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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 9 December 1908

THE ENTERPRISE. -4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Inaterests are Identifled with those of Northtin Montana and Especially of the Milk liver Valley VOL 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA, DECEMBER 9, 1908. No. 29 IRRIGATION DISCUSSED The annual meeting of the United Milk River Irrigation association was held in this city Tuesday afternoon. While the attendance was not as large as was anticipated it was never theless one of the most enthusiastic gatherings the association has had in some time. Considerable discussion was held upon various phases of the project as they appear to the settler, and the concensus of opinion was that an effort must at once be made to get an internatipnal agreement regarding the waters of the Milk Christmas Satisfaction s 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- U mas---to remind one of their Christmas presents They r...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 9 December 1908

SEEMED WORSE EVERY DAY. A Dangerous Case of Kidney Corn. plaint and How It Was Checked. Mrs. Lucy Quebeck, Mechanic St., Hope Valley, R. I., says: "Eight years ago I contracted se. vere kidney trouble and my back began to ache continually. Every day it seemed *- worse. The least pressure on my back tortured me, and I could not stoop with out a bad twinge. The kidney secretions passed irregu* larly with pain, and I bloated badly. My head swam and spots flitted before my eyes. One doctor said I was in curable. However, I found prompt re lief when I started using Doan's Kid. ney Pills, and the troubles I have re lated gradually disappeared." Sold by all dealers. 50c a box. Folk ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. ACCURATE INFORMATION. 1 - Fortune Teller-This line here shows that you will die in a year. Client-Good heavens! In a year? "H'm-yes-but in which year I can't quite tell you." Diversion in the Country. "I visited E. R. Thomas and found him doing well after his motor acci dent," sai...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 9 December 1908

Light Freights W. W. JACOBS Twin Spirits (Coptright, Dodd, Meed compeny.) The "Terrace," consisting of eight gaunt houses, faced the sea, while the back rooms commanded a view of the ancient little town some half-mile dis tant. The beach, a waste of shingle, was desolate and bare except for a ruined bathing machine and a few pieces of linen firying in the winter sunshine. In the offing tiny steamers left a trail of smoke, while sailing craft, their canvas glistening in the sun, slowly melted from the sight. From the front windows of the third story of No. 1 Mrs. Cox, gazing out to sea, sighed softly. The season had been a bad one, and Mr. Cox had been even more troublesome than usual ow ing to tightness in the money market and the avowed preference of local publicans for cash transactions to as 'sets in chalk and slate. He had in his earlier days attempted to do a little work. Mrs. Cox's meditations were dis turbed by a knock at the front door. "Glad to see you, my dear," said the v...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 9 December 1908

INSTITUTE BIG SUCCESS A Farmers' Institute was held in this city last Thursday evening under the auspices of the local citizens. The afternoon meeting which was sched uled to begin at 2:8(1 was postponed until evening on account of the small attendance. Hiiowever, in the evening the citizens of Malta and vicinity did themselves proud by turning out in large numbers and the spacious hall was well filled. I terest and enthu siasin abtunded freely throunhiout the evening while tie lecturers glowingly outlined thlie f iutie prrspects and probabilities of the Milk Rtiver farni ci. The first number on the program was a piato solo by Mrs. Iloner Sntith. which greatly delighted the audience. The first speaker was Prof. Alfred Atkinson, whose subject was Dry Land Farming. and was perhaps the most interesting subject discussed from the farmers point of view. Hle stated that there is about 15,OiiO,0i0 acres of lanud in this state that is classed as dry land and that it was the intention of the...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 9 December 1908

THE ENTERPRISE 1138 MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. he., Preprieters. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, as Second Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County Congress met last Monday for the final session of the Sixtieth congress, remaining in session until March fourth, when it expires by constitu tional limitations. Much talk has been going the rounds of the press about the tariff revision, but as a matter of fact, it is probable that lit tle else than the passage of the var ious appropriation bills will be at tempted. It is generally agreed be tween the members of both parties that the three months is entirely too short to consider and act upon a mat ter of so great importance to the welfare of our commonwealth. It is reported through the press that a strong effort, will be made again at this session of congress to * get a bill passed for the enlargement of homesteads in arid regions. In the last session the bill encountered several obstacles, which it is said have be...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 9 December 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA. " a MONT HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. PERSONAL. Representative Theodore Burton of Cleveland, 0., has been offered by President-elect Taft the portfolio of secretary of the treasury. Robert F. Maddox was elected may or of Atlanta, Ga., by a majority of 3,000 votes over James G. Woodward, regular Democratic nominee and twice mayor of the city. President Roosevelt apponted Daniel J. Keefe of Detroit, Mich., commission er-general of immigration to succeed the late Frank P. Sargent. Herbert L. Satterlee of New York, eon-in-law of J. Pierpont Morgan, was offered the position of assistant secre tary of the navy. Ned W. Barton, former assistant examiner in the patent office, pleaded guilty to four indictments against him charging fraud in electric light. pat ents and was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary. Samuel B. Donnelly of New York, the newly-appointed public printer, took the oath of offi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 9 December 1908

