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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 January 1909

Furnivall's Chippendale Mystery 'By George F. r8uler and Herbert Ikley Chairs Figure in a Complex Detective Problem Which Is Brought to a Head by the Famous Physician. HE Northbrook Downs chief of po lice and the detec. tive Jumped from the trolley car and hastened up the wide and beautiful driveway which led to the 3. B. Towne mansion. At the oor they were met by Mr. Towne rimself and ushered into a room at the rear on the ground floor. "Be pleased to sit down, gentle mnen," he said, "and in a few words I will lay the case before you,"' He was a large, stoop-shouldered man of 60, cleanashaven, with grim, light eyes, a 'labby, nervous upper lip, a voice rich with good living, and a peremptory ananner which, however, he could change at will into an appearance as Winning as he pleased. He was very amiable and courteous now, and the officers, on this their first personal Sneeting with the city magnate, were ready to declare that his reputation belied him, and that, instead of being the...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 January 1909

STATE FUNDS State General Fund Dr. Cr. To..ah on hand Dec. 1st 1907........................$ 15.212 97 1 Taxes collected............................... .... 17.118 84 "Licenses issued.................................................. 7,892 67 T State Treasurer's Receipts............................ 2,78 5 7. Cash on hand Dec. 1st 1908 ............................. 16,483 76 Totals.............................$ 40,219 48 6 40,219 48 State Bounty Fund Dr. Cr. oeash on hand Dec. 1st. 1907 .............. .....$ 69 80 " 'Taxes collected ................................................... 876 9 '" Licenses issued ...... ...................... 876 93 By State Treasurer's Receipts ........... ..................... 879 13 " Cash on hand Dec. 1st. 1908................................. 72 42 Totals............... ............ 951 55 951 55 Stock Inspection and Detective Fund Dr. Cr. To cash on hand Dec. 1st, 1907................. .... .06 " Taxes collected............................... 1 60 B...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 January 1909

.4 Weekly .Newspaper Whose Interests are Identifted with those of Northern ,Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VoL 1i MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, JANUARY 18th, 1909. No. 34. The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. START 1909 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, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. 31ALL, Cashier. DIRECTORS. S. MclCennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall BEGIN THE NEW YEAR RIGHT D U Chase and Sanborn's Teas and Coffee S Monarch Brand Straw e berries, Corn, Tomatoes These are Real Delicocie, Q , 1 Will soon be arriving O po Before placing them Springn ne the odds and ends left from stock taking and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 January 1909

THE WHITE KNIGHT By GORDON JAMES (Copyright, by Bobba-Merrill Co.) There's a strange fascination about meditation. I can sit for hours and hours looking into nothing, just think ing. thinking, and thinking. Think ing about the "might have beens" of the past and picturing the "come what mays" of the future. That's why I'm called funny, I suppose. I don't mean to say that I'm a wit-oh, no! Per haps I should have explained what I was better had I termed myself pe culiar, for that's what my relations call me-anyway, the disagreeable ones. I suppose I am peculiar, for I have no regard for conventionalities. I am not pessimistic, really, for I love life. It is so amusing, so entertaining, it is one big speclation. One never knows what is going to happen next. Sor row chases joy, and joy chases sor row; now one, now the other wins the race. And when one comes to think of it, what is life composed of? Why, it is all made up of "little bits of noth ings." Just incidents, tiny incidents, trea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 January 1909

NO . 4 l· I _ o5IJ OR the thirteenth time in his 130-year career Un cle Sam is getting ready to count noses. Census taking will occupy all his energies in 1910, but even to-day he is getting ready for that Herculean task. It is the biggest thing the United States does once in every ten years, but to-day the sys tem for its accomplishment has no peers anywhere in the world. The reason is because America now has a permanent census bureau, one which is always making prepara tions for the next decade's count. The country's solons will go down into the public treasury this winter for $14,000,000 for the 1910 census, and of that sum, $1,500,000 is for maintainence of a permanent bu reau. Speaking in smaller figures, it costs the United States government 17 cents for counting each and every man, woman, boy and girl once in ten years. It costs just as much to count John D. Rockefeller as it does the lone immigrant from Norway who arrives at New York with $23 as a nucleus for his prospective...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 January 1909

