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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 April 1913

Mutual Benaefit- You can't'tell 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 mall's head what tllere is in side of it, but you'll find out if you get close enough-if you know Shim 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 your headquarters when i, town. We want to talk with you about your affairs, your deals, your farm, your stock, your proi - 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 ally time. This bank values your friendship and confidence and is anxious to make our acquaintance one of mutual benefit. TAE FIRST STATE BANK Malta, Montana OFFICERS: If. G. Robinson, tPresident Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. BALL Cashier. C. B. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS": - ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 April 1913

.fl.HOE FOR THEF MAN WHO CARES E~DWARDS & McLELLAN The Library is open for business at the Good D)rug Co. Big sale on oranges, 170 dozen at S0c dozen, at Clanton & Brandcn's. City Attorney Tressler is attending' district court at Glasgow this week. Buy a dozen packlages seeded raisins at Clauton & Brandon's. 10c per lb. Mr, and Mrs. CGeo. Smith went to G:lasgow last nighlit to attend district colrt. Senatol' Survant \welnt down to the county capitol last nigiht to attendl court. For Sale:-Shelled corn $1.20 per hundred whileit lasts. St. & Dak. .levator. Without a question tile Sure-fit is tihe most hunine horse collar ever produced. B. 11. Koke. We have our onion sets-red, white, yellow; get yours early at Clanton & ]lrandon's. Mrs. Charles Christie will entertain the ladies of the Congregational Aid Society Thursday of next week, All are invited to attend. Earl Jones, a popular young dry land farmer south of Malta, who has spent the winter on the coast, re turn...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 April 1913

THE ENTERPRISE. VOL. 15 MALTA. MONTANA; THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1913 I NO. 52 1 H. . . . r . ] i ' ... . . . . - . ....... .... . . I. .. . .. . . . . .. ... . .... . ,, ' ' In ' . i i ' i . i i THERE'S great satisfaction in the thought that o Swould have if you came in person. Our little customers take a special delight in coming here for that very reason, which probably explains the great numbers who come to do Mama's shopping every day. Your child's order your order received by 'phone, will invariably be followed by the promptest and most careful service we can possibly give. We Guarantee Satisfaction Always Clanton & Brandon. CIC~~~~ ~~I ~ Buck Herd. 1 will run a buck herd for this sea son. Address G. L. Akin, Baeth, Mont. 2m45 Notice. Notice is hereby given, that unless the owner of any male or female dog within the limits of the Town of Malta shall register such animal with the Town Marshal on or before the First Day of May, 1913, and provide such animal with a collar, on whic...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 April 1913

THE ENT ER PRISE H. A. JOHNSON, PUBLESHER. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION 52.00 PER YEAR CANADIAN SUB1SCRIPTION. $2,50 PER YEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & McLELLANs EDWARDS & McLELLAN Arbor Day According to a proclamation issued by the governor, Arbor day this year comes on May 13th. Following is the proclamation: "In the transition wrought by the forces of nature our land is emerging from the grip of winter and with gladness greets the springtide-the herald of the time of growth and pro ,ductivity, the months of foliage, fruits and flowers-and all mankind is cheered by the prospect ofa season filled with the varied activities of a satisfying summer. "Therefore, in furtherance of' the purpose of the statutes of our state, I S. V. Stewart, as governor of the state of Montana, do hereby designate and set apart Tuesday, the thirteenth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and thirteen, as Arbor day. "A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 April 1913

