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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. 4 Weely Newspaper Whose Interests are Identifled 1witlb those of- 'Mrtd/UerOU illotIaW and Especially of the Milk Ricer Valley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1909, No. g0. MALTA SCORES A PRIZE WORLD GRAIN COMPETITION NORTHERN MONTANA AND THE MILK RIVER VALLEY CAP TURE A NUMBER OF PRIZES AT THE GRAND CORN EXPOSITION AT OMAHA, NEBRASKA Montana made a wonderful show ing in capturing prizes awarded at the National corn exposition rece nt ly held at Omaha. Armington won first prize, navy beans; Helena, first prize, Marrowfat peas. Kalispell won first prize for field peas. In sheaf grain competition open to the world, Cascade won second for best sheaf blue stem wheat. Broad view Seed Co., Broadview, won third for best sheaf Durum wheat, Great Falls first for best sheaf red winter wheat. In the same class Kalispell won first for best sheaf wheat other than above varieties and also won third prize in competition open to the world for the best ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1909

Malta Enterprise. By MALTA ENTRPRrI')SE PIlB. CO. JOS. B. EDM INS'FEH, Pub. MALTA, - - MONT. * 6 1SUMMARYI * I WEEK'SETENTS! * 0 jLatest News of Interest: : Boiled Down for the : Busy Man. PERSONAL. *Wiliam H. Robertson, American con suil at 'Tangier, Morocco, who is in New York on a vacation, advocates th, abolition of his office as unneces sary. The two children of the late Mary Cracker Burton ilarrison, first wife of Congressman Burton Harrison, will inherit nearly $2,000,000 each from the estate left by their mother, who was a daughter of the late Charles F. Crocker of San Francisco. A. J. Hoskins, a farmer of Upper Alton. Ill., has sold to the United States for $300,000 his patent rights to a range finder. Sh~rhurn vi. B~ecker, widely known throughout the country as "the boy mayor' of Milwaukee, has purchased a seat on the New York Stock Ex change for $96,000, and in a short time will make his home in New Y, rk. Andrew Carnegie has awarded a $5,000 annual scholarship to Dennis ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1909

?BESI WNT WT SENDS MESSAGE TO CONSRESS eolloy of the Administration Made Clear to the Country. FAVORS SHIP SUBSIDY BILL Chief Executive Gives Reasons for De mining the Passage of Such a Meas. ure-Postal Savings Banks-Plea for Conservation of National Re sources. Washington.-The president trans mnitted the following message to con gress: To the Senate and House of Repre sentatives: The relations of the United States with -all foreign governments have continued upon the normal basis of amity and good understanding, and are very generally satisfactory. Latin America. One of the happiest events in recent Pan-American diplomacy was the pacific, independent settlement by the govern Inents of Bolivia and Peru of a boundary difference between them, "which for some weeks threatened to cause war and even to entrain embitterments affecting other republics less directly concerned. From various quarters, directly or indirectly concerned, the intermediation of the Uni ted States was sought to ass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1909

REMEMBER You can buy Christmas presents for the whole family at this store. See the point. It saves you running around. : ROCKING CHAIRS POCKET KNIVES ARM CHAIlS SCISSORS FOOT STOOLS RAZORS PARLOR TAIBLES SAFETY RAZORS DESK TABLE IEVOLVERS BUFFETTS KNIVES and FORKS COUCHES 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 Typewvriter 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 $1001 machine-the most highly perfected type writer on the market-yours for 17 cents a day! The typewriter whose conquest of the commercial world is a matter of business history-yours for 17 cents per day. The typewriter that is erluippe I with scores of such conveniences as 'The Balance Shift"-"The Ruling device"-The Double Release"-"The Locomotive Base"-The Automatic Spacer"-The Au...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1909

