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D. W. GOOD, Propr. First-class in every respect. LTBBY - - MONTAN A The Home Beautiful The demand is constantly increasing for the best that art can supply. To meet this demand we have taken the utmost care in making selections in cut glass and silverware that are irreproachable in de sign and artistic attra&iveness. If you desire to Improve the table service of your home you cannot fail to be attra&ed by the effective charm and entrancing beauty of our display. LIBBY JEWELRY COMPANY E. M. BROWN, Mgr. COPH P. O Building JOHN P. WALL Ladies' Dry Goods Men's Furnishings HARDWARE Groceries Etc., Etc. JOHN P. WALL, General Merchan Libby Commercial Company Fosston Woolen Mills Mackinaw Coats Stag Shirts Pants Quality and Price: Your Money's Worth Libby Commercial Company DENTIST DR. G. H. JONES Office : Libby Hotel. LIBBY - - MONTANA ..The Libby Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBIJISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgi Entered as second class matter Augun 17, 19l, at the postoffice at Libby, Mot tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1912. R. E. Clay of Troy was in Lib by yesterday. Timothy Miller was at WXarlanc Tuesday on legal business. Geo. Millett went to Kalispel yesterday on a business trip. Miss Helen Callow of Troy ii visiting relatives here this week. The three Peteet boys are build ing a house on their acre tract.west of town. Charlie Cowell has returned from Cody, Wyo., and will probably re main here. County Commissioner and Mrs. Bartlett came up from Troy Tues day evening. State 8th grade examinations wiil be held at Libby, Troy and Eureka on Jan. 18. Supt. Misses Frances and Grace Leary have returned to the university at Missoula, after a vacation visit to their home here. The Herald is now located in its new home on Mineral avenue, near 4th, where we will be always glad to see you for business or for pleas Mrs. J. J. O' Marr returned Tues day from a visit of ten days at Spokane, a guest of her sister, whom she had not seen for 16 years. Miss Frances Black, a teacher in the high school at Colville, Wash., who has been visiting the Row lands during the holidays, returned to her home Monday. Senator Leary was out in the mountains this week to make a re port on the Howard gulch placers. He reports a great amount of snow along the mineral belt. The Great Northern shops at Hillyard have now overhauled and equipped four engines with oil burners for through freight service on the Cascade division. Miss Nina Roach, a teacher in the public school at Spokane, has returned to her home, after spend ing fhe vacation visiting with her sister, Mrs. W. N. Curtis. Sheriff Baney returned Tuesday from Deer Lodge, where be had taken Oscar Smith, sent tip for a year for grand larceny, and that evening started for the reformatory at Miles City with yotung Piane, who stabbed his cousin at Warland. Piane was given four years. Mike Robson has returned from Sheridan, Wyo., and has shipped in his household goods. Mr. Rob- I son recently bought ten acres ad joining town for intensive farming and already has carpenters at work upon a house. His two sons froii Butte will join hint and the laud will be cleared for cultivation. Mr and Mrs. John B. Chase of Troy have been visiting relatives at Kalispell for the past ten days. Mr. Chase stopped off here today i to appear before the commissioners Midwinter ON ALL Millinery Sale Trimmed Hats Firt-C1ass in Every Resped Beavers Included MRS. MOREHOUSE Across street from First Natl Bk Bldg on a road hearing. He says there "" is a lot of inquiry in the Flathead about the Kootenai valley and be lieves there will be quite a move ment of settlers from there to this valley in the spring. A dead man was taken off No. 3 ast today and Coroner Ottowa was sumninoned. Dr. Baxter, county - physician, pronounced death due to natural causes; The name of the b deceased was John Hobbs and he was en route from Winifred, Al berta, to Bonners Ferry. Secretary Bernard of the Kalis pell Chamber of Commerce visited ?1l with the Libby Commercial club last Thursday evening and out lined a plan of co-operation among is the clubs of Lincoln and Flathead counties. He assured those pres ent that it was not the intention, as :1 had been reported, to combine the clubs with Kalispell as the central head, but the plan was to have the clubs work in unison to help each other by making united efforts in favor of any locality needing assist ance and encouragement. Several ;. local members spoke briefly and a resolution was adopted offering a cordial co-operation with the Kal ispell and other commercial bodies. s News Items from Ural. School was resumed Tuesday, Jan. 2, after the usual holiday va cation. Mr. Hale and Henry Steenerson were making New Year's eve calls. Beatrice Dickerhoof and Labusha Husek spent the day with Mrs. Calmes last Thursday. Martin Moe went to Warland Sunday. Mr. Katee was up from Libby this week. He will build on his forest homestead, across the river from Ural, as soon as the weather will permit. Messrs. Hale and Steenerson vis ited at Dickerhoof's Saturday even ing. The time was pleasantly passed with music and games. Mrs. Matejo was here from Libby during the holidays visiting her brother and sister, J. Vlosak and Mrs. Gisha. Jerry Fritsch lost his boat by the floating ice breaking it loose. It was found in the ice gorge at the mouth of Ten Mile creek. The section men are kept busy raising the rest of the track to a level with the nrmps caused by the hard freezing. LOST.-Gold locket and chain. Initials K. M. Finder return to Grill Cafe and receive reward. