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

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. A STITCH IN TIME saves nine; and prudence in bank ing one's money saves a lot of ^ - future repinings. Deposit your cash where itjis absolutely protected, and where it is available at any time you want it. Be at ease on the matter of finances by keeping your account with us. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris. Vice-President. F. W. ilALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS; S. MclCennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Departmeut of the Interior, U. S Land Office at Glasgow, Montana June 14th, 1909. Notice is hereby given that JAMES E. BOWEN of Malta, Valley County, Montana who on July 22. 1904, made Desei Land Entry, No. 1624, Serial No 05289, forunsurveyed land known t( be N% of the SE 4; SER SER SeE 14; NEY4 NEy See, 28, township 81 N. Range, 80 E. M. M. has filed no tice of intention to make Final Proof to establish c...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 July 1909

SCOUT'S IDEA OF MARRIAGE. Crusty Massachusetts Bachelor of Eighty Years Has Most Decided Views on the Matter. Eighty years of single blessedness is the record of Moses P. Stowe, one of the oldest residents of Grafton, Mass. Not a woman crosses the threshold of his cozy home. "It makes no difference who or what the woman Is; she wouldn't get inside of this house," he says. "Even wom en peddlers create a different atmos phere when they only knock at the door. "Marry? Well, I should say not. You don't know what that word means. Why, look at all of the men in this country who have fastened them selves to women whom they professed to love, and now want to get as far away from femininity as they can. I wouldn't marry the best woman that ever lived. I tell you, they are trou ble brewers; they always have been and always will be. "I had lots of girl friends when I was a young fellow, but when there was any chasing to be done they were the ones who did it. I never allowed myself to become in...

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

9W I7ET POIN? ^J'^ pWA Cl^^ ASHINGTON.-Congress almost every year has before it the qase of some West Point cadet who allowed his animal spir its to get the better of him, and who un der the impulse of the moment commit ted some act of hazing or of another kind of a discipline breach, and therefore suffered dismissal. The life at West Point is a hard one, and each successive board of visitors is likely to make some suggestion to make the cadet's condition just a little moi a irksome. Just now there is speculation on the subject of what the official visitors of the year of grace, 1909, will recommend as an addi tion to the academy's code of discipline. Sometime ago a clergyman of the Church of England visited West Point. He wished to get full knowledge of the drill, the system of study and the disciplinary methods of the institution,' and so he rose at reveille and made the cadet day his own, until taps had sent the stripling soldiers to their blankets. The clergyman, after seeing li...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 July 1909

Buy at Traf ton'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. Our Grocery department is complete Goods, Cl & S Machi e This is the time of the year to buy Grceries and constantly replenished with a y lot ig amery your farm implements and wagons fresh supply of all the best brands on the market. You Isere is where we can please our customers who like nice We carry farm implements that have proved their value can get canned 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. We are always delighted to introduce you to one when you buy goods from this up-to-date department. best on the market and we heartily recommend it ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1909

THE ENTERPRISE.tt .4 Weekly 7Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of .N7orthern .fontana and Especially of the ,Ailk River Talley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, JULY 14, 1909. No. 8. BIDS ARE WANTED FOR WORK ON THE DODSON-MALTA DITCG BIDS WILL BE OPENED AT THE RECLAMATION OFFICE 11 THIS CITY ON SATURDAY JULY 31--FORTY-THREE DIFFERENT SCHEDULES IN THE UNIT Department of the Interior, United States Reclamation Service, Helena, Montana, June 25th, 1909. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the U. S. Reclamation Service, Malta, Montana, until 2 o'clock p. m., July 31, 1909, for the construction of canals, waste water ditches, and dike in connection with the Dodson South Unit of the Milk River Project, involving the excava tion of approximately 400,000 cubic yards, and furnishing of such mater ial and doing of such work as may be necessary for the completion of the work. Particulars may be obtained by ap plication to the U. S. Reclamation Service, Mal...

