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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 March 1909

WHAT WIPR SAYS ".OS." Set It Sometimes Is ad for the Painting. When a property-owner knows noth las about paint it is bad for the propertyowner, and bad for the paint. or. It would not be so if the property owner would always hire a skilled painter, and then really leave every thing to him. But the house-owner so often fools himself on one or the other of these things. The skilled painter in every commu. alty has some of the most Incompetent competitors that ever vexed a consci entious workman or contractor, and the Incompetents get jobs generally by working cheap. In the next place, when the skilled painter is hired, they do not leave everything to him, as so many property-owners boast they do. They interfere most ignorantly and most fatally. They insist sometimes on using paint materials without in vestigating whether they- are good or not. Or perhaps they insist on the painter's hurrying the work. "I'm not going to have that painter's mess around my house a month," the wife says,...

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 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 See the pretty and artistic samples of wall paper at the Malta l)rug Store. Fonr-room house for rent after April 1st. Inquire f, Mrs II. J.. Ilowerton. FOR SALE About loo head of mixed cattle. In quire of Win. Mayberry at Malta or at Bowdoin. The Ladies Aid Society will be en tertained at the home of Mrs. John A. Ebaugh tomorrow (Thursday) after noon. Miss Sharpe of Butte has been en gaged by the Malta Dramatic Club as a critic for the rehearsals of"The Country Minister". Mrs. C. E. Secrest and son, Henry, left Malta Tuesday for Hinsdale where they will visit with relatives .and friends for a time. .See the largest line of John Deere plows in Valley County, Model B. Disc harrows, grain drills and all kinds of good Machinery at Kilduff's. Mrs. Frank Guinn and baby, who have been visiting the former's moth e...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 March 1909

The First StateBank MALTA, MONT. Make the Easter Deposit of your receipts the. starting of an account at The First State Bank. / Then your money will be safe from loss by thieves, fire or any otherk cause. Be as quick as a hare in mak ing deposits and slow as a tortoise in useless spending. This time next year you'll have a balance you i .vouldn't believe possible. H. G. Hohbinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. aALL, 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 PLANTERS BULLETIN Planters Bulletin, Montana State Fair at Helena, September 27, 28, 29, 80, October 1 and 2, 1009.' This bulletin is prepared in advance of the Complete Catalog so that planters may grow with especial ref erence to the classification at the Montana State Fair. The amounts of the premiums offered for 1909 in the different Class es is very materially increased over last year and will be outlined in the regular catal...

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

Malta Enterprise. Published by 'TEc MIATAEl T lUPR BE FU 1. CO. INc. Ai. T. CRAMER, i I.R. HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. SYNOPSIS OF TARIFF BILL. The distinguishing features of the new bill introduced in the house are: Maximum and minimum tariff plan designed to secure fair play for United States from other protectionist coun tries. Inheritance tax estimated to bring in revenue of $20,000,000 yearly. New provision as to goods manufac tured under foreign patents, designed to increase manufacture of such ar ticles in United States by American workmen. Coffee on free list; tea taxed eight cents per pound, and nine cents when brought from other than producing country. Iron ore on free list, duties on manu factures of iron and steel materially reduced. Tin plate and steel rails re duced. Hides on free list and duties on man ufactured leather reduced; shoes re duced 40 per cent. Lumber and timber duties cut in half. Reciprocal free trade with Philip, pin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 March 1909

NAT A FIER ORES.I FARiER THl8i OF VIET. Eli CAAll A. Albert Nelson left Benton Co., Ore. 4onh, in Sept., 1904, for the great Canadian prairies. To quote from his letter: "I was greatly surprised to elnd such an immense stretch of rich virgin prairie still almost unoccupied dn. the very heart of North America. *The splendid crops of oats, wheat, bar. lay, potatoes and hay I beheld in the 4ettlements made me very eager tfo~ piece of this rich soil, and I soon lo *ated in the Goose Lake coimtry. We have here a great stretch of the rich, deep clay loam of the Saskatchewan a soil heavy and hard to break, but particularly well adapted for the re 'tention of moisture and production of the bright No. 1 hard wheat, and great crops of oats, barley, flax and po •tatoes. I had 60 bushels of oats, weighing 441 lb. to the bushel, per acre. Some of my neighbors had still greater yields. Wheat yielded from 20 to 80 bushels per acre. We have all done well here, and I could name meany Americans who c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 March 1909

