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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 June 1908

atmts Historical Suoielt Wr TELL THE NEWS RATSES AS IT Is ONE YEAR 9I.0 TOLDTOUSTHE ENTERPRISE MONT .4 Weekly .VNewpe, lVr JViose Interests ate edlen tif/ied aitl those of .Xrthern JlotrlMna and E'speeially of the .k ilk River YValley VOL 10 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA, June 10, 1908. No 3 THE FIRST STATE BANK MALTA, MONT. A MAN IS IN DANGER of robbery every day he keeps his cashabout his person, his bome or his' place of business. Once you are known as having that habit you are a mark for thugs and thieves. Save both your money and yourself by de positing your cash in" The First State Bank. Then you need fear neither thieves, fire. or any other danger to your money or person. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-Presideat. F. W. BALL, 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 DR, GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OFFIOE & RESIDENCE MAIN STREET MALTA, MONTANA JOHN A. TRESSLER ATTORNEY ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 June 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE, R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA. * MONT. NEWS OFAWEEK TOLD IN BRIEF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS GATH ERED FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. GIVEN IN ITEMIZED FORM Notable Happenings Prepared for the Perusal of the Busy Man-Sum. mary of the Latest Home and For. *lgn Notes. PERSONAL. Maj. Alfred Dreyfus was shot and slightly wounded by Louis Gregori, a military writer, in the Pantheon just after the canonization of Emile Zola. Dr. William C. Gorgas of the isth mian canal commission was elected president of the American Medical as sociation at Chicago. The funeral of former Senator James K. Jones of Arkansas was held at the family residence in Washington. C. J. L. Meyer, former millionaire and once president of the Northwest ern railroad, asked to be admitted to the Milwaukee county poorhouse. Congressman J. F. Lanning, former ly vice-president and director of the defunct Ohio Trust company, was in dicted at Norwalk, O., on seven counts charging embezzlement. William Jeffries ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 June 1908

The Colonel'sr Campaign BY CHARLES MOREAU HARGIS (Copyrlght.) Col. Leith was proud of his posses sion. The big, red, vociferous car ex actly suited his mood-for he liked to do things hurriedly; he worshiped swiftness. Even now he had left the fort by the valley road and was dustily tearing toward Rockwell City, four miles away. So Cbl. Leith went unconsciously on his way, driving his motor car faster .and faster-until something happened. Something usually does happen with motor cars. Several things hap pened first and last with this one and the colonel. This was a comparatively harmless happening. He cavorted around the bluffs, by the city's edge, careened through the deep cut by the river and came plump on Grace Dewey, daughter of the best known ranchman in the valley. Her mount reared, but trained horsewoman that she was, she kept her seat in the saddle. The car wheezed and the horse reared again. This time she did not keep her seat, but went down in a limp bundle to the hard road...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 June 1908

SMPBELL & CO. 4 CAItiLY A FULL LINE OP1 SGROC ERrES Confectionery Fruits Cigars , Tobaccoes. . ie d. .r,East of the Creat Northeru STRAYS "SOWERS BROTHERS Will pay a liberal reward for the ,,ura or any of their horses hearing t..4llowing brand: SRight shoulder Right thigh ' KITCHIEN CABINETS Are the greatest thing for the kitchen ever S* invented. It brings the work down to a fine system. There is a place for everything. It centralizes and holds in a convenient and practical way all the ma tarial and utensils used in cooking and baking; it is a combination of drawers shelves and bins, all easy access and built for practical use. Call and see them and look them over you will sure to be pleas ed wi;h them A iMLL STOCK OF FURNITURE AND.HARDWARE TOO. INCLUD ING THE COLE'S HOT BLAST RANGE AND SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS - Hardware and Furniture Store '. B. W. BROCIKWAY g. Ia/ Estate and Insurancei U.S. COMMIT'N'R. NOTARY PUBLIC Ofmce half Block South of the Great Nort eL Hotel. MALTA, - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 June 1908

