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Walter Hard . Proprietor Plcaty «I rasa for everybody le tie Ceeety wbee they vielt Judith flap. Doa't forget to see tbc old rouge rider wbee la towa. Main Street Judith Gap, Mont. Service in banking CONSISTS IN Accuracy, Proaiptaess, Ceufidcatlal Treataieat servatlve Flaaaclal Aid. Courtesy, asd Cob Not only are you assured of all that at this bank but the standing of our depositors and the increasing business of the bank proves our ability to ren der such service. Accounts are solicited front one and all. Security State Bank Of Judith Gap DR. E. M. HANS Physician and Surgeon Office in Bills' Block JUDITH GAP, MONTANA LONGSHORE & SCHOTT Civil and Mining ENGINEERS SURVEYORS 220-221 Wise Buildng Lewistown, • - Montana w. l. McClelland Blacksmith Auto Repairing Oaaraateed Absolutely Satisfactory Juditb Gap, " * Mootaea Q. S. BILLS Attorney at Law PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS AND BEFORE U. S. LAND.OFFICES JUDITH GAP MONTANA LOCAL MARKETS Wheat, No. 1 Nor......... A4 Wheat, No. 1 Turkey..............*»4 Flax (per bu.)..................... »5 Barley (per too)...................70 Oats (per 100)....................1.25 Egg*............................. 20 Butter............. 35 Potatoes ..(per lOOi...............1.25 in GAPLETS A4 »5 20 35 Mr. and Mrs. Austin Dodder were in town Wednesday from Nitiill. S3T" Ambrose Dunn—contractor and builder. Work satisfactory to owner. Oscar IIeglie went to Hilger last week to spend the summer. John and Orval Skeen were in town Wednesday from their Belt Mountain ranches. Dr. H, H. Holloway and Albert Vangsucss were in town Wednesday from Hopley. Wanted: 2,000 acres of plowing. Can give ligures on guaranteed work. Write lugolf Birkeland, Judith Gap. lltf Dan Donovan, of Lansford. N. D., visited the l'ero ranch last week. Mr. Donovan is a nephew of Mrs. l'ero*s. Wanted—At the City Meat Market good beef cattle, bogs, chickens, but* ter and eggs. Miss Edith Stone was a city visitor from from lier homestead the first of the week. Mrs. L. It. McKenzie lias been highly complimented on the success ful entertainment at the Congrega tional church last Sunday eveuing. Miss Itomona McClelland lias been visiting with Mrs. Heury Lanins on the ranch since Monday. Mrs. George S. Haynes and son, Mark, left Wednesday for Clancy, where they will visit for a week with Mr. Haynes' parents. Mrs. Frank Hreuuan will entertain the art club on Thursday afternoou, May 22 . Notary Public at the Journal otlice. Lyle A. Cowan received notice from the Dakota and GieatNorthern Town site company that lie had been ap pointed agent. S. J. Small who re cently resigned, recommended Mr. Cowan for the position. Pat Feeley came in from his ranch this week. Pat is figuring on paying a visit to his old home near Albany, N. Y., this summer or early iu the fall. Albert Ileglie made proof on his homestead last Thursday before U. S. Commissioner Peck at Garueill. Amy Mendenhall and Louie Falin holtz left Thursday morning for Daw son county with a six-hofse outtit, covered wagon and grubstake for two months. They went by way of Moore, Lewistowu and Weede. They intend to take homesteads up there if they like the country. Hev. G. J. Powell, state superin tendent of Congregational missions, will conduct services in the church next Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. He will also hold services at Nlhill at 8 p. m., and at Hedges ville at 8 p. m. on that day. Every one cordially iuvited, Clarence E. McKoin, who for sever al years past lias been the register of the U. S. land office at Lewistown, has sent in his resignation to take ef fect as soon as his successor can be appointed. Harry Kelly, who for almost ten years past has been mana ger of the Fergus County Democrat, will be appointed to All the oHice. Do you know* that you can purchase an excellent residence lot in Judith Gap for $25 to be divided into three payments? See Lyle A. Cowan, town site agent. II. It. Painter, superintendent of schools of Lyon county, Minnesota, spent several days iu and around the city this week