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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 16 February 1910

WAS PLEASED HE SECURED A GOOD HALP-BEC. TION IN CENTRAL CANADA. It is not only from Kentucky, but from thirty-Ave to forty different States that there comes the expression ef satisfaction from these who have taken up lands in Central Canada as a free homestead or have purchased lands. Mr. L .' Bell, of 3'rankfort, Ken. tacky, " itea to a Canadian Govern ment Official, and Mayr "I have just eeturned from Alberta; everjoyed with say trip. Tout literature was very Battering, but not half what I found it. I bought a half section between Cal. gary and 8dmobpton, one mile from vailroad, seer a eod ttows. Thls- is the best country I 'ever raw or ever expect to see. I will go in the spring and get to work on my place. I think it is the coming Country of the World." Some of the papers describe the set fling of the Canadian West as "be. doming a fever with a great many peo pie. The lure of its golden promises ts creeping into their hearts and many are they who are answering the call of that u...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 16 February 1910

LOCAL NEWS For the real thing in eandy go St The Bon Ton. 86 tf Ed S. Moad of Cowan, was a busst ama visitor in town last Saturday. Try our choeolates a$ the Bon Ton. They meltin your uev&tJ, 87-tt Cabbage and rutabagof for sale. It Joe Lateod. A select line of cookies and crackers $The Bon Ton, 88s f Ben P. Stevens, the merchant prince of Dodson, transacted business in Malta the latter part of last week. A large aesignment of fruit just re eeived at the Bon Ton. Prices the s weet. 87-tf Dudley Jones, the well known Dod ..irn s:ockiiia, W!'e 8 bsines vieitor _3n Malta the flast of this week: Sun Kist oranges and lemons 8b sale at Malta Mercantile company. -Save the wrappers. George Thompson, of Manitoba, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Garland. For Sale-8000 bushels of excellent seed oats. Inquire of the Great Falls outfit at Ashfield. Sun Kist oranges and lemons on sale at Malta Mecantile Co. The largest and best in the city for the money. Alfred Johnson, one of B...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 February 1910

THE: ENTERPRISE. I Weekly Newspaper Whose Interest, are Idemtt.ted with those of .Northern Monta.aa and Especially of the Milk1 River palley VoL. 1I MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUAUARY 23, 1910. No. so. Ill u ] iii iiiii i i• i Imu ... -. '1] i i i i E • I WORK FOR THE SURVEY OF MONTANA PUBLIC LANDS GOVERNOR NORRIS RECOMMENDS THAT COMMERCIAL CLUBS AND INDIVIDUALS OF THE STATE FORWARD PETI TIONS TO WASHINGTON FOR APPROPRIATION Governor Edwin L. Norris is in re ceipt of a letter from Senator Thomas Carter respecting the question of an appropriation which will permit of the immediate survey of the public lands in Montana, which the gover nor took up with President Taft and which the state board of land com missioners took up with Montana representatives in congress. says the Helena Record. Senator Carter gives it as his opinion that splendid head way is being made, but he urges prompt and universal' response to the suggestion of the governor that the citizenship of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 February 1910

THE WONDERBERRY OR SUNBERRY 4as Proved a Great 8ucess-Thoue sands Say It's the Best Thing They Ever Grew. The Wonderberry or Sunberry, the marvelous garden fruit originated by Luther Burbank, and introduced by John Lewis Childs, the well-known Seedsman of Floral Park, N. Y., has proved a great success all over the country. Thousands of people say it Is the best thing they ever grew. Mr. John Burroughs, the well-known author, Naturalist and bosom-friend of Theodore Roosevelt, says it is the most delicious pie berry he ever tasted, and a marvelous cropper. A Director of the New York Agricul tural Experiment Station says it fruits abundantly even in pure sand. In the short season of North-western Canada it is a godsend, and fruits long after frost has killed most garden truck. D. S. Hall, Wichita, Kan., says thirty people grew it there last season with perfect satisfaction. K. S. Enochs, Hammond, La., says it yields $250 worth of fruit per acre with him. Mrs. J. H. Powers, 4732 Kenwood...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 February 1910

