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The Palace Buffet Walter Hard , Proprietor Plenty of room for everybody la the Coant when they visit Judith Gap. Don't forget to see the old range rider when la town. ■? Main Street Judith Gap, Mont. DR. E. N. GANS 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 Guaranteed Absolutely Satisfactory Jndlth Gap • Montana G. S. BILLS Attorney at Law PRACTICES IN ALL THE COURTS AND BEFORE U. S. LAND OFFICES JUDITH OAP MONTANA ff^ LYLE A. COWAN Notary Public At JOURNAL OFFICE ! LOCAL MARKETS l ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Wheat, No. 1 Nor................ 58 Wheat, No. 1 Turkey.............. 58 Flax (per bu.)....................1.08 •Oats (per 100).....................80 Eggs............................ 40 Butter............................85 Potatoes ..(per lOOi...............1.50 GAPLETS The cement cross walks are being put in rapidly by Contractor Sharp and his men. Mrs. E. II. Churchwell is visiting with friends and relatives in Lewis town. The ladies* aid society of the M. E. church will be entertained by Mrs Granberg at the home of Mrs. Abend schein on next Wednesday afternoon. E.G . Worden, lawyer. First Na tional block, 'phone 127, Lewistown. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. McKee are viS' iting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Bert Fintou, near White Sul phur Springs. Dr. P. E. Thompson, dentist, will be here on Saturday. Office with Dr Gans. HOtf Charles A. Cowan, of Bercail, was in the city on Wednesday . He is go ing to sell out his stock and machin ery In the near future. W. D. Murphy of Flax is in the city this week visiting with his fath John F. Murphy. Mr. Murphy owns some valuable land near Flax, which is fifty miles north of Lewistown. J. A. Nick le has been in Lewistown and Coffee Creek this week in the in terests of the new bank he is eudea a voring to place in the latter town. Coffee Creek is on the new line of the Milwaukee between Great Falls and Lewistown aud is in Fergus county about tweuty-tive miles north of Stan ford. Mr. Nickle is a banker of much experience and his friends in this city, although sorry to have him leave here, hope for his success in forming the uew baukiug corpora tion. Your attention is called to the auc tion ad on the back page. Miss Majle Phillips left for Com stock, Neb., on Wednesday, where she will visit with friends for a time. The ladies of the Library club hav made arrangements to give a library benefit dance on Thanksgiving eve. Mrs. Albert Fahnholz and children went to Great Falls on Tuesday, where they will visit a short time with Miss Gertrude Vinceut, who is a studeut nurse at the Deaconess hospital. William Starner was iu the city the latter part of last week and the first of this from Great Falls where he is employed by the G. N. railroad. Mr. Starner purchased a lot iu the First Addition of Judith Gap and iuteuds to erect a small home on the property this fall. Benny Lunceford, local agent for Billings Laundry Co. Laundry call ed for and delivered. Prompt ser vice. Deuton Recorder.—C. M. Gurley of Judith Gap accompanied J. A. Bring to Deuton by auto on Wednesday. Mr. Gurley says the lie lias ridden every foot of the territory about Deutou on horseback in the days when lie was a cowpuncher, hut this was the first time he had ever travel ed, in this country in au automobile. The Ladies Art club met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. L. McClelland. Taken up.—One dark bay mare with white hind legs. Weight about 1200. Has been in my pasture and about my buildings for the past three weeks. Owner may have same by paying for tins notice and auy other charges that may be incurred by me. Andrew Olson, 3 miles west of Judith Gap. O. F. Deyarmon lias plans com pleted for the remode Hing of his sa loon building on Main street. He will move his bar and fixtures to the rear of the building and will place two fifteen foot rooms iu the front of the building, one of which will he used as a private office and the other as a rest room. He will put in an en tire glass front. $5.00 reward for information lead ing to recovery of one hay gelding 1200 pounds, one hay gelding, bald faee, four whi te fee t, 1200 pounds. Both branded ■■■ on light should er. RZU Hugh Dawes, lay Garueill, Mont..* Mr. aud Mrs. Frank W. Murphy and son, Lyle, returned last Friday from the east, Mrs. Murphy from a two months' visit with friends aud relatives in the Twin Cities, while Mr. Murphy attended to his duties as Milwaukee Immigration agent in Il linois, Indiana, Missouri aud Wis consin. He reports very favorably for a big influx of settlers to tiiis sec tion of Montana within the next six months. Albert Peterson suffered a painful as well as a bad accident on Sunday morning. He was splitting kind ling and the axe handle struck the ground directing the blade of the axe into the thumb of bis left hand. The joint between the hand and the thumb was chipped and the tendons cut. He is now carrying his hand in splints and may consider himself very for tunate if he recovers the use of the thumb. Mrs. T. Thompson entertained the Lutheran ladies* aid society at her ranch home, three miles south-east of town, on Wednesday afternoon. There were nineteen present. Mrs. Thompson not only had the aid that day. hut she also had the crew of threshers to cook