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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 August 1911

h/ \ Sor" TE LAVINS L~~p3 yi RAnDA~iLL PADDI$I I ', oIOR T" MY LADY OF HE. k OUTH V " WHEN WILDERHEbS WA8 KInG CTC.CTC . (OCpyrlght. A. C. McClure & Co.. 211) SYNOPSIS. Tack Keith, a Virginian, now a bor der plainsman, is riding along the Santa Fe trail on the lookout for roaming war parties of savages. He notices a camp fire at a distance and then sees a team attached to a wagon and at full gallo pursued by men on ponies. When Kettp readhes the wagon the raiders have mass acred two men and departed. He searches the victims finding papers and a locket with a woman's portrait. He resolves to hunt down the murderers. Keith is ar rested at Carson City, charged with the murder his accuser being a ruffian named Black tart. He goes to jail fully realiz ing the peril of swift border justice. A companion in his cell .is a negro, who tells hint he is Neb and that he knew the Keith family back in Virginia. CHAPTER V.-(Continued.) "I dunno, Massa, I done heerd 'em talk some 'bout dey plans...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 August 1911

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPUISIC PJll. CO.. PHoPS. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIP TION $2.00 PFER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION. ~2.50 Pi;R YIEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. Additional Local News Kilduff has just received another car of wire and nails. Not a fault or a flaw in a Keen Eutter saw. Edwards & McLellan. Nice new line of Children's and Misses Coats, just arrived at Kil duff's. Miss Esther Morris spent the past week at the home of her friend, Miss Winifred Partridge. A little daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Alrs. (Chas. Ander son last Sunday evening. Miss Leah Caselberg is at home again, after a conple of weeks spent at Great Falls visiting. You can do a little better in the ihardware line at Kilduff's-most complete stock in the city. Where ever you go, whatever you do; don't forget to wear a Florsheiin shoe. Edvwards & Mclellain. Each one of the Rlexall e rnmedies is cheeifully coinpuded from 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. — 24 August 1911

A Mo dy ChLestnut You have all heard the story about the banker who refused to correct a mistake after the customer had left the Paying Teller's window. He had overpaid the customer, so the wise old cus-tomer pocketed the money and walked out. It is told with variations everywhere, and never stops traveling. IT IS A MOULDY OLD CHESTNUT. Banks want to transact business honestly, this bank inparticular. This bank wants to correct mistakes and its entire force will work overtime and away on into the night to run down an error, to do exact justice. If a mistake is made and you have been overpaid, we would like to have our money back. If we have not paid you in full it is coming to you and we are just as anxious that you should get it. The man behind the wicket desires your confidence, not your suspicion. The man who invented that chestnut story was a chump. The First State Bank Malta, Montana H. G. Rebinson, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. i1Ar.L Cashier. C. E. Secrest, As...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 August 1911

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Ienc 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 Revievw of Happenings of Greatest Interest From All Parts of the Globe-Latest Home and For elgn Items. W g.ton Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, chief of the chemistry bureau of the department of agriculture, testified before the house investigating committee. He branded as false a statement to the personnel board which recommended him for dismissal. He told how Dr. F. L. Dunlap, associate chief of his bureau, and Solicitor McCabe of the department repeatedly voted him down in the food and drug inspection board, of which Wily was a member. * r * Senators Heyburn, Sutherland, Bradley, Paynter and Pomerene were appointed members of a sub-commit tee to investigate the election of Sen ator Stephenson of Wisconsin. Hear ing will start September 15 or Octo ber 1. Presid...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 August 1911

ersonalitles Behind the Transformed Ottoman Empire--he Young Turk Organization Really a Masonic Movement-The Sultan as a Tool. By WILLIAM T. ELLIS. Constantinople.-At the back of pvery .movement must be men. The transformation of Turkey from a *nediaeval absolutism to a constitu tional government was not wrought vithout human agencies. Who did it? At the time of the constitution and the revolution there were stories of a romantio secret committee in Paris, with a chief possessed of greater statesmanship and more dictatorial owers than any crowned head in urope. The present ,Paris commit ee is disgruntled and in opposition, d it is rather generally admitted hat there was considerable romanc ng about the original committee. Admittedly the Young Turk move ment was a bit of successful oppor tunism. Its leaders were quick to take advantage of favorable events, which is certainly nothing to their dis credit. The men were ready for their chance when it came. A German on Top. But now, after...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 August 1911