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

Malta Enterprise. Pubiished by TEE MALTA EaTERPR SE ni. CO., IN M. T. CRAMER, Mcf. HAPPENINGSl OF A ifEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. WASHINGTON WEWS president Taft in an address at Norwich, -Conn., said he favored let ting every man worship God as he dhooses. The senate voted to submit the in 'come tax question to the state legisla tures for an amendment to the consti 1tution. The corporation tax amendment to the tariff bill suggested by President Taft was passed by the senate by a vote of 60 to 11. PERSONAL. Charles Richardson, secretary of the American legation at Copenhagen, has resigned and will return to the United States. Rev. Dr. Will C. Carleton served 36 :'hours as a policeman at Mason City, Ia., and made three arrests for minor offenses. Monsig. Falconio, apostolic delegate to the United States, was received by the pope, who praised his work in this country. GENERAL NEWS. President Taft in a speech at Platts burg, N. Y., declared tolerance In re ligion is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1909

Percy Pierpont's Ordeal By Tom Masson (Copyright, by J. B. Lippincott Co.) It never occurred to Percy Pier. pont when he fell so desperately in love with the beautiful Lucille Bux ton that among the many specialties ef her father's large importing busi ness was that of camel's hair. Indeed, if such a thing had oc curred to Percy at the time, it would probably have made no difference. lie loved Lucille with a passionate fer vor that no material interest soeped to afect Perhaps it was true that because of his delicate, almost ethe real, physique he seemed to be capable of higher flights of love. And perhaps, also, because Lucille herself was extremely practical, she loved Percy more than if he were more ro bust, for there was about her feeling t r him something of a motherly in s luct.. When the happy pair announced themselves as having formed what no one doubted wouid be a permanent conjugal dombination everyone was delighted-that is, everyone except Lucille's father. "My dear," he s...

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

THE ENT ER PRISE THE MiALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, as Second Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County ADDTIONAL LOCAL Atty. C. H. Stevens was at (las gow yesterday attending to some le gal business. Miss (ertrude Chambers is at pres ent enjoying a trip to Alaska, taking the steamer at Seattle for a ten days' excursion along the .A llskan coast. MIr. and Mrs. Tom McDonald who moved here recently from IHinsdale, are now at home in the H. NI. Traf ton house recently vacated by Henry 1'lott. A. Davidson returned from Ft. Benton, Tuesday, where he had been to represent the people of Wagner at the special meeting of the Board of County Commissioners and to cham pion the building of the bridge at Wagner. Keep Clean and Cool For a hot or X.old bath go to the North Side Barber Shop, Chas. South wick, the proprietor, now has his bathroom in readiness with new lixtures, etc., to meet the wants of the public. For Summer and F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. AT OUR WINDOW DEPoT5s FOR DEPOSITS your presence Will be a sign of thrift that will raise you considerably in the estimation of your neighbors. Those who have accounts at The First State Bank are never classed as " "undersirable citizens." Start such an aceount today, even if is a small one. You'll stand higher in the com munity and in your own self respect. T. G. Rohinson, President C. F. Morris. V ice-President. F. W. SALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. S. Mcl~ennan Geo. W. Clay R. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark. of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Glasgow, Montana, June 14th, 1901). Notice is hereby given that JAMES k. BOWEN of Malta, Valley County, Montana, who on July 22. 1904, made Desert Land Entry, No. 1624 Serial No. 05289, forunsurveyed land known to be N% of the SE/; SE14 SE3 Sec 14; NE14 NEY Sec, 28, township ...

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

COJ2ONI2L 4A L4A1 MAIJTZ2Y AUTHOR'S NOTE. The material facts in this story of circumstantial evidence are drawn from an actual re corded case, only such change of names and local color being made as to remove them from the classification of legal re ports to that of fiction. All the essential points of evidence, however, are retained. HE Calf Skin club had as sembled early for its week ly session and every mem ber was in his accustomed place with Judge Grower in the chair. When the routine business was fin ished the chairman rose and said: "We now will hear from Judge Stoakes who we trust has a story rela tive to circumstantial evidence. Judge Stoakes." Judge Stoakes, a large man of dig nified presence, whose silver hair alone bespoke his 70 years, rose and began: "My story is of the troubled days In Missouri following upon the civil war, when factional rancor still ran high and the conqueror and the con. quered lived together in outward amity but with secret, suspicion. I had just ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1909

