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Everything in Men's Wear
And Everything the Best. EDWARDS & McLELLAN LOCAL NEWS See Princess ad.. page 4. All sizes of boys' caps at St. Hill's for 25 cents. J. L. Shawley of Sidney was a Malta visitor on Tuesday. If other means have failed to give relief try Chiropractic. Ex-Governor Hauser recently died in Helena, aged 82 years. A good hard coal burner for sale. Call at the Robetorye Hospital. Mr. Al LeVesconte was transacting business at the County seat on Mon. day. Mrs. .lay Brown returned from a short stay in Great Falls the first of the week. Go where you have over one hundred suits to select from at the Malta Cash Store. Ephraim Tuttle of h1alf-way Coulee was transacting business in Malta the first of the week. Boy's winter caps, all sizes on special sale, 75 cent values closing at 25c, at St. Hill's. Wash Lamkin of Dodson was transacting important business here last Thursday evening. Charlie Keppler returned to Malta last Saturday after a visit of a couple of weeks in Twin Cities. Frank Kiern, a rancher down on Alkali, was taken to Glasgow a few days ago suffering from appendicitis. Evan Humphreys, Richard 0. Moore and Carl Christiansen have made final proof before Commissioner Brockway. There will be a turkey shoot at the Imperial Lumber yard on Saturday, November 21. Everybody invited. Geo. Smith. We wish to call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Diset's Photo Studio, which appears in another column. The murder trial of Al Thinker, a Fort Belknap reservation Indian, was begun in the Federal court at Helena last Monday. BUY Men's Clothing at a men's store. EDWARDS & McLELLAN THE POLICY THAT WINS. . To treat every customer according to his par ticular requirements-to please him-to help in a choice that fits his purse as well as his size-- to make his purchase satisfactory in every way. This policy we are able to carry out because we have lines that enable us to do so; goods made by people who make them so good that they stand back of them with a real guaranty. If you desire to deal on this basis, you will be as well pleased to buy of us as we will be to count you as a customer. Can we interest you now? Here are a few suggestions for a starter: CLOTHING HARDWARE Sincerity Suits Keen Cutter Tools F~lorsheim Shoes Majestic Kitchen I SRanges Stetson Hats Heating Stoves- All Kinds Lion Shirts and Ranges $40 to $70 Collars Cheap Cook and Overcoats1$16 Camp Stoves to $45 Everything in Win Sheep Lined Coats dow Glass Big 3 Washing Ma Overshoes and chines Rubbers Minnesota Paints and Oils Woolen Underwear insmtin d Tinsmithing and. Caps, Gloves and Plumbing Mittens Everything in Everything for Men Hardware The "Peer of All" Clothing and Hard ware House, Edwards t. McClellan Essie Battfam is on the sick list. For low price on potatoes in large lots see J. F. Kilduff. Ladies' and children's coats at half-price at Trafton-Dorr Co. Miss Nellie Stubblefield has been very sick for the past few days. G. W. Tilton of North Dakota has purchased the Sheridan County News. Washing done in a first-class manner at Mrs. Bundy's opposite the Catholic church. tf31. Have your house wired for electric city in the course of construction. Moore will do it. Mondak is to have an electric lighting plant to be ready about the middle of December. Some high grade brown, gray, and blue men's suits just received for your inspection at the Malta Cash Store. Will Ilossiter, who is connected with a Spokane music house, was transacting business here on Tuesday evenipg. Call and see our 5, 10, 15, and 25c counter of tinware, granite ware and notions that you need every day at the Variety store.. The Little Woman's Club held a cake and confectionery sale at the Great Northern hotel Saturday after noon last. The proceeds netted them $7.70. Little Miss Blanche Johnson, of Malta, accompanied Miss Jessie Moutgomery to her home Saturday to visit little Annie Montgomery. Democrat. Miss Lillian 'Mayberry, who was operated on for appendicitis by Dr. Hoyt at Glasgow, is rapidly conval escing, which will be good news to her many friends. Mrs. C. R. G. Dopkins, who died at the Deaconess hospital in Glasgow on Saturday was a resident of Wag ner. The remains were shipped to Hiersey, Minn., for interment. Mr. Ott Cassady and family will soon remove from our town, Mr. Casady entering the employ of 13. 