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The Palace Buffet
Walter Hard, Proprietor Plenty of room for everybody In the Count when they visit Judith Uip. Don't forget to see the old rouge rider when In town. Main Street Judith Gap, Mont. DR. E. M. GANS Physician and Surgeon Office ta Mis' Bleck JUDITH GAP, MONTANA w. l. McClelland Blacksmith Auto Repairing Guaranteed Absolutely Satisfactory Judith Gap • * Montaus a. 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................ »W) Wheat, No. 1 Turkey.............. 60 Flax (per bu.).................... 1.0» Oats (per 100).....................so Eggs............................ 40 Butter............................65 Potatoes ..(per 1001 ...............1.50 GAPLETS ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦----— : ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦ Walter Witt and family have mov ed on theC. H. Stone ranch adjoining town. L. W. Phillips returned yesterdav from a several days visit with his sou in Washington. H. E. McLean went into Mussel shell county the iirst of the week on business, returning on Wednesday. Hay Ott and wife have arrived from Boise, Idaho, aud will take over the Ham Lutz ranch in the near future. Mrs. Ott is a daughter of Mr. Lutz's. Mr. Lutz will make his home with them. The Tom Thompson family return ed to the city this week from South Dakota. II. M. Estes of Stuart, la., accom panied M. T. Bascom out here the Iirst of the week. lie will probably purchas a piece of land before re turning. Chester Burgess has almost com pleted his new home on north High street. William F. Hanson completed a commodious addition to his ranch home this week. Advertisers in the Journal are rec omended to you. *1 Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barrows and children returned the Iirst of the week from Uarlowton and will re main here until Mr. Barrows dispos es of the residence property. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schnittger have moved onto the C. F. Sullivan ranch for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. George Lane aud daughter, Miss Dora, have moved in to the C. A. Burgess home. Mr. Lane recently purchased the property from Mr. Burgess. For Sale. 60 Barred Plymoth Hock chickens. C. Huntsman. Birkeland brothers have taken up their residence on the Hubbard ranch west of town. J. H. Lackey purch ased the property from Mr. Hubbard some time ago, and not being prepar ed to move ou the place himself at this time he let the boys have it for the winter. J. P. Granberg left this week for Parkinson, on the Musselshell river iu Fergus county, where he will open a saloon. Mr. Granberg has been connected with his father aud broth er for self lice but Soo of one is vu the ty ly a *1 re in up at for for been er in the Montana Bar in this city for some months and has shown him self to be a capable saloon man. Parkinson is the name of the postof lice and Weede is what the town is known as. There is no railroad yet, but when the G. N., Milwaukee, and Soo start building they will cross the Musselshell iu the immediate vicinity of the town. Judith Gap will be well represented there in the saloon busi ness at least. liobert Allen White, one of Judith Gap's iirst saloon men is now conducting an emporium there, and he will soon have Mr. Granberg as a competitor. George Hice is having a big auction sale ou his ranch southwest of town today. Mrs. Frank Schnittger is assisting with the bookkeeping at the Security State bank. E. T. Barron was in town this week from Kouudup. Lost. An endgate from a Moline wagon on the road east of town on Monday evening. Finder please leave at the Farmers' elevator and oblige J. T. McCrea. Mrs. J. A. KJerstead and Miss Ki vu Thorson have been «piarantined in the Jones cottage with snail pox. Dr. IL B. Tice of Twodot was in town the Iirst of the week on busi ness pertaining to his duties as coun ty health oilicer. What more suitable present can you buy for friend or relative than a year's subscription to the Journal? Like a letter from home every week for 52 weeks for only $2.00. Wilmot II. Wills, Emil C. Marx, and Hoben Klever were in White Sul phur last week. While loading a car of wheat at Ni liill last week Albert Fahnliolz suf fered a broken bone iu his left hand. He went several days before calling on Dr. Gauss bfttdt'is mending nice ly now. ' ! Geo. S. Haynes stopped in Clancy on his home from the Masonic Shrin ers' meeting in Helena last week, and spent several days visiting with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Dolan and daughters, Dora aud Ora, left on Tuesday; fô.t Stockton, Cal., where they wÖr ^eiuT llie lTöl Ida vs"at the lionj£ of Mrs. Dolan's parents. Be forilMreturning Mr. Dolau-çx^eet! undergo a surgical opcratiotf.