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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 October 1908

'THE ENTERPRISE. .4 W~eeklUy *erosprper Whose Interests are Irleatifed rith those of 7orth-era .onelatrearr and Especitell/, of the ,MAilk Riiver I'alley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA, OCTOBER, 14, 190.. 2 The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. LOSS AND GAIN The man who spends every cent of his income, no matter how hrge, is poorer than he who saves part of his, no matter how small. That's sound com mon sense. This advice is just as sound: Put tew or many dol lars, as often as you can spare them, into the strong box of The First State Bank of Malta. U. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. iIALTL, cashier. DIR iECToS. S. McKennan Ceo. W. Clay H. C. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir. W. A. Clrk., of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall DR. GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN andSURGEON OFFICE & RESIDENCE MAIN STREET MALTA, MONTANA JOHN A. TRIESSLER ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in all State and Federal Courts. Office: Main street, south Side, Malta, Montana t Call on the Dentist, Dr...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 October 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICHEL, 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. POLITICAL. Joseph M. Brown was elected gov ernor of Georgia over Yancey Carter, Independence party candidate. William H. Taft and William J. Bry an, rival candidates for the presidency of the United States, met in Chicago at the fourth annual banquet of the Chicago Association of Commerce. It was strictly a non-partisan affair, poli tics being absolutely barred. Earlier in the day Judge Taft addressed the Lakes-to-Gulf Waterway convention, and Thursday morning Br. Bryan made a speech before the same body. President Roosevelt announced that he would tmake no speeches in support of the candidacy of William 1t. Taft for the presidency, as there was no necessity for such action. Revival of the rumors that Presi dent Roosevelt will ma...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 October 1908

When the Tide Turned By George Harvey (Copyrighti by Shortstory Pub. Co.) The following story is true in all its details, real names alone being omitted for obvious reasons. Henry Bradford left his Old Colony home on a bright summer day to seek his fortune in New York. He had the best wishes of every body, for he was a decent boy, and all who knew him liked his manly ways. But he found the metropolis a tough proposition. The fierce, pushing, fight for-life workseekers jostled and crowded him beyond all his previous conceptions, and he, not having the faculty of retaliating in kind, found himself pushed to the wall. He get employment, it is true, but he could not hold it for any length of time, owing largely to his lack of knowledge of urban conditions, and also to much bad luck. So, after four years' struggle, he gave it up and acknowledged himself beaten. The struggle had been con tinuous and altogether one-sided, and as he sat upon the stringpiece of an East river pier, it was bor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 October 1908

Jewell base Burner If you are thinking of buying a Base Burner come in I and let us show you the celebrated Jewell line, they are the finest and best there is on the market today, as they always have been. JEWEL BASE BURNERS are constructed on a scien. tific plan that makes the back and base of the stove an effective heating surface. There is not a single "dead" spot, which means getting all the heat out of the stove. Jewell Base Burner's claim for superiority is based entirely on heat producing, fuel saving and high quality. An examination will prove conclnsive that no other base burner will accomplish these fea tures in so great a degree. ChambrHardware and _Chambers itreto THE MALTA MERCANTILE CO Headquarters for RaNch Supplies We carry in stock at all times a full line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES, CROCKERY, IIARDWA{RE, TINWARE, PAINTS, 01 LS, FLOUR, FEE), GRAIN, SALT, BARBED WIRE, NAILS, BLACLSMITII COAL, PLOWS, SCRAPERS, STUI)ElAKER VEHIIICLES, M'CORMICK MACHINERY, Lumber and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 October 1908