1). Phillips, and will have charge of the Black ranch out near Landusky. Mr. Sam Morrin, one of the old timers, and now of Glasgow, was down from the county seat on Tuesday renewing old acquaintances. Mr. Morrin is a wood-worker and a good one, and may locate inn Malta in the future. Aldrin & Gardner buy and sell horges. iw81 A 1,000-bushel grain bin for sale cheap. Chambers. Wm. Culberts will move into the Casady house next week. Lola Plott who has been sick for a few days past is much better. See the up-to-date overcoats just received at the Malta Cash Store. 20 head of good milch cows for sale, all young stock. Inquire at the Enterprise office. tf-31. The Bundle Laud and Abstract Co. have an advertisement in another column relative to the sale of lots on their townsite at Tampico. Ike Neibaur, sheriff of Blaine county, was busy shaking hands with his old-time friends ir Malta the latter part of the week. Harlem will hold a special election next month to see if the -town will grant a telephone franchise to the Moore Telephone Co. of Glasgow. We are mighty glad of the big vote polled by Puck, but very sorry to lose one of our best and most enter prising citizens. Glasgow will be the gainer. Police court was unusually quiet this week, as Malta was on her good behavior. Chriptmas is coming and they say all the boys grow wings along about that time. A subscription paper is now being circulated in the east end of the county for the purpose of securing funds for the Red Cross Society for aiding European sufferers. Dr. Johnson of Culbertson who has been sick with typhoid fever in the Hlavre hospital for some time past died last Sunday and the remains were shipped east for burial. All taxpayers who haven't "come across" with their poetion of taxes to the county exchequer, better get busy if they don't want to be delinquent. Only about ten days left. In the District Court at Chinook on Monday, November 9, a demurrer was over ruled in the case of Jas. L. Booth vs. Ruby Gulch Mining Co., and the defendant given 20 days to answer. eseeessee444044904 s 1 Don't miss seeing " The Million Dollar Mystery." every Thursday night at the O rpheu m. . C. W. Powell, sheriff-elect of Valley county was in the city Tues day on business. "Puck" has sold most of his business interests at Malta, and is arranging to move to Glasgow in the near future.-Glasgow Courier. H1. A. .Johuson who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Deaconess hospital at Glasgow on Friday is recovering as fast as can be expected. Mrs. Johnson returned to Malta on Tuesday and will go back to Glasgow Friday. The Interior Department has awarded to the Security Bridge Co. the contract for the construction of earthwork and structures at the Nelson reservoir on the Milk river irrigation project. The price of the contract is $28,451. The meeting of St. Mary's Guild scheduled for Wednesday, November 25, has been postponed because of its nearness to Thanksgiving. The next meeting will therefore be held on Wednesday, December 1), at tie home of Mrs. 11. A. Parker. Manager Wilmert of the Orpheum, with the comfort of his patrons at heart, has provided storm doors for the front of that popularshow-house, which will prevent all wintry breezes combating with the new heating system recently installed. Nothing is left undone for the com fort of play-goers at the Orphenm. The Eagles Lodge of Malta has just completed the purchase of a quarter block on Sixth Avenue just opposite the new telephone othice. The lots were purchased from It. M, Trafton and have a frontage of 140 feet. The Eagles expect to build a Icommodious new home for them selves during the coming year, which will be a line addition to architecture of Malta. A good crowd was in attendance at the boxing bout arranged by the Zortman Athletic club and held at the school house of that popula r mining camp. The preliminary was staged by Mullius and ITorrigan, an d was a three round go; it was an excellent exhibition of fistic art, and come iii for almost as much interest as the main match. Dozark and Dummy West crossed mitts in a twelve round battle for purses of $200 to the winner and $50 to the loser; and it was an interesting scrap all the way through. Although there was no knockout, the decision was givet to West in the twelfth ot points, as lie showed by far the most class . The contestants were not badly marked, bloody beaks being the only souvenirs of battle. Mr. Young (f the Beaver mines was the. referee, ant gave tue best of decisions. For Sale-T'wo base-burners. C J. Brandon. tf22. Bring in your easing and tubes to be repaired. J. L. Moore. Ladies' and children's coats at half-price at Trafton-Dorn Co. I make plans and furnish estimates for all kinds of buildings and struc tural work. A. S. HAMSCOM. Mrs. Henry Jappe of Big Sandy is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Battram. FOR SALE :-One round dining-room table, a two-burner oil stove and an oven, and a small refrigerator. In quire at this office. 