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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 January 1910

D THE TR US TS TREI YE _B TAFT PRESIDENT HANDLES TWO IM PORTANT TOPICS IN HIS SPE. CIAL MESSAGE TO CONGRESS. WANTS NEW COURT CREATED Tribunal Weuld Hear Came* Arising Under the Interstate Law-Chief Executive Also Urges hedtriI in1 corporation StMtute to Sutppre** Abuses and Ngt is Destroy Legiti* tnite Cefblnations of Capital. Washington, San. ?.-Needed legislation I copoerning the interstate commerce law and the control of trusts formed the sub sect of President Taft's special message to congress. The president calls atten tion to the partial fallure of the present commerce law to get results because of the frequent appeals from its decisions to federal courts and the slowness of the supreme court in deciding these cases. The message says: "It would not be proper to attempt to deprive any corporation of the right to the review by a court of any order or de cree which, if undisturbed, would rob it of a reasonable return upon its invest ment or would subject it to burdens which would...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 January 1910

LOCAL NEWS Skating is flue, have you tried it? The ice harvest is now on in full blast. We both lose if you don't trade at the Bon Ton. Mrs. Dwight Jones was a Malta visitor last Friday evening. H. H. Nelson of Vandalia, visited in town for a few hours last Monday. Archie Gould of Saco transacted business in Malta the latter part of last week. Dudley Jones, the Dodson stock man, was a business visitor in Malta the first of the week. Dr. L. E. Montgomery and wife re turned from an extended visit to Col *rado, Iowa and Nbbraska. J. L. Westergreen, a well known miner from the Landusky country, was a business visitor in Malta the middle of last week. Rollin Eastabrooks made final proof on his homestead east of town last Monday before United States Com missioner R. M. Reichel. Lyman Austin, who is running a big bunch of sheep on his White Water ranch, was in Malta the first of this week after supplies. Col. C. E. Hinton, former editor of the Glasgow Democrat, has located in Great Falls. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1910

V THE ENT1F A PRISE. t+t' rilatoricac .4 WVeekly Newspaper Whose Interestsq are Identified with tho e f / llon /aias iad Especially of the sAiilk River Valley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, EDNESIAY, JANUARY 19, 1910. No. 35. L. W. HILL THE NEW EMPIRE BUILDER WILL GO TOWASHINGTOA WITH A COMITTEE OF IFARMERSEFROM THE MILK RIVER VALLEY TO ASK THE GOVERNMENT TO EITHER WORK OR DROP IT Over 200 farmers were present at the United Milk River Irrigation meeting at Havre last Saturday. Malta alone furnished nearly fifty delegates. The meeting was noted for its quick work and unbounded enthusiasm. Every delegate was of one opinion and as a result a com mittee will go to Washington from the association to ask the govern ment to either get to work toward the irrigation of the irrigable lands, or get out and give somebody else a chance who will. That, in sub stance, was the outcome of the meet Ofcourse, the resolutions are worded in more diplomatic language but that is what they mean and...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1910

Malta Enterprise. By MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. JOS. B. EDMINITEII. P*b. MALTA. e MONT. NEWSOF 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. Henry S. Graves, director of the hE Yale school of forestry, was appointed a chief forester of the United States c to succeed Gifford Pinchot, removed. e Mr. Graves was from 1898 to 1900 as- ti sistant chief of the division of fores try in the agricultural department un- hi der Pinchot. S The widow of Gen. Franz Sigel and ti grandmother of Elsie Sigel, murdered h by a Chinaman, is near death in New c York. She was never told of her grandchild's fate. c' Jared Starr Babcock, inventor of S the game of roque, died at his home n in New York. v Harry Hilden of Biloxi, Mass., 14 fi years old, rescued Theodore Ryan, h aged 12, from drowning. It was the fifth rescue of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1910

URGES CONSERVATION OF THE NATION'S RESOURCES President Taft Sends Special Message to Con gress Recommending Prevention of Land Frauds, Control of Water Power, Fos tering of Soils and Kindred Subjects Washington, Jan. 14.-Following is the complete text of the special maes sage on the conservation of the na tion's resources sent to the senate and nouse of representatives by Pres ident Taft to-day: To the Senate and House of Representa tives: In my annual message I reserved the subject of the conservation of our na tional resources for disposition in a spe cial message, as follows: In several departments there is pre sented the necessity for legislation look ing to the further conservation of our national resources, and the subject Is one of such importance as to require a more detailed and extended discussion than can be entered upon in this cornmunica tion. For that reason 1 shall take an early opportunity to send a special mes sage to congress on the subject of the improvement of ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1910

