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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 October 1912

Rousing Republican Rally in Malta next THE ENTERPRISE. S Thursday, Oct. 24th. VOL. 1.5 MAL f'A, MONTANA; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912 NO. 27 ROOSEVELT AS _SHOT Badly Wounded by a Bullet Fired by a, Crazy Man Colonel Roosevelt was shot and badly wounded by an insane man named John Schrank at Milwaukee Monday night as he was stepping into an automobile to go to the Coliseum to make a speech. The wound, at first regarded as slight, proved to be more serious after an examination at the hospital to which he was taken In Chicago. He was obliged to can cel all his speaking dates. The would be assassin was over powered by one of Mr. Roosevelt's private secretaries and disarmed. Hle later was arrainged in court where he freely admitted lie intended to mur der Mr. Roosevelt. Schrank is in CHAS. M. McCOY, Republican Nominee for State Auditor CANDIDATES' BAIL The Eagles' will give a Candidates ball at Eagles' Hall, Nov: 1. Can didates of all parties will be allowed five minutes each in which to s...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 October 1912

THE E NTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO.. PiOPS. H. J. MOCK, Manager and Editor. Entered in the post oflice at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUB3SCRIPTION $2.OO PER. YEARt CANADI AN SU JSCRIPTION, $2:5O PER YICAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. '$itceff Cklobs EDWARDS & MCLELLAN 'WIWAMHJAM~ES S. ITH the third term party no longer a fiictor in the tight, 4r with the election of Theodore Roosevelt as complete an impossibility as that of Chapin or Debs, the campaign settles down into lines that are perfectly simple and so eaily, underatcod that the most careless voter should * make no mistake as to the issues involved. Either William H. Taft and the Republican party, or Woodrow *1soi and the Democratic party, will control the destinies of our * countrv during the next four years. A vote for the Republican party is a vote for the continuance of * policies with which the country is well acquainted and tinder which * it has enjoyed unbroken prosperity. A vote ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 October 1912

Is EXCUSE ME! Novelized free the Comedy of the Same Name By ILLUSTRATED Rupert From Photoiraphe of Huges Plan' ur Produced Hughes By Re3.y W. Savage CopYright,1Mh, lay a. L 511, C SYNOPSIS. Lieut. Harry Mallory is ordered to the Philippines. He and Marjorie Newton decide to elope, but wreck of taxicab pre. vents their seeing minister on the way to the train. Transcontinental train is talk ing on passengera. Porter has a lively time with an Englishman and Ira Lath rop, a Yankee business man. The alopers have an exciting time getting to the train. "Little Jimmie" Wellington, bound for Reno to get a divorce, boards train In maudlin condition. Later Mrs. Jimmie appears. She is also bound for Reno with same object. Likewise Mrs. Sammy Whit comb. Latter blames Mrs. Jimmie for her marital troubles. Classmates of Mal lory decorate bridal berth. CHAPTER VI-(Continued? Then Ashton intervened Uike a dog in the manger and dragged her off to her seat, leaving the young man to sxclaim: "Some tama...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 October 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. MALTA. - - - - MONTANA 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 In formation. Washington Charles P. Taft testified before the Clapp committee at Washington that Ms contributions to the president's rampaign for renominatiopi aggregat ad $213,592, of which $125,000 was given to the national Taft bureau, of which Representative William McKin ley was director. To the Ohio state campaign, $64,800 was given and $23, D00 went for miscellaneous items. Duplicate lists of all contributions received by the Republican national committee during the campaign of Cornelius Bliss are locked away in a packing case in a Chicago ware house. This information was given out by Elmer Dover, formerly secre tary of the national Republican com mittee, to Senator Jones. *** Acting Secretary Cable of the de par...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 October 1912

