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Sale CB D OF FANCY ARTICLES The Ladies' Guild of I C St. Luke's Mission will - Shold their First Annual Sale of Fancy Articles Friday, Dec. 6 1912 - At 3 O'clock Sat opera house a Everything Suitable for o Christmas Gifts. Make v Your selection early. - d a SOCIAL DANCE i 0 $0 At 9 p.m. Templin's Orchestra SCOME ONE! COME ALL! Tickets $1 2Sfllllllllllnl IIu unI u ltmillnlll Inlllllu c LOCAL NEWS BUDGET Mr. anl Mrs. W. G. Cave have returned to town after a monthl's stay at the HIoughton camp near Troy aitnd are now at home in East Libvy. II. M. Gompf made a profes siolal visit to T,enia Monday. The infant child of Mr. andMrs. J. ()O, lerguson died Sunday and intermient was made in the Libby ctnletery. The Libby Herald is one of the best advertising mediums in Lin colu county and has space to sell. Turkey hash has been the main item on the hill-of-fare this week but it might have been worse. School started again Monday after being closed from the day be fore Thanksgiving. For Sale-Oliver typewriter, good as new. Price, $45. Inquire at Henedict's I'larmacy. if J. i. BIOWEN. What better Christmas gift could yon seind a friend than a year's subscription to the L,ibby ierald ? It would be a welcotme gift. The li rst sleighs aml sleiglhhells made their appearance in L,ibbly on Monlday of this week. The two inch fall of snow Sunday made shlighingu po'ibllc and Megnier & Pet 1r- start d oat to do their dray ii.g work with a set of bob sleds Ib'.,ilay m1orning. Julgi J, ,. hrickson was in town lIst '. nd iv hohlin; a ses .-sii of thi dbitrict conut. Slhri if Fr:ink Bancty returned frint lIer Lodge Friday to which llatce lie htad e.eortcdl a pair of pri., oners. Set vice: ; \\ ill I.c held in the Methi odist church Sunday. Sunday school in the moi'llucig at tein o'clock preaching at i ai nd again at 7:30 o'clock in the ee\'nil'. l I III I ! i i . . S]? Th. o A.. flo',,ffian Wm. E. Reed nýr. r lire:". I'rsiIdett V. P. and Sec. 'Libby Supply Company I lcrict l , -M.chal ionial n II dIyd talic Engineering Libby, - - Montana 17 HAVE YOU MADE YOUR SELEC TIONS FOR THE CHRIST MAS TREE? We are now at home in the new Blackford block with the most select stock OF HIGH GRADE JEWELRY to be found in Lincoln county. We invite you to come in early and let us show you our new stock. KELLER'S JEWELRY STORE. Libby, Montana 1 "WATCH THE BRIGHTEST WINDOW IN LIBBY" e Big show at the opera house to 5 night. t 'The Inion Thanksgiving ser vice held in the Presbyterian church Thursday evening was well attedled. Rev. McColm of the Methodist church preached the sermon. lie delivered an able and eloquent discourse on what I the people of this country have to he thankful for. L. Roy Talmadge of Troy spent Thanksgiving in Libby. County Commissioner-elect John 1,aux of Flathead county was in town Friday and Saturday last. G. W. Millett was a business visitor at Kalispell last week. Father Harold, who is conduct ing a mission in the Catholic church at Elureka will probably come to Libby next week to hold mission services in the church here H-e is an able and entertaining talker and does a world of good wherever he preaches. Contractor Reynaud made a business trip to Spokane last Thurs day. The deer hunting season for this year closed last Saturday and if you now wish to kill a deer it will stand you in hand to know where the game warden is at. Hunting in Liicoln county has been good this fall although it has not been ia easy to get the limit as last eanr. Last year this country ex pet ienced a heavy fall of snow at the opening of the big game season which drove the deer from the mountains and made it easy for the hunter to slaughter them. This year there was hardly any snow during the entire season and if a hunter managed to kill the legal limit of game he earned what lie got. Hunting was good but you had to hunt industriously, not merely step outside the city limits and shoot as many as you wi.ihed. Rev. Father Hannah was visit ing with Father Van Aiken at Whitefish a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Morrison of Troy, Mont., are the happy parents of twin babies a boy add a girl born last Wednesday, Nov. 27. Mrs. Charles Smithers and daughter Vera of Kalispell spent Thanksgiving here visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Burns. Until after the holidays, the pho to tent will be open from ix a. m. untill 4 p.m. Rockafellow & De Lapp. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob R. Strick of Warland were in town last Satur day buying supplies. James Sherry the Fortine hotel man was a business visitor in town Sunday. Charles French, a prominent in. surance man of Helena, stopped off in Libby for a day last week while on his way to Spokane. W. D. Savage of Bull Lake was a business visitor the first of the week. D. McTaggart of Conrad, Mont. was a visitor in town Sunday. Send the folks babys' picture for Xmas. Rockaiellow & DeLapp. Robert Uregg was up from Troy Sunday. Robert L Hess was in town from Warland Sunday. Miss Bess Tate returned from Kalispell Sunday where she has been visiting with friends and re latives for the past two weeks. She was accompanied by her hus band to be,Dr Davis of Wisconsin. I)r. Davis is stopping with W. S. Fleek. There's a photographer in your town. Rockatellow & DeLapp. A little shopping now and then during this month is easier than an orgy of buying just before Christmas. The leisurely selection of Christmas presents makes their purchase a pleasure rather than a chore. It gives some opportunity for the thought which should be a large part of every present, besides you have better assortments to choose from. Real estate and loans. A. L. Thompson, Libby, Mont. tf Byron Hennings was a visitor in the city from Fortine Monday. P. N. Bernard, secretary of the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce, was a visitor in the city Monday. Fred E. Walchi of Kalispell was transacting business in the city Monday. Judge Morris has such a handy way of performing marriage cere monies that his fame is spreading throughout the land. Last Satur day Geo. Ramlon and Gala Robin son of Whitefish journeyed over to Libby to get the judge to tie the knot making them one, and that the judge did the job in good shape goes without saying. The dance given in the opera house last Thursday night by the I.O.O.F. lodge was a hummer and the crowd of dancers enjoyed a good time. The ladies' guild of St. Luke's mission will hold their first annual sale of fancy articles at the opera house on Friday, Dec. 6,' at 3 o'clock. In the evening a social dance will be given for which Templin's orchestra will furnish music. Tickets $i. F. P. Garey was in town from Rureka the fore part of the week attending the session of the board of commissioners. Money to loan on approved se tufity. A. L. Thompson. "THE BEGGAR PRINCE' The Beggar Prince has met with phenomenal success in the east and middle west, and the Pacific coast is also showing its appreciation and preference for the beauty, harmony and perfect loveliness of this 'n trancing opera. Its popularity is due to the fact that it is a rare specimen of Comic Opera, in which comedy and ro mance are wittily blended. The music is beyond question the sweet est and prettiest given to opera, and each song is a genuine bit of melody. The costumes are elaborate and exquisitely beautiful, and no ex pense or trouble has been spared in making the production perfect in every detail. Finish, precision and dramatic skill are the well known merits of Woodward & Moseley's production. The Beggar Prince will appear at the opera house for one night only, Thursday night Dec. 5.--advt, What They Spent Washington Nov. 3o.--From candidates for congress in Montana all returns of their campaign ex penses under the law have been re ceived. According to these reports John M. Evans spent $170.I6; Tom Stout, nothing; C. N. Pray, $t,ooo; W. R. Allen. $62r.20;G.A. HIorkan, $2I2.50, and Thomas M. Everett, $520. County Commissioner J. P. Bart lett was up 'from Troy the fore part of the week. Headquarters For CHRISTMAS CANDIES T PLAIN PRICE STORE . i~~ii~~ii:i: ···. .... • . .... .i Rev. Father Harold, C. P. Of Chicago Will open a Mission at tne Catholic church Sunday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 p. m. and closing Dec. 15. PROGRAM: Mass each morning at 6 and 8 o'clock. L.cture each evening at 7:30. E~verybody invited, a tay Savwfsad uyr aa We have your in. terests at heart when we recommend to you the Monarch Malleable Range THIS SPLENDID RANGE will satisfactorily fulfill the ex pectations of the most exacting housewife, and it will do it with a saving of fuel, time and labor that is really surprising. Call and examine it. It will bear the closest investigation. FLEEK & FLEEK NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Kalispell, Montana, November i6, 1912. Notice is hereby given that EDWARD C. CHAPMAN of Libby, Lincoln county, Montana,who, on