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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 November 1908

THE ENTERPRISE. .t Weekly Newspr(per Whose Interests ar'e Idetttfled with. those of .Yortheron J.ontanct and Especially of the Millk River T'Valey VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA NOVEMBER 4, 1908. No. '!3 DR. GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OFFIGE & 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 RRIGA TION ENGINEER. . itcl 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 M ALTA LODGE NO. 57, AF F& A M. Meets 2nd and Fourth Saturdty evening t of each month. G \\ Clay, W M; It C Lehman, S W; A Davidson,J RV; J A Atwood, Sec'y; It R Tr...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 November 1908

A Brilliant Coincidence By ANNIE RANKIN OSBORNE (Copyright, by Shortstory Pub. Co.) The sun cannot always remain be hind a cloud. There is bound to come a dlay, even in the dullest climes, when the clouds will have exhausted their powers to weep, and cannot help but let the light of heaven through. Mrs. Montgomery Spranglin was just emerging into the sunlight of life after the dark days of first widow hood. She was attractive and had lost none of her heaven-born joyous na ture, despite the submergence. Fur thermore, she was pretty enough to win admiration for herself alone, re gardless of what the Spranglin estate might stand for. To the credit of Mr. Jonas Beverly be it said, he knew nothing of the estate, and loved Mrs. Spranglin with out question. They were going out to a musical at the home of a friend. She had not yet drawn on her gloves, and at a turn of the stairway she threw back her lek arm to gather her skirts, and struck her hand forcibly on the stair rail. "Oh!" she gasp...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 November 1908

U IA I>UMPHA AS 'ý ý fL yi~ ~ : : ' :': II /l~ h'0U' R T1ON f ,' T M~kiY PRO,Af~ b o ~ ~ ~ 4 . 4+ 1 4 4 .. 4 4y 4 4e g l ý , ; 4 m o . yI j.+ {{{ :S4. AM' 44. ' ~yA' fiY. TI/ T/ý y ýo7~y WAý HEN a man goes hunting W tigers from the back of an elephant, about one-third of the danger lies in the and the other two-thirds is contributed by the various things the elephant is li able to do. In fact, if the danger from the tiger were the only thing to consider, tiger hunting would be a favorite diversion for so. ciety hunt clubs where tea is served at the end. In a tiger hunt, anywhere from a half dozen to 100 elephants are used. When an Indian prince goes forth on a royal hunt, there are even more ele phants than that brought along. When a normal man issues forth; lie en deavors to get along with the half dozen. For elephants are expensive; they cost all the way from $400 to $1,200; a dollar a day to feed, besides the pay of the guides, which is not cheap. So that the man who has a tig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 November 1908

WAS NOT THANKFUL MR. COOLEY FAILED TO APPR. CIATE WIFE'S EFFORTS. Of Course She Meant It for the Best, But Her Liege Lord Thought the Remedy Worse Than the Disease. My neighbor Cooley suffered a good deal last winter from rheumatism in his breast, and his wife was badly frightened about it for fear it should end in consumpt!ion. ('oley could not be inAlcled to try any remedy for the trouble, and Mrs. Cooley was nearly worried to death ablua it. At last she detlerlminlld t ttry strategy. She mnade a dry mustard llaster and one night while he was asleep shie sewed it upon the inside of his undershirt, so that it would lust cover the rhoumlnatic place. Cooley dressed himself in the morn Ing, who lly isutspiiouis of the pres ence of the plaster, and went down stairs. At the breakfast tlable, while he was talking to his wife. he sud denly stopped, looked cross-eyed, and a spasm of pain passed over his face. Then he took up the thread of the con versation again and went on. He was in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 November 1908

- _Jewel base Burner I f you are thinking of buying a Base Burner come in 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 0 been. JEWEL BASE BSURNERS 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 eri miraticn will plcve conclnsive that no other Ease burner will acccmplith these fea tures in so great a degree. Chambers' Hardware and Furniture Store THE, GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL MAL A, - - - - - MONANA MAX 8SK LOWER, Proprietor A strictly new and modern, up-to-date, three-story brick Hotel, convenient alike to depot and business portion of the city. Rooms Single and en suite. Rates $2 per day up ALL ROOMS CLEAN, AIRY AND COMFORTALBE FINE SAMPLE ROOMS F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 November 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA., MONT. HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. PERSONAL. William Montgomery, ex-cashier of the Allegheny National bank, was for the second time found guilty in Pitts burg of embezzlemen and abstraction of funds. Prince Henry of Prussia spent sev eral hours in the air as the guest of Count Zeppelin, who made an ascen sion in his 'remodeled airship. Not only did the prince thoroughly enjoy his experience, but he sat at the steer ing wheel for many miles of the flight. Dr. C. S. Mack, coroner of Laporte county, Indiana, resigned to become pastor of a Swedenborgian church in Toledo, O. Countess Szchenyi, formerly Miss Gladys Vanderbilt, gave birth to a daughter. Will H. Pettis, former county treas urer, pleaded guilty at Sac City, Ia., to embezzling $27,000 of the funds of the county and was sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary. Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens of Port land, Maine, was unanimously re elected pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 November 1908

