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Judith Gap journal. [volume] (Judith Gap, Mont.) 1908-19??, August 09, 1912, Image 3

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35c per pound PARIS GREEN 3 pounds - $1
PIEPHO DRUG COMPANY, Judith Gap, Montana
The Palace Buffet
Walter Hard . Proprietor
Plenty of room for everybody In the County
when they vielt Judith Qop. Don't forget to
see the old range rider when In town.
Main Street
Judith Gap, Mont.
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Loans
We have an unlimited
amount of money for Farm
Loans. • ■ •
i Do not make a loan un
til you figure with us. •
We loan on final receipts
and there is absolutely no
delay in procuring your
money after the papers are
signed.
Security
State Bank
Of Judith Gap
S. J. SMALL
U. S. COMMISSIONER
TAKES FILINGS AND
HEARS FINAL PROOFS
NOTARY PUBLIC
JUDITH GAP
MONTANA
Small
ousan omaJ
Teacher of
PIANAFORTE
AND HARMONY
Makes a specialty of tile Highly Success
ful Mason Method of
TOUCH AND TECHNIC
AT BAIN'S HALL ON SATURDVAS
DR. E. M. DANS
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Hays' Building
JUDITH GAP. MONTANA
LONGSHORE & SCHOTT
Civil and Mining
ENGINEERS
SURVEYORS
220-221 Wise Buildng
Lewistown, ... Montana
w. L - McCle lland
Blacksmith
Auto Repairing
Guaranteed Absolutely SHUfactory
Judith Gap, Meataaa
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GAPLETS
Kind hearts are the
gar
dens;
Kind thoughts are
the
roots;
Kind words are
the
blossoms;
Kind deeds are
the
fruits.
The "New Barber Shop," next to
the post-office. Good Work. I7tf
John E. Schauers made commuta
tion proof on his claim in section li>
10-20 before Commissioner Small last
Friday. His improvements amount
to nearly $l,ooo, and he lias a line
piece of land.
Dr. Cabbage, dentist, will be in
Judith Gap from the 20th to 25tli of
each month. Ollice in the Gap hotel.
John A. Kierstead of White Sul
phur Springs has taken up his duties
as forester in the Snowies, the posi
tion lately held by A. J.. Hossman.
Mr. Kierstead starts olf right by sub
scribing for the Journal.
Wanted.—Contract Flowing or
breaking. Write or see L. O. Oliver
at Straw, Montana. 22tf
Gerrit Bleeker, Jr., was in Judith
Gap last Friday to commute on his
homestead in section 24-10-iii. His
improvements are over $ 1 , 000 , and
his claim is among the top uotchers
in the famous Swimming Woman
district.
See Frank Carrier for Plowing.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hill entertain
ed at the ranch Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. White ami daughter Klenor,
and son Harold, of Buffalo, and Mrs.
Green, mother of Mrs. <'. R. McClave
of HaiJowton. Mr. White and party
autoed from Buffalo.
K. G. Worden, lawyer, First . u
lonal block, 'phone 127. Lewistown.
J. II. Lackey is completing a line
residence on his homestead southeast
ot town and will have the same ready
soon to occupy. He found the old
homestead shack too small to hold his
family since getting married and hav
ing his children join him from Min
nesota.
Ingolf Birkeland, Plowing contract
or, work guaranteed. tf
Mrs. Monica Hays came in from
Oklahoma last week to look after her
farming interests in the Oka district.
Mrs. Hays is also interested in a
business building on Mam street,
winch she will try to dispose of be
fore returning to her home in Okla
homa.
Dr. Frank Reed, an experienced
dentist, has located in Judith Gap.
Those in need of dental work will
lind it to their interest to consult
him. Ollice at the Gap hotel.
Wm. A. Edwards was over from
Garueill Saturday to pay up his sub
scription to the Journal, which he
says lie cannot get along without, and
also to subscribe for a share of stock
in the farmers' elevator at this place.
Mr. Edwards is one of the substan
tial farmers in the Garueill country,
and has a good crop this year.
George P. Finch, one of the pros
perous farmers north of Judith Gap,
in the Garneill country, is building a
$5,000 residence in Lewistown, where
the family will live hereafter and
where the children will enter the pub
lic schools. Mr. Finch will spend
his winters in Lewistown, and in the
summers will spend his time largely
on the farm.
For Sale.—Milk cows; also a u-foot
drill. Abraham Olson. 38tf
The rain of last Saturday was a
soaker. The downpour began about
0 o'clock p. m., and lasted about
three hours. Over an incli of water
fell. The late crops received untold
beneGt, and the crops of all kinds
will he assured of a better yield now.
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The rain was general south of the
mountains.