Garland's Variety Store 400l,1500Gallons Per Hour Plenty of Water Whenever and Wherever You Want It No trouble! No work! No pumping in freezing cold or sultry summer! The Farm Pump Engipe will pro vide all the water you need for the house, dairy, barn, feed lot, pasture-anywhere you want it. Works right outdoors in any weather. Provides water at the right temperature-no tank heater needed in winter. Costs less than a good windmill. Does ten times as much work. Saves two men's wages every day it runs and never grumbles about long hours or "loafs" on the job. Attaches to Any Pump in 5 Minutes Ample Power for Small Maohinery Has pulley for running any hand or foot rower machinery. Helps the women folks by turning the cream separator and churn, tbe washing machine and wringer, etd. Runs the corn sheller, fanning mill, feed mill, grindstone. Does most all the drudgery i-ohres in half usual time. All ready forwork -.o extras to buy. Comes on its own base. 3to foundations or platforms need...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 August 1911

THE ENTERPRISE. . Weekly Newspaper Whose literests are Identified with those of .'o Rhern ,llontan a and Especially of the .llillk Ricer Talley Vol.. 14 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THIIURSDAY. AUGUST 31, 1911. No. 20 I· I I II I II I I Il [I [ l i t I I I 1 1 [ I i 1 GREAT FALLS ENTERTAINS PRESS ASSOCIATION ROYALLY The twenty-ninth annual meeting of the Montana State Press Associa tion convened at Great Falls Friday and Saturday of last week with sixty of the one-hundred and fifty newspa pers in the state represented by one or more delegates. The representa tives reported from all parts of the' state. The Great Falls people made the visit to their city one of the most en joyable in the history of the associa tion, and the lavish hospitality ex tended to the members of the press will fondly linger in the memory of each recipient. From the time the "press gang" took possession of the city until their departure Saturday evening, there was one delightfully happy gathering. The entert...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 August 1911

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor MALTA, * - - MONT NEWS OF A WEEKIN 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 Plans for President Taft's coming trip through the west and to the Pa cific coast practically are completed. The president probably will leave Bev about November 1. He will go west about Semptember 1. He will go west through Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado and Nevada to the coast. Most of the big cities in these states, including Des Moines, Kansas City, Omaha, Denver and Salt Lake, will :;J visited, but the plans for the trip contemplate stops at scores of small er places. Remarkable revelations of the work of Secretary of the Treasury Mac Veagh in eradicating gigantic frauds from the United States customs serv Ice and of the assistance give...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 August 1911

Forelgmers RAlldent in the Turkish Empire A~A 'Pessl'lstlo Conern.h Ing the Outlook fir. the New Re gime-Ottomani Not Loyal. By WILLIAT T. ELLIS. Somew*ere in Turkey,-F-br rea sons that are apparent, I dare not lo. calize the interview which I shall re. port in this article. '.The -persons. quoted coald easily be discovered, and they. woald be made to feel the heavy hand of the government. They repre sent the darker side of the presett sit unation within the, Turkish empire. Before proceedihng to quote these men, [ may state 'one ominous and related fact, viz:` E very foreigner whom I have met iin. Turkey--and I have 'interviewed hundreds--has shown himself hostile to the present goveirnment. This is an amazing con dition of things. Sometimes the an ' tagonism has been merely skeptical and supercilious. In other cases it ' ias boeei deep and passioned. Hard Knocks for the Turk. The eriticfams of the present govern ment made by these British and Americans has not been necessarily in ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 August 1911

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO.., PRoPs. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEIiAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION, $2i50 PER YEAR i'ublished Every Thursday in the Year. SEtDtAieD CLELLAN EDWARDS & MCLELLAN This question was innocently asked us recently. "If the devil lost his tail what would he do?" Confused, we ventured no reply, when the answer came as innocently "He would come to ;Malta where bad spirits are retailed." One of the last measures of impor lance passed at the last session of' Congress were bills providing for the admission of New Mexico and Arizo na as states, and the cotton tariff bill. The President signed the first, but vetoed the latter, his reasons being practically the same as those given for the wool bill. Don't worry. It may not be half so bad as you now think tfor. Ori son Swett Marden says: "Fear in all its different phases of expression, such as worry, anger or timidity, is the greatest ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 August 1911

