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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 December 1908

The Best CHRISTMAS PRESENT For your whole Family and yourself is a good Fur Robe or a Fancy Plush Robe. We can suit you In quality and Price. B. H. KOKE'S Malta, -- Montana THE GREAT NORTHERN HOTELI MAL A, - - - - - MONANA *A X 8 K LOWE R, Proprielto A strictly new and modern, up-to-date, three-story brick Hotel, convenient alike to depot and business portion of the city. Rooms Single and en suite. Rates $2 per day up ALL ROOMS CLEAN, AIRY AND COMFORTALHE FINE SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN FIRST-CLASS BAR IN CONNECTICN The bar in connection carries the finest line of lmporte. and Domestic Liquors and Cigars found in the wer .....n...... nrry~l1U .. .......*y*********meseememwomle* A MONEY SAVING TRIP A visit to the Malta Drug Store To will soon convince you that you can save money by buying your Xmas THE presents here. A fine lot of hand painted china, cut glass, toilet ar MALTA ticles and sets, smoking sets, box D R U G papers, candies, etc. Come early S T O R E while stock is co...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 December 1908

IRRIGATION MEETING OF VITAL SIGNIFICANCE TO EVERY PERSON RESIDING IN NORTHERN MONTANA AND THEY SHOULD ATTEND THE GATHERING IN MALTA NEXT WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30TH PROMINENT SPEAKERS WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE AND EVERY SUBJECT WILL BE THOROUGHLY DISCUSSED AND SUCH ACTION TAKEN AS WILL BE ADVISABLE-..EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL POINTS IN THE VALLEY The meeting of the United Milk River Irrigation association, which will be held in Malta next Wednesday .afternoon, promises to be one of the most interesting gatherings ofsettlers <ever assembled, not only from a point u,f a large attendance, but the subjects that will be discussed are of vital interest to every citizen residing within the confines of this great agricultural empire, which is just beginning to be recognized by the outside industrial world. The Milk River Valley the past 25 years has been known as the greatest grass country in the west. The wonderful ibeeves that were maketed from its bountiful range are still fresh in the memory ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 December 1908

Delinauent Personal Property Tax List DELI IQUENT PIERONAL PROPEITY TAX LZT Or VALLEYr COURT . L TA.. TA ' rO YO TIE T.EA 1908. Taxes Name, Address. Description. and Penalty. Arnold S. ................... ...Medicine Lake ........................ersonal Property .......... 9.14 4strope Wvm. ............. Plentywood. ....... P.......ersonal Property .... 5........ 8.48 Aiken, Clyde .............. .. .Malta ..............................ersonal roperty ......... 16.25 Anderson, Peter ................ ......Dagmar .............................Personal Property ... ......... 13.34 Anderson, George ............... .....Hinsdale ............................ Personal Property........ .... . 15.77 Argent, Bros. ..............Barr..................................ersonal Property.9.31 Bruce Jon n G. ......................Glasgow ..............................Personal Property .9.00 Battles, Warren C. ..................Malta ...................................Personal Property . 5.947 -Ialn. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 December 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R, M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA, * MONT HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. WASHINGTON NOTES. The senate adopted a resolution for an investigation of the inference in the president's message that members of congress fear the probing of secret service officers. It was authoritatively announced in New York that the offer of a cabinet position to Congressman Theodore Burton of Cleveland had been with drawn by Mr. Taft and would not be renewed. President Roosevelt sent a message to congress denouncing Joseph Pulit zer for the Panama canal charges and saying it is the duty of the govern ment to prosecute the publisher of the New York World for criminal libel. The World replied with an editorial of defiance. Charles M. Schwab, former head of the steel trust, argued before the house ways and means committee that the tariff on steel should not be re duced. The senate received a message from the president reasserting the guilt of discharged neg...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 December 1908

FROM THN HOUS[K![PER'S NOTiBOOK Why Not Have a Com. pany Closet? (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowles.) "Yes, I would like to bring a friend home to lunch, but my wife is never ready, says she does not have things in the house for unexpected company and it is so much bother," remarked the business man. "You ought to have a company clos et like my wife has," answered B. M. number two. "I don't know how it is, but Mamne always manages to get something up if I bring people home without warning. I asked how it was one day, and she said she had emer gency shelves." So I asked Mame what a company closet was. "'A company closet?' Oh, it's two or three shelves in my pantry that I devote to keeping goods that I can use in an emergency. You know I started in by doing light housekeep ing and living with a chafing dish. This taught me how to use prepared food. Then I kept house and had canned tomatoes to make soup if any one came unexpectedly, but now I keep quite an assortment of goods ready for in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 December 1908