Oow'3uET 13W ST A.O.~iGW~US &CQ SYNOPSIS. Major McDonald, commanding an army post near Fort Do. seeks a man to Intercept his daughter, Molly, who ii headed for the pout. An Indian outbreak Is threatened. CHAPTER II-Continued. "Nol Oh, of course not. Nothing that goes on out here ever drifts east of the Missouri. Lord! We might as well be serving a foreign country. Well, listen: I was at Washita then, and had the story first hand. Dugan was a lieutenant in 'D' Troop, out with his first independent command scouting along the Canadian. He knew as much about Indians as a cow does of music. One morning the young idiot left camp with only one trooper along-Hamlin here-and he was a 'rookie,' to follow up what look ed like a fresh trail. Two hours later they rode slap into a war party, and Ihe fracas was on. Dugan got a ball through the body at the first fire that paralyzed him. He was conscious, but couldn't move. The rest was up to Hamlin. You ought to have heard Dugan tell it when he...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 April 1913

Malta Enterprise. FROM MANY POINTS EVENTS OF THE DAY HELD TO A FEW LINES. LATE EVENTS BOILED DOWN Personal, Political, Foreign and Other Intelligence Interesting to the General Readers. CONGRESS. Recognition of China was discuss ed at length at a cabinet meeting, but no decision was reached. It is very probable that the United States will recognize China as a republic when the constituent assembly meets on April 8. The money in the treasury is again being counted, but this time, with the exception of the cah in the teller's room, it is being counted by bundles. Should the piece by piece count be adopted it is estimated it would take six months to do the job. With the induction into the office of a new treasurer of the United States, the money in the treasury has to be checked up, and the induction of ex Governor Burke of North Dakota, as treasurer under President Wilson, has proven no exception to the rule. Convinced that public business would be expedited by the practice, President...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 April 1913

Spaiand ae reulting from eanese or doiwi emune a beauty. Tlur Dssigt will lowts Toeail Dn't Persecute Your Bowels Cotout ealithartic and ptga They are hPuiend evietable.a hA et sentuy on the li ., eliminate bileana an sthethedaeliatew embn Weofteh m anda 'ree Homestead Area Yowel. Cur ioe it C.L r faltetias e ald p muOW are brto itale hairh, un 4 10 Genuine m~to bear Signature Gil a Omnadlan Home elmn Weste nCanada's o he partular ;ýappl I GPROVINGE OR BIOs. has Severnl New Home tnitoroin Ganosperio nr a desi rale ha.s lNe barnoran lan tn bcrre bh atc le reastonw a Troken periSd of overne qurter of a. mentury. Perfect climate: rood markets: best, and social condgtions most and also in the older districts lands can Be boulgh at reosun able prices. For further particulars apply to W. E. BLACK CANADIAN GOVERNNENT AGENT, CLIF. R FORD AL LOCKA., D FORKSA NOC . DAK. or address Superintendent of ..5 Immigration, Ottawa, Canada 820 acre irrigated farm in Central Idaho for sate or trade. Big...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 April 1913

THE DEAREST Mrs. Wilkes' Fondest Hopes Realized-Health, Hap. piness and Baby. Plattsburg, Miss.- "Lydia E. Pink* ham's Vegetable Compound has proved ,very beneficial to me, for now I am well land have a sweet, healthy baby, and our home is happy. "I was an invalid from nervous pros. tration, indigestion and female troubles. "I think I suffered every pain a wo. man could before I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I think it saved this baby's life, as I lost my first one. "My health has been very good ever since, and I praise your medicine to all any friends." - Mrs. VERNA WILKES, R. F. D. No. 1, Plattsburg, Miss. The darkest days of husbahd and wife are when they come to look forward to a childless and lonely old age. Many a wife has found herself inca pable of motherhood owing to some derangement of the feminine system, often curable by the proper remedies. In many homes once childless there are now children because of the fact ,that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 April 1913

tutual .enfjt You can't'tell by the looksi ofa toad whlich way bie willjump, but it's a pretty sure betf that he will JUMIP 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 enough--if you know him intimately. We would like totbe on terms of intimacy with all our patrons. We have no desire to be stiff-necked. We want you to make our bank your headquarters when in town. We want to talk with you about your affairs, your deals, your farm, your stock, your pros pects, your experimetits and experiences. It broadens our view, and we may in turn be able to help you by giving you something sinteresting in return. Come in any time. This bank values your. . friendship nd confidence and is anxious to make our acquaintance one of mutual benefit. THE FIRST STATE BANK Malta, Montana OFFICERS: H. G. Robinson, President Geo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. aALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRjiCTORS: 8 Mcl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 April 1913