PRESIDENT TO CONGRESS Message Read to Both Houses of National Assembly LEGISLATION CALLED FOR Financial Standing of the Nation De clared Excellent-Control of Cor porations, the President Thinks, Should Be Left to the National Government-Labor Leaders Come in for Criticism-Respect for Law Vital to the Well-Being of Country. Washington.-The message of Presi dent Roosevelt was' read in both houses of congress Tuesday. In sub stance the document was as follows: To the Senate and House of Represen tatives: The financial standing of the nation at the present time is excellent, and the financial management of the na tion's interests by the government dur ing the last seven years has shown the most satisfactory results. But our cur rency system is imperfect, and it is ear nestly to be hoped that the currency commission will be able to propose a thoroughly good system which will do away with the existing defects. During the period from July 1, 1901, to September 30, 1908, there was an increa...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 9 December 1908

*AflONimiOJIN rM IaW STMAS TGI L TTLL NOTIIT/2 LOOXL7) OUTI3ZYILDLPRD. R'upyri h1t by W. (;. Chapman.) HE little mother, as T her husband called m her, sat in the porch where the vine leaves fluttered down. while her hus baud gathered the over-ripe grapes from the trellis. She was old now, but still fair with beauty of the spirit blossomed out on the pale face whose smile was sweet as ever. Her husband, tall and thin and brown, glanced at her now and then as if he still saw the loveliness she wore when he brought her home, his wife. And as she looked uii at him he was still the stalwart youth, the touch of whose strong hand once made her heart beat so madly. Their children were all gone: some to the further life, some returning for a holiday. To think." she said, "that the day you fetched me here I could sit in the door and see the river loopin' along all blue an' silver, and the low hills beyond, with their black pine 0oods an' the sunshine falling through, and all the wide mash an...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 16 December 1908

THE ENTERPRISE. " -4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA, DECEMBER 16, 1908. No. 30 BIG MEETING WILL BE HELD HELD IN THIS CITY DECEM BER 30TH, TO CONSIDER MANY MATTERS OF IMPORTANCE Judging from reports, considerable enthusiasm is being manifested throughout the valley over the special To Light The Entire World With One Diamond is of course an impossibility but it is possible for us to have the finest and the best line of Jewelry, Cut Glass, Fancy China.:Silverware, Etc., forChristmas presents everexhibited in Malta. Don't Overlook our 400 Day Clocks only $18.00. They Retail| In Chicago for $20.00 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 thought of buying cannot resist saying a good word for us and our wares. So drop in. E. E CROFUT, MOTANA Santa Claus h...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 16 December 1908

f>ý ". ' i */. `ý1º, 'ti `j WF rI6'OD;"ºý/14I A,1O N 144 ý .. ý ý5_,,c r4 .x^ý Y ý o~ ý ýý\1/ýý " ý ýýI1 _ _ ý i-BR Ch~/c37XA~*J~j. 1 r F AN American, who had not seen much of the world, should awake on Christmas morn while a German, French, English, Ital ian, Swiss or Danish Christmas celebration was in progress in his vicinity, he would imag ine himself within the exclusive confines of a home for the mentally incompetent. The American Christ mas is a matter-of-fact festive occasion. People begin buy ing presents a week before; they pre sent them Christmas morning and the next day return to work, the entire affair forgotten until the following brings the season around again. Not so in the countries across the water. They observe every tradition in the mother lands; they plan for weeks and the festivities which mark the birth of Jesus Christ are carried on for a week or more. The Christ mas tree in Germany is allowed to remain decorated far into the next year, extending over a pe...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 16 December 1908

Light Fr eights W. W. JACOBS Sam's Boy (Copyright Dodd, Mead Compay4.) It was getting late in the afternoon as Master Jones, in a somewhat famished condition, strolled up Ald gate, with a keen eye on the gutter, in search of anything that would serve him for his tea. Too late, he wished that he had saved some of the stale bread and damaged fruit which had constituted his dinner. Aldgate proving barren, he turned up into the quieter Minories, skilfully dodging the mechanical cuff of the constable at the corner as he passed. He saw a stranger adopt a mongrel. "'E's all right," said the orphan, wistfully; "no coppers to chivvy 'im about, and as much grub as he wants. Wish I'd been a dog." A thought struck him just as a stout, kindly-looking seaman passed with a couple of shipmates. It was a good-natured face, and the figure was that of a man who lived well. A mo ment's hesitation, and Master Jones, with a courage born of despair, ran after him and tugged him by the sleeve. "Halloa!" sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 16 December 1908

