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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 October 1909

-THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern, ,Alan'taiua and Especially of the .iMilk Hirer I ullei, VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1909. No. 20. JIM HILL WILL GIVE PRIZES AT DRY FARMING CONGRESS PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN BY MR. HILL TO DRY LAND FARMERS RESIDING WITHIN TWENTY-FIVE MILES OF THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. RIGHT-OF-WAY B. W. Brockway is particularly anxious to secure some choice speci mons of grains and vegetables for ex hibit at the Dry Farming Congress at Billings. James J. Hill offers $1000 in prizes for exhibits described in the following, James J. Hill, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Great Nor thern Ry. offers inducements to far mers. For exhibits of farm products grown without irrigation and under dry farming methods in the state of Montana, in the state of Washington east of the Cascade Mountains, in Oregon in the Des Chutes Valley, en tered at the fourth National Dry Farming Congress to ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 October 1909

SWEETLY PUT. Myrtle-And yon never tire of push. Ing my board walk chair? Jerome-No, indeed. On the con. trary, I feel like I am carrying every thing before me. Myrtle-Why, I am not everything. Jerome-But you are everything to Ine. PAINT FAULTS. It is a common occurrence nowa days to hear a man remark with dis gust: "It is impossible to have good painting done these days; either the paint is not good or there are no good painters." This, however, is not true. There is good paint, and there are good painters. But the question is, ibringing them together. One cannot expect a satisfactory painting job without pure white lead. There is a way to make sure you are getting pure white lead without test ing it. See that the keg bears Na tional Lead Company's famous Dutch Boy Painter trademark, which is a positive guarantee of purity. However, anyone can test white lead. National Lead Company, 1902 Trinity Bldg., New York City, will send you a lead tester and painter's outfit, consisting of bo...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 October 1909

X~zo~ T© w lr~zrr S2,60= y SuoAmJIr1 HE MIGHTY activities and marvelous progress the : wrdhas seen in the past 100 years are strikingly *.*. illustrated in the centennial celebration of the incor T ~ ~ ~ n thl hssen thteps 10yas e stIkncor poration of St. Louis. Picturesque pageants with everything in the way of the spectacular which is most likely to stir the imagination of the spectator into appreciating the work of the past through con trasts with the present feature the week's program. The greater part of the history of early St. Louis is really more fit for the unwritten American epic / - poem than it is for mere prose. Its work as a frontier town in the first half of the nineteenth century made it the mid-continental city of the United States in the r < second half. Its pioneer trade routes are now the great routes of steam transportation between the Rio Grande and the Canadian border and be tween the Mississippi and the Pacific. It established the first water routes from t...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 October 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 An Interesting Trip to Italy (Continued from page 1.) ar a memorial service here is at tended by all the Royal household. St. Peter's church is the largest in the world, was building through three and one-half centuries and said to haye cost $50,000,000. To the right and near the church is the cele brated Sistine chapel. In the center of the square rises one of the Cleopa tra needles and at the head of the stairs stand the statues of St. Peter on the right and St. Paul on the left. The mere facts of interest connect ed with this church would fill a vol ume. Astronomers say that if there were a building of the same dimensions on the moon, we could easily see it with modern telescopes. Some trace of it will probably remain till the end of the world's life. I will not stop either to describe the great Vatican as time an...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 October 1909

Our Cooking Marvel Cole's Hot Blast Range Makes One Scutfle of Coal do the Work of Two. Cole's Hot Blast Range burns coal by the celebrated Cole's got Blast Comnbastion. No other range does. This is how it works. Read why it makes one scuttle of coal do the work of two. Cole's got Blast Draft feeds air to the fire at the top, just as shown in this picture. Do you see what this draft is doing? It is burn ing the gas as it arises from the coal.'um. Soft coal is half gas, always wasted in ether ranges, so this makes a saving of one third to one-half in the monthly coal bills. The flame from the burning gases is carried clear to the bahk lids, and the entire top is thus evenly heated,instead of just the stows most Dre. front lids. The heavy saeke and soot is burned with the gases, which means that the lids and the cooking utenslils are not smudged up with soot and smoke. It also means that the oven temperature is kept at a given point without poking the fire or replenishing the fuel, an...

