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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1909

The First State Bank MALT A MONT. Thrift and Economy \\,// made him, as he tappears, comforta- tr ble and contented in his old age. Slack times, sickness or misfortune have slight terrors, because he knows he has money where he can get it as he needs it. He and his family are protected against wailt. fi *f l" ii H. G. Robinson, President U. F. Morris, V ice-President. F. W. HALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIREoToRs; 8 MoKennan 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 THEE IGREAT NORTHERN HOTEL M A L A, - - - - - MONANA MAX 8K LOWER, Prop~riedoi A strictly new and modern, up-to-date, three-story brick Hotel, convenient alike to depot and business portion of ALL ROOMS CLEAN, AIRY AND (,U.MFORTALBIE FINE SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN FIRST-CLASS BAR IN CO~NNECT ION The bar in connection carries the finest line of importec. and Domestic Liquors and Cigars found in the we r City Dray Never bef...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1909

Delinquent Personal Property Tax List DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LINT O VALLNT COUNTY, XWONANA, PO 1E A" 1909,. j i. L ..- Taxes Name. Address. Description and IPenaltk, Allen, ItC. ..................Glasgow..................ersonal Property............ $40 A11f'ry." Jos.................Glasgow.. . . . Personal Property...............25.11 .Appl'ton. .oloul~at:n...................Naslra................................Personal Property.........7.07 Argent, Harry.........................B~arr.................................,Personal Property.........8.35 Atwool1, Jas. It ........................ Malta.................................Personal Property.........31.55 Anderson, TI. C'. .......................Saco...................Personal Property.........19.26 Avery, Al.............. ..,.Saco..................................Personal Property.........9.71 Andreason, Jnn. P ......................lagloar...............................Personal Property.........17.75 4ndeisofl, A. P ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1909

nemanileD t Real property Tax I..ist Lund, Mrs. Susan ........... ...... ..Situsate ......1 sNW and 5*4, SW 14, and lot, 5. 31 T.2a Llndblomlu Goo. A .... .. . ..... ......F.linsdale ...,........U E 4,5Wv3 n tb3 I i n o ::8;:3, 97 Larens, C. C . . .. . ..................Pennock. Minn. ...NW V4 NW 34,8. 4, T.X1R8 Si ... ; 8.. Lindeke, W 1. N .....................Glasgow .......... .5 Lot, NW 14 and"N 4tWp i 34, 13I 8, T. 28, R. 41 5., 9.42 Latotiuc, Albert ...........::::::C opa ..........PýLt 1, 6, 7, 8, 5. 12,4. 28. it. 39............ ..28.80 Murray, Isaac ..................ubertson ..v..5... 16 feet, lot 3, lots 4, 5, 6, block 9, Courclxernes 1st 9.2 May'b Chas .... ................. ::::::...Culbertson..........Lots 1, 2, block 15, Bruegger's Addition, Culbertson. 2.24 Mittn Anrwi.........ulbertson..........Lot S 14, 10, block 6, Courchernes Or. Addition, Cul- 8.4 Mdllr, Mrs. M... .................Mondak ............Lot 9,, bjoqk 16, Mondak......................11.19 Mortense", J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1909

FOR THE PUBIUC New Formula Cures Coughs, Cold% Branchitis and Hoarseness in Five Hours. Much is being done in these days to stop the ravages of consumption, but probably nothing has been so effective as teaching the public how to break up a cold and cure coughs, bronchitis, tonsilitis, etc., with simple home-mixed medicine. A laxative tough syrup, free from whiskey is the prime need. A cough indicates in flammation and congestion and these in turn are due to an excess of waste and poisons in the system. A tonic laxative cough syrup rids the system of congestion, while relieving the painful coughing. Get the following and mix at home' One-half ounce fluid wild cherry barK, one ounce com pound essence cardiol and three ounces syrup white pine compound. Shake the bottle and take twenty drops every salf hour for four hours. Then one half to one teaspoonful three or four times daily. Give children less, ac cording to age. Cut this out and save it for some friend. IMPERTINENT. Missionary-...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1909