WE TELL THE NEWS SUBSCRIPTION RAT TOLD TO US X A TWeeokly ANewsparper ip hose laterests' are Identified with those of .Norther, .iMotanrar and Espeeallly of the ,1jil. River V"ralley VOL 10 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA, June 17, 1908. No. 4 THE FIRST STATE BANK MALTA, MONT. IF YOU ARE HELD UP you need'nt worry about hav ing your check book stolen. It isn't worth a cent to anybody but yourself. The First State Bank will give you another, so you lose absolutely nothing. But if you carry around cash in stead of a check book it will be a very different story. Take the hint and open an account. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. HALL, 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 DR. GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OFFIGE & RESIDENCE MAIN STREET MALTA, MONTANA JOHN A. TRESSLER ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in all State and Federal Courts,. Office: Main street, south Bide, Ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 June 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISEL R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA, - * MONT. NEWSOF A WEEK TOLOIN BRIEF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS GATH ERED FROM ALIt POINTS Of THE GLOSE. GIVEN IN ITEMIZED FORM Notable Happenings Prepared for the Perusal of the Busy Man-Sum mary of the Latest Home and Fdr eign Notes. PERSONAL. Representative A. A. Wiley of Ala bama. a member of the past four con gresses, was reported critlcally ill at Hot Springs. Va. Miss Annie S. Peck. well known mountain climber. is going to Peru to make a second attempt to reach the summit of Mount tiuascaran, which she believes is the loftiest peak in the western hemisphere. Raymond Hitchcock, the actor ac. caused of mistreating young girls, was acquitted by a jury in New York. The empress of Germany fell from her horse while out riding, but was uninjured. * J. U. Barnes. president of the in solvent Minnesota Title Insurance and Trust company, was found guilty of grand larceny at Minneapolis. The state board of pardons of 1lli nois refused to par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 June 1908

' b8ýa0*e 01 Tfl I l The wind that sing* in the clhinney dfue, .What does it say to me and you? Rich is its haunting ninor key KMooniing for things that can never be, Qr things that are lost to the day and sun, Back in some black obl~vion. It moves on wings from the misty past, Over its gloom are shadows cast. It whistles a dirge for ancient days ..lemnly sad 'are the tunes It plays. .Its volpmeerises.,ad falls. It fills 1. The heart with tremors and doubts and thrills. It roams the breadth of the sea and earth, " Bt ' ,.q t p.ver harbors a note of mirth. O, gray old harper, In wondrous ways, Your requiem tells of the yesterdays But who that lives can the tale translate, Or quote the presage of Life and Fate? But sing away, in the chimney flue, Of things that are old and things that are new Till sorrow and.suffering seem sublime- To the very ends of the sands of Time l -Joel Benton, in Success. Maga.ine. JUST IN TIME ý .... ,-, "And when am I going to see mn atepson ?" "My dear Sara...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 June 1908

Stop, Look, Listen, Wat ch, Wa The Greatest Carnival Ever Held In MALTA Will Occur At The Malta Dry Goods Company In a Few Days Begin saving your pennies now and in a a few days they will be worth dimes to you, for the doors of this store will soon be open on the greatest price cutting Carnival ever held in this section of Montana. WATCH FOR ITI WAIT FOR IT! If you have a single want in the merchandise line you cannot afford to miss this greatest buying opportunity since Malta became a town. Extra clerks have been hired and special merchandise bcught for this occasion. It will be a THIRTY DAYS WONDER. to even the older inhabitants of these parts; it will be a chance for the frugal minded; a chance for the rich; a chance for the pogr, for this store will be one glorious place of bargains from front door to alley, from roof to cller.. If you have a want in Dress Goods, Notions, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Goods, Clothing, Shoes. Men's Furnishings, Millinery,, etc. etc., in fact if you have ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 June 1908

