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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 April 1911

TRAIN LOAD AFTER TRAIN LOAD OF SETTLERS ARE GOING TO CENTRAL CANADA. The question of r6cipfocal trade re lations between the United States and Canada has provoked ` considerable discussion and interest. 'Whatever else the discussion may have done, it has brought out the fact that on the Canadian side of .the line' the agri cultural situation is one that forces attention, and it has also brotight forth the fact which it is well to face, that on the American side of the border, there is a vastly increasing popular tion to be fed with a somewhat de creasing proportion of food products. This article is intended to point out to those who may wish to become of those who can raise wheat, oats, bar ley, flax, cattle and hogs at the least cost that the opportunities in Central Canada are what they are seeking. During the past year the official fig ures show that upwards of 130,000 Americans located in Canada, and the greatest majority of these have settled on farms, and when the time comes, ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 April 1911

SMALL ACCOUNTS No account is too small to receive careful considera tion by the officers of this bank. Policies that have weathered the business storms for over thirty years under Montana conditions now safeguard the interests of our customers. This safety and experience must be considered among the assets of every depositor. We invite you to avail yourself of these facilities. Banking by Mail brings this service to your door. Stockmen's National Bank, OF FORT BENTON, MONTANA Oldest and Largest Bank in Northern Montana I.TEREST P.MAID ON TIME DEPOSITS The Thompson Lumber Company DEALERS IN HARD AND SOFT COAL Quality the Best and Prices Right. Have a complete line of Storm Dbors and Window Sash LUMBER FIGURES: Doni't Miss us on i; bill of build ing mnaterial. Let us give you an estimate. Phone No. 40. = =EM = = = THE JONES HOTEL MRS. MARY JONES, Prop. South Side One Block From Depot American Plan Steam Heated Fine Large Dining-Room. Other rooms comfortable and homelike. Good service....

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 April 1911

SHE E- TERPRISE. "d Weekly NYewspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of ;Xort.,,,, Mlotana and Especially of the .Milk Riziv Valley VoL. 14 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA', 'HlRiSDAY. APRIL 27. 1911. . No. .. . . .. . " " . " : " ' .. . ' .. ... . . ... .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. .. .. . . . . ." il I I . " " l ii l l ? i ,. l SPECIAL SERVICES AT CORPUS CHRISTI CHURCH THIRTY-TWO CHILDREN RECEIVE THEIR FIRST COMMUNION. CHURCH BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED-FINE MUSICAL PROGRAM Last Sunday morning Corpus Christi church was nicely filled by -the largest audience in the history of the church. A class of thirty-two children received their first commu nion. At 9:30 a. m. the procession began and the children marched to the front pews of the church, Mrs. Fred Hall presiding at the organ. The boys wore black suits with a white silk bow on the left arm, while the girls were dressed in immaccu late white with veils and wreaths. The class was composed of the fol lowing members: Master...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 April 1911

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc M. T. 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 Latest Personal Infor mation. Washington The majority report of the wayc and means committee on the so-called farmers' free list bill, submitted to the house by Chairman Underwood, shows that the bill would reduce the tariff revenue $10,016,495, based on importations for the last fiscal year. Representative Berger, Socialist, of Wisconsin, wants congress to have power to call a consts.utional conven tion. He introduced a resolution pro posing an amendment to the Consti tution granting that authority and characterized the Constitution as "antiquated and obsolete." Former Speaker Cannon in a speech in the house vigorously assailed the proposed Canadian reciprocity agree ment and declared it as dangerous to Amer...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 April 1911

icture "*' W*cba4 g w . r; 11LLWJ81 4 NE evening in the early summer of 1901 I stood, awed but keenly ex pectant, on the balcony of the Eth nology Building at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo. By my side was a short, chubby man in an old suit of clothes, a negligee shirt and a string tie that had come undone and was flopping over his capacious chest. It was a warm evening, and he had removed his battered straw hat, which he held in his hand. The size of the hat was No. 8. The man was Thomas A. Edison. Before us spread that dream in .frozen music, the buildings fronting the esplanade, mall and plaza of the exposition. The twilight was done, and the moment had arrived for the night birth of that dream into splendor. For the first time in history architecture was to be made alive at night, more living than by day. Half a million incandescent bulbs were hid along .the transverse lines of the buildings. The current was turned on and they simultaneously bloomed. Ensued a °spectacle ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 April 1911

