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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 July 1910

FROFITABLE DAIRYING By' HUGH G. VAN PELT Dairy Expert Iowa State Dairy Association Problems Up to Dairymen With all the great advantages that dairy farming presents, it has without doubt its disadvantages, and many of them, so that the farmer who antici pates entering dairying as a business must not do so with the idea that there is nothing to be found in the business except profits. As a matter of fact, there are, comparatively speaking, very few farmers who will make out of dairying the greatest profits that are to be found therein. Kind Treatment Necessary. The dairy cow is more nearly an artificial being than any other ani mal to be found upon the farm for, as a matter of fact, there was a time when her whole and sole duty was to beget a likeness of herself and pro duce milk in quantities only sufficient ly large for the sustenance of her off spring and often for a period of only five or six months, when the youngster was weaned and compelled to work out his own salvation on the...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 July 1910

Don't Believe Every thing You Hear The chap up in the picture there believed when he heard the "honk," "honk" of an old gander behind him that he was about to be swashed in the back by an automobile. The result spelled disaster to his pail of milk. And so if anybody happens to tell you that they can give you as good bargains in Lumber or Build ing Material of any kind, Farm Implements, Hardware, Barb Wire and Posts, Wagons and Buggies and Groceries as we can, you just look around before believing it. Get our prices and see our stock and be convinced that there is only one place to buy economically and that place is the MALTA MERCANTILE COMPANY North Side Malta, Montana North Side Nt i --r-.- _ Market Quotations Malta Market Report, subject to change, April 27th 1910: Butter, per lb. - 30 to 40c Eggs, per doz. - - 25c Potatoes, per cwt. - - $1.25 Seed Oats, per cwt. . 1.75 Seed Wheat, per cwt. - 2.50 Hay, per ton, - $12.00 to $15.00 M. E. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. Sunday School, 10:00 a. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1910

THE ENTERPRISE. .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern Montama and Especially of the ,Milk River Valley VOL. 18 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1910. * No. 1g, MILK RIVER IRRIGATION MEETING THURSDAY MEETING OF UNITED MILK RIVER IRRIGA TION ASSOCIATION HELD IN MALTA The irrigation meeting held in Malta last Thursday afternoon and evening was largely attended by delegates from Havre, Chinook, Har lem, Dodson, Saco, Hinsdale, Van dalia, Tampico and Glasgow. At the opening of the meeting the atmosphere was dark and threaten ing but when L. W. Newman of Havre, president of the association had made an opening speech, urging harmony between the upper and low er valley factions which have been at variance for the past five years, the clouds were dissipated, the oppo sing factions came togethel and the meeting resulted in a harmonious course of action. There are a large number of pri vate irrigation concerns, covering thouaands of acres in...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1910

ROFITABLE DAIRYING By- HUGH G. VAN PELT Dairy Expert Iowa State Dairy Association What the Dairy Cow Has Been Doing Perhaps there is no better explana tion of why one breed of cows is better for milk production than the other, than to look into the history of them as breeds. In doing this we find how they were produced and why. We find, for instance, that the beef animal has been bred in her native country by breeders who were past masters in the art of breeding. For hundreds of years they have devoted their efforts along the line of producing an animal which would convert the very greatest possible amount of food consumed, into reef and fat to deposit over the back and loin and rump, over the ribs and c:ovn deep in the twist. They have ! iven to breed such an animal be cat:e there has been a demand for it, t such an animal, and this demand is 3prung from the consumer of beef ii through the retail clerk in the meat xinrl:et, through the jobber and on to i1i packer, and from him thro...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1910

WHEN 1MG b'r J OHlNT JR.ANDN , O FAR as things political go, Pat O'Brien owns the town. So far as the railroad goes, and that is to the jumping-off place in the Pacific ocean, Joe Dale owns the railroad. Dale's railroad moves and has a large part of its being in O'Brien's town. Soon or late these two men were sure to war for supremacy in the town, and this is the story of how it hap pened. The people of the town and the stockholders of the rail road don't come into the story at all. They only furnished the sinews of war, which fact is abun dant proof that the story is true. Pat O'Brien's town calls him the cardinal. In a moment of angry defeat, a silk-stockinged ene my, too polite to liken Pat to the devil, sourly dubbed him a second Cardinal Richelieu. The name tickled the town's fancy, and it stuck. The cardinal didn't mind. He was too busy to cavil at mere names. His business as a stock broker grew with the town, he had for customers men like John, the son and henchman of Joe Dal...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1910

