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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 November 1909

The R rit State Bank MALTA. MONT. HAVE YOU DISCOVERED .r that having a deposit in this bank and giving a check in payment of your bills will give you and your bus iness a better standing. It will make your business more prosperous and the fact that you are. associated with us will give your business a " strong prestige. To-day people judge you by the bank you associate with. Come in and see us and me fi. will Le glad to explain any question * you may ask. E. G. Itohk.son, President U. F. Morris, V ice-President. F. W. BIALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTRu us. 8 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 Lost One brown horse with crop ears branded fl on eft shoulder and left thigh an ~ on right shoulder. $10 reward.I rfl A. B. McDonald. Zortmna, Mont. Call for Bids for Medical Attendance of County Poor. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Coun ty Commissioners of Valley Count...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 November 1909

BETZVILLE TALEj5 Cousin Orone and Cleopatra ~1~yEllis Parker BuflerJ Aufhor of"PPigs is Pi s Y Ekc ILLUT2AED 4Y' PETE. NEWELL A%' It Was an Exciting Moment, with th e Italian Gentleman Shouting Encour agement to the Bear, and Cousin Orone Urging Cleopatra on. Cousin Orone McDooble is one of the most patient men in Betzville and, as he often says, you can never tell what will turn up if you only wait long enough. He is willing to wait almost any length of time for some thing to turn up, and it is this marvel ous patience that makes him so suc cessful as a trainer of wild animals. For eighteen or twenty years he has been waiting for some one to give him a couple of lions or tigers, and as soon as someone does give them to him, he will undoubtedly train them in a wonderful maner. Cousin Orone also says he is willing to wait consid erable time for someone to give him any other animal to train, and that he will-then show us something, but up to the present no one has given him any animal...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 November 1909

BILLY Br Frank H. Sweet (Copyright, by W. G. Chapman.) "You take dot girl I broke your head," cried the little German, fierce ly, as he made a sudden and deter mined rush forward with the rake he bad been using. But the young man only reached out and caught the rake handle in a firm grasp, at the same time smiling down at his wrathful assailant. "Let me explain, Hans," he urged. "There ain't no ogsplain," stormed the German; "You got off away, quick. My girl ain't for no college man dot won't work, dot play mit golf sticks and wear white clothes und hate no business. She better as dot. Her fader make rich money, and gif her everything to earn and to travel, and to wear. Dot all a mistake. I not go ing hat no lazy man round mit her. "But I merely called to pay my re spects and-" "Und make promise to call mit her some more, and talk, and talk, und pretty soon when we not looking there be a run off for marry. B'h! I got no use for college man who hat no strength for work." The young ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 November 1909

Do YouKnow Town Lot ValuesHcwelncreas5edR EN IX1 12 KONTHI? We Have Some Desirable Ones on Hand,But The Price is Going up Januar 1u o n a eN e rt IMALTA REALTY COMPANY OfLTce BrolwysOdOfc REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF -THE FIRST STATE BANK OF MALTA at Malta, in the State of Montana, at the close of business, November 16th 1909. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, 144,431.89 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 3,657.74 Bonds and Warrants 3.737.17 151.826.86 Stocks and securities 19.250.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 11.500.00 Other real estate owned 245.00 Cash reserve in bank, viz: Specie 8 2,068,87 Currency 8 065.00 Due from banks and bankers 66,667.89 Checks and oth er cash items 310.00 77,111.17 Total 258,432.97 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 825,000.00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 14,600.75 39,600.75 Individual depos its subject toc'k 154,499.09 Demand certific'te of deposit 5,081.78 Time certificates of deposit 56,225.63 Cashier's checks outstanding 1,543...

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

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern .AMoutaniu aad Especially of the Milk hIirer Valley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1909. No. 28. SUPREME COURT DECISION TWO AND HALF MILLS STICK STATE TAXES FOR NEXT YEAR WILL BE THE SAME AS THIS YEAR ALTHOUGH THE POPULATION WILL EXCEED OVER THREE MILLION PEOPLE Taxes for the year 1910 even though the total valuation in the state exceeds three hundred millions, may be at the rate of two and a half mills. This was so decided by the supreme court last week in an opin ion by Chief Justice Brantley, and concurred in by Justices Smith and Halloway. The decision was ren dered dn the application of William Bennett fir an injunction to restrain the state board of examiners from permitting expenditumesfor next year on the assumption that a levy of two mills and a half would be valid,when the constitution provides that the levy shall be only a mill and a half when the valua...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 1 December 1909