Al .ECELL NT'REMEDY. Will Break Up a sold in Twenty-Peut Hours and Cure Auk CObudh That Is Curable. The following 'Mixture is oftei prey Scribed and is highly recommended for ,coughs, colds and qther throat apt bronchial trouble. Mix two ounces of Glycerine, a half-ounce of Virgla Oil of Pine compound pure, and eight ounces of pure Whisky. These can "be bought in any good drug store and eas ily mixed together in a large bottle. The genuine Virgin Oil of Pine coin-. pound pure is prepared only in the laboratories of the Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati, and put up for dia pensing in half-ounce vials. NOTHING REMARKABLE. The Mayor - Just think, admiral, l've married 20 people in two he'irs. The Admiral-Well, that's onDy ten knots an hour. SORE EYES CURED. Bye-Balls and Lids Became Terribly Inflamed-Was Unable to Go About -All Other Treatments Failed, But Cuticura Proved Successful. "About two years ago my eyes got In such a condition that I was unable to go about. They were terribly in ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 29 December 1909

Yes We Wish You A Merry Christmas And Happy New Year Too CHAMBERS. Furniture. Hardware. Undertaking. A $100 Typewriter ,for 17 Cents a Day! Please read'the headllnerover again,'-'[Then its tremendous significance will dawn upon you. An Oliver typewriter-the standard visible writer -the $100 machine-the moat highly perfected type writer on the market-yours for 17 cents a day! The typewriter whose conquest of the commercial world ls a matter of business history-yours for 17 cents per day. The typewriter that is'equipped with scores of such conveniences as."The Balance Shift"-"The Ruling device"-The Double Release"-"The Locomotive Base'-The Automatic Spacer"-The Automatic Tabulator"-"The Disappearing Indicator"-"The Adjustable Paper Fingers"-"The Scientific Con eisal keyboard"-all Yours For 17 Cents a Day! We announced this new ales plan rccently, just to eople. Simply a ama cash payment-then 1 7 cents a day. That is th tplan in a nutshell, The result has been such a deluge of applicat...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 January 1910

staig UlatoriCal I ete THE ENTERPRISE. d Weekly Ne.ws.paper Whose h.terests are Identi.iehd with those of N.orthern .,otau,, a.nd Eslrie'iall of the .lilk, l'irlr Ji lley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESI)AY, JANUARY 5, 10. 0No. . LOUIS HILL REMEMBERS HIS NORTHERN MONTANA FRIENDS DELEGATES WHO ATTENDED THE DRY FARMING CONGRESS FROM THIS SECTION IN PRESIDENT HILL'S SPECIAL RECEIVED A DANDY CHRISTMAS PRESENT President L. W. Hill of the Great Northern Railway, sent a small Christmas gift to each of of the gentlmen who accompanied him from Northern Montana to the Dry Farm ing Congiess at Billings, and the ed itor of the Havre Plaindealer de scribes it thusly: "It was a gift caculated to resur rect pleasant memories and of a po potentcy to grow hair on the breast of an aborigine. It is a bottle of red liquor and large enough to last a family for medicinal purposes, un! ss the cucumber and green corn seasons are fruitful, about a year. The ex terior decorations are at once su...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 January 1910

Malta Enterprise. By MAlTA E PU. CO. J08. . UEDMINBTIR, Pub. MALTA, * " MONT. EPITOME OF A WEEK'S NEWS Most Important Happen ings Told in Brief. PERSONAL. Sought at one time by the federal authorities under a $10,000 reward for his cLpture, dead or alive, for his al leged conspiracy in the murder of President Lincoln, and now appointed as a member of the United States sen ate, is the strange experience of Col. James Gordon, who has been named by Gov. Noel as successor to the late A. J. McLaurin. Prince Hans of Schleswig-Holstein Sonderburg-Glucksburg, a brother of the late King Christian of Denmark and generally known as the "uncle of Europe," is critically ill. Frederic Remington, the artist, died at his home in Ridgefield, Conn., fol lowing an attack of appendicitis com plicated with aseptic peritonitis. Samuel W. Williams, candidate for vice-president on the Populist ticket in 1908, was stricken with heart failure at his home in Vincennes, Ind. His condition is serious. Mark Twai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 January 1910