5I AATO ~w ~ 111/ Aid '"_\ i \ - "R~ ~43 ~Y~ ;_~;EA ~i7~L t~r ·- R~C~Aoy IFOR 7Ne rPAc~7. 5~ 81 ~iCc~' f E deeply pity the superstition of the Japanese. Yet there is something very beautiful in the archaic simplicity of their faith. Lafcadio Hearn found in Shintoism Greek religion transplanted in the midst of this material century. What he read and imagined in an cient literature he really found in this Land of the Ris ing Sun. For all the modern ization of Japan there is one spot where the hand of the dissecting science has done but little damage. Visitors from civilized and enlightened lands can go deep into the real life of the archaic society in Japan, and in the twinkling of an eye they can come back to the luxury of the twentieth century, and this archaic society is a living one ,and not an artificial miniature. Sympa lthy is aroused, as the faith is the only surviving remnant of the time-honored old religion. Political sentiment is touched, as Shintoism peoples woods, mountai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 December 1908

THE ENTERPRISE. / BirroaI 1 H1 ...E. d4 Weekly NVewspaper Whose Interests are Iderntif.ed with those of Northern Montanta and Especlally of the .Milk River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA, DECEMBER 80, 1908. No. 32 THE OLD YEAR, 1908 WAS A PROSPEROUS ONE As the old year is fast fading i xto oblivion it may not be amiss for the Enterprise to revie N its many deeds and we will pass over its misdeeds which, of course, were very few. Our readers are all very well aware of the fact that the new his tory of the Milk River Valley will be dated from the year 1908-the first year of actual construction on the Milk River canal in the valley. Of course, these great works were a ma terial factor in stimulating business, when thruout the entire United States aterrible depression in t'.e business world was felt. But it was not so in the Milk River Valley. From Havre to Glasgow the entire valley was as busy as a bee hive in a Missouri clover field. Every city, every town and every littl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 December 1908

SO WAGS THE WORLD By ANNE WARNER (Copyright, by Bobbs-Merrill Co.) February first. My birthday and I exceedingly merry thereat having in divers friends and much good wine beside two pas ties and more of all than we could eat and drink had we been doubled. Af terwards to the playhouse and a very good play and hence to a supper the which most hot and comforting with a butt of brandy and divers cocktails and they being very full did make great sport and joke me that I had never taken a wife to which I replied neatly saying that for my part in my twenties did feel myself too young and in my thirties did never chance upon one comely and to my taste at which great applause. The applause being over did continue my speech and say that in my forties had had little time to think of aught but my own personal affairs, but that now being come to my fifties was well disposed to share them and they did all drink to that and smash their glasses with right goad cheer prophesying my marriage aid drin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 December 1908

The Iron Pot-Still a Mystery By a Former Secret Service Man Ex-Operative Tells of Cleverest of Counterfeiting Plots stir y 4 1 \ i /Cc~·/ -<j-L .c4A Ivs ~ 7 1 6~ I IYC~~rC4C /- =/ / (I*~ k~ k~/S/rc~o HERE are few mysteries which are never cleared up," commenced Capt. Dickson, as he sat be- i fore the cheerful wood fire of his cozy study one night last winter, "al though some of them slum ber for years among the things forgotten, until the denouement is accident ally developed by some person who, perhaps, never heard of the original matter. Such was the case which I have come to remember as that of 'The Iron Pot.' It was a vessel of this humble charac ter that finally cleared up a great mys tery and brought the guilty to justice. "A St. Louis gang had their plant in a cleverly constructed cave in a suburban district. It was an artificial cave, dug back in the face of a clay and gravel bluff. The entrance was through the shanty of a poor Irish family, a circumstance that diverted s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 December 1908

LOCAL NEWS "Ring Bone Sam" drifted in with the Chinook wind the first of the week and will make Malta an enjoyable visit. lion. Ben. D. Phillips was in town last Friday,on his way to Ielena, where he visited with his family for a few days. C. E. Secrest visited with hisfamily at Iiunsdale, who are visiting thu're with Mrs. Secrest's parents, Mr. and Mrs. McGregor. I)r. ('lay was called to D)odsotn the first of the week to attend to the ill ness of Mrs. lHedue, who has a severe ;attack of grip and c old. G1'. T. tlAersotn, the popular at tache of the lHtclatnation Service of tiee in this city visited wVith his par ents in Ilavre over ('Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brockway of 1)odson, were inl the city (hristmas spending the lday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1I. W. Brock The pupils of the Catholic Sunday S$ehool were treated to a delightful C'hristmas program, Christmas after noon, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kilduff. A young lad by the name of Vaughn, a nephew o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 December 1908

