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

ýrom C rap.egyriht, by Uawest Uadewood. N. Y. "Every day is a fresh beginning, Every day is the world made nemw. Madonna Lilies and Other Flowers That Are Sacred In these sunny V. days life grows re orient from the dust, a latent con caciousness of wings stirs in the buried seed, and as if from very gladness of heart the sap in the naked trees mounts upward, ever upward, into the golden light. The tiny leaves, close-clasped together in the bud, flutter timidly apart, to grow brave ly green, and flaunt their col or on the passing breeze. The maple tree in the yard now hears a voice out of the un seen, calling from the blue skies, bidding it come up higher, and gladly does it make answer in the green tassels and shining leaves, telling of new growth and broader horizon. Out on the old arbor, the rough and scraggy grapevine is sending forth little gray tendrils, reaching farther toward heaven and away from the earth that hides its foothold. How blithely does nature echo forth her yearl...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 April 1909

The "Black Hand" at Tony's By GEORGE F. BUTLER and HERBERT ILSLEY Dr. Furnivall in the Solution of a Perplexing Case. N the 12th of July at two o'clock in the morning "Little Italy" was startled by a sound that sent its constituent parts tum bling out of bed and scamper ing about as if demented. It was the report of an explosion, like that of a gun discharged suddenly in the silence of the night. While women in nightclothes ran wildly here and there, squalling babies in arms, and men nearly naked vociferated excit edly and rushed for weapons, three things happened in front of No. 110 with the suddenness of a flash of lightning. A first-floor window vom ited a policeman to the sidewalk, the door flew open disclosing another po liceman in the entry, and the near-by alley emitted a breathless third. Meeting at the foot of the stairway, these three officers regarded each other blankly. "He took the stairs-where is he, Murphy?" gasped the one who had come by way of the window. "Man, I te...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 April 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. -II I .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identfled with those of Northr .m Montana and Especially of the ,Kilk River Yalley VoL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, APRIL 14 1909. No. 47. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS oagresuman CHARLES N. PRAY of Chouteau. Governor EDWIN L. NORRIS of Helena. -leutenant Governor W. R. ALLEN of Deer Lodge. suoeciate Justice W. L. HOLLOWAY of Gallatin. Secretary of State A. N. YODER of Silver Bow. Attorney General A. J. GALEN of Lewis and Clark. freasurer E. E. ESSELSTYN of Carbon. Auditor II. 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 lenator J. L. TRUSCOTT of Glasgow. Representative FRANK G. ARNETTof Culbertson. Couuty Commissioners WM. MCBRIDE of Culberteon. A. DAVIDSON of Malta. J. T. FARRIS of Hinsdale. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN of Glasgow. Sheriff S....

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 April 1909

ED DC 1 EDD P By.EDWARD W PICA LITTLE piece of Holland flung half way across the world into the Caribbean sea. Glaring streets, yellow houses, blue houses,green houses, all daintily outlined in white as to their ) doors, windows and gables; canals crowd ed with odd varieties of vessels and spanned by quaint toll-bridges. And all as neat and clean and bright as soap and water and paint can make it. That is Willem stadt, the port and capital of Curacao, and one of the most picturesque spots in all the picturesque West Indies. Long years ago it was a favorite resort of the pirates and buccaneers that infested the Spanish main. Into TJSCHOTTZQA7 C'L/JAQ CURAC'AO, FORTJ OF WILMLE1J TH. HXAR5OR, WILLEr_/ TAD its harbor-lake these bloody sea-rovers- sailed with rich cargoes captured from the ill-fated merchant men that had fallen into their hands and the stores of gold and goods from plundered cities on the mainland. The place was safe from all pursuers and there the pirates divided their ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 April 1909

BELERAL BOOTH IS 80 YEARS OLD SALVATION ARMY CELEBRATES THE ANNIVERSARY. ALL LANDS DO HIM HONOR Day is Marked In America by Launch. Ing of His Plan for a University of Humanity. New Yot.--With great mass meet lngs in every city and rejoicing whent ever its soldiers are found, the Salva tion Army on Saturday celebrated the eightieth birthday of its founder and commander-in-chief, Gen. William Booth.- All the Christian world par tiolpated in the occasion, for every where the venerable philanthropist is honored for his deeds for unfortunate humanity. Gen. Booth himself presided over several monster mass meetings in * London. His advanced age and the fact that he was operated on recently for cataract did not deter him from taking part in the celebrations held by his devoted soldiers. University of Humanity Launched. In America the day was marked especially by the launching of another of Gen. Booth's original schemes for social reform in the United States. At every post of the army was a...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 April 1909

