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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 April 1909

Countess Cassini to Go Into Opera WASHINGTON.-Countess Margue rite Cassini, well known in Ameri ca as the adopted daughter of the for mer Russian ambassador at Wash ington of that name, who has practic ally run the whole gamut of social pleasures, is determined to go olrthe operatic stage. In Paris she has been studying singing with Jean de Reszke. Of course the friends of the young countess are much excited over her newest idea, which is absorbing her mind just now. Her voice is said to be of good quality. Countess Cassini, in accomplish ments, has been termed "the most wonderful girl in America." in the hy perbole of scores of magazines and Sunday supplements. As a member of the diplomatic set, the famous belle of theRussian embassy in Washing ton became a chum of Mrs. Nicholas Longworth and Miss Katherine El kins, and achieved immense popular ity. She is now about 25 years of age, but when only 20 it was said of her Club Savants Hear Story of Naked Chicks HAIRI GROWE R (40e1 T lE...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 April 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 Saturday is May 1)ay. Clarence Brockway was up from Dodson over Sunday. Hiis wife is gaining strength daily. I will run a Buck herd this summer and will gather at Malta and deliver at NI alta. G. L.PAWRIHID( :E, Lester Miller, from -Colorado, a nep1ew of Mrs. W. J. Tressler, is in our city visiting his relatives. Toe summer term of school at Straiter northeast of Malta will open next Monday, May 3rd, with Miss Annie Tweedie as teacher. John Ritchie of Zortman, was in Malta Tuesday, making application for final proof on his homestead east of town. The contest case of the Government vs T. E. Brady of the Great Falls outfit, which was to have been held at Glasgow April 26th, has been post poned to December 9th, 1909. This locality was visited with a fine rain yesterday which late last night turned to snow. S...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 April 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. Open An Account in The First State Bank for your son. * The first start in life towards wealth and riches consists in saving a little at a time. The first State Bank not \' r only guarantees absolute security for . all money deposited with them, but 1 pays 5 per cent interest on savings accounts. You can open an account with a deposit of one dollar. H. G. Rohbinson, 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 M. J. Larson went to Dodson Sun day. D. E. Roarty. representing the In t ernational Correspondence Schools of Scranton, Pa., was in Malta Mon day. John Ebaugh went out on the road again Monday after having been at home with his family for several days. Notice to Sheepmen;-Those desir ing to have their sheep sheared at Phillips & Whitcomb Shearing Cor rals should book their flocks at Caselberg's ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 April 1909

Malta Enterprise. Puhlitshd by T'3 MALTA IEhT PR.sE FU3. CO., INC. W. T. CRAMER, 1%3ka. BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOR THE BUSY MAN MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM. ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD t t Complete Review Of Happenings of t Greatest Interest from All Parts of r the Globe-Latest Home and For. sign Items. J WASHINGTON NEWS. I h Senator Cummins of Iowa intro duced an amendment to the Payne- a Aldrich tariff bill providing for an in- c come tax, which, he said, would pro duce $40,000,000 in revenue. d President Taft ordered Attorney U General Wickersham to investigate b charges made against the Harriman s railroads by the senators and one rep- ci resentative of Utah. Senator Tillman of South Carolina bi caused a sensation in Washington by M calling on President Taft. to The senate rejected the conference ci report on the census bill because it re failed to include the McCumber at amendment. Representative Scott of Kansas has pr prepared a bill to be introduced in t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 April 1909

THE WAYOF LOVE By PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR (Copyright, by J. 3. Lippincott Co.) John Hardaway was not a bad man. He did not steal, he did not lie-that is, not more than an honest young lawyer should-and his morals were above reproach. In spite of a certain haughty reserve of demeanor, which accorded ill with the simplicity of Dorbury, he was fairly well liked by the townspeople, and the fact that he was one of the unregenerate would hardly have penetrated their placid minds had it not been for the wonder. ful wave of religious enthusiasm that swept over the village that winter. John Hardaway was not a profess ing Christian, although he attended church regularly on Sunday, joined -in the singing (maybe that was be cause he held to one side of Ellen Hargot's hymn-book), and paid his dues as a young man with ambitions ought to do. But when the Free Meth .odist church inaugurated a protracted meeting his doom stared him in the face. The Free Methodists were deter mined to convert the whole ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 April 1909

