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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 March 1911

What Shall It B? CC'----------------- RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE. Another opportunity offered by Uncle Sam that Is open to any Intelligent and trustworthy boy who is ambitious to rise above the rank of common day laborer, It is an occupation which has the great advantage of being permanent if one learns to fulfill the require rments properly-Its possibilities of advancement, too, are at tractive. By C. W. JENNINGS. T is not unlikely that one or several young men from your town or city have en tered the railway mail service and are now regu larly employed in that work or have risen to higher positions in the same line. Now your promis Ing boy can take up the work and suc ceed In it, if he happens to like this sort of employment. It is agreeable work, and fairly remunerative and there is high success possible as a re ward for industry if your boy will stay with it, besides the advantages of be ing employed by the government -un der~ .civil service regulations. That makes employment certain ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 March 1911

THE "ENTERPRI SE 1THE II MALTA ENT LRP RISE1 PfII. CO.., P]HoFts thatered in the post office at Malta, Montana as Seconl Class .Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION- 2.o00 PR'. YEAR CANADIAN SUBSOIUIPTI [ON. $2.50 PER YMAAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. "Who is Myers?" is the one uni versal question that has been going round the state since the democrats 4f the legislature broke the dead lock in a frenzy, and resurrected an tcld relic out of the political scrap heap of bygone days. Those who witnessed the wild scene enacted at the election of Myers will never for get it. It was peculiar in the ex treme. 'l'he insipid yell and half suppressed enthusiasm was different than any seen before. Breaking the deadlock and not thle election of Myers, was the cause of what enthu siasm was shown. Myers had no sooner heen nominated than the word went round "Who in the hell is Myers?'' On every side it was heard. There was one man in the joint assembly who did not ask the question, and that was the ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 March 1911

m Powel urable PRICE $1,350. Guaranteed For Life There is absolutely no question but that the PARRY is the best value for 1911. Compare PARRY specifications, item for item, with any other car at less than $1,700. Convince yourself by ACTUAL comparison. No man ever rode in a PARRY but he marvelled !at its powerful motor. No man ever saw a PARRY but he admired its racy lines and elegant finish (21 operations in the paint department.) No man ever owned a car that gave him as little trouble as a PARRY. FOUR MODELS:--S passenger, four-door, touring car; Speed roadster; or Toy Tonneau, $1,350. Large five to seven passenger Torpedo, $1,750. We are distributors for PARRY cars in central and western North Dakota and are now in a position to contract Malta and its territory to a GOOD, LIVE, man. If you want to handle a car that SELLS and that will make you friends and money, write or wire for our agency proposition. We have a good one for a hustler. Lahr Motor Sales Company 212 4th St., BISMA...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 March 1911

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Ine M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor. MALTA, * - - MONT. IMPORTANT NEWS NOTES OF A WEEK LATEST HAPPENINGS THE WORLD OVER TOLD IN ITEMIZED FORM. EVENTS HERE AND THERE Condensed Into a Few Lines for the Perusal of the Busy Man- i Latest Personal Infor mation. E Washington President Taft had a cordial inter view with the Japanese ambassador, t Baron Uchida. He sent for the baron to. felicitate with him upon the rati fication of the new treaty with Japan. c He assured the ambassador that never in the history of the two countries t had the relations been so pleasant as t they are today, and never had talk of n war been more absurd. C It now is admitted in administrative % circles at Washington that an extreme- tl ly serious condition of affairs prevails cl In Mexico and that it may be neces sary for the United States to inter vene for the protection of American 0 residents and interests. President if Taft himself is reported to have made p...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 March 1911

A Young Mans Record By JEANNE OLIVE LOIZEAUX When a young man has been in love for a year, when he has been blushing ly tWld to "ask papa," when he has asked for an interview that he may do that same, when he has no reason to believe that "papa" favors him, when the moment for that interview is at hand-well! That young man would rather charge up San Juan hill five times than knock at the library door and face the within. But for the girl bracing him he might leave the house bareheaded. Harrison Forrest, twenty-three years old, late of Harvard, athletic, baseball, swimming, some thoughts of la*, good family, good fellow and intending to settle down and leave wild oats be hind him-that is the young man! Miss Prue Wilson, twenty, daughter of Banker Wilson, very much in love, afraid of her dignified father, not a 'bit afraid of her mother, hoping dad will consent, but afraid he won't, in .which case it is suicide, cheeks scar let, heart going pit-a-pat--that is the young woman! It is th...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 March 1911