,-- . -:... ., .../.,,--. -I I r . .. [.- Tbe Daner 8 naI By OSKAR REICH (Copyrighted by Short tories Co., Ltd.) "Porter, put my satchel in the -through carriage for Salsburg, not the smoker." "All right, sir." A few moments later Edgar Spilten was installed in the desired carriage. He always traveled in the compar. ment for non-smokers, for he not only disliked the habit, but also was. ever on the lookout for. adventures on his travels, and as ladies geiMally gave special preference to this compart ment, he found it more opportune. Today his plkospects looked meager. The guard had already closed the doors; and he was still alone. The train, on the whole, was rather empty. As it was winter there was but little traveling .for pleasure, and the num ber of those driven forth by business or duty was small at this time of the year. In one of the two adjoining compartments a trio of men had already picked acquaintance, and were absorbed in a game of "taroc," while In the other a pair of t...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 February 1910

THE ENTERPRISE THlE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUBl. CO.. P,.oPs. Entered in the post oflice at Malta, Mout:t It as SýconcI Class Mail Matter, SUISCRIIPTION 82.00 PER YEAR l'ublished Every Wednesday in the Year. OFFIC'IAI. PA 1IER OF VALLEY C J UNTY GREAT FALLS LAND OFFICE Homestead Entries Year Ending August, 1908 I 398 Entries Year Ending August, 1909 1,820 Entries Month of August, 1909 637 Entries If Above Rate Is 7,644 Entries Continued for Year Month of September, 1909 735 Entries If Above Rate Is 8,820 Entries Continrcd for Year Oc&tobr, 25 Days 1,100 Entries If Above Rate Is 16,060 Entries Continued for Year Thin :lie anr:rn~m shows h1w rapuidly ,the rC how0tc:atl land in "!, .t ' ,,t i. , . h in t:..,m un . "'hu l] ;r tc 1 t ,f . n , h, m11, !ct I l w l M alta 1,, i1h ,5:,t " of, its l o ati, is i h .j key to thie ric' h b, ch la11;tuls of lit' Milk Iliver Valley andl the '101:n us Littl, Io '.y Mi'ig' t M alta ,) ig to its gs'go rVil'hicall l,4n'1 ti,}nl ii thl miist of this boll...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 February 1910

MONTANA-WHEAT What 30,000,000 Acres Would Produce Total Production 664,000,000 of United 664,000,000 States, 1908 30,000,000 Acres in Montana at United 414,000,000 States 4verage of 13.8 (Last 10 Years) 30,000,000 Acres in Montana at Its Own 800,000,000 Average of 26.7 . (Last 10 Years) This diagram is for the purpose of showing the great possibilities con tained in Montana's soil. It is estimated that there are 30,000,000 acres of arable land in the state; the total area of Iowa, 32,00o,ooo. If Montana's entire acreage should be sown to wheat the yield figured at the present average would be greater than the total production of the entire United States. Other Local For Rent--320 acres of good meadow land. Inquire of The lMalta Realty Company. Word was received in this city the first of this week that the Great Nor thern Railway hau completed all plans for the remodeling of our old depot and that no new depot will be given this fair town. Well there is some consolation in knowing th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 February 1910

Malta Enterprise. THE MALTA lNTERPRISD PUB. CO., INC. R. M. REICHEL, Editor. MALTA, - - - MONT. NEWS OF A WEEK IN CONDENSEO 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 Lines. PERSONAL. Wilbur Wright, the aviator, has completed the purchase of a tract of land near Montgomery, Ala., to be used for experiments with aeroplanes. An autogr ph letter written by Benedict Arnold in the revolutionary war brought $121 at a sale of the late Rev. Joseph Willard's effects in Bos ton, Mass. Dr. F. A. Cook is now reported to have landed at Santiago, Chile, with his wife. State Senator Timothy Sullivan (Big Tim) of New York underwent an op eration last week and came so near death that only the most powerful drugs kept him alive. His condition is still serious. The condition of MaJ. Gen. Leonard Wood, who was operated upon at the Johns Hopkins hospit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 February 1910