STATE FUNDS Comparative Statement State General F n NetDebt Dee. tt.107 .................................... 1.99 E Fund Increase in Net Debt. 10,217 4 Dr, Cr. Net Debt Dec. 1st 1908 ..................................... 1 ToCash on hand Dec. 1st 1907 .............................$ 15,212 97 l'jIal..I..,Ool ., .. $ 102,21876 10,2 " Taxis collected 17 11............................................. 17,113 84 . . . " Licenses issued ................................................ 7892 b7 teTreasu a 2 "... ........ Of the County Clerk and Recorder of Valley County, Montana, for the Assessment Compa iative Statement Totals .......................... ..$ 40,219 48 $ 40,219 48 Aseessed Valuation 1908................ . . (6,770,767 (0 _______________________________Fi______0th Asesed.alatin..0.......................61.260 Fiscal Year Ending November 30th, 1908 .........atio...a ,.., Increase in Aseessedi Valuation ..............613.5110 State Bounty Fund oal .................................

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 January 1909

JOHN A. EBAUGH FUR, HIDES, PELTS, WOOL R AND TALLOW t FURS A Specialty r We pay a Higher market price for Furs than any t other buyer in Northern Montana. Hold your r Furs for me. All shipments receive prompt atten- t tion. t In my absence everything left in my warehouse, will be receipted for by Geo. W. Hewitt. JOHN A. EBAUGH, Malta, Montana. eeriWi Airke'f REASON e/'oorI That's easy. Because it's the one dependcable wagon that we positively assure you will carry your load safely over all Iinds and con ditions of roads. Whether they're stony, rutty or smooth; whether in the valley or on the mountain; in dry weather or a "forty days rain" the Winona Mountain Wagon will never fail you under any conditions. Reason No. 1 is that no matter if you put ten tons on the Bolsters you cannot snap the Axle (like many wagon axles) because our patent outer bearings absolutely prevent it. You cfn see the difference for yourself in the cut above. The arrow-point in cut touches the piece of iron th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 January 1909

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA. * * MONT HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. EARTHQUAKE NOTES. Good progress was made with relief work in southern Italy and Sicily, many soldiers and sailors being util ized, and hundreds of refugees being taken to Naples and other cities. The report of the destruction of the Li pari islands was unfounded. Two more earthquake shocks were felt at Messina. The king and queen were tireless in the work of aiding the suf fering. American contributions were steadily and rapidly growing. Taor mina, where there were many Ameri cans, was uninjured. A violent earthshock, lasting three seconds, and during which the Strom boli volcano began eruption, occurred on Stromboli island. The houses on the island were badly damaged and the populace fled to the streets in panic, but no one was hurt. Relief measures for the quake sufferers progressed well, Ambassador Griscom taking a prominent part. The Atlantic battleship f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 January 1909

oc..1?y -8 r ý t 3 sP OX ; . ]ii,~~sl~p~t~ HIS PA EMULATES DAR WIN. I do not know whether Pa is an ex pert in hypnotism or what it is, but he certainly delivers the goods when he goes after a wild animal in the Jun gles of Africa, and he shows bravery at times that astonishes everybody, but he admits that he is a coward at heart, and would run if anybody pulled a gun on him, and I guess he would, but you turn him loose in a wild ani enal congress and he will be speaker and make the whole bunch get on their knees. I was scared when Pa wanted to have a cage with iron bars hauled into the jungle where the gorillas live, and insisted that he be left there alone for two days, with rations to last a week, as he said he expected to have some gorilla boarders to feed, but Mr. Hagenbach let Pa have his way and the cage was hauled about eight miles into the black wilderness, with great trees and vines and snakes and gor. Illas all around him, but Pa insisted on having a phonograph full of jig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 January 1909

THE P. AND O. STRIKE A TRUE STORY By a Former Secret Ser+ice Operative Government Probe Into Affairs in Western State Where Mail Threat ened to Be Delayed Because of Walkout Brings a Friend Strange Condition of Affairs Related by Man Directly Im plicated in Them. 0 T IS human nature for very man to think that his troubles are greater than those of any other son, but no one really ever knows the sorrows gnaw ing at another person's '.*ý heart, even though the other be one's dearest friend. This fact was im ".... pressed upon me in a man ner that I shall never for get while I was working on a simple proposition that grew out of a railway strike." Capt. Dickson, a former official of the United States secret service, now retired, was in a musing frame of mind, when I called on him the other evening and he gave expression to the foregoing words. Something that hap pened during the day, had brought to his mind one of the vivid experiences of his days of active service, and I had no troubl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 January 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .d Weekly Newspaper W'hose Interests are Identiiled with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, JANUARY 20th, 1909. No. 35. The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. THE TRANSMISSION OF MONEY in any form except a check or draft is risky and expensiver Currency or coin once lost or stolen is seldom re covered. A lost or stolen check can be stopped without any loss at all. " A check on The First State Bank canbe mailed for two cents. To transmit the cash it represents would cost many times that. Why not save as well as be safe? H. G. Robinson, President, C F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. aALL, Cashier. DIRECTORS. S. McKennan GeoW.W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall BEGIN THE NEW YEAR RIGHT U Chase and Sanborn's Teas and Coffee f S Monarch Brand Straw e berries, Corn, Tomatoes These are Real Deicocries SBefore placing them flS Gv in line the odds and ends left f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 January 1909

