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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1911

In the Three-Room Flat By DOROTHY bOUGLAS Copyright, 1910, by Associated Literaiky Preis. "I'm sick of boarding!" Bob Drake threw. himself into the big chair in the first floor front room and glow' ered at his room mate. "Well-I'm not a boarding-house keeper, am I? You needn't look at me as if I had gotten the cOlamin the chowder tonight-I swear I didn't." Jtmmy Rogers took his pipe from the mantel and lighted it leisurely while he looked at Drake through half-closed lids. Why don't you get married-if you-" "Cut it out-the only girl threw me down a year and a half ago and I'm a jolly bachelor for the rest of my days." "I'm sorry, old man-I didn't know-" "It's all right, only-" Drake looked out into a sunlit sky-"there's no other girl for me." "Some other fellow I suppose?" "No," Drake laughed a short, harsh laugh, "she gave me up for a box of paints, but I would take her back paints and all-if she'd have me. I told her at the time I never would, but-I have had eighteen months in whi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1911

T."HE EN T."R PR.I SE-ij PILE `IAC UIA'A A 1NNT'E3.P~tISK ).'fII. C1 ):. 'IZýz":º,'$. Ent~ere~d ii thiie rn.rt Ofliea at 4atlt~a, Moataiua 4.4ASeon i C~ait i Mail Matter. SUBS *4C RI I'TION *2.00 jM12 1RYEfAR. CANAI )I A UIted R~l ERy Thday >i4) t Pe Year. 1'Ilblinlledl EveryQ Thlurada · in thle Year.t ('harles James Iunglies, Jr., U. S. s~e.'ctr fromi Colorado, died at his hIoni' in i)enver ,1anuary 11 , after an illness of nearly a year. Frank Goteli, thle chllalpion -vre.tllcr, was married in lowan re cently. His friecids hope that he will not break his wife's hold. C'hinanien have beetn ordered by their emperor to have their queues removed by February 14. Has this edict been made to supply Ameri can ,onmen with more hair? Senatlor Carter has introduced a 'bill into the U. S. Seiate providing for a grant i f 50,000 acres of land for the maintenance of an insane asylmn in the state of" Montana. lt]lpresenlalli'e It. J. Moore of Valley county has i litrodleted House Bill No ~2),...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1911

South Side Track. for REO Au , h for r , t of and Symmetry, have no superior. Our Garage, which is nearin completion, will be equipped with up-to-date machinery. -,. - --KlK ·We do General Blacksmith - ing and sell Pumps, Tanks and I Windmills. Your Success and 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 ndmerous, 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 hav...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1911

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inm M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor. MALTA, - MONT. BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOR THE BUSY MAN MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OP THE PAST WEEK, TOLD If CONDENSED FORM. ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review of Happeninge of Greatest Interest From All Parts of the Globe-Latest Home and For eign Items. PERSONAL. Members of the National Civic Fed eration from thirty-four states met in New York to discuss compensation for individual accidents, regulation of corporations and industrial arbitra tion. Roosevelt, MacVeagh, Root, Carnegie, Cummins and other promi nent men were on the list of speak ers. Charles J. Hughes, junior United States senator from Colorado, died at his home at Denver, after a long ill aess. Death was due to a general breakdown. Benjamin H. Cramp, a former mem ber of the Cramp Shipbuilding com pany, died at a hospital in Philadel phia of gas poisoning. Relatives say he was found in the bathroom of his residence with the gas turned on. Cor...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1911

Wonderful Paying Propeiition in Western Canadian Prairies. So much is heard of the wheat, oats and barley grown in the prairie lands of western Canada, and so mhuch has boeie told of the wealth to be made out of the raising of cattle on the succulent and rich grasses of those fertile plains, that a most important product has been al most lost sight of, Flax. Recent press reports advise us that on one of the last boats to clear from Fort William (at the head of Lake Superior) for Buffalo, there were 241,000 bushels of flax valued at $583,220, and on another boat leaving the same day there were 288,000 bushels valued at $720,000. There has been a big demand for Ca. nadian flax this season, and the lake movement has been very heavy. Flax Is always a sure crop, and gives to the farmer who is anxious for quick return after getting on his land, the chance he is looking for. There is opportunity for thousands yet, on the free homesteads of 160 acres, and many of these are available within ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1911

