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THE HERALD Cash in Advance FOR30 DAYS ONLY SMeats Wholesale and Retail I Fish, Game and Oysters in Season W. F. Kienitz, Propr. L I+++++++++++++++++ THOS. D. LONG Lawyer Bnflalo Block - - Kalispell, Mont. DENTIST DR. G. H. JONES Office : Libby Hotel. LIBBY - - MONTANA J. S. COLLINSKI Taxidermist All kinds of Mounting and Hide Tanning LIBBY - P. O. BOX 286 Birthday -AND Wedding Presents In SIVERWARE, CUT GLASS HAND-PAINTED CHINA CLOCKS, ETC. At the Right Prices LIBBY JEWELRY COMPANY E. M. BROWN, Mgr. Libby, Montana - - In Postoflice Bldg. In the District Court of the Eleventh Ju dicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Lincoln. J. Y. Ownbey, Plaintiff, Vs. F. N. Campbell and O. N. Thompson, and G. F. Hinton as Trustee for F. N. Campbell and O. N. Thompson, Defendants. Alias Summons. The State of Montana Sends Greetings to the above-named Defendants and to each of them : You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, which is 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 ; and, in case of your fail ure to appear and answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint. Said action is brought to obtain judg ment in favor of plaintiff and against the defendants for the sum of Five Hundred Ten dollars upon a balance of a stated account for work and labor done and performed by the plaintiff for the 'de fendants at their express instance and request during the year 1911, and expense money pertaining thereto, all of which defendants agreed to pay as per an ac counting had and made between the par. ties plaintiffs and defendants on August 14, 19II. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 31st day of October, 1911. (SEAL) Philip R. Long, Clerk of Said Court. James M. Blackford, Attorney for Plalutiff, Libby, Montana. At the John P. Wall Store You can get not only Merchandise, but..... Good Merchandise n selecting a place to buy, you must not only consider a place where it may be purchased, but a place that will bring you the most VALUE for your money. We want you to Try us for Underwear, Mackinaws, Jumper Shirts And the MALONE PANTS JOHN P. WALL - - General Merchant ..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as second-class matter August 17, IqIT, at the postoffice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1911. Judge Erickson will convene court in Libby Nov. 15. Henry Wegner is down from hisi ranch in the Yahk basin. Charley Young of Gateway was here this week on a business trip. Teachers' examinations will be held at Eureka and Libby Nov. 24 and 25. J. G. Van Dyke, the pioneer market gardener of Troy, was in Libby Saturday. Julius Neils of Cass Lake, Minn., is in Libby inspecting his large property interests in this section. Thos. Handley of Rexford is in the city to qualify as administrator of the estate of the. late J. C. Sul livan. Edw. Gay, secretary of the Kal ispell Brewing company, was call ing on Libby customers and friends last Saturday. It is reported the Great Northern has a couple of miners at Kootenai Falls with sluice boxes to test the ground for placers. A. E. Boorman, secretary of the Montana Larch and Pine Manu iacturers' association, was trans acting business in Libby this week. S. H. Dennis, of the Kootenai Land & Investment company, has sold the Richards ranch, just above town, to R. J. Murray of Butte, for $7,500 cash. Those weather sharks down at Washington certainly had (he right dope in their weather forecast for the week that a cold wave would swoop down upon the Pacific north west the middle of the week and travel eastward. It swooped, all right, and at last accounts hadn't traveled away from the Kootenai banana belt. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Nash of Red Lodge, Mont., are in the city. Mr. Nash is the contractor who put in the extensive system of paved walks for the city. The report comes from Troy that McCaffrey, who has a bond on the Big Eight for $50,00ooo, has been offered a bonus of $15,000 to relin quish, but has declined. A short note from Heine Gass to Dan Welsh stated that the writer was laid up in a hospital at Pasco, Wash., with a dislocated shoulder, but no particulars were given. The Kootenai Land & Invest ment company has located Dave Moffatt of Butte on a forest home stead north of Trov, on the bench west of beautiful Lake Kilbrannon. Fred Berger, the pioneer butcher of Eureka, was at the county seat Wednesday, paying taxes and at tending to other business. -He stopped off a day at Warland, while enroute here. Lew Butterfield of bridge crew No. i came in from the west Tues day with the car, for a day here before going to the east end on the reservation, where they will be stationed for the winter. B. M. Thomas has been appoint ed a delegate from this county by Governor Norris to attend the Irrigation congress, which will meet at Chicago Dec .5 to 9. Ben says he expects to be present at the session. Geo. Moore of Troy was a busi ness visitor in Libby Monday and Tuesday. George was one of the pioneers in the road and bridge movement which culminated so successfully in the bond issue--in fact, the inception of the present movement may be said to date back to a meeting held in the Herald office in Troy about a year and a half ago by the Commercial club, at which George was one of the most vigorous champions of the proposition. Today, George does not conceal his satisfaction and pleasure at the outcome and looks forward to the rapid development ot the entire county as a conse quence of the improvements about to be made. A party of hunters from Fort Benton, this state, returned to