and last week. Mr. Painter purchased an excellent half section of laud in v 10- 1« and intends to farm it extensively iu the near fu ture. W. Finnell who accompanied Mr. Painter signified Ills intention of also making realty purchases iu this sectiou as lie, after a great deal of traveling, found no country to excel the Judith; Gap district. Bills & Coleman were the agents tlirough whom Mr. l'aiuter bought. P. Granberg, of Spokane, Wash., arrived iu the city last week and on Monday closed a deal with E. U. Lesky for the purchase of the Eagle Buffet. Mr. Granberg conducts a 80 room rooming house In Spokane, but .tit •iitin iuess in all lines in that an, lie at ner to ren in is of city getting so poor that he wants to get tirmly established j|n a little city with a future for itself as well as the country surrounding. His son. John arrived oh Wednesday and;took active management of the Eagle. Mrs. Grauberg and other members of the family will come to Judith Gap as soon as they can dispose of a portion their interests in Spokane. Mr. Les* ky will join his wife in Fou du lac, Wisconsin, wh«re he will visit until he completes his plans lor the future. His friends in this locality wish him success. of of & on U. 80 but Mrs. Olaf Olson lias been on the sick list during the past week. Clinton Dye, who has been visiting at the C. H. Stone home for the past month is a brother of Mrs. Stone's. Good lots in tiie best little town in central Montaua at prices ranging front $25 to $400. See Lyle A. Cow an, Ageut. Keinert Thompson and Albert Heg lie were in the city Wednesday from Hopley. Try the family style meals at the at the Gap Hotel Grill—85 cents. Dite ner from 11 to 2—supper from 5:80 to 7:80. None better. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, of the Snowv mountain district, were iu Sunday to attend Mothers' Day exercises. One by one the homesteaders who moved into town to send their child ren to school are moving back to their claims. The Lemon and Bjorke fam ilies moved this week. Mrs. G. J. Bice aud baby came in from the ranch Sutidny for a short visit with her husband, returning Monday. Mrs. Wm. Neill spent Wednesday in town the guest of Mrs. McClelland. On Wednesday of this week L. E. McKee fenced. Ailed and otherwise beautified his son's grave iu "Bluff View'* ' cemetery. Mr. aud Mrs. Kunyan of South Da kota are visiting at theE.E. Barrows' home. Mr. Barrows' is a barber and is hunting a location. Miss Edith Stone will make commu tation proof on lier homestead about the middle of June, after which she will go abroad for several months lier objective point being London, England. A tine program was rendered at the Congregational church Sunday even ing iu honor of Mothers' Day. At the close of the service every mother was presented with a white rose. Haircut 35c, Shave 15c. Lewistown Steam Laundry Rough Dry-tc pound. Plottner's, next to postoffice. Miss SkeAington has secured a sum mer school near Lewistown and left Monday for that point to begin lier duties. Mrs. J. P. Kent entertained a party of seventeen neighbors at a Sunday chicken dinner a week ago last Sun day. Prof. Clothier left Tuesday for Whitehall,-Montana, to be absent some days. Charlotte Coleman is helping Mrs. Clothier keep house dur ing the professor's absence. Misses Olivia Jones and Alnia Gos sett are playing "bachelor maids" having recently moved into the Jones* cottage. Oscar Skeen's goods are being crated and shipped to White Sulphur Springs. W. L. McClelland and A1 I'eter son are building commodious barns on the rear of their lots iu the new addition. Miss Gertrude SkeAington has been spending a few days with Gap frieuds having just returned from Washing ton where she taught school the past year. E. G. Worden, lawyer, First Na tional block, 'phone 127, Lewistown. Charles and Miss Ituth Edwards, old friends of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Kent, of Harlan, Iowa, stopped off here to visit several days on their way home from the PaciAc coast, where they have spent the winter. It might be of interest to some of our hoys to know that at the present time