VNS SHADOW OP DEATH lemarkable Reoovery of a Washing. ton Woman. Mrs. nos Shearer, YeTw and Wash' 4eso sta., Centralia, Wash., with one kidney gone, the other badly diseased, and fire doctors In eonsultatlon, w as thought to be io a hopeless state. 5he. story of Mrs. Shea er's awful suSeag, sad her wonderful sure through usin boaa' Eidney Pills, iP a bns one; but l, iaserstenam suolreltwith bakoehe +er kidney trouble, ad4Mrs. Shearer will tell. t to ahy one who writes her,. en hloeig a stamp. "I am well an4 etive, though 86 years old, and give all the arelit to Dean's Kidney Pills," says Mrs Shearer. Remember the name--Doan's. For male by all dealers. 50 cents a bo.. Voster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. A Polish Marriage. A Polish couple came before a jus tice of the peace to be married. The young man handed him the marriage license and the pair stood up before him. "Join hands," said the justice of the peace. They did so, and the justice looked at the document, which authorized him t...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 23 February 1910

LOCAL NEWS Cabbage and rutabagos for sale. It Joe Lafond. For the real thing in candy go to The Bon Ton. 88 tf Newman the Great, February 25-26. Garland's. Miss Maude Hyatt is on the sick list this week. A select line of cookies and crackers at The Bon Ton. 88 tf Ed S. Mead of Cowan, was a busi a s visitor in town last Saturday. Vocal and instrumental music at The Bon Ton, 25c a copy. 88 tf Little baby Riddle has been quite sick in the past week. Mrs. P. L. Fortney is reported on the sick list this week. Try our chocolates at the Bon Ton. They meltin your mouth. 387-tf Newman the Great at Garland's opera house Friday and Saturday. A large assignment of fruit just re seived at the Bon Ton. Prices the lowest. 87-tf Mr. and Mrs. Hannah of Harlem, were guests of friends in this city over Sunday. For Sale--Cheap a few pieces of furniture, including stoves. Mrs. J. F. Kilduff. Washington's birthday was a holi day for the bank and the city schools. Others worked. For Sale-3000 bushels of e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 March 1910

S~THE ENTERPRISE. 4t Wekl Newsapepr Whose fInterests are Ideiitified with those of J~r'th*M' Montana and Especially of the Milk, River V~alley VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1910. No. 41. SENATOR THOS. CARTER MAKES REPORT ON PROJECTS SENATOR CARTER CHAIRMAN OF THE SENATE IRRIGATION COMMITTEE GIVES A SUMMARY OF THE COMPUTED (oSTS OF MONTANA IRRIGATION PROJECTS In this report on the $80,000,000 reclamation issue bill from the com mittee on irrigation, Senator Carter, the chairman, estimates the value of the land on the Montana projects when irrigated as follows: Milk River. $21,000,000. Sun River, $16,115,000. Huntley, $2,169,075. L o w e r Yellowstone (Montana North Dakota), $4,886,650. Senator Carter also gives a summary of the computed cost, net cost, irriga ble areas, water right charges and re payments to October 81, 1900, on the irrigation prospects in Montana. These figures are as follows: Huntly project-Total cost, $955, 000; net cost to October 81,...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 March 1910

Malta Enterprise. THE MALTA RNTBRPRISU PUB. CO., IxC. R. M. REICNEL, Bditor. 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 Averill Harriman, son of the late Edward H. Harriman, was tossed over the historic Yale fence by sophomores during the annual Wash ington's birthday cane rush, and sus tained a blackened eye and numerous cuts and bruises. The Yale freshmen, however, of which he is a member, were victorious over the sophomores through superior numbers. LeRoy Percy of Greenville, one of the most brilliant lawyers in Missis sippi, was nominated as United States senator from the state of Mississippi to fill out the unexpired term of A. J. McLaurin, who died December 23, last. Dr. Robert Schneider of Berlin, who Is the discoverer of a new cure for tuberculosis, arri...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 March 1910