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISEI PUBt. CO.. PItoPs. Entered in the post office at Mal~a, Montann as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION 82.00 PER YEAR CANADIAN STIBSCRIP.TION, $:i2... PER Y1JA R Published Every Thursday ini t. Year. re.htiting by lessons learned from the \ esterit th'rest tires last August, Ihe torest service is working on an r tensihe program of fire protection,. A t1emprary force of rangers will be appointed to augment tile regular men while the tire danger is greatest and many amen will Le concentrated at strategic points where they may be quickly communicated with. The following from one of our brethern who has labored long at the problem, offers a solutlion to what no doubt has been most perplexing even in this community: "After a great deal of worry and stdly, we have at last figured out .how so many country editors get rich. Here is the secret of their success. There is a child born in every neigh .borhood. The attending physician •gets $15. The editor...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 April 1911

Not a Presidential bee, nor a political bee of any sort, but the bee in your bonnetrhtithld be' the lesson taught by r tile little hustleru the bee itself. The bee is a worker. He' is also a scrapper Ever get acquainted wit fhis business end? He looks out for his own, stands up for his rights, but above all he works and SAVES. He does not save in an individual pile, either. He goes in with others of his kind and BANKS'his earnings in the hive. The bee has in all ages been considered a wise old boy-and he is. Put his plan into your bonnet, lid, Panama. or whatever kind of headpiece you may happen to wear. It will beat a political bee at least ten different ways. Use our bank for your hive. The First State Banki Malta, Montana H. G. Robinson, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. dALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIIECTORS; 8 MoKennan Geo. W. Clay H. . G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir C. E. Secrest' -. C. . Morris 'F. W. Hall Alexander Elliot Ole Veseth Safety Deposit Boxes...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 April 1911

The Bridge Party By JANE LUDLUM LEE (Copyright, xgri, by Associi OME along, Emily, we prom- b. ised to go over early, and o help Kate fix the tables for ci the club meeting this after- E noon, and you know how h she always leaves every- p thing for the last minute. "I'll be down in a jiffy, Flora, but tl such luck as I am having. One side of my hair is as straight as a poker et and the other I have burned off with s1 the curling irons. This talk about its at being a woman's duty to make herself as beautiful as possible don't go in si the summer time." Emily appeared in a few minutes, gi adding the finishing touches to her pt toilet. it "You see this skirt? Well, it don't meet by four inches. I have been m taking that obesity cure for the past bt month and I'll wager I've gained a pound a day-that's why I have tied pl this pink ribbon around my 35-inch- 1i waist-line. But what do I care for pl that crowd? Come, let's hurry along." cc They hurried down the dusty coun try road until th...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 April 1911

What Shall It BOe. ACTOR? It Is an occupation which is le open to any boy of average In- n telligence who has the Imitative t faculty and can memorize read- t ily. It does not require genius to become a successful actor, h but hard work and unflinching b perseverance are absolutely b necessary. It Is not an easy a way to become rich, but by at tending strictly to business a fair living may be made. By C. W. JENNINGS. t * LTHOUGH from.time im-n memorial countless pages have been written advis ing the youth of both sexes to shun the glamour and artificiality of the c stage, it is exceedingly rare to come across an article that would be of value to one who had chosen acting for his life work. It is a profession t which should never be adopted with out a proper understanding of its pe culiar difficulties and dangers, but if C your boy is convinced that he has the 1 necessary qualifications and is pre pared to face and overcome a host of preliminary discouragements, the fol- a lowing hin...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 April 1911

THIRTY YEARS Capital, Surplus CONSERVATIVE and Profits, SUCCESSFUL ever BANKING $450,000 STOCKMEN'S NATIONAL BANK SMALL ACCOUNTS No account is too small to receive careful considera. tion by the officers of this bank. Policies that have weathered the business storms for over thirty years under Montana conditions now safeguard the interests of our customers. This safety and experience must be considered among the assets of every depositor. We invite you to avail yourself of these facilities. Banking by Mail brings this service to your door. Stockmen's National Bank, OF FORT BENTON, MONTANA Oldest and Largest Bank in Northern Montana INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS DON'T BUILD until you get figures on your lumber, lime and cement from I1 Thompson Lumber Company Con, ter iine of' Building lateriai. Estimates rcheerfully given. QUALITY THE BEST-PRICES RIGHT = = ==, Iga THE JONES HOTEL MRS. MARY JONES, Prop. South Side One Block From Depot 1 American Plan Steam Heated Fine Large Dining-Ro...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 May 1911

