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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 October 1909

Th First Sae Bank MALTA, MONT. ENCLOSING A CHECK I for the hill you owe means that there will never be any dispute about your payment of that account. The check itself is an indisputable evi dence of payment. " That is only one of the advantages of having an ac count at The First State Bank. It, alone, should be sufficient to induce 1 you 'to Lecome a depositor. Will H. G. Robirnson, President U. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. HALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DmRECTORS. S Mclfennan Ceo. W. Clay B. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City.. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Safety DeposittBoxes For Rent Lost One brown horse with crop ears branded f on left shoulder and left thigh an on right shoulder. $10 reward. ress A. B. McDonald. Zortman, Mont. NOTICE Ofice of the County Traasurer, of Valley County, Montana, Glasgow, Montana, October 4th, 1909. Notice Is hereby given that taxes on real and personal property for the year 1909 are now due and payable at the office of ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 October 1909

Malta Enterprise. Published by 'Ia MALTA E:.T I.PR SE rV (0., INC. M. T CRAM ERIL M. N S OF AWEEKI ONDEMSED FORM RECORD OF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST MANNER POSSIBLE. AT HOME AND ABROAD Happenings That Are Faki jg History -Information Gathered' from All Quarters of the Globe and Given In a Few Lines. PERSONAL. Clyde Fitch, the playwright, left no will and his property will go to his father, W. G. Fitch, of Hartford, Conn. By some the estate is estimated at $1,000,000. Samuel Gompers was accorded an enthusiastic demonstration at Wash ington in honor of his return home from Europe. Representative A. W. Rucker of Colorado was injured severely when he was struck by the boom of a boat he was sailing in Lake Lano in Min dinao in the Philippines. Dr. J. B. Shober reports through the Journal of the American Medical asso ciation a substitute for radium in treating disease. It is cocoanut char coal after it has been charged with a current of air from a solution of radi um bromide....

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 October 1909

BILLY, THE LADY AND THE * SILK STOCKINGS By WYNONAH BREAZEALE (Copyright, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) Billy turned, from the fireplace with 1 a chuckle as his guest held them up. "Yes, I flatter myself they are beauts," he acknowledged with a grin, as though he remembered something very amusing, "they are souvenirs of 'one of the most satisfying adventures of my young life." "Did the-er-owner give them to you?" demanded Red, curiously, for Billy was noted for the barrenness of his den when it came to the various little articles connected with chorus girls, in which college youth are popu larly supposed to delight. Not that Billy was a prude-far from it-but he had never seemed to care for such things. Therefore, Red's interest was entirely unassumed, as he settled him self back in his chair, ready for the tale, with the objects in question spread over his Erossed knees. They were unmistakably intended for femi inine use, being two long silken hose of a pretty, odd shade of green. Billy ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 20 October 1909

LOCAL NEWS Wanted-1000 Ladies and gentle men to visit the Bon Ton. The North Star Shoe is the shoe for you-wears good. Ask Kilduff. St. Mary's Guild will meet with Mrs. R. M. Reichel next Wednesday afternoon,Oct. 27th. Chase & Sanborn's Tea and Coffee, always good, always fresh at Kilduff's. Girl Wanted Apply or write, Great Northern Hotel, Malta, Mont. Geo. Jones bought 2000 fine ewes the first of the week from the firm of Mapes & Roberts at $5.50 a head. Claude Ward, of the R. M. Trafton store, enjoyed a visit from his moth er, two brothers and sister from Glasgow, over Sunday. They were enroute to Salt Lake City to visit rel atives in that city. Mrs. A. Cavanaugh who has been absent for some time at Hunter's Hot Springs, returned home Saturday night much improved in health. She stopped at Havre for a few days on her return to visit at the home of her son, E. Hyatt. Hurley & O'Neill, proprietors of the new Wagner Hotel, will give a grand free dance in the new building ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 October 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .1 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Mille River Valley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1909. No. 23. ORDINANCES OF THE TOWN OF MALTA ORDINANCE NO. 6. t An ordinance prohibiting females i from being employed or allowing fe- t males to resort to or frequent saloons, t gambling houses, concert or dance t halls. c Be it ordained by the town council a of the town of Malta: Section 1. Hereafter it shall be a unlawful for any person or persons, a company, firm, co-partnershid or cor- t poration to employ females in any saloon, gambling house, concert hall a or dance hall. _ n Section 2. Hereafter it shall be un- i lawful for any person or persons, t firm, co-partnership or corporation to I allow or permit any female to loitey I: in or around to be in or about s to frequent or to remain in any room, apartment or place in or t connected with any place of busi- a ness or other pla...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 October 1909

