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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 January 1909

V, Lxsr,.e 14 OME, ITALY.-For 20 F R years I have been an American correspondent in this city, but until the disaster which befell Cala bria and Sicily, when, on the morning of December 28, 1908, the worst earthquake or other ~ disaster which the world has ever ,' known killed scores of thousands, it had never been my lot to even shudder T0 ERF WER JC*' OF //adR/AL HOR1o M y r .t ýp... 7 7 .1. V..... over a calamity. Hardened as I was to catastro phes, the piteous sights which met my gaze at Messina, Reggio and other cities more than once drew tears to my eyes. It was my good fortune to be one of the mem bers of the party of King Victor Emmanuel and Queen Helena, when the ruler visited the stricken district, and many times both the monarch and his consort broke down completely upon viewing the awful sights which followed the earthquakes, fires and tidal wave. Survivors were raving maniacs and they roved the brick-strewn streets, in many instances nude. The stories told by unfortunat...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 January 1909

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, asSecond Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County Miss Georgia I'elzel returned from Shelhy where she visited relatives, last Saturday. (Geo. W. IIewitt's new house is near ing completion and he expects to move his famnily into it next week. Is it the idea, in increasing the President's salary to 5100.100 to get abler men to consent to take the job? President lRoosevelt will have no difliculty in shooting a white rthinoc eros in south Africa. It is said the rhinoceros tribe are even now turn ing white with fear. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kilduff, ac vompanied by their two sons, are in the east buying goods for their store to supply the Spring and Sum mer trade. Samuel ('ook is erecting a fine log barn, 14 x 14, on his ranch northeast of Malta. Mr. Cook has been thrifty and energetic enough to cut down trees of his own for the logs used in building the barn. J. F. Kilduff ha...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 January 1909

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior , United States Land Office at Glasgow, Mont ana December 17, 1908. Notice is hereby given that EUGENE LAIRD, of Malta, Montana, who, on July 23rd, 1904, made Homestead entry, No. 1752, Serial No. 01517, for NE% SWySSWN Sec. 17, SE3 SE Y, Section 18, Township 80 N., Range 29 E. M. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Robert M. Reichel U. S. Commissioner in his office, at Malta Montana, on the 28th day of January 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: James Koonan, Mike O'Neal, William Thompson of Wagner Mont ana and Fred W. Tanner, of Malta Mont. Truman M. Patten, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Glasgow, Mon tana, January 1 2th, 1909. Notice is hereby given that JAMES F. MURRAY of Malta, Montana who, on Decem ber, 1902, made homestead Entry, No. 256, Serial No.01768, for SSE , Sec. 11, N1A, NE...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 January 1909

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc. MALTA, - - MONT. HAPPENINGS OF A REEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. WASHINGTON NOTES. The house of representatives de clared vacant the seat of George L. Lilley, now governor of Connecticut. Gov. Patterson of Tennessee vetoed the state-wide prohibition bill passed by the legislature. It was semi-officially announced that Robert Bacon will succeed Elihu Root as secretary of state and he in turn will be succeeded as assistant secre tary by John C. O'Laughlin. The senate did its part toward rais ing the salary of the president of the United States to $100,000 and those of the vice-president and speaker of the house to $15,000 a year each. President Roosevelt sent to the gov ernor of California a telegram and letter urging the California legislature not to pass anti-Japanese measures. Congressman Willett of New York made an attack on President Roose velt so full of villification that the house compelled him to take his ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 January 1909

IESTERN CANADA'S 1908 CROP WILL GIVE TO THE PARMERS O0 WEST A SPLENDID RETURN. The following interesting bit of in. formation appeared in a Montreal paper: "Last December, in reviewing the year 1907, we had to record a wheat harvest considerably smaller in vol uime than in the previous year. Against ninety millions in 1906 the wheat crop of the West in 1907 only totaled some seventy-one million bushels, and much of this of inferior quality. But the price averaged, high, and the total re sult to the farmers was not unprofit able. This year we have to record by far the largest wheat crop in the coun try's history. Estimates vary as to the exact figure, but it is certainly not less than- one hundred million bushels, and in all probability it reaches one hundred and ten million bushels. The quality, moreover, is good, and the price obtained very high, so that in all respects the Western harvest of 1908 has been a memorable one. The result upon the commerce and finance of the country is ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 January 1909

