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

F9F5i~~b3 br He Enjoys the Comforts of Home '.CopyJright, 1908, by W. G. Chapman.) (Copyright in Great Britain.) 'We have spent a couple of days at ýtLh Michigan man's ranch in darkest Africa, where he has brought civiliza tion right into the jungle, and after *:spending six months with negro sav ages and wild animals, and menagerie people, it has been the most enjoyable two days I ever knew. It is good sometimes to see our selves as others see us, and not hay ing looked into a mirror for half a year, we found that we were about the most disreputable looking tourists that ever came in sight of beds, with linen sheets on, and pillows. I noticed that the family of the '4ichigan man and the servants looked at us with suspicion, and turned up their noses at us, but I never realized what it was all about until they showed us to our rooms that night, and found that my face and hands were black with dirt and smoke, and my clothes were greasy and patched with buckskin patches, sewed on with...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 March 1909

Making Crime a Business By George T. Pardy True Record of the Achievement of Fa mousJohnW. Murray in Uncovering the Guilty Parties in the Blenheim Swamp Slaughter-How the Slaver Was Un earthed by the Master Sleuth. OUR miles from the little town of Eastwood, On tario, Canada, there lies a dark, gloomy marsh known as Blenheim swamp. It is a deso late, lonely spot, which fallen logs and tangled thickets com bine to render well-nigh impassable to the feet of the curious explorer, and at one edge there lies a pool of black, sullen water yclept Pine pond. Far in the depths of this foul morass on the morning of February 21, 1890, two brothers, Joseph and George Eld ridge, while out chopping wood, stum bled over the lifeless body of a young man, half buried in the weeds and brush. In the back of the head was a round, black hole indicating where a bullet had ploughed its fatal way, and near the nape of the neck was a similar wound. Even to an unexpe rienced eye it was evident that the victi...

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

THE ENTERPRISE. .d Weekly Nelospraper W'hose literests are Identifled with those of Northern, .Montanac and Especially of the Milk River "Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, MARCH 10, 1909. No. 42. o I Iit i t i n DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS Congressman CHARLES N. PRAY of Chouteau. Governor EDWIN L. NORRIS of Helena. 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-year term. 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. MCBRIDE of Culbertson. A. DAVIDSON of Malta. J. T. FARRIS of Hinsdale. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN of G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 March 1909

A l .-1 RAIb "RN AVE the agriculturist and - i the venerable scarecrow reached the parting of the ways? +` a Men who claim to know say they have. The farmer's silent bluff . against birds of the air which prey upon vege- 4 table life and beasts of the ground with in clinations likewise, is doomed, it is declared. Charged barbed wire fences, shotguns and special prep- / arations of poison-the modern antidote for dumb sinners-- o have come into being to such an extent that the scarecrow has passed the period of usefulness in many sections. Professional jokers and farmers who employ electricity in t I . I. 1 ,i. /2/,P7/2 ..r / WI . ,*. -IT'NT/NL; I their work are glad. Romancers, the LONCE/P M / farmer possessed of perhaps only p/Q5RP1A 80 to 100 acres, the city man, who PoEr was wont to ask: "Why, that fellow loafs all day long over that corn field," the crows and the farmer's wife are sorry. And they have reasons, too. The romancer who mentally tore off yardsandyards of poetry about ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 March 1909

"TrH MARRYING SQUIRE." lustlee George I. Law Has mroken All Records. George E. Law, Justice of the Peace, t1y% Franklin St., Brazil, Ind., is known far and wide as the "Marrying Squire," from the fact that he has mar rled more couples than any other om elalinIndians. Judge Law wrote a letter in 1906, recommend ing Doan's Kidney Pills, which he said had made a bad back well, enabled him to sleep bet ter nights and feel more fit for work. The treatment also cleared up the urine. On January 5, 1909, Judge Law sonfirmed his previous testimony. "I have recommended this remedy to many people since I first used it," said he. Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. too Risky. "Do you approve of the plan of teaching pupils to box?" "Not unconditionally," replied the country pedagogue, remembering his husky 19-year-olds. "Might be all right, though, if you'd authorize the teachers to carry guns."-Philadelph.a Public Ledger. HAD AWFUL WEEPING ECZEMA. Face and Ne...