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. There will be a stockholders meeting of the Lincoln Mercantile Co. Jan. 22, 1912, at 8 p. m. All stockholders please attend. W. W. Blew, Jr., Secretary. James M. Blackford, Lawyer, First National Bank Building, Libby, Montana. Sale of Timber. Libby, Montana, Jan nary 5, 1912. Sealed bids marked out side "Bid, Timber Sale Application, De cember 15, r911, Kootenai," and ad dressed to the Supervisor, Forest Ser vice, Libby, Montana, will be received up to and including the 5th day of Feb. * ruary, 1912, for all the merchantable dead timber, standing and down, and all the live timber marked for cutting by a forest offmcer, located on an area of about 8o acres, to be definitely designated by a forest otlicer before cutting begins, in the E',1 E' section 2, T. 31 N., R. 34 W., Kootenai National Forest, Montana, es timated to be 200,000 ft. B. M. of yellow pine saw timber, more or less, log scale. No bids of less than two dollars ($2.00) per thousand feet B. M. will be consid ered, and a deposit of $1oo.oo payable to the order of the Western Montana Na tional Bnited States Depository, to be placed to the credit of the Treasurer of the United States, must be sent to that bank for each bid submitted to the Su pervisor. Timber upon valid claims is exempt from sale. The right to reje6t any or all bids is reserved. For further information and regulations governing sales, address 1 orr Skeels, Forest Super visor. Libby, Montana. Ed Cnr:lton bf Warland, the rail s wey con! ractor, now operating in - Canada, was in Libby . this week visiting his family, who are resid s ing here this winter because of school advantages. Lenia Mercantile Company (Incorporated) MILLINERY, NEEDLE ART LADIES' TAILORING ('or. Montana and Sixth Libby MRS. J. F. COATS, Manager Sale of Timber. Libby, Montana, December 21, 1911. Sealed bids, marked outside "Bid, Timber Sale Application, December 7, 191t, Kootenai," and ad dressed to the Supervisor, Forest Service, Libby, Montana, will be received up to and incluling the 21st day of January, 1912, for all the dead timber, standing and down, merchantable for railroad ties, and all the live tie timber marked for cutting by the Forest Officer, on an area of about 64o acres, to be definitely desig nated by the Forest Officer before cuttine begins, in the Sj4 of sections 15 and 16, unsurveyed township 32 north, range 28 west, M. P. M., within the Kootenai National Forest, Montana, estimated to be 40,000 Douglas fir and larch railroad ties, more or less. No bid of less than 6 cents per tie for all species will be con sidered, and a deposit of $250 must be sent to the Western Montana National Bank of Missoula, Montana, payable to the hank, for each bid submitted to the Supervisor. Timber upon valid claims is exempt. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. For further inform ation and regulations governing sales, address Dorr Skeels, Forest Supervisor, Libby, Montana. dec 21,5w Tools '/ and Brains !;kill, science and brains may be put even into a hammer. It is atudy and perfection aS details that have made 4Quait3P Tools the best tools you can buy. Secrew'. driver or Saw-it is perfect. No bad luck with Keen Kutter Tools. ` for they' are guaranteed. For Sale by Fleek & -Fleek MeatsI Wholesale and Retail Fish, Game and Oysters in Season - W. F. Kienitz, Propr. N+*++ ++++,+++ .+*4N* 4. Libby Steam Laundry W. B. LIBBY, Gen. Mgr. Good, careful work and attentive service. All outside orders promptly filled. Laundry called for and delivered within city limits. City Drug Store R. SAILEY, Propr. Oldest Drug House in Kootenai Valley A Full Line of A. D. S. Remedies Toilet Preparations, Brushes, Etc. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY. COMPOUNDED THOS. D. LONG Lawyer Bmfalo Block - - Kallsped, 1eat. TIMOTHY MILLER IT. S. Land.Co missioner. Notary Public. LIBBY - - MONTANA B F. MAIDEN Lawyer Practice in State and U. S. Courts and Land Offices. LIBBY - - MONTANA SHERIFF'S SALE James E. Meikle, Plaintiff, Against M. Brandenburg, Defendant. To Be Sold at Sheriff's Sale: On the 5th day of January, A. D., 1912, at io o'clock a. in., at the front door of the court house, in the city of Libby, county of Lincoln, state of Montana, 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: All the defendant's right, title and in terest in and to lots twelve and thirteen, of block twelve, in Faust addition to Libby, standing on the rocords in the name of L. H. Faust. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurte. nances tbereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Dated this 16th day of December, A. D., 1911. F. R. Baney, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Montana. d 21-3t B. L. SMITH Contractor and Builder Office at residence, South Libby. In the District Court of the Eleventh Ju dicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Lincoln. Florence McLean, Plaintiff, against Harry McLean, Defendant.-Alias Sum mons (for publicatlon). The State of Montana Sends Greeting to the above-named Defendant: 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. This action is brought for the purpose of obtaining a decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony now and heretofore existing between you and the plaintiff, and further, to restore to her her former name of Florehce Considine; that the action is prosecuted and such decree sought unon the following grounds: First, because you, having the ability so to do," have for more than one year last past prior to the commencement of this action, wholly failed and neglected to provide the plaintifi with the common necessities of life, and have failed and neglected to provide at all for her, on ac count of your idleness and profligacy. Second, that mere than one year prior to the filing of the complaint herein you abandoned and deserted this plaintiff against her wishes and without her con sent, and have since for such time con tinued and are now living separate and apart from plaintiff, failing in all your marriage obligations. All of which will more fully appear by the complaint on file herein, to which reference is here made for a further and fuller statement of said causes of action. And, in case of your failure to appear or 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 12th day of December A.D. Ig9z [sEA1.] Phillip R. Long. Clerk. Booth & Maiden, Attys. for Plaintiff. First publication, December 14, 191I.