July 2, 1908, made homestead entry, Serial No. c6, for N3 SW%, Section 32, Township 32N., Range 31 W., Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Timothy Miller, a U.S. Commission er, Libby, Lincoln County, Montana, on the 27th day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Edward C. Hughes, Frank Bryant, Charles R. Downing and Arthur Warner, all of Libby, Montana. Non-coal land. ANDREW W. SWANEY, N21-D26 Register. THOS. D. LONG Lawyer Bnfalo Block - - alispell, Mont. CUTTING DOWN EXPENSES. A Pruning Knife That Cut Pretty Deep Both Ways. "It is this way." said Mr. Piety Hill. *We have simply got to cut down ex. penase. There are no two ways about it. I was running over my bank ac count last night, and it begins to look like an unexpected event that forgot to happen:. We have got to cut out a lot of monkey business. There are your bridge parties. f'rinstance." "All right." agreed Mrs. Hill. "I'll cut them out absolutely. Anything else?" "Yes; those little pink tdAs you give every week or so set me back about $15 a throw." "All right. No more pink teas. Any thing else?" "Don't you suppose you can cut down oa your dressmaker's bills?" "Yes; I will buy a fifteen dollar hand me-down suit, and I won't have a dress' made all winter. Anything else?" "Your hats" "I'll make over my old ones. Is that all?" "All that I think of at present. I am glad to see you are sensible about it." "Well, then. of course you will cut out those two for a quarter cigars of yours. Ten or twelve of those a day count up." "I really hadn't thought of stopping smoking." "Well, I guess you'll have to. And then those dollar lunches that you buy downtown every noon-of course you will stop that and come home to lunch. We'll have codfish." "Oh. really, now, you are a bit un reasonable, my dear." "You will also have to cut out your tailor and buy ready made clothes. You will also have to stop having those cute little poker parties here. Your friends come and win your money. smoke your cigars and drink your whis ky. That must be stopped. It is too ex pensive." "But I have got to have that relaxa tion from business cares." "You can relax In the future by play Ing dominos with me. We will enter tain each other and save a lot of mon ey, and that goes too. It's the one best bet." "Well," said Mr. Piety Hill, "after thinking the whole matter over care fully I have come to the conclusion that we had better let things run along as they are for awhile. Perhaps we can manage it somehow." "I thought we could," replied Mrs. Hill.-Richmond Dispatch. Faster Than Sound. A railroad man was boasting about the speed of the trains on his line. "We go so fast," he said, "that bells and whistles are no use-the train keeps ahead of the sound. "Once four miles away, on a straight stretch, an engineer of ours saw a wagon. He whistled and rang and yelled, but it was useless. The next in stant we were on the wagon-crash, bang-a derailment and the engine overturned. "The engineer, poor fellow, was killed. But the ghastly thing about the accident was this: As the engineer lay dead on the roadside his voice caught him up. Yes, sir, there he lay, dead, and all around him sounded in chorus his own yells that he had used-just a minute before-to clear the track." Boston Traveler. His Service. "I should like very much," said the president of the greatest republic on which the sun ever shone. "to appoint you to an office of some kind, but you must realize, of course, that it is nec essary for me to reward our party workers before I take up the cases of other applicants." "Certainly, I realize that. I'm one of the party workers you refer to." "Oh, are you? What have you done for the ticket?" "I was one of the people who howl ed for eighty-three minutes when your name was presented to the conven tion."-Chicago Record-Herald. Plausible. C D The Customer-Is that a real ostrich feather? The Salesman-What, for tenpence! Oh, no, madam; "ostrich" is merely its som de plume!-London Sketch. Paradoxical. Bacon-There's one thing I can't un derstand. Egbert-Tell it to me. Bacon-When a couple get married it is said they become one; but, again. they say it takes two to make a quarrel.-Satlre. His Anxiety. She-You must see papa. dear, about Our marriage. But don't be anxious about the outcome. He-What I'm anxious about is the lecome.-Boston Transcript. Twin Misfortunes. "Here I have an electric runabout on my hands." '711 match you. I've got a shocking run around on my funger."-Baltimore American.