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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 November 1908

* DO IT NOW O ....-Subscribe For____ THE ENTERPRISE Published in the interest 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 esting and up-to-date news should subscribe for this paper. Send it East to some friend or relative for a Christmas present, they will appreciate it better than any other gift. ONLY $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE The E nterp ise Is recognized as the leading Advertising Medium in Northern Montana. It reaches practically every home e terp se 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 press which was recently purchased from 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. — 18 November 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICIIEL, Editor. MALTA. * MONT t HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. PERSONAL. Gov. Hughes filed his certificate of election expenses with the secretary of state of New York, giving his total expenditures as $369.65. Prof. Richard MacLaurin, head of the physics department of Columbia university, was appointed president of the Massachusetts Institute of Tech nology. Emperor William was severely cen sured by leaders of all parties during the debate in the reichstag on the in terpellations concerning the conversa tions published with the permission of the emperor in the London Daily Telegraph. Emperor William conferred on Count Zeppelin the Prussian order of the Black Eagle. President Castro of Venezuela has been advised by his physicians to go to Europe for medical treatment for the malady from which he has been suffering recently. Lord Sholto Douglas, brother to the present marquis of Queensbury, is held in the provincial jail...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 November 1908

The Yellow! Violin By John T. McIntyre (Copyright, by Bobbs.Merrill Co.) "I wonder," said Bat Scanlon, "if this fellow Ysaye makes his hit be cause he can play a violin better than the other catgut experts, or because he owns a better violin." No one ventured a reply; violins and violinists were not exactly in the company's line. I was engaged in negotiating a loan on a Swiss watch from Tolma, a Mexican Jew, who conducted a col lateral bank with considerable suc cess in St. Joe at that time when a customer came in and interrupted proceedings. "The customer was a thin man, with a hollow chest and a cough that rattled; he had a hesitating manner and a soft cloth bag. Tolma looks him over with the green-eyed benevo lence of the cat tribe, and then says: "What.do you want?" "The thin man puts a gray, damp looking hand into the cloth bag and brings out a violin. It is a big, yel low one, the kind you see the coons have down in the cotton belt; and somebody had painted a picture of a stea...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 18 November 1908

, LOCAL NEWS Fine work for the holiday trade at 'W. C. Stevens' photo studio. Mennen's Talcum Powder 15c at THE FAIR, Ilavre, Mont. Don't forget the annual Thanks giving ball given by the Rebekahs. Just arrived-A complete line of pipes. They will be sold as the price is right. lmith's Confectionery. Mrs, W. 11. Martin and daughters, Mlisses Mabel and Vira, have returned from an extended visit to Logansport. Indiana. Gunther's Milk (Chocolate, retail at 60 cents, per lb., but now and until after the holidays, 45 cents at Homer Smith's Confectionery. Notice-I have on hand a large stock of Gunthers, Funks and many other famous candies, You know their quality, prices still better. Homer Smith's Confectionery. At a meeting of St. Mary's Episco pal Guild at Mrs. Ed. White's Wednesday last, it was fonnd that the election day linner served Nov. 3, had netted the ladies 8182.90. If wise investment is the conquest of poverty than ''THlE FAlI at Ilavre is the guide to prosperity. When you are ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 November 1908

THE ENTERPRISE. -1 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northerrn Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA NOVEMBER 25, 1908. No. 27 DR. GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OFFIGE & RESIDENCE MAIN STREET MALTA, MONTANA ROBERT M, REICHEL U. S. COMMISSIONER OPPICE 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 ENGINE&R. itctles and Reservoirs Surveyed. Claims Located. MALTA. MONTA... A. T.M. FACEY INSTRUCTOR IN MUSIC In Malta Every Tuesday Great Northern Hotel LOCAL SOCIETIES M ALTA LODGE NO. 57, AF & A M. Meets 2nd and Fourth Saturday evening of each month. G W Clay, W M; it C Lehman, S W; A Davidson, J W; J A Atwood, Sec'y; It M Trafton, Treas Visiting Brethren cordially invited. SACAJAWEA CHAPTER No. 37. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. Meets ev...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 November 1908