THE ENTE RPRISE' THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Ic. Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana,asSecond Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County LOCAL NEWS Subscribe for THE ENTERPRISE. Read Geo. W. Hlewitt's new advt. and locals. Harry Cosner spent Sunday at the County Seat. Swiss Bell Ringers at the M. E. church April 22. Fred St. I1111i transacted busines at Dodson Tuesday. Price & Schuster have sold five Raymond Windmills in Malta re cently. Miss Maggie Davidson went to Saco today to visit relatives and friends. Holly S, Benjamin of Everett, Wash., is visiting at the home of R. M. Reichel. Atty. James Wilson attended to some business matters at the County Seat Monday. See changes in advts. of E. E. Cro fut, State Nursery Co., First State Bank and the Malta Dry Goods Co. There will be rare sweet strains of music rendered by the Swiss Bell Ringers at the Methodist church April 22. Attorney John A. Tressler and Deputy Sheriff Ott Cassady drove to Zortman ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 April 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. WHEN YOUR BANK BOOK IS BALANCED at the end of a year nobody will have to tell you the advantage of saving. You'll know it and feel it when you see the comfortable sum to your cred it. You never heard anybody say he was sorry he had money. Start having some yourself by opening an account with The First State Benk. You'll thank us for the suggestion a year from now. .... HB. 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 IN BRIEF At the last annual city election held in Chinook the taxpayers grant ed a franchise for an electric light plant to R. W. Stamm. The matter of lighting Chinook with electricity has been agitated for several years and now that definite action has been taken the work of installing the plant will be commenced very soon and expects to be completed before winter sets in. Notice to Sh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 April 1909

Malta Enterprise. Published by Two MALTA ENTERPB:SF P.'i. CO., INC. M. T. CRAMER, MG.. HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. CONGRESSIONAL. The house adopted an amendment by Mr. Norris of Nebraska, making the duty on crude oil one per cent. ad valorem, which practically puts it on the free list. The house adopted the Fordney amendment striking out of the Payne tariff bill the countervailing duty on lumber. Mr. Clark of Florida, a Democrat, in a speech on the tariff bill in the house, repudiated William J. Bryan, whom he called a "Populist leader." The house of representatives adopt ed the rule limiting debate and amend ments on the tariff bill and requiring a vote at three o'clock on the afternoon of April 9. The senate confirmed the appoint ment of Charles Dyer Norton of Chi cago to be assistant secretary of the treasury. Mr. Norton was sworn in at once. Fears for a protracted tariff fight in the senate began to disappear when it was announced that the mi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 April 1909

a -.' J p ý 0O ý ýST HE RETURNS HOME Home again from a foreign shorel Gee, but I have heard that old song sung a thousand times but never re alized what it meant, and I had rather hear some rag time music, any time, ,but after being away from this little ,old United States for nearly a year, in Africa and every other dark conti nent that we could find, sailing in air ships and on bum steamers, and. see ing no flag that I cared two whoops for, to sail into old New York harbor, and have the statue of liberty get up in her nightie on a bright morning at daylight and seem to be waving a bath towel as a welcome, and smiling a breezie smile, and waving a sure enough torch, I just "Peuuked" and the tears came to my eys, but what settled me the worst was to have the American flags run up on the fort and everywhere at sunrise, with the beauti ful colors seeming to say, "Come on, you wandering duffers, and take up your work at home after your vaca tion, and get busy, .cause we are in need of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 April 1909