PRAISE FfRMR. TAR ADITORIAL COMMENDATION OF HIS CHARACTER, HIS ACHIEVE. MINTS AND HIS WISDOM. ALL SECTIONS REPRESENTED Ihe President Eulogized Because He Is Wise, Honorable, Dignified, Courageous and Safe and His Triumphant Re-election ls Predicted. From every section of the country romes editorial commendation of President Taft and of his administra lion. Quite a number of papers which, Until recently, had remained independ ent, have; like the Clinton, Ill., Jour nal, declared their conviction that Only the continuance of present poll *ies will ensure the stability and pros perity of the agricultural, industrial and financial interest of the nation. She president is receiving credit for is courageous vetoes of free trade tariff bills, for his efforts to secure economical administration of the gov ernment and for his success in im proving social conditions through secommending and forcefully advo hating legislation. A page could well be filled with extracts from editorial columns pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 October 1912

A Letter To The Enterprise. To'Ti"'E.Ni4tRPBh8E: Idesi'eto answer a few mislead ing 'statements that the Valley County News is trying to put before the voters of Valley county in order to defeat me at the coming election. First. That I voted against pre cinct representatation. This is false. I stood up in the meeting and voted for primary representation and am proud of the stand I took. Now this is a fact and Mr. Rhodes knows this to be just as stated. James Wednm, who is nowa progressive and whom1 know to be tlroughly honest will substantiate this statement. 1 am not a mud slinger and have no per sonal animosity against any of the parties. Second. Mr. llhoades says where would Andrew Davidson, the present Republican candidate for re-election get off at in his explanation of the associated actions of the board? In reply will say, taxpayers and voters, be as vigilant as M\r. Rhodes and look up the commis misioner's proceedings. My record is an open book and can be seen by any tax pay...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 October 1912

PARALLEL THE CRIMINAL Tells How He Planned the S TORIES Deed and Sought to Close Every Avenue of Knowl .f FAMOUS edge Leading to His Guilt. C I M E S, The Detective Shows How S HFutile These Efforts Were and How the Old Adage, Murder By HENRY C. TERRY Will Out,"Always HoldsGood." (Copyright by F. L. Nelson AMAZING CAREER OF A WOMAN THIEF. HE criminal records show that very few women bave been successful as all around thieves. There is no constitutional reason why they should not be able to make just as good burglars, pickpockets, sneaks, or do any other kind of criminal work not dependant upon brute force. Women have tried their hands at every sort of crime, even to holding up men on the highway. But the common expe rience of women, except in the line of confidence work, forgery and picking pockets, can generally be stamped as failure, and no good reason can be as signed for it. While many women have been suce cessful in limited branches of thiev ery, few have reached a very high pl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 October 1912

WHY THE FIFTH MAN LEFT 040 Were a Wig and the Other Fow Men at the Table Were Bald -and Talkative. In the smoking room of a west 'bound ocean liner two days out from an English port five men sat at a "small game" of poker. When the chips had been cashed in the men re tained their places, and presently one of the party said: "This is funny; tour bald heads out of a possible five," and then there was a discussion as to the causes of baldness, in which all took part except the unafflicted man, who was a good listener for a while. He then bade the others, good night. When he had gone the young est of the group, who was less bald than the others, said: "Do you know why Mr. Blank made the getaway? He wears a wig, and is probably as bald as any of us." And for the rest of the journey Mr. Blank's head was the object of study-at a distance for he never again appeared in the smoking room. BREAKING OUT ON LEG Hilltop, Kan.-"About two years ago I began to notice a breaking out on my leg. At fir...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 October 1912