The harvesting of winter wheat be
gan in this section Monday,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Yaple,
on Wednesday, July Bist, a daughter.
Bollau Lawrence has just complet
ed a comfortable dwelliug on his
farm east of town.
A characteristic note from Glen
Bills from Salt Lake City, reads:
"This is a great place for Mormons."
G. S. Bills is eulararing his office
building to twice its present size, and
will rent half of it to Dr. Gaus for an
office.
Mr. and Mrs. Kollau Lawrence are
rejoicing in the arrival of a hoy at
their home on the ranch east of town,
The event took place last month,
Miss Vilo Eidam, teacher of the
Bercail school, was in the city Mon
day while on lier way home from a
trip to Lewistown, where she visited
relatives.
Peter (Juast was a city visitor the
later part of last week from Timber
creek. Pete has over 100 tons of hay
stacked, and says that lie will he will
ing to present the man with a ton or
two who appropriated two tons last
summer.
John Moore of Bozeman was a city
visitor last week and the guest at the
ranch home of John F. Murphy. Mr.
Moore was euroute to Moccasiu,
where he contemplates making proof
on a valuable quarter of laud tiled on
by a desceased son.
Omaha Jack says that Billy Fore
man's arm is much better now, and
that the services of a physician has
been dispensed with. The arm was
injured by holding an umbrella over
his friend several hours at the buck
ing brouclio contest Sunday after
noon.
Miss Ethel Brown of Hobson, who
was visiting with Mrs. Fringer last
week, returned to her home Saturday.
The contemplated buggy ride to Gar
neill, promised a society young man
of the Gap, did not materialize ow
ing to the sudden departure of the
young iady who was afraid of the
tlery steed.
W. II. Smith, lawyer, Lewistown.
Your business will he appreciated. 30
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gain left Tues
day for Missoula, where they will re
side until Mr. Gain secures another
station on the Milwaukee. Mr. Gain
has acted as agent for the Milwaukee
in Judith Gap for over a year, and
made many friends here who will he
sorry to lose this estimate couple.
The change was made necessary on
account of Mrs. Gain's health, the al
titude here being too high for her.
Contractor Yoenglove has placed
the building of the concrete founda
tion for the eievator in Judith Gap in
the hands of Contractor J. W. Snyder,
Mil old elevator builder, and his work
began the first of the week. There
has been some delay in securing a
lease for the site on the Great Nor
thern right of way, as the matter had
to he taken up with the head office in
St. Paul. But now that is settled,
the work of the elevator construction
will be pushed rapidly.
W. II. Smith, one of the prominent
attorneys of Lewistown, dropped off
in Judith Gap Monday while on his
wav from Great Falls to his home.
Mr. Smith is a pronounced progressive
in politics, and lias the eloquence and
Hbilitv to detine his reasons for being
one. He will probably make a few
•peeche8 in Meagher county during
the coming campaign, his talk being
largely along patriotic lines. As an
orator and creator of word pictures
he lias few equals.
The Journal is in receipt of an an
nouncement of the marriage of Miss
Eva Tuttle to Harvey Edmund Han
son at the home of the bride's par
ents at Oconomowoc, Wis., on July
31st. The newly weds will he at
home to their friends at Judith Gap
after Sepetmher 1st. Mr. Hanson is
well known here, being employed on
the Great Northern, and his many
friends will give him and his bride a
hearty welcome.
W. D. Stansberry, who owns a line
piece of laud in section 20-10-1«, is
here this week from Duvall, Wash.,
where he has been working since last
winter. Mr. Stansberry proved up on
1ns homestead a year ago last April.
He had 40 acres in crop last year, and
! finds ou his arrival here that sheep
! got into the field and completely de
: stroyed his crop. Somebody broke
1 into his shack and took about all the
I furniture uud other household effects,
i He expects to return to Washington
! soon and take up the work lie left off
j to come here.
j John Dolan says he has been idle
I long enough. Last week lie saw a
notice in the Daily News of Lewis
j town that the Diamond rooming house
j was for sale and the next day lie was
j there, audit did uot take long to close
the deal. He paid $2,300 for the
lease and furniture, and expects to
take charge at once. The rooming
house is over the Democrat office, j
and consists of 24 rooms, nicely fur- i
nislied. John expects to move his
family there soon, hut will he in Ju
dith Gap frequently until he gets the
crop off his farm.
Several good milk cows for sale.
J. T. Carlson. amt
I>r. A. E. Bein, the veterinary from j
Lewistown, was a professional visi
tor iu the city Wednesday.
I' J. Murphy began this week to
seed 4oo aeres to winter wheat on the
Murphy farms east of town.