A have y Cenut nYou have all heard the story about the banker who refused to correct a mistake after the customer had left the Paying Teller's window. He had overpaid the customer, so the wise old cus-tomer pocketed the money and walked out. It is told with variations everywhere, and never stops traveling. IT IS A MOULDY OLD CHESTNUT. Banks want to transact business honestly, this bank in particular. This bank wants to correct mistakes and its entire force will work overtime and away on into the night to run down an error, to do exact justice. If a mistake is made and you have been overpaid, we would like to have our money back. If we have not paid you in full it is coming to you and we are just as anxious that you should get it. The man behind the wicket desires your confidence, not your suspicion. The man who invented that chestnut story was a chump. The First State Bank Malta, Montana H. G. Robinson, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. LALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 August 1911

PR lCI NRLATT ON 7TRtý7TROUB~fs Fxt A F the newer profes sions that have lately been created in connec tion with agriculture and kindred pursuits it is probable that none is more unusual or more interesting than that of tree surgery. Tree surgeon is the customary title of the expert who devotes himself to ministering to sick and in whether "tree doctor" would not be nmuch as in with trees as with huma cian than. the surgeon that is need The tree doctor is, perforce, a spe be added that the subject is a much first thought, suspect, and is well w life work and the life study of the that, "tree doctoring" within a limit ties of any farmer or other private just as gardening may be made a suc to being a fancy gardener. Indeed, the owner of any wooded land who S.esires to preserve the mature forest :growth Is all but compelled to delve into the lore on this subject if he does not want to employ a profes sional forester, and the farmer who wants to preserve the priceless herit age of the s...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 August 1911

~~RKr1PALL PArn21I ** Hoy Or MV LnrwGP 1ke 8out1 r " ýMIHS , l 'ILOERr4E8 WA16 KonG CEftct G % ý t~opyrlabt. A. C. Mc~lure & Co.. 293.) 8YNOPSIS. Jack Keith, a Virginian, now a bor r plainsman, is riding along the Santa Fe trrail on the lookout for roaming war partes of savages. He notices a camp ire at a distance and then sees a team attached to a wagon and at full g·lont pursued by men on ponies. When Keith reaches the wagon the raiders have mass acred two men and departed. He searches the victims finding pa pers and a locket with a woman's portrait. He resolves to hunt down the murderers. Keith is ar ret at Carson City charged with the cprdr., his hPccler being a ruffian named ]lack bait. He 1oes to jail fully realis-. Ing the peril of swift bo',de? Justice. oA companion in his cell is a negro, who tells him he is Neb and that he knew the Kelth family back in Virginia. Neb says one of the murdered men was John Sibley, the other Gen. Willis Waite, for merly an officer in the C...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 August 1911

Garland's Variety Store 4 ,0150Ballons Per Hour Plenty of Water Wheneverand Wherever You Want It No trouble! No workl No pumping in freezing cold er sultry summer! The Farm Pump Engine will pro vide all the water you need for the house, dairy, barn, feed lot, pasture-anywhere you want it. Works right outdoors in any weather. Provides water at the right temperature-no tank heater needed in winter. Costs less than a good windmill. Does ten times as much work. Saves two men's wages every day it runs and never grumbles about long hours or "loafs" on the job. Attaches to Any Pump in 5 Minutes * eec imple Power for Small Machinery Has pulley for running any hand or foot pcwer machinery. Helps the women folks by turning the cream separator and churn, the washing machine and wringer, etc. Runs the corn sheller, fanning mill, feed mill, grindstone. Does most all the drudgery ctcres in half usual time. All ready for work -no extras to buy. Comes on its own base. No foundations or platforms ne...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 September 1911

THE ENTERPRISE. 4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northera Montana and Especially of the .Milk River Valley VoL. 14 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1911. No. 21 im i ! mn m m m: : _ m ~m: _ ,.. I r i i . . .. .. . ...Il (lfll i i l l i ... .. i ll lll ll l i i ii i m ii • m m l m • • m m PRECIPITATION FOR THREE DAYS RECORDED AT 4.86 INCHES This locality has received a very great and unusualamount of rainfall during the past theee days. A heavy rain began falling Sunday night and continued almost without ce ssation natil Wednesday night. A steady. soaking, penetrating rain; accom panied by a decided drop in tempera ture, made the weather very disa greeable for all who were exposed to its inclemency for any length of time. The entire amount of precipi tation from Sunday night until this morning as recorded by the U. S. R. S. wtis 4.86 inches which is almost one-half the amount, 11.44 inches, for the first eight eight months of the ye...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 September 1911