The First State Bank MALTA, MONT. A Check Account Opened at The First State bank for your wife will be a source of - - great convenience to her. Should -' you be out of town on business, she will have an account to draw on and she can pay all bills by check, not worrying about receipts, for the canceled check when returned will be a proper voucher. R. G. Rohinson, I'resldent C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. tIALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: $ MclCennan 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 THE ~GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL v IA AL A, - - - - MONANA MAX SKLOWER, Prop,rielo, .i A strictly newand modern, up-to-date, three-story brick Hote, cnveien alke o dpotandbusiness portion of t the city. Rooms Single and en suite. Rates $2 per day up ALL ROOMS CLEAN, AIRY AND tUOMFORTALB;E ra FINE SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN FIRST-CLASS BAR IN- CA)NNECTICN r A The bar in connection carries the ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1909

SEW RAIWAYS IN CENTRAL CANADA AMERICAN SETTLERS WELCOME AND DOING WELL. The Portland Oregonian, of Port. land, Oregon, published a cartoon on the immigration of U. S. people to Canada, in its issue of October 5, 1909. The picture was accompanied by the following article: "Losing American Citizens. The ex odus of American farmers to Canada continues to be a phenomenon of the 'f.st importance. More of them are crossing the border this fall than ever before, and they are flocking from all parts of the country. Former ly it was the Middle West alone which thus lost the heart of its citizenship. Now all sections of the Union suffer alike. The regret which we cannot help feeling over the migration of many thousands of excellent citizens ,has an economic side which causes some concern. The 70,000 farmers who will go to Canada to live this fall will take with them some $70,000,000 in cash and effects. This is by no means a negligible sum, and makes a very appreciable drain on our re sources...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 December 1909

DETZVILLE TALE5 Uncle Ashdod and the Bisquito ,y Ellis Parker Bter Author oFTPigs is PiPs" Efk LUSTRATED By PETEk. NEWELL Early this spring Uncle Ashdod Clute made up his mind that he was pretty sure to die within twenty or thirty years, and he felt that it would e a shame to die and not leave any thing to carry his name down to pos terity, and that he ought to hustle up a bit if he wanted to enroll his name on the banner of fame. The only thing that troubled him was that there were not many things a man could do in Betzviile to make his name resound around the world like a June bug in a bass-drum, but one day, when he was down at the creek fishing, the idea came to him like a flash. He says he was sitting there with a grasshopper in one hand and the fish hook in the other, ready to thread the grasshopper on the hook, when sim ultaneously at the same time a bee alighted on his left ear and a mon quito on his right ear. He says that any ordinary man might never have got an idea from ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 15 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. IMAL TA REA L TY COMPANY, Inc Local News Hugh Mc Leod, of Havre, is in t 'Malta today. A big line of Gibson, Christy, Riley books at the Malta Drug Store. Get your Christmas trees of the Malta Drug Co. Craftswood, stag, ebony and silver toilet sets from $1 to $7 at the Malta Drug Store. Rhode Island Red Cockerels for sale. -Mrs. 0. Elliott. The Malta I)rug Store is showing manicure sets for Christmas from 50 cents up to $3. Anyone wanting good men, call on or write Schuster & Stevens. No charge. tf Cut glass or hand painted china at the Malta Drug Store at prices that cannot fail to please. For Sale.-An In tern ational Correspondence School course, ap ply at The Enterprise office. Jas. J. Hill and a bunch of other officials of the G. N Ry., passed through here going west Monday. A $30 gold watc h will be given away absolutely free to patrons of the Bon ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1909