PON THAI VNB'TG tNSUtAL OCCURRENCES in the an imal 11nd other kingdoms are always the most interesting to the American peo plo. The editor realizes that of late there have not been enough "queer" happen ings, wtihich seemingly violate nature's laws, and though usually law-abiding he has endeavored to supply the want. In pursuance with this policy Nate Urefake, the renowned and much-traveled natural ist, who declined President Roosevelt's of fer to accompany the executive on his East African hunting trip, was employed to scout up hundreds of unusual, yet in teresting occurrences. The tour took sev (ral months and from time to time the author mailed the following accounts of the strange things which were reported to him. Only this week Mr. Urefake's dreams came to an end, and lie delicate ly confided that lie had sworn off "for good." -Editor's Note. P ARIS CREEK, N. M.-Tiis town was deeply stirred up and Paris Creek society cir cles were unusually agog up on the arrival of your corre...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 February 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper W'hose Interests are Identified wlth those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA FEBRUARY, 3rd, 1909. No. 37. in in! • m mI numnn|Inunn m The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. THE LADDER TO WEAL'TH 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 tle pocket. And the very act of dra ing a check makes you think twice before you spend once. Think it over. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. HALL, Cashier. DIRECTORS. S. McKenhan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall u BEGIN THE NEW YEAR RIGHT 0 U Chase and Sanbom's D Teas and Coffee Monarch Brand Straw e berries, Corn, Tomatoes These are Real DehIcoces o * Goods Will soon be arriving 0 S pnl g Goods Before placing them •u in line the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 February 1909

EVERYTHING WAS FAYORA.LE SORRY HE DIDN'T MOVE TO WEST. ERN CANADA BEFORE. Mr. Austin was a man who had never had any previous experience in farming, but Western Canada had al lurements, and he profited. He got a low-rate certificate from a Canadian Government agent, and then moved. What he says is interesting: "Ranfurly, Alberta, May 10-'08. "J. N. Grieve, Esqr., Spokane, Wash Ington.-Dear Sir: After a dozen or more years of unsuccessful effort in the mercantile business in Western Washington, in August, 1903, decided to come to Alberta with a gentleman who was shipping two cars live stock to Edmonton. I assisted this man with the stock over one hundred miles out in the Birch Lake Country, East of Edmonton. Indeed, how sur prised, how favorably everything com pared with my dream of what I want. ed to see in a new country. "Had never had any experience in farming, but I was immediately con verted into a farmer. And from that moment I have prospered. Selecting a homestead near Birch L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 February 1909

V D 0Do HE DOES SOME LIONIZING The idea of airships is all right in theory, but they are never going to be a reliable success. The trouble is you never know what they are going to do next. They are like a mule about doing things that are not on the menu. If you want to go due south, the air ship may decide to go north, and you may pull on all the levers, and turn the steering gear every way, and she goes north as though there was no other place to go. We waited for weeks to get a new supply of powder that makes the gas, and finally it came. We got the bag full and Pa and the cowboy with the lasso and two others, a German and a negro, got on the rigging, and about fifty of us held on the drag rope, and Pa turned the nose of the machine south towards where he had located a mess of lions in a rocky gorge, and he was going to ride over the opening to their den, and let the cowboy lasso the old dog lion, and choke the wind out of him, and drag him to camp by the neck, but the airship jus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 February 1909

The Queen City A TA Located in the Heart of the of Northern Montana id Great Milk River Valley Is situated in the Western end of Valley County; on the main line of the Great Northern railway. It has three passenger trains each way daily. A long distance telephone line east and west and also south to the thriving mining camp of Zortman in the Little Rockies. Malta has a first class graded ard high school, three churches, Methodist, Catholic and Episcopal. The business interests are represented by three large general stores, two dry goods stores, three ItmLer yards, one hardware and furniture store, one drug store, one jewelry store, one saddle and harness shop, one bank, two first class hotels, three restaurants, one blacksmith and wagon shop, confectionery store, meat market, photographer, laundry, two livery and feed stables, a dairy, a fur hide and wool buyer, a branch office of the Continental Oil Company, a large storage warehouse, ar.d a large :healing plk.nt. The professicnal ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 February 1909

NOTICI FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior , United States Land Office at Glasgow, Mont ana December 17, 1908. Notice is hereby given that EUGENE LAIRD, of Malta, Montana, who, on July 28rd, 1904, made Homestead entry, No. 1752, Serial No. 01517, for NEB SWJS'%SW. Sec. 17, SE1 SE Y4, Section 18, Township 80 N., Range 29 E. M. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Robert M. Reichel U. S. Commissioner in his office, at Malta Montana, on the 28th day of January 1900. Claimant names as witnesses: James Koonan, Mike O'Neal, William Thompson of Wagner Mont ana and Fred W. Tanner, of Malta Mont. Truman M. Patten, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Glasgow, Mon tana, January 1 2th, 1909. Notice is hereby given that JAMES F. MURRAY of Malta, Montana, who, on Decem ber, 1902, made Homestead Entry, No. 256, Serial No.01766, for SSE , Sec. 11, N%,...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 February 1909