Malta Mercantile Company This is theFlour you can try at Ourfal.ofar ouOur fall line of goods are just like Our Risk .~ Just read this Bakin Guar- {t' j.=:,, Occident Flour--None Better Made. antHere is a flour so perfect in bread- Call and see our Men's W ork line making properties, so pure, the mill- : :.. ers guarantee-not just the flour but every bit of baking done with ?f SWEATERS and COATS this flour. Your bread-biscuit- `' cake-pastry must be better if made with Occident Flour than with an SHOES, OVER SHOES and RUBBERS other flour you have ever used. Sf Occident fails to eve usmore please you mr .. areur, we ..., SHEEP LINED COATS, PANTS, SHIRTS, are authorized by the Russell-Miller Milling. Co. to re fund your money. You are to be OVERALLS and UNDERWEAR the sole judge. Your own bakingv must lead you to decide. If there is a flour so much better than all other flour that the BAKING Everything Hardware, can be guaranteed you surely want to f" find iCosts More-Worth It Heating ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 October 1912

NItice of Contest Department of the Interior, Uuited Sates Land Office. Glasgow, Montana. October 13th, 1912. To Allen Stevens. Deceased, of Phillips, Mon tana, and his unknown heirs, Contestee: You are hereby notified that GEORGE A. CHAMBERS who gives Malta, Valley Co., Montana as his Post office address, did on October 7th, 1912, file in this office his duly corroborated application to contest and secure the canceliatien of your home stead entry No. 3674, Serial No'.03511, made Octo ber 1. 1906 for SE'/SE!. Sec. 5, NE'.NE4 Sec. a, West One Half NW¼ Section 9, Township 29 W. Range 29 E. Montana Meridian. and as grounds for his contest he alleges that said Allen Stevens, did not during his lifetime estab lish and maintain his residence upon said land, nor his heirs or any other person for them or in their behalf resided upon or made any improve ments upon or cultivated any part of said land since his death, but that said land has been wholly abandoned for more than four years last p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 October 1912

THE ENTERPRISE. VOL. 15 MAL PA. MONTANAe THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1912 NO. 28 PUBtlIANS HAVE ROUSING RALLY EAGLES' HALL IS PACKED WITH CROWD TO HEAR JUDGE SMITH Front Street and Fifth Avenue Were Brilliant With Red Fire Tonight The republicans of Malta 1 tonight held the biggest po litical rally the city ever has see n. Eagles' Hall was filled with a most appre ciative audience that listened with rapt attention for over two hours to ringing speeches. Front street and Fifth ave venue were brilliantly lighted with red fire. Enthusiasm infected the whole com JUDGE HENRY C. SMITH mmunity. A number came in from the country and neigh boring towns. It was demon strated beyond doubt that Malta is strongly republican and will contribute greatly to Valley county's vote which will help to swell the majority for the Republican ticket in the state. The principal speaker of the eve ning was Judge Henry C. Smith re publican candidate for the U. S. Senate. He was accompanied by W. J. Paul, Republican ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 October 1912

THE I ENTER PR ISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISl PUB. CO.. PRoP-. H. J. MOCK, Manager and Editor. Lntered in the post oflice at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. S Ul I ilTION 8$.O( 1'lEl Y FEA R CAINA])I AN 8UlUSCR IPION. S245J 1'PER YI4AR Ptbhlished Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN ,H. Malta has another candi whom it presents to the vot ers of Valley countyj with pride becase~of the; splendid record he has made and be cause we know him to be an ableIcapable, efficient and conscientious official, Lone wlv has, safeguarded rJ the interests of the taxpayer by economic administration of the county's affairs. We refer to ' Andrew Davidson, county' commis sioner, and candidate for re election. PhVote for him and continue good Bgovernment. Sheriff Stephens has put more thieves on the run andl in the peni tentiary and at less expense than any sheriff we ever had. He has made a record that should re-elect him-one to which his rpartisan friends can point with pride and on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 October 1912