11 1o 3 . T ~ 0 ULL4LDWAy ~MT1P~Y CL IK ASHINGTON .-Memories of In- T A T H dian wars fade ra ildly from the - - minds of all persons who were not actively engaged in the hos tilities. In the east the troubles : .i,,~ n.,, the frontier held the attention and """ the interest but for the moment. No easterner ever gave R' full credit to the of ticers and the men of the United States army who faced danger after danger and withstood hardship after hardship with precious lit tie hope of any reward save the consciousness of duty well done. It is probable that not one person in a hundred can name the battle fought only 18 years ago and in which the casualties to the small force of the regu lar army engaged amounted to 90 men killed and wounded. That battle was the battle of Wounded Knee, and to-day it is nearly lost to the recollec tion of the masses. There are several officers now stationed in Washington who had a part in that Dakota fight. The fight between Col. Forsythe's men of the Sev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 May 1909

TH:E ENTERPRISE. 4 Weekly Newspaper Wh.nse In~terest atre Identifled with those of Northern Io, tstan and Espeeially of the ,lill/ River Valley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, MAY ', 1909. No. 50. i i i- ii i 11 1 i i 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 C'ommissioners 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. MCBRIUE of Culbertson. A. DAVIDSON of Malta. J. T. FARRIS of Hinsdale. County Attorney THOM AS DIGNAN o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 May 1909

THE NTE RPRISE THt 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 Bob Moore of the Moore Telephone Co., is upl fro'm Glasgow today. 'Ihe Parker Moving Picture Show will give an entcrtaitnment at the Garland tonight. 1)r. Hamilton was called to )Dod-i son by the serious illncss of the little d(laugier of Mr. T'hlerk. Rev. t:ather Sansone will c( nduct mass at the Malta Catholic church next Sunday at the usual hour. H-, M. Savage of Helena, and H. H. Nelson of Vandalia, are in the city today discussing the big ditch question. The Malta Cornet Band and Or chectra wish to thank the Ladies Club for the sum of money recently donated to them. Senator J. L. Trusoott of Glasgow, was in Malta Tu.sday to atten i a meeting of the Lower Milk River Water Csers' Association. Monday, Mrs. James Riddle leftfor Texas where she will visit with two of her daughters. She has spent some month...

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

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. Open An Account in The First State Bank for your son. The first start in life towards wealth and riches consists in saving a little at a time. The first State Bank not* \ only guarantees absolute security for all money deposited with them, but i .pays 5 per cent interest on savings accounts. You can open an account with a deposit of one dollar. 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 REPORT OF THE CODINTION OF -THE FIRST STATE BANK OF MALTA at Malta, in the State of Mgntana, at the close of business, April 28th, 1909. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, 165,823.93 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 1,496.20 Bonds and Warrants 1,148.47 168,5(18.60 Stocks and securities 250.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 11.500.00 Other real estate owopd 1,714.26 Cash reserve in bank. viz: Specie $ 1,786.06 Curr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 May 1909

Malta Enterprise. Publi, l uod b. TfN MALTA ENTi:RPR SE I4: CO.. INC. -:. T. CRAMER., M..U HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. WASHINGTON NEWS. Senator Cummins of Iowa and Sena tor Culberson of Texas agreed that there is little chance of congress adopting the former's amendment to the tariff bill -which provides for an income tax. Prospects for the president's pro posed trip through' the west during the coming summer assumed a brighter hue, Chairman Tawney of the house appropriations committee announcing after a conference with Mr. Taft that he would offer a bill ap propriating $25,000 for the president's traveling expenses. Senator Bailey of Texas denounced the principle of protective tariff as unfair in a two-day speech in the sen ate. Senator Smith of Michigan, incog nito, successfully defended a Detroit negro in the police court in Washing ton. A resolution introduced in the sen ate by Senator La Follette calls for data on duties imposed by the Unite...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 May 1909