OSHOE FOR THEI MAN WHO CARES, EDWARDS & McLELLAN LOCAL NEWS Get your seeds early at Clanton & Brandon's. Competent nurse. Will go out. Mrs. Munson. 51tf For a long or short time farm loan see Lyman Barnes. 52tf Grover Waite went out to his farm the first of the week. J. F. Watson returned to his home in Great Falls Sunday. Buy a dozen packages seeded raisins at Clanton & Brandon's. 10c per lb. B. W. Brockway was attending to business matters in Glasgow Mon day, We have our onion sets-red, white, yellow; get yours early at Clanton & 3Brandon's. Joseph Morrison, of Landusaky, is in the city this week renewing old acquaintances. Wanted-Good competent girl for general housework. Address Mrs. 9. W. Simonson, Malta, Mont. Without a question the Sure-fit is the most humane horse collar ever produced. B. H. Koke. For Sale-One-half interest in a good paying business in Malta. For particulars address Box 611, Malta, Mont. Kilduff leads in the hardware line. Stock is large and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 April 1913

CAYED INAT BURIA F NRE ENTESRPRISOFESELF-09 tr.L. J.. . ALTA. MONT~ANA( THURESDAY, APRIL 17, 1913 " NO. 1 $T-ROYE DISREGA BY m d MANi SHE LOVD.aii nt N t 4 DAINTY and appetizing morsels for the table, put up in sealed packages and guaranteed absolute ly pure. No store in town shows such a diversfied variety. No store offers them to you at such moderate prices. Imported and Domestic Relishes and Fancy Food Products, which will give the finishing touch and tone to the meal Among the New Arrivals. Home Brand Preserves, Fancy Cookies, Olives, other Fancy Bottle Goods. Everything in Fresh Vegetables CLANTON & BRANDON High Price of Beef The following taken from the Butte Miner gives our readers a pretty good reason for the high price of meat: "Inthe opinion of A.E.de Ricqles of Denver, of the American Loan and Livestock company, the largest cattle outfit in Montana, and one of the largest in the west, the high prices of beef and mutton have come to stay, and the only thihng that could...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 April 1913

THE ENTERPRISE I-. A. JOHNSON, PVBLISHE:R. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER x 1., ' CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION, $2.50 PER YE-AII Published Every Thursday in the Year. ~itt~i t, tothtli EDWARDS & McLELLAN Eagles' Convention At Baltimore Baltimore, Mld.--Nearly six th~ou sn;.l tdollalrs ill cashl prizes will be E.wardiedvisitiiug ~agles to thle great .N\atiollalCoiiveition~of the ortler ill ":his city ther week of A~uguslt 4Ith Fi:reatist cr~owdt of v-isito~rs flint, ever assemb~ledl here will Ie r~oyally eniter tainled. A~ lar~ge fun11d isbo~(ig raisedf~ gpoodtilllt :/.1. thll lillit Of famned willhe l.' ky. Ilaltimore B.eri(' wi'lll ll()I competert- for auly of thle prizes :.mtl ,;vryr\ tolhlr~ of this funid \\ill go! .,moiiitt to be· distributed is: as f~llow,.: 1--ForT :P,'ie~ located w\ithini 15,0 miles of ]/altilu,,re, havring tile 1largest zmmlll beoro mlemblers s ic pa~rxad. Filrst p~rize, $15tp,; second l'lize, $I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 April 1913

