The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.) 1909-1920, October 24, 1918, Image 1
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• :‘ : ... ,1 5 1 11.1 111 X 41 71 11 \ 44 4 10 4106,1011411401014 • • Vol. 0, No. :al. $2.01 Per Year. , STANFORD. FERGUS COUNT Y, MONTANA, THURSDAY, ta - \I'OBER 24, 1918. Milk Cows and Pitch Hay, To Back the Nation's Guns HOW ROUTINE TASKS BE- COME VITAL TO AMERI- CA'S WORK TOWARD VIC- TORY FOR THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM — FARMER IN- STRUCTS HIS MEN This is the story of how one farmer. hampered by poor help and a II 11111111 labor situation, tied his buiittess in with %vat. needs and won out. Milking cows dud pitehiug s hay for so many dollars a 1114)111 Ii are htill jobs, but milking COWS ant! pitching Inty ;o win the war are rhogashei. different proposi- tions. He is the owner of a dairy farm not many miles from a large city and from several Army cantonments. His dairy supplies milk for the Army. He mg to d o. hampered by the \turnover\ of his labor. 'Many agricultural labors are in the habit of shifting their jobs. Some do not like to stay long in one place. Others may work a few months and then go to the city. spend what they have earned, and look for work (somewhere else. All these con- siderations make for a waste of time at critical hours, a waste in breaking in new men, and a big waste in lack of interest in the Work. It struck ;this young farmer that it would be good business for himself and the country if he minimize this loss. One hot evoning, not many months ago, while the men were lounging under the treea, the owner of the farm got his talk- ing fiiiteltit. 'tot, on porch an& 'Yed it'Over There\ and \Good..by-e I I _ France!\ Qtveations followed, The result is amazing. -- The and presently the farmer found himself talking' to his men about the war. Ile began to tell them of the western front and the difference between the Hinden- burg and the ?<Ai' method of at- tack. The men seldom read the newspapers, so he conceived The idea of a bulletin board news poster. Upon it he pasted type- written abstracts of the day's war and sporting news, the happenings of the farm, and short editorials having to\ do with both local and patriotic subjects.. Once a week now he holds his open-air forum. The milk from the farm goes to engineers and to marines their respective ing smoothly and without Erie - camps. It is a vital food, espe- loll. eially in the hospital. He drills The United States Department into his force this fact—that if a of Agrieulture passes on to oth- man eannot get into a uniform ers the record of Shis.man's ex - himself he ean fight the hun periettee and success, not with 'feeding the men who can. the idea that the plan is appliea- s gi s si s tiii .„ an d p i ddi t .i ty I ' m . i n _ One of the farm workers had lila 4sarywhere, hot that it may r„ rinat i on rt . g „ s ,1 two _ been an aviator who was injured Itel l 4 ethers tot hink out a pro- s i s i„ ns o f 'h i . 1 „.„ 1 ,.,,,„1 1„, 1 „. 0 _ in service. Ile told the f ano grim ts -nit their own , needs. e i t ti na f i nr t h e. r „ \111ANA/1A\ 1/uring the spsiti4)-Aintsitsst AVM' the W0111 - .M111/111a .. 11110 .1 1 11it,' universal maniac as tyjifying the Spanish custom tti' touting off everything until \I i.1311'01V.\ the third title' we ant (Obliged to put off pub- lishing the list or bond buyers i'10141 others1 ()wing to the ;Os settee of the local chairmaii, st e r e dish, I sts t % vas ea n e d ess t by the of his Itrother. _As A- '.441411 as he returns the lists-oill Will prob- ably be next Aveek. 