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

Malta Enterprise. P'ublislwd 1ý inE MALTA E:"T.:nra s ui. CO., IN. lI. T AMEI.. NLR. HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK Latest News Told in Briefest and Best Form. PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings Bry an celebrated their silver wedding an niversary with a big reception at their home at Lincoln, Neb. Dr. Harry E. Hutchins has been ap pointed temporary president of the University of Michigan at a salary of $7,000 a year. War Secretary Dickinson is back in Washington after an extended vaca tion in the south. He said the depart ment had reached no conclusion on the West Point hazing case. Huntington Wilson, assistant secre tary of state, has been threatened with another attack of appendicitis, but Washington reports say an opera tion will not be necessary. Helen Keller, the deaf, dumb and blind marvel, is to make an airship flight with Charles J. Glidden of Bos ton and will record her sensations in the air. Mrs. John D. Rockefeller is suffer ing from a cold, at her home in Cleve land. Her phys...

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

ThOS. LAWSON'S - TRIBUTE TO oJNOI.AUJOHNSON U o no alllllli-or- o Thomas W. Lawson was an intimate friend of Governor Johnson. Upon hearing of his death, he wired the f following, which is one of the finest things that has been said of the dead governor. "Yesterday and yesterdays when the sun's red-brown halo blended my hollyhocks and sunflowers to nodding evening gods, he used to loom, a soulful, heart-loving inspiration. From my garden's twilight quiet I have often visioned him, this tall, swaying pine of the west, and the visioning peopled my world with times and things and men long, long since dead and dust, and these times and things and men glowed the heart and soothed the soul and charitied the mind and made for love of good and for shame of petty meaness and sordid hatred. "When I say this I limn the man. No human ever entered the atmo sphere of John Johnson without being better. He was indeed a man, a made In-the-image-of-his-God man. Wives looked upon his wife and blessed ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 6 October 1909

Buy at Traf ton's and -ave 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. GroceriesOur Grocery department Is complete Goods, Clothing & Shoes Machinery This is the time of the year to buy and constanty relnihd ihith a D yyour farm implements and wagons 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 K 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 ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 October 1909

T1 1 E Stntý f Ii8tor lca J Luoje 61 THEENTERPRISE. .,4 Weekly Nr.7tvpaper WLhose Interes~ts a~re Idenmti/tel *with~ those of Norwther'n MIW,/an~q, (oral Es~ieeitl/qj of the *lil/A Iti ur I (Illefi VOL. 112 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESI)AY, OCTOBER 13, l909. No. 2 1, DISTRICT COURT SESSION COURT CALANDER SET SEVEN CRIMINAL AND TWELVE CIVIL CASES WILL COME FOR HEARING THIS TERM-COURT WILL BEGIN TUESDAY, NOVEMBER SECOND, 1909 District court was called for a session at Glasgow last Tuesday and after disposing of a number of cases the court calendar for the coming term of court, beginning November 2nd, 1909, was arranged and cases set for trial as follows: CRIMINAL CASES State vs, Malcolm Hunter-Assault in the second degree. Trial set for Tuesday, November 2nd. State vs. Wm. Saral-Grand lar ceny. November 3rd. State vs. R. H. McNeill-Assault. November 4th. State vs. Roecoe Tilson-Gambling. November 4th. State vs. Blake Gage-Selling liq uor to minors. November 5th. State vs. Joh...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 October 1909

Malta Enterprise. PuhlkhId l)y I'E MALTA E:T.:PIIR SE' PV CO., INC. MI TIA.u k U. B NEWS OF A WEEKIN CONDENSED FORM RECORD OF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST MANNER POSSIBLE. AT HOME AND ABROAD Happenings That Are Making History -Information Gathered from All Quarters of the Globe and Given In a Few Lines. TOUR OF THE PRESIDENT. President Taft was given a hearty welcome on his arrival at San Fran cisco and the program for his enter tainment was carried out without a hitch. President Taft officiated at the lay ing of the corner-stone of the First Universalist church at East Portland. Ore. President Taft visited the Alaska Yukon-Pacific exposition at Seattle. Wash., and was the center of interest for the great crowds at the fair. President Taft, at Seattle exposi tion, in his speech said he would ask congress to pass a ship subsidy law. PERSONAL. Attorney General Wickersham and Secretary Nagel of the department of commerce and labor arrived in Wash ington after their vacations....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 October 1909

