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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 August 1912

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Xorthern Montana and Especially of the Mille River Valley VOL. 15 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 8 1912. No. 1; THE BOUNTIFUL HAY CROP--HOW TO TAKE CARE OF IT In mu1ch of the Dakotas and in nearly all Montana the crop of native hay is unusually bountiful the present season, The unbroken lands are covered with vegetation such as is seldom seen in the areas named. Old timers say that the na tive grass crop this year has not been exceeded during the past twenty years. In some favored locations as the river bottoms, the blue joint hay will run more than a ton to the acre, and even on bench lands much of the entire area will repay cutting, even where the growth may be too light for profitable cutting, the pas ture furnished is going to mean much to the farmers of those states. Here then is an opportunity such as seldom comes to the farmers of West. May they improve it to the utmost. That hay...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 August 1912

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUJB. CQ.. Inoi'P. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana as Second Cla mail M ttor. SUBSCRIPTION 02.00 PER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPto1N. *2.0 PER kYdAR Published Every Thursday ti the Year. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN PACKA@ Thea'. 4 L fwe,.e woetas who servs this tea ueoee bld ý d Olca . utast im i-sem it sdt.*vethf aroma and et!aintof mom T &o' I'MIti - .6anborn'0 ;eta anb Q£offers FINEST GROWN J. F. Kilduff, MALTA, - MONTANA Dollar "Decoys Did you know that there was a relationship between dollars? Well it must be true anyway. Did you ever notice that once a man gets a few dollars others seem to fly into his pocket as if by magic? Most of the dollars of the United States are gathered together in large amounts. The more dollars a man gets the faster others join them. You may be unable to account for this but it is true nevertheless. Dollars like to congregate. Why not start a congregetion of your own? Let's explain. You make quite a bit of m...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 August 1912

bytO0UISJO& EPIYANC ILLUSTR.ATIONS"BY 3LLSWO it YOUP V boye ývýý Phi VAuN .,. 18 SYNOPSIS. The .toar opns at Monte Carlo with Cot Teremon O'Rourke a military tree laip and Something of a gambler, in his boWeL Leening on ~the balcony he sees a besIgitul girl who suddenly enteHos the elevator and passes from sight. At the .gaining table O'Rourke notices two men watching him. One is the Hon. Bertie 'Glpan, while his companion is Viscount Des Trebes, a duelist. The viscount tells hint the French government has directed him to O'Rourke as a man who would undertake a secret mission. At his apart ment. O'Rourke, who had agreed to un dertake the mission, finds a mysterious letter. The viscount arrives, hands a sealed package to O'Rourke, who is not to open it until on the ocean. A pair of dainty slippers are seen protruding from under a doorway curtain. The Irishman finds the owner of the mysterious feet to be his wife, Beatrix, from whom he had run away a year previous. They are reconc...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 August 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. MATTIE T. CRAMER, Editor. MALTA, - - - - MONTANA NEWS OF A WEEK IN CONDENSED FORM RECORD OF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST MANNER POSSIBLE. AT HOME AND ABROAD Hlappenings That Are Making History -Information Gathered from All Quarters of the Globe and Given In a Few Lines. Washington The house at Washington voted 145 to 109, to disagree to the senate's amendment to the sundry civil appro priation bill, continuing the present tariff board in office for another year. ** * President Taft waes formally noti tled of his nomination by the Repub lican convention by a committee head ed by Senator Root and delivered his speech of acceptance. *"* * The United States again has protest ed to the Mexican government and to General Orozco, leader of the revolu tionists, against attacks upon Amer ican citizens and property in northern Mexico. * * * Alleged sugar frauds at Philadel phia under investigation by Secre tary MacVeagh an...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 August 1912

"You Can Trust t'h People" I That's what Abraham Lincoln said, and he was rght. The People always know what they want and what is best for them. And when the Farmers of the World agree through A.. their judges at every World's Fait since 1867 that the Highest Award of Merit rightly be longs to the JOHN DEERE PLOW It puts the Oj.dal Stamp of Quality on a product that' has held first rank for over 60 years. If you are not now a John Deere Plow Man, you should "trust the people" and try 187 one the next time you buy. Isn't it worth at little more to you to own a "Deere" than to' pay your money for a plow less reliable, less durable and less satisfactory, even at a little less first cost? J. F. KILDUFF, AGENT 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. Team of geldings for sale. One team 3 ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 August 1912