4 0 , r,Y Sts MOH 1111ADE MtRCISOiDat, See Your Local Dealer In your search kr bargains and savings you can often (.0 IA tight here at borne. Our local dealers frequently undersell the c:.:alog houses and give you just as good values. And many times they can give You much better qmiity for the same money you would have to send away. So when you have -elected the article you want, go to yc local merchant and see what he has to offer. faniily at weekly meetiogs about ... \hedge hopsl• and \spiral' ,' ni dips.\ A 4 %median from One or !„ a ; the camps came down and reht- 1 r 1 al tell his experiences at the front. 1 ( - - - kila 1 Men from ot her war work tell 1 11 12111 o It takes little effort the story of what they are try -1 r _.- l r i l 0. . Ati, to do this and may has found his output continually ., , ; t . pr\ 11! 4 a .,....:.....:• result in real savings l'oeit the farm owner began to •:,i,hiaiir.. experiment still fort her. At the 'AT HMI — of money, time, as his part of the farm profits.; f /i l i to each man over and above his; /. ,h end of the month he turned over , m , ri a, 1 wages a $5 war savings stamp! :/// // lr e \- -:l pointment. trouble and disap• NV/ co-operation (amid t he veld ure . ...././ Ile expuained 1 hat only by close I :,.7.7 /0 i / ///, , ,, ,, .. gave additional' prizes to t he 1 M 1 (NA be made a sttecess. Ile got ttel 4 / g i Pi / / MN 7/F/MORNMSSA 0 dairy inspestor to pick the best ; kept sections of the horn and , inett in charge of them. Ile of- alady Claims Mr. iiillhouse (tired premiums for ideas show- ing how the work could be done ., ------- .Sommtniteations from_ the R4' 1 i li e :Master*** work. ,Ind no . saeri- better or in . leas time, I Alr. Brown of Motteasin has jlist I ficee was too great for. t - belo to The men woke up to an inter- reached me to sa,v that our (rear I make. Thus far they \have alss ,. ii,....i.i . .. III . 1i... . ,.. \1.'110 , Is !, ::, . 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I \ 11111 ' 1 ' 4 ' S. is being install \' a '' thi l -s i e Is or I g h tl ' tii m z i a m ti l t i :» I M -1 11 1 i t a il l el.. ;:l i nk i ta ral i ii; , 11 Y , 1 1 ,T ot li r sg ib i‘ h:; oz das Hi,. 1 r oe I he splendid morale of the Atnerienn pithlie will have been! A\\\'i\;'\ ar-Ini.sis. _General l'et.-_ terms with I ,iiiits in a reeent leiter emollient - !t i n! , ;1 , 1 -ii g e tt i.i o d d i s m i l a t ..; i t u k )s ii , i , g aild „hallo._ iog .fil oh. „ no, or diese agril,. . 0.s est in the farm. Most of them fr i t , n d . Ai r. Hitis otiss. passe s ! isitig h t a gs ,,,d ri g h t •• an d h t , h as to I hi ,'ht _es emirs... with joy, 1 1 ,;:;: )r st i : t o . ii i . 0 ( ;. iil i i ii 1 :: 1. 1 k ) :, ilii i l : g .fi g ir i v ni lit i :,;! . li i :4 1 :::1 \ e ll if is O ilii l :. ' 0 11 1:1 11 1. i . t.$ )\ ( t s i th ill o i::18 51 t 111 s . 1:: - ) 'tad lived from bond to mouth all atvav, after tt brief illness with ti i I I I i their lives. - Th(iy began to in- .4, 1 ,„„i sh i„thi,.„,„. on w e a ties _i H av i ng so 1.,.„(siik Ii 1111441 to 1 sew -h ie d not a imiii , \suntan ot . said, \ I ,m %'l- toe 111111' 1111'11 who Vest in war savings stamps. day morn i ng of th i s wpsic. Mrs.' 110 songs of Zion which lie sang have a hut to mpend their even - Some of them started savings Hillhouse and little Bernice itre ' , •o sweetly i n thus p l ass , i t i s ehild of reading age in the int- (..SASS 1 '. 1 , hard to believe even now that his tion will be left uninformed of ing' in and I %y in hay , ' s hit'Iler what is t , xpectimt of i l i tti ot . het .; fighting forts; than ten men accounts.' They erowded aroilml both dosvn with the Koine li eaelt esv bulletin to see what After the elose of their, ,tens. light is extinguished. Though battle in northern PERilee. GeiSellheiller returned to Chiea:, the midst of a useful career. his Roy, the Rev. - Zktr. t. ,tft of iii the morning pf •Ijfe, in \viten the roll is called. There i would hi' willtoitt it i will seareely be one of the thou- III.. Jolin R. Molt, director 'sit '. -;are /Ming in the big meet i ng , at aml has since been harvesting From.this and kindred eases one sands of publientions, from the general of the United War Work go, but Mr. Hillhouse remained, influence, no doubt, will live on. 