THE RECKLESSNESS OF KNEELAND * By WILLIAM R. STEWVART (Co.yright.) Fireman. aneplapq, nea recruit in ~oQok and Ladder Coni]aihyNo. 6, was In an unpleasant humor.. His asso elates had been,chaffing him all morn. - Ig, and .he resented the. rough han A dling. - dYoulse fellers think because I'm ftrm the Weat: and; ain't Irish I don't know the game," he said flnally; !'Well, I'd like to see the man of yer Then' he started tq walk off. But Burke called after him: "'Tain't that, but yer too blamed. serious. Th' idea of a fireman givin' u ,a rejele to a policeman! Why; that cop11 i'-report hle saved 'the girls 4 id get 'aI medal.and promotion. Might have kept them in the department." "Cop said the womani wnis his wife." "Wife, nothing! OGaess she saw you 'ere ohly a .probationer, and easy. Just watch the papers in the morning a. and see who did the rescue act. You've no senlse of hlumor, that's:the trouble." SKneeland had no humor,, that was a fact. .Or, if he had, It was subordi g ated t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 17 June 1908

________~· _ _T_ ·_ _ __ _ _ ____I_ _ __ C~ 4C) a %Dtff% ~Ith38 ~aPI? IEii IA1Citl items 1n 31pt iu'W 3i'. Remnemher tie cernetilr'v mct. ing at I3rouckwa\ s neixt lolitl~u night. A Cyr TLoadti of IL' ib WW'io iti Stap of ii hail' j Iý- C (c 13W the M.ata MjIrcaiitilo ( iýl: ; ... Jas. H. Atwood Il .1 ) 31 a Iomestead c:hini at Straiitc1i a few miles east tf tuv, n. Ole Hanseon ,, roi'ent a' j : al olf Nrth Dak 31a 3ia: taken up a claim about tivi naids c.ist if WWOII. .i-I-- ,I.- - ..'-- '-- ÷ - ÷ + l-- ae--,:-÷- ".-t CAMPBELL & CO C&RRtY A FULL LINE1 01 OF GROCERIES . Confectionery * Pi-uits Cigars . Tobaccoes. * Its doers East cf tie Creet l rtLcrn ' t.. STRAYS SOWERS BROTHERS Will pay a liberal oreward for tihe return of any of their hores bhearin, the following brand: M Right shoulder Right thigh KI.TCHEN CABINETS Are the greatest thing for the kitchen ever invented. It brings the work down to a fine system. There is a place for everything. e It centralizes and holds E]...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 June 1908

Come to Malta and Ce~Lrate your Fourth of July UfHone Racia wil be a Grand Don't you Missthat Ma incemi Affair at Malta onrPyrotanmdil D1 _ R beTNHE ENERPRIISE. July Fourth at.MaltJ rXti1jt . Wceekly .ewSlpaper JVhose Interests are Identifted with th/w of .'orlreer .Montane aund Especially of tlhe Milk River Valley VoL 10 MALTA, VALLEY COUNT NTANA, June 24, 1908. No. THE FIRST STATEBANK MALTA, MONT. PRUDENCE SHOULD LEAD YOU to deposit money in a good bank rather than keep it where it is exposed to alt kinds of risks. If The First State Bank offered no other inducement than a se cure place to keep your eash it would be well worth while to open an account .there. But it offers many others. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. .ALL, Cashier. DIRBCoTos; S. McKennah Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir. W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall DR. GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON iFlpt a RESIDENCE MAIN STREET MALTA, MONTANA JOHN A. TRESSLER ATTOR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 June 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE. R,. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA, MONT. NEWS OFA INEEK TOLD IN BRIEF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS GATH ERED FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. GWVEN IN ITEMIZED FORM Notable Happenings Prepared for the Perusal of the Busy Man-Sum. mary of the Latest Home and For. eign Notes. CONVENTION NOTES. Secretary of War William H. Taft was nominated for the presidency on the first ballot in the Republican con ventibn at Chicago, receiving 702 l votes. Then, amid scenes of wild en thusiasm, he was made the unanimous choice of the convention. The major ity report of the platform committee i was adopted after a debate. For sec- I rnd place on the ticket Sherman of New York moved prominently to the fore. For 45 minutes the delegates and 2 spectators in the Republican national ( convention wildly cheered for Presi- t dent Roosevelt. The vast throng in ii the Coliseum was crazy with enthusi- r asm and some people feared that the r threatened Roosevelt stampede was fi about to take place. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 June 1908

