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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 February 1909

C° - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - HE STAMPEDES THE TRIBE (Copyright, 1908, by W. G. Chapman.) (Copyright in Great Britain.) This being a king over a few thou sand negroes, the position Pa holds, with the regular king of the tribe re duced to the occupation of interpreter to the white king, has its drawbacks, and Pa is getting pretty sick of it, the cowboy that is With us is discouraged, and I have no one to play with but some coons who never cared for any thing but to feast on human flesh, sleep and fight among themselves, so Pa is arranging to skip out some morn ing with the airship when we get our hands on the gold and diamonds this tribe has hidden around the camp. But in the meantime we are educating those Africans into the methods of civilization. Pa has issued an edict that the eat ing of human flesh must cease, and he has explained to them that the Great Spirit will have it in for any person that kills except in self defense, and that all...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 February 1909

The Queen CityM A TA Located in the Heart of the of Northern Montana IGreat 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 storage warehouse, r rd a large shearing plant. The profesicnal and...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 February 1909

MALTA ITEMS Just Received-A car load of oats. Malta Mercantile Co. Mr. and Mrs. Wmin. H. Garland of Cowan were in our city Tuesday. Court will commence its regular session at Glasgow February 28rd. Mrs. John A. Ebaugh is one of our new advertisers in this issue. Read her card. The Woman's Club will meet with Mrs. Homer Smith in social session Saturday afternoon. Miss Leah Caselberg returned, last Thursday, from Brooklyn, N. Y., where she has been attending school. St. Mary's. Guild will meet with Mrs. George W. Hewitt next Wednesday afternoon, February 24th. For Sale:-Belgian Stallion 7 year old; weight 1600. Gentle and easy to handle: a sure foaler. Can be seen at Davidson's ranch. Hurley & Campbell. Otto Cassady was at Billings the 1 atter part of last week where he was summoned to appear as a witness for the state in a horse stealing case. Revival services are still in prog ress each evening at the M. E. ohurch and as the meetings continue the in terest increases. The Masonic...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 February 1909

Malta Enterprise. Puliih I 1by 1TE IAIALTA IET'T.:IR SS FU (CO. INc. M. T. CIHAMO R, Ih.R. BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOR THE BUSY MAN MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM. ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD ] Complete Review Uf Happeninge of Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe-Latest Home and Fo. I eign Items. WASHINGTON NOTES. Senator Hale introduced a resolu tion in the senate which is intended to remove the constitutional bar from Senator Knox's acceptance of the port folio of secretary of state in the Taft cabinet. The electoral vote was canvassed by congress and Taft and Sherman were officially declared to be elected presi dent and vice-president of the United States. President Roosevelt, it is stated, has no intention of sending to con gress a message recommending an in come tax. He has been consulted by Representative Stevens of Minnesota, who is preparing a bill on the subject. Secretary Bacon in a letter to Pana ma's minister, said the United States government ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 February 1909

POINTS OUT IMPROVEMENTS FOR COUNTRY COMMUNITIES Special Message of President of Utmost Inter est to Farmers. Urges That Social as Well as Productive Side of Farm Life Be Built Up--Work for the Federal Department. Washington.-With the report of the country life commission President Roosevelt sent the following me sage to both houses of congress: To the Senate and House of Represent atives: I transmit herewith the report of the commission on country life. At the outset I desire to point out that not a dollar of the public money has been paid to any commissioner for his work on the commission. The report shows the general condition of farming life in the open country, and points out its larger problems; it Indi cates ways in which the government, na tional and state, may show the people how to solve some of these problems; and it suggests a continuance of the work which the commission began. Judging by 80 public hearings,' to which farmers and farmers' wives frpm 40 states and territor...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 February 1909