LOCAL NEWS Pure Sweet Cider at Smith's. We are glad to report Chas. Wolfe as gaining slowly this week. At Smith's Confectionery, ten lbs. of Candy for i1.QO. The city of Glasgow has recently installed an electric light plant. Mrs. Dudley Jones of l)odsoi, vis ited "Mrs. J1. F. KildulT Monday and Tuiesda y. services w-ere t1.11 in th- Catholic chirch last itlndaV, conducted by la ii "S (l(i t in} i l in c am iXimas trIlieý hiM leave orders at once at The J1 lt;a M)ue ore. ('hristma in T'ree('udh1-s at 1utith;'4. R. .1. Hvl-tlowro is at hmne froml Aort' il. an l \ ill rellain hure with his [aumily nutiti .1atnuary It. 1). MK;iy and fainily aine up from lasgiow last Friday aid are now at home on their raneli northeast of SOW11. MIr. aid A1rs. John Ehaugh returned from Chinook Saturday. Mr. Ebaugh started out on the road again Monday. A. W. Schilling, our popular sta tion agent, who has been suffering with a fracture of the ribs, is now somewhat better. Beautiful Chinaware at Suuithl's....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 16 December 1908

THE ENTERPRISE lEE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Ine., Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, as Second Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS At 10 o'clock a. m. Board of County Commis aloners of Valley County, Montana, met pursuant to law, I. L. Cornwell, A. Davidson and the Clerk present. Minutes of last regular meeting and all special meetings since that time were read and approved. Treasurer's report of receipts and disburse ments for quarter ending Aug. 31st, 1908, was examined and approved. Sheriff's report of Jail Boarders for quarter ending November 30th, 1908, was examined and approved. Sheriff's report of fees for quarter ending November 30th, 1908, examined and approved. Following bills were taken up and acted on as noted: L F Burrington Conat. Fees $9.50 All'd R H Freidl Supplies for Prisoners 4 00 Ole Benson Insanity Examination 1000 Shanley & Rhodes Adv. and Stationery 73 75 LP Evans Justice Fees 24 00 L P Evans...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 16 December 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA. " , MONT 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 Infor mation. WASHINGTON NOTES. President Roosevelt declared that i1 the authors of the Panama canal graft charges could be reached for criminal libel he would try to reach them. William Nelson Cromwell branded the stories as absolute falsehoods. Members of congress who resent President Roosevelt's language in the part of his message concerning the secret service planned to rebuke him. Senor Arosemana, minister from Panama, presented his credentials to President Roosevelt. That the outbreak of the foot and mouth disease now prevalent in sev eral states was due to the importation into this country of either biological products or such material as straw or merchandise, or in the clothes or ef fects of immigrants, is the opinion of Secretary Wil...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 16 December 1908

The Shirt of Mail By Don Mark Lemon -(Copyright, 1906. by Daily Story Pub. Co.) Twice in the month of September I Howard Thornton was approached to betray the interests of the Golden Gulch Mining Company. First, one Solomon Peters ap proached the young superintendent with an offer of certain valuable col laterals if the latter would misrepre sent to his employers the value of the Golden Gulch holdings. Later, one Dick Cummings had doubled the col laterals. Thornton's answer was as clean cut and polished as a dynamite cap, and the two scoundrels hastily withdrew. Then one night a fourth party was added to the dramatis personae. This fourth party was a Chinaman. He bore the name of Chew Lung, and stood nearly seven feet in his huge mining boots. No man knew from where Chew Lung had come, but there were sev eral who believed they knew precise ly where he was going. Only Thornton had dared openly to express this be lief. He had caught the giant heath en one night on forbidden ground, an...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 16 December 1908

Ow UROPFAN HIDR1N " LPjEI RAljBi HPIST¶BIR ITH 1v BYDBLZIA ALJStRIAY.v HRISTMAS is near. Its approach is heralded by the thou sand and one symbols that from babyhood we have learned to love and associate with the festival of the nativity of Christ. This festival is joyously celebrated in every country on the globe where the enlightening rays of Christianity and civilization have penetrated. Children tell us that Christmas is in the air-that it does not require a glance at the almanac hanging upon the wall to apprise them of the near approach of a sea son which to them is synonymous with feasting, merry making, the exchanging of little gifts with loved ones, and last but not least, the annual visit of fat and jolly old Kris Kringle and his reindeer C C 44 sled. And the children are right. For, after all, is it not a festival that we grown-ups participate in with the en thusiasm of the little folks? Long since the shops have been stocked to their capa city with toys and the myriad of ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 December 1908

