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DEN TIST bonded the Fountain group in the Silver Butte district for $90,000, accompanied by Paul Pratt, mining DR. G. H. JONES engineer, are visiting the property this week, arranging plans for early work upon an extensive scale. Office: Libby Hotel. Closing out all fall ahd winter S- - hats at the prices of 25c, '6c and L Y - Mo $.oo. Lenia Mere. Co, - The Home Beautiful The demand is constantly increasing for the best that art can-supply. To meet this demand we have taken the uttmest care in making sele6tions in cut glass aldl silverware that are irreproachable in de sign and artistic attradivcne;s. If you desire to improve the table service of your home you cannot fail to be attraeltcd by the effective charm and entrancing beauty ot our display. LIBBY JEWELRY COMPANY - -- EI. PI BROWN, Mgr .OPartec P. O. Building JOHN P. WALL Ladies' Dry Goods Men's Furnishings HARDWARE Groceries Etc., Etc. OHN P. WALL, General Merchant i-M1U __i !l The First National Bank of Libby Opened for businesr Jan, , 19,rto CAPITAL $25.000.00 . RESOURCES $200,000.00 OFPICERS: C. ED LUKENS, President F. M. PLUMMER, Vice-Pres. CHESTER A. ADAMS, Cashier I. J. CORTRIGHT, Asst. Ca:,hier. DIRECTORS: JAS. STONECHEST E. W. DOE F. M. PLUMM"Ek C. ED LUKENS CHESTER A. ,ADAM~S G. W. MILLETT E. A. SOUTHWICK BEST BEER Our1 beer is made from the Famous Montana Barley and Bohemian HIops, imported from IEurope......... Kalispell Malting & Brewing Compapy KALISPEL, - - - MONTANA. J. Capps & Sons All-Wool Hand-Made Clothing $13.50 TO $25.00 NEW SPRING STYLES AND COLORS Libby Commercial Company i - I- ~i.tOe ..The Libby Herald. 10 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ig BY tv THE HERALD PUBLISHING.COMPANYI G. E.. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr Entered as second-class matter Augus er 17, 9Iqi, at the postoffce at Libby, PMon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY. MAR 14,. 1012. Three plays for one price tonight. H. L. Godfrey has gone to Spo kane on a business trip. Up to yesterday 889 voters had registered in this county Henry L. Dickey, the Kalispell banker, visited here Saturday. Henry Wegner is down from his Yahk basin homestead this week. Chas. Dennis of Troy was in Libby last Friday on land business. James Hurley returned yesterday from an extended visit to coast points. Win. Hogan of Troy was in Lib by Tuesday,' having business with the forestry office. The Girls' Art club will meet at the home of Mrs- Gray next Satur day afternoon at 2:30. Martin Smith, an oldtimner here, now a Smith's valley rancher, was a Libby visitor last Friday. Cassidv & Hickman have pur chas, d the W. P. Sherman under dertaking business at Libby. Stanley Wood, the poiular young business man of Troy, was a busi ness visitor to Libby yesterday. Henry Bump and Miss Florence Bittle, both of Libby, were mar ricd on Tuesday last by Rev. Wil liamson. The Libby Lumber company's milling plant will resume full op erations the first of the coming week. The first electric sign in Libbv was placed in position this week on the Water & Light company's office building. Captain Paul D. Pratt enter tained at dinner on Monday even- 1 ing Captain J. L. Tucker of the TEA SPECIAL BLACK AND GREEN, THE BEST QUALITY 300 1'I ],11111 LIBBY GROCERY CO. C(OR. MINI 1:.\I, AND 4..'li SHOES SHOES-- SHOES Latest Styles and Shapes in Button and Lace Shoes and Oxfords for Spring just arrived. F. M. Plummer Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing Hardware And Everything to Eat national gpards, Lieutenant Fravel of the regular service, Lieutenant Bennett of Kalispell, Lieutenants Fleck and Rowlapd and J. M. Plaine. ,Emil Balsemer, a Jennings ranch er, made final proof on his home stead last Friday. before Conunis sioller I'osten. W. R. Otis, of the local forestry force, leaves today for Spokane to take the civil service examination fr forest clerk. l)epnty Sheriff Wave Brown of :l re(ka stopped off between trains L.t 'lThursday while on a trip to !i,.oh points and Spokane. Comn tissioners Carey and Ba:rt 1, ft w:re in Libby Monday an: 'I'I tsdav on business . onnected wi' 1 ' I,, t,,,d and briC:.,e injutiltion Mtla k Kimball, brother of Mrs. i\\'i. Kemp, arrived this week frtun Minnesota.. acLeonipanied by his a ife and child, for a visit of .t'vf; al weeks. ".A Mat rimonial Ad vertisement," liirtli iars" til "A Box of Mon ak " t Ilthe opera luose tonight ft e warrantedt t(o cllae aIway the \fr st ease .tf blues. Cmtie ouit anli te'jo yo. rself. t'omplt'te ai li)p it(-date line of millinery at the lenia Mere. Co. For Sale Cheap. All kiinds of HIousehohll (odls. \W ill It s.ht l at lattg: in i ticii es. .'all at once. Will Page, So. l,ibly. 