SOME REMARKS PROM MINNE SOTA EDITORS. What They Think of Western Canada. A party of editors from a number of cities and towns of Minnesota recently made a tour of Western Canada, and having returned to their homes they are now telling in their respective neirspapers of what they saw on their Canadian trip. The West St. Paul Times recalls the excursion of the Minnesota editors from Winnipeg to the Pacific Coast ten years ago. Re ferring to what has happened in the interval the writer says: "Thousands of miles of new railway lines have been built, and the development of the country has made marvelous strides. Millions of acres, then lying in their wild and untouched state, have since been transferred into grain fields. Towns have sprung up as if by the wand of a magician, and their development is now in full progress. It is a revelation, a record of conquest by settlement that is remarkable." The Hutchinson Leader character izes Western Canada as "a great coun try undeveloped. The sum...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 November 1908

Light Freights W.W. JACOBS Brevet Rank (Ooyright, Dodd, head Compean.) The crew of the Elizabeth Hopkins sat on deck in the gloaming, gazing idly at the dusky shapes of the barges as they dropped silently down on the tide, or violently discussing the iden tity of various steamers as they came swiftly past. Even with these amuse ments the time hung heavily, and they thought longingly of certain cosy bars by the riverside to which they were wont to betake themselves in their spare time. To-night, in deference to the wishes of the skipper, wishes which approxi mated closely to those of royalty in their effects, they remained on board. A new acquaintance of his, a brother captain, who dabbled in mesmerism, was coming to give them a taste of his quality. "I never 'eard the likes of it," said one, with a deep breath, as the skip per concluded a marvelous example. Voices sounded from the wharf, and the night watchman appeared pilot ing Capt. Zingall to the schooner. The crew noticed that h...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 November 1908

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc., Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, 1MontanaasSecond Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County A sareistic politieal opponent of the president suggests that the name of the magazine ought to be changed to the "Outbreak." It may he that the president as Ini editor will be Cahn, philosophical, didactic. If he should yearn for controversy, he need only dig the valliait (Clonel Watterson in the ribs. 'Then the eleients would rage indeed.-Ex. Giviii leture, to high schools in the state is the new phase of exten -iou smork which has been undertak en this year by the Agricultural col leel. A serins of sbout thirty-live fel nue,. by members of the college tiaeilt has bleen arrliged nld was begun last week when Prof. ('onley ase hiis lecture oil "Voentionial Ed a(nt in'l ind II inii ugs" at t1le hiih schools of Kalispell, Great Fauils and I lanre. "'.s unto the lowe the cord is, so :ntot the man is vonum:)t though she b...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 November 1908

FINUSbrbe For___ _ THE ENTERPRISE Published in the interest 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- M esting and up-to-date news should subscribe for this paper. Send it East to some friend or relative for a Christmas present, they will appreciate it better than any other gift. ONLY $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Is recognized as the leading Advertising Medium in Northern Montana. It reaches practically every home The E n terprise 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 detial and all Work Pomptly 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 press which was recently purchased from the C. I. Johnson Co., of ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 November 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA, * MONT HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. PERSONAL. John D. Rockefeller, president of the Standard Oil Company, for over two hours before Judge Ferriss in New York reviewed the history of the early oil trade and the development of the first companies that later grew into the present so-called oil trust. He was a witness for the defense in the suit to dissolve the Standard which is being prosecuted by the United States government. Harry S. Reardon, alias Arthur Spencer, convicted at Kansas City of impersonating a government interpre ter, was sentenced to serve 18 months in the federal penitentiary at Leaven worth, Kan. Capt. O. M. Carter has been made manager of the Mexican Brick and Fire Clay Company at Mexico, Mo. W. R. Ridgely, president of the Na tional Bank of Commerce, Kansas City, has disposed of his stock in the bank and will retire. Mrs. Emily Crane Chadbourne, daughter of R. T. Crane of Chicag...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 November 1908

WAMSLEY'S AUTOMATIC PASTOR By FRANK CRANE (Copyright, by Bobbs-Merrill C..) "Yes, sir," said the short, chunky man, as he leaned back against the gorgeous upholstery of his saat in the smoking compartment of the sleeping car; "yes, sir, I knew you was a preacher the minute I laid eyes on you. You can't tool J. P. Wam sley. You see, there's a peculiar air about a man that's accustomed to handle any particular line of goods. You can tell 'em all, if you'll just no tice-any of 'em-white-goods coun ter, lawyer, doctor, travelin' man, poli tician, railroad-every one of 'em's got his sign out, and it don't take a Sherlock Holmes to read it, neither. "Experience, did you say? I must have had considerable experience? Well, I guess yes! Didn't you never hear of my invention, Wamaley's Au tomatic Pastor, Self-feedin' Preacher and Lightning Caller? Say, that was the hottest scheme ever. I'll tell you about it. "You see, it's this way. I'm not a church member myself-believe in it, you know, and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 25 November 1908

