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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 February 1913

SERIAL LSTORVJ EXCUSE ME! Novelized from the Comedy of the Same Name y ILLUSTRATED Frem 1'hte orephu of tuMhes By Red"v W. savage Coprtht. 11 . byl i. L i. 8NP238. SYNOPSIS. Liecut. 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 tak ing on passengers. Porter has a lively time with an Englishman and Ira Lath rop, a Yankee business man. The elopers have an exciting time getting to the train. "Little Jimmie" Welllngton, 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. Jlmmie for her marital troubles. Classmates of Mal lory decorate bridal berth. Rev, and Mrs. Temple start on a vacation. They decide to cut loose and Temple removes evidence of his calling. Marjorie decides to let Mallory proceed alone, but tr...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 February 1913

'Malta Enterprise. Published by THEi MALTA INTERPRPISE PUB. 00. .XAI,T, .......XO.TA.M NEWS OF THE WEEK CONDENSATIONS OF GREATER OR! LESSER IMPORTANCE. A BOILING gOWN OF EVENTS National, Political, Personal and Other Matters in Brief Form for All Classes of Readers. Congress. George P. McCabe, solicitor of the Department of Agriculture, has pre sented to Secretary Wi!son his resig nation. It has been accepted. Shipping trust investigating cornm-; mittee continued its hearing with; President Preston of United States Fruit company testifying. Illegal trafficking the country over; in stolen postage stamps, aggregating several millions of dollars annually, has been disclosed by postoffice in, spectors whose investigations were; reported to Postmaster General Hitch-, cock. The supreme court of the United States held in effect for the first time that the Sherman anti-trust act does not forbid the mere combining of non competitors in an industry. The de cision was given in the shoe machin ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 February 1913

For Coupons Oft of the Duke's Mixture Sack Many men are getting un t o I d pleasure out of the Liggett Uc5Mer& Duke's Mixture sack. One 5e package holds many pipefuls of pure, mild smoking -- br, if you please, it will make many cigarettes of Sthe good old-fashioned kind thtt you roll yourself. :aAo "d paw o ake ·~~~t~ES;5 o aiýii~ Duke's Mixture, made by the " 'Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. at Dur Q.,' ham, N. C., is the favorite with ciga ' rette smokers. It's the tobacco that vJ makes "rolling" popular with men a . who want the true taste of pure, J mild, selected tobacco. We're making this brand the leader of its kind. Pay what you will, you cannot ao * get better granulated tobacco than Duke's 'O 0Q.1 Mkture. C.. ,o You still get the same big oneaed a " v" . half ounce sack-enough to make maný/ cigarettes-for 6e. And with each sack you get a book of cigarette papers and a .v present coupon, FREE. S Save the Present Coupons ., With the coupons you can get many handsome, de...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 February 1913

,BACKACHE IS DISCOURAGING Backache makes life a burden. Head aches, dizzy y spells and dis tressing uri nary disorders are a constant trial. T ake warning! Sus pect kidney trouble. Look about for a good kidney remedy. Learn from "Evry Picture one who has Tets Storw" found relief from the same suffering. Get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Mr. Lee had. A Texas Case J. H. Lee. 512 W. 'Walnllt St., Clebourn, Tex., says: "For four years I endured misery from gravel. Mlrphlne was my only rellEP. 1 had terribleo pains In my baEk and it washard for me to pass the kid. ney secretlons. Doan's Kidney Pillscuredmequlck ly, and I have bean well aver since." Get Doan's at Any Store. 5Oc a Box DO AN'S Kp D1Y FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y. The Army of Constipation is Growing Smaller Every Day. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS are responsible - they not only give relief - they perma-E sientlycure Con- ITTLE stipation. Mil IVER lions use PLLS. them for Biliousness, ladigestioa, Sick Headache, Sallo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 February 1913