OBBI BY tDWARD B. . DRAWINGSY DyDEARBORNtL . A SHINGTON.-Whenever the statement is made that during the sessions of congress Washington is full of lobbyists, it seems that the general impression created is that a horde of men bent on preventing the pas sage of good legislation has descended up on the capitol. The word lobbyists seeming ly has come to mean only one thing. In truth lobbyists are of two kinds, the kind that wants to prevent the passage of legis I laion that is inimical to private interest. and the kind that wants to secure the pas sage of legislation that will redound or that it is supposcd will redound to the public good. In the hotels of this city it is an easy matter to pick out the in dividuals of one species of lobbyist. They bear the ear-marks of their bueiineSs and it may be said that one of these ear marks or dinarily is in appearance of sleek prosperity. It is impossible to pick out the individuals of the other species of lobbyist unless you happen to be the k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 March 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. . . Weekly Newspcaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of JN'orthern Montana and Especially of the MilAk River JValley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, MARCH 31, 1909. No. 45. 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. a COUNTY OFFICERS Senator J. L. TRUSCOTT of Glasgow. Representative FRANK G. ARNETTof Culbertson. S Couuty Commissioners- r WM. MCBRIL)E of Culbertson. A. DAVIDSON of Malta. J, T. FARRIS of Hinsdale. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN of Glasgow. Sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 March 1909

LO IT EI~dSXtGll~ OTES for women." The v peer who could have been apprehended ut tering those words 100 years ago in England < would have been ostra cized by society - by I men and women alike. i But scan the situation to-day and you will find that we suffragettes have nearly won our battle. Perhaps it seems far from victory to Americans who have been following the struggle which we have been conduct ing in our own way, but let mt say right here that "votes for women" is in my mind a certainty within a de cade. The idea has been driven home among the men who are the ruling powers of Great Britain and they can not help but see the beauty of our arguments. This opening of a vista of light in the stubborn minds of the men who construct English law is to the suffragettes a certain indication that if the fight is carried on in the next few years with the same vigorous measures which have marked the pursuit of votes by the feminine Brit ish of the past few years, our cause is won. It i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 March 1909

p ID~ yUo rr~·rr~mruw~mmmrrurumm--------- He Instructs the Prince Gee, but I never have any luck, so you could notice it, not for any length of time. I suppose fathers are a necessity in this world, and I would be the last person in the world to advocate a law to do away with fathers entirely, but they are certainly wearing on a boy. If I should die and go to heaven, and I began to get acquainted with the other angels, and had begun to enjoy myself playing lawn tennis with the beautiful angels of the girl kind, or any other game that is fauhionable ,there, or was playing spin the top or mumblety peg in the golden streets, and had loosened a nice block of gold pavement and was just putting it in my pistol pocket, Pa would show up in the most outlandish clothes and try to flirt with the angels, and say, "Hello, Mabel, your hair is not in style," or he would search me and take my gold brick out of my pocket to sell to some granger from the earth, or he would call me by name in the pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 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 Rev. Leonard J. ('hristler was a MIalta visitor Saturday. Mrs. Sadie F. Black is in our city visiting Mrs. John A. Ebaugh. Dan McKay, tlhe afflle Glasgow contractor, was in our city Saturlday. County Surveyor W. II. Mann has been in Malta and vicinity this week attending to the duties of his oflice. FOR SALE About 100 head of mixed cattle. In quire of Wim. Mayberry at Malta or at Bowdoin. Four-room house for rent after April 1st. Inquire of Mrs R. J. Howerton. The pupils of the Malta school are practicing and rehearsing for an en tertainment in the near future. Miss Ellen Tweedie visited her sis ter, Miss Annie Tweedie, at Saco last Thursday and incidentally attended the band concert and dance. We will run a small Buck band on White Water ('reek. Any one wish ing fat Bucks this fall list them with Sowers ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 March 1909

