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JUDITH GAP IS LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF TH E LARGEST AN D MOST PROLIFIC W INTER WHEAT REGION IN THE WORLD
Judith Gap Journal VOL. 4. NO 44. JUDITH GAP. MONTANA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1912. PRICE, FIVE CENTS RULES OF PRACTICE BEFORE U. S. COURT In tlie district court of the United States for the district of Montana. In the matter of rules of court. And now, to-wit, on the fltli day of September, 1912, it is ordered that the following rules of court be and are hereby adopted and published as additional rules of this court, effec tive as follows: Rules 9-2, 9-0, 48-2, amendment to Rule 39; on and after December 26 - 1912; Rule 48-8, on and after July 1. 1918; Rule 9-4 from date. Any rules of this court to the extent inconsis tent herewith, are aunuled Rule 9-2. The ditrict of Montana is hereby divided into the Butte, Hel ena, Great Falls, Missoula and Bil lings divisions. The Butte division is composed of the territory in the counties of Silver Bow. Madison, Beaverhead and Deer Lodge. The Helena division is composed of the territory in the counties of Lewis and Clark, Broadwater, Meagher, Gallatin, Park, Jefferson and Powell. The Ureat Falls division is composed of the territory in the counties of Cascade, Fergus, Valley, Hill, Blaine, Choteau and Teton. The Missoula division is composed of the territory in the counties of Missoula, Ravalli, Sanders, Lincoln, Flathead and Granite. The Billtngs division is composed of the territory in the counties of Yellowstone, Custer, Dawson, Rosebud, Carbon aud Mus selshell. Terms of court shall be held as fol lows: At Butte the statutory term fixed on the first Tuesday in Febru ary, on the first day in May. aud the statutory term fixed on the first Tues day in September, on the first day in November. At Helena the statutory term fixed on the first Monday in April, on the fifteenth day in June, and the statutory term fixed on the first Monday in November, on the second day in January. At Great Falls the statutory term fixed on the first Monday in May, on the first day of August, and tlie statutory term fixed on the first Monday in October, on the fifteenth day in February. At Missoula the statutory term fixed on the liret Monday in January, on the PAY NEW HAT PEJOLVEDÜI DONT HAVE Too much on Your MIND ATONE TME-THE BEST THING \6UCAli HAVEON'lôuR mind is a NEW HAT. When Y ou MEET PEOPLE THE FIRST thing they see is You r HEAD. BusTÆfc&R owN '■«/! 1 « cy. n " QUALITY .STORE" LET U«S PUT THÏ-5 ON YOUR MIND. WE «SHINE IN THE HAT BUJINE33. THE MCKIBBoN HAT-5 WE CARRY MAKE U-S -SHINE IN THE HAT BU«S INE-S-5. e)U«ST A-5 -SOON A-S THE -STYLE-5 OR IGINATE ON BROADWAY WE HAVE THEM IN OUR «STORE. YOU WI-SH A NEW HAT, Do YOU NOT? YOU KNOW AN OLD HAT OR AN OUT-OF DATE HAT WILL KNOCK THE «SHINE OFF OF THE FINE JT .SUIT OF CLoTHE-S. COME IN AND LET U-S -SHOW YOU THAT HAT YOU NEED. YOU ARE WELCOME TO MAKE OUR -STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS DURING THE CELE BRATION. BEERS AND HAYNES "THE PIONEERS OF JUDITH GAP" first day of April, and the statutory term fixed on tlie first Monday in June, on the first day of October. At Billings the statutory terms fixed on the first day of June, and the stat utory term fixed on the first Monday in August, on the fifteenth day in December. All terms fixed by statute will be continued to the days aforesaid, and when any said days fall upon a na tional or state holiday tlie terms will be continued to the day following. On the first days of tlie terms hereby made, in effect, the February term at Great Falls, the June term at Helena, and tlie November term at Butte, grand juries will be drawn. On the first days of all such terms and thereafter as necessary, causes will be set for trial commencing one week thereafter—criminal causes and causes for trial by jury taking prece dence iu the order named, save that at terms whereat grand juries are drawn, the said order will be revers ed. Enquiry causes will be set, final hearings to be immediately after the conclusion of jury trials. Rule 9-3. All causes shall be as signed to that division of the District wherein they properly belong by con formity as near as may be to the laws of the State of Montana governing the place of trial in the courts there of, and the trial of all issues shall be at the place where court is held with in the division to which tlie cause is so