THE ENTiRPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of .N7orth&ern JMontana, and Especially of the .Milk Ricer I 'alley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1909. No. ;1. HOTEL PORTER UNDER ARREST AT PORTLAND, WASHINGTON PAUL MURRAY, A LOCAL HOTEL EMPLOYEE ACCUSED OF STEALING GRIPS OF A. L LEWIS IS IN JAIL IN PORT LAND-WILL BE BRUOGHT BACK BY OFFICER Deputy Sheriff Cassidy and W. L. Lewis, manager of the U. L. Cattle company, were in Great Falls last Saturday on the trail of Paul Murray, who for some time had been employ ed as a porter at the Great Northern hotel. Deputy Cassidy was there in his official capacity while Mr. Lewis was present for thepurpose of getting a line on Murra:' in order that he might recover valuables which he alleges were stolen from his room in the hotel. Contained in the suitcases belong ing to Mr. Lewis, which were stolen, were clothing, jewelry, valuable papers, photographs and other arti cles. It is...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1909

SUPPERED TERqIELY. bAw Relief from Distressing Kidney Trouble Was Found. Mrs. Elizabeth Wolf, 388 W. Morgan JUf, Tipton, Mo., says: "Inflammation of the bladder reached its climax last spring and I suf fered terribly. My back ached and pained so I could hardly get around and the secretions were scanty, fre quent of passage and painful. I was Vred all the time and very nervous. I began using Doan's Kidney Pills, and after taking a few boxes was cured and have been well ever since." Remember the name-Doan's. Sold hy all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster. 'Nilburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Taking the Tips. "Why did Dollarby sell his hotel?" "He wasn't making money fast enough." "What is he doing now?" "He's luxuriating in the position of head waiter." SAVE THIS RECIPE FOR COLDS "Mix half pint of good whiskey with two ounces of glycerine and add one half ounce Concentrated pine com pound. The bottle is to be well shaken * each time and used in doses of a tea' spoonful to a tablespoonful every f...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1909

GATHERING CHESTNUTS By LAWRENCE CLAY (Copyright, 1909, by Associated Literary Preus.) The first frost of the season had come, and Miss Dolly Meserve was on her way down to the back lot with a basket on her arm. A big chestnut tree had stood there for no one could remember how long, and this fall it simply hung loaded with burrs. The frost probably had opened hundreds of them. The back. lot was half a mile back of Farmer Meserv4's house, and the girl' *lt#, the bssket was his daughter, who had. duit conljpleted a term at a seminary and was home for good. It was a biting morning, and she had donned her mother's hood and %hawl and borrowed a pair of yarn mittens from brother Will. Yes; the frost and the morning breeze had done their work. A bushel of chestnuts peppered the earth and more were falling, and the basket Miss Dolly had brought held only two quarts. She was a girl who doted on chestnuts and hadn't had any for three years, so it was easy to tell what she would do on finding t...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1909

Delinquent Personal Property Tax List * snzINQW>Of nauo*L n*orZ*T TAZ 1S/T 01: TASINT @OV*flZ> in*uA*A, !OS TVS MI 19 . "i}"49il" " t a t ivyli ,...Taxes Name. Addr.~tk ess. ia Description and Address..Penalty Allen, H. c ........................Glasgow.............................,.Peraonal Property..........4.07 Allery. Jos. ............."......,....".Glasgow ..............................Personal Property ..........25.11 Appleton. lohnathan...................Nashua......... .............Personal Property.............7.07 Argent, H-arry ........................Barr.........."........ ..........Personal Property.........8.35 Atwood, Jas. . ......................Malta.................................Personal Property............1.55 Anderson, T. C ...................... Saco............,......................Personal Property.........19.26 Avery. Al ...... .......................Saco.........................Personal Property............... 9.71 A~ndreason, inn. P ................

