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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 November 1909

STHE ENTERPRISE. .4Weekly~ N7ewspaper Whose In~terests azre Identified with those of ~Northern M)Jon~tana& and Especially of the Milli hirer Talley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1909. No. 25. A BAD RAILROAD WRECK AT RUGBY, NORTH DAKOTA IN WHICH THIRTEEN WELL KNOWN STOCKMEN WERE INJURED THOMAS CLARY DIED FROM INJURIES, HE WAS A WELL KNOWN AND RESPECTED CITIZEN A stock train with the caboose standing partly upon the main line and the occupants of the caboose all asleep, was struck by the engine of the fast mail last Thursday morning at Rugby, North Dokota, and thir teen men were more or less injured. The engine is said to have plowed thru the caboose demolishing it bad Iv and the wreckage then took fire. The engine then struck a carload of horses ahead of the caboose and af tarward went into the ditch. The engineer and fireman jumped in time to save their lives. The injured were rescued before they were burn ed by the flames and taken to the hos pi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 November 1909

R~ILW~YSIN bouviii. --p ~XDANJEL. PWI1~~I52S ~ ~ ~ y4, 24~Y -' / 'V i~imrnr ~~T/WIOP1 /~T PUt ~ICIIYq 80L/V14 S A RESULT of having lost its PacifiB A seaboard province of Antofagasta. follow. ing the war with Chile in 1879. Bolivia found itself shut off from the sea and de pendent upon its neighbors for an outlet to the great world. Great as was the blow to national pride, for the Bolivians felt the loss of Antofagasta more keenly than even the French that of the Rhine provinces, and serious as was the loss to the national treasury of the revenues derived from the rich nitrate fields of the lost province, yet the blow was perhaps less heavy than the Bolivians themselves then thought. It changed entirely the country's eco nomic outview and pushed it forward into lines of de velopment which in all probability would otherwise have been delayed for many years. Even prior to 1879 the nitrate fields were for the most part owned by for eigners, the Bolivians themselves being engaged in gol...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 November 1909

BETZVIIILE AE Rocco Mackintosh and His Two Natures ,I" Eli Parker Builer7 WJAufhor of` igs -iS Pi~s Efc 1LLUSTPATED BY PETE R. NEWELL ~rVr K .r e +l~ eghH u HsK e nHsC et n PnigH mefD w h s HeSie1 i a nHsTehadBtUtlH re 4 forMry " The most permanently uncomfort able man In Betaville is Rocco Mack intosh, and it is all due to his two na tures, which he inherited from his parents. From his mother, who was Rosa Gallucci, he inherited the hot blooded nature of Italy, and from his father, Sandy Mackintosh, he inher ited the cautious nature of a Scot, and while both these natures are ex oellent, they do not mix well, and in Rooco Mackintosh they did not mix at all. They remained at all times distinctly separate, like the streaks of fat and lean in a piece of bacon. Three weeks ago last Wednesday Rocco woke with his hot Italian na ture in the saddle, so to speak, and an overpowering desire came upon him to write a Black Hand letter, so he sat down and began to write one, but when he was abo...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 November 1909

THE ENT ER PRISE 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 Hon Ton. 0. F. McCone returned from Minot Monday evening. Come to the Farnurs' Institute November 18. Good Heating Stove for sale cheap. .J. F. NIurrav. Rev. L. .1. Christler will preach at the M. E. church tonight. Mrs. F. C. Tanner is entertaining St. Mary's Guild this afternoon. It will pay you to attend the Farm ers' Institute. The lectures will be worth while. St. Mary's Guild will hold a bazaar and serve slipper on Tuesday November 30th. Mrs. Davidson and Miss Pearl Swagg of Zortman, visited with Mrs. Ed Powell last week. Elijah Smith has returned from Shoshone, Idaho, where he has been for several months past. For Sale.-An In ternational Correspondence School course, ap ply at The Enterprise office. Mrs. J. S. Morton of Amity, Mo., who has spent the summer i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 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. IE. G. Hlohinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. LALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. S McLennan Coo. 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 eft shoulder and left thigh anA on right shoulder. $10 reward. Address A. B. McDonald. Zortmna, Mont. Call for Blds 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 in ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 November 1909