PLAN OP BARTE Address of the Colonel Before the Progressive Convention. PRINCIPLES OF NEW PARTY Leader Discusses Courts and the Peo ple, Control of Trusts, Cost of Living, Tariff and Other Great issues. Chicago, Aug. 6.-Theodore Roose velt today addressed the convention of the National Progressive party, sounding the keynote for his followers and laying down the plan of battle to be waged by the new party. He dis cussed the principles of that party under these twelve subdivisions: The Helplessness of the Old Parties; The Right of the People to Rule; The Courts and the People; Constructive Control of the Trusts; Rights of the Wage-Worker; The Farmer; The Tar Iff; The High Cost of Living; Cur rency; Conservation; Alaska and In ternational Affairs. "The two old parties," he said, "are husks, with no real soul within either, divided on artificial lines, boss-ridden and privilege controlled, each a. jum ble of incongruous elements, and neith er daring to speak out wisely and fear lessly ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 August 1912

cAE Threshing Machine u~enwowrsoComspanty * NCQRPRATK.iDm $40,000,000 Capital Racine, Wis., U. S. A. Qver geqaty Tear, 4EV ience In The Manufacture Of Threshing and pter Machinery. OUR TRADE MA k CND H WORLD OVER G. W. HEWITT LOCAL AGENT MALTA, 9 MONT. C.A'u::1Th tory at Racine, Wisconsin, U. S. A. ' * .. " ' I ONE Complete Engine built EVERY FORTY MINUTES. We make engines to meet all demands from 18 to 110 horse power. HE J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO. Inc., is the pioneer in the Gas Tractor field although its product has only been on this mar- 200,000 ACRES OF CASE Engines are spring mounted, simpje in construction, durable, ket a comparatively short time. The first Case Tractor was buit h produce wth economy greater power than any other engine of the same twenty years ago. During all the intervening years the experts have been grint be treerated horse power. working out improvements. No product of this company is ever put on the LiweSrd. market until it has been thoroughly pesi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 August 1912

Getting Started Genevieve is always in a hurry. 'he only possible thing that, accord Ing to her friends, could prevent her krom hurrying wotld be a state of general paralysis. One of the contributory causes to her normal state of being in a hurry is that she does not make up her mind until the last possible minute. That was why it was not until her husband had pushed back his chair from the breakfast table that she suddenly ex plaimed: "I think we'll ge down to Springfield, Ill., to Cousin Nettie's Wedding today, after all. The train leaves at 11 o'clock and te'll get in With plenty of time to rest and dress, *for the wedding is not till eight o'clock." "All right," said her husband. "You'd better drive down in the elec tric and pick me up at the office. I'll have 'a boy from the office get the car at the station and take it home." Genevieve started from the house with plenty of time and with three suit cases bloeking up all the interior of the electric that she did not oc cupy hers...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 August 1912

1"HE ENTERPRISE 4 Weebly Newspaper Whfose Interests are Identified with those of Norther. ,ontdcna and Especially of the M.ilk River "alley VOL. 15. MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15 1912. No. 18 - L'S.Y iU US 1 .... .. iii i " -Gun Club Gets Busy The recent meeting of the Milk River Valley Gun Club in Malta did much to arouse enthusiasm among its Malta members. The club house on the shore of Lake Bowdoin, com pleted and furnished about a year ago, was an interesting topic of dis cussion. At this meeting it was voted to paint the house and to em ploy C. F. Mater as care taker for the season. It was also decided to meet all trains stepping- at Bowdoin and Charles Thomas was employed. as "hackman" to furnish a convey ance and carry the sportsmen to and from the station to the club house. The club house, two stories high, twentyby forty feet with an eighteen by twenty foot L and a balcony around the entire building above and. below, is located on the west end of and fr...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 August 1912

THE ENTERPRISE 'IIE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB3. CO., PROtPs. Entered in the post ollice at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SU1BSCRIP TION $2.00 PE'.l.: YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION., S42.50 PER YE IAR P'ublished Every Thursday in the Year. c$ttjedf Clothes EDWARDS & MCLELLAN Way Sagless Spring W HEN we state that the Way Sagless Spring will hold up a weight of seven tons it may seem an extravagant statement. The above picture doesn't show a load of seven tons, but it does show a load several times larger than you would Combined weight over 1300 pounds ever put on a spring in actual use. To still further prove our claims we put the following guarantee tag on every spring. Leave this tag on the spring it's our contract protecting you for twenty-five years. 'TTHIS WAY SAGLESS SPRING was made in 1912. If the fabric sags within 25 years of A that date we will furnish the user a new one without charge. MINNEAPOLIS BEDDING CO.. Manufacturers. (This tag will be attached to every sp...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 August 1912

i-. y LOUIS JOSEPH A/ (I ILLUSTRAT9I'ONS ST COPYRtO~LIWO 90 BlYOUN 17 SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Monte Carlo with Pol. Turence O'Rourke, a military free lance and something of a.gambleti in his otel. Leaning on the balcony he sees a beautiful girl who suddenly enters the elevator and passes from sight. At the gaming table O'Rourke notices two men watching him. One is the Hon. Bertie Glynn, while his companion is Viscount Des Trebes, a duelist. The viscount tells himn the French government has directed him to O'Rourke as a man who would undertake a secret mission. At his apart ment, O'Rourke, who had agreed to un dertake the mission, finds a mysterious letter. The viscount arrives, hands a Sealed package to O'Rourke, who is not to open it until on the ocean. A pair of dainty slippers are seen protruding from Snder a doorway curtain. The Irishman nds the owner of the mysterious feet to his wife, Beatrix, from whom he had un away a year previous. They are econciled, and opening the l...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 August 1912