How People Lose Their Money By couceling it about their person; by stowiing it away in mugs, jugs and jars; by selwing it up in skirts and ticks; by tucking it under couches and carpets; in cupboards and bureau drawers. How People Save -Their Money-= 3By depositing it in a good, reliable bank. Confl dent that this bank meets the public needs, we tender the services of our bank to allwhe believe in keeping on the safe side. THE FIRST STATE BANK Malta, Montana OFFICERS: H. CG. IRohino~on, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-P esident. F. W. rALL Cashier. C. E. Sectest, Ass't CashIier DIRECTORS : SMcKennan, H. G. Robinson, Geo. W. Clay, Jas. L. LeNoir, i'. W. Hall, C. E. Secrest, C. L. Morris, Alexander Elliot, Ole Veseth. Safety Deposit Bcxes For Rent Coal Short ge Buy your Ilard and Soft Coal AT ONCE. Coal slhotatge in. tile northliwest is al rmninig. - Don't blamne your local coal dealers if they can't furnish you coal latter in the season. Imperial Coal is Hot Stuff. BUY NOW! IMPERIAL ELE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 February 1913

OCCIDENT FLOUR $3.20 PER 100 Car Ceretona Flour just arrrived--Best and Cheapest Flour made in Montana, $2.80 Every Sack Guaranteed M laM rat IillIile Company,.Nort..SideII . -. Malta Mercantile Company, "North:"$ide SHJOE FOR THI'E MAN W.IO0 CARES EDWARDS & McLELLAN TWO-CENT FARE. With only two votes :against it tile h ouse passed the Iill by C. M. Ilen dixen reducing railway fares to 2 cents a. nfl., oh nil railroads earning nmore tlin t A1,o0 a year on passenger tr.tlic. This m1)easnre is supposed to he drawn so as to overcome the objec tions to the law declared Ilunconstitu tional by Judge W. II. Sanborn. The bill went through the house without comment.--M imeapolis Journal. PROPERTY FOR SALE Good Improved Ranch two miles from Malta. 4 lots, 110-foot front, and two 4-room cottages in this city. Good water. Well improved. All cheap for cash. See It. J. Ilowerton, or leave word at Enterprise office. 4w44 MALTA CHURCH SOCIETIES METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Preaching at t11 a. m. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 February 1913

THE ENTERPRISE. VOL. 15 MALTA. MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY SO, 1913 NO. 45 A SAD AFFAIR 'More Particulars of the Fatal Accident of Last Thursday. Mrs. C.M.lDyrdahl left Sunday for her old home ii Oldham, S. i)., taking with her the remains of her husband, Carl M. Dyrdahl, who was the victim of the fatal accident that occurred on Front street late Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Dyrdabl was accompanied by her brother, Louis Dyrdahl and 13. Olson of Lovejoy. From what we could learn in regard to the accident Mr. Dyrdall had just loaded up a load of coal at the Impe rial sheds east of the JMalta Mercan tile warehouse, and was driving a young team that had never been hitched up before the trip to Malta on this occasion. One of the horses be longed to his cousin, Geo. Dyrdahl, and the team were not used to being driven together. Starting up the street the team jerked and threw Mr. Dyrdahi to the double-trees, and from there he fell to the ground, the entire load passing over his body. Several p...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 February 1913

THE ENTERPRI SE TILE MIAT/U\A ENTICi PISI '11. CO.. lI'iu 8. Enitered in the post ollice at Maltn, Mootana a;L Second ilaiss Mail Matter. SUB1SCRIPTION .Ž.O() 11EIZ YEAIZ% CANE W)A N MITcLEIANI W0.. O Il Y IA I - - - 1'Published 1 vrý Thursday iin the Yea-,r. Snineity Clothes EDWARDS & McLELLAN Madero has been forced to resign and Huerta is the new provincial governor of Mexico. Thf fighting is about over. After four judges were disqualified by affidavits of prejudice the contest case of former sheriff James H. Ste phens vs P. J. Nacey, was brought to an abrupt close last Monday when Judge Smith dismissed the action at Glasgow. It is reported the case will still be carried (to the Supreme Court. While at Helena last week the editor had the pleasure of inspecting the large plant of the Helena Daily Independent and it was about * as busy a printing establishment as we have seen in operation. At the present time a large force is em ployed getting out the bills for the Montana state...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 February 1913

