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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 October 1911

prepare for war. In times of prosperity bank against ad versity. Yes, bank.' We use the term advisedly. Use the bank. Its advantages are all at your disposal. When in doubt ask the cashier. If he knows he will tell you. Let our bookkeepers handle your accounts. They'll. keep them straight. Your checks are your receipt when you pay an account. When times ar? good, pile up a fund in the bank against your rainy day. It will be kept for you more safely than you can keep it. Fire proof vault, insurance against burglary. Its subject to your check when you want it. If you are not already banking with us the time to start is now. The First State Bank Malta, Montana H. G. Robinson, President Geo. W. Clay, V ice-President. i'. W. iALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS; S McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir C. E. Secrest C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Alexander Elliot Ole Veseth Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent HOUSE CLEANING TIME The best time for patiting is now. Now is t...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 October 1911

Garland's Variety Store Come and look over our new line of Novelties and Specialties. These goods are suitable for gifts on all occasions Come in and look over our stock. Garland's Variety Store -- • DON'T BUILD until you get figures on your lumber, lime and cement from he Thompson Lumber Company Complete line of Building Material. Estimates cheerfully given. QUALITY THE BEST-PRICES' RIGHT 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. Rates, Transients, $1.50 per day Better Rates Given Regular Boarders. =ltl U=lllnfgggg City Dray & Transfer Co., CHAS. HENRY, PROP. The only quick and reliable Baggage and Transfer Line in the city. Telephone No, 11, when you need coal, wood or water, or want that trunk taken to the depot. Calls answered with dispatch. We are selling three grades of shot gun shells, all first class. Comein N o G reater and get year supply...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 October 1911

TilE ENTYRPIRI SE. 1 JF.. . e w8e, Vewsph perh Whose' InaMte 6" f F ., w those 4 ,niVontsIt nSDAY. OCTOBERsiy of thel,19. i eRo. iaYat VOL 4 MA " tA, VALLEY cbbntY, M..ONt: ATHURSDAY. OCTOBER .19, 1911. No. 27 I'. tES~UIG HAPPENýINGS F A WEEK IN OUR CITY For underwear see Merchant. Sheet music of all kinds. F. C. McDonald Music House, Havre. Lots of overshoes, gum boots and rubbers at Edwards & McLellan's. Leave your order for oats, corn, or ground feed at St. A. & D. Elevator. Harmony perfume and toilet ar tioles-the best ever. Sold only at the Rexall Store. Mrs. Jas. H. Atwood is entertain ing the Ladies Aid at the parsonage this afternoon. Anyone desiring the services of a competent trained nurse, call on or write Mrs. Otto Munson, Malta, MIontana. .C. E. Secrest, the affable teller at tlehFirst State Bank, is soon to en ji a vacation and expects to. leave Malta next Sunday for a visit *to his old home in Ohio. Mrs. Secrest and little son, Henry, .will accompany him. The ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 October 1911

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISIE' PUB, CO.. PaoSr. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR . CANADIAN SUBSCR.TPION. $2.5fl PERYERi .AR ' blisled :Every, Thursday in tli YWar.x SiEDWARDS & MCLELLAN EDWARDS & MCLELLAN A bachelor's reflection:-A woman expects romance out of life and gets housekeeping. A golden opportunity in a golden state-the right of suffrage secured by the women of California. Frank Gotch, world's champion wrestler, making his first appearance since his defeat of Hackenschmidt in Chicago, easily won from George Padoubny of Russsia, in straight falls in 16 minutes and 16 seconds for the first fall and seven minutes fbr the second, at Kansas City, Mo. ,Judge Rasch's resignation went into effect at midnight last Saturday and at that time lie ceased to be Un ited States judge of the distri.t and circuit courts of the district of Mon tana. It is the opinion of many that President Taft will not name...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 October 1911

'To Knowledge" Cry Which Progree. slt.e Party In Turkey Placards High. Ways-Governments Seek to En :hance Own Prestige by Schools. By WILLIAM T. ELLIS. Beirut.-If a visitor in this city has sufficient curiosity to inquire the heaning of the Arabic inscriptions which he sees emblazed upon the walls, he will be told that they are 4 motto of the Progressive Party `To knowledge" and "Juryman, seek knowledge! Ignorance is shame." That points straight to the underly Og problem of awakened Turkey. However, farcical the present consti tutional government may now appear, it must ultimately rest upon the edu lation of the people. Not at the Sub lime Porte and in the inner offices of the administration, but in the schools of the Empire, the destiny of Turkey Is to be worked out. A constitutional government is simply impossible with sut popular education. The prevailing idea of education in old Turkey was the memorizing of the Koran in fcur tones. The Koran is in Arabic and so even where memori...

