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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 August 1912

e Man- Eaters of M' Wembi By Captain Fritz Duquesne Copyright by Ridgway Co. IET DU TOIT saw the r ending of the Boor 1 war with the peace a of Vereeniging, but i there was no peace a for him under Eng- c lish arms. His heart w was burning like the 9 live-coal of a slow 1 match while the r Union Jack dangled c over his head, and I ne longed for a wilderness where he t could live to his dying day without f seeing so much as the print of an E English foot. c He was a farmer of Lichtenburg, ae grazing district lying in the west of I the Transvaal, and it was easy for t him to muster a little company of kins- a men and friends of like temper to trek with him out of the Transvaal a i few days after the close of the war. c There were twenty-six whites in his I party, men, women and children, and about a hundred KafRirs, most of whom 1 had been attached by years of service I and good treatment. Du Toit had no definite choice of al spot to settle on. He planned in a general way to spy out t...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 August 1912

18 SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Monte Carlo with vol. Terence O'Rourke, a military free 'a:ce and something of a gambler, in his totel. 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 Heon. Bertie 31yew, while his companion is Viscount Des Trebes, a 4aelist. The viscount tells him the French government has directed him to O'Rourlke as a man who would 2ndertake a secret mkbsin. At his aprt lient, O'Rourke, who had agreed to :in ,ertake 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 Sainty slippers are seen protruding from under a doorway curtain, The Irishman inds the owner of the mysterious feet to De his wife, Beatrix, from whom he had run away a year previous. They are reconciled. and opening the letter he finds that a Rangoon law firm offers him 100,000 p...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 August 1912

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 money don't you? You spend it don't you? Well now just for once try putting a few dollars-just a few-in this bank. See if others don't follow. The first few act as a "decoy." You are cordially invited to place your "decoys" in this bank. We are sure that by using one of our bank books for'a "blind" you will be able to "bag" considerable. THE FIRST STATE BANK Malta, Montana OFFICERS: H. G. Robinson, Ptresident Oeo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. diALL Cashier. 'C. E. Sec...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 August 1912

The King of Hats Edwards & McLellan Additional Locals Rev. I. A. Ulader attended the AM. E. Conference meeting at Fort Ben ton the latter part of the week. ConventiLn Of Progressive Party All voters of Valley County, irre spective of past political afliiliations, who believe in the furtherance of the principlts contained and set forth in the national platform of the Pro gressive Party, adopted at Chicage, August 6, 1912, and in the platform adopted by the Progressive Party at Helena, July 29, 1912, are cordially invited to convene in a mass conven tion to be held in the Court House at Glasgow, Montana, on Tuesday Aug ust 27, at 2:00 o'clock p. m., for the purposes of perfecting the organiza tion of the Progressive Party in Val ley county and to select delegates to attend the State Convention of the Progressive Party in Valley county and to select delegates to attend the State Convention of the Progressive Party at Helena on September 3, 1912, and to select a County Central Commi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 August 1912

THE ENTERPRISE. 4 Weeklty .Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern' , fonta;a and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL. 15 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 29 1912. No. 20 I I I i i i REV. R. C. COOKINGHAM BEGINS NEW YEAR IN MALTA Rev. R. C. Cookingham willi reach Malta in time to conduct the regular morning services at the M. E. Church next Sunday, Sept. 1st. Rev. Cookingham's theme will be "Giants." County Fair, Glasgow, Sept. 12-14. Mrs. Wm. J. Smyth and children returned Sunday from a week's visit with relatives at Saco. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Arnot of Glas gow, spent Sunday in our city with the former's brother, A. G, Arnot. $100.00 for a bushel of oats. That is the prize for the best bushel of oats exhibited at the state fair, Mrs. E. Grandis of Livingston, who spent the past week in town with friends, started for home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kirton and two little sons leave today for IHele na where in future they will reside. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 August 1912