| $ k A. Art h left on Wednescta'v over, Mo., wlier oliduA with Fratn ap seÄi he fgjdoubmlly in banging some more Missourians ouGjiiere because hi-is wlty* wl » usiisH 1 .....' for for ty the the the of a tic ;'3|eliever in M< Gap;' Mrs. Eva S. Blanchard, a i cousin of Mrs. Cora ClmmberlRi'idnck'Htfllaiii Lawrence, who lias a lipipestfaydiqi 10-17, left on Monday for .her former home at Dodge Center,''itlfnif.*; where she will spend a portiMI'ORIJiiltttl*' ter. spend and rela t rumen t ft: Wfti&lif' Strayed. From my ranch 2 1-2 miles east of Judith Gap one red heifer, branded O—O on left ribs. iu * formation leading to recovery-will be suitably rewarded. C. F. Sullivan. Mrs. Phil Des Jardins and daiiglif ter, Louise, have been visiting with friends and relatives for sometime in Helena and Hutte. They will pôà sibly not return until Mr. Des Jard ines can have their new home ready for occupancy. Dr. P. E. Thompson, dentist 1 ,-Mvilt be here on Saturday. Ottiee withiDr. Gans. .* , j, iltÄJE James Megurîno, an employee V# Ï the G. N., was injured while urittafdi iug a car of coal at the coal aliutes dji Monday. A lever on a goudolji car slipped and struck him iii thq head indicting a deep wound which h'ec'es sitated a number of stitches. A letter from IL *M. Hanson was received this week in which he asks that his Journal be -sent • to him at Ogden, Utah, until further notiee. He says that lie and his family will remain iu Ogden for some time. - /life sends best regards to friends- iu4his section. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lane have moved into the John Dolau home to remain during Mr. and Mrs. Dolan's absence- They had leased their own ! ; 1 home to night forman John Drake and his family before their departure for Aberdeen, Idaho, and when they returned and decided to remain for the time being they were without a home. George I). Kidder was released from small pox quarantine on Mon day. He expresses a desire to thank his many friends through the columns of the Journal for the many kindness es bestowed upon himself and his wife during his seige. FEED GRINDING—See me for feed grinding and wood sawing. Portable engine, grinder, and saw. H. Lawrence. Bob L'eeck who has been tiring out of Great Falls was transferred this week to the Judith Gap-Billings run. Head the Journal ads. IL K. Gibbs who has been in the employ of C. It. Stone on the ranch for the past two years will leave soon for Clara, this state, where he will spend the next few months on his homestead. Among items in the Meagher Coun ty Republican for last week under the head of Court House Gossip appeared the following: Three aliens made petitions for naturalization papers the first of the week before (Merk of the Court Mayn. The petitions were made by Patrick Murphy, a subject of Great Britian, whose residence is Judith Gap, Krikor Sarkis Kalayjian, a subject of the Sultan, who lives at Hedgesville, and Robert Kleyer, a German who lives at Judith Gap. Harry Boulter returned to the city last Sunday and at once started to work at the G. N. depot as usual, lie has not been checked in as agent, aud may not be. Richard Dengan, who has been agent since Mr. Boul ter's departure a month ago, has de cided not to stay longer, and Mr. Boulter does not want to shoulder all the responsibility and grief for a sal ary lower than he can get on the same division at a station which does not have one half the work that is found here. Cashier II. L. Bills received a tele gram on Wednesday morning from Chief of Police Monahan of Jersey City, N. J., saying that Pat Feeley had arrived there ail right, but had been touched for a draft for $418.00 enroute. He requested that the bunk stop payment on the same should the draft be received here. Pat left last week lor his old home. He insisted on getting all cash in stead of the draft, but Mr. Bills re fused to grant his request. It is very fortunate that lie did for if Pat laid received the casli he would have been in hard shape. The man who advertises in the Journal 'wants to let the people know Of hi's'tjustnesfCiP a nusiuess way. ' —Aasen*- -J.f Notice. — - n r Any party or parties Entering upon my land or land controlled or leased gates opened, will be prosecuted to lull el ? rrou, ■ Itranger to'Them. ou ever hoar of snakes in wln 4ft . urojF^ppj^letfvt n«Vi BIN vil 1 e Jy ïjthéih (he. .vfiWilia;In formin' circus to him."