The Versatile Rogue By George Barton Frank Macy, Born in Freeport, Ill., Is Doubtful Hero of One of Superintendent Froest's Investigations. S". How the Bulging Genius of This Lad Became Too / Large for His Home Town "How He Spread It Out and His Ultimate Down ` fall- This Is a • True Story. * - **-*... . fil ý/ 71W TRE' .Dý.DýS2 G.ýN .T A17..T" ~z~ocId mA 4 H cD92A' HIS is a fragment from the biography of a versatile rogue -a man whose ad venturous career leaps at a bound from Chicago to Cape Town, and whose criminal his tory i~ a part of the police archives of New York, Chicago, London, Paris, Vienna and Berlin. Beginning as a prototype of the Artful Dodger, he has gone from pocket-picking to bunco steering, and then run the entire gamut of crime, stopping only-providentially, perhaps -at murder. Frank Macy, the doubtful hero of this queer story, was born at Freeport, Ill. There are many old residents in that place who still recall him as a precocious baby, a smart boy, and a cleve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 January 1909

dl --a-------------- ASSISTS AT A BUFFALO HUNT When Pa told us that he had lo cated a place where we could get all the wild African buffalo that we wanted, I thought of the pictures I had seen of the killing of buffalos in Amer ica, where all the buffalo hunter had to do was to ride a horse after a herd of the animals, that couldn't run faster than a yoke of oxen, pick out a big bull and ride long side of him and fire bullets into his vital parts at about ten feet range, until his liver was filled full of holes, and he had the nose bleed, and when he fell down from loss of blood, dismount and skin him for a lap robe. The American buf falo would always run away and the hunter could kill him if he had cart ridges enough, and never be in any more danger than a farmer milking a cow. I thought we would have about the same kind of experience with African buffalo, only we intended to lasso them, and bring them to camp alive for the show business, but instead of the African buffalo running ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 January 1909

THE ENTERPRIS E, THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, asSecond Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County You can get ~inow G;lasses with case at the Jewelry store for 2:5 cents. Since tha severe cold let go its grip upon this vicinity many farmers have been in huying suppllies and articles for the reuinaiderof thle winter. The anue of tle('hicago, M ilwau kee & St. Paul ro:ld hasbheen changed to that of tilte Chicago. Milwaukee & Puget Sound. with tSt. Paul dropped. For Sale:--lielgian Stallion 7 year cli: weight 1:0,o. (;entle andeasy to handl(lle: a slue t1foal'r. ('ai he seen at D)avidson' rauilh. IHurley & ('am.iplhl. \V. Q. Price will leave for Great Falls this evening witti his little daughter, luth, whom lie will place in the hospital there unntil she recovers. Edgar Lee of D)odson, was in our city Monday and acted as one of the judges at the special election of the Lower Milk Iliver Water Users Asso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 January 1909

NOTIC FOR PUSUCATIO Department of the Interior, United States Land Offce at Giasgow, Mont., December 1st., 1808. Notice is hereby given that JOSEHH E. REYNOLDS of Leedy, Montana, who, on Decem ber 27th, 1904, for Desert Land En try, No. 1788, for the unsurveyed pub lic land in Valley County, Montana, described as commencing at a point about 80 rods east of where Box Elder Creek empties into Telegraph Creek; running thence south 80 rods, thence west 160 rods, thence north 160 rods. thence east 160 rods, thence south 80 rods to place of beginning. supposed to be in Twp. 24 N. R. 81 E. contain ing 160 acres, has filed notice of in tention to make Final Desert Land Proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Robert M. Reichel, United States Commissioner, in his office, at Malta, Montana., on the 16th day of January, 1909. Claimant iames as witnesses: Norval Wallace, Morris Richard son, Gus. E. Tank, Lee Flegal, all of Leedy, Montana. Truman M. Patten, Register. NOTICE F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 January 1909