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO.. PKorPs. Entered in the post ollice at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUHlSCRIIIPTION $2.00 IPER YEAR CANADI AN SU ISCRIIPT:ION, x2.O5 PER YEA R l'ublished Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN EDWARDS & MCLELLAN For President WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT For Vice President JAMES S. SHERMAN 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. 1:25 Eggs, per dozen .30 IIay, per toln 6.00 GRAIN MAlltKET As furnished by the St. Anthony & Dakota Elevator Co. No. 1, Northern Wheat per bu. $ .75 " ., ." " " " .70 No. 2 Hard Winter Wheat-New .71 No. 1, Durum .75 " 2, ," " ", .72 Red Winter " ' " .70 No. 1 Flax " " $1.56 " 2 '" " " 1.46 No. 3 White Oats .25 Barley .20 Rlye .43 A few loads of cinders or gravel thrown into the mud hol(s in town would help street conditions consid erably. Give the high cost of living a sol ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 August 1912

HE WILL ACGEFP Governor of Indiana Formally No tified of His Nomination for the Vice Presidency. DEMOCRACY DEFINED BY HIM Rule of the People Not Essentially Rule by the People-He Believes Return of His Party to Power Would Right Prevailing Wrongs. Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 20.--Gover nor Marshall was formally notified this afternoon of his nomination for the vice presidency by the national Demo cratic convention. The notification committee, headed by Judge Alton Parker, was received at the state fair grounds at 2 o'clock and the chairman made a brief address. In accepting the honor of the nomi nation, Governor Marshall said in part: It will be well for the voter to clear up some hazy definitions. We have for many years been entertaining a belief founded upon no fact' whatever, that Democracy and Republicanism repre sent different ideas of government. The Republican has looked upon the Democrat as a man opposed to the government. The Democrat has look ed upon the Republican as a man o...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 August 1912

As to Kissing. Jack-Do you believe there's mb erobes in kisses? Gwen-You can search me. A CURB POR PILES. Cole's Carbolsalve stops itching and palm d cures piles. All drugssists. 2 and 60a. Its Rank. "Do you think telephone operation can be classed as a profession?" "Well, it certainly is a calling." Ideals. "What is your idea of a perfect hus band?" "One with about a million, who would lose no time in making me a merry widow." Job Not Satisfactory. "I'm a self-made man," said the ;roud individual. "Well, you are all right except as to your head," commented the listener. "How's that?" "The part you talk with is too big for the part you think with." Mother's Lingual Attainment. The mother of a little boy in Kan sas City, Kan., recites negro dialect stories charmingly. Her small son is quite proud of her accomplishment and frequently boasts of it. One day recently, when some of his playmates were vaunting the achievements of their several mothers, the little boy braggingly remarked: "...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 August 1912

ILL~i*i-i*V.·· ··i~;,...: -il*i.'L~. - ·-i ..- IsI jyLOUIS JOSEPH V - LLUSTRATIONS;-EYA l - COPYR"Rt4HlT 1909 yw OS V F- ,, SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Monte Carlo with Col. Terence O'Rourke a military free lance and something oi a gambler, in his hotel. 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, Bertle Glynn, while his companion is Viscount Des Trebes, a duelist. The viscount tells him 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 ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 August 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published byy THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. MATTIE T. CRAMER, Editor. UALTA, - - - - MONTANA EPITOME OF A WEEK'S NEWS Most Important Happen ings Told in Brief. Washington Two votes were taken on the legis lative, executive and judicial bill by the house of representatives. First it passed the measure which then con tained a provision to abolish the com merce court over the president's veto, but later it unanimously accepted the bill with an appropriation for the court until March 4, 1913. * * . Senator Penrose, replying to a let ter recently published purporting to show that John D. Archbold. of the Standard Oil company had sent him $25,000 in 1904, declared in a speech in the senate that the money was part of a contribution of $125,000 made by the Standard Oil company to the presidential campaign. The naval appropriation bill provid ing for one $15,000,000 battleship, eight submarines, besides colliers and machine ships, passed the house by a vote of 151 to 16. Th...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 August 1912