Delinauent Personal Property Tax List PUrINQWWVT PIRbOWA! S 1POPERTT WTA X LS 01 VALIaET COvIIr, . -VAWA Nro TI0 s YENLIA 1908. Taxes Name. Address. Description. aeL IPenalty. Arnold S. .................... . .... Medicine Lake ........................Personal Property ............ $ 9.14 Astrope ........ .. Plentywood ...........................ersonal ±'roperty .. ............ 8.4 Aiken, Clyde .........................Malta .............. ................ersonal Property ........... tI 13.2i Anderson, Peter ......................Dagmar ... ................. ...Personal property ............ 13.34 Anderson, George ....... ..............Hinsdale ..............................Personal Property ............ . 1.77 Argent, Bros .......................... Barr .............................. ersonal Property .............. 9.31 Bruce, John G. . ... .......... Glasgow ................ ......... ...ersonal Property .. . 9.00 Battles, Warren C................ M ... Malta . . ..................

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 December 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA, a , MONT. HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. WASHINGTON NOTES. Twelve months in jail for Samuel Gompers, president; nine months for John Mitchell, one of the vice-presi dents, and six months for Frank Mor rison, secretary, all of the American Federation of Labor, was the sentence imposed by Justice Wright of the su preme court of the District of Colum bia for contempt of court in violating an order previously issued enjoining them from placing on the "Unfair" or "We don't patronize" list the Bucks Stove & Range Company of St. Louis, Mo. The defendants were released on bail pending appeal. President-elect Taft decided to visit Texas at some convenient time after his inauguration, preferably at the end of the special session of congress. The Panama canal will be opened January 1, 1915, according to an of flcial communication received by the California promotion committee from Joseph Buckline Bishop, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 December 1908

Gossip of Washington What Is Goind On at the National Capital. Federal Sleuths Kept on the Jump W ASHINGTON.-That branch of the public service which its detract ors called "the government spy sys tem," or "the Black Cabinet," has been brought into conspicuous prominence by the tiff between congress and the president, growing out of the critircsm in the president's message of the ac tion of congress in circumscribing the activities of the secret service. The system of government es pionage over the private citizen has grown in an unprecedented manner under the administration of President Roosevelt. Whether it conduces to the general public welfare is a matter for publicists to discuss, but as to the fact that the secret service has reached greater extensions than ever before there can be no doubt. This extension has been brought about by the executive branch of the government, and its justification, in large degree, is that a law has no value unless it is enforced, and the only way t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 30 December 1908

UNCOVERING THE SLAYER OF PROFESSOR WHITE By GEORGE BARTON Most Mysterious Murder Mystery in Philadelphia's History. . ' -AI - i n thi state In search o (Copyright, 1905, by W. G. Chapman.) N (Capt. James I. Donaghy, chief of the detective bureau of Phlladelphia, is a fine type of the level-headed investigators of crime of the present day. He has been I in the department for 30 years: he never wore a disguise of any kind in his life; he knows every rule of the game, and has occupied every separate position in I the service from that of sub-policerman up to the responsible post which he now tills with signal success. lie was the conspicuous figure in the famous White murder case although lie modestly dis- 1 claims the credit, saying that the glory belongs to the entire police force of the Quaker City. The story, outside of its own Interest. is important as a fair il lustration of the unromantic and bust- I nesslike methods now generally used in the dttectiou of criminals in the large ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 January 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. l1t rlcia 8odetq ~ e ''~wpaper Whose Interest are Identifled with those of N.orther, Montana and Especially of the Milkl River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, JANUARY 6th, 9loo9. No. 3s. The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. START 1906 WITH A BANK ACCOUNT Resolv3 that you will no lon ger subject your cash to the risk of loss or yourself to temptation of promiscuous spending. The First State Bank will accept your account no matter if it be small. You'll find that main taining one is a great help in many ways and a decided check on too ready spending. H. G. Robinson, P'resident C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. ilALL, Cashier. DIRECTORS. S. McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall o1 = 0- -== =--= oo o SBEGIN THE NEW YEAR RIGHT U Chase and Sanborn's Teas and Coffee Monarch Brand Straw e berries, Corn, Tomatoes CThese are Real Delhcoce H Spring Goods Will soon be arriving S flo Before placing them p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 January 1909