BUSINESS IS RUSHING! After a close examination of our books we find that bnsiness this year is just twice as good as it would be if it was only half as good as it is. Iverybody likes to see business rushing, so if you have been thinking of buying a good watch, ring, stick pin, cuff buttons or anything else in the line of jewelry, come in and get it and in that way keep business rushing, and the sooner you get it the sooner you will be getting the benefit of it; we handle everything in our line that is good, and our prices are good, too, for the pocket book of the purchaser. Come in and look over our ,goods whether you want anything or not. Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing a specialty. E. E. CROFUT, MALTA, MONTANA The Thompson Lumber Company DEALERS IN HARD AND SOFT COAL Qgality the Best and Prices Right. Have a complete line of Storm Doors and Window Sash LUMBER FIGURES: DT- Don't Miss us on t!i.t, bill of build ing material. Let us give you an estimate. Phone No. 49. " " "l ,, .....

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 April 1911

THE ENTERPRISE. . Weekly ,Xeitspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of JVorthterln ,lfoni,trar atnd Especirally of the llilk River lT'alley VoL. I. MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THI'IISDAY, APRIL 13. 1911. No. N5. [ " I I I I I" I I II I I I I I I I I II A NEW RULING PERMITS SECOND HOMESTEAD AND DESERT ENTRIES GIVE MANY CHANCE TO GET NEW HOME FROM UNCLE SAM. PROVISIONS OF LAW CAREFULLY EXPLAINED. The law passed by congress in Feb ruary permits second homestead and desert entries under certain condi tions. It provides that settlers who lost, abandoned or relinquished homestead or desert entries prior to Feb, 8, last, are allowed to make new homestead entries. The old law gave this right to those only who had lost their entries in the way stated prior to Feb. 8, 1908. The provisions of the new law are to this effect: Any person who, prior to approval of this act, has made entry under the desert and homestead land laws, but who subsequent to such entry, from any cause, shal...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 April 1911

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor MALTA,. . - MONT. IMPORTANT NEWS NOTES OFA WEEK LATEST HAPPENINGS THE WORLD OVER TOLD IN ITEMIZED FORM. EVENTS HERE AND THERE Oondensed Into a Few Lines for the Perusal of the Busy Man Latest Personal Infor mation. Washington Senator La Follette introduced in the United States senate a resolution providing for another investigation of the Lorimer case. The resolution tames as a committee of investiga on Senators Works of California, ýownsend of Michigan, McLean of Connecticut, Kern of Indiana and Pomerene of Ohio. The new set of rules formulated by the Democratic majority in the house was adopted after a political battle lasting four hours. To a great extent the new rules are a repetition of Lhose that have been handed down y many congresses in the past. At a caucus of Republican senators Shelby M. Cullom was elected perma nent bhairman and authorized to name a steering committee and a committee Dn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 April 1911

)hat Shall I Be? I.'-v ADVERTISING MAN. Here is an occupation open to i your boy that Is certain to be S profitable if he Is able to be come proficient in it. It de mands a fair amount of talent and unlimited energy and per severance, but the outcome will being him satisfactory financial reward and may even lead to something far beyond that. It is a calling that offers practical ly unlimited possibilities. By C. W. JENNINGS. R O phase of modern business life has shown more prog ress during the past two decades than advertising. Formerly there was little in the business to develop .r utilize talent of a high order or to command especial respect from the public. The modern successful adver ising man is an influential factor in 'usiness and even in public life and eceives a salary commensurate with is ability. The managers of the sales epartments of the largest business pconcerns are but the highest type of Advertising men and upon their direct efforts rests the prosperity of such in s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 April 1911

THE ENTERPRi.SE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUBL CO.. Prot's. Entered in the post otfice at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SU]B,4CRIPTION $2.O()00 PER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIIPTION. .O I3o PER YEAR l'uIlished Every Thursday in the Year. The suecess of t lie boys and girls' contests last year and the interest in corn grow ing, manifested by the young folls since thIat time has led the \lMontana Iuarmers' Institute of fice to plromote the oIrmation this spring of Ibos' a'ld girls' corn clubs in the rural corn dist riets of the state. It is planned that the chaIm |pion corn grower of eac h district will conlpete with those from other dis tricts tlo the countlll champlliuship and the winnlllers in this class will compete_ at the stalte fir in Helena tbr state holnors. Already quite a nlumber lof the elu1s have been ;st;rted in difflerent parts of the state. "l't'h Farm;er's Institute ofic:e will turn ish to each club seed corn and instructions hur the care of the crop. In this conne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 April 1911

