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The Palace Buffet
Walter Hard, Proprietor Plenty of room for everybody in the County when they visit Judith Qap. Don't forget to see the old ringe rider when in town. Main Street Judith Gap, Mont. THE SUCCESSFUL MAN gained his success by grasping every opportunity that promised a saving of capital or an in* creaseof credit. He carried an account with a HONE BANK be* cause no other plan of conserv* ing his income was so GOOD, so SURE, so SAFE. Try his plan. FARM LOANS AT THE LOWEST RATE AND WITHOUT DELAY ON FINAL RECEIPTS OR PATENTS Security State Bank Of Judith Gap S. J. SMALL U. S. COMMISSIONER TAKES FILINGS AM) HEARS FINAL PROOFS NOTARY PUBLIC jUDITH GAP • MONTANA FORMALDEHYDE AND Gopher Poison AT PIEPHO'S Small ousan omaj IVai'lter of PIANAFORTE AND HARMONY Mokes a specialty of the Hîjîhlv Suecess ful M uson MetlioJ of TOUCH AND TECHNIC AT BAIN'S HALL ON SATURDYAS G. S. BILLS Attorney at Law PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS AND BEFORE U. S. LAND OFFICES JUDITH GAP • MONTANA « 2 7 5 GAPLETS Big Ben the clock you've read so much about in the magazines, arrived in our store yesterday with 23 brothers. They're the finest alarm clocks we've ever laid eyes on. They're built right and right from the ground up. We're practical clock men and we know. They'll be in our window for the rest of the w eek and we wish you'd come in and look them over. Oliver Readel JEWELER Judith Gap, Mont, ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* It is ii good and sale rule to sojourn in every place us if you mean 1o spend your life there, never omitting tin opportunity of doing a kind ness, or speaking a true word, or making a friend. —Ruskin. I_________________________________ II. 1). Jones returned Wednesday \ from his trip to Topeka, Kansas. The "New Harber Shop," next to j the post-ollice. flood Work. ITtf ' A daughtor was born to Mr. and , Mrs. John it. Jiurgess, Wednesday, j April 101 h. ; i»'\ Cabbage, dentist, will lie in | Judith Gap from the 20th to 2,ïth of 1 each month. Ollice in tlie Gap hotel Glen S. Hills and J. W. Sturgeon i went to Lewistown Wednesday on , land ollice business. See Frank Carrier for Plowing. Some of the Judith Gap members : attended the meeting of the Elks : lodge in Lewistown Wednesday j night. i Ingolf Birkeland, Plowing contract* ' or, work guaranteed. tf Mrs. Charles F. Sullivan returned Wednesday from a visit with lier sisters at Forsyth and Hillings. 1 am prepared to do all kinds of plowing with teams. Am able to plow between 8 and 10 acres a day. Mold hoard or disk plows. All work guaranteed.— H. T. Widdilield. 15tf A husband on being told that his wife had lost lier temper, replied that he was glad of it, for it was a very had one Hlaeksmithing, engine and boiler work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Downey Bros. & Sclmlte, Nihiil, Montana. 22-23* Mr. Edwin Alhquist who has been spending the winter in Kansas, re turned yesterday and left immediately for his homestead near Twodot. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sturgeon arriv ed in the city Tuesday and will spend sometime in this section. It is re ported that Mr. Sturgeon will have charge of Judith Gap's baseball team this summer, and that he has all the players selected which lie believes will comprise a nine that cannot he beaten in the Judith Basin league. Mr. and Mrs. Sturgeon will spend some time on their old homestead south of town. For Sale.—A few hundred pounds of pure seed Early Ohio potatoes. J. 11. Lackey. It* John Hale made commutation proof on his valuable homestead near the Snowy mountains bofore Commis sioner Small Saturday Wanted.—Contract Plowing or breaking. Write or see !.. O. Oliver at Straw, Montana. 22tf Miss Artie Glynn, daughther of Mrs. Glynn of the Gap Grill, arrived from Baker City yesterday and will visit in Judith Gap for some time. E. G. Worden, lawyer, First a lonal block, 'phone 127. Lewistown. C. B. Hiedeman made commutation proof on his homestead in section 10 10-15, Wednesday. He intends to have nearly all the claim broken up this summer. Breaking.