THE ENTERPRISE. 4 Weelkly .N'ewspcper Whose Interests are Identified twith those of N'orthern JMontana and EspeciallU of the Millk River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA, DECEMBER 23, 1908. No. 31 COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS Ata o'clock p. m. Dec. 8th 1938, Board resumed all member and the Clerk present. Board proceeded to examine and act on the fol lowing bills as noted: Report of W. E Rhodes. Justice of the Peace, Glasgow Township for quarter ending November 20th, 1908, examined and approved, W E Rhodes Justioe Fees 5$6 00 Alld GW Wrapp J C Juror 1 50 " Robert Majors 1". 1 50 " Ar gust Anderson " " 50 " W Griffith " " " 150 " MDHoyt "" " 150 " One Daniels "" " 1 50 ' R H Copeland " " " 1 50 " John Riley "" " 1 50 " Malcolm Hunter " " " 150 " One Daniels "" " 1 60 " Angus Henderson ""1 50 To Light The Entire World With One Diamond ' of cor"'s blpossibity f but it is possible for us to have the finest and the best line of Jewelry, Cut Glass, Fancy China, :Silverware, Etc., ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 December 1908

A Lovemaking Lesson -tt By ADELAIDE HURST . (Copyright, by Ford Pub. Co.) "It's awfully good of you to see me, .Miss Murray." "Not a bit of it. To tell you the truth, it's not my goodness at all, but Jane's." "I-I came to have a chat with you, you know, and I-I'm glad to find you alone," said Dick. "Ye-es?" "It's about my new story," explained Warburton diffidently. "Yes," continued the author with in creasing confidence, "it'll be the best story I've every written-if you'll help me." "I don't understand." "Will you collaborate with me, Miss Murray ?" "I?" Ethel opened her blue eyes in well-feigned amazement. "Really, Mr. Warburton." "Miss Murray, you, with the experi ence you have had, could do so much for me. You see, it is like this," ex plained Warburton eagerly, "a man has got to ask a girl to be his wife, and-" "I don't see the necessity," inter rupted his companion. "I am speaking of the characters in my new book," returned the author, with some dignity, "but, of course, if y...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 December 1908

IS0A ~Iº50N" /1 /W MCA t'O uLUnHAED -o -<T .v- d 2YA BRYAN -' I 'UF IIr 2NP -OE -ieAI NO DRINKS,'WIL No LAT IEGTORE 1LUMINATED W. SO cres :ý h"<: No POKER -'LC,4 "WINOr Nnýýý~``"W L ='.. . ~~~p l~ THL~ALEGT URE rc 7- LW .V4'c/4k/4G ý\V IlESVýV-%V \cN THIN a few days our ears will W be . filled with the deafen ing crash of people breaking their New Year's resolutions. Three million sets of iron-clad non-combustible American "nev er-agains" crushed to earth will remain there until dug up again the night of December 31, 1909. What has the New Year in store for you, joy or sorrow? Few to-day realize what or where they will be before the end of 1909, and attempts to prognos ticate probably would be vain. As far as destiny is concerned the world literally lives "from hand to mouth." We can only guess at what the next year will bring. For William Jennings Bryan 1909 means more lectures at so much per night. For William How ard Taft, 1909 is a year of glad rejoicing, for on March 4 he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 December 1908

Commissioners' Proceedings (Continued from Page 1) " Material for roads 80 .0' At 12 o'clock noon on motion Board adjourned until 2 o'clock p. m. W. B. Shoemaker, Clerk. R L. Cornwell, Chaiaman. At 2 o'clock p. m. Board resumed, all members and the Clerk present, Bids for care of county poor, including nursing clothing and burial, for the ensuing year as fol i ows: No. 1-Bid of Mrs. C. iH. Frey, adults per week $7.1A, invalid adults per week $10 5ie. children per week $5.25. burials each $25 (1). this bid includes -ost of nursing and clothing. No. 2-F. D. Hoblts. for adults. both well and sick $1.0o per day. children both well and sick %5.0o 0per n eek, burials $3:I.0( per capita: this bid includer nursinr alnd necessary clothing. After examining auove bids,. the bid of F. D) Hobbs was accepted, and instructions i\ven to have County Attorney draw up contract, and to have F. D. Hobbs furnish bonds. Bids for medical attendance, medicine, etc.. for C.ounty poor and inmates of County Ja...

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