GREAT CONGRESS OF PEACE WORKERS HELD IN CHICAGO Thaouands of the Opponents of Warfare, Including Many Dlitinguished Diplomats and Statesmen, Gather to Discuss Disarmament and Worldwide Arbitration. Chicago.-Every civilized country on the globe was represented in the sec ond National Peace Congress, which began here Monday. The gathering was the greatest of its kind ever held in America, and brought to Chicago some 25,000 persons who are zealous workers in the cause of world-wide peace. Among these were eminent statesmen and diplomats of this and -other nations. Unfortunately, official duties prevented both President Taft, the honorary president, and Secretary of War Dickinson, the president of the congress, from being present. On Sunday there were special serv ices in most of the Chicago churches, peace meetings under the auspices of socialist and labor organizations, and a large mass meeting which was ad d*ressed by President Schurman of Cornell university, Rev. Jenkins Lloyd Jones...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 May 1909

Kidnaping of"Baldy" By GEORGE T. PARDY Archibald Drinkwater's Episode in Which John Wilson Murray Figured RCHIBALD DRINKWATER A of Owen Sound was a man well known to the country folk in the prov. ince of Ontario, Canada. His business was that of a traveling nurseryman, and he drove from county to county calling upon the farmers with the object of selling them trees and fancy shrubbery. He was a g, a letic fellow, of convivial dis position, with a host of friends and boon companions who had conferred upon him the nickname of Boldy Drink*ater-a sobriquet which he did not resent, and by which he was known everywhere he sojourned. As a salesman Baldy was a decided success, for he possessed an amount of bulldog persistency which usually attained its goal. When he approached a farmer with a proposition the chances were all against the rustic being able to evade his wiles. For Baldy would stick to and cajole his victim with artful tongue and lengthy argument until he had won his point. Few...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 May 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. 4 Weekly Newspaper Wh/ose Inrterests are Identified withl those of Northern Montana and Especially of the ý4iilk River T'alley VOL 11 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, MAY 12, 1909. No. .51. SUCCESSFUL DRY FARMING PROF. COOLEY GIVES VALU ABLE INFORMATION RE GARDING CULTURE The following valuable information from the pen of F. S. Cooley, Super intendent of the Farmers' Institute Association of Northern Montana, will doubtless interest our readers: The "old timer" says dry land farming is a failure except in occa sional good years. This is chiefly be cause land greed led men to spread over more territory than they can till well. I know a farmer in Montana who was nearly "all in" so far as credits and expectations of paying his land went. He was getting 12 to 15 bushels of wheat per acre and not quite paying expenses on 2,000 acres of bench land. Three years ago he didn't know whether his creditors were going to let him go on or sell him out, He got a Campbell's Soil Cultu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 May 1909

THE TWO SIDES OF HISTORY. Some Pertinent Observations Made by Writer Evidently Not Fond of Subject. History is a running account of how King Somebody-or-other either did or did not get to a certain place, which nobody over heard of, before King Somebodr-else got there, from which we are usually supposed to conclude that it would have made quite a differ ence whether he did not not. Like nearly everything else, history has two sides. The history of the Garden of Eden depends upon wheth er it is related by a man or a wom an. The history of the American rev olution reads quite different in Eng lish books from the way it reads in our own books. The history of the civil war depends upon which side of the Mason and Dixon line you happen to be sitting when you write it. History is a bore, not only because you are unacquainted with the people who figure in it, but because it repeats itself.-Life. RASH ALL OVER BOY'S BODY. Awful, Crusted, Weeping Eczema on Little Sufferer-A Score of Treat. m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 May 1909

Hitchcock Is Sartorial Masterpiece W ASHINGTON.-Frank H. Hitch. cock, postmaster general, is the sartorial masterpiece of this adminis tration. No statistics have been com piled on the number of clothes Mr. Hitchcock owns. Lost in admiring contemplation of their refined yet fetching splendor, few have been able to recall themselves to the mere mathematical aspects of the splendid procession of variegated vestments. Mr. Hitchcock is one of those men who wear their clothes well. He is particular that they be newly pressed and carefully dusted. He will stop in the midst of the most serious confer ence to draw up the port compartment of his trousers in avoidance of a menacing bag at the knee, adjusting it in the exact position to obviate the bag at the knee, and yet to prevent any unseemly wrinkling at the thigh. Thus elevated, the Hitchcock trouser invariably displays a modest segment of hosiery never known to depart from the rule that a correctly tailored man's hose must match his nec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 May 1909