ielb Wies Natuere HRes a ndwed With leetrlei Batteetis. When it comes to a consideration at thee *hi are well-heeted i.leptct themsela e aaint enemles, do not tor get the electrical fshes that run In the sea. Nature hag endowed these dent sens at the dsep with tatterlee Whieh come in: right handily ii ovetooming foee ow * 6h of their finny teighbors upon wih"h tsey prey. Probably the most di&eros is to the totp.o., a fish of the same family and appearance as the rae. The torpedo is a disk-like creat .requently at talninl a length of . feet and a weight of 200 pounds. abound on the Atlantic coast and. sometimee .fsh ermen Who make them captive in their nets a very sorry for it. R.oeklesly handled, the torpedoes quiikly wreak vengeance on their eoptors. The shock they give is treltendoug And strong men wh9 have fallen .their victimsa ave often been knocked down and paralysed for a considerable time. In the fresh water: paticularly the marshes and sltggish strais, of Brasil and Gui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 June 1908

Locals Mrs. E. E. Berry of Zortman, was in 4te city last.Friday shoppfng. Arthur Jones, the son of Marvin Jopps. returned from collego last Sat urday. j'om Dowans of Chinook, wvs a business visitor ill this city the first of the week. John Tressler, a popular le.&al light of this city, was a business visitor in Glasgow last week. pliss Esther Morris returned the first of t~1 week from a month's visit with Harlem friends. Miss Mabel Martin and Miss Win aie Partridge visited with friends in Dodson the latter part of last wcck. Mrs. Wallace Cobprn and children, passed through this city from Brook side on their way to Helena the flrs: of the week. F. W. Connelly, of Billings, a rep resentative of a scraper manrufactur ing concern, was in the city the latter part of last week. My Btown and Joe $klpwer, two popular devotees of the light fantas tie, of this city, took ina dancing par. ty at Dedeon the latter part of last seek. . . W. T. B. Spencer, and ,:hildren, and mother and sister,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 June 1908

WOMAN'S BAOKACIHE The back ithe matsnring of woman's organiým. It qily ca attention :to trouble by achiing rt tells, with other symptoms, such as nervousness, headache, pains in the loins, 'weight in the lower part of the body, that a woman's feminine organism needs immediate attention. In such cases the one sure remedy which speedily removes the cause, and restores the feminine organism to a healthy, normal condition is LYDIA LPINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs,. Will Young, of 6 Columbia Ave., Rockland; Me,, says: '" I was troubled for along time with dreadful backaches and a pain in my side, and was miserable in every way. I doctored until I. was discouraged and thought I would never get well. I read what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had done for others and decided to try it; after taking three bottles I can truly say that I never felt so well in my life." Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of East Earl, Ph., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: "I" had very severe backaches, and pressing-down pains....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 24 June 1908

B. W,. BROCKWAY Real Estate and Insurance tJ U.. C('O IM MIS'N'i. %'OT' R1'V I:'1TIBLIC . Otlk.e half Block 8nuth of the Great Na'ort IL Hotel. M ITIA. - - MNTAN . Ma/ta and Zortmran Stage i ePasseJger aAd Vx prers. Ohice: JHotal Malta. Leaves Matta for Znrtmaa.vlia Phillips and Circle 0 e .k Tuesday Thuraday and Seturday ef each week. Leaves Zortman for Malta via Circle C ranch and Phillips Meaday Wedne.day arl Friday of each week. Louis 8. Coslin, Proprietor. -~I1~-.~~~~~-.CI -Y~ -_ ---------- - --------3*** THE MALTA DRUG STORE J. F. MURRAY, Proprietor. Agent for the State Nursery Seeds, Flowers, Cut Flowers and Plants Candies, Cigars and Smoker's Supplies I MALTA, - . - MONTANA t ¢. . .,. w ,. -- vr KITCHEN CABINETS Are the greatest thiang P for the kitchen ever fi ) invented. It brings t] the work down to a 1, fine system. There is h a place for everything. p It centralizes and holds h in a esrenient and practical way all the ma yripl and utensils:used in cooking and baking; it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 1 July 1908

