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..The Libby Herald..
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
BY
THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY
Entered as second-class matter August
17, 1911, at the postofflce at Libby, Mon
tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
The Ticket We Support
For President-Woodrow Wilson.
For Vice President -Thomas Marshall.
For United States Senator-Thos- J.
Walsh of Helena.
For Governor-Samuel V. Stewart of
Madison,
For Lieutenant Governor-W. WV. Mc
Dowell of Butte.
For Congress-Senator Tom Stout of
Lewistown and John M. Evans of Mis
soula.
For Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court-Sidney C. Sanner of Miles City.
For Secretary of State--A. M. Alder
son of Livingston.
For Attorney General-Dan M. Kelly
of Boulder.
For State Treasurer-W. C. Rae of
Red Lodge.
For State Auditor-William Keating
of Missoula.
For State Superintendent of Public
Instruction-IH. A. Davee of Lewistown.
For Railroad Commissioner-J. H.
Hall of Great Falls.
For Presidential Electors-J. C. Mc
Carthv of Bozeman, John MacGinniss of
Butte, George A. Houtz of Kalispell and
A. S. Lohman of Chinook.
Guess Again
The Kalispell Times suggests
that the people of this judicial dis
trict owe the office of district judge
to Charley Foote because he was
defeated for the office four years
ago. The Times has another
guess coming. The people of Lin
coin and Flathead counties oa e
Mr. Foote nothing and are ready
to pay the debt. Charley Foote
is a good lawyer and a good citizen.
He has reached an enviable emin
ence in his profession and in view
of the fact that he represents near i
ly every important corporation op
erating in this district, he will
doubtless continue to do fairly well
in the future, if let alone. But, in
all candor, the corporations should
be satisfied with Mr. Foote's ser
vices as a lawyer and not ask the
taxpayers to pay the bill.
Judge Erickson has made an
admirable presiding judge. His
record on the bench is spotless.
He has rendered faultless public
service. He owes allegiance to
duty alone. He is prompt, impar
tial, just. A lawyer of splendid
ability, a citizen of high ideals and
clean life, a judge of unquestioned
probity, John E. Erickson is rec
ognized today throughout Mon
tana, by lawyers and laymen alike,
as a credit and adornment to the
judiciary. The people in this part
of the district will show by their
votes in November that they are
satisfied with Judge Erickson's
record and have no desire to dis
pense with his services on the
bench.
Hear These Men
Montana's next governor, Hon.
Sam V. St- wart, and State Sena
tor Tonm Stout, who will be one of
our congressmen, will open the
state campaign for the local demo
crats. These two able and elo
quent men will address the people
of Libby and vicinity next Mon.
day evening, Sept., 23, at the op
era house at 8 o'clock. The new
Libby band will furnish music for
the occasion. Local democrats take
particular pride in presenting these
two candidates for high positions
in the public service to the people
of Lincoln county, They are
clean, big and b'ainy men.
They represent the best there is
in Montana's public life today.
Sam Stewart is one of the strong
est and best men in this coonu -
wealth. li has served the Mon
tana democracy with devotion and
conspicuous ability for mtnn\ 'ears.
His public and private life show
no blemish. He is elojmmnet*, in
telligent, able, honeit. 11 h:~
risen to a cnmmnanding position in
public affairs 1y reawn of hi. - ti -
ling qualities as a citizen and his
high ideals of public service. He
knows Montana and her people; he
realizes her great resources and
her unlin'.itcd pos -bi!i'es. Hie
will brine to the high office of
governor a ripe experience, a clean
record and a broad mind. As gov
ernor of Montana he will take ex
alted rank among the big men
of the western world.
Senator Tom Stout, who is one
of the democratic candidates for
congress, stands at the very fore
front of Montana's progressive
young democracy. He has made
an enviable record in the state sen
ate as an advocate of all measures
designed to advance the interests
of Montana and her people. He
is a free-lance, independent, vigor
ous and fearless. He does his own
thinking and makes a mighty good
jot) of it at all times. He will do
what he thinks is right and he
never thinks wrong, With Tom
Stout and John M. Evans in the
national house of representatives
Montana will get back on the map
of the nation.
Stewart and Stout will open the
ball in Libby. They will tell the
people some plain truths in a pleas
ing and instructive way. Every
body in this region who is inter
ested in public questions should
hear them. It will be worth
while.