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO., PuoPS. Entered in the lipnt o:tica at Ma:lta, Montana as S.eBond Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRLIPTION 82.00 PER YEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. Additional Local 1'. 1. Lovejoy i, on the sick li et. MLiss Nf10hel MI. Peck sp1tnt Sn114 11 ithi f iri ln l Ii it i lasgmI. iltltff !r h(w s ol i. ne st i tla in Tlheisinde Chairso Hosi lid, l w i Mattr.; T'he att i id t i rridit ill iiiie t i t tui par. naiae rith Mrs. iliner thio tw tcrnoton. yu, L. Aiirews, representing the Pioneer Company, i t. lI ash, Minw., was rustlinit for usit ess in A. lla M~onday. Editor Farris of the Montana (Heinsdale) woniestead, was in Malta to attend the irrigation meeting last Thursday. Mrs. Charles Southrick and two Youngest children i lft Monday liorl in;; for .,pokcane F'alls, Wa'sh., where they will visit relatives. Cashier II. It. 1ill of the Secarit state Bank went down toivll lta nat urday to spend the Fourth with his brother.-Ilavre Promoter. New ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1910

No Matter What Your Occupation-- This Bank Can Serve You It may be that some time you will need ' ha issistance this bank can render. If you are depositing your money here and transacting your business with us, you may be assured of our friendly consideration at all times. Every man, today, has a good chance to lay up a compe tance in twenty-five years or less if he saves. An account with this bank will provide an excellent plan of laying aside that portion of yourearnings not needed for immediate use. The First State Bank MIalta, ontana EL G. HobIason, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. iIALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashler DIRECTORS: S McLCennan Geo. W. Clsy H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LNo ir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Alexander Elliot Ole Veseth Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land cOffce at Glasgow. Montana, June 2ad, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that Charles H. Barton. of Harlem. Montana,...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1910

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Iac. M, T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor. 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 L. A. Coromilas, the minister from Greece, and Miss Anna E. Cockrell, daughter dY former Senator Cockrell of Missouri, were married in Washing ton. Professor Schiaparelli, former chief astronomer and director of the Milan observatory, who discovered the canal-like markings on the planet Mars in 1877, is dead' at Milan, Italy. President Taft designated George Otis Smith, director of the geological survey, as acting chief of the new bu reau of mines recently authorized by conaress.en W. J. Brytn returned to Lincoln, Neb., from his six weeks' trip to Eu rope. He will remain ten days in Ne braska, devoting his time to state poli tics. Just what...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1910

Her Supreme Moment By ANEs HNRICsIN Copyright, sgro, by Assolated Literary Press The manager, who was also the leading man, faced the newest mem ber of his company with a flinty coun tenance. "I can't do it," the newest member wailed. "I can't-I can't. Play that part here, of all places-a part I don't know and haven't time to learn. Is it necessary? Won't you reconsider ?" The manager sighed inwardly. But before him were two ills-the anger of his star, the grief of his newest member; and the grief of the newest member was a tiny evil compared with the anger of his star. "I'm sorry, Miss Eortesque-awfully sorry. But I can't help it." "Aren't you the manager? Don't you control this company?" He was silent. He was the man ager, but the star was the star, and to her he was in absolute subjection. "This is my home town, Mr. White, and tonight will be my first appear ance here in a professional company. Every man, woman and child who will come here tonight knows me. I was born and raised ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 July 1910

Don' t Believe Everything ou Hear ~1, The chap up in the picture there believed when he heard the "honk," "honk" of an old gander behind him that he was about to be swashed in the back by an automobile. The result spelled disaster to his pail of milk. And so if anybody happens to tell you that they can give you as good bargains in Lumber or Build ing Material of any kind, Farm Implements, Hardware, Barb Wire and Posts, Wagons and Buggies and s Groceries as we can, you just look around before believing it. Get our prices and see our stock and be convinced that there is only one place to buy economically and that place is the MALTA ECANTILE COM PANY v t T deA . Malta, Montana North Side Ma k?:t euot'tions itto chlai ''t, April 2-4th 1010: Butter, pLr Ill. - :;n to .lift Eggs, per doz. - - 2:c Potatoes, per cwI. - - 81..25 Seed ():Its, per cwt. 1.75 Seed Wheat, per (,wt. - 2.51 Hay, per ton, - $12.00 to $15.00 M. E. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. Sunday School, 10:00 a. nt. Morning Service, 11:0...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1910

