The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.) 1909-1920, November 14, 1918, Image 1
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• • • -••••)\1\ - ilt•,.,' • v • 1 016 1 ; 4 ,1.: : ••1 ss. tillineWill'I'lr in Franee, ept. S ,,,•, t! , 4+ pialfins:t1 that morning to S 2, 1918. Dea r Mother : I received your '''' the 11•11111 P °11 °111-a t ell 1111(1 k ‘,.,,„,,,,. „„, v . 161,1 1111 , , waving and most weleome letter, as you know Do You Really Make a a letter from the folks at home cheering 8°11 11.Y111g 11111.(1 to keep / puts newolifo into a fellow over -on smiling throotgli their tears. Worth - While Saving? here. t/ut of the ear windows leaned , /,,, _ w e were eaint „,d t o the wood , the boys to wave a last good-bye. /) Long distance buying is not always as here for four days and wasn't i \ t nv \ a g e • elear-e Y\ ell°111- ,o,,,, '' profitable as it may appear. Your ex - lowed outside all the time we Ir.v btt.r 4 : lw\IIIY a Ilwill alto - „,, press charges, - money order and fee, , we r ,, t h ere, as we were co d s . a get her. And seventeen o r them few miles from the front lino had hit'ver NII$P 1 a night ti\v\ ppstage and stationery may come to al- tromefies, and had to keep under , 1E°' home bs'i(\•'.' . , most as much as you would pay right ,•over as much as possible. (hit .. They are dwelling in a striont.to• I here in town for the same merchandise. , supplies and wa t er h a d It , .i i ,” , land tonight. whose langoage carried to 118 at night : that they \\\\° t \`.\ 1 \ .stai1 ` 1 * , And the time yo,t spend getting your I wa s tin mily tim e we dart‘d veil- 1310. ao , taoss II, moor 1111(1 .41tOW money order, writing your letter and o t ore . on s id e . as we did n ' t want ;o tigOil gto•z0000. v.. oorto trout a boo, \! then waiting for your goods to come American troops were in this '''ll' g\'\i e'\! !1 ,. ' II \ , r l l'11 : 111sm _) ' the enemy. to know tinn the , on the edge \ l: t ! to , \ 1, am ! in. often make the \sight unseen\ method part of ee. Th ee were 4 ,•,._ \ or.. read wny for oeve will m oni of buying the Most expensive. e . „,.. •-) ..- paring tic Fran r a drive in this :part Id' I\ l't \ 1 \iffl. lhe,'\• „ . --'---'• Compare that last lot ;,!, 11 'Amp. , the sentor: th.ol wzis four davs Frit'adshill 'Iwt'us a In\ ' 1 . 111 i I -\‘••.`.. •.il'4, • ...1:_,__,_ • •,,,s• F l i of goods with the ago, \I'ln•y marelted us out of %4•*'O.; II s war‘\ fires hun\\ 1- !0!' • :i!k . ',./. , t.. kindyourlocaldealer there thre e n ights agro . a l low ( i•l'igill this; wilder! Let it to,' po•r-- ! '.T ! Y flar could have sold you two mites (10111the wfmi t s 4 .10 a !'t•elly trie11/10 1111. 1111'11 oveI. 1111•11• ',:t; deserted v ill age to prepare .,\ 11101 ...-ou have bat forgotten. and see if you saved hospital. T n lit was o the 25th •,! ---:o the lilt -n 111a1 1 0 11 3 .