Malta Enterprise. 7'13 VALTA E: T Int Si rU: u O, IN0 M. T. CHA ,iRI{ SM a NEWS OF A WEEKlIN CONDENSED FORN RECORD OF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLQ IN BRIEFEST MANNER POSSIBLE. AT HOME AND ABROAD Happenings That Are Making History -Information Gathered from Al Quarters of the Globe and Given in a Few Lines. PERSONAL. Bernhard Dernburg, German colonial secretary, who is at Kansas City, de rides the suggestion of war between Germany and England. Miss May Clayton, 25 years old, daughter of a wholesale liquor mer chant, and Peary S. Tsuji, a Japanese restaurant keeper, were married at Seattle, Wash. It was a romance of the Seattle fair, the couple having met at the "Pay Streak." Rudolph Gluck, 19 years old, will sail for Russia from New York in a few days to serve three years in the Russian army, and so save his moth er's property at Kaprin, near Warsaw, from confiscation. Lieut. Foulols of the American army has arrived in New York after attend ing the International Aeronautical con gress ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 October 1909

E UE TALES Pilgath Gubb's Auto-House Ellis Parker Bts4le4 Athor of"Pigs is PiE E LTPATED 4y P NEWE / " As Soon as the Rain Slackened a Bit He Took a Look Around, and He Saw the House About Twelve Miles Out on the Prairie Revolv ing In Circles. Among the citizens of Betzville P11 gath Gubbs stands out pre-eminently t for thoughtfulness, and it is largely t because he once had a grandfather. 1 That grandfather of his is why Pil- ! gath is so far-seeing. In every action I of Pilgath's life he remembered his grandfather, and many of us would 1 be better off if we did the same. The reason Pilgath dug his well right alongside of his barn was be cause he remembered that once his grandfather had fallen off the barn and had broken his arm, and Pilgath figured that if he should happen to fall off his barn he might break his arm, too, but that if he had a good, deep well alongside his barn and fell off the barn into the well instead of -onto the hard ground, the water would break the fall. It ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 October 1909

THE E NTE 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 ITEMS We both lose if you don't trade at the Bon Ton. Good Heating Stove for sale cheap. J. F. Murray. A Farmers' Institute is scheduled for Malta, November 18th 1900. Miss Rose Kimmets of St. Peter, Minn., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed. Powell. Miss Georgia Pelzel of Rice Lake, Wis., is visiting relatives and num erous friends in Malta. For Sale.-An In tern at ion al1 Correspondence School course, ap ply at The Enterprise office. Wanted-From 10 to 25 Coarse Bucks, Shropshire preferred. James Cotter, Malta, Mont, Box 121. A. E. Klucas of Omemee, N. D., visited his old friends, Mr. and Mrs. S. Tjayden northeast of town the first of the week and also filed on a homestead while here. Coal Coal We now have on hand a car of Nel son, a car of hocking Valley. a car of Havre and our hins full of hard coal, lay ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 October 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. INSIST ON SETTLING your accounts with a check instead of cash. Then you will have both a Y record of your payment and a receipt as well. Checks on the First State Bank are as good as gold. You can secure a book of them by opening an /1 account there. You avoid lots of trouble and dignify your business by their use. ,E. G. Hlohinson, President U. F. Morris, V ice-President. F. W. dALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. 8 Melcennan 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 Lost One brown horse with crop ears branded on left shoulder and left thigh an on right shoulder $10 reward. dress A. B. McDonald. Zortmna, Mont Call for Bids for Medical Attendance of Coasnt Poor. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Coun. ty Commissioners of Valley County, Montana will receive sealed bids for medical attendance of the sick, poor and infirm of the County, and in. mat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 October 1909

ý~ I PAPOTV B '/ý/ sil ~~j:1 ksI .1 WA3H/N07 ON AND H/Jt PA/A1LY -fd A . .. AM' Ik ASHINGTON.-In the novel W of "Ivanhoe," Isaac the Jew tells the knight that he knows it is the custom of the Christians to put on pilgrims' garb and to walk barefooted for miles to worship dead men's bones. There is something of a sneer in Isaac's tone and Ivanhoe rebukes him with a truly heroic, "Blasphem er, cease!" I don't know how many thousands of Americans go yearly to Mount Vernon to pay a visit to the re pository of a dead man's bones, but the number is something enormous. If George Washington never had lived at Mount Vernon, never had vis ited there, never had died there, and had been buried in the antipodes there would be excuse enough for the visits to the place of seventy times seven the number of the pilgrims who go yearly down the Potomac to stand on the towering hill and to look off down the valley. It is with an utter shame that it is confessed that after four years' residence in Washi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 October 1909