.,1 M'ee/'kly .X,, 'm j)(n7)p I'(, ejier ( V"1ne t,fr ~ f e [u '/vu,fi Jr l riI ! r , ,, , ý! ' *1 U ii nrl A>:iv irlt ýý/ flit ..-.lý -.rr - - ----.- 'OL., 13 MALTA, VALLEYX COL N1IY, MOUNTA rN.\. '1'Hf " o~Y, JUILY 1 91.No., SENATOR CARTER IN HELENA HE TALKS OF RECLAMATION PROJECTS. MONTANA TO RECEIVE GOOD SHARE-OF THE $20,000,000 IRRIGATION FUND Senator Thomas IH. Carter arrived this (Saturday) morning from Wash ington, where, since the adjourn mentof congress, he has been busy with Montana affairs before the var ious departments. Not until one ex periences the heat of the east and sees the withered crops in states that are ordinatily great producers, does one realize what an excellent state Montana is, declared the Senator. Speaking of western affairs, Senator Carter said: "I have been absent about nine months. During the last days of September of last year I was called away by the investigation of the rec lamation projects. The work was resumed at Denver, October, 31, and wa...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1910

* ALDLý¶ OTAIlUl1 MI~lilWiglEOODS WO of the greatest industries in the world are railway building and the preparation of hides and skins into leather. For the former the sleep ers on which the rails are laid are essential and costly factors; for the latter nothing can take the place of some vegetable extract which is the tanning substance of the trade. Sleepers can be made of glass and metal, but these do not give the satisfaction of those made of wood. The oak and the hemlock have for ages supplied tannin by which leather is cured; in fact, the very word tann implies by its derivation its relation to the oak, by which name the tree was called in old Breton language. Railway sleepers have been made from the oak, but the expense grows higher year by year. No wonder, therefore, that the earth is scoured for trees to fur nish either the one or the other or both of the sub stances, and no wonder also that manufacturers and builders hailed with delight the announcement a few ears ago of ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1910

OFITABLE DAIRYING B HUGH G. VAN PELT I Expert Iowa State Dairy Association Pure Bred or Grade Cows? Many who start in the dairy busl ness with dairy eattle begin at once with pure bred cows of one or the other dairy breeds. There are dis tinct advantages in using pure bred dairy animals in that there is always a ready market for the offspring. Again, in starting the herd with pure breds the farmer or dairyman can better acquaint himself with the indi vidual merits of the cows by giving due study to the pedigrees which 11 lustrate their breeding. The only ob jection to starting with pure breds is the matter of first cost, and as a rule there is not a great difference in the cost of cows that are pure bred and those of nearly the same individual character that are only grades. From the standpoint of milk and butter-fat production there is no doubt but that there are grades that produce equally well, but from the standpoint of build ing up the herd in such a way that a demand is create...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1910

TH-I }E NTE-RPR.I SE 1'TII MA\I.'1. "\ EN i1 :1 1 l ~i ; I'I'II. Co ), lt.(sons E: º r Iiit º i i . . 11 i`iiii '. .ail Mlattetr. P ublished 1;, T n the Y~ar. Additional Local John ! Iiuk .haw lift tir G(eat halls tbh " irst of the week. (hi ni i rs ti lvertise theamsev yes Try one at 'flite Hlon Tou. For Sale:-Spring chickens. In quire at the Enterprise office. <' Edward Suter left for Omemee, N. D., Monday evening. A,, . J. D. Wilkes was in from his Milk river ranch after supplies Monday. The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. It. W. Garland Thursday afternoon, July 28th. : O .w John Deere plows, Walter A. Wood mowers and rakes shown exclusively by Kilduff. 4. Si J. R. Etmerick returned home Sat sirday greatly i nproved in health after having received treatment from ])r. Clay. While in Malta and taking in the sights do not overlook the new dis play of fountain pens at Crofut's Jewelry Store. The plate glass windows have been plai."d in the Fdwards-McLel 'an two-story brick block an...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1910

No Matter What Your Occupation- This Bank Can Serve You It may be that sometime you will need te siaaince this bank can render. If you are d your m .ey here and transacting your business with us, you may oe assured of our friendly consideration at all times. Every man, today, has a good chance to lay up a comle tance in twvbnty-fl1ve years or less if he saves. An account with this bank will provide an excellent plan of laying aside that portion of yourearnings not needed for immediate Kuse. The First State Bank M alta, ontana HI. G. Robinson, President C. F. Morris, Vice-President. F. W. aALL, Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: S MclCennan Geo. W. Clay H. G. Robinson Jas. L. LsNo ir W. A. Clark, of Va. City. C. F. Morris F. W. Hall Alexander Elliot Ole Veseth Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Glasgow. Montana. June 28d, 1910. Notice is hereby given that ChJrles H. Barton. of Harlem. Montana, who on Jun...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1910