Stewart A Progressive
In commenting on the democratic
state ticket, State Senator Tom
Stout of Lewistown, democratic
nominee for congress and a pro
nounced progressive, has the fol
lowing to say in his paper, the Fer
gus County Democrat, of Hon.
Sam Stewart, the democratic nom
inee for governor.
'!This paper heartily supported
the Hon. W. B. George, of Billings,
for the gubernatorial nomination.
The fact that he was defeated does
not lessen our admiration for him
in the slightest degree. We still
believe that he would make Mon
tana an ideal chief executive- But
Mr. Gecrge was downed in a fair,
square fight. It is impossible to
conceive of any other man than a
mighty good man defeating him,
and we take off our hat to Sam V.
Stewart, of Virginia City. We
have known Mr. Stewart for many
years and have never heard one
word to his discredit. He is one
of the state's foremost citizens, a
big-hearted, generous fellow, pos
sessed of a most admirable person
ality, a good speaker, a fine law
yer, and most loved where he is
best known, in old Madison county,
where he has resided for many
years. His splendid personality
and advanced progressiveness will
contribute greatly toward his suc
cess, by an overwhelming vote, in
November."
Jack Hall, the democratic can
didate for railroad commissioner,
is a hard-headed, intelligent, prac
tical railroad man. He knows the
business of railroading from A to Z.
He has the confidence and friend
ship of the boys who work on the
line from cab to caboose. It will
be a relief to the taxpayers to have
one member of the railroad com
mission who knows a cattle guard
from a blind siding.
WILL GET REDUCED RATE
An excursion rate of one fare
for the round trip from every rail
road station in Montana to Helena
and return will be in f rce on all
railroads in the State duriig the
week of September 23 to 28 inclus
ive, on account of the Montana
State Fair. Just what this conces
sion on the part of the railroads
means, is better understood, when
it is stated that no other state in
the union has ever been given
terms of equal liberality for a sim
ilar attraction. In most of the
states the best that is ever secured
is a rate of one and one third fare
the round trip, and in many states
there is no concession whatever.
In North Dakota, for instance,
whoever wishes to attend the State
fair must pay full fare both ways,
from whatever point he wishes to
go.
A rate of one fare for the round
trip in Montana means a saving to
State Fair visitors of sums as high
as $18 or $20, for from some sec
tions of Montana people have to
travel 600 miles to reach the capital
city,
HERE'S SOME REAL NEWS
It seemsn that our friend Dave
McGinniss, who has been very
busy for the last year or so build
ing an electric railroad through the
Flathead country-on paper-has a
little spare time just now and has
decided to build a few public ser
vice plants in Lincoln county. A
dispatch to the Spokane Chronicle
from Kalispell one day last week
reads this way:
"Articles of incorporation of the
Lincoln County Public Service cor
poration have been filed in the of
fice of the county clerk. The con
cern is organized for the purpose of
supplying gas, electricity, water and
power principally, but the articles
permit of the conduct of any other
business for which private corpor
ations are formed.
"David R. McGinniss of Fresno
Cal., Earl D Brown and John J.
Green of this city are the incorpor
ators and directors. The company
is capitalized at $200,ooo. The
new company at present owns val
uable water power sites in Lincoln
county which it is purposed to
develope."
There seems to be some question
in this region about the extent and
value of Dave's water power
privileges but no one in Libby
questions his capacity to furnish all
the gas, and wind necessary to run
several good sized plants.
Elecion Dinner
The Catholic Ladies will serve
an election dinner in the I.O.O.F.
hall November 5th. Dinner served
from 11-30 to 2 o'clock.
Everybody Come
ADMINISTRATOR SALE.
In matter of estate of Henry Huffman,
deceased.
Under and by vitue of an order of the
District Court of Lincoln County, Mon
tana, I will receive bids at the office of
Timothy Miller, Libby, Montana, up to
the 15th day of November, 1912, for the
sale of lot 4, in Block 1, Fortine, Mon
ana. Terms cash.
J. W. Hooper
Administrator.
Aug 29 - Sept. 19.
DENTIST
DR. G. H. JONES
Office : First Natl. Bk. Bldg.
Rooms 5 and 6.