Cash is King Here. Dollars for Dimes., T In' 75lev lee 8iba best granulated sugar .98 underwear Sale Price .37 Good :ndrdtoate 9cp Men's $2 Pants, Now .95 Il.bast color prints worth lOc yd Men' 3 5c President suspend p 2Saic, Price 5c era, Now .29 12and 15c cotton flannel Men's and Boys' 75c caps, Sl rc Now .39 Woomens hodMise, ' Now 5 c Men's $2shoes, Now .95 a; 5::Da15 Rbesadorhes alms Men's 150 ut o ny7.85 CUT IN TWO Of Hig*h Grade Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnishings, Groceries, etc., etc. To be Sold at Public Bona Fide Retail Sale BeginningSt r ayJ Saturday, 22nd 9 a m.Sharp and continuing until Wednesday, February 2" Lastingr 10 dy Ć½dyPrices Cut Beyond Recognition. Men's and _- -. Beautiful Display of Dress Goods and Cotton Boys' Fall and Winte~r Suits .1 ~ W n e iu *Goods for Fall and Winter Wear and Overcoats. $'*50,000 worth~f of W i te Cilot ing at Great Reduction. Meni's lusiness suilts, particularly adapted for V A1 We have all the new prtyshades and colosi rough wear...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1910

COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS At 10 o'clock a. m. January 14th, 1910,.Board of County Commissioners of Valley county, Montana, met in special session as per notice, A. Davidson, J. T. Ferris and the Clerk present. Notice of call for meeting was read. On motion A. Davidson was elected temporary chairman in absence of regular chairman. On motion the following township officers were appointed: L. E. Schow, Constable, Cuihertson towniship. Homer F. Cox, .l wtice of Peace, Malta township. Ii. W. Ilalke, Justice of the Peace, Ilins dale township. Report of Lyman Barnes, Treas urer, for quarter ending November 80, 1909, examined and checked with Clerks Annual Financial Report and same was approved. On motion the following petitions for saloon license were granted: George Reynolds, Ben Schaumberg, John Nelson. At 12 o'clock noon on motion Board adjourned. A. Davidson, Chairman. W. B. Shoemaker. Clerk. COWAN NOTES. Clarence McKay was a caller here last Saturday, and reported stock condition on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1910

Stops Lameness Much of the chronic lameness In horses is due to neglect. See that your horse is not at. lowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's Liniment on hand and apply at the first sign of stiffness. It's wonderfully penetrating - goes right to the spot-relieves the soreness-limbers up the joints and makes the muscles elastic and pliant. Here's the Proof. Mr. G. T. Roberts of Resaca, Ga., R.F.D. No. i, Box 43, writes: - "I have used your Liniment on a horse for swee ney and effected a thorough cure. I al so removed a spavin on a mule. This spavin was as large as a guinea egg. In my estimation the best remedy for lamb Hess and soreness is Sloa~ns Liniment Mr. H. M. Gibbs, of Lawrence, Kans., R.F.D. No. 3, writes:-"Your Lini ment is the best that I have ever used. I had a mare with an abscess on her neck and one 5oc. bottle of Sloan's Liniment entirely cured her. I keep it around all the time for galls and small swellings and for everything about the stock." Sloan's Liniment will kill a spa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1910

BE T2ZVItIE 'TALE5 Glaphyra Quat and Bedilla fy Ells Parker Buiferc Avdhor-of"Pis a ~PipsTftc"GM !inLLURATED 4y PETER. NEWEUJ Miss Glaphyra Quat is one of the proudest aristocrats in Betsville, and for a long time it was a matter of sor row with her that she was the last of the Quate. For years she tried strenuously to accomplish a matri monial alliance with anyone, so that the Quat line might not become ex tinct, but no one seemed to want Glaphyra; she was too long and thin, and ran too much to jaw bone and shanks, and by the time she was 60 she was pretty well resigned, and felt that when she died the last Quat would perish off the face of the earth. She would sit in her rocking chair and sigh, and knit the kind of stock ings the Quats had always worn first a stripe of red and then a stripe of green, and then another stripe of red-and think how bad it was for the world that the Quats were about to leave if forever. But last June a ray of joy came in to her life. She read in the pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 January 1910

THE ENT ER PRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. Inc. Prwrieters. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, asSecond Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Fred Cooper is the new night central. Mrs. L. E. Montgo nery visited With Dr Montgomery the first of the week. Economy is a principle of success. Get the habit by trading at The Bon Ton. Ladies Notice! Big basket social January 21. Get your crape paper at The Bon Ton. 84-86 George Adams, who has the con tract for burying the county charges, was a business visitor in Malta yes terday. Dwight Jones made final proof on his desert land entry, last Monday before United States Commissioner R. M. Reichel. A telegram from Judge A David son locates him in a little town on the Billings and Northern called Buffalo,where he is snowbound. Lee Flagel, who has been sojourn ing throughout the western part of the state, arrived in Malta Tuesday morning, and Wednesday left for the UL ranch down on the Missouri. Contrac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1910