d Weekly Xwwpaper Whose Interests are Identifled with those of Jnorthaer ,lfontana and EspeciallU of the .Ailk River Valley O..14 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY,. MONTANA. THURSDAY. MAY 4. 1911. No. s ... . W - 0 ... . ... .. . . ..... . ... . . .... .. . ... ' i I 1 i . THE NORTH MONTANA ROUNDUP ASSOCIATION MEETS AT CHINOOK STOCKMEN AND FARMERS BOTH WELL REPRESENTED. VIS ITORS HANDSOMELY ENTERTAINED. WILL MEET AT MALTA NEXT YEAR. The annual meeting of the North Montana Roundup Association held at Chinook last Tuesday and Wed nesday was a grand success. There were about two thousand people in attendance and excellent entertain ment was provided for them by the people of Chinook. The Fort Benton Band was present and furnished exquisite music while the various street sports were pulled off. The stores closed during the af ternoon so that everyone might see the fun and be ready to enjoy the celebration. In the evening'the home talent play was given at the opera house for the benefit of the visit...

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

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Ina M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor. MALTA, - * - MONT. EPITOME OF A WEEK'S NEWS Most Important Happen ings Told in Brief. Washington In opening the debate on the farm ers' free list bill in the house of repre senative, Representative Underwood of Alabama outlined the position which the Democrats will assume in revising the tariff. He committed his party to a straight cut tariff for revenue policy. Former United States Senator Al bert Jeremiah Beveridge of Indiana, to. be United States ambassador to Germany, is the latest slate to be posted by authority, apparently direct from the White House. Although the corporation tax for this year is not due before June 1, payments are beginning to reach the treasury at Washington. About $325, 000 was paid during March. The es timated total receipts from that source for the year are $25,000,000. Domestic Conspiracy on the part of the larg est railroads in the country with ore shippers and dock c...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 May 1911

What ..Y al b . . LUMBERMAN? The popular idea of this occu. pation is far from the ftcts. It is a calling which includes every form of Industry connected with lumber-from the felling of the tree in. the woods to the sale of the finished product in the yard. Whichever branch of it your boy may choose, there Is plenty of room at the top. By C. W. JENNINGS. HE word "lumberman," as it is used here, does not apply exclusively to the rough and often disreputable logging crews of our great forests. That is but one phase of a comprehensive and varied industry, and least attractive of all to one who is ambitious to make for himself a satisfactory place among the success. ful breadwinners with whom he comes in contact. The lumbering business takes in everything from cutting down trees in the woods to selling the finished prod uct to the man who has a lumber yard in your home town, and there is such a' great variety of occupations con *.nected with it that your boy, having .decided that he wan...

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

THE ENTERPRIS~ THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO., P~I'es. Entered in tile post office at Malta, Moutana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION 82.00, PER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION. $2.50 PER YEA.R Published Every Thursday in the Year. Mary McLane, whose sensational 'bo ok published seven years ago drew lo Butte the attention of the nation aild made an independent fortune for the nineteen year old girl, is back in Butte living quietly with her iparents. Miss Mclane still receives a royalty from the book which is still heing sold and which has been translated into five different tongues. She is now writing another bo k. Before Miss MeLane's money be gan coming in she visited Chicago 1 and the papers were full of her ex eeptional book. As a result she re ceived no less than 1142 communi cations from unknown persons. One unknown man sent her a .bouquet of American beauty roses worth at least $2.5. In relating the .occurrence Miss, McLanesaidl quaint ly: "How like a man; what I need ed w...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 May 1911

a. e verage laborer depends entirely upon his daily eainings for the support of his family. Should sickness or other calamity overtake him this source of support is cut offt It therefore behooves every thinking man to devise some means of forestalling an adversity of that nature. Many schemes have been placed before the laboring man, such as accident insurance, loan associations, etc., but in each case it is necessary to make periodical payments to some company. Why wouldn't it be a' good scheme to make these payments to yourself and YOU get the use of the money? Know how to do it? This way: Open' up an acconnt in this bank. Add to it periodically. When the accident happens there is no long-winded system of proofs and complications to wade through. Simply write a cheek for what you need. Be your own insurance conm pany. 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 DIRECTORS: S McKlennan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 May 1911