e Light Freights W. W. JACOBS BULLY OF THE "CAVENDISH" (Copyright, Dodd, Mead Company.) "Talking of prize fighters, sir," said the night watchman, who had nearly danced himself over the edge of the wharf in illustrating one of Mr. Cor bett's most trusted blows, and was now sitting down taking in sufficient air for three, "they ain't wot they used to be when I was a boy. They adver tise in the papers for months and months about their fights, and when it does come off, they do it with gloves, and they're all right agin a day or two arter. "The strangest prize fighter I ever come acrost was one wot shipped with me on the Cavendish. He was the most eggstrordinary fighter I've ever seen or 'eard of, and 'e got to be such a nuisance afore 'e'd done with us that we could 'ardly call our souls our own. He shipped as an ordinary seaman-a unfair thing to do, as 'e was anything but ordinary, and 'ad no right to be there at all. "We'd got one terror on board afore he come, and that was Bill Bon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 4 November 1908

LOCAL NEWS For Sale 200 2-year old Ramble A Bucks for sale. They are from the best strains in the country and samples may be seen at Johnson & ('lanton's livery barn. John Etcliepare. Miss Eitlegeorge, the deaconess for the hospital at Great Falls wishes to thank the people of Malta for their generous support and kind treatmient while here. As the amlounllt contri buted toward this worthy institution was better than site expected. E. E. ('rofut, Malt's expert watch maker, is fitting ul the interior of his jewelry shop very neatly with snew glass cases for his Iarge line of clocks and jewelry. lie is preparing to give the Malta people an opportu nity to get their Christmas supplies early and at home. The people of Malta should shows their applreciation c yl patronizing' on establishmentt of this kind whenever an opportunity presents itself,. M. E. Church Announcements e For next Suinday--Sunday Sdchool at o lit a. in. We invite all children to come and hope parents will see that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 November 1908

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper W/wse Interests are Identified with those of Northernr Monrtana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MON .NA NOVEMBER 11, 190P. No. 25 DR. GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OFFIOX 4 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 RRIGA TION ENGINEER. - itcles and Reservoirs Surveyed. Claims Located. MALTA, MONTAx-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 MALTA LODGE NO. 57, A F 4 A M. Meets 2nd and Fourth Saturdvy evening of each month. G AClay, W M; it C Lehman, S W; A Davidson,J'W; J A Atwood, Sec'y; R M Trafton, Treas Visiting Br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 November 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 Pew Lines for the Perusal of the Busy Man Latest Personal .Infor mation. PERSONAL.. Wilbur Wright, the American aero planist, was banqueted by the Aero Club of France and presented with the club's gold medal and the special medal of the Academy of Sports. President Charles W. Eliot, for more than 40 years the head of Harvard university, tendered his res ignation to take effect May 19, 1909. The seventy-fourth anniversary of the birth of the dowager empress of China was celebrated at Amoy, and the event was made the greatest day of the festivities in honor of the visit of the American fleet. Mrs. Alice Cheney Brown of New York swindled a Chicago brokerage firm out of $20,000 in bonds, was ar rested as she was leaving for Denver, gave up her plunder, confessed and was allowed to go. B. C. Whitney of Det...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 November 1908

TAFT AND SHERMAN BY A BIG MAJORITY THE ELECTION AT A GLANCE President William Howard Taft. Vice-President James Schoolcraft Sherman. Republican electoral vote........ 319 Democratic electoral vote........ 156 Number states carried by Taft... 29 Number states carried by Bryan.. 16 Maryland's eight votes split. New York, Ohio and Indiana go for Taft. New Congress ............Republican Majority in house............... 41 Majority in senate............... 27 Winning Governors Illinois, Charles S. Deneen (Rep.); plurality.............23,000 Indiana, Thomas R. Marshall (Dem.); plurality...........10,000 Wisconsin, J. O. Davidson (Rep.); plurality in doubt. Michigan, Fred M. Warner (Rep.); plurality..............7,000 Iowa, B. F. Carroll (Rep.); plurality ........50,000 Ohio, Judson Harmon (Dem.); plurality in doubt. Col...................Shafroth, Dem. Conn.........George F. Lilley, Rep. Del........Simeon S. Pennewill, Rep. Fla.........Albert W. Gilchrist, Dem. Idaho...........James H. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 November 1908