Smith owed Skinner &-Co., $5.00. He went in one :day and handed them $5.00 in cash. Skinner forgot to take it off his books, and the next month presented the same bill. He thought he had paid it, but having no proof, SMITH PAID TWICE. Jones owed Skinner & Co., $5.00. He went in one day and handed them a check on this Bank for $5.00. Skinner forgot to take it off his books. But the next month when the bill was presented to him, Jones balked. He said: "See here, Mr. Skinner, I paid that bill last month and here is the check which the bank has returned to me with your name endorsed on the back, showing that you got the money." JONES PAID ONCE. This illus trates only one of the advantages of a bank account. The First State Bank Malta, Montana H. G. Robinson, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. IHALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS; 8 McKennan Geo; W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir C. E. Secrest C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Alexander Elliot Ole Veseth Saf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 April 1911

IASTE UR WHITE HOUSt one of the busi est seasons of the entire year 1 ý at the White House in Wash ington. It isn ' so much that i Easter Sunday Sis for the presi dent and his family a more crowded interval than the' first 'days of other weeks, although it is sufficiently crowded with duties, as, Indeed, is every day on the calendar -of the presidential household. How ever, it is the remainder of Easter week rather than the significant holi . . . . . .: . .. f~JT FGG ROlfING ON THE WIrTf /iOUJ J00AODJ day that inaugurates it that is a time of activity at the first residence in the land. The merry whirl starts off with Easter Monday, but that is no new thing, for Easter Monday has been from time out of mind the occasion of the great annual egg rolling in the president's "back yard." The juvenile frolic with youthful shouts and laughter filling the air has always been calculated to somewhat upset things around the executive mansion. And certainly it does turn things topsy-turvey from ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 April 1911

The Broken Bridge By CLAUDINE SISSON - O 0 n a OC1 an.. 000 0 0 n o00 arrm a o The village of Doran was on the railroad. 'The village of Brownsville was nine miles away among the hills. An" old stage coach plied between to carry the mails and passengers. T.e train which should have reacied Doran at five o'clock did not arrive until seven, and it therefore had a late start for Brownsville. There were two passengers-a man and a woman. The woman was al ready seated when the man got in. He started to draw back, hung on the steps a moment, and then decided to take his seat. The -woman was the widow Lee living in the village. The man was Jacob Smith, widower, liv ing in Brownsville. Only four hours before he had asked the widow to be his wife and she had refused him. Now he was going bock home, and she was going to Brownsville to see her sister. The situation was rather embar rassing-for Smith. He sat up stiffly and pretended that there wasn't a woman within ten miles of him. She -didn't ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 April 1911

Thirty Years Conservative, Successful Banking Capital, Surplus and Profits, Over $450,000 OUR SERVICE \DEPOSITS-Commercial accounts are solicited and accepted from those who appreciate the advantages of a ban kiing service backed by ample capital and over thirty years conitinuous successful banking. LOANS'This bank has met the needs of its customers in a satis factory manner throughi panic and prosperity. This service will be continued to the small as well as the large depositor. MONEY ORDERS-Mloney orders in the form of drafts are issued hy us for transferring funds either in this country or abroad. This is the safest and most convenient way. TRAVELERS' CHECKS-Our traveler's checks are payable in any civIlized country. They provide the safest and most convenient way to secure funds when traveling either in this country or abroad. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES-Your valuable papers wvill be safe from both tire and robbery if deposited in one of these boxes. Stockmen's National Bank, OF FORT B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 April 1911

STHE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly . Yewspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of .'."therid lonatal aw. EspeciallU of the .lfilk River T alley Voi.. 14 MALTA. VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 20O. 1911. l- i • I K Di iI i ! m III II EAGLES' HALL NEARING COMPLE TION--TO BE OPENED WITH GRAND BALL VARIOUS COMMITTEES AT WORK--BALL EXPECTED TO ECLIPSE ALL FORMER EFFORTS--LADIES TO RECEIVE FLOWERS... MUSIC BY TWO ORCHESTRAS The large garage being built by Harry Cosner, and the Opera House forming the upper story of the same building, under construction by Malta Aerie, No. 1286, F. O. E., are rapidly nearing completion and it is expected that both will be entirely finished by May 1st. The Eagle's Hall or Opera House will fill a long felt want in Malta, not only providing a town hall which will be used as a play house by show and theatrical troupes, a lecture room, and a place for all public gatherings, but a tine home for the fraternity whose name it bears. Aside from the staging...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 April 1911