—Atlanta Con stitution. i NIHILL ♦ "Did ter?" * Ï dji at /life . to own ♦ -j « .... ,, m ; i»ïiî Ifjioîj . LjrDîîuot*. * (Tôp iate foi* last wéôk.) L^Ati^?£-^hnli6Hfis^alling iy^dr 6f* ! or; Dw Dalltt b : market. L* t U eqijHtataëy TW»th final proat ini* on a fine lUo acres north of Nihill lust Friday. ; 4()i''e.-'HiéHafâBiJri'! l iti^ R"; E. ( v oÿlé~ ; ajre liaujiugtyheafe.fpr A. Faliiihplz.. J• Uny LwKwing• entrained- tor -Hob-' soil last Tuesday, r [. . i ; . ' 11. W. Gmlidnw'superintendent of the Hogers-Templeton lumber com pany, lyas in Nihill Thursday and Friday takipg inventory and perfor ming other duties in connection with his oflWfcP-d-irv A - « ». >♦ Marti#*Hyland' has bfeên ' getting several articles of house Tlunishings wli it-li ha». caused us to ^»ftlieve that lie will iio. longer le^ve us w suspense. Miss Carrie Uliman jpfj. .for tlie east last ; Friday, ' evidently not tak ing notice.oftbe Friday IrtJodao. will make lier first stop at Minneajfc' lis. theucp to Duluth where slie wift visit .wj.th her sister, Mrs. Thus.'J Jewell..* .' * Coi. C. II. Marshall is digging'-a well upon his farm adjoining the tow usité of Nihill. Iieen to car of its N. City, mers the is ered tliis to will eral tion tliis for fort ing the ing the the the a I). ' . Frank Smith uh the Snowy moun tains ia druwiug in his .s.ooo bushel erop of turkey wheat. John Geiken was a Hedges visitor ou Tuesday, The W. T. Nordliud residence lias ♦ ,, 6f* of tlie wift the Iieen delayed in construction owing to the fact that a "dead head astray" car was shipped in here aud the car of finishings for the building was carried on. The Hogers-Templeton company are after the car aud expect its prompt return. Andy 11. Jones, formerly a Hugbv, N. I). banker, but now of Virginia City, Montana, was a Nihill visitor recently. The past season proved to the far mers of tliis vicinity that corn can be raised, matured and produce good fodder. Now the question is being asked whether we can raise beets for the sugar industry. During tlio past season Mr. Barkley raised upon dry land, sugar beets which weighed 8 8-4 pounds each. Government statistics sliow that the average crop of beets is 18 tons per acre and also that a large part of the beets raised are wat ered from wells. Water is found in tliis vicinity on an average of from 10 to 15 feet from the surface. Beets will tiring $10 per ton, and with sev eral acres on eacli farm in this sec tion sown to beets there will be a gross earning of $125 an acre, and tliis on an investment of about $1500 for harvesting machinery. Every ef fort will we trust be made the com ing summer to have large acreages sown to beets as well as corn. With the free seed proposition offered by government no one should miss sow ing an acre at least. There will al ways be a demand for beets for stock feeding at least. The farmer will find a ready market even though the freiglit rates should be so high as to make shipping unprofitable. When the community proves that they have the product iu large enough quanti ties the freiglit will be eliminated by the erection of a factory at home. Clarence Young of Hedgesville was a Judith Gap caller tliis week. He returned Wednesday afternoon to Nihill. Jonn Dahl writes from Fargo, N. I). that lie will soon return to this district. It. E. Edwards and Lester Edwards mane a trip to Harlow last week to visit with Arthur Edwards who is employed there in the depot eating house. A. F. Aim was in town on Tuesday doing shopping and attending to bus iness matters. Noble Lewis of Neponset, 111., lias shipped out his household goods and other personal effects and will soon be housed comfortably in the resi dence upon the homestead of A. C. Ullnian, which lie lias rented for the coming season. He expects the ar rival of another car in a few days. Mrs. U. C. I werks who has been on the sick list is getting along nicely and will soon be about again. John Geiken our local elevator man announces that lie is prepared to han dle all tributary grain. He is exper iencing much less trouble in getting .