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc., Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Mlontana,asSecond Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County Now that the battle of hallots is over and prosperity has again been asiurt'd ihle people, att eition will onc1i more le given to business at fairs. There will he no more "last apipieil,,. or save the cointtry. Flusinils m ill once more walk to businei s together adl discuss the a eltfirt of their homes. George Washington am Bhunker Hill will get a rest and so a ill t he records of ptiulic 0Win, il a the orators and the erand old fag" and the throats of fhle tandidates and their adliereiits. In a few mornings after the cahinet iuestion is settled we will wake tip and find such a blissful stillness and such a delicious silence pervading the land that we shall wonder what tihe in the night we died and winged our way to that better clime. Anyway, it is worth going through just to get over it. This new awak ,cning should...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 November 1908

DOIT NOW -Subscribe For____ THE ENTERPRISE Published in the interec: of the people of the entire Milk River Valley and Northern Montana. Citizens of this prolific Valley who desire to keep abreast with all inter 4 eating and up-to-date news should subscribe for this paper. Send it East to some friend or relative fora Chiristmas present, they will appreciate it better than any other gift. ONLY $2.00 PER YEAR IN AD VANCE Is recognized as the leading Advertising Medium in Northern Montana. It reaches practically every home The E iiter rise within this great Milk River Valley. Our advertising rates are reasonable and we guarantee good results. Our Job Department Is Up-to-date in every detail and all Work Promptly Done Call and see our equipment and Out of town orders executed we will be pleased to show you with dispatch. Samples of job Samples of our Artistic Job Work work sent upon request The above is a cut of our large cylinder bress which was recently purchased from the C. I. Johnso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 November 1908

........, >` - _ mo j ý ý tv b~y . pp . /~ ,ý . .4.,4 1-1 / rI, C~l~Y IlOB /PF/YGII~fF 00 rf~f`1,pc sq ,ECON rats./ND/ r ^. <<, / wM - oorýýý/44 OT many cobblers of the ,59' present day know that they have a patron saint, but they have. Saint Crispin was his name and he held forth way back in the third century preaching Christianity in the day time and making shoes at night. Some said he stole the leather, while others declared that he got it from heaven. The former assertion was probably instigated by the less saintly cobblers, for St. Crispin sold his shoes very cheap. The shoe trade had quite a high station in the old days. George Fox, the first of the Quakers, was a shoemaker. Hans Sachs, the most eminent poet of Germany, was a cobbler.. So was William Gif ford, the famious editor of the Quarterly. Shoes, as we know them, are purely a western institution. But there is a reason and incidentally a queer juxtaposition. A Christian takes his hat off when he enters a church ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 November 1908

Light Fr eights W. W. JACOBS RESURRECTION OF WIGGETT (Copyright, Dodd, Mad Compauy.) Mr. Sol Ketchmaid, landlord of the Ship, sat in his snug bar, rising oc casionally from his seat by the taps to minister to the wants of the cus tomers who shared this pleasant re treat with him. Forty years at sea before the mast had made Mr. Ketchmaid an authority on affairs maritime; five years in command of the Ship inn, with the nearest other licensed house five miles off, had made him an autocrat. Twice recently had he found oc casion to warn Mr. Ned Clark, the vil lage shoemaker, the strength of whose head had been a boast in the village for many years. On the third occasion the indignant shoemaker was inter rupted in the middle of an impas sioned harangue on free speech and bundled into the road by the ostler. After this nobody was safe. To-night Mr. Ketchmaid, meeting his eye as he entered the bar, nodded curtly. The shoemaker had stayed away three days as a protest, and the landlord was na...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 11 November 1908

LOCAL NEWS Tom McDonald and wife, of Hins dale, visited in town last Thursday. Mennen's Talcum Powder 15c at THE FAIR, Havre, Mont. Walter Williams, of Plentywood, was registered at the Great Northern last Sunday. If wise investment is the conquest of poverty than THE FAIR at Havre is the guide to prosperity. Thos. Kelly, mayor of Dodson, and wife, were Malta callers the latter part of last week. You can do better at the Fair, Iavre, Montana. Andy Avery, a well known Havre business man, transacted business in town the first of the week. Thirty-four Ladies' Tailor Made Suits, worth up to $27.00 are now on special sale at The Fair Store, Havre, for $16.50. H. H. Hedges, well known and popular stockman, of Saco, visited in Malta one day last week. Al. Stode, a well known and pop ular stockman of Havre, was in town last Friday, taking a prominent part in the North Montana Roundup asso ciation meeting. For Sale 200 2-year old Ramble A Bucks for sale. They are from the best strains in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 November 1908