BILLY ThE KI THE MOST FAMOUS OF TH MEN OF THE WEST ý at wmsewer co Fr ank J. 4 HOWLING mob of fortune hunters crowded into Silver City, New Mexico, in the sev enties. The uncovering of mineral wealth was beset with great danger. The Apa ches were on the war-path. It was hazardous to travel in the country without an escort, but the magnet of wealth in the mines drew men to the scene notwithstanding. In the citi zenship of the community there were rough men, for the early days were typical of those of other min ing-camps isolated in the mountains and distant from civilization. In that community there lived a boy of seven teen years of age, respected and loved by all. He was a favorite among the young men and consid ered a model youth by the old. He was gentle as a child. His face was delicately molded, his skin as fair as a girl's, his hands small and fin gers tapering. Lithe, graceful, self-reliant, he gave every promise of an honorable career. This boy-William H. Bonney-was employed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 February 1913

Malta Enterprise. Published by THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. OD. XAI4TA. ...... TAMA NEWS OF JHE WEEK CONDENSATIONS OF GREATER OR LESSER IMPORTANCE. A BOILING DOWN OF EVENTS National, Political, Personal and Other Matters In Brief Form for All Classes of Readers. CONGRESS. President-elect Wilson has nct yet decided what legislation he will recom mend to the extra session of congress besides the tariff. The soaring price of crude oil is be ing nvestigated by the department of justice in connection with its inquiry to determine whether the decree dis solving the Standard Oil company had been violated. Opponents of the bill to appropriate $2,000,000 for government participa tion in the Panama-Pacific Internation al exposition practically forestalled ac tion at this session by a filibuster in the house. Eulogies for the late Senator Frye of Maine and Representative Hubbard of Iowa, and Utter of Rhode Island, were delivered in the house recently. Many representatives joined in the symposium ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 February 1913

The brightest day for every girl and every woman is the day when she looks well, feels well and is well. For every woman who does not enjoy these bright days of good health there is this cheering news. Your aching back, the dizziness, langour and weakness that leaves you trembling and breathless after any exertion, those attacks of faint ness and headaches that make everything blurred, can be ban ished just as soon as you make up your mind to build up your blood with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. A booklet, "Plain Talks to Wo mon," will be sent free on request. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all druggists at 50 cents per box or six boxes for $2.50, or direct by mail, postpaid, by the Dr. Williams Medictie Company. Schenectady, N. Y. EXCELLENT! \ %\ "Are you first in anything in school, Earlier' "First out of the building when the bell rings." As to the Wedding Garb. Colonel Watterson occasionally turns his attention from dressing down candidates to dressing up in quiring correspon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 February 1913

Backache Is aWarning Thoasands suffer kidneyills unawares -not knowing that the backache, head achesand dull,nerv ous, dizzy, all tired - condition are often due to kidney weak ness alone. Anybody who suf fers constantly from backacheshould sus pect the kidneys. Some irregularity of the secretions may give just the needed proof. Doan's K idne y Pills have been cur ing backache and sick kidneys for over fifty years. Get Don's a Anr tilly50 a Boxr A North Dakota Case Mrs. C. . Tyler, Cando, N. IO., saps: "MN feet and limbs were swollen aod 1 couldn't slk.p on account ef kidney weakness. My back was eine end sore aed I felt oiserable. Dean's Ktdney in'tls cured me and when I have had occasion to as. them since, they have never failed mw." Get Doan's at Any Store, SO a Box Dt' ld S KPIL LS FOSTER.MU-BURN CO., Buffalo, New York Surely a Good Ccok. Mrs. CanIp Clark was engaging a new cook. The applicant, a nice look Ing woman, made a fine impression on Mrs. Clark. After the usual prelimi ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 February 1913