CUSE ME! Novlized from the Comedy of By ILLUSTRATED Rupert From Pirof b~ Hughes ve Heavy V. dam~ By ,Wk.15ar y W. L m raO 6 SYNOQPSIS. LI nut. Harry Mallory is ordered to the PhiIppines. He and Mtarjorie Newton lecide to elope, but wreck of taxicab pre vents their seeing minister on the way to :he train. Transcontinental train is tak ng on passengers. Porter has a lively time with an Englishman and Ira Lath rop, a Yankee business man. The alopers cave an excitihg time getting to the train. "Little Jimmie" Wellington, bound for Reno to get a divorce, boards train 'n maudlin condition. Later Mrs. Jimmie appears. She is also bound for Reno with lame ob$ect. Likewise Mrs. Sammy Whit tomb. tatter blames Mrs. Jimmie for ter marital troubles. Classmates of Mal ety decorate bridal berth. Rev, and Mrs.. temple start on a vacation. They decide to out loose and Temple removes evidence it his eallesg. CHAPTER VIII. A MIxed Pickle. * Mrs. Whitcomb had almost blushed then she had murmured to Lieu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 October 1912

I _ d r N THE early part of last June a group of United States army off cers stood watching an aeroplane as it soared aloft from the Army Aviation school at College Park, Md. The machine carried two / 9men, Capt. Charles De Forest Chandler, commandant of the Sw +, school, and Lieut. Thomas De Witt Milling, one of the army aviators, who acted as pilot. Between the knees of Captain Chandler was strapped a queer-looking object, resembling some what a large inverted telescope with a disk-like attachment at the near end. When the aeroplane had reached a height of 600 feet and was skimming along at a speed of fifty miles an hour, suddenly above the roar of the en gine there came to the watchers below a quick rip ping sound. At the same instant a score of little dust clouds spurted up from the ground a few hun dred feet away. This was repeated twice. Then as the aeroplane glided to earth, at the spot where the dust had arisen, the officers ran forward to meet it. On the ground lay a piece ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 October 1912

MAKINS HER HAPPY One Case Where Love Was Successfully Placed Second to Honor. By ROSE CARRINGTON. "If you really loved me, you'd ex. Plain," and the girl tossed her head angrily. "Once more, Ifelen,[ will not." "Then, Ted,: there is nothing more for me to do but to give you back this," and Helen drew off the ring he had placed on her finger with such professions of devoted love that it made her heart ache to remember them. "Helen, don't,"' he whispered, but she did not flinch. "Can you bear to break it off?" he asked softly, all the anger dying out of his boyish face. "Yes, I can when there is a secret between us. If you have one now, you'd have a dozen after we were married." But her own face was re laxing, and the tears lay near the ser face. "Helen, dearest, just wait. Give me until tonight, and then I promise to tell you evdrything. You owe me that much notice," and he smiled a little uncertainly. "You know when a man loses his job he is given a little bit of notice." "But this ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 October 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. MALTA. " - - - MONTANA IMPORTANTNEWS 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 In formation. Washington For the protection of the military secrets of the United States, Presi dent Taft issued an executive order forbidding foreign vessels to enter the following ports without the spe cial authority of the navy depart ment: Tortugas, Fla.; Great Harbor, Culebra; Guantanamo, Cuba; Pearl Ularbor, Hawaii; Guam and Subig Bay, Philippine Islands. *** President Taft signed an exclusive prder putting 35,000 fourth-class post masters in the classified service. The execution of this order will put all fourth-class postmasters under the civil service, 25,000 having previously been placed in the classified list by the president. *** American Minister Weitsel reported to the state department at Washington that 6,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 October 1912

This is the Flour youcantryat Our Risk Just read this Baking Guar- ,; antee, Madame Housek'eeper : Here is a flour so perfect in bread making properties, so pure, the-mill ers guarantee-not just the flour but every bit of baking done with this flour. Your bread-biscuit cake-pastý must be better if made with acidet Flour than with any other flour you have ever used. If Occident fails to ease you more t an other pur, we s rl i the 1 1uilI-lIiill l bkCrd. to re fund yournsoney. ou are to be "4' the- soib Jt' T bu r i & baking . v': r mut. I d ypu to decide. - If, R Qk88 sai ee tsanli other flour that the. BAIGNh. .. can be guaranteed y'" surely iant -To" Andit. Costs More-Worth It Occident Flour is made entirely from the hard, glutinous spring wheat of North Dakota-the best Bread Wheat grown. It has the most nu trimnent and the best raising properties. Occident Flour never varies. It is always the same highest quality. Let us take your order for Occident -the Flour That Guarantees ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 October 1912