Another Bank Story Smith bought some pigs from his neighbor Jones. The price came to $6.42. Smith paid Jones in cash, but as usual iteither had the proper change, and Smith said: "Just make it even money." Smith lost 8 cents. Jones bought some pigs from his neighbor Johnson. The price came to $6.42. Jones had his money in the bank and gave Johnson a check for the exact amount. Jones did not lose a cent. This is only one of the advantages of a checking account. Come in and let us explain further. THE FIRST STATE BANK Malta, Montana OFFICERS: H. G. Hobinson, -President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. AiALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: S McKennan, H. G. Robinson, Geo. W. Clay, Jas. L. LeN'oir, F. W. Hall, C. E. Secrest, C. F. Morris, Alexander Elliot, Ole Veseth. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent THE COMPORTAILE WAY. Passenger trains depart from Malta as follows: WEST BOUND EAST BOUND No. 1 11:11 a. m. No. 2 5:22 n. in. No, 223 11:40 a. in. No. 224 6:35 p. ml. No. 3...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 August 1912

The King of Hats Edwards & McLellan It Is A Lovely World The ships glide in at the harbour's mou th, And the ships sail out to sea; And the wind that sweeps from the sunny south, Is as sweet as sweet can be, There's a world of toil, and a world of pains; There's a world af trouble and care, But oh, in a world where our Father reigns There !sgladness everywhere. The harvest waves in the breezy morn, And the men go forth to reap, The fulness comes to the tasselled corn Whether we wake or sleep, And far on the hills by feet untrod There are blossoms that scent the air, For oh, in this world of our Father, God, There is beauty everywhere. The babe lies soft on the mother's breast, And the tide of joy flows in, He giveth, He taketh, He knoweth best, The Lord to whose home we win, And oh, when the soul with trials toss ed, There is help in the lifted prayer, For never a soul that he loves is lost, And our Father is everywhere. The ships sail over the harbour bar, Away and away to sea,...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 September 1912

THE ENTERPRISE. " - .d Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of .orthern Montana and Especially of the Milk River Yalley VoL. 15 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 1912. No. 21 • -I Ii ii i I- , , , _ iiiiiii i i i i ii i il I I i I I I i I i [ " ..i Il ii [ i i i i STATE FAIR GROUNDS A BEAUTY SPOT FAMED OVER NORTHWEST, The location of the Montana State Fair grounds is said to be the most. beautiful in the country. Looking from the gradl stand out over the race-. track, the foothills of the Rocky mountains icl asc a mlagnificent back ground. In the distance spread the velvet fields of the Prickly Pear valley, dotted with farms and ranch houses. The fora 7s in the mountains tinge the green of the hills and vales to a deeper hue. From the fair grounds, mountains are to lbe seen in every APrection. The main range of the Rocky mountains is in .ne rear; far to tne north and west rises the Bear Tooth on the Missouri river, whicl. served as a "andmark...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 September 1912

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO.. PROPs. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION. 82,50 PER YEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN For President WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT For Vice President JAMES S. SHERMAN Malta Market Report Malta Market Revort, subject to change, today's quotations. Creamery Butter, per lb. $ .35 Dairy Butter, per lb. .25 Potatoes, per cwt. 2:00 Eggs, per dozen .30 Hay, per ton 6.00 GRAIN MARKET As furnished by the St. Anthony & Dakota Elevator Co. No. 1, Northern Wheat per bu. $ .69 " 2, " 4 . .66 " 3, " " " " .61 No. 2 Hard Winter Wheat-New .68 No. 1, Durum .71 of 2, " ": " .68 Red Winter " . ' " .68 No. 1 Flax " " $1.58 " 2 " " " 1.48 No. 3 White Oats .20 Barley .31 Rye .43 We shall probably tell better after election who is elected. Some of our Valley county con temporariea are waxing so warm over politics, looks as if the presidential choi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 September 1912

PARALLEL THE CIMINAL Tells T R IEHow He Planned ,the TOR RE Deed and Sought to Close AMOUS Every Avenue of Knowl. FAMedge Leading to His Guilt. C R I E The Detective Shows How Futile These Efforts Were and How the Old Adage, Murder Br hENRY C. TERRY Will Out,"AlwaysHoldsGood." .C... n rwh iby . L. Ni.nn A $3,000,000 PLOT THAT FAILED. F all the thieves whom it has been my lot to know inti mately I have the kindliest recollection of Mose Vogel. There was something in tensely human about the man; a whimsical, humorous way, that made you forget that he was one of the most desperate bank robbers ever dealt with by the New York police. He was closely associated with all of the best crooks of the world in his day, and his shrewdness and pluck made him in great demand as a part ner, even though it was well known in the under-world that Mose had been born under an unlucky star. He met with more reverses than any crook I have ever known, and as I do not credit, of course, the infallibility of...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 September 1912