Malta Enterprise. Published by The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc., Al. T. Cramer, Mgr. * * OFA IiWEEK'S_EVENTS "i S" * 0 Latest News of Interest: Boiled Down for the Busy Man. PERSONAL. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt and chil dren have returned home from their European tour. Miss Bessie Wood Aspinwall of Newburg, N. Y., and Lieut. Hayden W. Wagner, U. S. A., of Dekalb, Ill., were married at Newburg. James L. Davenport, first deputy commissioner of pensions, has been appointed commissioner, to succeed Vespasian Warner, resigned. President Taft has named Chief Justice W. J. Mills of the New Mexico supreme court, as governor of that ter ritory. Baron Rosen, Russian ambassador to the United States, and the baroness sailed on the Kronprinzessin Cecilie from Cherbourg for New York. Miss Annette Gardner Munro of Portland, Ore., has been selected as dean of the women's department of the University of Rochester. The resignation of Vespasian Warn er, as United States pension commis sioner, has been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 1 December 1909

Pedro and the Prince By ISABEL MOORE (Copyright, by Short Stories Co.. Ltd.) There was once a mighty King who had an only son; and opposite the pal ace lived a poor man who also had an ,only son. The son of the King and the son of the poor man were of iden tically the same age and the name of each was Pedro. One day the Prince told his father, the King, that he very much desired to travel, but that he would not be content to do so unless Pedro his neighbor could go with him. Whereupon the King ordered two -of the best and finest horses in the army to be prepared, one for the Prince and one for Pedro. They traveled much, these two boys, into many beautiful and far-distant lands; and one day a great adventure happened to them. . They had dismounted for a rest in the middle of the day, and the Prince told Pedro to mind the horses while he should go to search for a spring from which they could drink. Pedro waited and waited, but the Prince did not return. Very much dis tressed, Pedro ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 1 December 1909

THE ENTE RPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Proprietors. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana,asSecond Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County Malta Market Report (Furnished by St. A. & D. Ele. Co.) Wheat-No. I Northern - $ 84'1 No. 2 Northern - - - 82!2 No. 1 Durumi - - - No. 2- - - Flax - - - - 1 51 Oats - bulk per cwt. 1 00 Barley - - "73 Rye - - - - - 441 ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Is there a weather grumbler in Malta? Judge A. Davidson went down to Great Falls Monday. A big free (loll will be given away to J. F. Murray's drug sto re. Edward Leech, of Saco, transacted business in Malta last Friday. Ed. Martin was in yesterday from the Fifield camp near Wagner. Mrs. C. E. Hess, of Saco,is visiting her children in Malta this week. Mr. and Mrs. 11.11. Fifield,of Wag ner, were Thanksgiving guests in Malta. J. H. Jameson, a well known Zort man citizen, was a Malta caller last Saturday. C. W. Stevens and Harry Cosner transacted business in Glasgow this afternoon. W...

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

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. ASK THE P__AcCOUnrT Book - Keeper At the First State Bank if he han dles many accounts of a size your affairs would yield. He will tell you that the proportion of small ac counts is much larger than the num ber of big ones. So do not hesitate to start one because your business is not large. It will grow and so will the account. [i. G. [ohnrson, I'resident C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. iIALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. S McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent Lost One brown horse with crop ears branded on eft shoulder and left thigh an on right shoulder. $10 reward. Address A. B. McDonald. Zortmna, 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 Coun...

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

AJ W F2// N architectural anomaly, a beautiful build ing built from scrap material, is the pro duct of the genius, energy and inspiration of an Omaha clergyman. When completed the First German Presbyterian church will present an edifice of stable and dignified "f beauty, yet all the material that goes into its construction is discarded junk gathered from every available source. It represents what can be accomplished by a few ear nest, hard-working men under the leader ship of a preacher full of enthusiasm and Inspiring optimism. When he first went to Omaha, three Yta aei ttu, ac" . determined that his congregation should have a new church. The fact that the mem bers numbered only 60 and the whole property of the corporation was about $5,000 troubled him not at all, and he began to build with as much faith as if he had the riches of Solomon. His plan was to gather everywhere, whenever he could, all the old but strong timbers, all the iron junk available for structural use, all the lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 1 December 1909