The First StateBank MALTA, MONT. MAKE AN EASTER RECTELER OFFERING at The First State Bank. Then you'll not have to worry about the safety of your money. If you haven't very much to worry about all the more reason why you should make sure of its safety. So start with what you have and sleep easy hereafter. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. BALL, Cashier. DIRECTORS; S. MclKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris " F. W. Hall MALTA IN BRIEF Father Saisone will conduct servi ces at the Catholic church next Sun day, April 4th, at the usual time. The Malta orchestra is making ex tensive prepartions to give a grand Easter ball, April 12th, in Garland's Opera House. Work has again been started on the Dodson-Malta-Glasgow canal. There being at present about forty teams at work, and a number of other contrac tors are expected to resume work im mediately. T. C. Usher of Vancouver, British Colubia, who has recently retu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 March 1909

Malta Enterprlse. Published by T1E MALTA EESIEPB SE PRS.3. CO., INC. M. T. CRAMER, Ma5. HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. CONGRESSIONAL. The Republican insurgents in the house have prepared to fight any rule that will limit amendments to the tariff bill. The attention of congress is to be called again to the alleged mistreat ment of some American subjects in Russia. Representative Sheppard of Texas has introduced a joint resolu tion requesting the president of the United States to renew negotiations with the Russian government. Following the two-day speech of Mr. Payne, Champ Clark, minority leader of the house, began his bombardment of the tariff bill. The Democrats in a caucus in Washington decided that hereafter members of the party in the house must abide by the action of a two thirds majority or be read out of the party. The Democrats of the house ways and means committee in a minority report say the tariff bill is crude and if enacted into law wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 March 1909

S::NARAH'S MAN By EDGAR WHITE (Copyright, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) ,. • m m fImmnI I I • u In the buoyant days when the ter ritorial land boomers were hypnotiz ing the people of the eastern and mid dle states by the trainload with brass bands and free lager beer, Cornelius Cadogan, "moonicipal conthractor," went out with a crowd of "th' b'y's" to view the birth of "Royal Capital," and -- take part in the event. There was a flag-pdle and a native 1 in his shirt sleeves, seated on a log. By these heralds of commercial. enter prise the engineer was enabled to 1 know where to stop his train. The commissary was unloaded, and the boomers begati distributing maps of Royal Capital, so the citizens might not lose their way. These exhibits indicated with honest distinctiveness " where the divisionshops, round houses, union depot, federal building, hotels, cotton gins, mills, saloons and other auxiliaries to metropolitan develop, ment were to be located, and all that was necessary for the stra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 March 1909

HUNTING OF" HERRES -By Geo. T. Pardy I SANCTIMONIOUS COUNTENANCE, "CHET-BLACK-MUSTANCHE" AND A WISE SLEUTH R. J. K. HERRES, JR., of the town of Elmira, coun ty of WaterloJ. Canada, was a dapper young man of sanctimonious coun tenance, and the posses. sor of a long silken, black mustache with drooping ends of which he was excessively proud. By profes sion he was a school teacher, and his father kept a country store and was re puted to be well-to-do. When the young er Herres was not engaged in impart ing knowledge in juveniles, or singing German songs, he was fond of flitting about the country in search of amor. ous adventures, being what is gen erally known as a "ladies' man." He was by no means a favorite with the male contingent, for his effeminate, lackadaisical manners were not calcu lated to endear him to the average man. Indeed he was so much of a fop in appearance that one would never im agine him to be marked for the central figure in a stirring event where a whole town turne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 April 1909

THE 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, APRIL 7, 1909. No. 46, DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS Congressman CHARLES N. PRAY of Chouteau. Governor EDWIN L. NORRIS of Helena. ELeutenant Governor W. R. ALLEN of Deer Lodge. Associate Justice W. L. HOLLOWAY of Gallatin. lecretary of State A. N. YODER of Silver Bow. Attorney General A. J. GALEN of Lewis and Clark. Treasurer E. E. ESSELSTYN of Carbon. Auditor B. R. CUNNINGHAM of Silver Bow. Buperintendent of Public Instruction W. E. HARMON of Gallatin. Railroad Commissioners DAN BOYLE of Park, Six-yeartermn. 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 Glasgow. 3heriff S. C. SMA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 April 1909

jo~ HE SQUARES HIS PA It is always the darkest hour just before the alarm clock begins to stut ter in the morning. When I realized what happened yesterday, Pa butting into the kaiser's private grounds in his confounded run about airship, which was treason pun ishable with death, it made me sick, cause Pa has 4o more respect for roy alty than a tramp, and when the sol diers confiscated the airship and cut the silk airbag for horse blankets, and put Pa and the cowboy into box stalls in the barn under guard, and every German around the place looked as though they would murder the in truders, I felt as though it was all off, and that Pa and the cowboy would be buried in Mr. Potter's field, and I would be left without a friend. I cried some at the Joke on Pa, but when the prince sent me to the dog kennel and a servant tossed a bundle of straw and a dog biscuit to me, I broke down, and just bellered. Life has always had many surprises and quick changes for me, but I never fell from a pala...