WA ING G snI Washington Wants Next Aero Carnival W ASHINGTON.-One of the hopes expressed by the Washington Aero club for having the next aviation carnival here is an appropriation by ,congress to help swell the guarantee Lund. It was stated by Charles J. SBell, one of the Washington represen 'tatives at the Curtiss luncheon, that Or. Zahm, secretary of the Aero club, and a member of the special commit tee on securing the meet for Washing. ton, had asked the co-operation of Nor tolk in the matter. J. A. Hall, the sec retary of the Norfolk board of trade, said he had not yet received such no tification, but that as soon as the matter was placed before them the Norfolk business men were prepared to act. Norfolk, Portsmouth, Newport News and Old Point are all much interested in seeing the meet come to Washing ton, owing to the prospect of a water -light to Norfolk. There is a great deal of money in that section, and the local men say they are willing to con tribute largely to secure the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 October 1909

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana,asSecond Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County An Interesting Trip to Italy (Continued from page 1.) Italian masters and noble sculptures, make the chuich a spot visited by many tourists. Not far from this church is the house of Michael An gelo, now a museum containing an tiquities. Other churches of great interest are Santa Maria Novello and Santa Maria del Carmine. In the old Guidi Palace lived Eliz abeth Garrett Browning and her hus band and here she wrote the "Casa Guidi Windows" and 'Aurora Leigh." Other guests here were Hilliard, Hawthorne, and Lowell. Florence has always been a city of books and scholars, George Elliot made geographical studies here for Romola and the invel is so correct in descriptions that it is one of the best guides in visiting the city. In the beautiful protestant ceme tery just outside the old walls of Florence. are buried Mrs. Brownin...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 October 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. THE FIRST STEP TO INDEPENDENCE is carefulness in spending The mani' with a salary will find that his money goes further when he deposits it in the bank and pays his bills O And he knows where every penny 4 goes, too. The First State Bank in vites accounts from salaried men and housekeepers. As little as one dollar will start one. Many a one begun with that sum has become a goodly balance, because of the check it puts on thoughtless spending. EL. G. liohio ou, P'resident C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. 1lALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS; S Mcifennan 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, UT. S. Land Office at Glasgow, Montana, September 11, 1909. ta Notice is hereby given ta COURTLAND W. POWELL of Malta, Valley county, Montana who on May 25, 1904, madel~omeatead Entry 1595, Serial No. 011812, f...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 October 1909

Feeding Farm Hands. Every farmer's wife knows what tre mendous appetites farm hands usually have; but while they eat well they work well, too. Here's a good suggestion about feed. Ing farm hands. Give them plenty of Quaker Cats. A big dish of Quaker Oats porridge with sugar and cream or milk is the greatest break fast in the world for a man who needs vigor and strength for a long day's work. The man that eats Quaker Oats pientifully and often is the man who does good work without excessive fa. tigue. There is a sustaining quality in Quaker Oats not found in other foods, and for economy it is at the head of the list. Besides the regular size packages Quaker Oats is packed in large size family packages, with and without china. U THE DANGER SIGNAL "Yes, Freldy, I'm a sick man!" "Wot's der matter?" "Why, I'm gettin' that restless an' #akeful, dat I can't sleep, only at aight!" Would Find Use for It. After a day and a night spent in an swering telephone calls from people who wanted the l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 October 1909

A Fool for Luck By CAROLINE LOCKHART (Copyright, by J. B. Lippincott Co.) The smoking lamps in the Dutch man's at Hermosa were dimmed by the hot dawn of an Arizona morning when a red-haired, freckled-faced cow boy swaggered out of the door of the saloon, laughing boisterously. He pulled a sombrero over his keen gray eyes and swung himself into the depths of a Gallup cow-saddle; where upon the broncho under the saddle pitched across the road, brought up against the New York store, and bit the leg of his rider. This made many silver dollars clink in the big pocket of the cow-boy's "chaps," and he, hear ing them clink, called derisively to the group of men who had followed him out the door-no silver clinked in their pockets: "When you all think you have enough dinero to afford me again, send word down to the Quarter-Circle Bar, an' I'll give you another lesson in stud poker." The broncho squealed as the spurs dug into his ribs, and Pink Murry disappeared down Alkali avenue in a cloud o...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 13 October 1909