1w E. O. Selway, State Senator from Dillon county and chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, was in the county during the past week yurchasing sheep, for his ranch in the southern part of the state. LOST:--Somewhere on the road leading from Malta to Hinsdale; Mont., the following: One brown leather hand bag with tag attached bearing the name of E. F. Strife. Finder kindly leave at the Enterprise office and receive reward of $10. tf Bring your sick shoes to our shoe hospital. We make "new" shoes out of old ones. Your feet will please you after you put them inside of your comfortable "new" ones. Our work is always "Special"-the quick est and best in town. If your shoes look sick, you look sick. We are experienced shoe doctors-no cure, no pay.-B. H. Koke. Mr. Chas. Christie returned Tues day morning from the Glacier Park country where he had been in search of big game. He was accompanied by a guide from Kalispell. They started out with a complete camp equipment, pack horses, saddle horses and tents. The snow became so deep that it became necessary to send the horses back, and they started in afoot. Game was plentiful, both deer and elk were jumped up, but as it was impossible to pack out any thing they were forced to give up and return empty handed. Mr. Christie says they were within two miles of the Contential Divide in the main range of the Rockies. They walked one day 26 miles to keep from sleeping out in the snow, and had to leave the camp outfit in the moun tains. Phil Weislman started out with the expedition but was taken sick and fofced to return. Warm Winter Clothing Buy _ ou Winter Clothing while our stock is complete. We carry a Full Line of Caps, Mittens, Mackinaws, Sheep-Lined Coats, etc. IN Fact WE SELL EVERYTHING in MERCHANDISE Men's Sheep-Lined Children's Fleece- Ladies' and Chil COATS--- -Union] Suits-------_ drens' Coats- $5.50 to $10.00 LPer suit 65c at half-price Men's and Boys' Ladies' extra heavy Heavy Outing Flan Mackinaws ---------Fleece-Lined I'hs4O nel in dark patterns $7.00 to $9.50 each"' Per Suit $1.50 per yard 10c Men's Klosed- Cotton Batts Children's Sleeping Krotch Union Suits Quilt size----------- Garments - $1.50 to $8.00 $1.00 each Per suit 65c Men's Extra Vests Lamb's Wool Quilts Children's Flannel. To clos ize 36 to 42 Silk-covered - ------ ette Gowns-- - $1.00 each $5.00 each 65c to $1.00 each Men's Cloth Over- Oregon City Wool- Ladies' an Chil coats, all sizes---- en blankets a1 T'gjfP dren's UNDIWIURTS At half-price at $6.50 each at 25 per cent off Boy's German "Angora" Wool Ladies' Silk and Socks --------------Batts SIZE 72x90 Wool Union Suits-. To close out at per pair 25c Each $1.75 Per Suit $3.50 Trafton-Dorr Co. "Leaders in Low Prices." Every thing iin Quaky E en iHardw are. Edwards t McLellan. Social Dance at Princess Theatre Saturday might. For a long or short time farm loan see Lyman Barnes 52tf LoT:-About October 0, a dark red muley cow, about 7 years old. $20 reward for finding and returning to my place 18 miles southeast of Malta. G. A. Gunhus. 8w81. Old 11&reas struck Novuieber~under the belt during the past week, when the mercury sneaked down to the nine below zero mark. Chilling breezes and sudden snow flurries were a decided change to the ex ceptionally flue Indian summer we have had this fall, and made it necessary to dig up those unmention able winter undergarments so need fu Ito comfort. Many a householder nearly froze his fingers putting on storm doors and windows. TOO BUSY TO WRITE ADDS. Wish to say that our large line of CHRISTMAS GOODS are now on display, and you are cordially invited to come in and see them. J. F. Murray - - - Rexall Store ..............Kumnuumauseso Hard coal burner for sale. Inquire at this office. 2w. Plenty of good corn and barley at the St. Anthony & Dakota elevator. Don't miss, "The ,Days of '64," a Civil War Drama at the Princess to-hight. Prices 10 and 20 cositb. Mr. J. i3. McArthur, with his wife and son, ltft here on `thesdky morn ing for largo, N. D., di: will make their hIqi there for the remaiader of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. M. 1. Levee who were recently married in Los Angeles arrived in Malta, Sattitday to be the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hirshkowltz for a short - time. Mr. and Mrs. Levee will leave soon for a trip through the eastern states, and on their return will be accorn panied by Mrs. Hirshkowitz to Los Angeles for the winter.