•:1 Wi anything worthtte 1. noise Pike 1 1,,, \ro od was „,,,„i„ t4 ito•A et. slept a night away fa•mo I: .e •.! . .7,'..lifol ,,,_. while. 1 it,, , oe \I- !Lt.!'llitig w e h ears ] a V•illI F• ago. were boys who had to an end, 0,,d we knew the latvg, 11 0ille• V:e . our own boys, were t i \ol dog :---- ____ _._ ready t 0 go ovo•r. t he t o op . an d t 'amp laiwis t hat hate e ome _ t ! , } .4.- // 1\- hi k,, - r. i, , ,, mi ,- /o /ii ,, - ,0 . • -'-,',- ii - , • • i i ,///.' • t 1 1(7 Ntirr ,- _di& w,„ i o , v , b eet , t lo r o t ia gh 7 _0 f .. eotirst• t hey do not L ...,,,,,ilitvelizaimmv11,44';, ,, ; %'////i' , iimt prootty busy ever s i n \. w,. h ave stay tong Tht - mir station. , and— _,.: !•_,... _ __. __. __ - r _ t reated a 11.1V Of 0111 . 0W)) ' men i111•1*tr are a lot of t hem t hat 1 •• LOST -A FACTORY HAND; ' , :, , ,!s his bill' ,- ; - - br checCii. • Ma and sent. them back for I t • ea t..; don't get to set), but. I am going, FOUND -FOOD PRODUCER :.'•! :.: least one t;overti:tio , :o meat and rest, and we also have, to try to look over the list when some severe wounds, in the back' We will not stay here very i t( „. i t massa , 4 , 11 „,, :ts 1 .. te ,,,t v . ; , , • - '.,. \1 , e) . •il. , tlisom•st idol) . . 1 :•, ' .;., tie •sti:1 ints time to look 1`01/1' years ag0 11 garde . ti-elub Iv „ Ai , i „ ..I 1 . , l 1 .. . treated some Germans that had we are not so busy. mostly. so the boys must liave long as we are too flit. fi•oon the . w' !!!• had to run like the devil to eateh ' line.; now. Had it is very hard to ow(' otavo. seemed even to an i: ,r the rovitwol We l fa 1••• 'if' his up with I hem. The bovs i ., 1.,. hying t he wounde d men hack to adult a. hard problem. Born in ! Y\:' brnthers iii. it sisters, till_coinfc t,w jwei J ii,mi i iri a:, th„y, .its as. to , , :otn , r i !tist ., so crow d e d Italy, but thoroughly inoeulat ellA i•ing their teachers and w a t e hi n g i . ' .. 141(endeii tO. altlibligh - they---are I -with -Yi!i1 , 11 and. 4ttittmunition witle , American ideas of Ow neees.'-' '!i r P r°14ress ' *factory hand. probahly.toily oung throughi all kinds of hard-, traius. and it fiartrTirt - keep - them 1- sitr- - ----s r h uoir ti tnt .,; *1a4 .... w ,,,,1 ,-; ntotiiO4F4t -one has_ leen 1.QA i i 1 ii . f • b di open as the boys are moving up toldloli ftl•• i •1••! goo (I I 1 ».o li • • • li • Give Once, Enough for All --United War Workers Campaign tanfOr Vol. 9, No. 39. $2.00 Per Year. (Orli v STANFOAD . , - FERGUS COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 191$. Letter From Henry Evans Now in Service in France Tho• following letter from llen-Fri ry Evans, 364th Co.. 316th Said- I INEVER A NIGHT BEFORE tary Train, gives some idea of the AWAY FROM HOME di ftii'uuii's trodcr which the work (By Bruce Barton) is o•arried on. Tio• whole toot!» was gathered 1 • III 4 I . 1! 