there is a bunch of boys, between the ages of eleven and eighteen who are making a tour of the United States seeing all the great sights with their expensses paid. And why? Because they have each accomplished some thing of notable character. Some have grown remarkable corn, others have shown great progress iu their studies, while others made a great showing in mechanics. Wish we might hear from some of our Judith Gap boys along these lines. Belt Jim er the from Bud, old, been days No, al will and in get ter . K. A discount of live per cent will he giveu on all cash purchases of lumber from me for the next 80 days. If you want lumber come uow. W. M. Y'aple. Supervisor I'errine of the Jefferson National forest lias resigned and Scott Leavett, formerly of the Lewis and Clark forest was appointed as his successor iu the mauagement of the JeAersou reserve, which includes Belt and Snowy mountain reserves. Jim Yule and W. E. Kierstead, broth er of .1. A. Kierstead, rangers of the Jefferson reserve, located near White Sulphur Springs, have resigned from the service and will go ranching. Mrs. Long was in the city Saturday from lier ranch near Oxford. salesman Mettlesou of the Foot Schulze Shoe Co. spent Monday and Tuesday at McKenzie Trading Co.'s store. Bud Beers is helping George Kidder Auish up his spring work on the ranch. Bud, although lie is only eleven years old, is quite a rancher. Mrs. K. M. Gans and Mrs. H. C. Piepiio were Sunday church goers in Lewistown. Mrs. Willian F. Hanson, who has been quite ill during the past week is improving rapidly. Can you estimate the value of Tues days rain to this section of Montana? No, you can't; but you know beyond question that it was worth sever al thousands of dollars, if not several hundreds of thousands. The government lias made arrange ments to plant several thousand. trees in the forest reserve along tluffi Snowies and Hanger John Kierseaif. will he in charge. If von waut a job for about ten days see Hanger Kierstead tomorrow and lie will give you a job planting trees. Prof. Huiler lias closed a term of school in the Nihill district and was in the city Wednesday enroute to the Buller ranch east of Garneill. Wellman Holbrook of the forestry department with offices in Great Falls was in the city last week and and also spent some time in both the Belts and Snowies. Hanger Kierstead wants 12 or 14 ranchers to assist in the planting of trees iu the mountains, If you can get away to help him see him iu town tomorrow. Dr. and Mrs. Splior arrived the lat ter part of last week from British Columbia, Missoula and other points and will spend some time visiting on the Francisco ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mclteynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Claude McKee and Otis Mc Kee left last Saturday for White Sul phur Springs where they will spend some time making Anal proof on their land in that vicinity. . V Clinton Dye and Charlie Stone, who have been visiting with Clarence K. Stone for over a month past, left Wednesday morning for Spokane, Seattle and other coast points. They expect to stop here again before re turning to their home in Comstock, Neb. E. Ë. Barrows closed a deal with .1.11. McDonald Thursday whereby Mr. McDonald becomes the owner of the 2000 pound Belgian stallion that Mr. Barrows recently brought from South Dakota, and Mr. Barrows be comes the owner of the home aud or chard property that Mr. McDonald bought in Washington a year ago. Mrs. C. K. Buller will spend a por tion of the summer months in Hill lings taking a special course in pri mary work so that she may he better fitted to teach the primary depart ment of the local school next fall. he as of M-MI 1 1 I M-H I HI I"1"M - GUSTAVO MADERO "MOST HATED MAN IN MEXICO." ; ; Gustavo Madero. brother of President Madero. who was shot to death following his arrest, was known as "the most bated man In Mexico." He was accused of being the arch grafter of Mexico. Although be possessed a large private fortune, be was alleged to have taken many milllona of pesos from the country's treas ury. He was the "power behind the