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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 May 1911

®L% coAZS'478Y PTARSO//A. Coj . e 4 0 ride into New York on a freight train is a heinous offense. The law says so. Railroad companies sug gested the law and secured its enact ment. They prefer to handle- their passenger traffic in the regular way. Fares cannot so easily be collected from passengers who are secreted around the trucks. Besides, freight train travelers have gained the repu tation of being uncertain persons. They sometimes steal small things that rich persons would not think of stealing. Yet, against them as the law is, patrons of the box cars pour into New York at all seasons of the year. An Ohio boy, one morning last winter, was in court for beating his way into the metropolis. He was only sixteen years old, and rather small for his age. His coat fitted him a little too soon and anxle-grease was on it. Hadn't had time to slick up since he was pulled from the trucks. Still, he was cheerful. Answered the court's questions as if it were a pleasure. Told all about the fol...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 May 1911

THJE MALT/A ENTERKPHRISIC PU 1. CO.. 11 ?0oi's. Entered in the post ollice at Malta, Moutaua as Secorndu Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION 2.O(0 1'I~E YEIAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION. 2..o 1Il.EI YICA Ri Published Every Thnrsdav ii the Year. Additional Local News Mrs. Cosgrove of L]andusky is a patient at thle Malta Ilfospital. Schuster & Stevens recently locat ed lMrs. Susan lRussel on a .t20 acre homestead south of town. Two first class oflice rooms to rent. Good location. Apply The First State Bank. J. D. Larson, former cashier of the Flirst National Balnk, is spelding a few clays in the western part of the state. The work of excavating for the basemernt of Mayor Tressler's resi dence in the southern part of town has been colmmenced. The raill of Tuesday night. and W ednesday nlornlilg didt an estima ble amount of good to growing crops. Since then there have been several showers which vegetation has gratefully received. It is not too late to pilant garden seeds. We handle Valley Ci...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 May 1911

The Bank Examiner Do you know how the bank examiner goes about it to examine this bank? He just walks in here some morning bright and early, and the first we know of his presence is his remark, "I guess I'll count your cash." Next he goes over all the books of the bank, examines and. counts the notes and securities, adds the depositor's ledger- in fact scrutinizes every record in the bank. Then he usually calls the cashier aside and informs him that the books show Samuel Smith's account overdrawn $25.00, puncturing the statement with "What-did-you-let-him-do-it for?" But-- say, when he gets through you can wager' that if there is the slightest hitch in the accounts or methods of this bank we hc;. from the bank examiner. We have always been complimented by the bank examiner. This is a splendid place. to do your banking business. The First State Bank Malta, Montana H. G. Robinson, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. jlALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. 8 Mc...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 May 1911

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inn M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor. MALTA, . - - MONT, NEWSOFA WEEK IN CONDENSED FORM RECORD OF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST MANNER POSSIBLE. AT HOME AND ABROAD Happenings That Are Making History -Information Gathered From All Quarters of the Globe and Given In a Few Lines. Washington The committee of audit and control of the contingent expenses of the United States senate decided to report bark to the senate the La Follette res olution for the reopening of the Lori mer case with a statement that the contingent fund of the senate is suf ficient to defray the expenses of any investigation the senate may order. " * * Congressional inquiry into three big corporations was assured by action taken in the natiofial house of repre sentatives. The corporations for which anti-trust regulation will be sought are: The United States Steel corporation, the American Woolen company of Boston and the United Shoe Machine company of Boston. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 May 1911