Cupid'sAssistant By FRANCIS A. COREY (Copyright, by W. G. Chapman.) A guftaw went round the dinner table as a waiter deposited an oblong pasteboard .box at Ralph Harding's elbow. "Flowers!" sniffed Tom Carrol. "Fifth box this week-by actual count. All for the same lucky dog, 'that fascinating Mr. Harding.' " Ralph's first angry impulse was to toss the unwelcome offering into the fre. Why did his lady admirers per* sist in sending suech truck to his club? Riling deliberately, he got into his overcoat and took the box ostenta tiously tthder his arm. "Oh-ho! Somebody particular?" Carrol chaffed. "The queen of Sheba," Harding growled. As he let himself out, a gust of icy wind, freighted with snow and sleet, struck his face smartingly. Turning up the fur collar of his coat, he was about to plunge into the storm when something bumped against his feet. Ten sharp claws were thrust into his trousers leg, and there was a piteous mew. The clinging atom was a kitten, its fur coat crusted over w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 27 October 1909

LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Edw. White was a Saco visi tor Friday. Wanted-1000 Ladies and gentle men to visit the Bon Ton. Good Iron Beds and nice clean mattresses and bedding at Kilduff's. Have you seen the fine line of p ie at the Bon Ton? Some more new "Art Garland" hard coal burners at Kilduff's. Girl Wanted Apply or write, Great Northern Hotel, Malta, Mont. Miss Emma Lindstrom, of Hollinge ford, Minnesota, reached Malta, Friday, and will assist Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Warren in the Warren Cafe. There is an awful difference in Blankets. If you don't think so, see the fine, All Wool kind at Kilduff's, then look at the other kind. Kilduffcarries the largest line of strictly high grade toilet scaps. You know Jap Rose. The fence enclosing the bison re serve on the Flathead reservation is completed. It is twenty-two miles in circumference. There are thirty eight buffalo to be placed in the re serve. The government will build a residence for the warden on the land. The man who wants the best all wool ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 November 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Xewspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern ,2fontana and Es1,ecially of the .Milk River Valley VoL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1909, No. 24. BIGGEST SHOW OF ITS KIND WAS THE DRY LAND CONGRESS MANY PROMINENT AND ABLE SPEAKERS DISCUSSED THE POSSIBILITIES AND ADVANTAGES OF THE SEMI ARID COUNTRY-VISITORS SATISFIED The gathering at Billings last week called the Dry Farming Congress was international in its representa tive character. It was successful in every detail. Near to it and connect ed with it was an exposition of soil products' secured through the scien tific methods of soil culture, which proved or justified all that was said by the many eminent and able speak ers who discussed the possibilities and advantages of semi-arid coun tries. Naturally, with the meetings held in a Montana city which has derived large benefit from dry land farming as it is understood, this state played an exceptionally prominent...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 November 1909

THE CAT OUT OF THE BAG. Mrs. Bauer-Tell my son-in-law that I thank him for his invitation, but am unable to accept it. Servant-Good. He promised me half a dollar if you weren't able to come. Try This in November. Thousands upon thousands of fam* ilies who have not been regular eat era of Quaker Oats will begin "on the first of November and eat Quaker Oats once or twice every day for thirty days of this month; the result in .good health and more strength and vigor will mean that every other month in the year will find them doing the same thing. Try it! Serve Quaker Oats plenti 'fully and frequently for the thirty days of November and leave off a cor dresponding amount of meat and greasy foods. You'll get more health, more vigor and strength than you ever got In thirty days of any other kind of eating. While you are trying this see that the children get a full share. Quaker Oats is packed in regular size packages and large size family ,packages. ? Their Advantages. "So you have made u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 November 1909