A 1911 INVESTMENT SFinanei'~lnd o itions are such at this time that the prudent man with surplus funds for investment during the year 1911 will invest 'such funds where they will earn a safe rate of income and at the same time be accessible at any time. Certificates of Deposit issued by this bank meet these Iequirements. They are safeguarded by capital, surplus and profits of over $450,000 and thirty years' con servative, successful banking. , They drawos.liberal rate of interest as safe banking will justify, and your money is where you can get it. "Banking by Mail" brings this investment for 1911 to your door. The Stocdmans National Bank OF FORT BENTON! MONTANA The Oldest and Largest Bank in Northern Montana & CAPITAL, SUrIPLUS, AND PROFITS OVER $450,ooo.oo b[Alev G. BaROwaN, Piresident J. V. CARROLL, Vice President M. "W. TODEn, Cashier BoAnR Or DIRECTORlS Chas. E. Duer Jlohn Harrti M. E. Milner David G. Browne Chas. Lepley C. H, Merrill Jno. V, Cartoll A. S. Lohman Jos. Hirsh...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1911

TH ENTERPRISE. d Tf~eek~y. A'Yeii.papuer W'ioswe fntere.vt.ý are Identified writh. thwse '/' .YVirt/h~,u Jf'wtqrrt,n (and Es)eoiatlii of the JlIM, RivYer I Urley ,Vol. ]iy MALTA, VALLEY (C)UNTY, MONTANA, THURSID)AY, JANUiARY tu 1I I1. \o, 11, OUTLOOK FOR SUCCESSFUL FARM ING WITHOUT IRRIGATION p ýN MONTANA CONCLUSIONS BY PROFESSOR SHAW BASED ON OBSERVA- t TIONS OF PAST YEAR. RIGHT METHODS ASSURE THREE GOOD CROPS OUT OF FOUR f. In response to the request for some of the conclusions I have reached with reference to the agriculture of Montana, I enclose the followinig: These conclusions are based largely on the experience of the past season in handling Montana lands, and to some extent to observation. The conclusions with reference to the ag riculture as yet undeveloped are b~aed on natural conditions pertain ing t~o soil and climate, linked with the inevitable trend of increase and development in certain directions. First. I ant satisfied that, al ..thougli good crops are sometimes' gr...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1911

MaltaEnterprise. The Malta ,Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor MALTA, - - MONT. BRIEF NEWS NOTES *FOR THE BUSY MAN MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK. TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM. ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review of Happenings of Greatest Interest From All Parts of the Globe-Latest Home and For sign Items. PERSONAL. Eugene Ely, the aviator, accom * plashed a new feat In aerial navigation at San Francisco by flying from land In a Curtiss biplane and alighting on the deck of a warship anchored in San Francisco bay. He started at once on the return flight and finished it successfully. Henry Cahot Lodge was re-elected by the Massachusetts legislature to his seat in the United States senate for the fourth time by the margin of six votes, two of which came from Democrats. Although Charles M. Schwab and William E. Corey as presidents of the United States Steel corporation re ceived $100,000 a year, James A. Far rell, the new president, will receive only $50,000. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1911

inWRDB. K "O T HAS been told before this how the African treasures of the National Museum in Washington brought out of the dark continent by Theodore Roosevelt, Edmond Heller, Dr. Edgar A. Mearns and 3. Alden Loring, are stored away in great chests and on shelves in by-rooms of the museum building, and how the specimens of big game will not be mounted for general inspection until many months have passed. The treasures are all In the big building, however, and if one has in terest and~ patience one of the scientists will dra iv them forth from their recesses 'and give 'him a chance to study and to admire. It was my good luck not long ago to be in -vited by Theodore Roosevelt to go through the National Museum with him on' a tour of exam -ination of the pelts of the big mammals, and the skins of the many colored birds and of the small &K0/A 0 A4VD0 WA7TR WUffAZ O 5qg~yLiL'iy tY7}. ",,:a'S:: ý' ý{r '' >'," .ý}+.': *ý ýX;,Lý;,.4.,,{.~ . *"..kl> . i::ý.. ýý, "1 ?",`,.{.'G.++: :5...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1911