ha hat IFtB ,? MACHINIST? Here Is an occupation which offers almost Unlimited opportu hitles for a successful career to the boy who is possessed of even a moderate amount of me chanical Ingenuity. It is divid ed into so many specialtles that the demand for skilled work-O men is constant and the chances to rise are unusually good. In this age of machinery no phase of life-work is more promising. By C. W. JENNINGS. ERHAPS it has never oc curred to you that there was anything mhore in be ing a machinist than the unattractive work of han dling greasy machinery and lifting heavy pieces of iron and steel and generally wearing yourself out, with no prospect of reward ahead of you beyond the foremanship of a shop after years of hard labor. Pos sibly the village blacksmith, who is one variety of machinist, has appear ed to you as an example of the high est promotion to be reached in this line of human endeavor. If so, you could not have made a greater mistake. At the present time there is no...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 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 IV'TEREST PA ID O.Ji' T'I.jlI; DEPOSITS DON'T BUILD until you get figures on your lumber, lime and cement from The Thompson Lumber Company Comiplelte line of Building Materiai. Estimates clherfully given. QUALITY THE BES...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 May 1911

THE ENTERPRISE. Ad Weekly .N'ewspaper Wthose Interests are Identified wiitlh those of .N'othern ,.lIoitana and Especially of the ,Millk eRiver T'alley VoL. 1 'MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. MAY 18. 1911. No. 5 .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . ,. . . .. ... . . . . . . . . . . .i . . .. .. . . .. . . . . . .. .. .. .. . . . . ...,. . m JEROME G. LOCKE SHOWS WHERE WATER LAWS OF MONTANA NEED REFORM ENOUGH MONEY WASTED IN LITIGATION,' OVER WATER RIGHTS, TO RECLAIM OVER ONE MILLION ACRES OF LAND Where the water laws of Montana need reform is the subject treated by Jerome G. Looke, a civil engineering graduate of the Montana State Col lege, in his contributions to the first number of the engineering journal. Mr. Locke is a practical civil engi neer who was selected by the federal census authorities to prepare the statistics on irrigation for North Da kota and Montana, and with the as sistance of eight or ten subordinates is just completing this work. His knowledge of the facts abou...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 May 1911

[The louse Fly Man Kil er 4 VMMON PUb COPPELL HE fly, projecting his impertinent person: ality into the nation. a! ointment, has started a fine scurry. ing for spoons, screens, air-slaked lime, lassoes, and whatever o t h er weapons are likely to prove effectual in his discouragement. There is no malice in the uprising. It is simply the manifestation of a scien tific yearning to hand him his dues, full-measure and brimming over, for a past chockful of all manner of crim inality and a desire to chop short a future hopeless of reform. "His tricks -and his manners," long regarded at the worst as petty annoyances for the -discipline of our souls, have in recent years assumed an aspect so menacing that we are more and more deter mined to do without the chastening 'qualties of his presence altogether. Dr. Daniel D. Jackson, formally de 'nouncing this enemy before a joint convention of the American Civic As sociation and the National Municipal League, put the case in unequivocal terms: "Re...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 May 1911

St * r~tsll If your boy's temperament de mands an occupation full of ac tion and adventure he will find what he oraves In the fire de partment of a large city. It is a calling Involving hard work and more or less danger, but it offers chances for advancement that are attractive despite the unusual risk. With nerve and ambition, there are prizes to be obtained by the young man who makes this his life work. By C. W. JENNINGS. AS it ever occu'rred to you, father of a strong, active and fairly intelligent boy who has arrived at the age when it is necessary for him to make a choice of his life work, that the occupation of fireman presents certain attractive features? This is especially the case when your boy is of a temperament which demands a certain amount of excitement in order to bring out his best effort. Despite its dangers and life of rigid discipline, there is suffi cient adventure attached to it to make it satisfactory to one who prefers to live in a condition of almost constant...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 May 1911

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISIE PUB. CO., p'oE's. Entered in the post otfice at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $.o00o PER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION. ~2..50 PER YEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. What is a year's privations and hardships compared with a farm that in a short time will be worth a small fortune? Mlother's Day was celebrated last Sunday by the churches of the lar ger cities throughout the couitlry. Those who observed I he day wore a white carnation-I he flower chosen as and emblem of the day. No flower could have been more fittingly cho sen to represent oltherhood;--its whiteness symbolizing purity; its lasting qualihes, faithfulness; its fra grance, love; its wide growth, chari tv; its form, beauty. The credit of ina ugurating Mother's Day belongs to Miss Anna JTarvis of Philadelphia. When her mother died six years ago she set aside a day of remembrance. Feeling that the death of every mo ther left an aching heart and a void that ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 May 1911