SATa MONT. The CheckI. 'Is the.woman that knows how relias. ble, trustworthy and obliging the management of The First State Bank is. We loan money on good security and are always ready and willing to oblige depositors. When you want your relations to be per fectly satisfactory in your banking . aoounts, try doing business with The First Ssate Bank. H, G. Rohbinon, President U. F. Morris, V ice-President. F. W. AiALL, Cashibler. C. E. Sscrest, Ass't Cashier 8 MoKennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LeNoir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Safety ~pit Bones For Reat THE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL MAL A, - - - - - MONANA M AX K LO W ER, Proprieoi A strictly new and modern, up-to-date, three-story brisk Hotel, convenient alike to depot and business portion of the city. Rooms Single and en suite. Rates $S per day up ALL RooMS CLEAN, AlR Y AND toMrORTALls FINE SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN FIRST-CLASS BAR IN (O)NNECTICN The bar in connection carries the fnest.line of Impo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 January 1910

Deonq-ent Personal;: ..: t 'ý er ,,.y otla iia···- ; MýSý. X got:. M VTPOLO'A L 331.nroUNNT~ ru5uoNA~a iaojUYTl ~AZ 1.23 01 VAri~aU 0013W, UOIWANA .81 l~l'a WtP hI4 139~.~ Name, Address. Decriptlbn . and Allen, . .........................Glasgow . .......................Personal Property . .. . .. 4.07 Allery, Jos. ..........................Glasgow ................... ......Persota Property .... .... 5.11 Appleton. Johnatan .. .... .....Nashua ........................ ...Personal Property ....... 7.07 Argent, Harry .......................Barr .......................... ...P:ersonal Property .......... 8.3 Atwood, Jas. H. ......................Malta ...............................Personl. Property .." 1.6. Anderson,. C . ...... ................ aco ................................Personal Property .. . 19.26 Avery, Al .........................aco .....................Personal Property ..9.71 Andreason, Jno. P.................. Dagmar ................. . .. . ersonal Property .......1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 January 1910

Denquent Real property Tax List Lund, Mrs. BSusan .........i.l.. nu.. tinsdale ............E 24, NW I4 and 8 W 4 80; W , · NE $ and .. T 80, . ................ ..... 4.1 Lindbloom, Geo. A. ..................Elndale ........... B14,sW 1 and W A, E88 and lot 8, S. 81,T. 86 Iaren, C. C. ...................Pennock, Minn .....NW 14, NW, 8A 4, I. 54, T. i t e.t............. . 6.51 UIndeke, .tW, . ................... ..Glasgocw .2......... W and I , ., T 28 . 41 ...... 69.46 a1oqu.ue. Albert ....................CuPoplar L..bt.ton6.... ., Lots Murray, saa .................. Culbertson . .8 1 feet, lot , lots 4, 5 6, block 9, Courchernes lit May, Chasa. .......................ulbertson ......... Lots 1, 2l, block 16, Bruegler's Addition, Culbertson. 2.24 Mitton, And:ew R. ....................ulbertson ........ Lot 8 '4, 10, block 6, Courchernes Or. Addition, Cul bertson .. ......... ... ..... 6.94 Mohr, Mrs. M ........ ........Mon.dk ........;....Lott, ' iok" tit olMdatMk. t... .... .... ""*...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 January 1910