BETZVIIL TALE5 Rastus Diggs and His Mother-fn'-LaW -Ellis Parker Bufle'& ,~Audhor of"Pigs is Pi s' Erc" ILU$TRALTED By PETEP N~EWELL co C t " a. Mrs. Johnson Reached Out and Seized Him, and with One Swift Cast of Her Hand Threw Him Through the Hole In the Wail Made by the Projectile. There is no doubt that Rastus G. h Diggs is one of the most prominent a colored citizens of Betzville, but he is t a mean man, and we are glad to learn that he received his just deserts last 1 Thursday. About six years ago Rastus married Angelica Petaluma Johnson, noted all through this county for her large, level-topped feet, and all went merry as a marriage bell until about two years ago, when old Mrs. Johnson came to live with them. As soon as his mother-in-law entered the house the mean nature of Rastus made itself conspicuous, for he did nothing but pick on her all day long. Mrs. An gelica Petaluma Johnson did all she could to protect her poor old moth er, who was deaf as a post, and every nigh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 November 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 LOCAL ITEMS We both lose if you don't trade at the Bon Ton. A little son of Richard Towne is quite ill with typhoid fever. Good Heating Stove fir sale cheap. J. F. Murray. B. H. Koke enjoyed a visit from his father recently. Attorney John A. Tressler was a Glasgow visitor Monday. Lavina Lamb is visiting relatives in town this week. For Sale. -An In tern at ion a l orrespondence School course, ap ply at The Enterprise office. Old fashioned pure sweet apple cider in gallon jugs at Kilduff's. Thomas V. Kilnuff and family have moved into their new house in town. St. Mary's Guild will meet with Mrs. F. C. Tanner Wednesday after noon November 10th. iCharles Jones who has been at Scoby for several months, is at home again for a few days. County Surveyor W. H. Mann spent several days in this locality lately attending to offici...

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

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. YOUR FIRST DEPOSIT at The First State Bank will increase your own self-respect and improve your standing with others. Open. an account and see how much better you feel and how the safety of your money no longer bothers you. Make a deposit today and you'll stand bet ter among business friends than you ever did before. IT. G. Robinson, President C, F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. dALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. S '1cKennan 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 Lost One brown horse with crop ears branded Mon left shoulder and left thigh an ~ on right shoulder. $10 reward. U Eress A. B. McDonald. Zortnmna, Mont. Call for Bids for Medical Attendance of County Poor. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Coun ty Commissioners of Valley County, Montana, will receive sealed bids for medical attendance of the sick, poor and infirm of the County. and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 November 1909

Malta Enterprise. Published by The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc., M. T. Cramer, Mlgr. * 0aetN w fItrs * 0 ISUMMARY, * 0 !:WEEK'SEVENTS;! :Latest News of Interest. * Boiled Down for the * Busy IviMan. " 0 PERSONAL Horace H. Lurton of Nashville is believed in Washington to have the best chance for appointment to the bench of the supreme court to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Jus tice Peckham. Lurton is an old friend of President Taft. G. A. Simpson, a Grant county (Ky.) tobacco grower, who shipped 75,000 pounds of his 1909 crop, with the aid of state troops, says he will move to New Mexico, as he fears night riders. Jacob M. Dickinson, secretary of war, says if his candidacy for senator in Tennessee would unite the Demo cratic factions in the state, he would make the race. Prof. Headlee of the Kansas agri cultural college says chinch bugs cause from $5,000,000 to $25,000,000 loss annually to the farmers of the state. He is experimenting with destroyers. Dr E. B. Morgan, an...

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

Gossip of Washington What Is Going On at the National Capital. Machine Counts Uncle Sam's Money i4 ti h n - ý . . b W ASHINGTON.-Uncle Sam is now E too big, too prosperous and too q much in a hurry even to count him f .money, and instead of counting his a coins by hand he simply runs them t through a sort of hopper, operated by t electricity, and an automatic register c phows how many go through. The I coins fall into a bag and are tied up I and sealed, the government guaran. I teeing that the correct number are in the bag. The machine can make no mistake, I hence Uncle Sam feels safe in making I his guaranty. In this way all the 1 money is now being counted out at i Washingtgn, to go to the subtreas uries and banks throughout the coun try. The treasury does a great deal of counting of money, and for the purpose women are employed rather than men, as it has been found after long experience that the women make fewer mistakes. Hence the operators who sit at the electric machines and O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 November 1909

LOCAL NEWS Wim. Thompson of Wagner spent Saturday in Malta. Wanted-1000 Ladies and gentle mnen to visit the lon Ton. Have you seen the line line of pipe s at the lon Ton:? Mrs. Clarence Brockway of Dodson is visiting with relatives in town this week, Young man, if you want the wool Suit that's all wool, better see Kil - duff. Mrs. George Jones and little niece, Kathleen, of Spokane, are visiting the Tucker family. The Ladies Aid Society will be en tertained on Thursday afternoon at the hospitable home of Mrs. John Survant. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tauax have moved to Malta for the winter so that the children may attend school. You can buy good Rutabagas or Cabbages for only 1ii cents per pound of Joe Lafond. Cabbages trimmed off nicely. Miss Peck is now ready to take or ders for Xmas gifts. Anything in the Christmas line not in stock will be promptly ordered. Stock Inspector Tom McDonald Was in town two or three days during the week so says the Montana (Hins dale) Homestead. Kilduff has t...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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