1 HE ENTERPRISE.qa stor cal et d IVeekly. .,,uvprper I,'eose Irltere.st ,are .tlceidiled utl it those of .Yrth.rlle , lotortL (tul Esspelirlly of the ,M[ilk Ilirer I 'rl.ey VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUN'TY. MONTANA OCTOBER, 21, 190S. N. DR. GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OFFIOE & RESIDENCE MAIN STREET MALTA, MONTANA ROBERT M REICHEL U. S. COMMISSIONER OFFICE IN ENTERPRISE BUILDING MATA. MONT. JOHN A. TRESSLER ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in all State and Federal Courts. Office: Main street, south Side, Malta Montana W. H. MANN (County Surveor. ) SURVEYOR AND PIGQA TION FNGINEER. tel es and Reservoirs Surve ed. Claims Located. MALTA, MONTA. A. Call on the Dentist, Dr Dick son, Tuesdays of each week, and have your teeth extracted by the use of Soemnoforme., absolutely without pain. Office Great Nor thern hotel. tf LOCAL SOCIETIES S ALTA LODGE NO. 57, A F& A M. MeM'et 2 nd and Fourth Saturdiv evenmln of eaeh month. (; W Clat, W %I; it C I.ehman, S ; A I)avidson,J W; J A Atwood...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 October 1908

MALTA. " MONTr HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. PERSONAL. A message just received from Dr. Frederick A. Cook, written February 26, says he was making a straight line for the pole. David W. Hill of Poplar Bluff, Mo., has resigned as a candidate for the Republican nomination for "United States senator. Horace D. Taft, principal of Taft school at Watertown, Conn., and brother of William H. Taft, refused a nomination for representative in the state legislature. Harry K. Thaw was sent back to Matteawan Hospital for the Criminal Insane by order of Justice Mills of the New York supreme court. Col. Ike T. Pryor of San Antonio, Tex., was elected chairman of the ex ecutive committee of the trans-Mis rissippi congress. Col. William F. Stewart, the Fort 3rant "exile," was retired by direction if the president. John H. Buckner pleaded guilty of election frauds in St. Louis and was iiven three years in prison. BULGARIAN SITUATION. Germany has assured Turkey she wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 October 1908

Light Freights S W. w. JACOBS A Garden Plot (Copyright, Dodd, eadn Compan.) The able-bodied men of the village were at work, the children were at school singing the multiplication table lullaby, while the wives and mothers at home nursed the baby with one hand and did the housework with the other. At the end of the village an old man past work sat at a rough deal table under the creaking signboard of the Cauliflower, gratefully drinking from a mug of ale supplied by a chance traveler who sat opposite him. 'It ain't what it was when I was a boy," quavered the old man, filling his pipe with trembling fingers. "I mind when the grindstone was stuck just outside the winder o' the forge instead o' being one side as it now is; and as for the shop winder-it's twice the size it was when I was a young 'un." He lit his pipe with the scientific accuracy of a smoker of 60 years' standing, and shook his head solemn ly as he regarded his altered birth place. Then his color heightened and his dim e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 October 1908

THE ENTERPRISE R. M. REICHEL, ofTOn. Entered in the post office at Malta. Montana, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Official Paper of Valley County REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET For President - WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT, of Ohio. For Vice President- JAMES S. SHERMAN, of New York. The Republican State Ticket. For Congress-Charles N. Pray of Chouteau. For (overo,l'r- Ed ward Don lan of Missoula. F or Lieutenaut.(;ý,veinor--W' R. Alloen of Doer Lodge. For Associate .1Jutice of tlie Supreme (ourt-W. L. Hollo way, of (allatin. For Secretary of State--A. N. Yoder of Silver Bow. For Attorney General--A J. Galen of Lewis and Clark. For State Treasurer-Elmner E. Esselstyn of Carbon. For State Auditor-Harry Cunningham of Silver Bow. For Superintendent of In struction-W. E. Harmon of Gal latin. For Six Year Terim Railroad Commission-r-Dau Boyle of Park. For Four Year Term lailroad Commnissiomer - B. T. Stanton of ( aliatin. Forr Tir-Year Term Railroad (nommissimner-E. A. M`.l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 October 1908