WUILT UP GREAT BUSINESS eies4rick Mayer Boot and Shoe Com. pany a Monument to German Thrift and Industry. That the key to real business success is ,ften based on a sound principle, rather than money, is best illustrated by the re production of the following biographical sketch of FSPderick Mayer founder of the P. Mayer Ileet & Shoe dompany, repro Sduesed from an issue of. the German American National Alliance: Frederick Mayer, founder of the fac tories at Milwaukee and Seattle now bear ing his name, came to this country tiom lhernstein, Hessen Darmstadt, in May, I.51, and immediatel: proceeded to Milwau hee, Wisconsin where he entered the em ploy of R. Suhm as a journeyman shoe The spirit bat prompted him to seek his fortune in the new world was soon responsible for another change, and in 1852, a year later, he embarked in business on his own accord, making boots and shoes to order as only a German apprenticed arti ann knows how. Subsequently a stock of goods was carried and a r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 January 1910

DEVELOPMENT OF CENTRAL CANADA THE STORY OF BIG YIELDS OF GRAIN COMES FROM EVERY SECTION. When the man in the States was told that he could get 160 acres of land in Central Canada-comprising the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatche wan and Alberta-that under cultiva. tion would produce from 20 to 80 bush. els of wheat to the acre, or if seeded to oats the yield would be 40 to 60 bushels, he was skeptical. The same story was told the man who wished to get nearer to existing lines of rail way, and was only asked to pay $10 to $12 an acre. But many tried it, some one plan and some another. The man who accepted the 160 acres as a free gift, as a homestead, and was willing to put in the required rest dence duties of three years has now a farm worth from fifteen to twenty dollars an acre. The man who chose to purchase, and did so, took up his residence just the same. He has land, that, in many cases, is worth twice the money he paid for it. Both have found that the story of splendid yields was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 5 January 1910

Yes We Wish You A Merry Christmas And Happy New Year Too CH A MBERS. 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 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'equipped with scores of such conveniences'as "The Balance Shift"-"The Ruling device"-The Double Release"-"The Locomotive Base"-The Automatic Spacer"-The Automatic Tabulator"-"The Disappearing Indicator"-"The Adjustable Paper Fingers"-"The Scientific Con keyboard"- all Yours For 17 Cents aDay! We annou nced this new ales plan recently, just to e elthepulse of th e eopl e. Simply a sma cash payment-then 1 7 cents a day. That is th , plan in a nutshell. The result has been such a d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 January 1910

TIlE ENTERPRISE., .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern Montana and Especially of the Milk River Thalley VOL. 1t MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12 ii). No. ,34 JIM HILL WILL GIVE $1000 AWAY TO ENERGETIC BOYS BOYS OF MONTANA WHO WILL GROW CORN CAN MAKE SOME EASY MONEY-SHOULD APPEAL TO BOYS OF MILK RIVER VALLEY AND NORTHERN MONTANA Prof. Cooley, superintendent of Montana farmers' institutes. has just announced that James J. Hill, presi dent of the Great Northern Railroad company, has offered him $1,000 to be given as prizes to Montana boys and girls under 18 years of age for growing corn in the state during the year 1910. The novel scheme is in tended to start an interest in corn growing in the state. The plan as outlined is to give each boy and girl in the state an opportunity to gro N ten mature ears of corn for the judg ing. There are two general classes in which the prizes will be given. The first class is one of altitude and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 January 1910

Malta Enterprise. By MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. JOB. B. EDMINSTEt, Pub. MALTA. - MONT. NEWS OF A WEEK IN CONDENSED FORM RECORD OP 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 Linea. PERSONAL. Edward Moore Robinson of the banking firm of Drexel & Co., Phila delphia, died at his home in Villanova, Pa., his death occurring just nine days after that of his wife. Oscar G. Murray, president of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company, tendered his resignation at a special meeting of the board of directors of the road held in New York city Dan lel Willard, vice-president of the Chi cago, Burlington 8 Quincy railroad, was elected as his successor. Ex-Premier Clemenceau of France in the coming spring will make a tour of South America and deliver lec tures on socialism at Buenos Ayres and Montevideo. He may also visit the United States. In a lecture befo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 January 1910