66 9 iHIII ,**A" um7 7W, ASHINGTON was more closely identified with Philadelphia than any other Ameri can city, and although more than a cen tury has elapsed since his death, there are in existence there more buildings held memorable on account of the great Ameri can's visit than may be found elsewhere. It is true that the word tradition is often very loosely applied to some of the tales of Washington's visit to this or that house, but, after eliminating all the suspicious memorials, there still remain a very con siderable number--far more than the average person appreciates. When he first came to Philadelphia Washington was a young man of 25. He had traveled a good deal, considering with what expense and difficulty travel was accomplished in those days. He had been to the Barbados, and had been on military duty at Boston. It was a military as signment which took him to Philadel phia to confer with Lord Loudon before setting out to the frontier, for the French and Indian war was in ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 February 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Wrlose Interest. are Identifled with, those of Northern Montana and Especially of the jIilk River Falley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA FEBRUARY, 24, 1909. No. 40. OBITUARY David Nichols, well and favora bly known in this city, died at his home in Zortman Thursday evening, February 18th, after suffering for sev eral weeks with typhoid pneumonia, which had followed closely a siege of rheumatism. About two weeks ago, fully realiz ing the seriousness of his condition, Mrs. Nichols and his little son who were at San Diego, California, were ,summoned home, reaching Malta February 9th and leaving for Zort man the following morning. The ef forts of the physicians or of his de voted wife to nurse him back to health proved of no avail and he suc cumbed to the disease. A wife and one child, little David, survive him. The remains, accompanied by a number of his townspeople, were brought to this city. Services were held in the Methodist church with Home...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 February 1909

The Dillingham Denial By Zella Armstrong (Copyright, by Bobbs-Merrlll Co.) Miss Grady sat up very straight in her revolving chair and stared at a curt note from her managing editor. It inclosed a clipping from her own page of her own paper, the Morning Star, concerning the engagement of *Col. Dillingham and Miss Alice Heath, and she had written that paragraph with especial care. In the three years that she had presided with unquestioned authority over her department it had been Miss Grady's boast that no glaring blunders had marred the society page of the Star. And now this Dillingham engage ment! Col. Dillingham was furious. The managing editor, in the privacy of his office, was swearing until he was blue in the face. Miss Grady was on the point of tears, and her faith in human nature was temporarily shattered. Stately Marian Heath, generally called "Mrs. Billy," had confessed her' sister-in-law's betrothal to the beat of the town, and had even hinted delb cately that the announcem...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 February 1909

MONEY MADE IN LIVE STOCK IN OENTRAL CANADA. W. J. Henderson, visiting Seattle, writes the Canadian Government Agent at Spokane, Wash., and says: "I have neighbors in Central Canada raising wheat, barley and oats for the past 20 years, and are now getting from the same land 20 to 80 bushels of wheat per acre, 40 to 60 bushels of oats. "It was the first week of May when I got my tent pitched, but the farmers all around had finished putting in their crops, so I only got fifteen acres broke and seeded. They advised me as it was late not to put in much wheat, so I put in five acres of wheat and ten acres oats, one-half acre pota toes and vegetables. All kinds of veg etables grow well up there, sweet corn, tomatoes, onions, carrots, peas, beans, cabbage. My wheat yielded about 20 bushels per acre, for which I got 76 cents, others got 80 cents; oats threshed 35 bushels per acre, for which I got 85 cents per bushel. You see I was three weeks late in getting them In,. still I was satisfied. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 February 1909

The Queen City Located in the Heart of th 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 ar.d high school, three churches, Methodist, Catholic and Episcopal. The business interests are represented by three large general stores, two dry goods stcres, 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 marke', photographer, laundry, two livery and feed stabler, a dairy, a fur hide and wool buyer, a branch office of the Continental Oil Comrpany, a large st a ge "arehcuse, and a large shearing plant. Th'e professicnal and cffi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 February 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. THE HANDLING OF MONEY BANK often tempts one to spend it, or to leave it in careless and unprotected places. But every shrewd business man keeps his regular account at the bank which he knows to be the most reliable. We are carrying the ac counts of the best merchants and professional men-a fact which A should be a sufficient guarantee of our business standing. 2 . L. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. iIALL, Cashier. DIRECTORS. S. McKlennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark. of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall MALTA ITEMS For Sale:-Belgian Stallion 7 year old; weight 1600. Gentle and easy to handle: a sure foaler. Can be seen at Davidson's ranch. Hurley & Campbell. Andrew Davidson of Malta, the popular wool grower of that section, was here on business matters Friday of last week.-Chinook Opinion. Major W. R. Logan and family who have been spending the past three months at Washington, D. C., returned ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 February 1909