Malta _nterprise. Published by The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc., M. T. Cramer, Mgr. NEWS OF A WEEK IN 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. PERSONAL. Mrs. Raymond Robins, who is in New York to welcome Mrs. Pankhurst, the English suffragette, said western factory girls are superior physically to those of the east. Congressman Aiken of South Caro lina says he will introduce a bill in the next congress for prohibition in the District of Columbia. De Witt Clinton Duncan, the well known Cherokee writer and states man, is dead at his home in Vinita, Okla., at the age of 75 years. Mr. Duncan wrote many notable articles on Cherokee affairs and poems under the Indian name of "Too-Qua-Stee." Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson, the de posed New York Christian Science leader, in a public statement declares she does not intend to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 November 1909

An Artist's Wooing By LOUISE DEEMING (Copyright, by W. 0. Chapman.) "I must confess, Harry," said Nor man Langford, "that I have found the south very agreeable." "From an artistic or personal point of view?" inquired his friend, Harry Stanway. "From both," responded the young artist. "The scenery is full of restful beauty and the inhabitants invariably courteous and very hospitable." Stan way smiled. "And not the least agreeable of the inhabitants is pretty Dora Manton?" be queried. Langford colored, but made no re ply. He had taken the southern trip principally for his health, and from the first time that his eyes had rested upon Dora Manton the girl's soft dreamy eyes, sweet face and gentle manner had made a deep impression upon him. Stanway had noticed this and was well pleased. He liked the struggling young New York artist, who was some ten years his junior, and he had known Dora Manton from her earliest childhood. The two men sat and smoked in silence. Stanway was reflecting up...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 November 1909

LOCAL NEWS 3000 post cards to choose from at the Bon Ton.--Nuf sed. Al. Lewis of the IT. L. ranch re turned Sunday evening from an en joyable visit to his old home at Fort Bentou. You can buy good Rutabagas or Cabbages for only 1 1 cents per pound of Joe Lafond. Cabbages trimmed off nicely. There are more John Deere plows sold and In use, than all other makes put together. There must be a reason for this, ask Kilduff. John Hackshaw left Saturday even ing for Belt. Montana, where he will visit his aged mother whom he has not Beft11ftor eote thdB>e KYdii sAL E-Fift# iiniddfyeariin g bucks. flalf btjId Cottrels and Freiick lf4irhno, they can be seen at the Billy Lowell ranch, southeash of town. $13 per head. Geo. Jones. LOST OR STOLEN A Black Collie bitch, answers to the name of Fly. A reward of $5.00 is offered for her recovery. Notify A. Davidson, Malta, Mont. Edw. Suter and Lewis Garnatz re turned recently from Omemee, N. D., where they have been working for some time earning mon...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 November 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Milk River T"illey VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1909. No. 26. HINSDALE SHEEPMAN KILLED AT SOUTH ST. PAUL YARDS ROBERT THOMPSON, OF THE FIRM OF BRANDS, THOMPSON & MONTFORT, MEETS DEATH BY BEING CRUSHED BETWEEN LOADING CHUTE AND TRAIN Robert Thompson, the well known sheep man of the firm of Brands, Thompson & Montfort, who have been in the sheep business in this vi cinity during the past two or three years, met his death at the South St. Paul stock yards last Tuesday night. The following account of his death is taken from the South St. Paul Daily Reporter of the 10th.-Hinsdale Homestead. Robert Thompson, a livestock ship per from Hinsdale, Montana, was crushed to death between the loading chutes and a moving train in the stock yards last night. The body, still warm, was found about 11:15 by the night train men. His ribs and c...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 November 1909

Thli T, . ild trk HE newest idea, appropri T ate to Thanksgiving, is. that wild turkeys should be farmed-that is to say, bred regularly un der conditions of semi domestication. Ornitho. "'' logical experts say that it is entirely feasible' and in the adoption or __. such a plan lies the hope for the preservation oL our greatest game bird from final ex- unction. The wild turkey, of course, is a species entirely distinct from the. tame bird with the white-meated breast. One reason why its preser vation is important is that it isr needed to contribute from time to! time its hardy blood and much-prized game flavor to the domesticated va riety by interbreeding. The compar atively dark meat of the breast of many of the tame turkeys that come to market nowadays at the Thanks giving season is attributable to such matings, which are eagerly sought by the knowing producer of feath ered stock. The wild turkey is so notoriously shy that most people would be in clined to suppose it incapable of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 November 1909