D aYtZ flLE'TALE5 Aunt Rhinocolura and the Leg L 1s 4ydrTer&,Buer Autor. of"Pig is Pi " Ek' @ "4:TE PETER. NEWE Last August Aunt Rhinocolura Bets met with a serious mishap. She was going along Main street, which is and of Betaville's leading thoroughfares, when iim Dwiggs' yellow hound dog wen( insane with the heat and dashed into Aunt Rhinocolura and bit her on the leg. By the greatest good luck the dog bit her on the wooden let in stead of on the other, or Betrville might soon have had one of the swell eat funerals in its history. As it, was, Aunt Rbinoco}ura hurried home and cauterized the wooden leg, and hoped for the best, but the dog died and its head was sent to the city, and the re. port came back that the dog had had the rabies, and that tie .only way to save Aunt Rhinocolura's life was for her to comb to the city and take the Pasteur treatment. Unfortunately this would have interrupted the garden so cial that was to be given at Aunt Rhinocolura's house, but it came out...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 January 1910

A CITY OF AVENUES 00 THE CAPITAL MIGHT APPRO. PRIATELY BE STYLED. Americana May Well Be Proud of the Beautiful Results That Have Fol sowed the Work of Major L'Enfant. When Washington was laid out by )lajor L'Enfant it was planned on a scale for a city of half a million in habitants. The major had the ad vantage of a clear /i fr i» field to work in. There were no con Il fueling interests to harmonize, real es tate owners were kept off ihe site until everything was ready. So he made his plans for a beautiful munici pality. Avoiding the .gridiron scheme of the regular rect angular streets of Philadelphia, he proposed a gridiron system broken by <diagonal avenues radiating from two -chief foci, the main one, the capitol, and the other the White House. These diagonal avenues, it must be admitted, are mighty confusing to a -stranger. When he is wandering along and suddenly emerges into a parkway from which six or eight streets di verge, it. needs a level head and an -eye to topography ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 January 1910

ehat Good "Hdwlerm" Sent te Us from etaVI&d, An article on "Examinstion Humor" In an English periodical called "Nor mal Echoes," contains some gooa "howler.." They are none the less interesting for coming from students is training for teachers. A critlichm of William Blake ,that "as a child he was precocious in poetry, but in later years It developed into dogmatism" is a lesson in the art of being inartieu. late, while the remark that "the works of the time were mostly Satyrs" is quaint though obvious. The transla" tion of "Caviare to the general" as "they gave the best of fish to the servant" is worth thinking out, and so is the note on Wordaworth's great line in the ode, "the winds come to me from the fieldp of sleep," as "found in Old Immortality, means that the wind blew across the flowers." Of course, there is boggling over proper names. There is nothing, indeed, so good as the -descriptjon of Cromwell as "a man with coarse features and having a large, red nose with deep re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 January 1910

SILHOUETTES OF WESTERN CANADA The man from Iowa began to talk land before the train was well out of the C. N. R. depot in Winnipeg. The talk began in rather wide circles. The rush to the land, the bumper crop, the syatem of summer fallowing pursued in the semi-arid districts, were all discussed, and then, with a sort of apologetic smile, the Iowa man said: I'm a bit interested in this country myself. Some of the men down home got a few sections up here along this lipe, and I'm going to have a look at them. Never been up in Canada be. fore"- (it is curious how these mid. western Americans pronounce the same of the Dominion as if it was 'Can'dy")-"but if it looks good we will be up to stay next fall." "You see, it's like this," said the .aan from Iowa-quite manifestly con tinuing an argument that had been go ing on in his mind for some time. "Back in our State land has become dear. Anybody wanting to sell can get $70 or $80 an acre for it, and every farm that's offered is snapped up. ...

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