BETZVIIIE TAIL5 Uncle Ashdod Clute's Last Breath ELlis Pdrker Buiter Aufhor oF'"Pigs is Pis ' Ei* ILLU$TRATED 4y PETE1. EWELL 'II - d'1 "Creepy Mouse, Creepy Mouse, Tickle y, Tickley, Tickley!" It is a terrible thing to have a life long enemy-so my Uncle Ashdod Clute of Betzville says-and we who have none should be thankful. Last Thursday Uncle 4Ashdod nearly per ished through an enmity that culmi nated on that day. When Uncle Ashdod was a boy of 11 he began fishing in Mud creek, and the very first time he threw in his hoolk he caught a pike, but when he pulled it out it was such a thin, small, miserable little skimp of a fish that he was as mad as hops, and he stood right up and told the pike what he thought of it and then slammed it back into the creek, and thought no more about it. But that pike did. A pike is the most vindictive kind of fish; terribly vindictive; and never forgets an injury. Year after year that pike lay low and nursed its an ger and planned revenge, and poor Un...

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

Buy at Traf ton'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. Groceur Grocery department is complete Dry Goods, Clothing & Shoes Machinery Thiis the time of the year to buy fresh supply of all the best 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 can get canned 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. We are always delighted to introduce you to one when you buy goods from this up-to-date department. best on the market and we heartily recommend it to pros this department. Come in and look over this stock. pective buyers...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL. 1S MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, JULY 21, 1909. No. 9* A COMMENDABLE MOVEMENT BY RECLAMATION SERVICE TOUCHES A VITAL POINT IN THE PRESENT SYSTEM OF EDUCATION AND MAY BE THE MEANS OF ESTAB LISHING EXPERIMENT FARMS NEAR SCHOOLS An interesting educational move ment has been placed on foot on the Huntley Irrigation Project, which will tend to strengthen the rural school system, not only of that com munity but eventually of the entire county as well. The one hundred and fifty or more ,pupils of the Huntley Project schools are enthusiastically preparing to hold a school fair on September 2nd of this year, and many small gardens ,pnd plots which they call "school gar dens" are being weeded, hoed, irri gated and anxiously watched by them from day to day. A number of the girls are practicing cake, bread and biscuit baking so as to be profic lent befo...

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

ý/ A "/ AIROBI, British, East Af W rica.-I guess everybody in the civilized world knows that ex-President Theo- t dore Roosevelt of the United States is getting two American dollars for every word of "copy" he writes for a certain New York publication. There fore the business of bagging the gnus in this lonely spot on the world's map has a double meaning. Spell it gnus or news-suit your self-they are pronounced alike. The only difference is that you get one with a rifle of heavy bore and the *other by means of mental ingenuity. Mr. Roosevelt, I have discovered, If nmakes his own news. And he sells his own news. Hence his declaration that "because there are no journal ists with this expedition all appar ently authentic reports are barren 44 U fy~ ,S}ýE T Z °" Lýý W ` falsehoods or are obtained by means of bribing ignorant ser vants and it stands to reason that for the sake of a bribe one of evil intentions is not above inventing falsehoods for the purpose of obtaining the bribes." Be...

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

Th Night-Blooming Millers By Marion Hill (Copyright, by J. B. Lippincott Co.) We like the Millers. We all do. This is not to say that we approve of their methods. No one with a grain ol sense could approve of the Millers' methods. Though-come to think-the Millers haven't a grain of method in their whole make-up. Those of us who incline to disap prove do it with the half-heartedness of a housewife who tries to discoun tenance her pet cat's panful of new kittens, but who really can't help thinking they are "kind of cunning,"' sfter all. That's how the Millers in fluence our attitude toward them selves; they are reprehensibly out of order, but they calm the eye. They live near the corner of the street, in the two-story frame house that needs painting badly and has the impudently fresh pink silkoline cur tains at the windows. Mr. Miller is-or was-an actor maybe a commercial drummer. It is quite immaterial. Either he deserted the Millers or he died, or he merely travels. At any rate, he ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1909