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

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Proprietors. Entered in the Ipst office at Malta, Montana, as Second Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County LOCAL NEWS Harry Cosner has real estate for sale-read his advertisement in this paper. Mrs. Mary Jonecs was reportd to Ibe quite ill the first of the week biut is somewhat bitter today. Lee -'leg'ul's condittin remlains about the ,i1e, tloweve, li is re ported slightly inilroved. 1ev. Father Sansone will hold services in the Catholic church next Sunday at lie usual time. John Hackett has bought a saloon on the North Side of A. Cavanaugh, and is conducting business in it. The case of Jack Teal for assault was tried in the district court last week and Teal was fined $100.00 by Judge Tatt an. The regular session of the district i court at Glasgow was adjourned by I Judge 'rattan Saturday until the tenth day of April' 09. Some very artistic printing in the form of a large two color poster, ad vertising the Grand Free Bal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 March 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. SAVE YOUR MONEY and put it where you can be sure it will be safe by opening an account in The First State Bank. Saving :r and safety are good foundations to b build a fortune on. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. iIALL, Cashier. DIRECTORS. S. Mclennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark. of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall MALTA ITEMS The Eagles' Ball will be given the evening of March 17th. M. J. Larson made a business trip to Harlem last Saturday. Mrs. John A. Ebaugh was on the sick list a part of last week. Tom Kilduff and family are now living on their ranch near town. County Surveyor W. H1. Mann spent the first part of this week in our city. Albert Tetraut is gaining rapidly and has moved to the liabertory home. Car of hulless barley, car of seed oats, and all kinds of garden seed at Kilduff's. Attorney Chas. H. Stevens spent Monday in Glasgow attending to some legal busiuess. Commissioner A. Davi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 March 1909

Malta Enterprise. Publhlihed by THE 1MALTA E,'T,:IIPr S lU i. CO INC'. 2i. 1'. (ICAA.\ER, MiR . HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. WASHINGTON NOTES. President Taft in selecting his cabi net took into consideration the geo graphical qualifications of its mem bers, the north, east, south and west all being represented. In a report to the house a special committee declares the secret service lepartment exists without permanent authority of law. As a token of their esteem, the mem bers of the senate presented toVice President Fairbanks a valuable silver service. In addition, the Democratic members gave him a loving cup. Senator Beveridge in a speech in the senate likened Theodore Roosevelt to Washington and Lincoln. The Ohio house of representatives has adopted a resolution providing for the submission to the people of an amendment to the constitution estab lishing the principle of initiative and referendum in state legislation. A bill was passed by the hou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 March 1909

ý ýý+' ý dp ý ý o Dý. ý ý ý ý , ý CJ JAL ý i I ý,i"J i' ...gym! ' r Wý ý i/ 1E+0ý fýý_ _ _, _ _~, - - - _ _ __,_,_ _,_ _,_ HE ENTERS A DARK PLOT It seems to be just one series of ups :and downs with Pa and I. One day -we are kings and things and the next day we are just things and not kings or ninespots or anything in the deck except it's jacks. That short stay at the ranch of the Michigan man in Africa, which seemed like being sat down from hades in darkest Africa to heaven in America, terminated just as everything else does -with us. After we had enjoyed the morning with the wild animals on the race track, Pa and the Michigan man set into a game of draw poker with some other sharps and the cowboy, and they must have stacked the cards on Pa and the cowboy, for before night they had got all Pa's money away, and the cowboy was burst, too, and in the evening Pa put the airship up against .4 creamery and a drove of Jerseys, and Pa lost the airship, and then Pa gave checks on a bank in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 March 1909

116 yri X0 6 1~ / . jU . c* HAT little the dollar loving Amer ing into the greatnatural treasure houses of Sonora convinced him years ago that that western Mexi can province was a country well worth exploiting. If more than half of the silver of the world has come out of Mexico, as is probably the fact, then, from all \ reports, when the argentiferous deposits of Sonora are properly opened up three-fourths of the world's silver will come from the land of Diaz. Sonora has been exporting $12,000,000 to $15,000,000 of silver a year and could have exported five times that amount and an incalculable quantity of gold but for one reason the country has not been safe for white people, except in the larger towns, because of the warlike Yaquis, who have been battling for generations against the Mexicans. But now the good news has been flashed over the wires that. the long drawn Yaqui war is at an end and that a treaty favorable to the Indians has been negotiated, so that soon there will be su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 March 1909

ti1E3 Eltrcavlet y HE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the ,Milk River Valley VoL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, MARCH 17, 1909. No. 43. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS Congressman CHARLES N. PRAY of Chouteau. Governor EDWIN L. NORRIS of Helena. 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. DALEN 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-year term. 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. MCBRIDE of Culbertson. A. DAVIDSON of Malta. J. T. FARRIS of Hinadale. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN of Glasgo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 March 1909