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

Malta Enterprise. Published by THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. MATTIE T. CRAMER, Editor. MALTA. - - - - MONTANA 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. Italian-Turkish War Derna was bombarded and hospitals and barracks were damaged as well as other buildings. Many were killed and wounded. The bombardment fol lowed an unsuccessful attempt by Italian bluejackets to make a landing from a warship in the harbor. The armistice between Italy and Turkey, for which German diplomacy has been striving for some time, it is believed in Berlin, has practically been concluded, although not yet announced as "official." It is under stood that the transportation of the Italian military expedition will not be interfered with, but that hostilities in all quarters will cease. This is con sidered in Berlin as equival...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 October 1911

THI-E P5TWIAL 4 tbooirE NAN . ]Y cHiAr S MORRIS SOW comes the festival of the Bogie Man. If t you want to try some- . di amusing in connection ec with it you cannot do in better than make a few 1 f experiments in. the con- ax struction of Fegetable ic manikins, which are ' '' particularly appropriate to Hallowe'en. :F :s O 2 i They are usually made at home withO PA12 tc the aid of a few vegetables such as potatoes, beets, carrots and the like, , and the contriving of them will afford tt a lot of amusement. For example, with a fair-sized pota to for a body, a beet for a head and d a couple of carrots for legs you can turn out quite a humanlike figure. T Stand him firmly on his "pins," paint a couple of eyes and a nose, cut a la round hole beneath the nose for the insertion of a cigar and. you d will have a sporty-looking goblin, a which only needs some sort of a hat tl and a stick in his hand-his arms are t carrots also-to be perfect in its way c The deft handling of a penknife will...

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

MUNYON PREACHES HOPE PHILOSOPHY New Association Gaining Many Members. FAITH'S CURATIVE POWER NOTED HEALTH EXPERT GIVES REASON FOR BIG SUCCESS IN MEDICINE Tremendous success has attended the organization of the new Munyon "Hope f Cult." Professor Munyon claims that he has secured more converts than he even anticipated, and says that his "Hope Cult" is growing in leaps and bounds. It `3 said that the total membership of the association throughout the United States is now well over the half million mark. In a statement for publication Prof. ltunyon said: "I want to talk to every sick, ailing and despondent person in this city. I want to preach my new creed to them. I want to tell them about my new phiioso hhy of health, which is the fruit of a lifetime of study and experience in deal ing with sick folk. "I want to expound the Great Truth that I have learned that there is more curative power in an ounce of Hope than in pounds of Dope. That sick people Ehould not take medicine except a a...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 October 1911

'xg F IPE& A, CE prepare for war. - In times of prosperity baik against ad versitly. Yes, bank. We use the term advisedly. Use the bank. Its advantages are all at your disposal. When in doubt ask the cashier. If he knows he will tell you. Ikt our bookkeepers handle your accounts. They'll keep them straight. Your checks are your receipt when you pay an account. When times are good, pile up a fund in the bank against your rainy day. It will be kept for you more safely than you can keep it. Fire proof vault, insurance against burglary. Its subject to your check when you want it. If you are not already banking with us the time to start is now. 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; 8 McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir C. E. Secrest C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Alexander Elliot Ole Veseth Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent $7.00 The American Princess Robe PATTERN H...

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

Garland's Variety Store Come and look over our new line of Novelties and Specialties. These goods are suitable for gifts on all occasions Come in and look over our stock. Garland's Variety Store DON'T BUILD i until you get figures on your lumber, lime and cement from The Thompson Lumber Company Complete line of Building Materiai. Estimates cheerfully given. QUALITY THE BEST-PRICES RIGHT W THE JONES HOTEL, MRS. MARY JONES, Prop. South Side One Block From Depot0 American Plan Steam Heated Fine Large Dining-Room. Other rooms comfortable and homelike. Good service. Rates, Transients, $1.50 per day Better Rates Given Regular Boarders. City Dray & Transfer Co., CHAS. HENRY, PROP. The only quick and reliable Baggage and Transfer Line in the city. Telephone No. 11 when you need coal, wood or water, or want that trunk taken to the depot. Calls answered with dispatch. We are selling three grades of shot gun shells, all tirst class. Come in and get yvir s.pl)ply before they are all sold. G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 October 1911