M~LY W;DNALD I" V t1COPYWS#f II .DY A.C.N'CUU B &C 4 .- ' s 'O P.ls., Majo. McDonald, commanding an army poSt near Fort Dodge, seeks a man to intercept his daughter Molly, who s headed "or the post. An Indian outbreak is threatened.. "Brick" Hamlin, a ser geant who had. Just arrived with mes sae to McDonald, volunteers for the -ission and starts alone. Molly arrives at Fort Ripley two days ahead of sched ule. CHAPTER III.-Continued. "Good Lord, miss," he exclaimed swiftly. '"Do yer mean to say ye're goin' to make that trip alone?" "Oh, not to Santa 'Fe; only as far as the stage station at, the Arkansas crossing," she exclaimed hastily. "I am going to join my father; he-he commands a. post on the Cimarron Major McDonald." "Well, I'll be damned," said, the man slowly, so surprised that he for got himself. "Babes in the wilderness; what, in Hetven's name, ever induced yer dad to let yer come on such a fool trip? .Isn't thar no one to meet yer here, or at Dodge " "I-I don't know," s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 April 1913

9< -(. I Girls who come home from school ' or shop too tired to do anything, need Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These pills bring color to pallid cheeks and lips, brighten the eyes and give vigor to the lagging step. They make the blood rich and pure and this red blood carries new life and energy to every part of the body. If you cannot get Dr. Williams' Pink Pills readily near home send fifty cents for one box or $2.50 for a half dozen, by mail, postpaid. Two helpful booklets, "Building Up the Blood" and "Plain Talks to Women," giving more informa tion about the remedy will be sent free to any address upon request. br. Williams Medicine Company. Schenectady. N. Y. SPECIAL TO WOMEN Do you realize the fact that thousands of women are now using A Soluble Antiseptic Powder as a remedy for mucous membrane af. Sections, such as sore throat, nasal or pelvic catarrh, inflammation or ulcera. tion, caused by female ills? Women wvho have been cured say "it is worth Its weight in gold." Dissolv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 April 1913

r~lnl~n Drru.en A HIDDEN DAMGER It is a duty of len the kidneys to rid the blood of uric lo acid, an irritating poison that is con. stantly forming in. side. When the kid neys fail, uric aold causes rheumnatic attacks, headaches, dizziness, gravel, urinary troubles, weak oyes, dropsy or heart disease. Doan's Kidney Pills help the kid neys fight oft uric acid-bringing new strength to weak kidneys and re lief from backache and urinary ills. A Moane.a Casa Mm. LB. Andrewa im Uighth Avenue, Great FallsMont., qsa: ,My liUmn, handIs and feet became so swollen 1 couldn't stand. 1 was in agony with the pain. I was so reduced in weigbt my p nacmts Just hung on me, and I bad given by depalr. Doao's nladey Plloa eun. m completely, and or a year las elaed wlout the slightest return of the troulout Gat Dosa' at esp Stoe., Se a Bao DOAN'S ,PILL PoSTER-Mn.uLBRN . uIfalo, New Yogis Thirteen Not Unlucky for Him. Dr. Nansen has good reason to re gard thirteen as a lucky number. The crew of the Fram, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 April 1913

Mrt&_Enterprise. *A1XTA. XMIfTAifA NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD INTELLIGENCE HERE GATHERED COVERS WIDE AREA. GREATER OR LESSER IMPORT Includes What is Going On at Wash, Ington and in Other Sections of the Country. CONGRESS. The United States government has decided to recognize the Chinese re public. Secretary Bryan conferred with President Wilson for nearly an hour at the White house completing the details. Recognition of China was discuss ed at length at a cabinet meeting, but no decision was reached. It is very probable that the United States will recognize China as a republic when the constituent assembly meets on April 8. Recognition of the Chinise republic and the Philippine question has come prominently before the cabinet. The president and his advisers discussed the advisability of early recognition of the Chinese republic, and there is every likelihood that the United States will be first of the great pow ers to take that step. The money in the treasury is again being counted, but ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 April 1913