Aunt Rhinocoltra Betz and Fido [y ElIVs Parker Builer J EM3 Aubhor of'Pigs is Pi s Eic LLUSTRATED By PETER. NEWELL o o d0 goo 000 00 Og ° II ir T N d His Tall Did Not Wag-Fido Wagged. Aunt Rhinocolura Betz is known from one end of this county to the other as the social leader of Betz ville, and this is not because she is distinguished by having the only auto matic cork leg in the village, but be cause she cannot bear to see afyone unhappy. She spends her life in mak ing people happy, and that is why her pink teas are so talked about. If a hostess had no more life than a corpse her social functions are apt to re semble a funeral. One reason Aunt Rhinocolura was so fond of her dog Fido was because he was such a happy dog, and every morning he would come to her bed side and wag his tail, and at a single word from Aunt Rhinocolura he would run and bring her cork leg, wagging his tail all the time. Everyone loved Fido, because he was so cheerful and such a continuous tail-wagger. When ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 November 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 ITEMS Next Wednesday evening the Mal ta orchestra will play at Saco. R. R. Davis, of the engineering de partment of the G. N. Ry. is in the city today. George Hackett, while scuffling in a friendly way with a man named South, was accidently shot in the knee by South with a revolver of large caliber. At present writing Hackett is not improving as fast as hoped for by his physician and friends. The cold weather and a scarcity of heat in the car was more than the fruit and eggs could stand that were unloaded here Tuesday and as a con sequence several boxes of fruit and two cases of eggs were frozen solid. The shipment belonged to John L. Merchant. Last Sunday afternoon when the belated No. I arrived in the city, spectators at the depot were treated to quite a sight. It seems that the train struck a band of sheep ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 November 1909

The First State Bank' MALTA, MONT. A Swell Turkey dinner on Thanksgiving doesn't be gin to equal the savings made by the man who pays by check instead of in cash. He hasn't frittered his I money away like the one who car ries currency instead of a check book. C , ., Open an account with The First State Bank and you'll find that a check book doesn't burn a hole in in your pocket as ready money does. E. G. Rohinson, President U. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. LIALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DmECTORS. 8 Mcl~ennan 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 f on eft shoulder and left thigh an on right shoulder. $10 reward. t ress A. B. McDonald. Zortmna, Mont. Call for Bids for Medical Attendance of Couaty Poor. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Coun ty Commissioners of Valley County. Montana, will receive sealed bids for medical attendance of ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 November 1909

Malta Enterprise. Published by The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc., M. T. Cramer, Mgr. NEWS OF A WEEKIN CONDENSED FORM RECORD OF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEPEST 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. PERSONAL Charles P. Taft, brother of the president, has purchased a rare por trait, probably the finest of its kind in the World, in Limoges enamel, for which it is understood he paid $100, 000. It is a portrait of the duke of Nevers, by Limousin, a sixteenth cen tury artist. Franklin Taylor, who ran for mu nicipal judge in the New York elec tion and lost, filed an expense account of $832.23, accompanied by the re mark that "A fool and his money are soon parted." Mrs. Sarah T. Rorer, the well-known culinary expert, shocked the Mothers' club of New York by declaring that men were not fit to bring up their own sons. Gen. Thomas H. Hubbard has been elected president of the ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 November 1909

PASSING OF FAMOUS TENNIS COURT. I" New annex to the White House executive offices, which is being erected on the site of the famous meeting-place of Ex-President Roosevelt's "tennis -cabinet." Her Crowning Beauty By EDWARD HARRIS (Copyright, by W. G. Chapman.) Will Payne stood waiting at the cor ner, as the girls came pouring out of the factory. He was watching for Kit ty Owen, with whom he was accus tomed to walk home to the little house where she lived with her brother. Will was a sober looking fellow, much too serious minded, Kitty thought, for his own good. Kitty was willful, as pretty and sweet as a girl could be, but Will thought her some times too light and frivolous for ev eryday life. It was plainly to be seen, by the light that danced in his eyes as Kitty came up, that, whatever her faults might be, he adored her. "I've got that job in the city, if I want it," he said as they walked on together. "Are you going to take it?" "Do you think I had better, Kitty?" he asked anxio...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 November 1909