Fought to Retain Formula Which Has Made a Fortune L. T. Cooper, the man who believes that 90 per cent. of all ill health. of this generation is caused by stomach trouble, is fast winning a national faith in his theory. His claim is now ad mitted b' a surptcis a humb'er of peo pie throughout the country, and he is gainifg new adherents every day. While speaking of his suocess in a recent Interview, Mr. Cooper said: "I believed ten years ago that any one who could produce a formula that would thoroughly regulate the stom ach would have a fortune. When I got hold of this formula I knew within six moaths that I was right, and that my fortune was made. I called the med icine Cooper's New Discovery, al though I did not get up the formula. I have owned it, however, for over fve years. I have had one lawsuit over it, which I won in the courts. When it was settled The Cooper Medicine Company became the only Arm In the world that can prepare the medicine. The preparation has. sold like wildfi...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 March 1910

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO.~ PaoPS. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montani as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PERY EAR Published Every Wednesday in the Year. OFFICIAL PA PER OF VALLEY C J UNTY WHEAT United States, Montana and Europe 10 20 30 40 30 Denmark 1901-190 _ 40.2 Belgium 1901-190 34 Great Britain 1901-1905 31.7 Germany 1901-190 28.1 MONTANA Last 10 Yrs 267 ON France 1901-190 20,2 Russia 1901-190 10.3 United States 40 Years 12.7 United States Last 10 Years 13.8 In the production of wheat Montana averages 26.7 bushels per acre. The average for the United States being 18.8 for the last lii years. This dhiagramn shows how great is the necessity for more scientific methods in wheat growing in this country. Montana's soil is unusually fertile. but only proper cultivation will enable her to main tain this high average in whleat production. Malta by the nature of its location is the key to the rich bench lands of the Milk River Valley and the Famo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 March 1910

DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS Corgwremaa CHARLES N. PRAY of Chouteas Governor EDWIN L. NORRIS of Hedena. Lleutenant Governor W. R. ALLEN of Deer Lodge Aeaoclate Justloe W. L. HOLLOWAY of Gallatin. Seerstarw otState A. N. YODER of Silver Bow. Attorney Geneal A. J. GALENof Lewis and Clark Treasurer E. E. ESSELSTYN of Carbon. Auditor H. 3. CUNNINGHAIk of Silver Bow. Superntendent of Public Inastruotion W. H. HARMON of Gallatin. Railroad Commisaloners DAN BOYLE of Park. Six-year term. B. T. STANTON. Fouryeear term. 3. A. MORLEY. Two-year term. J. L. TRUICOTT of Glasgow. Representative PRANK G. ARNETT of Culbertson. County Commissioners WM. MCBRIDE of Culbertson A. DAVIDSON of Malet. J. T. PARRIS of Hinadal. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN of Glasgow. Sherit S. C. SMALL of Glasgow. Clerk of Courts C. C. BEEDE of Ilasgow. Assessor JAMES FOXOf Glasgow. Treasurer LYMAN BARNES of Maltt. Clerk and Recorder W. B. SHOEMAKER of Hinsdale. Public Administrator JACOB 88EL of Mondak. County Surveyor W. H. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 March 1910

Nor on a Half-Dime, Either. Simon Hardoastle believed with sin. re faith that any wife who had, or asked, more than a quarter a .year for he' own amusement or enjoyment was a being too horrible to contem' 91ate. He came from the village store for dinner and told what he had heard. "Miranda, would you believe that the Lord's prayer could be engraved In a space no larger than a dime?" "Well, yes, Simon," she hazarded, "Iu a dime is as large in the engraver's eyes as it is in yours, I should think that he would have no difficulty at ill."-The Housekeeper. Two Votes. The first time I ran for the general assembly one of the prominent citi aens of my community told me that he was going to vot'e against me be cause when I was a shaver I threw a rotten apple at his horse. Another :prominent citizen told me that he was .going to vote for me because when I was a shaver I put a rotten egg in a buggy cushion belonging to the wom an he worked for and he had never Liked the woman. Think of it! An...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 March 1910