Mutual Benefit You can'ttell by the looks of a toad which way he will jump, but it's a pretty sure bet that he will JUMP if you get close enough. You can't tell by the looks of a man's head what there is in side of it, but you'll find out if you get close enouglº-if you know him intimately. We would like to be on terms of intimacy with all our patrons. We have no desire to be stiff-necked. We want you to make our bank yourheadquarters when in town. We want to talk with you about your affairs, your deals, your farm, your stock, your pros pects, your experiments and experiences. It broadens our view, and we may in turn be able to help you by giving you something interesting in return. Come in any time. This bank values your friendshipand confidence and is anxious to make ouracquaiutamnce one of mutual benefit. TII FIRST STATE BANK Malta, Montana OFFICERS: H. G. Robinsmo, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President, F. W. *EIrL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRERORS: S MeKennan, H. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 February 1913

OCCIDENT FLOUR $3.20 PER 100 Car Ceretona Flour just arrrived--Best and Cheapest Flour made in Montana, $2.80 Every Sack Guaranteed. Malta Mercantile Company, North Side SHOE FOR THE MAN WHO CARES EDWARDS & McLELLAN PROPERTY FOR SALE Good Improved Hiantc1 two miles from Malta. 4 lots, 110-loot front, and two 4-room cottages in this city. Good llt('r. Nell ilmproved. All cheap for ecsh. See I. .1. llowerton, or leave word at Eliterprise offce. 4w44 Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, United States Land Olficeat Glasgow, iltontana, January 15th, 1M3. Notice is hereby given that GEORGE WELLINGTON HEWITT of Malta, Valley County, Montana, who on June 24, 1907, made homestead entry. No. 65, for NE¼SW'/,. NSSE'A, Southeast 1/ NEk, Sec. 5, Twp. 30 N., Range 30 E. Montana Meridian has filed notice of intention to make Final Five Year Proof to estaclish claim to the land above described, before B. W. Brockway, United States eommissioner, in his office at Malta, Montana, on ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 February 1913

THE ENTERPRISE. VOL.15 MALTA. MONTANA; THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1913 * NO.46 • · · · ~ S-- M, O, SHAFER CALLED HENCE Succumbs to Dread Disease Sunday. Early Sunday morning the Angel of Death that for some time had been hovering over the home, called and took from this life to a better world beyond the soul of Morgan D. Shafer. Funeral services under the direction of R. V. Tucker were held from the Methodist Church Tuesday afternoon, Rev. I. A. Rader preaching the funeral sermon. Members of the Malta Eagles Lodge and the K. P. Lodge of Glasgow were in attendance ini a body an4( marched to the cem etery, the Knights of Pythias burial service being read at the grave by J. T. Farris of Glasgow. M. D. Shafer was born in Dwight, Illinois, April 11, 1870, and resided with his parents until about eighteen years ago when he came to Malta, anudhas ever since made this his bome. "Jack" Shafer, as he was familiarly called in Malta, was a general favor ite in social and business circles. Always go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 February 1913

THE ENTERPRISI: THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO., PROPS. dhtered in the poset office at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPT] ON $2.00 PER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION, 2,.50 PER YEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & McLELLAN EDWARDS & McLELLAN VALUE IS EASY To TALK ABOUT BUT HARD To GIVE. YET IT IS THE MoST IMPoRTANT THING OF ALL IN THE MERCHANDISE YOU BUY OUR WILLINGNESS To GIVE YOU VALUE 1S SHOWN BY THE TRADE MARKS oF THE LINES WE CARRY. SINCERITY CLOTHES FLoRSHEIM SHoES LEADER SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR KEEN KUTTER TooLS ON THE BASIS oF QUAL ITY AND BEST VALUES WE ASK FoR A PoRTIoN oF YoUR PATRONAGE. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN Acquire a good habit--buy your groceries at Facey's. A show at Eagles Hall Monday light bronght out the "large" audi ence of six people. Easter Sunday dloes not come until March 23d. We'll have our spring opening in plenty of time for you to get ready for it. St. Hill's. When in need of plumbing, tin emithing or repair work, don't ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 February 1913