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1909

}The First State Banki MALTA, MONT. Start 1910 with a.: Bank Account Resolve tha~t you wvi11 no loolger subject y( t Mr ealºll to tlhe risk of loss (1.1 X onm ,el toI thle temp14ationi of 1p10 misetlolI speniting. Th'1e First State Banik w~ill accept your account 110 matter if it be smiall1. You'll find that min ntaining on's a great help ini many ways anid adecile'i check oni on too readty sp)en1dijg. 13. C. Hohiran P l'esidet, C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. \V. LII ALL, Cashier. C. E~. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DntEC'rons9 S' Melfennan Celo. \V. Clay 11. C. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clai~k. or V,;. City. C. V. Morris F. W. Hall S ,i y Deposit Boxes For Rent *ý TrIE W NOCRTHERN HOTEL' P4.1 r A, . - - - MONANA +~M A X S K LOW ER, Prop~rielci .u A strictlyý nww aisd modern, up-to-date, three-story brick A'- Hotel, c&i\"nct like~ to depot andI business portion of i the city. Rtooins Single and en suite. Rates $2 per day up + ALL ROOTS CLEAY, AlIt AND (JoMFORZTALBFE + ~ I'NE SAM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1909

Yes we Wish You A Merry Christmas And Happy New Year Too CHAMBERSR Furniture. Hardware. Undertaking. A .$100 Typewriter for 17 Cents a Day! Please read the headline over" sgain.- Then it. tremendous significance will dawn upon' you. An Oliver typewriter-the standard'visible writer -the $1OO.'machine-the most highly perfected-type writer on the market-yours for 17i'cents~a day! 7 he~typewaiter whose conq~est of tlsecommercia world is a znatter of business btoy enafor 17 cents per dayy. itr-u~ The typewriter that is equippqd with sco pm of much conveniencese so The .Balance $ lift"-"I1h Ruling device"-The Double ;Reiease"-'The Loqomotive Base"-The 4Ateomatic Spacer"-T~ae Automatic Tabulator"-"The Disappearing Indicator"-"The Adjustable Paper Fingers"-"The "Scientific Con ensed keyboard"-all Yous F c 17 Cpnts , ReyIt We srrctr((d thin riw s ales plan rgceppfly, just'to 4 t poopl}. Sipiply a small c asah payment-then 17 cents a day. That'is th ' plan in a nutshell. The,'result'has~betx'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1909

Dblfluent Real property Ta Us Lusd. Mrs Susan ...................H~inidale ...........U$l, NW E4Aa8. 3O -T. Wi.t 78 W 34NU 34 .. and 845 I4lndbidt1n, Geo A .................mac.indale ...... B i ý14' 34 and 5*º 34. sýu nE and lot 58, 5. 2,?. 55. 9.7 Laneis, C .... " . .. .....Pennock, Mian. ... IW, NWI.a.4;Ja B. E8 68.53 V~t, a. Glsgo ........ us3ý1. a , T9 23.30.41 Lindeks. W .....................G.olasro ands N n. E i . 8 T .. 2 8,. 1 5.420 Murs.foue Albert........ ....Polbart...........Lt 16 6et ltý, lots 4, 5, 6, block 9, Cucenslot Murray. IS ...........ubrsn.....Addition Culbertson .. .. 96.26 I May, Chas.. .... .. .. .. . ..........Culbertson ......... Lots 1, 2, block 15, Bruedrer' Additionr, Culbertson 2.24 Mutton. Andrew BR. ..................Aulbettsofl........Lot S 34. 10, bloc% 6, .Cou"chertie5 Or. Addition, Cul Ei 9 bertuon..................' 62.94 Mohr. Mrs. x. ..................Miondak ............Lot 9, block 16, Mondak ................."" " ...:....1.19 Motef .n oht...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1909

Malta Enterprise. By MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. JOS. B. EDMINSTEIt, Pub. MALTA, - MONT. NEWS OFA 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. Gen. W. W. Dudley of Indiana, for merly commissioner of pensions, died at Washington of Bright's disease. John E. Berwynd, the millionaire coal man, has given $100,000 in New York for the care of poor women about to become mothers and the treatment of infants during the first weeks of their lives. Emmett Delton Williams, a direct descendant of Roger Williams, founder of Rhode Island, died at his home at Kansas City, Mo., aged 54. He was president of a paint company. Charles N. Crittenton, founder of rescue missions in many cities, left an estate of $3,000,000 to $5,000,000 at New York. Half of his wealth is be queathed to the missions. President Taft nominated ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1909