I - I'll 'E 'llI W A f ý r ASHINGTON-For two consecutive sessions a bill has been before con , gress to give to d Brig.-Gen. Frank D. Baldwin, Uni ted States army (retired) the rank of major general. Some day perhaps the bill will be come a law, for it is worthy' of passage, as Baldwin is worthy of honor. The home of this retired officer as present is in Colorado, though he comes to Washington occasionally to live over old days with comrade veterans, many of whom have chosen the nation's capital for their homes. It is rarely that one can get. Gen. Baldwin to 'weak of his services in the army, but his friends are not slow in speaking for him and every word that they say in praise is borne out by the records which are hidden away in the war department. %axZA> __'fitQ _ ý -s e 0 4 Td/fýN TT 11# /fý" ie!ERsSOF/I/E°W./ Frank D. Baldwin has been in so many fights for his country that the counting of them as sumes the proportion of a mathematical problem. For years upon years after the ...

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

MEN WHO FORM PRESIDENT TAFT'S CABINET ý N$/JMDZL C.XNOX P*AMtL/N Mu V4A~ &*EcO a f. Pý/GXM'XA'ao wf~.E W.C w/MRJW.4iV RAN~C H. H/TC.ACOCAý / OEORGC i oA'A.- MGYAY8 .~~~fTJA17zR. -,e .R/CM4R'.D A. .4AA'./NG6/'* /-t-~LJ f W/IfOM ,)2C45 ý+e ?4Byr jCie G 7A Cyfd9*.Pý f vo, (m0. IL°ý'C lyes Ot,~aC.. President Taft's cabinet of nine men is headed by Philander Chase Knox, secretary of state, who was born in 1853 at Brownsville, Pa. He graduated from Mount Union college, Ohio, in 1872, and three years later was admitted to the bar. During the years 1876 and 1877 he served as as sistant United States district attorney for the western district of Pennsyl vania. In the latter year he formed a law partnership with James H. Reed which still exists and which has rep resented many large corporations, in cluding the Carnegie Company. Mr. 'Knox entered President McKinley's cabinet as attorney general in April, '1901, serving until 1904, when he was elected United States senator from Pensylvania....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 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 LOCAL NEWS pert Mrsiall of f el , is in our city today. 'Liss io' ix Iimits weint lo Zort mlan yeettirday. Todlay is St. P trivik's I):y awl' unanii are iv arini tii: ri n. Uilavmond (). (Osvosl of Ashlli;ld, w";:: a \ulta visitor I'ridav. The K. P. Lodge will lantiuet its 1isl lmers aml friends tomorrow night. Miss Jeanne Spence of Glasgow, is visiting relatives in this vicinity this week, See change in 1t. II. Koke's adver tisement, also read the new "ad" of E. B. Chambers. Atlorney John A. Tressler was at Glasgow Friday attending to profes sional business. Mrs. John Ebaugh will entertain the Ladies Aid Society next Thurs day afternoon, March 25th. Miss Mattie Crooks camne from her home near Ashtield Thursday for an indefinite stay in Malta. St. Mary's Guild will meet at the home of Mrs. 11. G. Robinson next Wednes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 March 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. EVERY POSSIBLE .VY COURTESY 4 ELE consistent with sound finance is ex tented to customers of The First State Bank. Small depositors re ceive equal consideration with those whose balances are larger. Appli cations for loans upon acceptable security are treated promptly and confidentially.. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. iIALL, Cashier. DIRECTORS. S. Mcl ennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall MALTA ITEMS WOOD FOR SALE *B.)O0 a cord, delivered A. Davidson. Sunday, April 11th is Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hurley, of Saco are visiting with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Davidson. Willie Davidson returned from Saco this morning, after a short visit with relatives at that place. Read the new advertisements of The State Nursery Company, The Malta Horse Company and Wm. O'Riley. The Zortman Miner says that Dr. Ewing, the dentist, will remain in Zortman until afte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 March 1909