Notice of Contest Department of the Interior, euited Sates Land b er , 1 06 O n H a f N W S et iob n 13 th w s Office. Glasgow Monta. Oct ber 1912 To Allen Stevens. Deceased, of Phillips, Mon ta and his unknown heirs. Contestee: You are hereby notified that GEORGE A. CHAMBERS who gives Malta, Valley Co., Montana as his post office address. did on October 7thn1912. file in this office his duty corroborated applthe FOURto content ahndscr thent eacftown' bof yourhoe steadentrNo. 8674, Serial No ,031, mad ce her 1. 19ry06. for SE'ASE/A. Sec. it, NE%¾NE'A4 Sec. at a % . 1 W est One H alf afN W 'A S ci n 9 Tow nshiP 29 N. Range 29 H. Montana Meridian, and as grounds for his content he alleges that said Allen Stevens. did not during his lifetime estab fl and maintain his residence upsn said land, nor his heirs or any other person for them or in their ua est on or made any improhe ments upon or cultivated any pac t ontstann irnco his death, hut that si lund has been ahotly abandoned for mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 October 1912

THE ENTERPRISE. VOL. 15 MAL I'A. MONTANA; THURS.DAY, OCTOBER :31, 1912 NO. 29 VOTE THE STRAIGHT REPUBLICAN TICKET OUR COUNTY CANDIDATES The Republican county ticket, like the state ticket, is good from top to bottom and made up of the very best men that could have been selected. Each is ably qualified for the office for which nominated. We only ask that the voter look up the record of each individual on the ticket. First we will point to the legisla tive ticket. Here are the candidates -Dr. Geo. W. Clay. of Malta, Peter Marron of Plentywood and C. C. Scott of Frold. No set of men on any ticket are so well qualified to represent Valley county and protect and promote its Interests in the legis lature. bDR. GEORGE W. CLAY Dr. Clay needs no introduction. He.is one of the best known and best liked of any man in the county. When one says: "Here is your friend," that tells why he is so uni versally popular. At Helena lie will work for the best interests of the whole county. I)r. Clay canno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 October 1912

TII1E 3LAL''A EINTEIfRI'RIIS I PUlI3. CO., ].)ot's. H. J. MOCK, Minaagr and Editor. :ntered inll te post olice at Malta, 1ontltanal as ieconld (class Mail Matter. S CI . SC I I:)TrION 8'2.00 11 ii1 YI' Al: 1 CAN.A 1)I A N ,1U2 SCIT I IO.I .IN, .2.05(.) '1I.I YlAR lPblished Every Thurda.y in the Year. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN IUIAM # JJAME.SS S.SHER Republican County Ticket ,}C l Z [11Y .11 , o I l-,, ,. TO W'I VN` I .,IIER, o f ,t l ,t,, l0r. (; l.. W. Cl', Y. of Malta .E .itE l t :0 N. l 'lentywo.i d .C. ,U UCt)TT', of Fruid ounts Co( ini-i er -l A. DAVl IUSON, of Malta. Clerny Atn Reorey- PAU U 113.'1COCK. of Culbertson Sheriff J. , SUTEPHONS, of Glasgow. Clerk of rCorts C. C. HILEED of Glasgow. Treasurer J. C. DUNCAN, of Barr Cloronerk and Recorder E. D, BUTTON, of Glasgow Assessor H. B. HILL, of Mondak County Surveyor W. H. MANN of Malta. Coroner DR. SIMPKINS, of Glasgow Superintendent of Schools MISS FLORA SIMS. of Saco. Vote for Harry L. Wilson for Governor and the en tire Repub...

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