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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1910

BYSTEM FULL OF UR10 AOID-THE UREAT KIDNEY REMEDY OURED Two year go I wa very sick and afte being treated by several of the best phy.i elans in Clinton, I did not seem to e any better. I was confined to my bed. Beein your Swamp-Root advertised, I re* solved to give it a. trial. After using it for three weeks, I found I was gaining nioely, so I continued until I have taken a number of bottles. I am now restored health and have continued my labors. - system was full of Uric acid, but Dr. iL. mer's Swamp-Root oured me entirely. am sixty years old. Yours ve truly, W,. o. CoOK tate of Iowa Clinton, I. linton County * On this 18th day of JulyA. D., 1900, W. C. Cook to me personally known a. peared before me and in my presence sub scribed and swore to the above and fore going statement. DALE H. SHEPPARIA Notary Publie, In and for Clinton Count . t ola -ot Will Do For Yo d to Dr. Kilmer & Co,, Binrha. ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince an one. You will also receive a bookl...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1910

GRAND CHRISTMAS BAZAAR, Nov. 24th to Dec. 24th EVERY NOOK AND CORNER OF OUR BIG NEW STORE REFLECTS THE XMAS SPIRIT. Store will be Open Saturday Evenings until after the holidays. DOLL C ONTEST! ,e're readi witli g.if for et.,er, od. All.e,.r the store-in e.c~. dtpariurent, at carer.,. ,uru-.,oui, 0 Sfid solutions to the harassig Xnmas probhlem of "\What o give.PR M I M S away on Christmas to the one guessing nearestan her age. A sealed envelope i ,looked I the Little Novelties that many shoppers prefer. bowls free tone oh ae A se e rtr patrons during the o'clock a. m. Christmas day. 0 ever umeuuber of the fumnily, you can find a suitable gift at our stone. plain our plan of distribution MALTA DRY GOODS COMPANY NEW LOCATION SOUTH SIDE IN THE NEW CAVANAUGH BLOCK TIHEF ENTERPRISE UIt4CR[I1't`ION\ 4t2.O() PER 11 A I ('Ni:\\.)IAN SUJ]*4CRIPTIO . ý2..3) 1'F: KYE+AR I'uIiislied Ilvery 'Ii u rschy ii the fear. Satet is n(W- I (I I ,I))O,00 O. \\'illiunl I lunt, nol w ; jiiud'e (1' the .,url...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1910

Your Success and Ours The success of this ha, k depends on the success of the people who deposit and borrow here. Only as our people are successful can we hope to continue to build up a strong businiess. On the other hand, our people are dependent on the bank for many services which they could "not get other wise. The benefits of a bank connection are numerous, and the service rendered by this bank to customers is just a little bit better than they expect from any bank., We are interested in the success of our patrons, we wish to see them prosper, and they do, for it is an undeni able fact that our customers are more generally successful thanthlose people who have no bank connection. If you are transacting your business through this bank, you have assurance of our personal interest in your welfathre. The First State Bank Malta, Montana H. G, fIobioson, President C. F, Morris, Vice-President. F. W. L.A, C'ashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashler DIIRECToRS. S McKennttn Geo. W. ('lay H. G...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1910

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor, MALTA, - - - MONT. EPITOME OF A WEEK'S NEWS Most Important Happen ings Told in Brief. PERSONAL. A. B. Chandler, vice-president and former president of the Postal Tele graph company, is to marry a ste nographer of the same company. He is seventy years old. While Mrs. Joseph Tener of Hemp stead, N. Y., attended the funeral of her husband, burglars entered her home and stole $2,300. This sum rep resented the savings of her husband, who just before death converted all his property into cash. Members of the house of represen tatives are angry because they did not receive invitations to Helen Taft's coming-out party. It has been learned that the invitations were sent through the Washington postoffice and were not delivered promptly. Mrs. Theodore P. Shonts, wife of the president of the Interborough Rail way of New York city, who arrived aboard the liner Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, omitted to mention in h...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1910