for, as they are do iug the threshing ou lier son's place. The luucheon served to the ladies was most excellent and everyone present proclaim Grandma Thompson the best of entertainers. Masqueraders order costumes at Journal office before Tuesday Charles Stader, of Lincoln, Neb., Dr. W. W. Vau Orsdel of Great Falls and President C. L. Bovard of the a Montana Weseleyau University at Helena were iu town yesterday after noon enroute to Lewistown where they will attend the fourth of a series of banquets of the campaigu for the $75,000 fund for the Montana Weseleyau University. Mr. aud Mrs. H. M. Hanson and children have been visiting in Bill ings this week. J. W. Forman left for Alhambra hot springs on Monday. Miss Jewell Feeheck returned to lier home iu Martiusdale the first of the week. Remember to read of the big sale of state lands in this issue. Editor Small of lledgesville visited with his mother aud sisters in this city Sunday. Born.— To Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Bulen at Anoka, Minu., on Sunday last. He has been named Cecil Wil lard. Kieth Caldwell had a field of 30 acres that yielded 41 bushels of tur key red winter wheat per acre. The Judith Gap Transfer company lias become public spirited and placed a cinder walk from its barn to Main street at its own expense. Peter Holmboe, representing C. E. Shoemaker aud Co., was a visitor in the city the first of the week. C. C. Stay ton left for Missouri last Saturday on account of the illness of his mother. Mr. Stayton left hur riedly, not knowing of his coming departure at noon himself. The Congregational circle will meet at the home of Mrs. S. J. Small• on Friday afternoon. Sewing will be the principal part of the after noon's program. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Burgess and children moved to the city on Tues day from the ranch south of town aud took up their residence in one of the Walker cottages, where they will reside for the winter. Judith Gap's school lias been rated as a "standard school" and will re ceive a name plate so inscribed iu the near future fiom the office of the state superiiitemltnt of schools. This plate will he fastened outside the building near the front entrance. Leo Bulen wrote the Journal this week about the arrival of the son and heir of the Bulen family on Sunday last. Leo says, "The hoy aud I are working together, He works the niglit shift and 'Dad' works both." Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Muir of Hun ter. N. D., who spent a short time at tlieAl Bolick ranch home recently returned home loud in their praise of Montana and the Judith Gap sec tion especially. Mr. Muir is inter ested with Mr. Bolick iu the 900-acre ranch in the Suowies. Dr. E. M. Gans went to Billings yesterday to attend the meeting of the University of Minnesota Alumni. President Vincent of the University was in attendance and addressed the meeting. The Lutheran ladies' aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Julius Seul on the ranch two miles south-west of town. Friday, Nov. 14, at 2 p. m. Everyone interested is cordially in vited to atteud. Mrs. Caldwell and Miss Maurine Shortly left the first of the week for a visit with friends in the neighborhood of Moore. Miss Shortly will then re turn to her home in Natal. John Shuler, Jr., was a visitor in town on Saturday. He made arrange ments with Ben Lunceford to have the Shuler property next to Oliver Keadel's fenced. He went oil to Lewistown where lie will he employ ed for the winter, A. C. Dyer made final three year proof on his homestead in 22*10-15 before Commissioner Anderson at Harlowtou on Monday. The proof was excellent. Mr. Anderson says that the improvements shown am ounted to more than shown in any proof he had ever taken. Dr. E. M. Gans removed a fatty tu mor from the breast of Darrow Cun nington, the young son of Arthur E. Cunning ton, a rancher near Ber cail, ou »uudav. The young lad was left at theC. M. Gurley home several days and is rapidly improving. A1 Morgan, a former deputy sher iff of Fergus county, who was recent ly brought back to Lewistown from Juneau, Alaska, to auswer to the charte of horse stealing, lias been admitted to hail in the sum of $ 2 ,<nm. Th» trial has been set iu the district court for December 15. he see ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ M According to the White Sulphur Springs Republican Sheriff Mciizics and County Commissioner Webster were quarantined from their homes last week. They had been out into the country attending to official du ties and upon arriving home found the residences quarantined for nieas els, Mr. Webster's son and a young boy staying at the Menzies' home li&viag come down with the measles. Frank Greive met with a painful and what might very easily might ! ♦ have been a very serious accident on Tuesday evening when a bottle of wood alcohol exploded in his hand while generating the lighting sys tem. Charlie Beers says it was pret bud but he does not seem to think it rivals the time that County Treasurer Oscar Skeen tried to wipe all of the gasoline out of a huge tank, and after he had worked long and diligently lighted a match inside the tank to see if he had dried it thoroughly. But, alas, lie discovered that lie had not, and since that time he lias not been in the habit of having the hair trimmed from the top of his head. GARNEILL ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Mrs. K. W. Johnson was a Lewis town visitor Saturday. M rs. Manley returned last week from Hutte, where she lias spent the sum mer with lier husband. She was ac companied by lier bous. John aud James. Miss Gladys Jennings left Friday for Hedges, where she will he the guest of Miss Eunice Glazier for a few days. F. M. Uaegen and John Lane were Lewistown callers last Friday. The Hallowe'en party given in the church last Friday-evening was well attended aud was a credit to those who had the management of it. G. tv. Jen ni ng8 and daughter, Miss Gladys, were county seat visitors on Wednesday. Ben McDonald made a shipment of sheep to Chicago last Wednesday. Jim Manley returned to Butte Fri day. lie took a deer back with him which he secured while hunting iu the Snowies. i ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ! NIHILL 1 ♦ • ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Mr. and Mrs. Emil C. Marx and Mr. Parker of Oxford were in town hist Friday and remained over to take in the sale and supper at the pallors of the Congregational church. Bert L. Foerschler who owns a val uable ranch north of Nihill lias just recently threshed his crop and has almost 2000 bushels of choice turkey red winter wheat to market. Bert says that his fields yielded approxi mately 23 bushels per acre of this choice product. Sisson brothers' saloon here was burglarized last Wednesday night and while the party received some thing about $50, tiie stake will he found insufficient to he profitable. Owiug to numerous inquiries made by a person about the custom and habits of Manager Ewing of the sa loon every appearanc of guilt points toward the person who made the in quiries. We trust that every means will be taken to bring the culprit to justice. Many of the ladies of this vicinity pleasantly surprised Mrs. (). Buck ner at her home east of town last Tuesday. There were twenty pre sent. A bounteous repast was serv ed at noon and with the hospitality of the Buckner family the ladies en joyed a most pleasant day, which will lie recorded among those to he remembered. Charles Lunceford of the Swim ming Woman creek region was in town last Tuesday and remained un til Wednesday. With the pleasant weather of these days the hum of the threshing mach ines have again resinned and now for the home run of about two weeks of work and the threshing will he done. The grain is turning out nicely aud a good average in most cases and of the No. 1 quality. Frank Dailey who has been under the weather for sometime lias recov ered so that he can attend to his dut ies. He was hauling grain for L. C. Thomas oil Wednesday. Mrs. B. E. McLean and Mrs. John Darrington were Nihill shoppers last Monday and while iu town visited with Mrs. C. F. Ullmnn. Guy Ewing was in Ilarlowton last Wednesday attending to business matters, which necessitated a trip overland to the Wheatland county seat. "Executioner to Hor Majesty." Tliu actual signboard of John Cal era ft. the famous public executioner, who during his long term of office car ried out the extreme penalty of the law on many notorious murderers, may be seen in Mme. Tussaud's exhibition. The board used to be outside Calcraft's shop. It is framed and has rudely painted upon it in large block letters the following extraordinary Inscrip tion: "J. Calera ft. Boot and Shoemaker. Executioner to her Majesty." Sur mounting the frame Is the royal coat of arms. John Calcraft, who was born in 1800 and died In 1879. was execu tioner from 1828 until 1871.—London Standard. Finicky Folks DEMAND GOOD, CLEAN SERVICE THAT'S WHY the Cottage Cafe is so popular here We specialize on Good Service Dinner from 11 to Cottage Cafe » i Harness ; Shoe REPAIRING Repairing quickly and neatly done. Orders taken for home made hand made harness N. S. KALAYJIAN Main St. Judith Gap. I Origin of Authors' Rights. The first trace of authors' rights goes back, it appears, to the year 1655. A playwright named Quin. vu It had writ ten a piece named "Les ltlvales." It was his first play, and he offered it to a strolling company of actors, who were not willing to risk more than fifty crowns on its purchase. Qulnault then suggested that, instead of receiving a stun cash down, lie should be given a ninth part of the receipts taken during the run of the piece. This bargain was accepted, and it proved to be tbe be ginning of what was at first known as "the author's share," and subse quently "the author's rights."—London Standard. WANTED 100 Cases Good Fresh Ranch Eggs 20 per cent discount on all boys' suits and overcoats for week ending November IS. 10 per cent discount on childrens' shoes. Don't fail to look over our Ladies' and Childrens' underwear McKenzie Trading Co. KODAKS The Eastman Kind. Fi I ms a nd a complete line of supplies Oliver Readel JUDITH GAP, MONT. Also wm the Line to Hews Just the right balance handle shaped to give the hand a good, firm grip. Best refined steel blade—perfectly tempered, hand ground and sharpened. Every Am to ballt for good, ban service. The Hickory Is an axe you'll enjoy swinging. Cuts true to the mark every time. Made of steel that will hold an edge through the toughest work. Hickory Axes arc guaran teed—like all Hickory prod ucts XRjH 74 flii m SWÄ m KrjMügBM We also have a Range Eternal and a Howard Heater for your home. C. R. Stone Hardware & Imp. Co.