11 •••• ' WI/ ' TRADE 1-10ME ;,/ Al.o‘ /1/. el/le Deal h hos el:aimed tdroa. moos.' o , old Goal .11111e is most '110111 the Slanforol ! !his Ihr,,iiti ,.. ,,, 1 ,1 ....colonel of the 'mil - leave small ehildren. Itriel odor, greell meadolvs, ml iv notices follow: am i I' , oromise of abundant NIBS. NEItito .! It is the lime of hope. Others Way . 0411)1i Dr( to Ameriea w i t t i. I FF 4 1 • 4 g i ven 10 1 /4.101/trr. Ash di. fr0111 ‘110;1 Ness wits Writ in Nor.: contend the tirst pine,. should hji Iiiishatid. Goodman N , !rho, .11INt the \WaS a i a We all raet lvenetia of alter I heir ou'renoge, four years. i i,,, fa d I . 1 'ere is realization of , ago . Ti loy ratuF . 10 Ir'tregilS ()min- 1 1 1 ,- yii . ar ' t , t iarvi .. 41. l ie i t muc h or I.u - I‘vo !!\III's ago. all I h\ v\ si\e\ little, .hood we :or e all mot... or , then lived in Stamford and Ion i ,i,,i„.,,,b.,11 ii, iii the fru i ts their raneli near 1 1 0‘..r. All's. of the soil. ' Nerho \vas talons ill t‘ ith Spauish , 'Flu.- „.,-,0 Kloarp cold snap, iiintin/a. anti tiled November 1. t h ool d, moderated ;it this writ- s loi l :1;!n i .s e . \‘! 1 ‘ 1 ' : 4 1./. 11 , - er oon i :I ts ( 1 :i 1 : \ :, 1 •1 1 .:ol i r li s i , I ,; ' ,.; ' I Ii i t ', / ;:; i :; :1 ::, ) :„ . ;.\;• :11 1 ;\ . :!, 11 , 1 '' s h o lt r 'i s Ini ii : o d o ' s er . , she NA ,.,-, '..:1 ,\ ears of age. ., iii! ;11111 11 }id Vi' approaching, o TIoo ; 011 , 11 ,1 serviee.... w r re 1•1111- • • I l al' l out I/Y WI:. A l' ' ‘ ' 1 I l a 1.\. '\\I 1 ;:::::: 1 1 1. 1 A r i o gr g ' i l k! lili Ii i i :t i lt i t t il l • P Fo I r i \ 11 : 1 4:4 1.°o:0 . is r :11 - • r..lnaIlls IIII1'I'rell in SIato . \l'i , :•••:I. (loon tio• trouts oof another ool.-111-,% last Friday • • . ‘. ( 1.:' .:! .. 1. : ' , f oo,..•ooio‘. Cores model. - Ale Norl000 it 'Niles ll--: :ta 1 /I' I ' ' lor Ole P 1 1\1112 11 11 1' 1 1 \ 11 'h''''' ....t•t‘ Nk 4'0_ all Illillgr: eOlrillleretl. ,Ifo OA !I lii;“ if! I l k Itt-f-e3Vt•-i.••:.' . ‘•,' il l ! , .‘„,• 1 mus. CUNNINi:11:\ NI :,1ood..o.r''..o‘o•II:1!-: it , , I.' soi r l ' o ' o lI • r i 7Vo ( ao h • i s m , ' ilci le :•:•arah Tiirlo r 15'as ll-,yd 11 \ . r . \ h\ ' h-,\ \Pa •'\I'' iir I*\ :1: Pierce eo ut ut . \Yi s e oli ijp, . 0 .„11 1 11.A'11 - i-. 1 .4o:11.1;1 , -111d low:tools til co iis :P4 years: :if U$1, 1111(11 ..:It•I ''; 2 : 1 • 11 \ 1\:\ . i'' 1 \ 1 11.'11' '0'0111 II Yt'lq . I Ill s ( i - S 'I Sl‘: :-. : t h t .. \ , ' it a i tti l e 91 1 ( \ ). 1 :1 \ :11 1 .1 11 \ i ' l ' i mi l l I i :i I 1 ; I, :. '' ! '' I l l\ Il l: \ :;::' 111.1 1 ; : l ' o ' .. 1 1 1:. :•. 1 /; ( 1 : ) t tnt i tt i i- :: : . :1• • •7 1 1: , A .,, s hiarri ,,, t „, Al. I / . ctilw i nr- .....ono,o. tbro-Aliblz overt/lions yel i ,,,,„ . p ow . Sliiis I i,- iii i ii 11 , 0 „, 10 111 bt• ot/ 11/ pit•tott i itifflii. of , vliniii iliNii , Ili , f i vi 1 1 . 111. hay o•noto appears to ha Vi• i , ig: 1,10‘ .. 