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUl. CO.. Ploes. Entered in the post oflice at Malta, Montana as Secoud Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PJER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION, t2.5O PER YEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN EDWARDS & MCLELLAN Mrs. Belva Lockwood, who many years ago was the woman suffrage candidate for President of the Unit ed States and who is a practicing at torney in the National Capital, is again willing to evidence her coura geusness, not in again running for office, but the wonderful old lady has accepted an invitation to fly in an airship. To be honest, to be kind-to earn a little and to spend a little less, to make upon the whole a faimily hap pier for his presence; to renounce when that shall be necessary and not to be embittered; to keep a few friends, but those without capitula tion; to keep ftiends with oneself here is a task for all that a man has of fortitude and delicacy.-Robert Louis Stevenson. Tales Tersely Told For...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 September 1911

Naudlhtyi but Nice. Edith, who is eight yearss aold, .Is bivited to a children's. party,, Her blonde hair wat berfeetly striight, but becomingl. aritanged, and she started of In high feather. ,But on her return she was rather silent, and, on being questioned as to her experience, said: "1 had a nice time, but it would have been nicer if my hair was kinky All the other girls' hair was kinky, and I shan't go to another party un. less my hair is fixed in kinks." So the next week, when another in. vitation catne for the little girl, her hai was curled and fluffed out in the most approved style. Then her mother led her to a mir ror, and said: "There, Edith, what do you think of it?" Edith regarded herself soberly for a moment, and then, turning slow ly around, she said: "It's vain, but I like it." CHILD'S HEAD A MASS OF HUMOR "I think the Cuticura remedies are the best remedies for eczema I have ever heard of. My mother had a child who had a rash on its head when it was real young. Docto...

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

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc M. T. OSGOOD. Manager and Editor MALTA, - MONT HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. Washington Diamonds, champagne and tobacco were among the luxuries imported in to the United States during July In quantities far in excess of similar im portations in the same month last year. In the case of champagne just twice as much came In. The two miles of corridors and the domes of the state, war and navy buildings, Washington, are receiving their first new dress since they were originally painted In 1875, when the edifice was constructed at a cost of $5,000,000. Domestic More than 200 patients at the Dun ning insane asylum at Chicago were led from the building when fire was discevered in the vacant extreme west wing of the Institution. Nurses, as alsted by staff physicians, marshaled the Insane patients out of the build ings, and when they saw that the fire was under control, the patients were taken back into th...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 September 1911

SYNOPSI8. Jack Keith, a Virginian, now a bor der plainsman, is riding along the Santa 1re trail on the lookout for roaming war partles of savages. He notices a camp tre at a distance and then sees a team attached to a wagon and at full gallop pursued by men on ponies. When Keith reaches the wagon the raiders have mass acred two men and departed. He searches the victims finding papers and a locket with a woman's portrait. He resolves to hunt down the murderers. Keith is ar rested at Carson City charged with the murder, his accuser being a ruffian named Black Bart. He goes to jail fully realiz ing the peril of swift border justice. A companion in his cell is a negro, who tells him he is Neb and that he knew the Keith family back in Virginia. Neb says one of the murdered men was John Sibley, the other Gen. Willis Waite, for merly an officer in the Confederate army. The plainsman and' Neb escape from the cell, and later the two fugitives become lost in the sand desert. CHAPTER VIII. The...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 September 1911

i NCLE SAMM3 POLICE Po O* ' WAI'H L 5 LA 0 widen its sphere of beneficial ac tivity is the aim of every well-managed branch of our national government, but it is doubtful if any of these have been more successful in the effort than the United States revenue cutter service. This organization under the treasury department, was long ago nicknamed "Uncle Sam's police of the sea," and the designation has stuck because it is man ifestly so appropriate. The title was obviously fitting in the old days when the chief duties of the ofilcers and men of the revenue cutter " i 'vyvý-..sv ý GA7VY 14e9Y.i2 ýfi~h' service were to apprehend smugglers and pirates, but it is not the less suitable in this age when in addition to the quest for such enemies of the law the revenue cutter organization is obligated to lend aid to every form of life saving at sea-for it is recognized that the ideal policeman is charged not only with the duty of protecting life and property, but also with responsibility for a...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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