SUNDA Y, OCTOCER 25, Irv IA kImASI AII II GALA DAT For The In Northern Montana A Big Sunday Excursion to the Government Dam at FREE WAGON RIDE OVER THE CANAL To give the people in the valley an opportunity to see what is being done by the Reclamation Service and the Lower Milk River Water Users' Association. On this the greatest Government Irrigation Enterprise in the United States. U. S. Senators Thomas H. Carter and Paris Gibson and the Veteran Irrigationist and Farmer I. D. O'Donald of Billiings, Montana, have been invited to attend. Excursion trains will leave bath Havre and Glasgow in the morning arriving at Government Spur at Dam about noon, where cars will remain standing for the comfort and convenience of passengers, ladies and children are especially invited to come. Number 1 will leave Glasgow at 9:35 A. M. stopping at Hinsdale, Saco and Malta, arriving at Dodson Dam at twelve O'Clock noon. These passengers will return by special train leaving Dodson Dam at 5 P. M. and ar ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 October 1908

iE Mrs. Todd's Three Flights-Front By Richard B. Shelton (Copyright, by Shortstory Pub. Co.) MIrs. Todd's lodging house was a model of its kind. It was on a quiet atruet, yet convenient to the cars, its rooms were commodious and well heated, and Mrs. Todd was the soul of cleanliness. The lodgers, too, were in keeping with the house-a piarried couple, a retired school teacher, one or two working women .nd several pleasant-spoken young young men, who made little unneces pary noise and paid their rent prompt ly. All in all, fortune had smiled on Mrs. Todd since, in early widowhood, she had taken this lodging house as a means of livelihood. Yet there was one grain of anxiety in her cup of happiness. "Three-flights-front," at the top of the house, was, to all appearances, a most desirable room. All day long the sun shone into it and its windows gave a pleasant outlook across the chimney pots of the houses opposite. It had a new carpet and very tidy cur tains. but, despite these attractio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 October 1908

W$BEAU BRUMMIEI jil 00 ) IC) (L(j 'ATA It ý4 t .U : ; `%" ' ?; i>' VII I P ' . . S£ ?3: f: I; rROT/,AL corsrutT: L:+ A/?AB/ t/ &?/?f.~5 " (Jt) ) r i IHE American girl is so ac. cus!omed to a short, roman tic courtship which reaches its cli- , max in a large wed ding with a double ring service, she imagines girls are wooed and won in the same way everywhere. Though men are courted and girls are won the world over, there are many strange and unusual customs as sociated with the winning. Even in Europe marriages are made much more conven tionally than in this ncountrv,-" and it Is only in most recent times that young men have been allowed to court girls without the con sent and aid of their parents. But in France to-day among the haut monde the parents of the young man must be counseled, and unless he is 25 years old he cannot marry the girl without their con sent. A far wiser way for him to do is to talk it over with the parents. If the girl is attractive and the family is cong...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 October 1908

NOTICE OF ELECTION, CONSTI TUTIONAL AMENDMENT. tHOUSE BILL NO. 352. "An Act providing for the submis sion to the electors of the State of Montana an amendment to Section 14 of Article xII of the Constitution of the State of JMontana relating to the care and management of public mon eys in the hands op lpublic officers, and providing for a State Depository Board to direct the depositing of state moneys in the possession of the State Treasurer." Be it enacted by the Legislative As sembly of the State of Montana; Section i. That there shall be sub mitted to the qualified electors of the State of Montana at the next general election, an amendment to Section 14 of Article XII of the State Constitu tion relating to the care and manage ment of public moneys in the hands of public olfficers, and providing for a State 1)epostory Board to direct the depositing of state moneys in the possession of.the State Treasurer, so that said Section 14 will read as fol lows. Section 14- The Govenor, Stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 October 1908