Malta Enterprise. Published by TIU MALTA ENT..;PnisE PV i. CO.. INC. ML T. CRAMERH, \lin.f HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. WASHINGTON NOTES. Just what policy Speaker Cannon will pursue in selecting committees for the next congress is causing con siderable speculation among the in surgent Republicauns and the Demo crats. In a statement issued by the treas ury department it is shown that the assassination of President McKinley cost the government $42,517, in sur geons' bills and other expenses. President Taft has been drawn into the fight being waged by the insur gents against the rules of the house. He held conferences with both sides but declined to announce how he stands. The new tariff bill, part of which has been sent to the printer, is under stood to cut the duty on lumber one half and place hides on the free list. It is expected to provide $350,000,000 additional revenue, despite these changes. According to a report in Washington the senate may ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 March 1909

o ý HE STARTS ON A TRAMP We got acrqss the ocean from Africa alive, but Pa was a wreck. It is a pretty tough proposition to have your appendix removed in a hospital on shore where everything is quiet, but to have an operation performed on board a ship that is running 18 knots an hour straight ahead, and rolling from side to side in a storm, and rearing up on the hind feet one minute and trying to stand on its head the next, is mighty trying on a nervous man, especially when the doctor is a vet erinary surgeon with delirium tre mens, and the nurse is in love with a cowboy, and takes opium. But Pa pfllled through, though he thinks they took out half the works that he wore inside his person, and he walks on one side like he had run off one wheel. It is pretty bad to come down from a negro king loaded with diamonds to a plain white tramp, but when they got the blacking washed off of us, and we saw we were actually white people again, half way respected by the pea ple that run the boat, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 March 1909

A~~~~~ ".OsEAP~ o cwsvy t uý r/ ths ays frmilla parts ofgu ethe toountry c And somethin isbigdn aotii PILU.,. Y +IW Tý~5Sg~ ~IP.~~ p~so afe aýýlln itý isn' ,xacl be u fl the iue io hs aie : "W a a w ot A~~~~~Pi OPOV XAPLSF GWnRvV This tueatio e er enom ping into Ameroican cit a ndhtetso an d ofUlcial ofcD N~ varou sortsI " "k" V " "" LDIN.M A'AOO i1 these days from all parts of the country. And something is being done about It, In fact, u very great deal indeed. Before we of the present generation are all comfortablyeo in our graves we will see vast changes-just as astonishing changes as we have seen sAy IMtahsa4t isv r e l higO P Nw.sa. lyaP eoh gON since e where children, and one of the most striking will be the great metamorphosis t a. Pap~ oF m. TRAII0 t I.NVAeOMLI's o 0ci as yr t t ý"e5 i Y B i t" 2 yyO PFIiE, '00..eom eysDNit :I ;we yMT ts Posty .e POSY Bu .DF M A>'Io .S.P ST O PtL Z5 :y2 :6 i< } ° xF? ;, r., rob , ,!'I T"I'A,' Or" `O fro u fgliness to 5 ra tic l he? u b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 March 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. . W'eekly Newspaper Whose Interest. are Identifted with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the sMilk River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, MARCH 24, 1909. No. 44. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS Congressman CHARLES N. PRAY of Chouteau. Governor EDWIN L. NORRIS of Helena. 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 Gederal 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-year term. B. T. STANTON, Four-year term. E. A. MORLEY, Two-year term. COUNTY OFFICERS Senator J. L. TRUSCOTT of Glasgow. Representative FRANK G. ARNETT of Culbertson. Couuty Commissioners WM. MCBRIDE of Culbertson. A. DAVIDSON of Malta. J. T. FARRIS of Hinsdale. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN of Glasgow. Sheriff S. C. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 March 1909

INHERITED KIDNEY TROUBLE. C.uld Feel It Constantly Galning Ground as Time Passed. Mrs. Frank Roseboom, 612 W. Wash. Inston St., Moscow, Idaho, says: "Kid* ney trouble was he reditary, and my parents spent hun dreds of dollars try. ing to cure me. I was nervous, my eyesight had failed noticeably, my cir culation was bad, sleep fitful, heart action irregular, and my back so weak and painful I could hardly stand it. There was also an irregularity of the kidney secretions and a cold always made the whole trouble worse. I could tell many other symptoms, too, but shall only add that Doan's Kidney Pills made me free of all of them." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. GOOD STORY TO POINT MORAL. Told by Rabbi Krauskopf, Who Be Ileves in Divorce. "Rabbl Joseph Krauskopf, our elo quent preacher," said a Philadelphian, "sees good rather than evil in the fre quency of American divorce. He sees in it a sign that American wives will not endure the treatment tha...

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