New often do you eat this ftedt A short time ago there appeared In the columns of one of the prominent magasines an article on building brain .and muscle by the proper selection of the foods you eat. A good many people were surprised to find oatmeal placed at the top of the list of foods recommended; but if the article had appeared in an English or Scotch paper every reader would have expected to see first place given to good oatmeal. As a matter of fact Great Britain and Europe come to usfor tremendous quantities of Quaker Oats because it represents to them perfect food, being the richest in flavor and best in clean liness and purity, of all oatmeals. Americans should eat more Quaker Oats; the results would soon show themselves in improved conditions of health and strength. 15 A Vast Differeofe. "Why's a bachelor a bachelor?" "It depends; but it is seldom for the same reason that an old maid's an old maid."--Judge. The Perverse Sex. "Hinkley's got a wonderful head. All his woman re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 2 March 1910

LOCAL NEWS Cabbage and rutabagos for male. it Joe Lafond. Man and wife~wants place on ranch Inquire at this offiee. Have you tried the new candy at the Bon Ton? Its fine. Joe Way transacted business in Havre the middle of last week. Try our chocolates at the Bon Ton. lSey meltin your mouth. 87-tf Mfiss Mabel Tucker will entertain the Woman's Club next Saturday evening. Jeprome Hutchins, of Hinsdale was a MUjJ vlpj~r the early part of this week. Miss Mayme Joiner spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper in this city. A large assignment of fruit just re *iived at the Bon Ton. Prices the St. Mary's Guild will meet with Mrs. H. 0., Robinson, Wednesday, March 10. For Sale--Cheap a few pieces of 'furniture, including stoves. Mrs. J. F. Kilduff. Thomas Dignan, county attorney. was a business visitor in Malta last Saturday. MayorJohn A. Tressler is this week looking after his legal buisness in Glasgow. Walter Taylor of Nashua, transact ed business in Malta the latter part of last week. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 9 March 1910

THIE ENTERPRISE. 4d Veeklcy etvspceper Whose Ilterests are Identiic, 1 with those ,f Norpther,'n .llolmIta and El-specially of the .lil- l'irer uthlleyj VOL. 12 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDIAY, MARCLi 9, 1910. No. 42. ' r' rI!1r ri II I ! Iý DISTRICT COURT IN SESSION JURY DRAWN FOR TERM JUDGE TATTAN HAS BEEN BUSY IN GLASGOW LOOKING OVER PROBATE MATfTES.,A JURY OF SIXTY NAMES HAS BEEN DRAWN, AND TO REPORT MARCH 22 District court for Valley county has been in session two days, during which time a large amount of probate business has been disposed of. Judge Tattan also passed on uIx n a number of demurrers and motions pending. A jury of 60 names has been drawn, to report for duty March 22, Cases have been set down for trial, up to April 11. George Davis who plead ed guilty to information charging grand larceny, received a sentence of one year. Defendant was accused of the theft of money, and it was shown that the money had been re turned the owner, so Davis received the minim...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 9 March 1910

Malta Enterprise. THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO., Irc. B. 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. Count Hans von Schwerin-Loewitz, a member of the Conservative party, was elected speaker of the German reichstag, succeeding Count Udo von Stotberg-Weringerode, who died on February 19. George McCracken, ten years old, sat at his desk until the Freeport (Pa.) school was dismissed, though he had broken his leg while coasting during recess. Col. Roosevelt and the members of his immediate party sailed from Gon dokoro, Sudan, on the steamer Dal for Khartum, where they expect to arrive March 15. With the departure the African scientific expedition under the auspices of the Smithsonian institu tion of Washington and led by the former president of the United St...

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