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LOCAL NEWS BUDGET
The funeral of Joseph Schmid was held from the Catholic chure last Thursday afternoon. Inter mnent was made in the Libby cen etery. Rev. Father Hannah con ducted the services. Work on the Blackford block o the corner of Mineral and Fourti is progressing rapidly. The fram, is up and the building pretty wel closed in. The Coast Bridge company' crev have the false work on the bridg about finished and started laying steel yesterday. J. D. Weir spent the fore part o the week in the eastern part of the county campaigning for the count, assessor job. Judge Geo. F,. Davis was ini towi from Troy last week. John P. Bowen, democratic can didate for clerk and recorder, ha been spending the fore part of the week at Warland and intermediate points. Morris Patrick, one of the old timers of Flathead and Lincolt counties, died at Whitefish lasi week. Mrs. E. A. Turner of Kalispell arrived in town Saturday. Mrs. A. Milton was a visitoi from Troy Sunday. F. S. Wilson of Spokane was a Liby visitor Sutiday. The Libby Lumber company brot inl another large crew of men from Spokane last Friday to work in the logging camps on ,ibby creek. E. A. Willson of Great Falls spent Sunday in the city. Henry Schriber has been spend. ing the last week in town from Swamnp creek. -- .m,,=.m ao - Libby Commercial Company We will be in our New Quarters in the Blackford Block on Novemb'r 25 with a complete new stock of the latest and niftiest designs in gents' furnishings LIBBY COM'L C o Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Martin ar t rived from Bemeji, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jud Hullendorf arrived from Eureka, California, last week for a ten days' stay in town. Mr. Hullendorf is a protum inent mining man and in company with A. V. Howard is inspecting some of the Libby creek placers. County commissioner F.P.Garey was in town the fore part of the week. County commissioner J. P. Bart lett was in town from Troy the fore part of the week attending to county business. Earl Price of Troy spent the week end in Libby. On another page of this issue we have reproduced a map of th2 new park to park road. We were en abled to do this through the cour tesy of P. N. Bernard of the Kalis pell Chamber of Commerce. Cut this out and you will always have a map to refer to, Claude Houghton was in the city the last of the week from Libby and purchased a large amount of logging supplies.-Kalispell Jour nal. Paul Neils, manager of the Libby Lumber company, transacted bus iness in Kalispell the fore part of the week. Attorney J. M. Blackford was a business visitor at Troy Monday. Timothy Miller has been cam paigning in the east end of the county the last few days. Mrs. Harry Elliston was elected state superintendent of the young people's branch of the W. C. T. U. .t the convention at Stevenisville last week. J. Thurman, the Kalispell fruit tree man, is spending the week in I,ibby and vicinity. The county treasurer's office is a busy place these days Taxes are being paid and Treasurer Friend has his hands full. Contractor O()dgaard is in town from Kalispell to bid on the sewer job. Mr. Odegnard is one of the keenest bidders in the state at;d mnakes good on any job. Miss Bess Tate journeyed to Troy yesterday to furnish music for the republican rally at that place last night. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Smith of Butte were visiting with Mrs. J.M. Kennedy this week. Matt Welsh is visiting his broth er, Dan Welsh, and the two WVelshes are now in the woods making life sorry for the big game. Game Warden S. F. Ralston re turned to Kalispell Wednesday, after spending a week in the vici t ity of Libby. R. W. Wetmore of Minneapolis has been speuding the week in town looking after his intersts here J. W. Scott of Cabinet valley is registered at the Libby hotel this wee '. M1. D. Murray was down from ltureka Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. ndimoudid ind son and Mrs. Hairy Fleeland )f Rexford were in town the fore a.rt of the week as witnesses in he insanity case from that place. Contractor C. H. Kelly of Kalis )ell was in town Wednesday in onltetllon with the sewer contract. Socialist Ticket For the I,egislature-C, H; Conner. Conmty Attorney-J. D. Posten. 