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor, MALTA, - - MONT. 1SUMMARY1 IWEEKS EVENTSI 3 Boiled Down for the : Busy Man. * . **********""***.****".**"* PERSONAL Mrs. Florence Mastick, a New York flat dweller, by mistake sent $000 worth of jewelry to her iceman and later had him arrested because he neg lected to notify her. Joseph Sheffield Van Buren, former ly of New York, died aboard the steam er Prinz Eitel Friedrich, bound for Na ples from Egypt. Mr. Van Buren had lived in Hongkong for the last thirty years. August ("Garry") Hermann of Cincinnati was elected grand exalted ruler of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks by acclamation at the first session of the grand lodge held at Detroit. Philander C. Knox, Jr., and his eighteen-year-old bride, a former de partment store saleswoman, have gone to live at his father's country home near Philadelphia. Parental forgive ness has been obtained. Mrs. Helen Kelly Gould and Ralph Thomas, neph...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1910

In the Toils of the Law By DONALD ALLEN (Copyright, 1910, by Associated Literary Pres..) It was late winter when Miss Bea* tie Hyde arrived at her aunt's country house for a two weeks' stay, but there was still plenty of snow on the ground. Even before unpacking her trunk and hanging up her dresses the girl was out romping around. Not that snow was a novelty to a girl from town. Even at that moment there were piles of it in front of her father's house, waiting to be removed, and growing blacker every moment. But this snow was different. It was white snow. It wasn't mixed with soot, cinders, old shoes, tomato cans and beef bones. It was as clean as the spread on a spare bed. It was good enough to eat. She threw snow balls at the dignified old family dog and gave him a bad opinion of her city manners, also of her skill as a thrower. On the second day of her stay Miss Bessie observed something. It was something that the man of all-work around the house had never observed yet, although ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 21 July 1910

CIR CUS, MA L TA, THURSDAY JUL Y 28 ."CIRCUS ý, I1aý .!',S+/ n , (ý k yj . ~lý.- p1 ý s M USEUM 11 4,,I rJ \ý/ At\ý i Spar0 MENAGERIE Worid T , AND Famous HORSE hows F AIR The Largest and I A Special train Three Distinctly Diversified 10 Flying Vallentinos 20 CLOWNS 20 of 60 foot cars Shows in One Mizuno Troupe of Japs Gold, Glittering Grand Free Street Unequalled in Size, Quality The Amazing Cromwells PARADE AT NOON in thliSnSeCtiOn and 500 People, 200 Horses and Honest Character A Solid Mile of Enchanting and Processional The Riding Mayos Amazement. A Revelation of Wealth and Spl the Only Big Cir- 40 Cage Zoo---3 Bands All the world contributes to Aera Costy p Tablea s O the__O__yB__igC____ this traveling city of splendor Aerial Cahills--Mlle. Vivian Ponderous Elephants, Stately Camels, OpenDen u Mighty, Modern, Monarch of the Amazing Assembly of all that Up-Side-Down Hines of Wild Beasts. Pretty Prancing Ponies, Bea. CIS coming to Arenic World, Embracing every- is best in the exh...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 July 1910

St t l istorteal S)olety TUE ENTERPRISE. -4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Ident5ified with those of Northern dtotana and Especially of the .Aiilk River Valley VOL. 18 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 28. 1910. No. 15. PEN PUSHERS AT BOZEMAN STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION MEETING LARGELY ATTENDED. DELEGATES ENJOY BOZEMAN'S HOSPITALITY We had the pleasure of attending the annual meeting of the State Press association held this year at Boze man Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last week. The meeting was not only one of the most interesting but one of the most enjoyable meets we have ever attended. "Bozeman, the beautiful," was in gala dress and mood and entertained the one hundred and twenty-five del egates right royolly-the men of Bozeman are generous and chival rous, while the ladies are noted for tleir lavish hospitality and their sweet and gracious personality. Sit uated as the city is, iu the wonder fully productive Gallatin valley, with j the adjacent land yielding a...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 28 July 1910

Malta Enterprise. The Malta Enterprise Pub. Co., Inc. M. T. OSGOOD, Manager and Editor. MALTA, - MONT. r * r BoileDow ote : BoldDw"o h Busy Man. PERSONAL..j Paul Sorrente, a foundry employe at Florence, N. J., collapsed from heat, was packed in Ice by friends and in a short time froze to death. Mrs. Fannie Blumstein of New York and her five children slept under a board walk at Coney Island for five days because her baby needed outdoor air and she was too poor to take her any other place. Oscar T. Tamm, a wealthy native son of St. Louis, but more recently es tablished at Tamms, Ill., crossed the Arctic circle, 250 miles north of Patea, Sweden, on July 2 with the American flag flying from his steering gear. He has written to St. Louis friends of the achievement, of which he is proud. Mrs. Evelyn Romadka, divorced wife of Charles P. Romadka, a wealthy Milwaukee trunk manufac turer, has been pardoned by the Illi nois authorities. Four years ago Mrs. I Romadka was given an indeterminate ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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