Malta Enterprise. Published by 1535 MALTA ENEIlPR:SE PU . CO.. INC(. M. T. CRAMER, Ml.BR BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOR THEBUSY MAN MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM. ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review 5f Happenings of Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe-Latest Home and For. eign Items. WASHINGTON NOTES. The naval bill appropriating $136, 000,000 for the United States navy was passed by the senate. Senator La Fol lette criticised the methods of the navy in speaking on the measure. President Roosevelt in a message to congress, accompanying the report made by the engineers who went with Taft to Panama, approved the lock type of caanl. President-elect Taft announced that Senator Knox of Pennsylvania will be secretary of state in his cabinet, say ing the action of the senate and house had removed the constitutional bar raised by the senator's vote to in crease the salary of the office. The senate wants the president to keep one-half of the United States' w...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 February 1909

'The Exceptional Equipment of the California Fig Syrup Co. and the .scientifio attainments of its chemists have rendered possiblethe production of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, in all of Its excellence, by obtaining the pure medlo. inal principles of plants known to act most 'beneficially and combining them most skillfully, in the right proportions, with its wholesome and refreshing Syrup of California Figs. As there is only one genuine Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna and as the gen uine is manufactured by an original method known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only, it Is always necessary to buy the genuine to get its beneficial effects. A knowledge of the above facts enables one to decline imitations or to return them if, upon viewing the package, the full name .of theCslifoinia Fig SyrupCo. is not found printed on the front thereof. YOUTHFUL MIND AT WORK. Deduction Mother Must Have Found Somewhat Hard to Combat. Miss Marjorie, aged five years, is a one of those bright chi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 February 1909

\\ 1\ 1 h1 J ýIA II UI l hI I/ '3 Nk HE United States secret service, which is the bone of con tention between the president and con gress in a contro versy that promises to become historic, is frequently denominated the "least known branch of our government." Whether the present agitation will dispel the mystery that has long existed is very doubt ful. If a debate is. precipi tated there will doubtless be an airing of certain phases of secret service work but it is not to be ex pected that there will be any lifting of the veil as regards the means and methods of Uncle Sam's "black cabinet." Owing to the stipulations made by con gress in providing the last annual appropria tion for the maintenance of the secret serv ice-the self-same limitations under which President Roosevelt is now chafing-the op erations of the secret service are at present restricted to what might be termed its origi nal functions-namely the apprehending of counterfeiters and the protection of the person of the ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 March 1909

THE. ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identifled with those of Xorthern Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VoL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, MARCH 8, 1909. No. 41. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS Congressman CHARLES N. PRAY of Chouteau. Governor EDWIN L. NORRIS of Helens. Lieutenant Governor W. R. ALLEN of Deer Lodge. Associate Justice W. L. HOLLOWAY of Gallatin. Secretary of State A. N. YODER of Silver Bow. Attorney General A. J. GALEN of Lewis and Clark. Treasurer E. E. ESSELSTYN of Carbon. Auditor H. R. CUNNINGHAM of Silver Bow. Superintendent of Public Instruction W. E. HARMON of Gallatin. Railroad Commissioners DAN BOYLE of Park, Six-yearterm. B. T. STANTON, Four-year term. E. A. MORLEY, Two-year term. COUNTY OFFICERS Senator J. L. TRUSCOTT of Glasgow. Representative FRANK G. ARNETTof Culbertson. Couuty Commissioners WM. MCBRIOE of Culbertson. A. DAVIDSON of Maltas J. T. FARRIS of Hinadale. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN of Glasgow. Sheriff S. C. SMA...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 March 1909