STADARD OIL IS HARD HIT ATTORNEY FRANK B. KELLOGG WINS BRILLIANT VICTORY OVER CORPORATION. DISTINGUISHED PART BORNE BY MINNESOTANS Public Men Declare It the Most Sweeping Decision Ever Rendered By a United States Die trict Court. St. Paul.-In the government's suit against the Standard Oil Company. The United States circuit court ord ered the corporation to be dissolved, it being an illegal corporation. The de cision was filed in St. Paul and St. Louis. The case was heard in the United States circuit court at St. Louis in April, 1909, by Circuit Judges San born of St. Paul, Vandevanter of Cheyenne, Hook of Leavenworth, and Adams of St. Louis. Argued by Frank B. Kellogg. The case was argued by Frank B. Kellogg of St. Paul, and Charles B. Morrison of Chicago, for the United States, and John G. Milburn of Buff alo, David T. Watson of Pittsburg, Moritz Rosenthal of Chicago, and John G. Johnson of Philadelphia, on behalf of the defendants. The action was brought to enjoin John D. Rockefel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 1 December 1909

Real Estate is The Only Safe In vestment MaltaWillDouble in Population in 1910. A little money invested in city property now will yield you a handsome profit. We still have a few well located lots to ha ne s e m.We have a fine seven room house very conveniently located, with a well, good fence, walk and outbuildings. At the price offered ti is a real bargain M L A REALTC_ MALTA, MONTANA A N Y Office: Brockway's Old Office Something New ? ? Hark ye! Hear ye! All ye who like fun, frolic, tragedy and music present yourself at the door of the Garland stadium, on Friday Novem ber 10, in the evening by 8 o'clock by ye watch. See yon posters and be sure and reed next week's Enterprise. Ye performers will be ye job bers I of ye Malta Cornet Band. Local News Mrs. Irwin Guffy, of Ashfield, vis ited with friends in town last Satur - day. lion. John Slattery of Glasgow,was a business visitor in Malta last Sat urday. A fountain pen makes a fine Christ mas gift. See them at the Malta Drug Store. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 December 1909

THEI EIEII' RIPRI SE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are I.dentifed with those of o~ Montana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL. 19 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA ' NESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1909. No. 29. LOUIS W. HILL WILL VISIT IN MALTA IN A FEW DAYS PRESIDENT OF THE GREAT NORTHERN AND HIS ATTORNEY AND ENGINEER WILL MEET WITH THE PEOPLE OF THE MILK RIVER VALLEY IN THIS CITY News has been received in this city from Louis W. Hill, president of the Great Northern Railway, to the effect that he will soon leave for Malta where he wishes to .eet with the members of the United Milk River Irrigation Association for the purpose of defining some method of hastening work upon the entire St. Mary-Milk River project. He does not state definitely when he will be here, but states that within ten days he will leave for Montana, accompanied by his attorney and a prominent railroad engineer, and wishes to meet everyone interested in the St. Mary-Milk River project at Malta. He will let the o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 December 1909

f4e~~~i~ J\%jd= ; oIl HE ENTIRE holiday season and especially Christmas day, is pre-eminently an occasion for "letting down the bars" with reference to the personnel of the enlisted force of the U. S. navy. Ordinarily pretty rigid discipline is enforced on the warships of our navy-as is necessary where so many men are crowded together in close quarters but at the joyous yule-tide season the officers are wont to allow the bluejackets pretty free rein for their frolics. This latitude is allowed not merely because Christmas week is uni versally recognized as an occasion for mirth and merriment. Fully as potent is the fact that a general good time at Christ mas keeps Jack from getting homesick for the sort of family - L'! WAR/T///G CHR/IJ /-A LT.fTEfRJ l TH/ PLX/l .RT HoN. reunion that most other people are enjoying during the closing week of December. Of course, any one of Uncle Sam's tars may enjoy an old-fashionoed Christmas at home if the ship to which he is attached happens to be i...

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

The Talisman By EMILIA PARDO BAZAN (Copyright, by Short Stories Co., Ltd.) The following story, though true, sh6uld not be read in the daytime. Read it by lamplight, I beg of you; not an electric light or a gas let nor oven .a petroleum lamp, but by. one of those graceful, three-branched . af fairs which give but little light and leave the greater porti6n of the room In shadow. Or betters still, light no lamp at all, but go out into the gar den, and beside' the pond where the magnolias shed their ' intoxicating fragance and the moon its silvery rays, there listen to the tale of the .mandrake and Baron Helynagy. I made the acquaintance of the 'stranger-and I do not say this to give a coloring of probability to my t4lo but because ~I really did 'knonw himd-in the simplest and. most com. mol4ilace way in the world. He was introduced to nme at one of the numer ous entertainments given at the Aus trian embassy. The baron was 'first secretary of the embassy, but neither the post which he ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 December 1909