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. RI M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA. - " MONT HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. WAIHINGTON NOTES. Count von Bernstorff, the new Ger man ambassador, was formally pre sented to President Roosevelt. Beekman Winthrop of Massachusetts has accepted the place of first assist ant secretary of state under the Taft administeation. Twenty thousand union workmen in the Wilkesbarre (Pa.) region peti tioned the president in favor of Messrs. Gompers, Mitchell and Morrison. President Roosevelt's younger daugh ter, Ethel, made her debut in society at a brilliant ball in the White House. To familiarize themselves with con ditions under the present form of gov ernment of the Panama canal zone and to consider what changes, if any, are desirable, 12 members of the house committee on foreign and inter state commerce left Charleston for Colon. Carrying out its efforts to reduce the number of fatalities in coal mines, the United States geological survey is abou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 January 1909

* -c- *o SPAST Yi%] Apr. B-People's par- re , ty convention in St. Louis nominat ated Thomas E. Watson of Georgia for president, and Samuel Wil liams of Indiana, for vice-president. --In Illinois local ?A' option elections 828 townships wen t dry, 1,014 saloons being voted out of existence.... David S. Rose elected mayor of Milwaukee, Wis. .4..T. T. Crittenden, Jr., elected mayor of Kansas City, Mo. Jun. 17-President Roosevelt was given a 47-minute demonstration in the Republi can National convention at Chicago. 18-Secretary of War Wm. H. Taft was nominated for the presidency of the United States in the Republican conven tion at Chicago, on the first ballot, re ceiving 702 votes. 19-Congressman Jas. S. Sherman was nominated for vice-president on the first ballot by the Republican conven tion. Jul. 8-Frank H. Hitchcock elected chair man of the Republican national com mittee. 9-William Jennings Bryan was nominat ed for the presidency by the Democratic National convention at Denver, Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 January 1909

An Indiana novelist thfinks that one of the severest tests ever put upon his risibles was endured at a London din ner table. The American had been seated next a rosy-cheeked, gray-eyed English girl, who affected an absorbing and flat. tering interest in the United States, about which she seemed to have im bibed the usual extraordinary ideas of some Britons, especially with re gard to the perils to be encountered in the more sparsely settled regions of the west. She tried her best not to be incredulous when assured that things were not really so bad as she mnagined. "It is reassuring to be told that there are not rattlesnakes in all the gardens," she said with a dazzling smile, "but my cousin wrote me not long since that he had seen over 20 wigwams in one little village. Per haps," she added, as her companion made no immediate response, "per haps the wigwams are not as venom ous as rattlesnakes."-Illustrated Sun day Magazine. The secretary of the London Men 8icity society reports tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 January 1909

Delinauent Personal Property Tax List DPoelIQ Ua1 Ux .P IIIUU O A .Z,. ]PR. ,O'a I ,'s TY TA lZ lI ' O 1 V A LZTCY OO V N ' - i.A A Pa. O ] O U T'A 19 8 8. 'u'axes Name. Address. Lescription. I~,l IP'e.,,ty. Arnold S ................ ......... Medicine Lake .....................ersonal Property ............ $ 9.14 Astrope Wmn .........................Plentywood ...........................reo ......ruperty .....i* 1. ·S Aiken, Clyde ........................Malta .................................resoal PrJpetY ..L.Y 1. :1o Anderson, Peter .......................DLagmar . .... ....... ..... iWa eolrrutLY .. ..** * I 10..i Anderson, George ............ ........ Hinsdale .............. ................Persoual Proe t.y ........ .i Argent, Bros ...... .. ........... Barr ...............................Personal Property .... . 9..1 Bruce, John G........................Glasgow ............................ersonal Prperty ................. .00 Battles, Warren C. ....................MaltPer......

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 January 1909

__,-~A ---·- _· ·.. HiREt is not a city of great size in the country that has not a dlozen or more lepers walking about with utmost freedom. There is not a state in the union that has not its lepers. There is no way to detect them and they will not give them selves up. And who can blame them? A murderes is not more hounded than a leper. A burglar is treated with far more consideration than a man who has leprosy. These 5,000 or more innocent men are keeping the awful secret of their disease within their own hearts because nowhere in the land is there a decent asylum where they can go and receive a white man's care. New York has a leper ward on Blackwell's island. An American would find it worse thatp a medieval dungeon. Louisiana has her lazarette and an average man should be arldoned for shooting himself rather than go there. Every othe art of the country will drive the leper from spot to spot like a dog. Yet leprosy is not a grewsome disease. The tales that are told in fiction and ...

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