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA. -" MONT. HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. WASHINGTON NOTES. An appropriation of $161,018,000 for pensions was agreed on by the com mittee on appropriations in the draft ing of the annual pension appropria tion bill. Senator Bacon introduced a resolu tion declaring that "any and every public document is subject to the call or inspection of the senate." The bill to prohibit the sale of all intoxicating liquor in Tennessee, passed the lower house of the general assembly after having passed the sen ate. Theodore Burton of Cleveland was elected by the Ohio legislature to suc ceed J. B. Foraker as United States senator. B. F. Shively will succeed Hemen way in the United States senate, be ing chosen by the Democratic mem bers of the Indiana legislature after a long struggle. Congressman Theodore E. Burton was elected United States senator by the Ohio legislature. A bill to extend the franking priv ilege to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 January 1909

WHEN HIS MEMORY FAILED By H. TIPTON STECK (Copyright. by Daly ItorY Pub. Co.) "Did you get me those new socks to day, Mabel?" grunted Jones, as he scraped the last bit of lather from his emarting countenance, hastily applied a cooling lotion, and removed his slip pers. "Oh, pshawl I forgot them, dear. Really, I had so many things to get, and so little time that I-" "Forgot them! That's it! Always when I am concerned, you forget. I'll feel very comfortable at the show to night, won't I?" and Jones scowled at the darned socks on either foot. . "I'm very sorry, dear," replied his wife from the next room. "Lot of good that does. It's a funny thing you can always remember a new hat, new gloves, new shoes-some thing for yourself-and then when I want some socks, I can either get them myself or go without. You want to go to the show to-night so bad what if I had forgotten to procure tickets, eh? What if I forgot any of the hundred things you are eternally clamoring for? I would get a nice j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 January 1909

SAVING THE CZAR'S LIFE By GEORGE BARTOV Gen. Trepoff's Great "March 13" Coup-Its Accomplishment Face to Face with Death the Most Fa mous of Russian Detec tives Frustrates Plot to Take Nicholas' Life Blood-Monarch Sees Only Quietude of Crowd as Evidence of Vicious Plans Being Nipped - How Chief Did It. A A . (Gen. Trepoff, one time chief of the St. Petersburg police, ranks with the most famous detectives in the Russian empire. He was in control of the secret service department of the police of St. Peters burg dluring the lawless period extending from 1875 to 1S80. He seems to have been successful in this difficult position be cause he won the warm commendation of the czar, and at the same time, the hearty detestation of the people. His immediate predecessor was assassinated and his own life was in danger on more than one occasion. Vera Zassolie, a young nihilist, shot at him while he was seated In his oflice in the early part of 1850. Trepoff was seriously injured but re covered and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 January 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identifed with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VoL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, JANUARY 27th, 1909. No. 36. The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. THE LADDER TO WEALTH consists largely in avoiding the temptations to spend unnecessarily. An account at The First S ate Bank will do this for you surprisingly. Money in the bank burns no hole like cash in the pocket. And the very act of drawing a check makes you think twice before you spend once. Think it over. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. LIALL, 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 BEGIN THE NEW YEAR RIGHT U Chase and Sanborn's Teas and Coffee Monarch Brand Straw e berries, Corn, Tomatoes These are Real Dehcocies) o* Will soon be arriving C Spnng Goods Before placing them II in line the odds and fl ends left from stock taking and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 January 1909

T, / HE DESCRIBES AN We thought when we came to Africa we would be near to nature, where the natives were simple and honest, but Pa has found that the al most naked negroes can give the white men cards and spades and little casino and then beat them at the game. Pa has been blackmailed and scared out of his boots and a lot of money, by an injured husband, as natural as he could have been flim-flammed in New York. We noticed that Pa was quite inter ested in a likely negro woman, one of 20 wives of a heathen, to the extent of having her wash his shirts, and he would linger at the tent of the hus band and teach the woman some words of English, such as, "you bet your life," and "not on your life," and a few cuss words which she seemed to enjoy repeating. She was a real nice looking nigger, and smiled on Pa to beat the band, but that was all. Of course she en joyed having Pa call on her, and evi, dently showed her interest in him, but that seemed only natural as Pa is a rice, clean white...

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