The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.) 1909-1920, August 15, 1918, Image 7

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c.„ TBZ STANIPORD WORLD .•;.4 4 1 4 0 2 0 0000000000000 000000000 00000C 0000 0 0000 0000000 The Flor:h leXSOle will give you greater com- fort than any shoe you have ever worn. Black Kid uppers and flexible, easy - to -bend soles make this \Natural Shape\ Florsheim as comfortable the day you put it on as an old shoe. Come to this store and be correctly fitted in shoes that will give you the utmost satisfaction. <4 . 41,D 5 1 14:*„ • --, [ 1 : ! t otit CIA St10 , 30000000000000000000000000 Harvest Special Men's U. S. A. Work Hats $1.75 Something New Just received a new wrinkle, the \Rotary\ Drop Seat \Coverall;\ .its got 'em all beat; .for the harvest field they are just the thing, cool and comfortable $4.50 Priced at Ladies' Hose Ten dozen Ladies' Hose in black and tan, regular .15r and 50e sellers: 110W .25c and 35c Silk Gloves . Ladies', Kayser Silk Gloves in blaek, white, g,ra.% and tan; 7:4 -to $1.75 OtTE-FOURTH OFF Ladies' Silk Skirts No skirt quite takes the place of silk one On a warm summer day. We still have a few nifty styles in our line. Regular $9.00 to $18.00 values ONE-FOURTH OFF Ladies' Waists in Georgette and Crepe de Chine: colors, white. flesh, maize. Prieto; $3.50 to $6.75. 'ONE-FOURTH OFF Dulchess Trousers We have them in all sizes and prices $4,00 to $6.50 And they are still sold under the famous mon- s:1y• back guarantee: 10c if a button comes off, 50c if a waistband rips, $1 if they rip at the seat or elsewhere. . The Lee Union all Carharts and Osh-Kosh Cover Ails Just the thing for the harvest field ITS FALSE ECONOMY to use old, worn-out machinery. Save the grain and help win the war. We carry in stock complete the following lines: John Deere Binders, Mowers and Rakes. Dempster Stockers and Bull Rakers. Plymounth Binder Twine. BASIN TRADING CO. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00000000000 000000 000000000000000000000000000000 00000 0000000000000000000000 Dr. J. Lebovitz CALL PHONE NO. 26 Stanford, Montana Resident Deputy State Veterinary Surgeon Dr. F. B. Reiner VETERINARIAN Office at Leslie's Livery Barn Mot% Veterinary License No. 76 _ _ .... I 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 o !. o o 0 o o M. R. Thompson o •o . 0 Watchmaker and Jeweler Will Re Located at 0 0 0 Harvey's Drug Store 0 0 0 Beg inning - MONDAY, AUGUST 19 0 0 ALL WORK GUARANTEED 0 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000 Dr. H. 0. Moore DENTIST Office Over First National Bank Stanford, Montana E. 0. Wardem U. A Gribble WARDEN & GRIBBLE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Practice in all the Courts and U. S. Lantl Office Old First National Bank Building LEWISTOWN. MONTANA GEYSER HARNESS SHOP Regair work of all kinds. Shoe repairing, a specialty Harness washed and oiled for $2 a set. Send us your work and we guarante satisfaction. PRICES REASONABLE M. M. Brown Geyser, Mont. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LI The Town and Vicinity Or\ \i9b TRY a Miller tire this time. SERVICE GARAGE Paul Fisher of Great Falls was in Stanford Over Sunday. A new piano was installed- at the J. A. Slimly home this week. Mrs. Homer Haney and two children are here froin Lehigh visiting relatives. The editor's wife and children are visiting .Rev. and Mrs. Ire- land in fleystiol: a few days. Miss Ada Leslie, our telephone operator, is taking her vacation this week, visiting relatives at Square Butte. Mrs. Higginbotham and two children left. Monday for Kansas City, after a short visit. with Mr. and. Mrs. #1. Rouen. Word VAS received Sinola t y that Byron'Co»rad, a former res- ident of Stanford, had enlisted in the Marines and was now on his way to California to enter camp. FOR SALE . No, 1 A seed rye, free front foul seeds. This rye was grown on new ground mild parties want- ing exceptionally clean, plump rye for seed will do well by drop- ping me a post card and giving inc the amount of seed they will 'Want. 8-4 A. G. GILLESPIE, Stanford Jasper Evans spent Sunday in Coffee Creek. MILLER tires art good tires. All guaronteed. SERVICE GARAGE ins Genevieve Burgess is -vis- iting Mr. and Mrs. Perry est- fall this week. Mrs. 0. .1. Galt . spent a few days out at the J. L. Denhart ranch the first of the week. Mr. II. J. Sprenger of Taeotha, Wash., came the first of the week to make an extended visit with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Remer. Bev. and Mrs. Ireland of Gey- ser were in town this week, Mrs. Ireland having some dental work done. P. J. Osweiler, vice president of the Bank of Fergus County of Lewistown, was, in Stanford on Wednesday. Miss :Mary Matejek spent Sun- day at her home on the ranch. \II. I). Livix was tip from nesford the first of the week. Mrs. (herald 1)eneen went to g Goo l Falls the first of the week. o THE ..szervire Garage received a 2 shipment of Miller tires 2 iii morning. Ilrs. George Volkel and little og etra 1`1, a re spending it few ,\„•:) oeeks lit Missoula with Mrs. 0 Volkel's mother. g 44,0, myes of great Falls,. g traveling auditor for ow 1..8,0-1g , NI. to 11'600 of Straw. eantii-jg dateolor nomination for t'otiitty is 1, 1 4 0 ., 1 . 0:1111sS111111.1' 011 1/v1100 1'111- o. ie tieket. was Stanford Thurs- g 0 Th„,,,,,s00 of Arrow g 1ov-r4'oted one of the wiiiilmvs Ill g Drag Store 111111 Wi ll g do rine Jewell. ) . nod watch re- ; g pairing. 