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

Y ONES and twos-S '"L M steady stream-the ":,. : t., Barmy of the Ameri can hoboes, 100,000 "i' ý strong, is drifting back to the country side. It has already started; it will be fore the last of this host has left the cities. All summer long these men will be traveling "deadhead" throughout the Uni ted States, working here and there a few days, but always moving on to the far-away fields that looked green. They will help gather the berries, the hops, the hay and the harvests. They will wander as far west as the coast and as far south as the Gulf of Mexico. All the men in this army are not "tramps," in the common accep- . - tance of the word, for some are willing to work. Therefore the real / _______ winter in jail or in the workhouse. The workhouse is ill named; there is no / ýý work to be done .., there. Others "work the missions"-"go u'I'( a ijii,>(lllliji4'illLýllfýttýi't(IiijIýll , 'round the Horn,", A~llUIM)1'~flil1W~'1~I~ilq~IL'they call it. There st p are over twoscore mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 April 1909

THE ENTE RP RISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana,asSecond Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County LOCAL NEWS The Easter Ball April .12. It. J. Hlowerton is home from Zortman. Mr. and Mrs. Amos iihile havei moved onto their ranch near Malta. Frank Bronwk and faimiily towved to Boundary the first of the week. Louis Frank of Haeth was in Malta the latter part of last week buying supplies. We will run a small Buck band on White Water Creek. Any one wish ing fat Bucks will list them with Sowers Bros. FOR SALE About 100 head of mixed cattle. In quire of Win. Mayberry at Malta or at Bowdoin. Mr. and Mrs Milo LaRock of Hiar lem, visited with Mr. and Mr. Ed. Pierson the first of this week. Milo leaves for his Cowan ranch tomorrow where Mrs. LaRock will go later. Mrs. R. M. Trafton and Miss Lillian D. Harris, county superintendent of schools, drove out to Cowan last Wednesday morning, where they vis ited the school and ret...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 April 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. SEND YOUR BOY TO THE - BANK If you are too busy to come yourself. But the importance of keeping a check account in a safe bank can not be over-estimated. Our methods are c onservative and your money is safe when you place it in the Bank Safe Deposit Boxes to rent for a reasona ble charge per year. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. a ALL, 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 IN BRIEF A. Davidson went to Havre Satur day to attend to some business mat ters. Jim Baker and family have moved out to the Circle Diamond ranch down on Beaver. Attorney Geo. E. Hurd of Glasgow, was in our city Friday attending to legal business. Mrs. Clarence Brockway, of Dod son, visited relatives in town the lat ter part of last week, leaving for her home Monday. H. H. Nelson and George Camp bell left for Kansas City Saturday last where they will buy mules...

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

Malta Enterprise. a Published by Thu MALTA EW..RPR.BE PU- CO., IR. u M. T. CRAMER, MoR- ti b; C te H APPENINGS OF AWEEK _ f t Latest News Told t in Briefest and F Best Form. t CONGRESSIONAL. President Taft is in favor of the creation of a tariff bureau at this ses sion of congress. t Members of the house of representa tives already are beginning to specu late upon their individual chances of securing choice committee assign. ments, which are expected to be made Just before the present special session of congress ends. Representatives Fordney of Michi gan and Byrd of Mississippi, nearly came to blows on the floor of the house in an argument over the tariff bill. PERSONAL. F. W. De Wolf succeeded Dr. H. F. Bain as state geologist at Champaign, Ill. Isaac Foster Mack, after 40 years as editor of the Sandusky Daily Reg ister, retired and was succeeded by his brother, John T. Mack. Admiral Prince Henry of Prussia will retire next fall from the position of commander-in-chief of the navy, ...

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