You often hear the expression, "It takes money to make money." It is true. The failures stand arornd and wail that if they only had monev at a certain time, they could have made money, lots of it. Sure thing. The burning question then is how to get the money. You will not find it rolliQg up hill nor be able to pluck it off the bushes. You had just as well face it squarely. There is but one way if you are trying to make a start. It is to 'save. Start a bank account. As soon as you can, lay another dollar beside the one in the bank. Your signature will bring them when the opportunity comes to invest. The failures may see opportunity but it is lost to them. It will be open to you if you have the cash at the bank. Start now. $Be ready. The secret of all business success is the ready dollar. 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 McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 May 1911

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Ina 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, eign items. --I Washington) r The incapacity of the Republican party in the senate to control a caucus edict without the aid of the insur gents was demonstrated in the senate when, after more than two hours of effort, and as a result of seven bal lots, the senate failed to elect Senator Gallinger of New Hampshire as presi dent pro tempore to succeed Senator Frye. * * * Country and city were 'arrayed against each other at the Canadian reciprocity hearing before the senate finance committee at Washington. Farmers from Minnesota and North Dakota denounced the agreement as iniquitous, while members of boards of trade from cities along the interna tional boundary indors...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 May 1911

WHY YES, SHE GOT THE NOTE Beautiful Roses Appreclated, but There, Was a "Fly in the Ointment." A young man whose gallantry is in excess of his means sought to remedy this defect and to save the expense of the money required for the pur chase of flowers for his lady loves by arranging with a gardener to let him have a bouquet from time to time, in return for his cast-oft clothes. So it happened that one day he received a bunch of beautiful roses, which he at once dispatched to her house. In sure anticipation of a friendly wel come, he called on the young woman that evening. He got a frosty recep. tion. "Did-er-did you get my flowers today?" he was finally forced to ask. "Yes, and the note that went with them." "NoteT Why, did I send a note?" "You did. A disgraceful note, scrawled with a blunt pencil, on dirty paper. Here it is. I don't understand it, and I don't think you are very humorous." The note read as follows: "Here's your flowers, but you owe me a pair of pants for 'em."-Clev...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 May 1911

THIRTY YEARS - Capital, Surpeus 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 "INTERJEST P,dIID ON TI.Mi DEPOSITS DON'T BUILD until you get figures on your lumber, lime and cement from The Thompson Lumber Company IA Complete line of Building Materiai. Estimates cheerfully given. QUALITY THE BEST...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 May 1911

.1 Weekly Newspaper. Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northera .lontana and Especially of the Ji.ilk 'iler Tzalley VoL. 14 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THI'ISDAY. MAY 25, 1911, No. ( INTEREST GROWING IN SUMMER SCHOOL AT STATE NORMAL COLLEGE CORPS' OF POPULAR EDUCATIONAL LECTURERS AND IN STRUCTORS WILL BE ATTRACTIVE FEATURES. LARGE ATTENDANCE ANTICIPATED Interest is growing rapidly among the teachers throughout the state in the summer school at the State Nor mal College. As this is the only summer school to be held in Montana this year, a large attendance is an tlcipated, Dr. E. Winship of 13oston. editor of the Journal of Education, and one of the most popular educational lec turers in the country, has accepted an invitation to spend an entire week in July at the summe school at Dillon. His daily lectures will be among the most attractive feat ures of the summer school. SAnother special attraction at the summer school will be Pres. Geo. W. Nash of the Northern Normal a...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 May 1911

