of town, to a party from the Judith basin, Mont., for $4,coo cash. Two freight trains had a head on collision near Eureka yesterday tmorniug, in which twenty-eight cars were wrecked and an unknown man who was stealing a ride was killed. Mr. and Mrs. McVickers of Butte are stopping off here for a few days, looking over the coun try. Mr. McVickers is the Stand ard Oil representative for this ter ritory. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Joslin have returned from Spokane. Mr. Joslin has been in a hospital there under treatment from a severe attack of tonsilitis, from which he has now recovered. Plans are out for a two-story building for J. M. Blackford,which he intends erecting on Mineral avenue,near Sixth. The lower floor will be used as a store room and the upstairs for offices. The Bonners Ferry Lumber com pany's river crew arrived here Tuesday with their houseboat and teams. They have been cleaning out the river from Gateway down and getting their logs near to water. The boat is being loaded on a car here, to be sent back to Gateway. The coroner's investigation into the death of Mike Buseth, whose body was found in the Kootenai river, revealed no evidences of R death than that by drowning. The autopsy disclosed that the depres sion in the head was evidently caused by friction with a boulder upon which the body was lying in the water, there being no injury to the skull. The remains were bur ied here. The Masons have perfected their preliminary organization with twen ty-three charter members, and ex pect to se working under dispensa tion in about two weeks. The in stitution of the Libby lodge will be made by the Whitefish lodge, of which due notice will be given. Oddfellows hall has been secured as a lodge room. Dance Notice. A dance will be given in Opera hall on Friday evening, Oct. I3 next, under the auspices of the Athletic association. All are cor dially invited. Tickets $i. OPERA HOUSE The Maude Henderson Co. Will open a THREE.NIGHT engagement, comnmencing...... Monday, Oct. 16, in "Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway." (Geo. M. Coban's famous N. Y. success.) REFINED VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS Change of play nightly. Platt.open Friday at Switzer's. Get your seats early. Prices 5oc & 75c If you want the best on the Great Northern line, go to the Hotel Richards S. H. DENNIS Owner and Proprietor Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water Baths. Cuisine the best to be found The only fire-proof and modern hotel in Libby i Making a Dress like all other wor k, re quires the best tools. Dressmakers who &know use only LIK KltfflR Shears and Scissors the kind that never ball- or"haggle." Every cut is true and clean-no un. certainty. THAT'S the kind of shears to have, and there's only one Way to get them- look for the name Keen Iutter, for 40 years the guar. antee of perfection. Keen Rutter also appears on the very best pocket knives for men and women, the complete Keen Kutter line being sold under this mark and motto: "The Recollection of Quality Remains Long After the Price is Forgotten. " -E. C. StMMo.ns. e Mark Rog. 0. .. Pat. Of.et. For sale by FLEEK & FLEEK For Sale Cheap. The John Johns 80 acres on South Fork of Deep creek, and house and 6 lots in West Libby belonging to the Fannie Johns estate. For par ticulars inquire at the law office of B. F. Maiden. SundaySchool Convention. The Lincoln County Sunday School convention will be held in the Libby M. E. church Oct. 12 and 13. Rev. Alford, secretary of the Methodist Sunday School asso ciation will speak at the evening sessions. Sessions open as follows : Thurs day, 3:15 p. m. and '7:30 p. i. ; Friday, 9 a. m., 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. James M. Blackford, Lawyer, First National Bank Building, .Libby, Montana. TIMOTHIY MILLER IT. S. Land Commissioner. Notary Public. LIBBY - - MONTANA ELECTION PROCLAMATION By the Board of County Commissioners of Lincoln County. By virtue and in pursuance of the au thority vested in the board of county commissioners of Lincoln county, Mon tana, we, Paul I). Pratt, F. P. Garey and J. P. Bartlett, the duly elected, qualified and acting commissioners of the county of Lincoln, state of Montana, and as such constituting the hoard of county com. missioners of said Lincoln county, do hereby proclaim that on Saturday, the 28th day of October, 1911, there will be held in the several election precincts of Linroln county, state of Montana, a spe cial election by the qualified electors of the county of Lincoln to submnit to said qualified electors for their approval or rejection the proposition.to raise mllotley for public improvementis desired tI, h made in the said county of Lincoln as follows, to wit: The issuance of coupon bonds in the amount of one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. such holnds to he re deetnable in fifteen years and payable in twenty years, and-to hear itnterest at the rate of five per cent per annutlll, Itterest payable semi annually at the times pre scribed by law, for the repair and con struction and improvement of a system of highways and bridges and free ferries in accordance with law within the county of Lincoln as follows, to-wit : Beginning at a point on the Lincoln county line southerly of Stryker, thence to continue northwesterly through Trego A full line of WATCHES CLOCKS and JEWELRY All Fresh and 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 Statc and U. S. Courts and Land Offices. LIBBY - - MONTANA CITV ATTORNEY MONTGOMERY G. RICE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office in City Hall, Mineral Ave. Libby - - Montana and Portine to the town of Eureka, fol lowing the route of the existing puhlii road; thence westerly to the village o Rexford, following said route; thencr southerly and westerly on the east an, south side of the Kootenai river to the city of Libby; thence westerly on the south side of the Kootenai river to the village of Troy. That a steel or iroi bridge be constructed across the Koote nai river at the town of Troy , that a stee or iron bridge he constructed across tlis Kootenai river at the city of Libby, thal a steel or iron bridge he constructed across the Kootenai river at the village of Rexford ; that each of said brtdgts bt connected with and be a part of said sys tern of highways, bridges and free ferries. That there shall be constructed such other branch roads leading to and con necting with said system of highways, bridges and free ferries as the board of commissioners determnine. That such free ferries as the board of commissioners may deem necessary, and as a part of said system of highways, bridges and free ferries, shall be constructed for the purpose of and as a means of transporta tion across the Kootenai river. That from the proceeds from the sale cf said bonds there shall be appropriated by the board of county commissioners fr the construction and repair and improvement of said system of highways, bridges and free ferries the following amounts : The suni of forty-five thousand dollars for the construction, repair and improve ment of said system of highways and bridges and free ferries located and situ ated within the boundaries of the road districts of Lincoln county numbered one, two, three, four, thirteen, fourteen and fifteen respectively. The sum of forty thousand dollars for the construc tion, repair and improvement of said sys tem of highways, bridges and free ferries located and situated within the bounda ries of the road districts of Lincoln coun ty numbered five, six, seven, eight, nine, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen and nineteen respectively. The stmn of forty thousand dollars for the construction, re pair and improvement of said system of highways, bridges and free ferries located and situated within the boundaries of the road districts of Lincoln county num bered ten, eleven, twelve, twenty and twenty-one respectively. And in order that said election may ihe conducted in a quiet and orderly man ner, we do hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars ($roo.oo) for the arres;t and conviction of any person violating any of the provisions of Title IV, Part r, of the Revised Codes of Montana of 1907. In witness whereof we have hereunto, set our hands and caused the seal of the county of Lincoln, state of Montana, to be affixed at Libby, the county seat, this 18th day of September, A. D., one thous. and nine hundred anrd eleven. Done in open meeting by the county commlissioners. Paul 1). Pratt, J. P. Hartlett, F. P. Garey. Samuel Carpenter, Attest by the County Clet k. li Wood111 For sale--I6 inch, 18 inch and 2-ft. wood, delivered. Leave or ders with J. P. Wall. B. F. HOWARD & SON.