WORK OF YEAR REVIEWED _BY THE PRESIDENT Affairs of State Are Dealt With at Length in Annual Message. BUT LITTLE ABOUT TARIFF President Disousses Work of Tariff Board--Ship Sub sidy Is Urged. WORK ON PANAMA CANAL Need of Legislation Anticipating Com pletion of the Ditch !s Pointed Out-Change in Postal Ratea Parcels Post and Postal Savings-Economy Urged. Washington, Dec. 6.-President Taft's annual message to congress contained 40,000 words, and is said to be the longest document of its kind ever written. In it he reviews the work of each of the administrative departments beginning with the state department. He devotes considerable space to the satisfactory settlement of the fisheries dispute with England through the medium of the Hague Tribunal, and recounts both the his tory of the fisheries dispute and the establishment of the tribunal. In connection with the state depart ment he tells of the important poll tical happenings of the past twelve months throughout the entire world, and ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1910

cpaes, Surplus and Profits tLDEI)F8T AND LAI~OGEST over $450,000.00 B]ank In N\orthern Montana A SAFE INVESTMENT This bank, in its statement made to the Comptroller of the Currency at the closeofbusi sege November IOth. reported total resources of '$1,781,947.77 These large resources, combined with the safeguards of THIRTY YEARS' ,UCCE.SFUL BANKIN[.G AND GOVEINIMENT SUPERVISION assure unquestioned safety. This safety is combined with conservative profit in our CERTIFICATES OF I)EPOSIIT as an investment for idle funds.; HIanking IHy Mail will bring this to your door. OFFICERS DIRECTORS DAVID G. BROWNE.. President CHAS. E. DUER JOHN HARRIS M. I. MILNER " J. V (;ARROLI., ict\ I'a.dent DAVID G. BROWNE CHAS. LEPLEY C. H. MERRILL M. W. O() .', C.ashlr INO V. CARROLL A. S. LOHM AN JOS. HIRSHBERC; WHOA! WHOA! WHOA! Oh You Mule! Why not get the CITYIDRAY AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO. Beit Equipped Spring Rigs and Heavy Wagons made for the purpose. Strongest, Quickest and Most Reliable in the city...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1910

.d Weekly .Newpapii er Whose Interest.Q are Identifed with t/wioe ;:. V'-, ,',,,.t,.I, r,,,rv rut Espeially of the Milk River Valley VoL. lb MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1910. No. 36. MALTA STORES ALL IN HOLIDAY GARB ADMIRING CROWDS GAZE AT MERCHANDISE ARTISTICALLY DISPLAYED- ALL SUGGESTIVE OF THE YULETIDE. VERY GOOD CHRISTMAS TRADE For many days, eVen weeks, the k people of Malta and vicinity have h been looking at and buying every- a thing from a thimble to an automo- s bile for Christmas gifts. Our stores never carried larger or handsomer d stocks of merchandise from which to tl select for the giving. An4 the peo- a pl have been looking into the gt tractive store window', .iil OV§I a the bargain tables, comparing, buy- d ing, having goods put aside, and in- V cidentally asking the clerks a few t questions-that all goes with the l Christmas rush. And the children! How happy and expectant they've 11 been! Their faces have radiated t happiness in every direc...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1910

; -r- - I ýýsy -L - - ý, ý +ýtur la ýtheV- f 91 4 T was early morning of the sixteenth of December, in the year of our Lord 1473. There was a sprightly freshness in the air, yet a touch of ardor, too, for France, even in its northern parts, as in the neighborhood of Rouen, where this scene is laid, is favored with sunshine and pleasant warm breeges until the early months of the new year. Shops were closed, the tools of the mason and the shoemaker and the carpenter lay where they had fallen from the hand of the owner oý ýhere they had beed put the ajight before. But e4er3 square of Roouen all the way from the massive portal of the cathedral to the cloisters of St. Maclou was thronged, and every window threatened to burst outward from the press of heads and shoulders seeking a point of vantage. In the streets the royal archers had difficulty in keeping a little way clear, and were forced often to threaten and sometimes to prod into order the crowding masses. Something of unusual natur...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1910