LOCAL NEWS Christmas is just one month from today. Fine work for the holiday trade at W.C. Stevens' photo studio. Don't forget the annual Thanks giving ball given by the Rebekahs. Samuel Kohlberg and daughter, were in the city from Helena last Sunday. Nine miners lost their lives in a coal mine fire at lied Lodge, Montana Friday last. Henry Rhode, the well known Baeth rancher, was in for supplies last Saturday. Harry Cosuer was in Helena the first of the week attending to busi ness matters. February 12th l000, is the one hun dredth anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. II. II. Nelson was in town over Sunday, going from here to Chinook. Harlem News. II. Wright, special land inspector, was a business visitor in Malta, the latter part of last week. The Woman's Club will be enter tained by Miss Gertrude Chambers at her home next saturday afternoon. Just arrived--A complete line of pipes. They will be sold as the price is right. Rmith's Confectionery. Reports from ('has. Wolfe, at...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 December 1908

THE ENTERPRISE. Frc d4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identifted with those of JNorthern Montana aund Especially of the Milk River. Ftlley MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA. DECEMBER 2, 1908. No. 28 IRRIGATORS TO VISIT HERE THE UNITED MILK RIVER VAL LEY IRRIGATION ASSOCIA TION WILL MEET IN MALTA TUESDAY Notites have been sent out thru the Milk River Valley calling the at tention of settlers to the annual meeting of the United Milk River Ll n wSatisfaction Iss the greatest when you buy presents that will give the longest satisfaction. There is no reason why our 400 day clocks should not run for ages. They - only need winding once a year---Every Christ mas-to remind one of their Christmas presents i They retail in Chicago for $20.00, at the Jewerlry Store in Malta only $18. and that is not all have we for Christmas presents. Drop In and See What Else We Have Visits from lookers are appreciated whether a sale results or not. We always like to see lookers, for those who have no though...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 December 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA, MONT. BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOR THEBUSY MAN MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM. ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review of Happenings of Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe-Latest Home and For eign items. PERSONAL. George R. Sheldon, treasurer of the Republican national committee, filed the list of contributions for the recent national campaign. It shows 12,330 contribulors. The total amount con tributd was $1,579,578.27. The shah of Persia issued a procla mation announcing that he would not give the p)eople a constitution. Andrew Carnegie in a magazine article takes the position that "infant industries" no longer need protection; that duties on luxuries used by the rich should be maintained, but that those on manufactured articles should be reduced greatly, or abolished. Working in the streets of Boston as a captain in the Salvation Army is Miss Cora Van Norden, the young daughter of W. M. Van Norden,...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 December 1908

The Story of Loyal By Ines Harrlantoa Whitfleld. (Copyrights, b or Pub. CaO.) Although Loyal was not a small dog his stubbornness was disproportionate. ly large. Moreover he had the advan tage of most men, including his mas ter, in always knowing his own mind. One October day the air breathed into Loyal's soul a challenge for a stroll, and as the family was very un interesting while unpacking after a summer spent in Europe, he unhesi tatingly accepted the challenge and walked out of the open door. For several blocks he walked behind a girl with yellow brown hair, whose gown, hat, gloves and shoes were the shade of his own coat. It may have been a sense of harmony of colors, or it may have been just dog sense that led him to walk nearer the girl, finally pushing a cold nose into the hand hanging loosely at her side. He must have known that she would neither start nor cry out. She only looked down at him with pleased sur prise and closed her hand tightly over his nose. "Good morning, ...