PHYSICAL WRECK RESTORED TO HEALTH BY GREAT KID NEY REMEDY I feel it my duty to furnish you with .my testimonial as to what your remedy, Swamp-Root, did for me when I was a physical wreck from kidney and bladder trouble. Some years ago I was not able to do any work and could only just creep around .and am satisfied that had it not been for Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root I would not 1tave lived. After using the preparation for one month I was able to work some and when I had used $8.00 worth of Swamp-Root I could do a good day's work. .1 used about $10.00 worth altogether and would not take $10,000 for the good that it ,did me. I consider it a God-send to suffer Ing humanity for the disease for which you recommend it, and have recommended it to many sufferers. H. L. HUGGINS, Welch, Ark. Personally appeared before me this 20th of September, 1909, H. L. Hluggins, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is true in substance and in fact. I ,etter o W. A. PAGE, J. P. Dr. Ki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 April 1911

AV WAUIE A. 0 may~t~ r g OW would you like to be brought to light 2,000 years after you had been buried and to have the story of your life told again from what was found in your grave? Probably not a thimbleful could be gathered together, not a shred, not even a nail or metal scrap. Yet from the old cemeteries of -' Egypt the story of an extinct civ ilisation is being wrought out 3 ,anew. Kings and princes long since forgotten, arts long since lost, an almost endless panorama of a life that was hoary with . age centuries before Homer sang, Solomon sat in judgment; while Europe was still the haunt of scattered savages '0r OfiAr cI'r c'rr ,W ao A/V r 7IJP if I Sp and before England had been snatched from the continent by the arms of the sea. Think of the rubbish heaps of these an. cient cities being dug up and of there be ing sifted out from the debris the story of the daily life of people 3,000 and even 5,000 years gone by. Think of a bundle of let ters 3,000 years old that retold an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 April 1911

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRS1S. PUBI. CO.. I'tni Entered in thie post otiice at Malta, Montania as Seiont l (!Iass Mil Mautter. SUB CRIPTION S 2.UO YE YE:A R CANADIAN SUBSCRH1IPTION. 1642.5O) i' lU YEIA R IPublished ],very Thursday ini the Year. -- After Many Years A\bout twenty-five of the ranclhers ,iong tlie south side canal of the ir rigation project are able now, since water has been turned into the ditch, to irr'igale their rainches. The ecc htalitio lt-iecord in speakilig of the progress ,' work on St. Mary-Milk Ri verproliect says that "Arrageienits .are beiiing iade to operate the first unit of 7,s00 acres under the Dodsoni south cainal, and the telmorary lop Of Dodson dalm has bieen replced so that the canals and laterals can be primed. Construct ion woIe has been resumed oni la erals under I)od 11ln. soulh canal. Field work was continued tlhroughout the month on topographiic surveys on Milk River near Chinook and on the location of \o3wdoin and Vandalia canals." ThIs...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 April 1911

Smith owed Skinner & Co., $5.00. He went in one day and handed them $5.00 in cash. Skinner forgot to take it off his books, and the next month presented the same bill. He thought he had paid it, but having no proof, SMITH PAID TWICE. Jones owed Skinner & Co., $5.00. He went in one day and handed them a check on this Bank for $5.00. Skinner forgot to take it off his books. But the next month when the bill was presented to him, Jones balked. He said: "See here, Mr. Skinner, I paid that bill last month and here is the check which the bank has returned to me with your name endorsed on the back, showing that you got the money." JONES PAID ONCE. This illus trates only one of the advantages of a bank account. - The First State Bank Malta, Montana H. G. Robinson, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. HALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIREC'TORS; S McKennan Geo. W. Clay H.G. GRobinson Jas. L. LeNoir C. E. Secrest C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Alexander Elliot Ole Veseth Sa...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 April 1911

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Icd M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor. MALTA, - - * MONT. HAPPENIN GS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. Washington In line with the Democratic caucus action of the national house, Chairman Underwood of the committee on ways and means introduced a bill to carry into effect the Canadian reciprocity agreement and another to place on the tree list about 100 articles now duti able under the Payne-Aldrich law. These include farm implements, meats and other foodstuffs, rough lumber and boots and shoes. * * * Minority Leader Mann has an nounced the Republican assignments to committees. Every leading pro gressive or "insurgent" was given an important committee. The national house elected the committees, both Democratic and Republican members, without change or objection. Reciprocity with Canada and a farmers' free list, it was decided at the Democratic caucus, will be the legislation taken up in the order named by the presen...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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