—For first class mold hoard team breaking, see C. A. Mc Allister Judith Gap. 15tf The ladies of the Congregational church will serve dinner in Hays' restaurant building on Saturday of this week. The meal will probably nm all afternoon. J. I. Liberty was in the city Wed- i uesday on his way from Geyser to ] Lewistown. lie reports making a >ale of «-to acres near Geyser this week to Minneapolis parties at 840 an r.ere. Ole Olson, who lias been foreman "fthe local round house for the past ix months, left Wednesday for Great Falls. He was relieved by Mike Phalen who was transferred from the Everett. Wash., shops. The engine and one car left the t ract near Glengary Wednesday morn ing while the train was coining front Lewistown. Consequently there were no passenger trains from Lew istown at all Wednesday. It started to rain Tuesday after noon, but the drops soon turned into snow flakes, and the abundance of moisture already here was largely added to. This is certainly going to he a great winter wheat year. While up stairs shaving Tuesday some one entered the drug store and carried off a live-pound box of choco lates l'iepiio says lie thinks lie can put his hand on the guilty party whenever he gets ready to start some thing. Lon Coughlin, the manager of the Purdy Mercantile company at Geyser, was a city visitor Sunday. Lou lias a valuable homestead east of Judith Gap which he will have entirely into w inter wheat this fall. Mrs. Eldon Chance, son and sister, Mrs. Mert Calvert, of Stockett, ar rived in the city Monday. Another sister, Mrs. George Cooley of Sand t'nolle arrived Wednesday, and all will spend two weeks visiting their mother. Mrs. A. W. Sarver. The regular meeting of the Judith Gup commercial dub will he held in the club rooms in the new school house on Saturday evening of this week. There is some very impor tant business to be transacted, and a attaudauce of the full member ship is desired. A well graded yard or lawn planted with ornamental trees, vines or blight flowers, is one of the most at tractive features that can lie mtro (Uiced on a farm, and shows that the • wner has some taste and pride and thinks life worth living. At any rate lie is enjoying life and every one else thinks the same. Here is the wav an exchange duns its subscribers: "If you have frequent fainting spells, accompanied by chills, cramps, corns, bunions, chil blains, epilepsy and jaundice, it is a sign you are not well, hut liable to die any minute. Pay your subscrip ts tn in advance and thus make your eif solid for a good obituary notice. E. I). McElvain, one of the sub stantial farmers of the Nihiil district, was in town the first ol' the week on his wav to Ilarlowton. He says the lime is not ripe 1'or county division, is the farmers are too hard up to t ike a chance on increased taxation it present, and that nearly all his neighbors are of the same opinion, le believes if the matter was brought to a vote that not over three people in the Nihiil precinct would favor county division, and Nihiil will have a bout CO votes. Thomas Lytle is hack on his liome Mead south of town after spending a few months on a honeymoon trip in the southern part of the state. He as married on the 12th of last De cember to Miss I)e8sie Heigh, the ceremony being performed at the home of the bride's brother in Liv ingston. Tom arrived here alone to 4 et the home ready for the reception • f his bride, whom lie expects in a few days, and they will take up their residence on Hie homestead, where Tom has another year to live before lie can make final live year proof. The advertisments in a newspaper, if the merchant means what he says are a very valuable part of the paper t" its readers. Through them the people learn where they can secure bargains and thus save themselves money. For this reason the merchant "ho has bargains to offer and who always does by his customers iust as he advertises that he will do, is the 1,1:111 whose "ads" are read with in terest, and who is sought when the leaders wish to buy. The prosperous Merchant, when he has bargains to "her, advertises the fact to the peo ple because he wishes them to come ami set* him; and then he does just as he advertised to do. People are al "nvs looking for bargains. Lr. Alberta F. Moffet left Sunday !