I Buy at Trafton'sand 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. O ur gr iocery de partment is comnplete I l TiWhis is the time of the year to buy Groceries .iid iitiiitly repilenlished with u ry Goods, Clothing & Shoes M~achinery urfmiplensadwgn fres1i supp~l of all the be'st brands oni the market. You liere is w~herei we ian phease our customers Nlin like nice We carry farm implements that have proved their value can get caniied goodls here to your liking, in single cans things to w ear. Y ou ineedl not be a millionaiie to look like iii strength and durability. T2he Winona Wagon is the or case lots. We are always degligted to introduce you to one when you buiy goods from this uip-to-date departnient. fi best on the market and we hea...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 October 1909

c/ THE ENTERPRISE. VR Weekly Newspaer W'hose Interests 1re Identified with those of Northern Montana a1d Especially of the Milk River Val ley VOL. 19. MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1909, No. 22. PASTE THESE IN YOUR HAT CITY ORDINANCES WHICH SHOULD BE READ BY EV ERY CITIZEN OF MALTA AND VICINITY ORDINANCE KO. 1 An ordinance relating to offenses against good order and morals. Be it ordained by the town council of the town of Malta: Section 1. That any person within the limits of the Town of Malta, who shall willfully and maliciously or intentionally and unnecessarily disturb the peace or quiet of any street, neighborhood, family or per son, by loud or unusual noises, vocal or instrumental, or shall make false alarms by crying "fire," or shall threaten, quarrell. scold, halloo, or shall provoke or commit an assault, or an assault and battery, or by any other means whatever disturb the peace, or if any person shall wanton ly and cruelly abuse any animal, or utter...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 October 1909

PRIED AT LAST Frem the Awful Tortures of Kidney Disease. Mrs. Rachel Ie, Henrietta, Texas says: "I would be ungrateful if I did not tell what Doan's Kidney Pills ha vt done for me. Fifteen years kidney trouble clung to me, my ex istence was one of misery and for two whole years I was un able to go out of the house. My back ached all the time and I was utterly weak, unable at times to walk without assistance. The kidney secretions wero very irregular. Doan's Kidney Pills restored me to good health, and I am able to do as much work as the average woman, thougU nearly eighty years old." Remember the name-Doan's. Seld by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster. Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. He Bit. Ex-Police Commissioner Bingham ol New York said of graft at a recent dinner: "The grafter isn't so easily caught; he isn't quite so naive as an old fellow they used to tell about in Andover. "This old fellow was suspected of tampering with the church collections. A couple of clumsy traps that were ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 October 1909

BT-ZVJL TALE5 Col. Gahe Dunder and the Shredded -Codfish Py F~fis Paker &erJ Ap,Avhor of~igs is Pi s~ Eic" J LUTR2ATED B.y. PETE . NEWELL -i I 'iF' All Hands Set to Work Feverishly to Eat the Pile of Swelled Bonelessa Codfish. Colonel Gabe Dunder, who was at one time one of Betzville's most re spected citizens, has come back home, and a reception was' given him at Aunt Rhinocolura Betz' house last Fri. day. Those who keep track of social events in our burg will remember that the reason Colonel Dunder went away was because he had trouble with Sim Phillips over a load of shavings. When Boyer's one ring circus played in Betz ville two years ago Colonel Dunder, who is one of the most enterprising men of our town, took the contract to supply shavings for the ring and had three wagon loads hauled over from Jefferson; but the circus men claimed they had ordered only two loads and for awhile it looked as if the colonel would have to stand the loss. But he always had a bright mind and af...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 October 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 LOCALITEMS We both lose if you don't trade at the lBon Ton. Good Heating Stove for sale cheap. 3. F. Murray. Mr. and Mrs. LR. J. Moore of Glas gow, spent Sunday in town. Mr. and Mrs. Herman (G. IRobinson returned front the Seattle Fair Mon day. Mrs. Harry Cosner spent Saturday and Sunday with her husband in this city. Gold Seal Rubber Goods, the all rubber, pure gum overshoes. See Kilduff. Mr. and Mrs. Vallie Vaupel spent Sunday in Dodson with relatives, re turning Tuesday. Harold Clark returned Sunday from Poplar where lhe has been employed by the U. S. R. S. Miss Ethel Whittal of Chinook, visited with Mrs. B. 'IV. Brockway the first of the week. Miss Florence Kerr returned to Glasgow Sunday after a two weeks' visit with friends in this city. Mrs. Len. Kennedy and baby and Miss Florence Courtenay of Saco, are visitin...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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