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc M. T. OSGOOD. Manager and Editor MALTA. MONT NEWSOF A WEEK IN CONDENSED FORM RECORD OF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST MANNER POSSIBLE. AT HOME AND ABROAD Happenings That Are Making History -Information Gathered From All Quarters of the Globe and Given In a Few Lines. Washington Secretary MacVeagh invited popu lar subscriptions to a $50,000,000 issue of government bonds to reimburse the treasury general fund for expenditure on account of the Panama canal. The government's announced intention is to give preference to small bidders. Postmaster General Hitchcock has designated 47 additional savings de positories, making a total of 176 that have been created to date. The offices named will be made ready to receive deposits on Monday, June 12. Work will begin immediately on the construction of the new $1,000, 000 temple for the Scottish Rite Ma sons in Washington. President Taft will lay the corner stone in Octo ber. Domestic Th...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 May 1911

Describes the condition of thousands el men and womaM who need only to purify and enrleh their blood. They feel tired all the time. Every task, every responsi bility, has become hard to them, because they have not strength to do nor power to endure., If you are one of these all-run-down peo ple or are at all debilitated take Hood's Sarsaparilla It purifies and enriches the blood, and builds up the whole system. Get it today in usual liquid form or ehocolated tablets called 8areatabe. When a married woman prays for a hat, the Lore may answer her prayer, but it's her husband who pays for it. Too Much Like Work. "The boss's son is kicking." "Why?" "Say's he's overworked. All he:used to do was tear the pages off the office calendars once a month. Now he has to wind the eight-day clock, too." HEALTHY KIDNEYS ESSENTIAL TO PERFECT HEALTH. When healthy, the kidneys remove about 500 grains of impure matter from the blood daily; when unhealthy, some part of the impure matter is ab sorlied, ca...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 May 1911

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUBL. CO.. PUOPs. Entered in the post oftice at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUI3SCRIPTION 8:2.00 l'ER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPT IION. .2N.50 PER YEAR I'Pblished Every Thursday in the Year. l issoula now has tlie comnission form of government, after a hard campaign hoth for and against th e plan but it carried by a majority of '27 votes. iThis election was h eld under the new law passed at the last session of the legislature, Mi ssoula is the first city in our state to adopt the Des Moines formi of gov ernlent. Miss Mary Scriggitns, the oldest woman in Massachusells, has comn pounded a set of rules for long life, amuno g which is:--"D)o lots of hard work, 15 hours a day is not too tmuch, abstain from idle gossip, nev er flirt for it's a useless waste of en ergy, do not read novels, banish the vanity of dress, keep away from dances and shows." Dr. Frank Crane in a recent issue of the Worker's Magazine expresses himself forcibly in an a...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 May 1911

A Lost Opportunity You often hear the expression, "it takes money to make money." It is true. The failures stand around and wail that if they only had money at a certain time, they could have made money, lots of it. Sure. thing. The burning question then is how to get the money. You will not find it rolling up hill nor be able to pluck it off the bushes. You had just as well face it squarely. There is but one way if you are trying to make a start. It is to save. Start a bank account. As soon as you can, lay another dollar beside the one in the bank.. Your signature will bring them when the opportunity comes to invest. The failures may see opportunity but it is lost to them. It will be open to you if you have the cash at the bank. Start now. Be ready. The secret of all business success is the ready dollar. The First State Bank Malta, Montana H. G. Robinson, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. AIALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS; S McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 May 1911

cry EIýC~~;I~l w e s "i.; ,,' T.~'.....*&.. C": T is difficult to imagine America's annual Memorial day without flowers. Indeed, Decoration day, the other name by which this spring commemorative festival is so often designated, carries an in timation of how dependent this day of sad memories is upon the bright-eyed blossoms that serve as the most appropriate of all tokens of remembrance. To be sure, flags are also made use of extensively on Memorial day-not only in tie ornamentation of dwellings and places of busi ness, but in marking the graves of fallen heroes whom it is desired to honor on this occasion. After all, however, it is flowers.which are nost extensively relied upon to express the sentiment of the occasion. And in the broad term "flowers" are included the flowering plants, the ivy and other of nature's products that are employed to form, the wreaths which are so popular on Memor ial day. All told there are infinitely more flowers used on Memorial day than are employ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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