THE ENTERPRISE 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 ADDTIONAL LOCAL Your attention is called to the Ad of I)r. Mecollum, giving his date s in Malta. Ott Cassady made a trip to Zort man Monday attending to some offic ial business. Mrs. G. L. Beasley and Mrs. Flora Martin were at Glasgow the first of the week. L. C. Edwards is erecting a storage house on his lots back of the Tele phone office. Mrs. Elijah Smith and Jack Shafer were at Glasgow the first of the week attending court. Mrs. Fred Cooper and Miss Mayme Joiner are at Cowan, visiting at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Wm. Mason. Read the new advt. of the Malta Dry Goods Co., and learn all about the big clearance sale to be inaugu rated soon. Senator J. L. Truscott was in Mal ta Wednesday to attend a meeting of the Lower Milk River Water Users' Associstion. A. A. Smith of Piona, Colo., father of Mrs. A. Elliott, reache...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. A CHECK ON THE FIRST STATE BANK , is a check on your payments. When it comes back to you it is an indispu table receipt for your money. Pay ment by check is a check on spending too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought of ten results in your not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. U. G. Robinson, ['resident C. F. Morris, V ice-President. F. W. BAIL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't 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 Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Glasgow, Montana, June 14th, 1909. Notice is hereby given that JAMES E. BOWEN of Malta, Valley County, Montana, who on July 22. 1904, made Desert Land Entry, No. 1624 Serial No. 05289, forunsurve ed land known to be N of the SEX4; SEA, SEý4 Sec 14; N NEVt See, 28, township 86 N. Range, 80 E....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1909

Malta Enterprise6 1oi Iithr d in. 'I E MALTA EIT I.PR 8% Iv +. Co, INC. M. T. CIRAMEU. lt U. BRIEF EWSNOTES FOR THlEBSYlMAN 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 NEWS. President Taft summoned Senator Aldrich and Representative Payne to the White House and declared the tariff battle must be fought to a finish. Ambassador Takahira is expected to be succeeded at Washington by K. Uchida, now stationed at Vienna. Speaker Cannon refused to appoint as a conferee on the tariff, Represen tative Hill, who was chosen by Presi dent Taft. By a vote of 317 to 14, all of those opposing being Republicans, the house adopted a resolution submitting the income question to state legisla tures for a constitutional amendment. President Taft officiated at the cere monies attending the corner-stone lay ing for the new Ingram Congrega tional...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1909

INDIAN RESERVATIONS OPEN. Registration, July 15 to August 5 -Drawing, August 9, 1909. Registration for 160-acre farms in the Flatheal Reservation ((450,000 acres), at Missoula, Mont.; Coeur d'Alene Reservation (200,000 acres), at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Spokane Res. .ervation (50,000 acres), at Spokane, Wash. Any qualified applicant can register for a 160-acre farm on all three of these reservations. You therefore have three chances to win a farm. It costs nothing to register. The cost of tak. ing up the prize 160-acre tracts is from $1.25 to $7 an acre. Low fares by the Chicago, Milwau kee & St. Paul Railway-$39 from Chicago to Missoula and return. $39 to Kalispell and return. $55.10 to Coeur d'Alene and return. $57.50 to Spokane and return, July 20. Low fares from other points and on other dates.-F. A. Miller, General Passen ger Agont, Chicago. TRUE RESIGNATION. 0 ii Old Maid-Is it really true that mar siages are made in heaven? Doctor-Yes, I believe so. Old Maid (resignedly)-O,...

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

Buy at Trafton's and Save the Differencej 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. Groceries o cery dpareni m plete Dry Goods, Clothing & Shoes Machine This is the time of the year to buy roanes constantly replenished with a DrY G o sC thn & S oeMah er your farm implements and wagon. fresh supply of all the best 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 can get canned 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. We are always delighted to introduce you to one when you buy goods from this up-to-date department. best on the market and we ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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