REMEMBER You can buy Ghristmas presents for the whole family at this store. See the point. It saves you running around. : : ROCKING CHAIRS POCKET KNIVES ARM CHAIRS SCISSORS FOOT STOOLS RAZORS PARLOR TABLES SAFETY RAZORS DESK TABLE REVOLVERS BUFFETTS KNIVES and FORKS COUCIIES SPOONS KITCHEN CABINETS BABY SPOONS A New Range For Mother. Little Red Chairs Eor The Children THE GIFT STORE CHAMBERS. Furniture. Hardware. Undertaking. A $100 Typewriter for 17 Cents a Day! Please read the headline over again, Then its tremendous significance will dawn upon you. An Oliver typewriter-the standard visible writer -the $100 machine-the most highly perfected type writer on the market-yours for 17 cents a dayl The typewriter whose conquest of the commercial world is a matter of business history-yours for 17 cents per day. The typewriter that is eluippeI with scores of such conveniences as "The Bolance Shift"-"The Ruling device"-The Double Release"-"The Locomotive Base"-The Automatic Spacer"-The Auto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 December 1909

T hiFt at3 Bank MALTA. MONT. DEPOSIT YOUR = CHRISTMAS RECEIPTS Mr In the First State Bank and you won't have to worry about them. They can be neither stolen, burned or / lost,- Open and account at once so you can enloy the security and con venience of a good bank. Plenty of small bills and silver for our custom ers' conveniene. e. H. G. Rohinson, treslident U. F, Morris. Vice-President. F. W. iIALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRuo.roRS; $ McKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jae. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark. of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent -- -ยท THE GREAT NORTHERN HOTELfI MA. . A, - - - - - MONANA MAX 8 K LOWER, Prop.rietoi A strictly new and modern, up-to-date, three-story brick j Hotel, convenient alike to depet and business portion of the city. Rooms Single and en suite. Rates $2 per day up ALL ROOMS CLEAN, AIRY AND ( )MFORTALHE FINE SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN c FIRST-CLASS BAR IN CONNECTICN The bar in connection carries the finest li...

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

- Malta Enterprise. By MALT'A UINTERPRISE PIb. CO. JOS. B. IDMINSTIt, Pub. MALTA, - MOFN. NEWS OFAWEEKIN 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 1 Quarters of the Globe and Given in a Few Lines. PERSONAL. Mrs. Rose Pastor Stokes, the settle- I ment worker, has promised to aidthe striking shirtwaist makers in New York. She says the girls were paid r "miserable wages." John G. A. Leishman, the newly ap pointed American ambassador to Italy, has arrived at Rome. Mirs. John Wright Hunt, wife of the turpentine king, who eloped with Prince Alexander, a cousin of the a czar, returned to New York without the prince and was welcomed by her father, Adelbert Babcock of Brook field, N. Y. g Dr. Frederick A. Cook is seeking h needed rest in the vicinity of New it York, but the place where he is stop- r. ping is guarded with great secrecy. Z Some of his friends express grea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 December 1909

FOaD IN UEER PLAU Missed From a Mangled Mall Bag, They are Recovered From Car Truoke. It does not always follow that the disappearance of registered mail packages indicate a robbery of the mail This was demonstrated on The Overland Limited train No. 2 Friday, November 6th, when a pack. age of five registered letters from Schuyler disappeared between that point and Omaha. The recovery of the lost package was as strange as its disappearance. The Schuyler pouch is picked up from a crane by means of a pouch catcher as the train passes. This pouch catcher is attached to the mail car and hooks onto the pouch sus pended from the crane as the train passes. In this particular instance the pouch catcher did not make a good catch and the pouch fell under tie wheels of the train and was cut in two. Thl mail was scattered along the track for a considerable distance, but the five registered letters, which were in a packet, could not be found .when the other mail was picked up. The impression at o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 8 December 1909

Or Lease--See Us. We want'a good list of land and livestock. All matters pertaining to land promptly and carefully attended to. MALTA REALTY COMPANY, lnc. Local News We both lose if you don't trade at the Bon Ton. A big line of Gibson, Chusty, Riley '>ooks at the Malta Drug Store. T. B. Blankenship and brother were here from Dodson Sunday. ( !.ftshwood, stag, ebony ad. silver tdl fet sets from $1 to $7 at the Malta Drug Store. lilode Island Red Cockerels for sale. -Mrs. 0, Elliott. D)r. Montgomery returned to Malta Monday after an absence of several weeks. TIh Mttl4l Drug Store is showing mwnuicure sets for Christmas from 50 cents up to $3. Anyoin wanting good men, call on l or write Schuster & Stevens. No charge. tf Cut glass or hand painted china at the Malta Drug Store at prices that c innot fail to please. The Odd Fellows at their la st meet ing elected the following officers: N. Gi., II. G. Robinson; V. G., Fred Smith; Treas., A. Elliott; Secretary, U. W. [lrockway. For ...

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