TIMELY SUOOESTIONS i , ''THAT WILL HELP THE HOSTESS L. Auction Sale of Paintings. This affair may be arranged for a church society entertainment or used at a private party. Prepare an at tractive catglogue of the "paintings," then oannoue that they will be sold at acti tle all ithe Articles up 1t. tissue paper so they will look attrao tive; some may be put in boles. Much of the success depends upon the man phosen to act as auctioneer. $esas or\ toy coils: may; be used as, , money, or the bids may be made ,verbselly, the. autioneer haying an- ad siutant to keep tab of the bides and see th t all thb parceis or" paintings are delivered. Below I give a list of the pictures: 1. Horsqe Pal,-Hay ald oats. L The Tutor--A whistle. 5. A Bunch of Dates-Calendar. 4. A Souvenir of Greece-Vaseline box. 6. The Fortune Teller-A daisy. - 5. Rank and File-Onion and nail file. T. The Lost Chord-Piece of string. '8. The Old Man's Comfort-Pipe. 9. .Iack Beauty-A black doll. 10. The Tie that Binds-Neckti...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1910

GRAND CHRIS TMAS BAZAAR, Nov. 24th to ke. 24th EVERY NOOK AND CORNER OF OUR BIG NEW STORE REFLECTS THE XMAS SPIRIT. Store will be Open Saturd Evepings until after the holidays. DOLL CONTEST! o We're ready with gifts for everybody. All over the Store-in every department, at every turn--you'll PREMIUMS! find solutions to the harassing Xmas problem of "What to give." f A beautiful life size doll will be given We've prepared with a view of satisfying the newer trend of giving sensible presents-but we haven't A handsome lot of fruit and berry away on Christmas to the one guessing oerlke the ittle Novelties that many shoppers prefr.patrons durin the nearest her age. A sealed envelope bowls fre patrons during the containing her age will be opened at 10 in looking for that present for mother remember we have it. And for father, too, and for each and entire month. Call and we will ex o'clock a. m. Christmas day. 0 every member of the family, you can find a suitable gift at our store. plain o...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1910

an Ours The success of this ba .k depends on the success of the people who deposit and borrow here. -Only as our people are successful can we hope to continue to build up a strong business. On the other hand, our people are dependent on the bank for many services which they could not get other wise. The benefits of a bank connection are numerous, and the service rendered by this bank to customers is just a little bit better than they expect from any bank. We are interested in the success of our patrons, we wish to see them prosper, and they do, for it is an undeni able fact that our customers are more generally successful than those people who have no bank connection. If you are transacting your business through this bank, you have assurance of our personal interest in your welfare. The First State Bank Malta, Montana H. G. Robinsop, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. ilALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. S McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Rlobinson Jas. L. Le...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1910

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Ine M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor MAL A, -* - * MONT NE4S Q WEEKIN ONDENSEDFORM RECORD OP MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN, BRIEFEST MANNIR PO881LE. AT HOME AND ABROAD Happesings That Are Making History -Information` Gathered Prom All QUarters of the lobe' and Given In a Few Lines. PERSONAL. Senator Lafayette Young of Iowa made his maiden speech in the sen ate. Incidentally he stepped on the toes of his colleague, Senator Cum mine, and, i' ile kddiitting that tariff revision was necessary, refused to'in dorse the Cummins proposal to amend the rules of the senate and house to bring such a thing to pass. jelville de Lancy Landon, better knovn as "Eli Perkins," 'the humorist, is itically ill with locomotor ataxia at Iis ome in Yonkers, N. ,Y. He is sevnty-one years old and has been in Ill health for a number of years. A cording to unofficial returns T. L. Lewis has been re-elected president of the United Mine Workers of America. Returns ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1910