TH1E ENTERPRISE <> TUE' MNALT.A E NTER PIU1SIh Pt1 J. CO., 1' :U's. CIAN .])[AN\ S4UJ1'4C1JI P,"TJO)N. s42..54 1'"l12 YE11A It - --- ----I'rii nitbed IeviY 'I'hntiixdnY ill tbf' Year. R~obert lBiini., %V(ottIish poil, ,o sin~c14. 'rui oýus I liiie has (liscov121Cd sixI% thouis:Intil new ii' irnls. tses to) mauke POuO)IC12 hi k they iii terest hint, where reailly t hey onlyv I.ak hinit) weIIV. ---Fonsv I le Tii es Rtepresenta ttive \VUeeler of Silver B~ow hits in troducied a bill wvliIChI has Pir its object I lhe regulation of the sale toid use of' explosives on the lnurtli of 'July. Thuis bill is ini line w ithl the enatme nent of the progressive .cities, not only of' Montana, buit of the eit ire country. auid if the iness iaFe meets withI opposition it will ,sqt-jt fromn those who do not realize thie toll of life exacted by the old linetbod of the indiscriminate sale ,,sYi list- explosives on the Fourth e~f .Jull. Here's Hoping Before the Twelfth Legislative . sseinbly adjour...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1911

~~~~S CIfK7~j...~ 4 SC US TER, South Side Track. Agents for REO Autos, which for Durability, Beauty' of Finish' and Symmetry, have no superior. Our Garage, which is nearing completion, will be equipped with up-to-date machinery. We do General Blacksmith ing and sell Pumps, Tanks and Your Success and 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 busilness. 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 banik 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 transa...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1911

'Someý SuspiciousPesn Enquired if we were "hiring" a certain "week!l " ape to abuse us. Of course every time a spot light is turned on from any source k offers a splendid chance to talk about the merits of the products, but 'Pon honor now, we are not hiring that "Weekly." The general reader seldom cares much for the details of "scraps." A few may have read lately some articles attacking us and may be interested in the following : Sonmc time ago a disagreement arose with a "Weekly." They endorsed our foods by letter, but wanted to change the form of advertising, to which we objected. The "Weekly" discontinued inserting our advertisements while they were negotiating for some changes they wanted in the word ing and shape of the advertisements, and during this correspondence our manager gave instructions to our Advertising Department to quit advertising altogether in that "Weekly." Quite a time after the advertising had been left out, an editorial attack came. We replied in newspapers a...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1911

Wht ShU *Be? - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --0 MAN-O'-WAR'8 MAN. If your boy enlists In the navy at seventeen and Is a warrant officer by the time he Is forty. seven he can retire on $150 a month for life.. Alec, there's the possibility that he may rise to the commissioned ranks, as sev eral high naval officers have done. The different trades that your boy can learn wIhiie a blue jacket-The various promotions and the pay, together with the extras that may be earned in divers ways. By C. W. JENNINGS. HE glare and glitter of brass bands and soldiery have un bounded attraction for the average full-blooded boy; but add to this the fascina tion of the sea and navy Sife, visiting the ports of the world, e envy of all their acquaintances on and with good living, good pay, and' pertain advancement, and you have a Condition that would be even more }ppealing. Just this life is open to every boy Of seventeen, and practically as well as theoretically, he can keep going up ýs far as he likes...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1911

jfl Thompson Lumber Company DEAERS IN j HARDAND SOFT COAL Qality the Best and Prices Right. Have a complete line ~AR~of Storm Doors and Window Sash ILMBER FIGURES: Df-'Doii t miss us oi . ill1 of build ing mterial. Let us give you an estimate. HIF YOU BUY CANDY mew in. w Why not buy the best? Try the MARINUKA CHOCOLATES if you want the best. For sale only AT THE ' '1 WHOA! WHOA! WHOA! Oh You Mule! Why not get the CITY DRAY AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CO. Best Equipped Spring Rigs and Heavy Wagons made for the purpose. Strongest, Quickest and Most Reliable in the city. Always Johnny on the Spot. COA WATER WOOD ICE G. W. HEWITT The New Year day - is past but not too late - to make a good new resolution, resolve to ~ be on time. There is no better time of the year than January to get a good F 232reliable time piece and then be on time the whole year. The best time pieces can be bought at the Jewelry Store and we will guarantee them to run and run right. Watch, Clock and Jewelry re pairing a s...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 February 1911

S* THE ENTERPRISE. .1Weekly .XIewspaper Moss'. hnterest.v ,Are Iden~tified with, those of .Pkorth~er, .4fon&tca~V wL '&.spid 8jha)~ll of the Mfilk~ River -V'aZ~ey VOL. 19, MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY., 'MONTANA, THUUtSDAY, PE1IIWA)I 2, tit11. No. .ýý* :REPORT OF BOARD OF, ARMY ENGINEERS IS' MADE PUBLIC INFORMATION REGARDING MONTANA PROJECTS. MILK RIVER PROJECT FEASIBLE FROM ENGINEERING AND ECONOMIC STANDPOINT Washingtozi, ,ian. 28. In the re-I port of. the army enigineerling board on the reclamation projects, submit ted to congress by 1'resident Taft, the following statistics are giveni of the Montana projects: liuntly, total area, 8~2,844 acres; 28,154 acres public lands subject to reclamfation act; 4,090 acres private lands; 12,4100 under irrigationl, 1910; $000 acres open to entry, 1910, St. Mary's M~ilk River, 196,000 acres; '16,000 acres public lands sub ject to reclamatlon -act; d1O.000 acres private lands; 10,000 acres state and school lands; 8,000 acres lands un der iirirga...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 February 1911

MaltaEnterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor. MALTA, - - MONT. BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOR THE BUSY MAN MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK, TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM. ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review of Happenings of Greatest Interest From All Parts of the Globe-Latest Home and For sign Items. PERSONAL. For the first time since the debate in the United States senate in the case of Senator William Lorimer of Illinois began mention was made of the reported interest of the president in the unseating of that senator. The reference was by Senator Paynter of Kentucky, who was a member of the subcommittee which made the inves tigation into the charges. The appropriation of $100,000 to provide for the erection of a memo rial arch at Valley Forge, Pa., has been urged on the national house of representatives In a communication from the secretary of war. Bishops of a dozen or more Episco pal dioceses snd hundreds of visiting clergymen gathered In St. Paul...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 February 1911

7'RUS8i' RaP+UDI'ATD. The N$lienai Grange Opposes the Medical. Trust. In its last annual session the 1?. _ ne-range passed the ooin resolutions: WHEREAS, The resolutions adopt. ed at the 43rd annual session of the National Grange,. favoring the consoli dation' f the various 'federal health bureaus, have been used by the Com-. mittee of One Hundred on National Health as an endorsement of the pro posal to create a new federal depart ment. to be called the Department of Public Health; and WHEREAS, The attitude of the Na' tional Grange in this matter has been misrepresented by the advocates of a Public Health Department; and WHEREAS, The creation of such a Department would involve the appoint. ment of thousands of unnecessary of. fice holders, and the expenditure of millions of dollars, which could be bet ter devoted to establishing parcels -post, aiding the states in the work of road improvement, and other reforms In which the Grange is interested; therefore RESOLVED: "That the Nationa...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 February 1911

-2-0 per cent reduction inpiem wrot oe THE ENTERPRISE Enºtered ini the post ottheý at Matlta. Mdontaui~t :ai ý! I; 1 lass Mail Matter. SUTJ-SCRLL'TION S2.O()( I±.1R Yi.ARj CAN ADIAN SUi33CWR11'TIoN. 82..3l) 1.'1;1 YFAIL I'iilished 1 very ''IThursday in the Year. *l'ct~i inie. IS 5 INN jiss- enator, Like AUx a, Oil ()I :;2 ' t'ills otld. A in-oo liov Is i~lliatluc~l to somiC of thec othe ;tate se oat (us. A itholuigh we hear mn ch said about liard t i ies ini Malta, we hav~e heard Of' no one yet, like the strong youing mani at thle Art Inist it ute in Chiicaigo, who is advertising for' a position that he may get thlree square meals alay'. In hisa caise the job was so much us'eedeil tiat lie was willinig to stay with thle chl dreni or be a compa iiion fra dlog. Farming Vs. Half Farming. Good win's Weekly says 'hie fur mvsha vi skimmed over t he surface of' the t'iiited States, Big fisrnis J~an' ye bei t I e rule and i iiper ect t'arniiiig' has aulso too often bieen thle i rule. Now sv...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 February 1911

South Side Track. Agents for REO Autos, which for Durability, Beauty of finish-and Symmetry, ý ºn aihave no superior. A / Our Garage, which is nearing completion, willibe euipped with up-to-date machinery. k9 in an/elPupTnk1n I )tidmls JIK Your Success and Ours TIhe success of t his ha4,k depends onl the suc cess of thle people who (depiosit and borrow here. Only as our people are successful can we hope to cont iniLe ti buid hip1 a strong business. On thle other hand, our people are dependent on the bankk fnrmanni services which they could not get other wise. Thle benefits of a batik connection are niumerous, and the service rendered be this batik toi customers is just a little bit better than they exp~ect 'fromt any Ibaink. We are interested in the success of our patrons, we wish toi see them prosper, and they do, for it is ait undeni able fact that our customers are more generally suiccessf ul than those people who have no batnk connection. If you are transacting y-our business th...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 February 1911

TOi MvILLION PEOPLE IN THE CANADIAN WEST BY 1920 "Toronto Star," Dec. 16th, 1910. The prediction is made that before 1920 Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Al 'berta and British Columbia will have 'ten million people. It is made not by .a sanguine Western journal but by that very sober business newspaper, the New York Commercial. It is based upon actual observation, upon the wheat-growing capacity of the Ca sadian West, and upon the prospects of development following the build ing of railways. The writer shows bow the position of leading wheat market of the world passed from Milwaukee to Minneapolis and thence to Winnipeg. Canada's wheat-grow ing belt is four times greater than that of the United States, and only live per cent of Canada's western agri. cultural area ia. under cultivation. Trhere are 170,000,000 acres of wheat lands which will make these Western Provinces richer, more populous, more dependable for food supplies than the Western States can ever become. The center of food suprem...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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