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

Aurora's Famous Lodge Case By FRANK LOVELL NELSON Master Mind Solves One of the Queerest of Crimes. Doctor Slain at Initiation by Substitu tion of Gunpowder for Fake Explosive -Carleton Clark to the Aid of Chi cago Newspaper Reporter in Solving Mystery. VERY man who has been a newspaper reporter and survives has one case which he gives the post of honor in memory. This is the story of the assign ment I like best to remem ber, not only because it re sulted in the solution of one of the most mysteri ous cases that ever arose in Illinois, but rather for the reason that it marked my first meeting with Carlton Clarke. It was in the summer of 1896 that the word came to the office of the Chi cago morning paper with which I was then connected that the police of the little city of Aurora were struggling with a case which seemed destined to prove one of the greatest mysteries of the day. As I had met with considera ble success in criminal cases, the man aging editor lost no time in hustling m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 December 1908

THE ENTERPRISE 11iI MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Ise., Prepijetrs. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, as Second Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County A higher divorce rate in the Unit ed States than in any of the foreign countries where statistics are procur able is announced by the census bu reau, which in a bulletin just issued says: "At least one marriage in twelve in this country terminates in a divorce." The reports cover the twerty years from 1887 to lO900, in clusive. In that time there were 12,832,044 marriages and 945,6i2.5 divorces. Divorce is now two and one-half times as common compared with the marriage population. as it was 40 years ago. Utah and Con necticut are the only two states showing a decreased divorce rate. Tomorrow a Farmers' Institute will be held in this city. Presumably there will be two meetings, which has always been the custom of the Institute in the past. It is sincerely hoped by the Ent e rprise that the people of Malta and vicinit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 December 1908

00 (7os a1 41 !il7 -~ ~ 44.:44' : ' 4 .~IL!" *:":I *~r :i·H: /C~tf/yJ 1 OF···r: TH 45YPOiixF/?W >/Efpq~p~ ----I PIHrodcPw COP)i-/cT /oa BY UNnL/z *WO &LD'4RWOOD Qb W//!YI'CP CRO&/NG 7 T1E'.L/t/t /A THE WHEeL6IRRIOW ?RC'e EFORE the year 1925 has dawned it is prcbable that nearly every hos pital for insane in America will work for cures from an athletic an gle. Physicians who have had the care of mentally incompetent per sons declare that sports are the chief adjunct to insane treatment. The patients become wonderfully interested and enthusiastic over wheelbarrow races, sprints, three legged races, and the fun they de rive from this sort of exercise is de clared far greater than that which falls to the share of the sane ath lete or the athletic fan who partici *pates in championship games on the field, diamond, track, gridiron and gymnasium floor. A great alienist once said that where physical well-being is to be found there is usually a compe tent mind also. Athletics natu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 December 1908

Light Freights By W. W. JACOBS TO HAVE AND TO HOLD (Copyright, Dodd, MId Company.) The old man sat outside the Cauli flower inn, looking crossly up the road. He was fond of conversation, but the pedestrian who had stopped to drink a mug of ale beneath the shade of the doors was not happy in his choice of subjects. Conversation languished; the travel er rapped on the table and had his mug refilled. He nodded courteously to his companion and drank. "You're another Job Brown," said the old man, irritably, "that's wot you are; another Job Brown. I've seen your kind afore." He shifted farther along the seat, and, taking up his long clay pipe from the table, struck a match and smoked the few whiffs which remained. "Wot I said just now about you be ing like Job Brown was only in joke like," he said, anxiously, as he tasted the brew. "If Job 'ad been like you he'd ha' been a better man." The philanthropist bowed. "He was one o' the 'ardest drinkers in these parts," began the old man, slowly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 December 1908

LOCAL NEWS Fine work for the holiday trade at 'V. C. Stevens' photo studio. Adam Kingsbury is in town for a few days from Baeth. The Enterprise can do your printing promptly. Wm. McLellan was in Great Falls Monday attending to some business matters. Call and see some of the fine photo graphic work at W. C. Stevens' art gallery. Mrs. Byron Hurley of Saco, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Davidson, while Mr. Ilurley is in this vicinity buying horses for shipment. Francis Elliott is home from col lege at Bozeman. Owing to an epi demic of diphtheria in that city he will not return until after the Christ mas vacation. Mrs. Ed. Powell and children, ac companied by her sister. Miss Rose Kimmets, will leave for Zortman to morrow where they will spend the winter months. Stanley Ketchel, a well known pu gilist. who fought several good tights in the state, knocked out Billy Papke in the eleventh round, in California Thanksgiving Day. hReports from Billings state that a 'large colon...

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