~ Reveal Larger Averagl of hOe -and - tr hThli An. i lpated. Sre from the grain fields f te ada as reveal by the fthe hreshers, show much yiel4('than were expected as ripening. It is a little y et to ve an estimate of the .ro4 s a `at e, but individual yields e ( various points through. o Saskatchewan and Al. oea $how t the farmirs there as a aul Ve ka4 reason to be thankful eover e results. i;cellent yields are Sepo T many portions of Mani tob i l ge , istriet of. Sadkatch *i i ast d out well, while the e portibit:bf Alberta. is splendid. T rwill l be" shown at the land ex ot :at St. Louis a sample of the MaI ts heat-a new variety and one= tat appears to be well adapted to . soil and clnimate of Western Ca a-that yielded 53 bushels to the acre. The exhibit and 'statement' will be q orted. by affidavits from the groW ts. This wheat weighs well, and eing a haIrd variety will find a readmy mgrket at the highest prices ob. tainable for a first-class article. It is interestthg to point ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1910

ati WI WHO' WHOA! WHOA! WHOA! o Oh You Mulel Why not get the CITY DRAY AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO. Beat Equipped Spring Rigs and Heavy Wagons made for the purpose. Strongest, "ll-est and Most Reliable in the city. Always Johnny on sf the Spot. COAL WATER WOOD ICE G. W. HEWITT t - --- ------ -el t Christmas Satisfaction e1 Is the greatest when you buy presents that will give the longest satisfaction. We have a nice line of presents for men, t' women and children. One of the best gifts for a young man is an accurate time piece, or a watch chain made to order of your own hair and gold mounted. We braid hdir chains to order for $2.00, mountings extra. o Get your presents at the jewelry store and get a chance at the $40.00 premium FREE. E. E. CROFUT, Jeweler, Malta, Mont. "DOUDOU" The Prince of all Stallions Is a Ithcic [Inport: l Perhesron Stallion P edigreed an I It- istered in the French and ,Am.nrican stub 1Hook as follows: f .. 'Pedigree No. 6292; Ite gister No. 14.789. DOUDOU stands r...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1910

ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interest. -w Identified witih tHaove of' .or'thpri', .,tiiulnana and !specially of I/e .Jllilk River 1ulley Vot.. 1b MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER i. 1010. No.:;^. $3,950,000 FOR THE MILK RIVER PROJECT MILK RIVER PROJECT RECEIVES CHRISTMAS GIFT-$OO1000,00 OF THE $2,O0,000 FUND AND $2,950,000 FROM REGULAR RECEIPTS-WILL BOOST VALLEY As a result of the visit of the spec al board of army engineers to Mal ta and the Milk River valley $1,000.000 of the $20,000,000 fund has been set aside forthe Milk River project. In addition to this $1,000, 000, $2,050,000 has also been appor tioned from the regular receipts, making in all $8,960,000 for the pros ecution and completion of Milk Riv er project. Sun Hives project will alsoreceive. $8,278,000. The appropriations referred to are intended to cover construction front the years 1911 to 1914 inclusive, the sums named being all that the recla mation service feels capable of using in an econ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1910

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Ina M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor. MALTA, MONT. EPITOME OPA WEEK'S NEWS Most Important Happen ings Told in Brief. PERSONAL. Charles H. Markham, president of the Gulf Refining company and the Gulf Pipe Line company, was elected in New York city to the presidency of the Illinois Central Railroad com pany, to succeed James T. Harahan. A short, squarely-built man who 27 years ago was a cabin boy on a great lakes schooner, has just returned to America for a vacation. He is Buck nam Pasha, vice-admiral of the Otto man navy and chief naval adviser to the sultan. Paul Eve Stevenson, forty-one years old, author and yachtsman, is dead at his apartments in the Hotel Belmont, New York, of pneumonia, after an ill ness of only a few hours. He was one of the participants in the ocean yacht race for the German emperor's cup in 1905, making the perilous voyage from Sandy Hook to the Lizard on board the yawl Ailsa. By the terms of the will of Robert...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1910