BETZVILE TAL T5 Rev. Ebenezer Spillgath and Moses (fy EIis Parker Bulero EE Author of"Pigs is Pigs" Efe. !ILUSTRATED Bjy PETER. NEWELL Rev. Ebenezer 8pillgath of Betz ville is in serious trouble with his congregation at present, and it all goes to show that one should not be too forward in the good work of smit ing the wicked. It is all right to smite the wicked, for that is all the wicked are good for, but any one desiring to smite should be careful not to pick out a wicked that will smite back. When Purdon's Three-Ring Circus and Unmentionably Great Menagerie was in town about a month ago, it happened to be here on Thursday, and Rev. Ebenezer was greatly angered to find that when he opened prayer meeting that night he had the meeting entirely to himself, and he decided that as the Egyptians-so to speak had spoiled his meeting, he would wreak vengeance on them and spoil the Egyptians. As the circus had moved on to Billingsville that night, Rev. Ebenezer harnessed up his mare Rebecc...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 22 December 1909

Beginning December 8. an' nig h 5h The Bo - T n ill Ha e a Sp cia c ndy an Nu SDuring that time we will make a Ten Per Cent Discount on everything in our store, and on some goods a Twenty Per Cent Discount. We have a number of exceptional bargains in Musical instruments, which make both useful and ornamental Xmas presents. 20 Per Cent Discount Given to The Christmas Shoppers We want you to see our special bargains in Christmas 7II TE .JO N' ~ Candies and Stationery. Come early and get your L I ~ --choice. F. M. FACEY, Proprietor. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS (Continued from lot Page.) G H Coulter judge of elcin............$ 00 Josh Branna " . ..............a 800 L ESclmw - .................... 300 A RMitton clerk of ' ...............0 00 John W Mran . . ..............800 Jaeo L Merchant judge of election .......... 300 Arthur W Murphy - ................. 8 00 Max Sklower clerk " .......... 300 B W Brockway ......... 8000 Owen McKone " ...... so0 Herman a Robinson judge " ......... 8 00...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1909

THE ENTERPRISE. 4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Mfilk River Valley VOL. Ig MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1909. No. 82. COOPERATIVE CERTIFICATES CAN BE TRADED FOR WATER SETTLERS MUST SURRENDER WATER USERS' CERTIFICATES AND RECLAMATION SERVICE WILL ISSUE VOUCHERS GOOD IN PAYMENT FOR IRRIGATION Secretary Ballinger has approved a tentative plan for the settlement of claims outstanding against the recla mation fund for work done under the .o-operative agreements, whereby such certificates as do not show on their face that they have been as signed, may be accepted as evidence that the holder performed the ser vice or paid someone else to perform it for him, payments on the project to be made by check drawn by the local fiscal age,.t. The method to be followed in making such such settlements con templates the surrender of certificates by the water users' association and all parties who have cert...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1909

Malta Enterprise. By MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. Co. JOB. B. EDMINSTER, Pub. MALTA,. - MONT. EPITOME OF A WEEK'SNEWS Most Important Happen ings Told in Brief. PERSONAL. William A. Harris, former United States senator from Kansas and three years ago Democratic candidate for governor of that state, died at the home of Mrs. Lydia M. Mackey, Chi cago, of heart disease. Spencer F. Eddy, who landed at New York and is on his way west, says he resigned as minister to the Balkan states because he has become tired of living abroad. Own Kildare, the author and play wright, is critically ill at a hospital in New York. His physicians say that his death may be expected at any time. Dr. H. W. Wiley, chief of the bu reau of chemistry, criticised the con stitution in an address at Washington because it leaves the government no jurisdiction over impure food unless it enters interstate commerce. Dr. Jose Madriz, former judge of the Central American court of justice at Cartago, and Zelaya's candidate, was el...

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