/ N /11 I4.d th / i & ý A 2ZADY rTO i NTEM 1/eNe N ITS effort to stop the appalling loss of life in the coal mines of the country, the United States government is meeting with much success. For several months an experiment station, under the direction of the tech nologic branch of the United States geological survey, has been in operation at Pittsburg, Pa., with the pur pose of discovering the causes of mine disasters and suggesting a remedy. Along with establishment of this station and the agitation which preceded the necessary legis lation, there has been a falling off in the number of deaths in the coal mines for the year 1908, and while the official figures have not yet been ob tained, it is stated that the number of deaths will be several hundred less than in 1907, which was an unusual year. In December, 1907, four 06 GL.pXb 0X5 5 11 Ak'4'? - Norc~n explosions took the lives of 700 men, one of them-at the Monongah mine in West Virginia-being the greatest mining disaster in ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 March 1909

The Temple of Nirvana BY ADA MIXON (Copyright, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) Hugh Stoker opened his eyes to the light of one strange day and found himself in a room he had never seen before. The furnishings were quite different from his own; unfamiliar de signs stared at him from the walls, unfamiliar pictures looked down upon him from unfamiliar frames; the rugs, the curtains, the hangings were all strange to him. As he lay there won dering, he suddenly remembered that he had died the night before. "I certainly took poison and turned on the gas and then I went to bed in my own room last night. Am I alive then, or dead?" He satup and gazed about him, but could recognize nothing excepting the garments upon a chair near by, which were his own. Upon the table beside his bed was a red-bound volume which bore a title in black characters in an unknown tongue. He fell back among the pillows and strove to collect his scattered wits, but he was dazed; his memory was unable to recall the events of...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 March 1909

THE ENTE RPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, as Second Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County Sincerity No coward ever led a host to honor and to glory, No shirker ever gave the world anall enduring story, No cheating builder ever reared a temple to the ages, No self-deceived man ever wrote his nime in history's pages. It i 1l't what you do tha t coiits', It's how you };o abont it; You can't expect lhe world to take your measure if you doubt it. It isn't brain alone, or brawn, or power of arrival, Beyond thIiii all, pre-emicnent, is power of survival. The don't fear man, the sincere mian achieves where others falter, A doubter never laid a wreath upon success's altar.--IIerbert Kauf man. LOCAL NEWS Lee Flegal is improving rather slowly but surely. Henry Mason and Geo. DeFlyer left for Glasgow Monday to serve as jurors. Frank Smith of Assinniboine is in town this week visiting with his brother homer Smith. Ro...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 March 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. THE HANDLING OF MONEY BANK often tempts one to spend it, or to eave it in careless and unprotected places. But every shrewd business man keeps his regular account at the 'bank which he knows to be the most reliable. We are carrying the ac counts of the best merchants and professional men-a fact which w • - should be a sufficient guarantee of " our business standing. - 5 H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. HALL, 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 MALTA ITEMS Bob McLean arrived in Malta to day from Wagner. - All kinds of Garden Seeds and Field Seeds at Kilduffs. New line of Boys' and Children's (clothing at Kilduff's. John E. Hullinger has an "ad" in t~his paper. Read every word of it. One small word should make you wise-advertise-in the Enterprise. James Dewer of Zortman was a business visitor in Malta last Mon day. Atty. James Wilson w...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 March 1909

Malta Enterprise. Published by TIE MALTA ENTraliPR;SE PU . (C0.. TI'. M. T. CRAMERi, Mit,. BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOR THE BUSY MAN MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM. ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review If Happenings of Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe-Latest Home and For. eign Items. WASHINGTON NOTES. The house of representatives cut the salary of the president to $75,000, the vice-president to $12,000 and defied the senate which had fixed the amounts by amendments to the legislative ap propriation bill. The senate passed a bill which closes the Brownsville incident and gives a partial victory to Senator For aker who fought the president's dis charge of negro soldiers. On motion of Senator Daniel of Vir ginia, the omnibus pension bill passed by the senate, was amended to pro vide a pension of $50 a month to Ellen B. Lee, widow of the late Brig. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, U. S. army. Before the close of the sixtieth con gress, a ship subsidy or ocean mail...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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