No Greater Mistake Can Be Made Than inmagining it is economy to buy the cheapest Harness and Saddlery Goods, because the price seems low. The Shoddy Character of Cheap Goods ~um Takes away all apparent saving and always conduces to dissatisfaction. We make a specialpoint on the character of our goods-we positively deal in goods of reliable workmanship and A 1 material. The lowest prices consistant witll a high standard of excellence always obtains at our place. We positively mean to do the best we can by our patrons. Hand-Made Harness A Specialty. Get Our Prices-See Our Stock. B. H. Koke, Manufacturer of Saddles-Harness Spring opens next week. We have been busy preparing for it. See our new lines in ever dept. We have the goods every e and the prices that appeal to the careful buyer. [. {.aclan.'s: .trearietl? sgore WAIT A MINUTE SA y FARMERS, if you are contemplating St1 purchasing good blooded dairy stock, I will have a car-load in Malta May 1 st. Wait for me, and you will be well...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 April 1913

OaR ThE MAN WRO CARES,' EDWARD$S & McLELLAN OCAL .NEWSJ For Sale:-Shelled corn $1.20 per hundred while it lasts. St. & Dak. Elevator. Dr. Devney and Allan Arnot pur chased the Wm.McLellan automobile last week. Miss Angelia O'Connor is spending the two weeks vacation on her claim near Lovejoy. See the fine white bread the lady bakes. She buys Golden Link Flour from Kilduff. Mr. and Mrs. John Ebaugh have moved to their property on tile north side of tile track. LosT:-A bay mare suckling colt branded H K on right shoulder; $5.00 reward ~ for recovery. Leon Jioudreau, Malta, Montana. Mrs. Byron Ilurley and daughter are here from Wagner this week. The little girl is under the care of Dr. Clay. Irving Miller,- who is the right band man for Druggist Murray, is spending the week at home nursing a severe cold. Tuesday's wind and dirt storms was a little fierce but the weatherman re deemed himself by a nich shower to hold the dust down. Lost-A small plow shear between )Malta and Beave...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 April 1913

THE ENTERPRISE. SMALTA. MONTANA; THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1913 NO. 2 I rAVcr U 0 - GROCERIES2 DAINTY and appetizing morsels for the table, put up in sealed packages and guaranteed absolute iy pure. No store in town shgws such a diversfied variety. No store offers them to you at such moderate prices. Imported and Domestic Relishes and Fancy Food Products, which will give the finishing touch and tone to the meal Among the New Arrivals. Home Brand preserves, Fancy Cookies, Olives, other Fancy Bottle Goods. Everything in Fresh Vegetables CLANTON & BRANDON No Duck Shooting According to news reports from Washington tile hunting of clucks and geese is at an end not only here but throughout the United States. Hereafter it will be a crime to kill wild duck anywhere in the United States. Wild ducks are now classed as a migratory birds by the govern ment in a law just enacted and a fine f $100 and ninety days imprisqn ent are provided for a violation of he law. For a long time there has been an...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 April 1913

THIE ENTER-PR 1 SIJ Ill. A. ;JOHNSON. i tjrirjsI trwI. intered Iin tLiep~t lte' hos la t;i, M onI ta11a a SaM econd ac1C Mail Matter. SUTBSCRII )rJjlON .x2'.O( PER A C'.AN AI) AN h4JB8(2N1)r*I 0?T N. :245() '1I4I: Y IA I 'iihlished ] xcv T a irsilay iii the \"ear. EDWARDS & McLELLAN The Institution Is Growing Button's Business College Compelled To Seek Larger Quarters. Has Excell ent 'tanding. Large Corps of Teach rs Ilecessary To Look After Training Of Students. Button's Business College has been tempelled to seek larger quarters on account of the great increase in the number of scholars who desire to se cure the benefits of a first-class busi ness education, and recently the pro prietor and principal, J. A. Button, secured a lease on the upper floors of the Union block and at the present time can boast of one of the finest commercial colleges of the northwest. At the present time the enrollment is in excess of two hundred and appli cations are being received daily. It is estim...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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