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 W~eekly Newsopaper WVwse Interests are Identified with those of Northern Afontance aend Especially of the .4ilk liver Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA OCTOBER, 28, 1908. No. ? 2 DR. GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OFFIQE & RESIDENCE MAIN STREET MALTA, MONTANA ROBERT M. REICHEL U. S. COMMISSIONER OFFICE IN ENTERPRISE BUILDING MALTA. *. MONT. JOHN A. TRESSLER ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in all State and Federal Courts. Office: Main street, south Side, Malta, Montana W. H. MANN (County Surveyor.) SURVEYOR AND RqIGA TION ENGINEER. tcl es and Reservoirs Surveyed. Claims Located. MALTA, MONTA-"A. Call on the Dentist. Dr Dick son, Tuesdays of each week, and have your teeth extracted by the use of Soemnoforme., absolutely without pain. Office Great Nor thern hotel. tf LOCAL SOCIETIES M4,MALTA LODGE NO. 57, A F& A M. 1 Meets 2nd and Fourth 1atnrdiv evening Sf'~V A I)ividlnn, j 'iV; j A Atwood, tSec'y; 11 M1 'I'rafton, 'IrrLn V. s''ng Bre th~ren cord...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 October 1908

eAV'LDW G~AkZftN .7fi TR~ACTION Th fk AST of Pittsburg they look upon the man who goes to Chicago as brave. A woman vis itor is hailed as a her oine upon her return. They regard Chicago as the frontier of the United States, teeming with wild holdups, ghastly murders, the mecca for confidence men and desperado gangs. Such is not the case to-day. Perhaps it was a quarter of a century ago, but the present-day Chicago is perhaps the mtc-i cartfully guarded city in the co-ntry. TI'o why and wherefore of this griaily improved condition is 5,000 lolicemen-athletes. And the reason fo: the athletic force is the civil ser vice law with its physical require ments, which the man who would be come a cop" must equal or excel to become a full-fledged minion of the Hie must have a perfect chest, heart, lungs, his muscles must be strong, his bones well knitted, he must be at least five feet eight inches in height, and not more than six feet five inches. App.icants in taking physical tests must tip t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 October 1908

Light Freights W. W. JACOBS Private Clothes (Copyright, Dodd, Mead Comapan.) At half-past nine the crew of the Merman were buried in slumber, at 9:32 three of the members were awake with heads protruding out of their bunks, trying to peer through the gloom, while the fourth dreamt that a tea-tray was falling down a never ending staircase. On the floor of the forecastle something was cursing pret tily and rubbing itself. Bill struck a tandsticker match, and carefully nursing the tiny sulphurous flame with his hand, saw dimly some high-colored object on the floor. He got out of his bunk and lit the lamp, and an angry and very drunken mem ber of her majesty's foot forces be came visible. "Wot are you doin' 'ere?" inquired Ted, sharply, "this ain't the guard room." "Who knocked me over?" demanded the soldier, sternly; "take your co coat off l1k' a man." He rose to his feet and swayed un steadily to and fro. "If you keep your li'1' 'eads still," he said, gravely, to Bill, "I'll punch 'em...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 October 1908

List of Official Nomin ations Republican Party Democratic Party Socialist Party Independence Party Prohibition Party Citizens Party Independent P For Presidential Electors For Presidential Electors For Presidential Eloctors For Presidential Electors For Presidential Electors Q PAUL McCORMICK Q JOSEPH T. BROWN Q FRANK J. MABIE O ANDREW WORMSER Q W. W. WYLIE U CHARLES S. WARREN Q LEWIS PENWELL Q HIRAM J. PLATT Q AL. J. CLAGUE E. M. ELLIS O WILLIAM GALLICK Q THOMAS McTAGUE Q HERMAN SCHNICK Q GEORGE TUCKER 0 0. F. McHARGUE For Representative in Congress For Representative in Congress For Representative in Congress U CHARLES N. PRAY U THOMAS D. LONG L LEWIS J. DUNCAN U U U For Governor For Governor For Governor Q EDWARD DONLAN Q EDWIN L NORRIS Q HARRY HAZELTON For Lieutenant Governor For Lieutenant Governor For Lieutenant Governor U WILLIAM R. ALLEN [ THOMAS M. SWINDLEHURST U F. L. BUZZELL U U U For Associate Justice of the Supreme For Associate Justice of the For Associate Justice of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 October 1908