11.s. F. A. Weeks ratite down g frwo I ;reat Falls Salitrilay to at • 8 lend the (knee with her sister. 31 is Josephine Ryan. returning Sunday. El ova i or CI) 1111)1) was in 0 (\Iv0 a rew daYs last wvek• Nhss Mariella Coda hay and Anna 11dH„ who have been spemling the past few weeks at Soriug Brook Farms. have re - throe(' to Great Palls. The school board has deeided II, repaint the interior or tilt' sellout Imilding before the open- ing of sohool, which will be on Toesda.r . , September 3. Carl Baimigortel. of Havre, Alont o filed MI 80111e laiol in the VAS! part of he 114115 4'01111 t y through the office or C. S. (!00,_ missioner Hawk this week. Mr. and Mrs. ('a ii Aamold, whose home is Oat Olt I Ii rural 1'01110', a re rejoicing ot er, birth of a son, who arrived oil Almighty. August 12, weighing in at Ii pouuds. A nice crowd enjoyed the dancing party at the City Hall Saturday evening. The pleasure Wits enhaneed by the exeellent ionsie of the well-knowo Cites - vent orchestra. Alexander and wife, of Ilastiiigs, Nebraska. am't' visiting their nephew. C. C. Alexander, roe a few days this week. They expeet to go from here to the Coast to spent! tile winter. Airs. J. I. Hammer and Mrs. P. W. Lester returned Sunday after a week's visit with friends in Ifreat. Palls. Their Inoshatols, oetting tired of \bitching. - went f t heill in I he Lester ear. I, S. Thill, manager of Spring Brook Farms eomoauy, went I)) Great Falls this week on a busi- ness trip. He was aceonolanied by Mrs. Thill, who will visit with friends and relatives in the (\alls for a time. A. G. Gillespie was over front rilS8 Range this week making final proof on his homes•vail be- fore U. S. Commissioner Ilawk. Be has leased the drug store at Grass Range and says the crops in that seetion are looking very good. The Set -win' Garage has asked permission of the city It) INV the toiefint building next to the pool hall for automobile storage 'inv- olutes. A meeting of the Commit was held Wednesday evening but 110 deeision was reaehed in the matter. The ('VIII) gel ist who have been holding tent meetings here for the joist three, weeks have left for Roy. where they will conduct a series of meetings. and probably a series at (Edger also, after which RCN'. eisenheiner will re- turn'to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. IliPhotuie, whit have charge of the music at the meetings. are idanning to stay in Montana, and are ready to assist any pastors who wish their services. They make the song service a very in- teresting and helpful part of the meetings. WANTED— high school girl to do light house work in exchange for board. Enquire al World office. Mr. and Mrs. S. K Beatty and LAND daughter of/ Great. Falls visited Ia \ill at the N. B. Matthews home the lat I o f l Y t o )r \ 87C I k l (lc sell ; 1 4;7 it'mt It t'ii'st of the week.. , Watson ,the Land Man, 109 Cen- There wilt be another dance, Intl Ave., Great Falls, Mont 9-1 at the City Hall Saturday even-' ing, August 24. Same orchestra, same price, and saute good time as at the last one. a • FOR SALE A No. l Turkey Red seed wheat. Apply to Mrs. Sutter, 9 miles northeast of Stanford. 8-4e FOR SALE Turkey,. Red fall wheat for seeding purposes. Parties want- ing clean seed wheat of the finest onality• eon drop me, a post ,card an0 advise me as to their wants. This wheat was growls on new 8-4 Advertise It in THE WORLD soil.. A. G. GILLESPIE, Stanford 00000000000000000000000000000000000p0000000000000000g HARVFXS 0 0 Drug Store 0 Beauty tie ▪ rare of iiii• skin elderly the skill. 'Ti,,• re,ide•: should therefore form alt important part 4)1 every is onian 's COMBINATION CREAM JONTEEL noorishos, softens nod whiions thy skin anti oro_ toots it against the weather. Ii is a 1st) a 1)4•1'ret . 1 base for flute powder and it does not grow I m o , . Perfumed with the vomit\ tietv izilor of 26 floss 1'1'',--Joid eel. NVonderliilly refriodotig. 55 Cents The Reliable _Rexall Line 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000003 . • • . . 4 : Are those who are getting : . . t . their winter's supply of coal i . stored up NOW. i ! . : Prices Are Getting Higher . . . . • I Coal Is Getting More Scarce i • . : Protect Yourself and Help Your Government 1 • • i By Buying Your Coal NOW I \Quality\ Frank W. Lester ! Stanford, Phone 40 \Service\ Montana. i 1 .....................t.. ......... *41.- Wise and Patriotic Don't Dig Up the Crank If your ear will not start without eranking your lialteov loos! be weak. Bring il in mid let us charge it for you. We have ;i voinplete outfit to make your battery as good as new. Separators Acid Distilled Water on hand all the time. Y01/1' battery will reeeive prompt. attention if shipped to us soil will be ehsrged as quickly iii pOSSibk. We have batteries for your ear while your 's is being charged. Why send it to Lewistown or Great. Falls when we can duplieate their PHONE FORD GARAGE PHOl6NE STANFORD, MONTANA CY_Ntera's ConfeC e tionery and ICE CREAM PARLOR Sodas and Sundaes of All Flavors Fresh Candies and Nuts. Everything / clean and new. A fine place to spend a half hour ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES Great Falls Hotel . GREAT FALLS. MONTANA FITZGERALD & FOSTER, Props. EUROPEAN PLAN A First -Class Cafe Connected

The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.), 15 Aug. 1918, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.