'leer Moccasin. lie and his fain , ' thing \at least is dear. namely. tiewspaper at the bera k fast table t t l y a ,4 1 . 1 ii t p ty aig i.,111 ) , ie say b s t : lh : o ' i lf ( ii t ol ir at zort t l i t ) ily had planned to make to your ''favorite periodieal\ boys under arms next future hoine in Montana. f i lTl i t i t . 1 t I b i a ll t the t t lt ree d: o e f s l i t a f t e t l i t s lw ‘ . ‘ as i tit he ‘ l y e a c i i t 1 syhiP 11 \ 11 .. 1 II:) , I iln , vt. saint: . ref i t:is keep 4)111. Wise. l'orns t mas ron eau. • year surely it is ivorili a hundred t a ra i d( 8 1 e t v e i t i t It t 3 itir C1.111 to their fight - millions mu! more God has seen tit to.plan it, other -I In the full vigor of health, ito 1114., ii (41\ Ii) the He Was b orn i tt missour i ations (1-.)arilime(el of manhood tliOlevel:IllishhiC'nr Ii'll:1:1314:1:4;.:(111tht;4:1131.t1118(01fil:listtoii(°1)011118 il l' i lm t li . 4 1 ( . 11 t 1( o elei l li t li tt i :i s :ix t ' il t : ing edge to bring victory ten per this year. The gold of general eent nearer. This iv the appeal trienthership is regarded as tar of the seveu united war work better. and in the belief of the agencies to America and pestle- mann gets t hroughout t he coon- iiliudly to those four milliOlt homes where (service flags fly. \Viewed am a total sum, $170,- )(10.00t1 seemm gissilitie, but di- vide it by the four million men who will he under anns in our army and nays. (hiring the peri- od ml is expeeted to eover and it on Friday. Oct. 25, at the 111.41 I rowli. Everyhod.‘ „me.. 4i n t: i .:(ti i ss wi le7t i ltitii lift; en 'emits a farm activities have speeded up to war -time efficiency. Instead of \chucking\ their jobs at the end of it 11101Ith 01' two the inen feel that they are a part of the farm family. They see that no part of the farm work can be neglected without dragging on 25 years ago, and was a graduate: well, but .1e9114 loves! him hest. the whole. Whether - a man of the Musical and Theological; raises feed or milks cows or gets departments of the Moody Insti-I Servant of fool well done. Its glorious wai fare 'Ili past. • the milk to market, he cannot tute of Chicago. With some lit -I the whole output. his faithful wife worked their! won, rms. is try. will offer an even greater The battle's fought. the get lazy without handicapping tle assistance from home he and 1 For the first time in their lives way through (taboo!. And thou art erowned at last.\ localities. idtaime for rivalry in the various the men are really thinking; Their heart and soul were in - R. A I•EX A NI ER and they are thinking in terms of patriotism. This partiehlar farm, a cog in the machine that State Owned Elevator to is going to win the war, ia work - 13e Voted on Novell - 11)er 5 ')1' \lit.\I's be1 lStirelv there is no father or held and all members should be mother or frielid ofa soldier in his great count ry who will say that fifteen emits a day is too ! moth too spend 081 his church, his home. his library. his theater, Comfort stud ectitessy nshe slid his (dub I nappy homes. You eel both les; _ itig Cole's Hot Blast Heaters. II 'iimmiiiiittth - 401 Led P.tgej @coo ) etteds to he used for the tase _.•,t.yt t o,i4A0,:.. • • 0 0000000000000.000•00 00 000 5 Cents Per Copy r United War Work Campaign For Funds Next on Program t o obt a i ti leo market . , gartleas . to 41 ; rset such ael iv!' les at a s BE PROVIDED WIT!! MON- Sr-VEN ORGANIZATIONS TO t ‘ il s il . 'riv V, I , h , l - l t s o il l t it ; 11 4 1 1: ', ,s il4i , n i t il'i s i til ' ITi 1 . 1 .:- 1 . - r,v FOR YEAR'S WORK IN 1 h l t , st , „,, ar a,,, ss t o ts . iisetail a il. t DRIVE NOV. 11 TO 18 -IN- mhos-111;g , ..