BERNARD L. POAERS O JOHN W. TATTAN Q Q For Representative in the Legisla- For Representative in the Legisla tive Assembly tive Assembly Q FRANK G. ARNETT E S. P. MITCHELL Q El For County Commissioner For County Commissioner E JAMES T. FARRIS [ P. L HERRING E E For Sheriff For Sheriff E C. W. POWELL E S. C. SMALL For Clerk and Recorder For Clerk and Recorder E W. B. SHOEMAKER E W. G. SCHNEIDER E E For Treasurer For Treasurer E ARTHUR E. BALLARD LYMAN BARNES A B For Clerk of the District Court For Clerk of the District Court E CLARENCE C. BEEDE El I. A. OAKES E E For Assessor For Assessor E JAMES FOX E SEPTIMUS DRABBS E El For County Attorney For County Attorney E THOS. E. CRUTCHER E THOMAS DIGNAN E _ For Superintendent of Schools For Superintendent of Schools E LILLIAN D HARRIS E E E For Coroner For Coroner E CHAS. E. PETERSON E R. P. MINNICK Eor blic Administrator ElAt said Election there will also be submitted to the Electors of the FFor Public Administrator rJACOB SEEL J. W. WILLI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 October 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICHEL, 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. PERSONAL. Broughton Brandenburg, the alleged author of the Cleveland letter, in which the ex-president was made to favor the election of Taft in prefer ence to Bryan, was arrested at Day ton, O.. on charges of forgery and grand larceny. M. Gaston Thomson, the French minister of marine, resigned as a re sult of a vote In the chamber of depu ties deploring the negligence in his department as indicated by the lena disaster. Lieut. Frank T. Evans of the battle ship Louisiana, who recently was court-martialed on a charge of ab senting himself from his post while officer of the deck, disrepect to his superior officer, and intoxication, has been found guilty of the two former charges. The sentence pronounced provides that Lieut. Evans s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 October 1908

The Obsequies of 01 Miss Jug By Jean Ross Irvine (Copyright, by Shortatory Pub. Co.) "This sort of day always reminds me of Indians," said Mrs. Allbright, taking a long look around over the hills. It was an afternoon late in August. A blue haze, the smoke of distant for est fires, lay upon the land, lending to the old familiar hills an air of mystery and remoteness, like that of veiled faces. Down in the valleys and upon the long hillsides the blue faded softly into the gray of the sage brush, and the gray into the vague green' of the creek bottom. Mrs. Allbright, the wife of the man ager, and I, the governess, of the Big Red ranch, were sitting on the porch. "I don't know why," she continued; "perhaps because it's such a very lazy day." Ten minutes later we discovered more convincing reasons fo'r the tenor of her thoughts, in the weekly paper, brought by a mounted messenger from the post office over fifty miles away. The population of the Big Red com. prised three women, four men a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 October 1908

ANOTHER LIE NAILED To The Voters of Valley County, Gentlemen: Last week our friends, the enemy, saw tit to publish through the columns of the Review, an article re flecting on your humble servant in connection with the shortage of Ex treasurer Wofford, and were it not for the fact that there are a number of voters in this county who are not personally accquainted with me, I would not attempt to refute the state ment. as I am willing to stand on my record with those who know me well, that they well refute any smecl scan dal. I was exhonorated of all blame both by the State Examiner and the two Public Accountants, Geo. laben and Lawrence McDonald, of Great Falls, Montana, who checked both my and Woffords books for the twenty four months (uring which he was in office and did not change a tigure on my books, which are subject to the in spection of any one who cares to look at them. As to deputies, this office consists of the otlices of Hegister of Deeds, Auditor and County Clerk in one,...

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