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with, those of Northern Monttana and Especially of the .Milk Rliver Valley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY s6, 1910, No. so. . . .. ... . . . . . i i i i l l lll l I I OFFICIALS OF THE GREAT NORTHERN IN WASHINGTON ACCORDING TO AN ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT J. J. HILL WILL ASSIST LOUIS HILL AND DELEGATES FROM MILK RIVER VALLEY IN THEIR MISSION That all the Great Northern Rail way officials are interested in the Milk River project is evident from the following Associated press report sent out from Washington, last Mon day. With such assistance it is a foregone conclusion that there will be something doing the coming sum mer on the b'g ditch in this valley. Certainly, no better news could be received by the people of the Milk River Valley and Northern Montana than the fact that at last their just demands have been heard and recog nized by influential men, who are able to substitute live wires for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1910

BITTER DISAPPOINTMENT. Kind Lady-It must be hard to find that you have inherited a taste for beefsteak. Sandy Pikes-Yes, mum; especially when yer find dat yer haven't inherit* ed de beefsteak. Sold Again. Little Willie was fond of springing surprises on his parents by announc ing some terrific happening, and then, when excitement was at fever point, declaring that nothing of the kind had occurred. But he played the trick once too often. A new and very pretty governess came to stay at the house for Willie's benefit a few weeks back, and a day or two after her arrival Willie rushed to his mother saying: "Mamma, there's a strange man up stairs who has just put his arm around Miss Wilson's waist and kissed her several times-" "What?" said the mother, as she jumped up to pull the bell for the but ler. "Sold again, mamma!" said Willie, in great glee. "It wasn't a strange man at all. It was papa!" Did von ever have a good, old-fash ioned boy's stomach ache? Of course you have. A little dos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1910

BETZVII-LE TAIL5 Orone M'Dooble and His Stone Uncle y E.Ls Parker Butler Author of"Pi. is Pi s Efe c LUSTRATED BY PETER. NEWELL One of the most cruel cases of heart lessness ever known in Betsville has Just come to light, and several of our most distinguished citizens have Joined to write a Black Hand letter to Cousin Orone McDooble, advising him to move into the next county(or take the consequences. We think he will move. About eight years ago Hiram Mc Dooble died, and he was continuous ly mad from the time the automobile passed across him until he breathed his last. He always had hated auto mobiles, but when one ran over him it acted as the last straw that breaks the camel's back, and he called his nephew Orone to him, and told him that if ever Orone dared get into one of the all-fired things he would turn over in his grave. Then he died as comfortably as possible, and Orone buried him in the Old Grove cemetery, and took charge of the old man's prop erty, as any sole survivor shou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1910

FI NAL WIND-UP SOF: THE E IGAXTZO SALE Cash is King Here. Dollars for Dimes. Men's 75c heavy fleeced 18lbs best granulated sugar .98 underwear Sale Price .37 Good standard corn, only 7c can underwear Sale Price .37 Good standard tomatoes 9c can Men's $2 Pants, Now .95 ' Fast color prints worth 10c yd Men's 5)c President suspend . Sale Price Sc Men's and Boys' 75c caps, Sale Price 6c ,Now .39 Womern's and Misses' 35c Men's $2 shoes, Now .95 woolen hose, Now 19c Men's $2 shoes, Now .95 Rubbers and overshces almost Men's 1.25 wool underwear given away. Sale Price .79 PRICES TRIMMED, PARED, AND Men's 15.CO0 suits Now only 7.85 CUT IN TWO CF High Grade Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnishings, Groceries, etc., etc. SW This is the Sale of all Sales. Never again in the history of Malta will you see such High Grade Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries Slaughtered in this manner. Wool Blankets at the price of raw material Ladies' Waists in all sizes worth from 1.50 Ladies' Wrappers worth ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1910

Bodyaof White House Pet i4 Removed from Washington. To change the resting place of some famous man of bygone days is no un usual occurrence, but it has remained for President Roosevelt to introduce a novelty in the way of disinterment and removal. Jack, the black-and tan pet of Mrs. Roosevelt, which was buried in the White House grounds three years ago, nowi lies under the sod at Sagamore 11111, the president's sumMer home at Oyster Bay. Three years ago the memobers of the president's family gatheredl al), t the large tree that stands near the south portico of the executive maos!ou, and witnessed the funeral held over the remains of Jack. The body of the dog was laid in a special casket, and after it had been lowered in the grave a small lilac bush was planted to mark the resting place of the White House pet. Three iron pickets were placed about the grave to keep visitors from walking over it. Now all these have gone, and the little casket, containing the remains of Jack, and the sm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1910