assigned, unless by agreement of the parties with the consent of the court, or by order of the eourt in its discretion or for good cause shown, such trial is ordered elsewhere. The plaintiff shall eudorse on the com plaint or bill the division wherein the cause is assignable. Rule 9-4. A jury box containing the names of 2,000 persons qualified for jurors shall be prepared annually prior to openiug of the term in No vember in Butte; 400 names shall be drawn from each division, 200 from the county wherein court is held and 200 divided as near equally as may be amougst the other counties of any di vision. All names draum of persons who do not serve as petit jurors.sball W. M. BIGGS OF HELENA'MAKES A LARGE CATCH OF GAMEY MOUNTAIN TROUT IN THE BLACKF00T VALLEY. Mr. W. M. Bins of Helena, Montana, was snapped in tne above pose just before entering his automobile after a successful fishing expedition into the ulterior of Glacier National Park, by way of Glacier Park station and the new automobile high* way, which the Great Northern Railway «ns oocstTDcted at an expense of $60,000, be returned to the box. Rule 48-2. Any party desiring the trial of any cause at law or in equity at any term, shall in writing and at least three days before the opeuing of such term, request tlie clerk to place it ou trial calendar. Tlie trial calendar shall include such causes only, provided, causes thereafter coming to issue and so desired to be tried during tlie pending term, will be placed thereon upon such request made. For good cause shown the court may order any other cause placed upon the trial calendar. Rule 48-8. Every cause whether criminal, at law, or in equity, in which no forward step is taken for one year, or which is not brought on for trial within one year after issue joined, may be dismissed for want of prosecution unless good cause to tlie contrary be shown, or the court in its discretion in criminal causes oth erwise orders. Every motion, de murrer, plea or other intermediate proceeding in criminal and law causes not brought ou for hearing within six months after being filed will un less the delay is by agreement be deemed abandoned and the opposite party may as of course proceed in disregard thereof. Rule A9. Amended as follows: Tlie days of the first week of all terms will be law and motion days, and thereafter every Monday, save when jury trials are in progress, and then every alternate Monday, will be law and motion days. —Geo. M. Bounquin, __ Judge. Now that you have got through college, son," observed Farmer Oat saudthiugs, "tell me what you learn ed." "Three kinds of curves, the mando lin, bridge whist, pinochle, the tur key trot, second tenor and how to dodge the cops." MEN Do you Know Eddie? I will be at the Eagle Buffet Fair Week rain or shine. Boys, I'll treat you right. The home of Sunnybrook Whiskey and Dry Land Farmers' Beer« % Eddie Leskey, Prop. Judith Gap, Mont« from Glacier Park station to St. Marys Lake. In commenting on his catch, Mr. Biggs said, "The 38-pound bass I caught at Cata lina Islands is very poor sport compared with landing the two beauties shown in this picture." THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The republican state convention Was held in Great Falls last week. The stilleto was used freely by boss Doulaii, and several sore spots were left. But a strong ticket was placed in nomination and one that will com mand tlie respect of tlie best citizenry of tlie state. Tlie big positions were given to progressive republicans, Roosevelt republicans before the Chicago convention, and possibly fclrçir votes will go to the rough rider Mitten the ideas of November roll aroiind. Following is the ticket: United States senator—Justice Henry C. Smith, of tlie supreme court. Representatives in congress— Charles N. i'ray, of Fort Beuton ; \V. F. Meyer, of Red Lodge. Associate Justiee of the Supreme court—Judge Lew L. Callaway, of Virginia City. State treasurer—William Enright, of BillingB. Governor—Harry L. Wilson, of Billings. Lieutenant governor— J. C. Kin ney, of Wilbaux. Railroad commissioner—Leo H. Faust, of Libby. Auditor—Charles McCoy, of Butte. Attorney general— W. J. Paul, of Deer Lodge. Secretary of state—Frank Hazel baker, of Dillon. Superintendent of public instruc tion—Lews Terwilliger, of Living ston. Vacationist—Where does this road go to? Farmer Smart—It liuiu't budged an inch in my time, mister.