SIPI d9 '7gb Ara~p ( ~ZZZ-~ .;;; ASHINGTON.-The senate of A the United States has in its keeping an official document which contains one of the most splendidly graphic sto ries of Indian fighting ever written. The story in part is the account given by Gen. George A. For syth of his fight with- the Sioux and the Cheyennes under the famous chief, Roman Nose, in eastern Colorado in the year 1868. Gen. Forsyth went into the army from his native city, Chicago. He is now living in Washington. The odds against his force in the fight with the band of Roman Nose were 20 to 1, and as the senate document has it though this part of it was not written by Forsyth-the battle "was a splendid example of the hardihood, courage and capacity to adapt themselves to circumstances which so generally mark the conduct of American troops on the frontier." One of Gen. Forsyth's subor dinate officers in the battle was Lieut. Frederick H. Beecher, a nephew of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. Lieut. Beecher fought heroi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 April 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper W/wse Interests are Identified with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Milk Rivei1 Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, APRIL 21 1909. No. 48. 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 tern. 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. County Commissioners WM. MCBRIIE of Culbertson. A. DAVIDSON of Malta. J. T. FARRIS of Hinedale. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN of Glasgow. Sheriff S. C. SMA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 April 1909

The Shears of Destiny By CLINTON DANGERFIELD (Copyright, by J. B. Lippincott Co.) Contempt sat scornfully on Wey man's fine features, contempt tinged strongly with cynical amusement, as he watched the jostling throng of women ever thickening towards the center of the store. Up and down the broad aisles of Blank Bros.' first floor stalked a red headed floor-walker, not without cyn ical amusement himself, chanting his directions in a loud, insistent voice which penetrated everywhere, chal lenging attention from enraptured shoppers at the different counters and sending them flying for a place in line at the "Five-Minute Shears Sale." As the seller held up the first pair of shears the women massed madly towards him. Hats were knocked side ways, giving their owners a decidedly tipsy appearance, toes were trodden nn violently and skirts were divorced from -aiiv clasping belts. "The doiu. 'ant human desire," mut tered Weyman, "to get something for nothing! No doubt they could dupli cate th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 April 1909

73eating the 73ookier By JOHN IRVING DAY In the 'Realm of fHifh and Lotv Finance tell you, Danny, it's hard- 1 * g ly worth the candle. The police are keeping a close a watch on pool rooms and 1 are liable to nab the 4 whole bunch before you 1 could turn a trick." Doe I Floyd, master mind of the High Rollers' club, was uttering words of wisdom to Danny Roberts, player of juvenile roles it the e drama enacted by the members of the club. "But, old man, I've juA to sell the professor a package, and there's noth ing that would be so easy He's bugs on the races. I've met him and got his confidence, and he d'esn't know that I've got it in for hin so hard that I'm going to make him take the high jump." "But why have you got to resort to the old 'wire game' to land him?" ques tioned Floyd. "And you haven't told me what gave you your grouch against him. Tell me about it." "Well, if you only knew him, you wouldn't need to ask why anyone wouldn't want to hand him a package," replied Danny. * *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 April 1909

THE ENT ER PRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. luc. Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, as Second Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County LOCAL NEWS A. W. Schilling was attending to some business at llavre ).&t Thurs day. The LadXea' Aid lcciety will meet with Mis. lIonief F. Cox tomorrow (Thunsday) ofternoon. esdames Thos. Kelly and A. J. Barrett of Dodson, were shopping in Malta the first of the week. I will run a Bluck herd this summer and will gather at Malta and deliver at Malta. G. L. PARTRIDGE, The Bloom Cattle Co's outfit from the T Down ranch in Canada, were in town Tuesday after supplies. Miss Grace McGregor of Hinsdale, visited the latter part of last week with her sister, Mrs. C. E. Secrest, in this city. County Surveyor W. II. Mann was up from the county seat a couple of days the first of the week, looking after ranch interests north of town. We will run a small Buck band on White Water Creek. Any one wish ing fat Bucks will list the...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 April 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. THE DOOR OF SUCCESS r r" opens easily to those who know how to take care of their money. Deposi tors in The First State Bank are cer taiuly of that class. They know their cash is safe from either thieves or fire. They can give all their mind to their affairs without having to worry about their money. The more you think of the matter SANK the better an account of your own O must seem. U. G. Rohinron, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. HALL, Cashier. DIRECTORS; 8. McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall MALTA IN BRIEF See change in M. E. Church an nouncement. See change in the advt. of the Montana Nursery Co. Carl Dodge of Harlem, is visiting in our city this week. John Survant made a business trip to North Dakota last Saturday. Tom McDonald, stock inspector, was a business visitor in Malta last Monday. A. Davidson was at Glasgow last Saturday evening to attend Masonic lodge meet...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 April 1909