~'IWAI(LS ING A NAUIO'HiALMQui NT · _ ~A O no one of the world'. heroes, probably. hqve more moilments, stat ues. and other einduring tributes been erected than to him who was so aptly designated "First in war, first in peace and ' first in the hearts of his - 4 . countrymen," Easily the r anost important and most imp1bing of all the memorials existing or project- ,* ,ed is the Washington national monu .ment, that simple and stately white :shaft that rises on the banks of the Potomac river at Washington and af fords from its top the most magnifl cent view of the beautiful capital city which Washington founded and ` which bears his name. Yet few of the persons who gaze in this twentieth . century upon what has been denom inated a "poem in marble"' paiue to consider how long this monument was in building and by how narrow a margin of chance a national tribute missed being a national disgrace. The towering shaft that so ably typifies Washington's ,simplicity and strength of character w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 February 1913

1Malta Enterprise. Publisbed by THE MALTA BNTEIIRPRtS1 PUB. OD. FROM MANY POINTS EVENTS OF THE DAY HELD TO A FEW LINES. LAIE EVENTS BOILED DOWN Personal, Political, Foreign and Other Intelligence Interesting to the General Readers. CONGRESS. The diplomatic and consular appro priation bill carrying $3,761,642, was passed by the House. An amendment to the postoffice bill in the senate povides for primary elec tion on fourth class postmasters. The House Territories committee heard Alaskan plea for legislation permitting entrymen to prove coal claims in court. Senator Brown introduced amend ments to the public building bill pro. viding for the following public build ings: Alliance, $125,000; Wahoo, $100,000; Auburn, $68,000. Before taking up the Mexican sit uation the cabinet considered a ques tion almost as pressing-the resigna tions that are to be sent by its mem bers to Mr. Wilson March 4. Every body expects to resign. The largest pension bill ever re ported to congress, carrying app...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 February 1913

Duine Chmge.aof R;-ow Lydia E. Plkham's Veg-e table Comptoud Made Her a Well Woman. lola, RKa.as.-"During the Change of Life I was slck for two years. Be. foreItookyour med. icine I could not bear the weight of my clothes and was bloated very badly. Idoctoredwiththree doctors but they did me no good They said nature must have' its way. My sister advised me to take Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and I purchased a bottle. Before it was gone the bloating left me and I was not so sore. I continued tak ing it until I had taken twelve bottles. Now I am stronger than I have been for years and can do all my work, even the washing. Your medicine is worth its weight in gold. I cannot praise it enough. If more women would take your 'medicine there would be more healthy women. You may use this let ter for the good of others. "-Mrs. D. BI. BROWN, 809 N.Walnut St., Iola,Kan. Change of Life is one of the most critical periods of a woman's existence. Women everywhere should remember that th...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 February 1913

EARNEST ADVICE However painful, however stub born your rheumatism may be, even if the disease is of long standing and many remedies have failed, do not despair, but give Dr. Williams' Pink Pillse trial. The rheumatic poison is in the blood and it defies any treatment that does not build up and purify the blood. Rubbing something on your skin will not drive it out. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills attack the disease at its root, in the blood, and rheumatism cured in this way stays cured. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all druggists at 50 cents per box or six bog~s for $2.50, or direct by mail, postpaid, upon receipt of price by the Dr. Williams Medicine Company., Schenectady, N. Y. HIS OPINION. Howe-I understand your friend Tangs recently led a charming widow to the matrimonial altar. Wise--I don't know about that. I'm inclined to think she pushed him there. CHILD'S FACE ALL RED SPOTS 7 tli 632 N. 5th St., Terre Haute, Tnd.- t "My little nephew, a boy of four a years, had a breaking ou...

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