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc. MALTA, - - MONT. HAPPENINGS OF A WEE.K Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. WASHINGTON NOTES. The house of representatives adopt ed the special committee report recom mending the expunging from the rec ords of the recent speech of Mr. Wil lett of New York denunciatory of Pres ident Roosevelt. The house passed the post office appropriation bill, car rying $234,000,000. President Roosevelt asked congreps to appropriate money to raise the wreck of the old battleship Maine. He also named a commission to consider the reorganization of the navy. The conference on care of dependent children, reporting to President Roose velt, recommended the establishing of a federal children's bureau and he promised to urge it in a special mes sage to congress. A sensational and bitter attack on William Nelson Cromwell and Presi. dent Obaldia of Panama and others was made by Mr. Rainey of Illniois in the house of representatives. The importance ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 February 1909

THE LUCK OF KILLING DAY By McPherson Fraser (Copyright, by Shortstory Pub. Co.) The three companies of the Ninth •cavalry, ordered up from Laramie with gilded records for minstrelsy and say age skirmishes to help form the head quarters of the department of the Platte at Fort Niobrara, were dis* `mounting in front of their new 'dobe quarters between H company and the sutler's store. ! The adjutant's niece, who had pulled up her pony in the rear of the guard house, 50 yards distant, was contem plating them attentively. She had never experienced colored regulars be fore. Her six months' career on the ,western frontier, excepting a few days ;with a March blizzard at Boise City, Idaho, lay entirely at Niobrara, whith er she came from the arms of her parents in Chicago. They had sent her with tearful reluctance away out to the post adjutan's wife, to forget Chopin and Schubert, and five o'clocks and small gossip for awhile. The two youngest lieutenants of the Ninth, easing the wet girths ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 February 1909

CAST OF CHARACTERS. ' ----- 1%,-- --- e Sir Algernon Alwyn f Awyn on Alwyn, Bart., Robert Doolttle MarJoribanks, son o Major La C Dorothy Newman (commonly called Lady alled Pr d . - 04 Banjo). Messrs. Fudge and McPherson, family lawyers. jIII I IIIIIIIiI IIIIIIIII II UUIUI I I l II WI Lucy Newman, her sister. Harriet McPherson, wife of the Junior partner. IIIIIIIIIII IIIIII I I I IIfl II i The Rev. Dr. Parsifal Penryck (commonly Fraser. a butler. * l called "Pen and Ink"). Messengers, servants, etc. - Major the Hon. Marengo Marjoribanks (com- o- monly called "Stubbles"), uncle to Sir Al- The period is 1886. The lace is a country Lady Marjory Marjoribanks, aunt to Sir Al- house near Oxford in England. Scene-The li gernon. brary at Alwyn Hall. BOB8 9-/YLCR~L LGERNON (outslde): On no ac count, Fraser, let me be disturbed -(entering-stands .by table)-I must realize my position,-letters -accounts!-Since father died, I have been in a dream, a bad dream -everything has gone to the dogs -bi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 February 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Wowse lnterests are Idcntifled with those of Northern 3fortana aend Especially of the Milk, River J'alley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA FEBRUARY, 10, 1900. No. ;1. TA First Sta i Bank MALTA, MONT. ON YOUR WAY TO . THE FIRST STATE BANK _ to make your first deposit you will I meet many men bound in the same %111 d t Ac direction. M1en whose company you will be glad to be in. They repre- - sent the most progressive business el ement in the community. Put your self in that class by starting your amount today. The amount doesn't matter. Start with what you have. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. HALL, 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 U Chase and Sanborn's Teas and Coffee S Monarch Brand Straw U berries, Corn, Tomatoes These are Real De/ic aoceI i 0 * Will soon be arriving 0 pring Coo s Before placing t...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 February 1909