<>i Spokane, Wash., where, at 8 o'clock Monday evening, at the Hotel Halliday, she was united in marriage t" Mr. James A. Green. The couple "ill make their home at Granger, "ash., where Mr. Green lias a fruit 'arm. The bride has been a resident "1 Judith Gap for about three years, coining from Kansas City, and open ad up an ollice for the practice of medicine while proving up on a home stead not far from town. She is a splendid physician and surgeon, and took care of all the practice in this vicinity during lier residence here. The groom has been traveling for a number of years for Lee-Fierbierger, the largest publishers of medical books in America. During his visits to Judith Gap lie made many friends. The best wishes of everybody here is extended to the newlyweds for a long and happy married life. FLOOD OF COLONISTS. Two thousand three hundred and forty cars of immigrant goods, repre senting the personal effects of 11,72« colonists, were handled through the Twin City transfer during March by the Great Northern, Northern Paci fic, Milwaukee and St. Paul and the Soo Line. These people were ticketed for western Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and western Canada. The first four days of April showed a greater average per day in the people still moving than any day during March. The reduced passenger and freight rates under which the colon ists are moving continue until April lö and officials of the railroads expect almost as many people to pass through St. Paul and Minneapolis up to that time a s during the month of March. The moveables are coming from all sections of the United States. It is a significant thing that the trains of the Great Northern and the Northern Pacific Railroads which start from St. Paul show the greatest increase in the number of colonists carried. The trains from Chicago do not show such an increase. This indicates that peo ple from the middle west are the ones who are moving and not the "down casters." The movement of colonists is said by railroad officials to be greater than ever this year due to the north western states obtaining publicity throughout the country and particu larly to the efforts being made by these states to show the farmers of the middle west just exactly what the American Northwest can produce. At the offices of the Northwest De velopment League it is said that there are more commercial dubs and busi ness organizations doing active and intelligent work to secure settlers than ever before. It is said that more than «,««« ears of immigrant goods will go into the American Northwest during 1012. "If any state is not securing ils share it is the fault of the commercial organiza tions of that state. We can increase the aggregate mini her of people go ing into the Northwest and the states must work to increase the per rent age of the immigrants which they are receiving," was the comment of an officer of the Development League. BOOST FOR MONTANA The following letter was received by the distributing department of the Royal Milling company at Great Falls. Fosston, Minn., Apr. 2, Gentlemen. It is a pleasure to get Montana Hour. 1 grabbed a sack as soon as 1 found it was here. You can sell all your high s rade Hour here, as the other flours of the Dakotas don't get the light bread. The Rex flour fixes that all right. — W. M. Nevitt. The people of Montana already realize that Montana wheat and flour cannot he excelled, and now the peo ple of neighboring states are begin ning to see Hie good qualities ol' the Treasure State's winter wheat. Congregational Church Announcement. Morning worship at 10 o'clock as usual. Sunday School at ll a. m. Every one is most cordially invited to at tend. —F. Vasku. pastor. $15 Reward. Lost, strayed or stolen from my pasture, 10 miles west of Judith Gap, one black mare bnindedMVHon right hip; four years old; white nose; weight WMi. Anylaai n f o r illation leading to the recovery of the mare will he rewarded. D. 0. Hays. Judith Gap Meat Market* FRESH VEGETABLES Wholesale and Retail MEATS Judith Gap. Montana. SODEN & WEYOANT, Props. 'MURPHY brothers' Horses LIVERY Autos Bus, Freight and Baggage Transfer, Heed Barn, Hay, Oats, lee and Beer .JUDITH QAP JVIOINT AINA. MEET ME AT Commercial Buffet Ora Wilson, Prop. You are always assured of an enjoyable hour at the Judith Gap Buffet CHARLES H. SULLIVAN Oh! You nice cool Refreshments and good Treatment at Cottage Bar and Cafe O. F. DEYARMON, Proprietor George Chaussee DRAY UNO AIND TRANSFER Coal delivered to any part of the city from either Montana Lumber Co., or from McCaull*Webster Elv. Co. RATES 1.000 Pounds or less,.....................50 3.000 Pounds or less.....................$1.00 LET ME DO YOUR DRAYINO. FARM LOANS C. E. Shoemaker and Company S04 Mala Street ..... . LEWISTOWK. MOSTANA Judith Basin Stock I 1-4 miles sw of Benchland Farm a hi hi Owner Congregational Church Calendar. Sunday, preaching, 10 a. in. Sunday school, it a. in. Ladies' union, Saturday, *2:30 p. i at the church. Nursery Stock Largest and best line ever giotvii in Montana. Send for Price List - Montana Nursery Co.. Billings, Montana.