What Shal it B ? 4.I DRUGGIST? Even though It Is a profes sion, he can be a fully equipped and licensed pharmacist by the time he Is nineteen. How he may work his way through pharmsoy school and get actual experience at the same time. The two grades of schooling, and what they lead to. Never heard of a druggist failing In business, did you? By C. W. JENNINGS. HERE seems to many pee pie to be something mys terious about a druggist. He may be a good fellow and amiable enough to please everybody, but he is a different being to outside eyes when he retires behind the partition in the back of the drug store and be gins to pour out mysterious and evil smelling things and pound them up with a pestle, according to the unread able hieroglyphics furnished by your doctor. Then he is the druggist, and not when he is selling tooth-brushes or ice cream soda. This compounding of drugs has risen to a profession during the last few years, comparatively speaking. of almost equal importance with the s...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1910

HA HAPPYNEW YEAR MALTA DR Y GOODS COMPANY NEW LOCATION SOUTH SIDE IN THE NEW CAVANAUGH BLOCK THEENTERPRISE Ent~ered in the- pos)t oim(t.t at .N(aittt, \[onta~ni as S eoniI Class Maiil MLatter. SC7 IN4CRI UT [ON S:2.O( PIER YE:A R ('ANAl)! AN StTJ3NUIiZII T[ON. `.;2O PER YEA lIt hi ished Every Thursday in the Year. Boost! Boost! Boost! "Wht imales a good town?` was 11Ce Cf try troml~ttnded to Recretary 0. 1. iulmeso. nf t he ltoardofColrnnletce v the lhimiitons i nt itinerant *ewspaVtifl r t111111 this ntort itig. Attd .he leniret *' ret!lieit ill this wise: "What mtkes a good town? the reopl, in the townwo ivhi iave faith in i5 future: iho know the v'ahleof its "?sorrc mul olin bend their energy .o setcrinig their develotpmItent: wile motli iously, to the extent of their 'inoniiial ijul floral ahiility, fetid their :ssistancei to ever effort. miade that ,ill ossist in the pitoitlding atid .rowth Iof their city. No matter holy avtilahle or how rich natural re 'ourie5es mlas le, they ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1910

Your Success and Ours The success of this baik depends on the success of the people who deposit and borrow here. Only as our people are successful can we hope to continue to build up a strong business. On the other hand, our people are dependent on the bank for many services which they could not get other wise. The benefits of a bank "connection are numerous, and the service rendered by this bank to customers is-just a little bit better than they expect from any bank. We are interested in the success of our patrons, we wish to see them prosper, and they do, for it is an undeni able fact that our customers are more generally successful than those people who have no bank connection. If you are transacting your business through this bank, you have assurance of our personal interest in your welfare. o The First State Bank Malta, Montana Ti. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, V ice-President. F. W. iIALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: S McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Rob...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1910

THE CENSUS OF CANADA Mil GROWTH IN TEN YEARS PAST. A census of the Dominion of Canada will be made during 1911. It will slow that during the past decade a remarkable development has taken place, and, when compared with the population, a greater percentage of in grease in industries of all kinds than has ever been shown by any country. Commerce, mining, agriculture and railways have made a steady march onward. The population will be con siderably over 8,000,000. Thousands of miles of railway lines have been construction since the last census was taken ten years ago. This construc tion was made necessary by the open ing up of the new agricultural dis tricts in Western Canada, in which there have been pouring year after year an increasing number of settlers, until the present year will witness pettlement of over 800,000, or a trifle less than one-third of the immigration to the United States during the same period with its 92,000,000 of popula tion. Even with these hundreds of thousand...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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