' .O Rt.te rteat Jsa g p Come to Malta and Celebrate your Fourth of July I Horse Racing will be aDon't you Mis htMpet Hor 10 MALTA, L NTY.Affair at MaNe on 1 PyrotechNa July Fouirth ata aMsi .tu:ý 1 I l rm 11 , Izee;t ar lrlir ril tr: f V rrrr.,LM.enr rp l.lrirI o"I/'VOL 10 MALTA, VALL!EY COUNTY. IM.ONTANA, July 1,Ifl.N 6 THE FIRST STATE BANK MALTA, MONT. PRUDENGE SHOULD LEAD YOU to deposit money in a good bank rather than keep it where it is exposed to all kinds of risks. If The First State Bank offered no other inducement than a so BN /cure place to keep your cash it would be well worth while to open an account there. But it offers many others. H. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. 11A rL. Cashier. Dsiu*cToaMs. S. McKcnnan Geo. W. ('lay Ti. G. Robinson Jar. L. LeNoir. W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall DR. GEO. W. CLAY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Ory:e r r:ýýtrNrt VAIN STPr FT JOHN A. TRESSLER ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practite in all State and Federal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 1 July 1908

THE MALTA ENTERPRISE R M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA, * MONT. NEWS OF A WEEK 1010_IN B8lIEF MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS GATH ERED FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. GIVEN IN ITEMIZED FORM Notable Happenings Prepared for the Perusal of the Busy Man-Sum mary of the Latest Home and For eign Notes. PLRaONAL H. W. Tiers, former discount clerk of the First National bank of Pitts burg, Pa., was arrested on an informa tion made by National Bank Examiner Folds, charging him with the abstrac tion of about $51,000 of the bank's funds. James S. Sherman, Republican vice presidential nominee, ill at Cleveland, continued to improve and his physi cians advised that, as soon as he re gained his health, an operation should be performed for the removal of the gall stones. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., son of Pres ident Roosevelt, was given his bache lor's degree by Harvard university, after three years of study, having taken extra courses. John D. Rockefeller is to write his autobiography for a New York mtaga zine. Unite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 1 July 1908

The Fourth inhBoomvillJ SCdebra'aon as Daaib.4 by * the Bmuoy. '&********tM***********.~ it 1 OOMVILLE Will Cele brate the Nation's Na Sammy Smith and I stood with our hands in our pockets tal Day." and read the notice in flaming red let ters as "Cy" Smith unrolled the poster preparatory to tacking it on "Doc" Blaston's shoe shop. We didn't under Tied a Can on the Pup. stand what that "natal day" busi ness meant, but "celebrate" - that could only mean one thing this sea son of the year. Whoopee! Cracky! Boom! and Sammy and I shied a tin can at "Doe" Blaston's setter pup and dug down the alley as fast as four brown legs could carry us. "Hey! Stub, it's a-goin' to be; they're puttin' the bill up now." Stub dropped the bait can half full of worms and joined the pro claimers of the glad tidings. Two minutes later we ended up in front of the bill to read further. "I call that a mighty neat job of printin'," said the editor of the Week ly Banner, who had happened along. "We broke the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 1 July 1908

No. 18. Good ranch that will all come under the canal. of ISI Tres. joining tthe river with plaent ot good timber on same and good fencer. TI' land will to 2 l y clti vat, ed. 25 ton of hay cut hto . seasoi. It is located witlin lfive miles of Malta on a county roa1 The iri: e i5 l.1 di) i p, r acre, and the title is clear. A good chance to male some money on a sm ll investment. No. 19. A good hay tocnIi near Doeeson t inito 1G:' acres of fine land. Th'is5 l: 0nd produced I 2; tons of good hay last season. has 25 acres hroke. fil acres hay Mealow, iand about 40 acres good ti leer. mlo Iec 1(1. gui at lo house and stable, coirall. 75 ti: s oi baled hey. T its desirabi e tract will all come nurr i oe oviierininit ci: ial. has clear title and be bought for 82.70 par acre, fir half ca>,h and balance on two years' time. It, will nay you to i1i\ estigate this bargain before buying land, as it is an excelleint piece of land. Fo'rifurther informat ion call on or adiress B. W. BROCKWTAY R...

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