IMPORTANT THAT PUBLIC SHOULD KNOW ABOUT GREAT KIDNEY REMEDY , The testimonial I am to give you comne nmrolicited. I have been suffering from lumbago for ten years and at times was lnable to stand erect. A 3Mr. Dean of this aity, saw me in my condition (bent over) and inquired the cause. I told him that I ,ad the lumbago. He replied, "If you get what I tell you to, you need not have it." I said I would take anything for ease. He said, "You get two bottles of Dr. Kil sner's Swamp-Root and take it, and if it does not fix you O. K. I will pay for the smedicine myself." I did so and am a well snan. For five months I have been as well as could be. Before.I took your Swamp Ztoot was in constant pain day and night. f'his may look like advertising, but it seems to me most important that the .ublic should be made, familiar with this treatment as it is the only one I know ,which is an absolute cure. I owe a great deal to Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and am anxious that others situated as I was sho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 May 1911

aIY F, flyI~tbY~~f2 MR~ BI~"I~ HE unrest that has long existed among the Bedouin tribes in those regions of Palestine east of the Jor dan, and further south along the line of the new Mecca railroa4, broke into open revolt against the Turkish authorities, and already has been marked by serious vio lence and bloodshea. The Turkish garrison at Kerak, a town with a population of several thousand, ly ing on the uplands of Moab a few miles east of the south end of the Dead sea, was overcome and put to sword by the hordes of Bedouins which have in fested ltt like locusts. The military governor was among the slain. The many Greek-church and Latin Christians of Kerak have fled to Hammond. A part of American tourists, including some la dies, were stopping there enroute for the rock hewn city of Petra when the outbreak occurred, and were obliged to abandon their trip. They succeeded in getting out of the town with the help of some friendly Bedouins who attempted to guard them in an effort to r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 May 1911

THIRTY YEARS Capital, Surplus CONSERVATIVE and Profits, SUCCESSFUL ever BANKING $450,000 STOCKMEN'S NATIONAL BANK A COMPLETE SERVICE. It is our policy to keep this bank's service up to date in every respect. This service is not limited to this immediate vicinity. If you wish to send money abroad we have the necessary facilities for transferring funds to all parts of the world. The latest equipped Safety Deposit Boxes recently installed in our vault will protect your valuables from loss by theft of fire. Banking by Mail will bring this service or any infor mation to you if a personal call is not convenient. No matter of business is too small to receive our careful attention. Stockmen's National Bank, OF FORT BENTON, MONTANA Oldest and Largest Bank in Northern Montana .V'ILTEREST P.111)ID O IT'IlE DEPOSITS DON'T BUILD until you get figures on your lumber, lime and cement from The Thompson Lumber Company Co ul ltee line of Building Materiai. Estimates cheerfully given. QUALITY THE BEST...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 May 1911

THE ENTERPRISE. a Weekly XNewspaper WVhose Interests are Identified with those of' NVortherni Moatana and EspeciallU of the JMilk Biver T'alley VOL. 14 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. THUIIRSDAY, MAY 11. 1911. No. t. GRAND OPENING BALL AT NEW EAGLES' HALL A SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL TRIUMPH SOCIAL EVENT OF THE SEASON. LARGELY ATTENDED. HALL TASTEFULLY DECORATED. SUMPTUOUS SUPPER SERVED. PROCEEDS $237.50 For many days the Grand Opening Ball had been a topic of conversation and the event looked forward to with much pleasurable anticipation, and, it must be admitted, with no little curiosity on the part of the feminine world as to who would be there and what they would wear. Little won der then that when the evening of May 5th arrived, nearly the whole community assembled to participate in the enjoyment of the opening-for the hall is not only a home for the fraternity under whose auspices the ball was so successfully given, but an Opera House for the town-hence all Malta was interested. The ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 May 1911

Her Spinster Aunts By M. DIBBELL "It is either plant the peas twelve inches deep the first of April, or not at all," snapped Charlotte Graydon, with the air of one whose decision is not to be questioned. Her Sister Julia was fully prepared for the fray and answered instantly: "It is either plant them eight inches deep the last of April, or I shall leave this house forever." The two spinsters paused at this point to glare fiercely at each other, while their niece, Adelaide, wildly racked her brain for the oil of some calming thought to cast upon the troubled waters. Speedily an appar ently very simple solution of the difficulty came to her. "Why not plant half of them on the first of the month as you wish, Aunt Charlotte, and then the other half at its end to suit Aunt Julia. In that manner you would find whose -way was really best," she suggested. "Never!" said Aunt Charlotte post. tively. "It is Just a sinful waste of Nature's supply to use it as Julia proposes. I think it is time ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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