'I'l easurer---Jasper Grahamn. Clerk andi Recorder--S. Werno. t'leik of the Court--Harry Tripp. Sheritf-W. S. Megquier. Assessor---J. J. Cummings. Suletriutleulent of Schools-F. D Head. County Commuissioner-J. W. Leigh. Surveyor--S. G. Ratekin. Coroner--G. W. Waters. Public Administrator-Mike Petery. NEWS NOTES FROM TROY !NEWS ITEMS FROM URAL 1.U1 Lo.oerg, rancher, living southl of town, met with a serious acci (lent Sunday afternoon. Hie wa: engaged in helping his brother Oscar build a houste on the Sloan ranch, and they were both on a scaffold together, fourteen feet from the ground, when in some way the Y scaffold slipped and Ed fell to tlhe ground and the heavy plank fell on his leg, breaking it at the knee. Mr. Colberg had Ihis leg broke be fore and it healed stiff, so the fall on the stiffened limb was more than enough to break it. J. M. Blackford, democratic nom e inee for county attorney, was in Y our midst Monday mixing med icine with local democrats. Mr. Blackford says the political horizon tor the democrats never looked bet ter and that they were gaining ground everywhere. v The valiant, but defeated, basl:-.t ball player:, returned Sunday floni) Libby in tmore or less good condi tion due to their scrinmmaage, a sad L der and we hope a wiser lot. I'The. girls did remarkably well, consid ering their previous training ani cimnotiiit of experience, and we hope to see themi "put it all over the Silbby girls" when they play the return game here next week. T.e sides it is not polite to take the first game if the losers are expected to play again. G. IT1. Jones of Libby paid Troy a professional visit Fi iday and Sat urlay of last week. Jacob Isch of Green Acres, Wash , arrived here last week to do assessment work on his mine on GIouuse mountain. Mr. Ischl has distinction of being the oldest miner in the county, being ..5 ears ohl. F. II. Keller, I,ibbyv's leading jeweler, paid our little city a bus iness call last Thutrsday. The presidenlt's special, consist ing of two cars; and ocicupied ljy president C. K. Gray, sup.rinl-inil ent WV. R. Smith, and gelmi al superintendtent C. G(. Jenks,arrive.d in 'roy Monday from a tour of in spection of the division, air. (;Griy and party continued on their way after a brief vi it here. The Troy switch ;tnmgine is (iik ing day and night now, din to in creased tbusiness. to Spokane Sunulay, after a \i' it with friends here. A carload of six-inch pipe was unloaded here Saturday for tL.h Great Northern railway. Altho not absolutely definite, we have it on( good authority that this pipe is for the laying of a tpipe line to the old gravity pump house at the box canyon of the Callahan creek, about a mile from town. An engi neer of the road was looking over the site and taking umeasuremen;s and notes and it looks as tho the railroad l)ropo e to constru:t a dam across the mouth of the box can. yon and utilize the water power to convey the water thru the pipe line and furnish water for the shops and water tank here. John P. Bowet, democratic can didate for county cletk atol recor der, paid Troy a visit MIouday. The Montana Cedar companly, the company that will start oper ations on Lake creek this season, logging on a big scale, received another car rof horses al!d lunmber for their camps. The mnany friends of Miss Francis Inman will be glad to learn th.a she is slowly improving from hrii -..r ious illness and is on a fair w..' o recovery. Miss Inman i' !:! Port land, at the home of her sister, NIrs. Thomas. John Houck purchased a lot last ,,eek and expects to bIuil in the lear future. The large plate glass in the dry ;oods section display window of I). ',. Wood's department storic w.s broken last Friday by a stranger Iecidentally slipping utip against it. Money to loan on approved se urity. A. I,. Thomnpson. :rcd Stansel was a business call I:-r in l,ibby Thursday and Friday. r Mr. and Mrs J. H. McCarthy i ei rned from Kalispell last week, after spe,.nding several weeks at the thospital there. l'ctr Prettyvwood has returned lit m Wyoming, where lie has been 1loking after business affairs for the past few weeks. Mrs. Pretty wootl aceompanied him from Kal i' pc li. Joe Branham received a carload of lumber last week for the con - truction of his logging camp two and one-half miles east of Ural. The bull moose contingent of I'ral was not represented at the Troy convention. Colonel Elmer E. Elsworth, the tltced scout, guide and mountain climber, returned(- from Glacier park ; .,t week. Joc, iraunhaimi was in Libby a few ::\ ,s ago, intending to come home ·i No. 44,. but missed the train. \; lie turned to go to the hotel he i ticcd a large box of merchandise marked "To Ural." Joe imme ,lilt, l seated hiumself on the box u.l stayed there for three long hIarts expecting it to start any miu John McCarthy had hysterics t!ei other night when he discov (,d he had been winding an eight l:,v -loc-k every day for the past 1w-inty years. Oscar Gibler says he has quit l ,lhliilg hanlds, as lie held a girl's hand vl when a kid at school and had the itch for several years afterward and don't care to take any mlore Mrs. Galme; is quite progressive i e1 t m!t I ;t:.agentiCtl of her house Ittl,I affa:irs. She has replaced her il p ntry door with a new one ', ,.i ic: action springs. She Is a .-. '1e ltrsing to teach W allace tiO push it opitn inslcad of pulling it to blili, a:; ihe did the old door. Mr. (';,hI s i, quite forgetful and tlhe hd, r has spanked him into the flotr I,.t rcel so oftent that he is be uintniitt to look like an animated dumpling.. The farmters around t-ral have cotlleted ga ltering their crops a <id ire ar.i;ngiing their affairs for the' ru ll winter hilbetiation. "I M (OT I l V .i,LIR I'. l l d Colllllmisioner,. Noutary Itiblic. S-+ - - MONTA.