LIBBY - - MONTANA
A WEEK TO LEARN.
Notable New Educational Features at
the Spokane Pair.
Successful fairs now pay far more
attention to securing new educational
features than was the custom a few
years ago While the amusements are
not neglected and there is always some.
thing going on to entertain every pa
tron, education is really the star fea
ture, and nowhere else can an inquil
ing visitor learn so much about the
great Inland Empire and the general
progress oL art and agriculture.
The Spokane Fair this year proposes
not only to provide this free eduec
tion. but is going to bring thirty farm
boys to the Fair to enjoy a week of
fun and learning combined at the Fair's
expense. The Washington State col
lere wil look after the boys and will
also install a comprehensive exhibit
showing the work done at the college.
The Idaho university and the Spokitne
schools will also have complete exhib
Its, and liberal prizes have been offered
for rural school exhibits.
Two other very practical features
along this same line are a model
creamery, which will operate daily, and
a milk test open to all cows, grade or
pure bred, all testing to be done in an
open booth and fully explained.
The Spokane Fair management want
to make the week of Sept. 80 notable
in every way and guarantee that every
one who attends the Fair can, if they
will, learn something about the line of
agricultural science which most inter
ests them.
ýº r we*' TO OsT 6 Sill M--.
BIG MASQUE CARNIVAL
One of the big entertainment
features of the Flathead County
Fair will be a masque carnival,
Friday night, October izth, com
mencing at 8 P. M. on First Ave
nue East in Kalispell.
First Avenue East will be roped
off three blocks from Railroad
Street to Third Street for a big
promenade and dance. One end of
the street will be occupied by the
Indians where war dances will be
pulled off , and the north end will
be occupied by dancing and masque
promenade. This will be a feature
of one evening.
The Flathead band, under the
able management of M. B. Riffo
will furnish music for three days of
the Fair and also furnish concert
music on the streets Thursday and
Friday evenings of the Fair.
The program provides for the
biggest social event ever held in
Kalispell.
BIDS FOR WOOD
Bids will be received up to Monday
noon, October 7, 1912, by the county
clerk for a 125 ricks of z6 inch seasoned
body wood, 85 per cent of which shall be
tamarack and fir. Same to be delivered
and piled as directed at the court house
and jail at Libby, Montana. All bids
must be accompanied by a certified check
for $25. The board of county commis
sioners reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
Samuel Carpenter,
Sept. r2-19. County Clerk.
In the District Court of the Eleventh
Judicial District of the state of Mon
tana, in and for the county of Lin
coln
In the matter of the estate ORDER
of John Hendry, deceased. O
On reading and filing the first and
final account and petition for distribu
tion of William Bristow, the executor
herein, it is hereby ordered that Satur
day the 21st day of September, 1912, at
ten o'clock a.m. on said day, be the
time and the court room of this court in
the city of Libby, the place for the hear
ing of said final account and petition for
distribution at which time and place all
persons interested may appear and show
cause if any they have, why such ac
counts should not be allowed and ap
proved and decree of distribution made
in accordance with the prayer of said
petition.
And it is further ordered that a copy
hereof be posted in three public places
for ten days and published in the Libby
Herald, a newspaper printed and pub
lished in the city of Libby and said
county and state, for at least two weeks
prior to date of such hearing and that
copies hereof be mailed by the clerk of
court to each and every heir of said de
cedant residing within the state of Mon
tana if any there be.
Done in chambers this 5th day of Sep
tember, 1912.
J. E. Erickson,
Booth & Maiden, District Judge.
Att'ys for executor. Sept 12.19
NOTICE FOR REGISTRATION
Pursuant to section 18, chapter 113 of
session laws of the Twelfth Legislative
assembly, I, Samuel Carpenter, county
clerk and ex-officio register of Lincoln
county, Montana, do hereby give notice
that for the general election to be held
in the several voting precincts in Lin
cofn county on the 5th day of Novem
ber, A D. 1912, the registration books
will be open at the County Clerk's
offie on all legal days between the hours
of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. up to and includ.
log the 5th day of October, A.D. 1912
l'lectors for the ensuing election may
register at my office or before a Notary
Public or Justice of the Peace in the
manner provided by law.
That on the said day at 5 o'clock p.m.
the registration books will be closed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of Lincoln county, this 26th day of
August, A.D. 1912.