throne." but even to hla brother be was accused of being a false counselor. He was held responsible by many for the birth of the opposi tion to Francisco Madero In dis carding Emilio Vasques Gomez, a hero of the Madero revolution, and making Jose Pino Suarez 11 the vice president ! ■ While In New York two years \ \ ago financing the Madero revolu • • tion he wus accused of lining his ) I own pockets In return for prom • • ises to certain oil promoters. He recently returned from a • • special mission to Japan. Gustavo Mndero was about • • thirty-seven, good looking, well educated and engnging. He en • • tertuined lavishly and was popu ! ! lar in New York and Washington • ; society. 11 I I ll - l I I I lllFHH ' H - FM - FIRST DUTY. We should tell ourselves one* for all that it la the first doty of the soul to become at happy, complete. Independent and great as Uea In lta power.—Maeter linck. HONKSTY. An honest soul Is like a ship at sea That sleeps at anchor on the ocean's calm, But when it rages and the wind blows high She cuts her way With sails with majesty. —Beaumont and Fletcher. The man who pauses on hia hon esty Wants little of the villain. —Marty n. The more honesty a man has the less he nffecta the air of a sa int.—La v at er. All other knowledge is hurtful to him Who bas not honesty and good nature. —Montaigne. Heaven that made me honest made me more Than ever king did when be made a lord. —Rows. EDUCATION NEEDED. Slavery Is but half abolished, emancipation Is hut half com pleted. while millions of freemen with votes in their hands are left without education. Justice to them, the welfare of the states In which they live, the safety of the whole republic, the dignity of the elective franchise—all alike demand that the still remaining bonds of Ignorance shall be un loosed and broken and the minds as well as the bodies of the eman cipated go free.— Kotiert C. Win throp. IDEA OF FREEDOM. There is what 1 call the Amer ican Idea. This Ideu demands, as the proximate organization thereof, a democracy--that, is, a government of all the people, by all the people, for all the people; of course a government of the principles of eternal justice, the unchanging law of God. For shortness' sake 1 will call II the Idea of freedom. -Theodore Par ker. Judith Gap Transfer Company AUTOMOBILE LIVERY Livery, Feed and Sales Stable Hay, Oats, Ice and Beer Passenger and Baggage Transfer McKenzie Stores Judith Gap and Hedgesvllle H ave just received a new shipment of dry goods, notions, carpets, rugs, beds furniture and sanitary cots We are selling more eggs than we can get. Bring in your eggs. McKenzie trading co. Judith Gap Buffet CHARLES F. SULLIVAN An Up-to-date Bar Room where you can spend a pleasant hour with friends. APHORISME. Pride breakfasted with Plenty, dined with Poverty and supped with Infamy. If yon will not bear Reason aha will rap your knucklea. No power, how great soever, can force men to change their opinions. Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn In no other. In the affairs of this world men are saved not by faith, bat by the want of It A life of leisure and of lazi ness are two things.—Maeter linck. BEAUTY OP MUSIC. Tbs soul of music slumbers In the shell Till waked and kindled by the master's spell; And feeling hearts, touch them but rightly, pour ~ thousand melodies unheard before. —Samuel Rogers. Music, when soft voices dl«, Vibrates la the memory; Odors, when sweet violets sick en, XJve within the sense they qnteken. —Shelley. CHRISTIANITY. Christianity certainly enjoins love for brother man. The great apostle whose fiery soul set the ancient Roman empire aglow with a new light held that under the new dispensation distinc tions inherent in blood or tongne were consumed and fused Into a new and consecrated unity. Certainly Christ never could lend Ills sanction to such out rages as are perpetrated upon human beings In the name and by the authority of men pro fessing to rejoice In the redemp tion from bondage to sin brought about In bis glorious resurrec tion. Christianity, true Chris tianity, Is on trial, not the Jew. —Rabbi E. G. Hirsch.