'iTurn out to the Itriple play to t ehl at the opera lthouse ;nll( enjoy t jlly etvt ilig s'.itlt rttinli tent. ,%prin. i tillittn'ry at 1,etlilt M trC . Co., cor. Montana anul 1th st. FOR SALE. \l'trk team, 7 vents oldi, wt'i,,h' ',too p~ltods. ljnqire of WV. Cridernain, So. I,ilbvy. \,u will find all lit lale sihales, s-1:lts antil si,-,(S of hats, price, within rea h, it iht, l,enia M,,'rc'. Co FOR SALE. A complete line of wall paper, at reasonable 1rices. On 3rd street, rear of I.tffnman's. IIOOPER, The Paper Hanger. For 25., 5oc and S$.oo you may lave your choice of a fall or winter Iat'at the I,enia Mere. Co. I Stallion for Sale. t Pure bred Percheron stallion. r; Sound as a dollar. Sure foal getter. r,icerled and registered to stand for r 2, For particulars and terms inquire of Frank Wegner. Sale of Timber. Libby, Montana. Feb ruary 15, 1912. Sealed bids marked out side "Hid, 'Timber Sale Application, February to, 1912, Kootenai," and ad dressed to the Supervisor,, Forest Ser vice, Libby, Montana, will he received up, to and including tile 23rd day of t March, 1912, for all the merchantable dead timber, standing and down, and all the live timber marked for cutting by -a .1 forest officer, to be definitely designated by a forest otlicer before Cntting begins, including about yo acres, S unlasurveyed section 23, N ' of unsurveyed section 26, and a small island iin the Kootenai river in utnsurveved section 14, P. 34 N., k. 29 \\., k P. M., within the Kootenai Na tional Forest, Montana, esttimated to be 20o,ooo ft. B. Mh. of live and dead yellow pine, spruce, larch and Dougias fir, saw timber, log scale, more or less. No bid ',i' less thlou two dollars ($2.oo) per thous and feet 11. A.. will he considered, and a lel posit of $too.oo payable.to the order I, the Western Montana National Bank f .M !issoula, Montana, milst be sent to that hank for each bid submittet to the Siupervisor. Timber upon valid claims is e:;tlipt from sale. 'The right to rtjedt :any or all bids is reserved. For further nlforliationl and regulations governing Sst dds, address Forest Supervisor, Libby, Slontana. IFeh22-5t Don't Scrub Floors Paint them with good paint. It saves back-oche, sore knees and tired muscles. It looks better and is easier to keep clean. The cost is trifling. We sell ACME QUALITY FLOOR PAINT for all iiiside surfaces to be walked on. Comes in all sizes and pleasing shades. Is easy to apply. A quart will cover about 75 square feet two coats. We recommend Acme Quality Paints and Finishes for all surfaces-indoors and outdoors. If it's a surface to be painted, enameled, stained, varnished or finished in any way, there's an Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. Get a copy of our "Home Beautifying" booklet -IT'S FREE. FLEEK & FLEEK rI Kootenai Deal in all kinds of Real Estate and Real Estate Land Improvements. Loc ate Lan Parties on choice Fruit and Dairy lands. nvestment Make a specialty of Koo tenai Valley lands, but 0ompany will buy and sell in all parts of the county 01. OFFICES IN LIBBY AND TROY At Hotel Richards, Libby - At F. B. Callow's, Troy ibby Steam Laundry Good, careful work and attentive service. All outside orders promptly filled. Laundry called for and delivered within city limits. City Drug Store R. SAII.EV, Propr. Oldest Drug House in Kootenai Valley A Full Line of A. D. S. Remedies Toilet Preparations, Brushes, Etc. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED FRANK PIVAL Contractor and Builder Libby - - Montana TIMOTHY MILLER IT. S. Land Commissioner. Notary Public. LIBBY - - MONTANA B. F. MAIDEN Lawyer Practice in State and U. S. Courts and Land Offices. LIBBY - - MONTANA TTHOS. D. LONG Lawyer Bnffalo Block - - Kalispell, Mont.