The Queen City Located in the Heart of the of Northern Montana Great Milk River Valley Is situated in the Western end of Valley County, on the main line of the Great Northern railway. It has three passenger-trains each way daily. A long distance telephone line east and west and also south to the thriving mining camp of Zortman in the Little Rockies. Malta has a first class graded and high. school, three churches, Methodist, Catholic and Episcopal. The business interests are represented by three large general stores, two dry goods stores, three lumber yards, one hardware and furniture store, one drug store, one jewelry store, one saddle and harness shop, one bank, two first class hotels, three restaurants, one blacksmith and wagon shop, confectionery store, meat market, photographer, laundry, two livery and feed stables, a dairy, a fur hide and wool buyer, a branch office of the Continental Oil Company, a large stcrage i arehcuse, Ead P large shCaring plaint. The profersicnal and off...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 February 1909

MALTA ITEMS Just In-A car load of shorts. Mal ta Mercantile Co. Mrs. Indiana Loyd, who has been n such poor health. for a time, is slowly gaining. Miss Rosa Kimmets arrtvt d from Zortman Friday for a visit with rela tives and friends. Mrs. Win. J. Tressler was quite ill the first ofithe week taut is now re reported considerably b ttlr. The bill of Senator Dixon prohibit ing the sale of liquor on tfe Fort P(ek Indian reservation for a 1) riod of 2, years has pahseei. For Sale:-lel:Yiln SIii 7 year old; weight 10(0. (eitil' aidleavy to handle: a sure foaler. ('an be seen at Davidson', ra'nch. Hurley & ('ampbtll. Wanted:-Position b,, colored man as Cook or any other kind of work. Prefers ranch, does not drink. Good references. Address in care of H. L. Holmes, Malta, Mont. A lot has been purchased by Great Falls Masons and plans will be drawn at once for the Masonic temple. This is to be a three story building erected at a cost of about $34,000. JUST RECEIVED An advance shipment of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 February 1909

THE SIMPLE LIFE LEFT BEHIND. Mankind Has Created Complications Hard to Do Away With. It is easy to talk about the simple life and so hard to live it, for life is hot simple any more. Its complica tions seem unavoidable. The trouble lies in ourselves; the entire trend of womanly sentiment is &Way from the things the centuries held dear. It was not so lItrd to keep life aim ple when one's best b aek silk dii duty for a dxcadc. Nrawl::es if Itt' ailk didn't ('it inte r nli::t the ci: of the trnwtent Qxi! r ain the 1tar1 box it tt leo t two s-.i s. It is 1a' c ... o that is the ula in'' If i::: i Novelty l; the o 'x r o io t of iur lI res. Even fri, . l :u i mi ttxi mony are gctcn' ic i eci with this microbx' of r.sib : s. A mottler said net lonx itn: "Baby Louise is so fn :cky sxx 'iii only play vwIh itV" Iwx or ihiree times before die is t --xI "f theW' andn I have to send 'l-,.r cff to the f tý. ,ital. And the mbthitr t to thinti that i'ox've ' r ,t r, t m irit I 'mix. 1exeti ret...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 February 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. ;t Ad Weekly Newspaper Wlose Interests are Identifled wzith those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA FEBRUARY, 17, 1909. No. 39. n ni • nun qulanu• ula| mn~ n u n • uuun Imum n n • The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. ON YOUR WAY TO J - THE FIRST STATE BANK to make your first deposit you will meet many men bound in the same direction. Men whose company you will be glad to be in. They repre sent the most progressive business el ement in the community. Put your self in that class by starting your amount today. The amount doesn't matter. Start with what you have. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. 1ALL, 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 00 = :0- -o, O = 02 0 . = BEGIN THE NEW YEAR RIGHT U Chase and Sanborn's O Teas and Coffee Monarch Brand Straw Sberriesn, Corn, Tomatoes T.hese are Real Dehcocies...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 February 1909

e ' tMorRIN6 Dtelai THEY KNEW HOW TO WORK BUT DON'T NEED TO WORK NOW 80 HARD. The experience of the Bisser Bros. in Western Canada is similar to that reported to every agent of the Cana dian Government, whose advertise ment appears elsewhere: "Wheatvyn, Sask., Nov. 6th, 1908. "To the Commissioner of Immigra* tion, Winnipeg, Manitoba.-Dear Sir: I, in company with my brother and other relations, arrived in this coun try in the spring of 1893. At the time we got off the train at Wolseley, Sask., we had only a few dollars, not enough to start farming on our own account, so we were compelled to work out for a considerable time in order to make sufficient money to enable us to es tablish ourselves. When we thought we had enough money to start with, I and my brother took up one quarter section (160 acres) land each in the Loon Creek district. In 1900 we moved on our homesteads with one team of horses and one walking plow. While I was engaged with the work in the field, my brother built a s...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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