Messrs. Vickory and Stemplili of
Buffalo were visitors in the city this
week marketing a large number of
hogs.
John Dolan returned Tuesday from
White Sulphur Springs, where lie had
been to secure some abstract work.
He reports the county scat town as
very dull.
Hr. (Sans has let the contract to
William Snyder for a $1.500 residence
on Meagher street, between Fifth
and Sixth avenues, just north of the
school house.
Mrs. A. W. Sarver has again taken
charge of the Frederick hotel and
rooming house, and is prepared to
serve of all the. regular hoarders
desiring old fashioned home cooking.
GarlJ. Linn, one of the old timers
in this section, made three-year proof
on Ins valuable homestead near Ju
dith Gap before Commissioner Small
Tuesday. The improvements are
worth over $2,000.
The Gap hotel under the manage
ment of II. M. Hanson is making a
liit with the traveling public. Mr.
Hanson is an experienced caterer,
and knows how to make his guests
feel perfectly at home.
Orville E. Lemmon made three
year proof on his homestead in sec
tion 30-11-17, in Judith Gap Tuesday.
Mr. Lemmon lias a line farm, has
nearly $2,500 worth ot improvements,
and lias not been absent from the
place since settling there in loot».
Mrs. O. E. Lemmon met with a had
accident last week while riding horse
back. The animal stumbled and fell,
tlirowing Mrs. Lemmon forceably to
the ground, badly injuring her left
arm. She came to town Friday and
had the injured member dressed by
Dr. Gans.
G. S. and H. L. Bills returned
Monday from their trip to Utah.
Both returned with a renewed faith
in the Judith Gapdistrict. They saw
nothing while away that would com
pare. in fertility of soil or opportuni
ties for the poor man as this section
of Montana.
A program will lie rendered at the
next regular meeting of tlicTabitha
club on Friday afternoon, August
Kith, at the Congregational church.
There will also he a session of special
business at 2 p. in. All members are
requested to^attend.
Judge Bain's tine bungalow dwell
ing is nearing completion. He expects
to put up two more buildincrs on his
other lots for rent. There will he a
big demand for dwellings this winter,
as several farmers are figuring on
moving into town this winter to send
their children to school.
Arthur G. Willard made commuta
tion proof on his homestead in sec
tion 12-10-14, before Commissioner
Small Monday. Mr. Willard lias 120
acres into winter wheat this fall and
expects a good yield next year as the
grain was put in early and in good
shape. The improvements show
nearly $1,500. It is a line claim.
Barnum & Bailey's big circus pas
sed through Judith Gap Tuesday
night in several sections on its way
from Billings to Great Falls. The
circus gave hut one performance iu
Billings Tuesday in order to reacli
Great Falls early Wednesday morn
ing tin jump being nearly 250 miles.
Superintendent Allen had his private
car attached to one of the trains, and
hud the moving of the huge caravan
under his personal supervision.
Miss Minnie Werness, the nurse
who lias had charge of the Walter
Hard case of typhoid fever, returned
to Billings Wednesday, her patient
recovering sufficiently to attend to
business again. Miss Werness is an
affable and charming young lady and
made many friends during lier short
stay here who hope she will return
ami reside here permanently.
John Skeen, who was so severely
burned by gasoline some time ngo,
went to a hospital in Great Falls
with Dr. Gans yesterday to receive
treatment. The skill ou several ling
ers of his right hand is completely
gone and it will he necessary to graft
new skiu on the lingers. It is not a
difficult operation, hut requires ex
perienced care in nursing, and it was
thought advisable to take the patient
to a hospital.
Judith Gap Meat Market
J. E. SODEN
PELTS and HIDES Bought for CASH
FRESH VEGETABLES
MURPHY BROTHERS'
Horses LIVERY Autos
Dus, Freight and Baggage
Transfer, Peed Barn, Hay,
Oats, Ice and Beer
.JUDITH GAP
MONTANA,
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Commercial Buffet
Ora Wilson, Prop.
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You are always assured of an
enjoyable hour at the .
Judith Oap
Buffet r:Svi s
George Chaussee
DRAYING 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 DRAYING.
Look! Look! Look!
Dry Land Farmers' Beer
At the
Eddie's
Place
ALWAYS AT HOME
SCHEDULE TIME Is the keynote
of American industry ■ 1
If your watch does not do justice to time have it repaired at a
small cost or get a new one at a reasonable price.
OLIVER READLE, Jeweler, Judith Gap, Montana.
THE
McCAULL-WEBSTER
_ Elevator Co. _
Wholesale Grain Merchants and Dealers in
Lumber, Coal, Feed, Barb Wire and Nails.
J. A. BRING, Local Manager
Judith Gap, Montana

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