\ .11 1l , lil'tll , and I ' ''' CIUDES ALL BUT THE RED been or twal'i 1 \a I '`'i'vi c c; ! I CROSS. slake es ., a .ii.•:1 ,I.;;,., ,, 7 ' ;, 11 . 1, ,N1 . agres.1 that fate; , serfs is 4 , 4. of the best rt ;tors .' -,,•. I ; 1.ac paii;-. , t. It•twev,•1•. • • • Local Red Cross Notes The Red Cross will tarot again present. I liaries Court tit•y donated k.:\1 to the Red . Cross this week. Numerous inquiries IlaVe Item interest and redemption of the ieeeived by tilt. Department of terminal elevator hood; I o ease this reeeilits of the ele;ator fund ars not stillieieat to pay the semi-ammal interest on the bonds fol their 14-dentption ,it is .ters.ssorai;arsr.s.ssr=ssar• the tuitional of •Y ; .'2:).),(sal the sro- provided that there snail 1st 1,4%. it-ui-a lox loa f 0111•-11:111 - • 1)1' biliNtillg Or a termitml wi null ou ;10. II 'ho' on .11 WWI, • ele;ater at fretit ! re- iscri s idfura1 I l l -li,ll'_I'', s 1 1 j i t ox • Spt!!! o 10 1 t.• it1 , .11i1 • .111- 10 ht. paid i's!to the -; :oat el, ' un- !COI 1' U1 0.`11•11-1,1 t1 • ..101' til\..1 • 11.1 WO' r v of ill, .! !, 01 . O F , '11 ' 101,11,“.1 ,‘.1 Iit.\ ( . !1 • 4 . 1ig):1 10 1,1' 111 ; '114 lhi IfOntiS 41.01 .1. ' r Will 1)1 . 1111 ., 11111 1 I ;I\ ,itt-roof. • • xoot-t of roe sitlie II' • ' 4. ;4 ..!;- may to • of approvit the lair air \t led ;AI lie fist s • the iv.itar. of bond: . 1; lats. ovsys os.• suitled to 'ts to '1 is 1,11.1 ; 1.11 s ma y do . 0 ;' sue:lion t• I' . • 1..stl u i the ;11.1a-,‘ .1 114 .v. • ,t. ; het 000 0.00 t% 'ss,,,Tss ss s ts, Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds 1. `;'%••veg awk. z z.. , :t. PAST DUE First Payment • •Iteferring to tile apPlieation 1 !Ott you - signed for • Fourt ill,iberly Loan Bonds. y4111 are direeted to call at onee at. the Bank through which you made your . subscription and make the initial payment. of .• 10 per vent slue thereon. Basin State Bank Stanford, Montana Capital $20,000.00 Surplus $10,000.00 REMEMBER — Many brave boys are dying in France for us . 1)000000 • 000 0 00000000000000000000000000000000 0000000 0 00 0 , . American - -- . ti:111. 11011111 01 1:% j'H ;,'1 !!, t Nue thesestninds. Thr• ''-' • --- 1 li0111 Ill'05-1ile5 thili 1 11 , - - , - 1.. , 1 . , in denominations of :1 7 , 1.ft , , 1 , ,- : 1') (0111e ;lite in ten sfatst i';', la' • R ed. Cross ' date of 155110. 111141 ro • , ut . , able and payable at the - ill of the state ;it- any time ;Cr ' liV\ YearS. 81111 1/0ill . ittici , at ; the rate ot` live per cent 1 ,, ;111- ,1111111. .1110 1011E1 il SCCI 1011 01 . Hi,' IA IV I proyilles Ilial the State 110.-.1 of , 1.'•saminers shall inalie a's' , , sge • of not more than two and .;11e - half eents per bushel for s Ain stored in the terminal el'-, ior, and the Money so reeeiNa.41 . ;ler t»tyin g the expense of maisten- /lime s shall be credile(1 to 11 tend (lesigtiated as the terminal ele-• i valor fillet this fund to be ased exclusively in the paymeis of • . ,, s 1 • 1 , •i k!orc t tl to the lied • • Cross concerning t5ottiol..(1 the Ameri(sm soldiers - carry a great to efficiene‘• of the Anteriean surgeons. Eigitly-one per (4 , 111 of the 101'11 are able to taiturit ttu ser;iee. 14 rat. sent lac discharged. ;1.1,1 ;111111 1 1 :I per etait dis of their injuries. * * I -The vegetable gardens for eon- valeseent soldiers at the Ameri- can army hospitals in Framte hay,. pl'OVC(1 o stweessful that the American fled Cross has sent repre - sentative to this e011 11 11'Y • • 000 .00.00 First Paynzent on 4th Liberty Loan -amountuig to , per cent of sub- - seription ivas due Oet.1.9111 and azus . paid immediately memnEnt FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM First National Bank of Stanford Capital and Surplus $50,000.00 SAVE FOR NEXT LOAN 00000000000000000 000000 0000000000000 0000000 0 0 0 • 0 - • •