Libby the latter part of last week from a successful hunt in the 'Fisher country. They brought in with them nine deer which they shipped to their homes, after hav ing had a group photo taken of their "quarry." The party con sisted of C. W. Morrison, J. S. Brown and A. E. McLeish. Speaking of deer stories, Fred Lowrey, who has been considerably annoyed by the depredations of; deer at his ranch at Ripley, last Saturday night took his lantern and went out to his cabbage patch and shot a deer by the flickering rays of his light. He was proba bly ten minutes in pulling off the stunt, which is a heap better than tramping all over the hills for a chance shot, and then maybe miss. Lenia correspondent and others interested are no doubt now in a happier frame of mind, as they have probably heard of the action of the commissioners who last Mon day authorized Henry Schreiber to build a ferryboat for the crossing at Lenia, on the plan of the Libby boat-this county to co-operate with Bonner county in the cost and maintainance. Friends of Major Clyde Ford were shocked to read in the current news of his prostration by an attack of appendicitis at Columbus, O., while enroute to attend the funeral of his brother at Wheeling, W. Va. His illness occurred last Thursday and was so severe that his life was lespaired of. The major was in Libby about two weeks ago, with "enl. Greenan and Lieut. Fravel, ,n a deer hunt. Before persons can take hunting,! parties into the mountains for hire, :hey must have guides' licenses, 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 Making a Dress like all other work, re quires the best tools. Dressmakers who know use only MI~N KLJTIR Shears and Scissors the kind that never balk or"haggle." livery cut 13 true and clean-no un. certainty. THAT'S the kind of shears to have, and there's only one way to Cet them- look for the name Keen Kutter, for 40 years the gOuar antee of perfection. Keen Kutter 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 th. Price is Forgotten. " -E C. SIMMONS. Trade Mark Reg. . 8. Pat. Ofi e. For sale by FLEEK & FLEEK and the state game warden says he is going to see that this provision is enforced. In Teton county a few days ago Frances LaFranz was convicted of taking parties out without a guide's license and was fined $50. Cutting Fracas. In an altercation last Friday night, on Mineral avenue near Sec ond, Frank Gagnon assaulted Jack Stewart with a knife and inflicted two ugly, but not fatal, wounds. Gagnon then hurried to the jail building and surrendered, and was locked up. Stewart was attended by Dr. Auld. One cut was made in the left breast, whfch, had not the blade struck a rib and glanced downward, would have pierced the heart; the other wonnd was in the back of the neck, cutting an artery. Stewart has been unable to ap pear, and the hearing before Judge Eoffnan has been twice postponed. The school census of Great Falls shows the boys and girls to be evenly divided, just r414 boys and 1414 girls. The last Thursday, Thanksgiv ing day, comes this year on the last day of the month. Man with team wants work for the winter. Address Libby Her ild, Libby, Montana. City Drug Store I R. SAILEY, Propr. Oldest Drug House in Kootenai Valley A Full Line of A. D. S. Remedies Toilet Preparations, Brushes, Etc. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED 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 CITY ATTORNEY MONTGOMERY G. RICE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office in City Hall, Mineral Ave. Libby - - Montana Sale of Timber. Missoula, Montana, September 19, 9t11. Sealed bids, marked outside "Bid, Timber Sale Application, August 28, 1911, Kootenai," and ad dressed to the District Forester, Forest Service, Missoula, Montana, will be re ceived up to and including the 30th day of November, 1911, for all tqe live timber marked for cutting by the forest ofhcer, located on an area to be definitely desig nated before cutting begins, including appreximately 1.72o acres in the water shed of Pipe creek, about 6 mnles north of Libhy, Montana, in the E% section 4, WH4, S% SE/ and NEt/ SEX section 2, E% section 8 and all of section ro, all in township 31 north, rauge 31 west, M. P. M., within the Kootenai National for est, Montana, estimated to be 9.100,000 feet B M. yellow pine, 1,900,ooo feet B. M. of larch asnd ,000,000ooo feet B. M. of Douglas fir saw timber, more or less, log scale. No bid of less than $2 00 per M. feet B. M. for all species will be consid ered, and a deposit of $i,ooo must be sent to the Western Montana National 'atnk of Missoula, Montana, payuble to the bank, for each bid submitted to the District Forester. Timber upon valid claims is exempt from sale. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. For further information and regulations gov erning sales address Forest Supervisor, Kootenai National Forest, Libby, Mon tana. F. A. Silcox, District Forester. First pub nov 2 Last pub nov 30 Weight Party. Friday night, Nov. io, at Pres byterian church, given by Y P, branch of W. C. T. U. Admission, roc per too pounds per individual, which includes refreshments. All are invited. Notice. Having purchased the Hotel Libby barber shop, I will be pleased to meet all my old friends and patrons at my new place of business, and will give the same courteous treatment and good ser vice which I have always given to customers and visitors. 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. James M. Blackford, Lawyer, First National Bank Building, Libby, Montana. geen Seasoned ..Wood., For sale--6 inch, 18 inch and 2-ft. wood, delivered. Leave or ders with J. P. Wall. B. F. HOWARD & SON.