THE ENTE RPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana,asSecond Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County While neither of the Glasgow pa per mentioned the fact, it is current ly reported that an iuspector repre senting the Civil Service ('ommission was in Glasgow last week investigat ing the alleged political activity of Deputy Inspector, .Jas. I1. Stevens. After election last fall Sheriff Small reported Mr. Stephens for per nicious activity in politics. Upon in vestigation Mr. Small's charges were not sustained and the matter was dropped. In the city election in Glasgow this spring the Democrats were badly split. Senator Truscott, George .E. Ilurd, Ed. D. Coleman, A. W. Mahon and all the other influential demo cratic leaders opposed Mayor Daw son's election an account of his past political entanglement and also fear ing that he would supplant them in the leadership of the famous (?) Dem ocratic organization of Valley co...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 May 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. The First State Bank is the Bar ter to Poverty Make the start now. Open a bank account to-day-in a very short while If you keep up the good work, you 1 will realize that you are independent. - h aighbtoc otatd The saving habit once contracted, continuing in this good rut, becomes an easy habit-second nature, as it were, and you will have a competence without much effort. FL G. Rfohinson, President U. i. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. tIALL, Cashier. DIRECTORS. S. Mclennan (eo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark. of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall LOCAL NEWS A. E. Stevens made a business trip to Dodson 7 uesday. Editor Adams of the Harlem News was a Malta visitor today. For Sale. A bunch of young pigs,-Inquire of A. Lafond. " Commissioner Farris of the Hinsdale Homeslead was in Malta today on business and also attended the pub licity meeting. Just as we go to press we learn of the nrar iage of F. E. Crofut and Mrs. Debora Carroll. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 May 1909

Malta Enterprise. Pul lished 10 TE1 MALTA IaT.RP5 s : rv r. CO. Izr. 1'T. CRAMERi, D.1LB IMPORTANT NEWS NOTES OF A WEEK LATEST HAPPENINGS THE WORLD OVER TOLD IN ITEMIZED FORM. EVENTS HERE AND THERE Condensed Into a Few Lines for the Perusal of the Busy Man Latest Personal Infor mation. WASHINGTON NEWS. S'nator Cummins of Iowa said the Payne-Aldrich tariff bill if passed would cause a political contest for an other revision. Mr. Murphy of Missouri, following a speech in the house, renewing his charges against Judges Philips and McPherson of the federal bench, said be would file impeachment proceed ings against the jurists. President Taft, following conference with senate and house leaders, was convinced that the tariff bill will not be passed before July 1. Senator Dolliver of Iowa delivered a telling speech against the tariff bill. Pedro Rojas, the new minister from Venezuela was presented to President Taft. The supreme court held the Hep burn interstate commerce act to be valid, bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 May 1909

TheFlood By Samuel Lincoln (Copyright, 1909, by Daily 5tory Pub. Co.) "Say," said Tommy, "did I ever tell you about the circus we had at our house the other night?" "No," said I, settling back in my chair, "let her rip." "Well," continued Tommy, "it was a peacherine, considering that the cen ter of disturbance was nothing but a china bathtub, like a canary bird's or a hotel vegetable dish-same blame thing-only larger. "Well, as I was saying, it was on a Saturday night, and I came home very early, about 2 a. m. I wasn't particu larly anxious for the folks to know what time I got in, as the dad had had a notion to mow down my allowance for a couple of moons past. He's al ways preaching about early worms and birds and opportunity and things. "I could see my fond parents wait ing up for me with tracts, but I braced the game and in I went Noth ing doing-no parental greeting- house like a tomb.. Then I heard a soft peep from the head of the stairs: 'Tommy, is that you?' "'Sure,' says I , ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 May 1909

Buy at Trafton's and Save the Difference Our many years of indefatigable efforts to please the people of Malta and the Milk River valley has taught us to carry in stock a great variety of Merchandise for the benefit of the public at prices within reach of all. Our merchandise is the best there is on the market. roc r ielr ~d epartii en riliisieoi ith r eO~S ahnr This isthe time of the year to buy Groceries arulyou Dry Goods, Clothing & Shoes Machinery you ante wagons fresh supply of all thN hest brands on the market. You Here is where we can please our customers who like nice We carry farm implements that have proved their value caul get canel goods here to your liking, in single cans things to wear. You need not be a millionaire to look like in strength and durability. The Winona Wagon is the or case lots. 'e ;e al ays delighted to introduce curt to one whien you buy goods from this up-to-date department. best on the market and we heartily recommend it to pros this department. ...

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