\NA ;,TY DRAY ..ANI) 'TRANSFER .EGtQUIER & PETERS, Prcrrs. Pririmpt Service andl Careful I)elivery... S'Lil; ()1F MONTANA, 1 CO'(UNvy O1F I,NCOI,N. ) I, Samuel Carpenter, County Clerk and Recorder of Lincoln County, Montana, d i hc:eby certify that A. I. l:urns, the dlli\ inuminated candidate for the office of Representative in the Legislative As s.alutly (of Montana, and Herman Bock mins-, the duly nominated democratic candidate for the said office, and I). T. Wood, the duly nominated progressive candidate for the said office from L,incoln counity, to he voted for at the general election November 5, 1912, have, each for himself, duly signed and filed iii my office, not less than twenty days preced ing the date set for said election, State ment No. i, to-wit: "I state to the p.ople of Montana, as well as to the people of my county, that during my telm of office, I will always vote for that candidate for I'nited States Senator in Coungrtss who has received the highest nunliber of the people's v,,tes fir that position, at the general elecrion next preeC dini the election oif a Senator it: Congress, without regard to my indiv idual p1 eli rence." And I fu ther certify that Charles H. Conner, the duly nominated socialist coniltiale fir the office of Represeitlilive itn th Legislative Assembly of Montana fr ion Liicolnii county, to be voted lfr at the aforesaid election, has failed to file :itiher Statell.nt No. I or Statenciat No. iit mny ofrlie. Signed and sealed this 15th day of t )ctober, 1912. SAMUEL CARPENTER, r,,,1,] County Clerk andil Recorr 31 of l,incoln County. M ontai.t a :APanreThd lekedMone F you are trying to do your cooking with an ordinary range, you liav a .'leak in your purse' larger than you imagine. You are actually losing money by paying for wasted fuel-and you are wasting time and doing extra U work. If you would investigate the MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE you would be surprised to learn The Monarch will add to the ap that, by its use, you can have more pearance of the nicest kitchen and satisfactory cooking results with less work-in less time-and do it give the same satisfaction with just with but a part of the fuel you as large saving after years of use now use, as it does at first. This is important to every careful housewife Come in und let us show you the many features of the Monarch that are different from those of any other range just how each feature operates to save you steps, care and drudgery: how you need never use stove blacking or have smutty kettles to clean: how you may always know you can depend on satis factory results. We believe we can show you how you can afford to discard your present range and install a Monarch. The money saved on fuel alone will soon equal the price of a Monarch and vou can thereafter have all the splendid saving service for years as a clear, clean profit. The Monarch is worthy of yo.,r careful and immediate consid eration, FLEEK & FLEEK I,. E. Throop A. M. Hoffman Wm. E. Reed Mngr. and Treas. President V. P. and Sec. (Incorporated) Electric, Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal Contractors Electrical, Mechanical and Hydraulic Engineering Libby, - - Montana The First National Bank of Libby Opened for businesl Jan. 19, 910o CAPITAL $25.000.00 - - RESOURCES $200,000.00 OFFICERS : C. ED LUKENS, President F. M. PLUMMER, Vii-c-Pres. CHESTER A. ADAMS, Cashier DIRECTOQRS: JAS. STONECHEST E. W. DOE F. M. PLUMMER C, ED LUKENS CHESTER A. ADAMS G. W. MILLETT E. A. SOUTHWICK B. A. MacClain, construction foreman on the bridge here, has beet quite sick for the past week and is still confined to his bed. J. L. DeHart, deputy state human officer from Great Falls.was a visitor in town Wednesday. A. T. Purdv of Eureka was a visitor in town Sunday. Geo. H. Grubb, a prominent Kalispell attorney, was a business visitor in town this week. P.S.Rush,representing the Dunn commercial agency, was a visitor in town the fore part of the week. C. A. Sears, manager of the Coast Bridge company, was in town inspecting the work being done onl the bridge at this place. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pival on Wednesday, O;tober 23rd, a son. The high school basket ball team of girls was billed to play a game at Troy last Saturday evening, but owing to the lateness of the train going west the Troy girls came up here and the game was played in the opera house, The score was 16 to 5, in favor of Libby. The play. ers from Troy were: Mrs. H. L. Baker, Grace Clay, Ruth Clay, Franlces Baggs, Miss Mikaelson and June Roberts. The Libby players were: Marguerite Crystle. Beth Klenck, Grace Oyvnbey,Daris McCrory, Lillian Burns and Arnie Gibson. TIOS. D. LONG Lawyer Baffalo Block - - Kalispell, Mont.