«pars. C. F. I'ilinau was a Hedgesville visitor between trains on Sunday. (jUrsl. E. P. Ashley passed through ïtoton/on Sunday euroutc to Lewis town. Mrs. Ashley is better known as the postmistress at Hedgesville. She will atteiul to some land office business 'after which she will visit with her sister at Hilger for a few days. Herman Dreesmau is assisting Levyis broythpr^ jtfns week with the huilotfding of TfitfiB'cars. 11. P. Chapman was a Nihill caller Monday, and reports all his neigh bors as being exceptionally good. L. C. Thomas reports everything (Aie otf'bid mmih, with 150 chickens, ^ud .eggtf 50q a dozen he may soon buy automobile^ Smajd pox seven miles north of to writs' causing considerable annoy aoce jn the neighborhood, and those in any way exposed should be care ful Hot to spread the disease aud if possible shoiiid be vaccinated. Healthy City Folks. Life In a great eity does not neces sarily lead to physical degeneration. Tbere died a Iajiiüoii fish hawker about four years ago who could trace his family back 200 years and bad neveç heard of any addition of coun try blood. He died within a few weeks J of ' his golden wedding and ' Wtt twerity-one children, seventy-one grandchildren and twenty great-grand children. None of the children mar ried out of the Dindon district in which they lived, except a soldier son sjqnyho emigrated. The old man plied liis trade until within two days of Ids death and "could pull his bnrrow twenty miles, lie had sinews like a young 'un and not a corn on his feet." lias Au English critic of American man ners says that Aniericnn men do not even know how to "sit up." That may tie, hut it must be admitted that we kuow how to take notice. Only a half dozen women cab driv ers are left In Paris, and six years ago there were twenty times as many. It looks ns if Frenchwomen didn't take kindly to legalized brigandage. When the Christmas Rush is on, do not find yourself saying:...... "Why Didn't I Or der Earlier?" Go Over Your Needs Now! My Store Invites Inspection! WHAT TO GET For Dad, Mother, Uncle John, Cousin Bill, and the Boys is the burning question. Bring your list along. We can save you much worry. Fine assortment of Christmas gifts. It does not matter how much you want to spend we can please you. OLIVER READEL, JEWELER Judith Gap, Mont. I Î K J Harness * Shoe REPAIRING Repairing quickly and neatly done. Orders taken for home made hand made harness N. S. KALAYJIAN Main St. Judith Gap. \ LYLE A. COWAN Notary Public At JOURNAL OFFICE Amazing Disrespect. The reigning Lore in Edinburgh at one time was Professor L., and his fa vorite subject was the north polo. One day he met Jeffrey in a narrow lane and began Instantly to talk of the north pole. Jeffrey in despair and out «f all patience darted past him, ex elaimlng. "Ilang the north pole!" Shortly after Professor I,., boiling over with indignation, met Sydney Smith. "Oh, my dear fellow," said Sydney, "never mind! No one minds what Jef frey snys, you know, lie is a privi leged person, lie respects nothing— absolutely nothing. Why, 3011 will scarcely credit it, but it is uot more than a week since I heard him sjteuk disrespectfully of the equutor!" Useful Things Are the kind of Christmas pres ents to buy. We Have a Large Stock from which to Select c. r. stoneT Hardware and Implement Co. & m WE MAKE IT A POINT to buy the choicest the market af fords. Then we eook and serve the viatuls perfectly. If you want to enjoy a rare treat stop in and have lundi or dinner, here. Wom en who know say that our tine cookery is the despair of many a would be housekeeper. Sullivan's Home-made Bread Rolls, Doughnuts Cottage Cafe Ben Lunceford, Proprietor Motherly Admonition. "Xow, Anne, how often have I told you always to east your eyes down when you are In the street? It makes a good Impression, aud, besides, yon sometimes find a pocketbook that way."— Fliegende Blatter.