COLUMBUS IN STATUARY HRISTOPHER COLUM BUS was a Latin, whether he be consid ered as a native otPItaly, where undoubtedly he spent his early boy hood, or serving under the flag of Portugal, where his maturing manhood years pre pared his for the in comparable triumphs he secured for the home of his final adoption, Spain. Latin America, too, was the area over which his discoveries were ex tended, for it is a fact that he had no knowledge of the existence of the vast continent to the north of the Cartbbean sea and the West India islands. He had been to England and at one time in despair had ap plied to the court of England to help him in his great ambition, but his experience and his fame were Latin. Perhaps on this account the name of Columbus is incorporated more prominently in the nomenclature of Latin America than in that of Anglo Saxon America. The Republic of Co lombia bears witness to the honor with which he was held from the be ginnings of independence in the western world. Toda...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 September 1912

10 / yLOUIS JOSEPHIVANC ,/ ILLUSTR ATIONS>,SYY COPYRIOHTr 1909 y :OU OSU'H VAN ` 20 SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Monte Carlo with Col. Terence O'Rourke, a military free lance and something of a gambler, 16 his hotel. 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' s the Hon. Bertie Glynn, while his companion is Viscount Dee Trebes, a duelist. The viscount stells him 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 reco...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 September 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 Colonel Roosevelt again declared not only his willingness but his eager ness to make public every scrap of evidence in his possession in regard to any action concerning the cam paign funds raised for his election to the presidency in 1904 and the Stan dard Oil interests. Senator Clapp, chairman of the spe cial senate committee now investi gating the subject of campaign contri butions, said that he and his associ ates were looking forward to a most strenuous series of hearings when they reassembled in Washington on September 30 to take up the inquiry along the broad lines laid down in the Penrose resolution adopted by the senate. Brig.-Gen. Frank McIntyre, the new head of the bureau of insular affairs of the war department, will have as his assistants Maj. Charles G. Wal cutt Jr., and Capt. Irving L...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 September 1912

Another Bank Story Smith bought some pigs from his neighbor Jones. The price came to $6.42. Smith paid Jones in cash, but as usual ueither had the proper change, and Smith said: "Just make it even money." Smith lost 8 cents. Jones bought some pigs from his neighbor Johnson. The price came to $6.42. i Jones had his money in the bankand gave Johnson a check for the exact amount. Jones did not lose a cent. This is only one of the advantages of a checking account. Come in and let us explain further. THE FIRST STATE BANK Malta, Montana OFFICERS: H. GC. tohinson, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. AIALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTOtuS: S McKennan, H. G. Robinson, Geo. W. Clay, Jas. L. LeNoir, F. W. Hall, C. E. Secrest, C. F. Morris, Alexander Elliot, Ole Veseth. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent THE cOMURI UABLE WAY. Passeinger trains depart from Malta as follows: WEST BOUND EAST BOUND No. 1 11:11 a. m. No. 2 5:22 a. m. No. 223 11:40 a. ni. No. 224 6:35 p. m. No. 8...

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

The King of Hats Edwards & McLellan LOVEJOY Absence from home and a rush of work after return resulted in silence from this locality for some time past. James Stubblefield has completed a fine dwelling house on his claim and 'began occupation of the same last week. Everything looks fine on the bench lands and harvesting is in full swing, the yields promising to be very satis factory. The Stubblet,ld Bros. are making ready to begin threshing with their new outlit, which will no doubt cover an extensive territory in their oper ations. (Our merchant and postmalster, harry Lovejoy, finlding his business increasing .nd being cramped for room, is building a large addition to his place of business. Miss Belle MacArthur who has been rusticating on her claim on the East Bench, returned to Dodson on Friday to take up her duties as pri mary teacher in the schools of that town. The Misses Pearl Watson and An gella O'Connor rode into Malta on Thursday, the former to attend the teacher's exam...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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