Maltas nterprise. Published by E'I2 MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. MATTIE T. CRAMER, Editor. MALTA, - - - MONTANA EPITOME OF A WEEK'S NEWS Most Important Happen ings Told in Brief. Politics Without the taking of a single bal lot, after breaking the record for dem onstrations, after introducing women for the first time as a force in na tional politics, the Progressive con vention at Chicago adjourned sine die, having named Theodore Roosevelt for presidency and Hiram W. John son candidate for the vice-presidency. The platform adopted by the na tional Progressive convention at Chi cago advocates political, industrial, agrarian, commercial and social con servation and tariff reforms. It is in the form of a "contract with the peo ple" and was mostly written by Colonel Roosevelt. Ex-Senator Albert J. Beveridge of Indiana delivered the "keynote" speech at the birth of the national Progressive party in Chicago. Contesting negro delegations from Florida and Mississippi were barred from the Progre...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 August 1912

"Yo Can Trust the People" That's what Abraham Lincoln said, and he was right. The People always know what they want and, what is best for them. And when the Farmers of the World agree through their judges at every World's Fair since 1867 that the Highest Award of Merit rightly be longs to the JOHN DEERE PLOW It puts the Oi.al Stamp of Quality on a product that'has held first rank for over 60 years. If you are not now a John Deere Plow . Man, you should "trust the people" and try1 one the next time you buy. Isn't it worth a little more to you to own a "Deere" than to' pay your money for a plow less reliable, less durable and less satisfactory, even at a little less first cost? J. F. KILDUFF, AGENT THE JONES HOTEL MRS. MARY JONES, Prop. South Side One Block From Depot American Plan Steam Heated Fine Large Dining-Room. Other to ms comfortable and homelike. Good service. Rates, Transients, $1.50 per day Better Rates Given Regular Boarders. Z= 1C=0RWWQM Team of geldings for sale. One tea...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 August 1912

IEMEOIES FOR RHEUMATISM Are Many ntthe lImportantThing Is to rich the Blood and ease the System of Rheumatic Poison. There are many remedies for rhea. matism. Most of them are considered successful if they relieve the pain and stiffness. That means a temporary suppression of the symptoms while the disease remains in the blood to appear iagain on the next rainy day. Mrs. . W. ap, of R. FD. No. 1 South Omaha, Ieb., says: "Several years ago I was a sufferer from rheuma. aism which followed a general run-down condition and exposure to wet and dampness. The pains started in my hands, whichhad a sort of pricking sen sation like needles were bengthrustin to them. As the disease grew worse the joints of my fingers became affected. They were swollen and were so painful that I could hardly bear it. Gradually the disease began to affect my limbs in the same manner. They became ter ribly swollen and I had to give tip my work. The pains then spread all over any body and were sharp and shooting. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 August 1912

J I SC EThreshing Machine ' INCORPORATED mpany $40,000,000 Capital Racine, Wis., U. S. A. Over Seventy Years Experience"ln The Manufacture Of Threshing and Other Machinery. OUR TRADE MARK KNOWN THE WORLD OVER G. W. HEWITT LOCAL AGENT M A L T A , - M O N T ..:::: ::::. t...t..:::::::::,:::::::;. . .. . n .. , .. ..., . \ ,_-':'.::: .v.. Y. ........ . ..... ONE Complete Engine built EVERY FORTY ix MINII.. \\e mnake engines to meet all demands from 18 to 110 horse power. , ,," G.wenty years ago. 1)uing all the interveing years the experts have been grain t be threshed te orseower. working out improvements. No product of this company is ever put on the market until it has been tihoroughly peifected. No experimentlng at the in the M'ilk R-e-r expense of the farming community. BE CONVICompletD-see ourEn sample aEVd i you are i the market we know to meet all dewant f 1 to the work well done get a J. I. CASE rrA t.er i 2 ACRES OF Seperator and Engine . and have it done right. .. Ce ASE SEPA...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 August 1912