THE ENTERPRISE. Nd .Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified witlh those of Northlern Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA NOVEMBER 18, Ic0W. No. '16 DR. GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OFFIGE & RESIDENCE MAIN STREET MALTA, MONTANA ROBERT M, REICHEL U. S. COMMISSIONER OFFICE IN ENTERPRISE BUILDING MALTA. :- MONT. JOHN A. TRESSLElR 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 RRIGA TION ENGINErR. itcles and Reservoirs Surveved. 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. if LOCAL SOCIETIES 4 M ALTA LODGE NO. 57, A F& A M. Meets 2nd and Fourth faturdlty evening of each month. G W Clay, WV M; It C Lehlman, 8 eV; A Davidson,J W; J A Atwood, Sec'y; It M Trafto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 November 1908

Her and Ion oreign Oirw .BEward Punroy-Reed (1 /(Ji \a y :I I, v 2he-. dthoi'eJ E elevate our chins, ex :pand our chests and don our "came over on the Mayflower" e x p r e s s io n w hen some one mentions ' the origin of Thanksgiv ing. Unhesitatingly we lay claim to the honor of having the "only original" Thanksgiving day on the globe. Then along comes a long-haired historian with his array of facts and our pride receives a shock. There is hardly a country in the world which does not give thanks for one reason or another. Some have bet ter reasons than others, but they all claim to have sufficient excuse for being grateful to set aside one day each year. Thanksgiving day was held long be fore the timber for the Mayflower or the Anne was planted. It had its origin in antiquity when the Romans and Greeks held a fast day in October which they dedicated to the goddess of agriculture and followed the day of fasting by one of feasting and royal frolicking, a day on which the chase and all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 November 1908

Light Freights W. W. JACOBS A Marked Man (Copyright, Dodd, Sead Company.) "Tattooing is a gift," said the night watchman 'firmly. "It 'as to be a gift, as you can well see. A man 'as to know wot 'e is going to tattoo an' 'ow to do it; there's no rubbing out ov altering. It's a gift, an' it can't be learnt. I knew a man once as used to tattoo a cabin-boy all over every v'y'ge trying to learn. 'E was a slow, pains taking sort o' man, and the langwidge those boys used to use while 'e was at work would 'ardly be believed, but 'e 'ad to give up trying arter about fifteen years and take to crochet-work instead. "Some men won't be tattooed at all, being proud o' their skins or sich-like, and for a good many years Ginger Dick, a man I've spoke to you of be fore, wNs one o' that sort. Like many red-'aired men 'e 'ad a very white ekin, which 'e was very proud of, but at last, owing to a unfortnit idea o' making 'is fortin, 'e let hisself be done. "It come about in this way: Him and old Sam Sm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 November 1908

Andrew Wormser 1 John H. Tolen 507 ' Commissoners8 Al. J. Clogue " C. M. Parr " George Tucker 2 State Treasurer roceedings E. M. Ellis 12 Phil C. Goodwin 532 O. F. McHargue 11 John Powers 55 Eugene V. Debs 1 " State Auditor Representatives in Congress- Harry A. Cunningham 886 Votes At 10 o'clock, a. m.. Nov. 9, 1908, Board of Charles N. Pray 906 Votes Henry L. Sherlock 499 County Corn misi. li, ls of Valley County. Monta-. iJohn Survant 1 . Paul ll. Castle 56 na, met lursuant to law as a Board of Canvassers ! Thomos D. Long 491 StateSupt. of Public Instruction- to canvas the returns of the general election held Louis J. Duncan 62 Wilfred E. Harmon 886 Votes Nov.:1. I.. . I.. (rn-well, A. nDaviaon and Governor- Wiley Mountjoy 468 X.V n. Slclh'idie and t Clrk tolan te t IwlDtta Lyons 5 " All ret srn: havirý I:ccn received Boald pro- Edwin L. Norris 52 " Railroad Commissioner-6 year term Hcdol 1o carvas returs as fotlowi : Harry Hazelton 60 " Dan Boyle 89 Votes Ac,, rditn." to the thiu...

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