1HE ENTERPRISE. ' .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Mo JMontana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VoL. 14 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. .RSDAY. OCTOBER 26, 191. No, 28 FARMERS' INSTITUTE IN MALTA NEXT WEDNESDAY Come to the Farmers' Institute f next Wednesday. There will be three sessions-one at 10:80 a. m., one at 2:00 p. m. and one at 7:80 p. m., and at each session there'll be I something of special interest for you. Topics pertaining to the culture of I flax, wheat, oats, corn, and alfalfa 1 will be discussed. Dairying, poultry, I swine and live stock raising will be 1 presented in such a manner that all riay get pointers. Horticulture and home making will be discussed by, ,agricultural professors and speakers of colleges whose broad experiences ably fit them to "tell how." Come, I and bring your family and your friends to this interesting and profit able meeting arranged for your bene fit. Remember-next Wednesday, November 1. Bring in some o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 October 1911

THE ENTEIRJPRISE THE MAUI'A ENTEIRPRIISE PUl. CO.. PioPs. Entered in the post ollice at Malta, Montana as S"econd Class Mail Matter. SUJ3,CITIITION $2.00 PttlR YE AR CANA1DI A N SU 1SCRIPTION. 8..() l 1PE.YEAR l'ublished Every Thursday in the Year. $ittwSav CltoEts EDWARDS & MCLELLAN Be Kind o011 never know another's sorrow, Another's pain or trial; You never know the heartchle, Hidden behind a smile; So be kind. You never know the burden, Another has to bear: The cross that's bravely carried. To lighten another's care; So be kind. You can not see imprisoned, Behind some patient face; The precious hopes and longings By attliction's hand effaced; So be kind. -M-ary lHolmes, in Dakota Farmer. In answer tI Ihe query: "D)o the ladies have to have licenses to hunt?" Brother W\eldy of the Ches ter Signal says: "The Montana law requires ladies to have licenses to hunt any sort of game except the two-legged sort, which animat may be hunted at any time, and it would please us to see the ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 October 1911

OLDEI? 6 .NATIONS Young Turks Halt Zionism-Decree That Attempts to Secure Holy Land by Jews Must Be Thwarted-Jews Undismayed-Glimpse of Palestine. By WILLIAM T. ELLIS. Jerusalem.-Of all the nationalistic stirrings within the breasts of men today, the most romantic is the long ing of devout Jews to get back for themselves the land of Abraham and David. All Christendom is interested in this project. Some schools of Jhristian theology stake vast prophetic issues upon it. Statesmen of Europe are interested in it as one solution of the question of what to do with the Jew, who has been made unwelcome in all their lands. Whatever be the reason for the well-nigh universal sympathy with the Zionistic aspira tion, the news has doubtless been re ceived with regret that the Young Turks have formally and officially an nounced that the immigration of Jews into Palestine must cease. Moreover, it is intimated that those already here must go. That is the latest development in Zionism; but it must be...

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

n an t COPY,/IG6 TY P/'[A4O/Y PiB. CO. VERY ten seconds, somewhere in the world, a baby dies. A blinking red light made this statement to those who attended the convention of the American Association for the Study and Prevention of In fant Mortality at Baltimore, last November. In one corner of the room was an electric light, en cased in a red bulb. Six times a minute-7,640 times a day-the light went out; and, every time the light faded from the bulb, somewhere in the world, the light faded from a mother's eyes. So fast do our chil dren die. Sometimes they die faster. They died faster last summer. If babies kept diaries, last summer would go down in the annals of the survivors as the "black summer of 1910." In the single city of New York, 873 died in a single week. Every little poor street had its little white hearse. Worse still, durin gthe course of the summer, 8,000 children died that ought to have lived; that is to say, they died from preventable causes. Children die from two ki...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 October 1911

EVER TAKE A MUSIC BATH2 They Are as Good for the Soul, Holmes 8ays, as Water for the Body. One must be educated, no doubt, to understand the more complex and dif. foult kinds of musical composition. Go to the concerts where you know that the music is good, and that you ought to like it whether you do or not. Take a music bath once or twice a week for a few seasons, and you will find that it is to the soul what the water bath is to the body. I wouldn't trouble myself about the affectations of people who go to this or that series of concerts chiefly because it is fashionable. Some of these people whom we think so silly will perhaps find, sooner or later, ithat they have a dormant~ faculty which is at last waking up, and that they who came because others came, and began by staring at the audience, are listening to a newly found de light. Everyone of us has a harp un der the bodice or waistcoat, and if it can only once get properly strung and tuned it will respond to all outside harmoni...