Malta Enterprise. Published by TIM MALTA EN!ERlPRlSE PUQ . CO.. INC. M T. CRAMER. MSS. BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOR THEBUSY MAN MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OP THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM. ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review of Happenings of Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe-Latest Home and For. eign Items. CONGRESSIONAL. President Taft sent a message to congress urging a change in the tariff laws governing trade between the Philippines and foreign countries. The tariff bill was reported to the senate by the finance committee and debate will begin Thursday. The tariff bill was presented to the senate by the finance committee and the battle begun by the upper branch of congress. The house of representatives by a vote of 217 to 161 passed the Payne tariff bill. PERSONAL President Taft attended a meeting of the Yale University corporation at New Haven. Brig. Gen. Frederick A. Smith, the junior brigadier of the army, who has been at San Francisco on waiting or ders, was ordered ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 April 1909

Wr~ Na I No Press Agent Now at the White House Put W ASHINGTON.-In the giving out of the news at the White House perhaps the most striking departure from the Roosevelt methods has been shown since March 4. The day of the "fair-haired boy," as the Roosevelt newspaper favorites were locally (and perhaps enviously) known, has passed. There are no press agents of the administration, or If there are they do not appear as such at the White House. Mr. Taft had not been president very long before he announced that he would cease seeing newspaper rep resentatives with the same freedom they had been accustomed to at the White House. The first version of this was that when he had anything to communicate to the newspapers he would send for representatives and talk, to them, but that at other times he did not care to see them. Either this was not his position or be soon modified it. Now the practice is to see newspaper representatives by appointment, and when the inter view is sought the preside...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 April 1909

LI.N. e.F' wT or P1war III'" / I /tA J '[5 *iL '# y."4y.1t I 3T' Yr gj v WAhO inAJCvj2Y x / ~TO _ APAAS OcOYR/ 19H71 90i %~ W 'IZO \, AWr l r t ' TTý'^ a~ HE ocean disaster which Tresulted in the loss of the steamship Republic, and the prominent part played in the rescue work by the United States steamship Seneca has served to focus public attention for the first time upon a magnifi cent new government ves sel-perhaps the most nov el and interesting craft fly ing the stars and stripes. This newcomer, the Seneca by name, is officially designated a "derelict de stroyer" and not only is she a novelty among American ocean-going craft, but is unique in the world, being the first and only vessel of the kind ever designed or constructed. The primary function of the Seneca is, of course, indicated by her title, "derelict de stroyer," but the usefulness of the powerful vessel is by no means con fined to the removal of derelicts, wrecks or other menaces to naviga tion, as was eloquently prove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 April 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .1 Weekly Newspaper Whose Irterests are Identifled with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Mkille River Valley VoL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, APRIL 28 1909. No. q,0 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. I COUNTY OFFICERS 1 Senator J. L. TRUSCOTT of Glasgow. t Representative- r FRANK G. ARNETT of Culbertson. e Couuty Commissioners WM. MCBRIDE of Culbertson, A. DAVIDSON of Malta. J. T. FARRIS of Hinsdale. h County Attorney- C THOMAS DIGNAN of Glasgow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 April 1909

LA VENDER By LIZETTE WOODWORTH REESE (Copyright, by J. B. Lippincott Co.) Old John Davis came along Southern Lane in the early dusk and stopped in front of the house nearest the church yard. He stood a moment and stared across at it. "I can smell them bushes out here," he said. "My, ain't they sweet!" He crossed to the gate and entered. A long, straight path led up to the lit tle sloping-roofed, shutterless house. It faced the rich yellow west, and its windows were the color of those of a cathedral. "Is that you, Mr. Davis?" He came to a halt; "Yes, it's me, Xis' Field." A slender old woman came around the corner of the house and eyed him distantly for a moment. Her face was small and dark; her eyes were dark. A certain breathlessness, as though that of expectancy. hung about her. "I seen you coming," she said briefly; "I guess you come for the lavender." "Yes, Mis' Field, that's what I want." He followed her back to a grassy space hedged in on two sides by tall lavender bushes, bri...

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