—Bostou script. THF PPICF DF I (1T<s 1 ncnurcn GREATLY REDUCED Townsite Agent S. J. Small has | been trying to have tlie price of lots in Judith Gap reduced and a new ad dition platted for several months. The matter of tlie reduction of tlie i lots was an easy one to se- ' cine, hut the company last fall did uot look favorably upon the idea ' of platting any more lots, believing | tlie present towusitewus sulHcieut for ( several months to come. However, when tlie situation was put up to tlie j company stronger; that the present ! residence portion of tlie town was lo- i cated too far from the business sec- i tion, the president of tlie company I looked upon tlie matter in a different | light,,as the following letter will ex plain: S. J. Small, Judith Gap, Mont., Dear Sir: Referring to you letter of the 26th lilt., you are hereby author- i PROGRESSIVES NAME A TICKET The bull moosers met in Helena last Saturday and placed a full ticket in tlie Held. Theodore Boosevelt arrived in tin t city Saturday evening aud was given a warm reception. He addressed tlie convention and aroused great enthu siasm. Following is the state ticket placed in nomination: . United States senator—Joseph M. Dixon, of Missoula. Congressmen—Thomas W. Everett, of Harlem; George A. iiorken, of Forsyth. Governor—Frank J. Edwards, of Helena. Lieutenant governor— W. 1). Sym mes, of Lewistown. Secretary of state—George Metcalf, of Phillipsburg. Attorney geueral— C. M. Sawyer, of Anaconda. State treasurer— H. J. Thompson, of Billings. State auditor—Edward Gumriue, of Butte. Railroad commissioner— R. J. Moore, of Valley county. Superintendent of public instruc tion—Bert A. Tower of Dillon. "Pa, what did Damon and Pythias do that made them so famous?" "1 don't remember now, but I think they were a winning battery that some manager found in one of the bush leagues."—Ciiicago Record Herald. The Gap Hotel and Grill Rooms SOc, 75c, and $1.00 The Best of Everything in the Season's Harket. Try our Regular Dinners—35c Rates by Week or Month H. M« Hanson, Proprietor DEERING Binder » wine Binders that are lightest in draft. In truth, the most up-to date grain and labor saving machine on the market« Twine, both Sisal and Stan dard. The two best grades of twine known to mankind« We carry a full line of JOHN DEERE and EHERSON enine disks. - C.R.STONE iz *d to reduce the price of all lots in Judith Gap lying north of Fifth aven ue one-halt' from tlie present apprais al. which 1 trust will haven stimu lating effect on tlie sale of tlie lots in that part of the town. Regarding the platting of an addition to iiulitliGap, 1 think your suggestion is a good one. Before having the work undertaken l would be pleased to have you pre pare a sketch of tlie plat as you think would till tlie present needs of Judith Gap and submit same to me bel'ora final action is taken. —James T. Malier, president. Tlie new addition will be two blocks wide beginning a little south of Beers and llaynes' residence and running north to the school house. Orders will be taken now for reservations and when tlie addition is platted the money can lie paid. PHENOMINAL IMMIGRATION Billings, Mont., Sept. 11.—"Devel opment along all lines iu Montana is going forward by leaps and bounds during tlie next few months, An im mense number of settlers are going to find permanent koines in tbe Trea sure State, and the manner in which it shall forge its way to the front will be a surprise to tbe uninitiated." Such, iu substance is a statement by J. 1., Moore, traveling immigra tion agent for tlie Northern Pacifio Bailway company, who has just es tablished headquarters here, "I don't know how the people here view the situation, but I do know that the officials of the Northern Pacific are anticipating the greatest influx of settleiB before the coming spring that ever came to Montana iu tlie same length of time. It, is partly due to tlie fact that splendid crops of every class have been raised, but ie largely ou account of tiie efiorts which are being made to thoroughly exploit the state in those sectious where tlie peo* pie are interested. You can scarcely appreciate the immense number of in quiries that are Hooding the railroad otlices. Tlie eyes of prospective set tlers throughout the east and middle west are indeed turned Montanaward and they are coming." Mr. Moore will go throughout the east during tlie ensuing winter to de liver lectures on Montana aud its re sources. Fortune doesn't always knock when a woman is iiavin : one of lier at home day s.