SAMUEL CARPENTER,
County Clerk and Ex-officio Register of
Lincoln County, Montana.
(Seal) Aug 29-Sep 26
FOR SALE.
One hundred and sixty acres of
land, three miles west of Jennings,
on the Kootenai river and on the
Great Northern Ry. Has 300,000
feet of saw timber, 7,000 ties and
other timber. Fine stream of run
ning water on it, suitable for tur
bine or other power. Ideal place
for dairy, stock or chicken ranch,
or for fruit and vegetables. Finest
range back of it. A piece of land
known as Johnson island adjoins
homestead and goes with it, also
fruit trees and other buildings. All
for $10oo. Anyone desiring this
fine place, at the bargain price
offered, should call on John P,
Wall, at hiu. store in Libby. or
write him.
B. F. MAIDEN
Lawyer
practice in State and U. S. Courts
and Land Offices.
LATEST STYLES
Butterick
Patterns
Embroidery book and Delineator
New Fall Piece Goods
Outings, Sweaters, Etc.
F.M. Plummer
Everything to Eat and Wear
The First National Bank of Libby
Opened for business Jan. Ig, r1ro
CAPITAL $25.000.00 - - RESOURCES $200,000.00
OFFICERS :
C. ED LUKENS, President
F. M. PLUMMER, Vice-Pres.
CHESTER A. ADAMS, Cashier
DIRECTORS:
JAS. STONECHEST E. W. DOE F. M. PLUMMER
C. ED LUKENS CHESTER A. ADAMS
G. W. MILLETT E. A. SOUTHWICK
BEST BEER
Our beer is made from the Famous
Montana Barley and Bohemian
Hops, imported from Europe.........
Kalispell Malting & Brewing Company
KALISPELL, - - MONTANA.
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THE BIG FLATHEAD FAIR
And Race Meeting at Kalispell
Oct. 9, 10, 11 and 12
PACING
No. I.-2;14 mixed...........$500.00
No. 2.-2:16 trot........ .......oo.oo
No. 3. green pace Flathead
county horses..............300.00
No. 4. 2 year old pace.........300.00
TROTTING
No. 5-- 2:30.....................300.00
No. 6.-2:25....................500.00
No. 7. green trot Flathead
county horses..............300 00
No. 8. 2 year old trot.........300.00
No. 9. free for all trot or pace.5o0.0o
The interest being taken by the
horsemen of Montana, as indicated
by the entries being received by
the Secretary of the Flathead Fair
Association, indicates that one of
the best racing events ever held on
the Flathead track will take place
at our coming Flathead County
Fair. October gth-Loth-Isth and
12th, 1912.
The harness races are open to all
comers and a running race program
for local horses in Flathead and
Lincoln counties is being prepared.
The Flathead track is one of the
finest in the state and is better
this year than ever, owing to the
use of a California track harrow,
the best and most improved im
plement that hao tbpn devised for
perfecting a race track.
A modern stable for the accomo
dation of race horses was built last
year that is thoroughly up to date
in addition to other box stalls on
the grounds.
The date set for closing entries
September 15th, will be held open
later. The purses are as liberal as
those offered at any of the county
fairs in the state and owing to the
dates of our Fair, coming after the
eastern Montana Fairs and the
Spokane Fair, the Flathead race
meeting this year should be one of
the most interesting in the history
of the Association.
P. N. Bernard.
In the District Court of the Eleventh
Judicial District of the State of Mon.
tana, in and for the County of Lin
coln.
In the Matter of the
Estate of Conrad Notice of Probate
R. Hoffman, De- r Of Will
ceased. J
Pursuant to an Order of said Court,
made on the 3oth day of August, 1912,
notice is hereby given that Friday, the
2oth day of September, 1912, at ten
o'clock A.M. of said day, at the Court
Room of sa d Court, at the Court House
in the county of Lincoln, has been ap.
pointed as the time and place for prov
ing the Will of said Conrad R. Hoffman
deceased, and for hearing the applica
tion of Medora C. Hoffman for the is
suance to her of letters testamentary
when and where any person interested
may appear and contest the same.
Dated August 30, 1912.
PHILIP R. LONG,
Clef k.
Miller & Blackford,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
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