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

Malta Enterprise. Published by 'IHE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. MATTIE T. CRAMER, Editor. MALTA. - - - - MONTANA BRIEF NEWS NOTES FORTHE 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. Italian-Turkish War The Italians are reported to have suffered a serious reverse outside Tri poli. Reconnoitering, they advanced too far from their base and came in contact with the Turks, who gave battle and forced the Italians to re treat hurriedly, leaving 100 dead on the field. Domestic Mrs. Andrew J. Miller, wife of form er State's Attorney Miller of Cham paign (Ill.) county, put to rout and se verely lashed with a big whip several of a party of sophomore students from the University of Illinois, as they sought to break into the Miller house at Champaign, with the object of haz ing certain freshmen who boarded there. Woman's suffrage was indor...

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

IN TIME OF PEACE prepare for war. In times of prosperity bank against ad versity. Yes, bank. We use the term advisedly. Use the bank. Its advantages are all at your disposal. When in doubt ask the cashier. If he knows he will tell you. Let our bookkeepers handle your accounts. They'll keep them straight. Your checks are your receipt when you pay an account. When times are good, pile up a fund in the bank against your rainy day. It will be kept for you more safely than you can keep it. Fire proof vault, insurance against burglary. Its subject to your check when you want it. If you are not already banking with us the time to start is now. The First State Bank Malta, Montana H. G. Rebinson, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F.kW. LIALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. S McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir C. E. Secrest C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Alexander Elliot Ole Veseth Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent $7.00 The American Princess Robe PArTTRN HANDeOME...

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

Garland's Variety Store Come and look over our new line of Novelties and Specialties. These goods are suitable for gifts on all occasions Come in and look over our stock. Garland's Variety Store DON'T BUILD until you get figures on your lumber, lime and cement from ITh Thompson Lumber Company Complete line of Building Material. Estimates cheerfully given. QUALITY THE BEST-PRICES RIGHT "THE JONES HOTEL, MRS. MARY JONES, Prop. South Side One Block From Depot American Plan Steam Heated Fine Large Dining-Room. Otherrooms comfortable and homelike. Good service. Rates, Transients, $1.50 per day Better Rates Given Regular Boarders. S.... .m.m. mr mm.. . .. . . .. ...... .. . City Dray & Transfer Co., CHAS. HENRY, PROP. The only quick and reliable Baggage and Transfer Line in the city. Telephone No. 11 when you need coal, wood or water, or want that trunk taken to the depot. Calls answered with dispatch. No Greater Mistake Can Be Made Than imagining it is economy to buy the Cheapest Har...

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

Tit ENT I 1RPRISE. Vo1 Weekly Newspaper· Whose Interests, are Identified with those of NotiR Yer.a Iutowt¢. and E'specialli of' the "Milk MBizer itolley VOL. 14 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. ,THUIRI).\Y. NOVEMBER 2, 1911. No. mlun ton nn m i l mm an '. ... . . .. 1m I . eu n n nu1m , tn m,,=, SUCCESSFUL IRRIGATION MEET ING AT CHINOOK SATURDAY The irrigation meeting of the Up >'per Milk River Water Users at Chi nook last Saturday was well attend ed by members of the association and interested settlers from nearly every town in the valley. From reports re ceived everything now gives promise of difficulties with the ditch compan ies and the water users in that local ity being obviated, and if the con tracts are all signed soon, the recla mation service assures the people in the valley that bids will be adver tised shortly after the first of the year and contracts awarded so that work on the project may be prosecut ed as soon as conditions permit in the Spring of 1912. Congressman P...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 November 1911

THE ENTER, PRISE THEI, M:ATA ENTERPRISE PUB. COt. PoPs. Iptered in the post office at Malta, Montana as Second Class. Mail. Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION. $2,50 PER YEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN EDWARDS & MCLELLAN Is truth stranger than fiction be cause we do not meet it so frequent ly? Don't blame the small people too much, we have all, through civiliza tion, become so denatured by its in ane etiquette that like other hybrids we are moulded by environment. The United States government is one of the greatest employers of la bor in the world, and it has been as certained that more than a half mil lion people, or to be more exact 513,854, draw regular pay from Un cle Sam. In addition to this num ber are 64,000 clerks not included, who are paid personally by fourth class postmasters. The number of federal employees protected by the civil service is 222,278. The trip of President Taft as or iginally planned, has come to...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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