Additional Locals Johnson& Wolfe sold their meat market fixtures and rented the build ing to Martin Olson yesterday, and the new proprietor takes possession next Monday morning. Next week-Crawford peaches 90 cents a box at Clanton & Bsandon's. For Kitchen Ranges, Coal Oil and Gasoline stoves go to Edwards & McLellan's. Selected Bull, imported from Min nesota, for sale by John Lundman, Malta, Montana. Tinsmithing, plumbing and all kinds of repair work done by Schlu macher, at Edwards and McLellan's. 40 head of good work horses and mares for sale at a good price. See Edw. Pierson at Pioneer Ranch, Malta, Montana. Isn't it striking how many Sincori ty suits are being worn? It's because of their classy makeup and quality Sold by Edwards & McLellan. Mrs. E. Smith is still very ill at the home of her father, B. W. Brock way. There seems to be very little change in her condition. J. F. Kildnif and family motored to Saco and return last Sunday. Mr. Kilduff states that the ro...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 August 1912

THE ENTERPRISE. .d Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Vorthernb Mlontana and Especially of the Milk 1iver Valley VoL, 15 " MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THUR'SDAY. AUGUST 22 191?. No. IST _PRECIPITATION FOR FIVE DAYS 3.2 INCHES This locality was visited by heavy rain storms on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and an almost all day rain Sunday and Monday. Harvesting and threshing were delayed for six -days or until yesterday morning when harvesting was resumed. On some farms where the grain was extra heavy it was beaten down and badly lodged which may necessitate cutting it with a mowing machine. While some slight damage may have been done to the grain, the large amount of moisture is a great blessing to the country in general. The amount of precipitation was 3.2 inches accord ing to the record kept by the U. S. R. S. office. David Link is on the sick list. New car wire and nails just in at Kilduff's. The price is low. Mrs. M. E. Grandis of Livingston, is spe...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 August 1912

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO., PIoP's. Entered in the post otlice at Malta, M.ontana as Second Class M.l . SUBSCRIPTION S2.O0 PERl YEA 'R CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION. S2.5o0 PER YEA R l'ublished Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN Malta Market Report Malta Market Report, subject to change, today's quotations. Creamery Butter, per lb. $ .35 Dairy Butter, per lb. .25 Potatoes, per cwt. 2:50 Eggs, per dozeni Hay, per tonl S.0 GRAIN MArK. II ET As furnished by the LSt. Anthony & ]Dakota Elevator (o. No. 1, Nortihern \Vheat per ha. i .7, No. 2 Ilard Winter Wheat-New .71 No. 1, )urnm .75 " 2, '" " . ". .70 Red WVinter " . ' " .70 No. 1 Flax " " $1.57 " 2 "" " 1.47 No. 3 White Oats .20 Barley .34 Rye .45 Men live in their fancy, like drunkards whose hands are too soft and tremulous for successful labor. It is a tempest of fancies, and the only ballast I know of is respect to the present hour.-Emerson. Several teams stuck in the deep mud on our principal streets ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 August 1912

:T O.Ho w . He Planned he ..810 aDeed and Sought to Close rAEv Erey Avnue of Kno SFAMedge Leading to His Guilt. C . I S The Detective Shows How IMEFutile These Efforts Were and How the Old Adage, Murder By HENRY C. TERRY WillOut,"AlwaysHoldsGood." (Copyright bt P. L. N.lson THE GREAT GOLD COIN COUNTER TERFEITING CASE. OUNTERFEITI~NG is prac tically a lost art in Amer ca. William J. Flynn, head of the United States Se cret Service in New York, declares that not a sin gle gang whose work is compar able to that of Andy Bliss and his crowd, the Boscobel coiners, or any one of a dozen gangs that flourished a generation ago, is operating in the country today. Chief Flynn declares that he does not know of a single spurious gold coin in circulation in the east. In the far west, where gold is a more active circulating medium, some at tempts may be made to counterfeit it, but none important enough to cause the secret service more than passing annoyance. With this introduction I will let Andy ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 August 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. MATTIE T. CRAMER, Editor. MALTA, .- - - MONTANA EPITOME OF A WEEK'S NEWS Most Important Happen ings Told in Brief. Washington Former Governor Odell of New York told the senate committee investigat lg campaign contributions that Mr. Harriman after a visit to the White House made at the request of Presi dent Roosevelt during the campaign of 1904 raised $240,000 for the state cam paign. Following President Taft's disap proval of the steel tariff revision bill the house, by a vote of 173 to 83, passed the measure over his veto. Sixteen Progressive Republicans made an alliance with Democrats to make the two-thirds majority necessary to override the veto. * * t President 'aft sent to congress a special message asking it to appropri ate $400,000, half to be paid to Great Britain and half to Japan, to carry out the agreement under the fur seal con vention, ratified by the senate last December. President Taft's veto was overrid den...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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