Malta Enterprise. By MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. JOB. B. BDMINBTEiR, Pub. MALTA, MONT. 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. William Beverly Murphy, 52 years old, one of the best-known paper manufacturers in the middle west, died from cancer of the stomach at Appleton, Wis., after a long illness. Mrs. Elsie Sigel, widow of Gen. Franz Sigel of cival-war fame, and grandmother of Elsie Sigel, who was murdered last August by a Chinaman, is dead at New York. She never had been told of her granddaughter's death. Bishop Cyrus D. Foss of the Metho dist Episcopal church, who has been honored by every Protestant denom ination, was stricken with paralysis while riding in a trolley car in Phila delphia and is in a critical condition. Miss Marjorie Gould, the beautiful young daughter of Mr. and Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1910

By Edward B.C Ckrk - r *1p TO~~g D.L.16K HE headquarters of the Daughters of the Ameri can Revolution are situ ated in Washington. These d *omen, who are engaged , in the work of keeping alive patriotic memories, _ _ ] have in a nearly complet ed form, one of the. most 'beautiful buildings in the-capital city. If the forming of the many spcie- . ties in which membership is based on the having of an ancestor who '. fought or did something else for his ..,..: country a century or so ago serves no other purpose, it at least is the means of bringing to light some more ts than half hidden bits of American history too interesting to be lost either to sight or memory." For the last few years the genealogy depart ments of the Congressional library i . and of the reference libraries all over ;. . the country have been more popular ' with the masses than any other rooms in the buildings. There are .gathered daily throngs composed to the five-sixths part of women study ing away for dear life i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 January 1910

THE ENTE RPRISE THl MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. lae. Proeprieters. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana, as Second Class Mail Matter Official Paper of Valley County LOCAL NEWS Geo. Jones, returned Monday from a trip to Chinnook. Mayor John A. Tressler made a professional trip to Glasgow Monday. Economy is a principle of success. Get the habit by trading at The Bon Ton. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson were registered at the Hotel Malta last Monday. The creeks in this vicining are all running, and there is but very little snow left. Note the changes in the ads of B. 11. Koke, James Murray and the First State bank, Ladies Notice! Big basket social January 21. Get your crape paper at The Bon Ton. 84-36 Mrs. Elijah Hyatt and little song Of a't'n3 iN th! iveek visiting at the hmine Arthur Cavanaugh. Money to Loan on Real Estate If you desire to make a farm loan, call on or address, John Hurly, Glas gow. Montana. 30-tf Mrs. Ott Casady and son Temple tl are visiting for a few days at the ti ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 February 1910

STHE EN RtRPRISE. .4 Weekly Nervspaper Whose Interests are Identflied with those of Northern Montana mrn Ese,,lly of the .Alilk hirer Talley VoL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, Fi;i tUAUAR t i2, 1910. No. 37, MONTANA'S CLIMATE IS FINE CHINOOK WINDS PREVAIL MORE SUNSHINE THAN IN THE MIDDLE, EASTERN OR NEW ENGLAND STATES.-MOUNTAINS RIBBED WITH RICH ORE--VALLEYS AS FERTILE AS THOSE OF THE NILE A government report on the climate of Montana contains the following: "The light snowfall in the valleys throughout the state during the winter months is usually speedily evaporated by the chinook winds which are pre valent from Oregon to Nebraska, from the Peace river to Arizona, be ing particularly common in Montana, where they do much to modify the climate." The chinook is a wind which comes from the warm Japanese current in the Pacific ocean, and tempers the climate in all the country it reaches. There are cold days in Montana, as are to be expected in a northern state, but a co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 February 1910

Malta Enterprise. THE MALTA ENTEdPRIo PUB. CO., INc. It. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA, . MONT. 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. Charles T. Yerkes' large collection of paintings, statuary and oriental rugs, in the late traction magnate's New York residence, will be sold at auction before spring. Speaking at a Tokyo dinner, Baron Shihusawa asserted that two-thirds of American prestige was due to the character of the people, and he said he was especially impressed with the important part played by the Y. M. C. A. Thomas Taggart of Indianapolis, the Democratic politician, accidentally shot while hunting in Mississippi, may save his eye after all. The X-ray shows a shot within a thirty-second of an inch of a vital spot in the eye. Senator Clark . of Wyoming has named a negro, Ollie R. ...

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