WE HA VE IT, _ We have a large list of deeded lands under the Ditch. We have a number of choice business and residence lots at prices that will make you money. We have an accurate set of land office charts corrected up-to-date. WE L OCA TE 160 AND 320 A CRE HOMES TEADS SelI srne h tI srs--ie if n cieList Your Property With Us and We Will Procure For You The Best Possible prices. PIONEER REALTY CMAYMALTA, MONTANA ffce: Half block south ofBak South Side ADDITIONAL LOCAL. We both lose if you don't trade at the Bon Ton. District court was adjourned last Tuesday morning. Mrs. Xellie Davis was granted a divorce in the district court last Sat urday. Teachers' examinations will be held in Malta, Glasgow and Culbertson on November 26th and 27th. Rev. I. A. Rader will attend the County Sunday School convention, held at Glasgow this week. Mrs. C. W. Stevens and little dau ghter Louise, returned Sunday morn ing from an extended visit with rela tives in St. Paul. The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. chu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 November 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly JN'ewspaper Whwse Iterests are Identified with those of .N'orthern Montana and Especially of the Milk hirer T'alley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1909. ;o. 27. INSITUTE A BIG SUCCESS EXCELLENT ORATORS PRESENT PROFESSORS COOLEY AND LINFIELD OF THE MONTANA AG. RICULTURAL COLLEGE AND PROF. SHAW OF MIN NESOTA WERE THE POPULAR INSTRUCTORS The annual farmers' institute was held in Malta last Thursday at the Bank hall. Sessions were held both afternoon and evening, the afternoon session being only fairly well attend ed, but the ladies came also in the evening and the hall was filled. The speakers were Prof. Thomas Shaw, of Minnesota; Prof Linfield, of the Ex- } periment Station at Bozeman, and , Prof. Cooley, superintendent of the Farmers' Institute of the state. In the afternoon Prof. Cooley took for his subject the raising of sugar beets and produced facts and figures gained by practical experiments, to substantiate his claims th...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 November 1909

Malta Enterprise. Published by The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc., M. T. Cramer, Mgr. NEWS OFAWEEK IN 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. PERSONAL. Col. Charles Smith, 81 years old, s ho served in the Mexican war and in the civil war, died at his home in Terre Haute, Ind. Herman Erenhaft, a New York tailor with a large family, will soon come into possession of $100,000. He inherits from an aunt in Austria the fortune which will relieve him and his family from the stress of poverty. Lord Minto, viceroy of India, and Lady Minto narrowly escaped death by bombs thrown at them in Ahmeda bad, India, by unknown persons. GENERAL. NEWS. Two heroic men, R. Y. Williams and F. M. Morris, descended into the St. Paul mine at Cherry, Ill., and paved the way for a fight against the flames, and it is confidently believed th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 November 1909

R.C P N t Nit 44 ý/'ý " "j . 111" . r HIS year's big and record yield of wheat, corn and oth er staples has been heralded far and wide. But there is another harvest that has been growing and ripening all unno ticed by government statisticians and by everybody else, and that is the bumper crop of new millionaires and multi-millionaires. Never before were there so many in New York as there are to-day. Millionaires were made in a night by the great wave of consoli dation and the merging of hundreds of industrial enterprises that was the feature of the opening years of the twentieth century, just after the close of the Spanish-American war. There were steel kings, steamship kings, pump kings, kings of car springs and of air brakes and of all sorts of things. They blossomed forth between the sunset of one day and the dawn of the next. The select circle of plu tocracy widened so swiftly that it broke all barriers and created a new aristocracy of wealth in America. New York was invaded by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 November 1909

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Prepieters. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, as Second Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County CHANGE IN MANAGEMENT. November 18th my resignation as editor of The Enterprise and manag er of The Malta Enterprise Publish ing Co., took effect and Jos. B. Ed i inster, of Benson, M nnesota, has taken charge of my work. During the fourteen months I have had charge The Enterprise has made a long stride forward. It has prospered and grown from a seven column folio to a six column quarto and the sub scription list has I ecen increased so that the piper now enters twice the number of homes it did a year ago, making it one of the very best ad vertising mediums in Northern Mon tana. The mechanical department has undergone a decided change, too. The old Vaughn hand press has given place to a cylinder press; the cases of old battered ten point type have been replaced by cases of brevier and a number of fonts of new and up-to...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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