1 ago , ' pox. Leo zur ,,, t I Imago better Iloilo I he a ve rd.! _re. I, t h rol -4 . an d it in .,,,I,I . n ' ba b y a ,,,,,,. (,tats and_loarltoy yieldial \V A, 118 - in M s 1;S :00 1 . :1 1 1111 . ( 111 , 11 .. g .11 1111 4 . 11 t 1 , 1 „.\, \1 ;I I st l 1 I s 11. 1 1:::1 ,, ..1 1ii . v it r a I , : e : 1114 8 )) 1 111 11 1 s 11 \ 41 : 1 '' , ( 4 .1 : , 1 ; i0 1. ;:i s t - ror - till) :fito-itt,,,,,. R t .,: Al t . s ,, o d er i Live slowk has dom. well gen- reading the serviee and Of o•ritty,! ';?; . ?: . 1 , Y .,t i ' l l i ) \: 1111 1 111 1 14 ' \\ 41 the will; ines onal(e Hp ill prasoo., 5 Cents Per Copy Past Year Has Not Been So Bad for This Vicinity OBITUARY I owcivo , rocoloths of the !paot•i at least for otherwise lessen - )1 ( 1, i ps am o soon oi ts; ut SI I ,1 S 8 It I while i ;, , , a g ( 000 1 o at i as marringe to flerman stergren. the boys ai•e• going - forward, and, so fast, and it leaves the t•olous et,t1ti ,.. liat'i;e the bosehe running for hi ts open for heavy enemy gun fire. ,i 1 sJade that no Longer t • F) W ,! . !..,,'ti'‘i.',1,111:r,:,,,,,,.,‘,..s,,,sgioi.1_, ..„..,,.., life. I have just learned that my , he le. 1..4111 111 wilt\ ' 111c flittII.! o•olltIral club leader. / 11“111t, if il d ' W V(' Si t y• i • m ade this Owir hoow. , On the raod where we are they, lather is in the Kiog s army in path was to li e toward the toe:oi- i have taken. as I know, becianse 11 the lloYal l'IYIIIg Corps. Philis by factory. I A CALL TO PATRIOTS Ai rs. (1st ergren pass••I I away ; saw t h em , at l east 1,500 pr i son .. It e I 1 s me thatt Earl !Young lil-lieving. because of iris gar- Ii In the June drive for pled Thws , d ,\ Y ! \`\'\ i \ g ' N ' )v ! 1 ' of (ors, and they • are taking them I \ 4 II \a\\lim :s in\ in the °Nhiallee den dub experience under the ati-. to boy ,„, wor saviogg stamps g t1 4 1 : . s : lot i on t. sal nothietiza, and was bur - for the , oeto on St a iirond ee ID el elry M toll - hack into France on every roadl department repairing guini; he spiees of the loeal leader goo j d irop : lo i ). __0,1 Fergus etulnt:' . I day. Nov. 11. Rev. Alexander of- leatding from the front, 80 .you is an expect gun repair mom: al-, Viiitoal State» Department of Ag.' , 0,e,--stiooserionool low ()minty's opioo- i ,.• : ,: ean imagin e how many prisoners so two of my brothers-in-law are rieulture, that lie could earn ;IS ; ;Willi Illg. lie`illeA her hoishaintl in t i„, B r i t i s h arm y, s : 0 ,they have much by potato) raising ouisido) ta of 2.t,V): t•-loinee then a , , , sow leaves twi little boys. aged t.hey have taken. We won't get. portion of tile county War; ViSil ell •• I lye allil Six. W1110 10Se it 11110 her's any official news until this drive the whole family but one, Bert., ' of sehool hours as he eould in a b. . • 1 '-• .• • • I • A .• • : • 1 is over, and you will know alnibst and I don't tldng we will need' I:otetory by devoting his whole ,. ecommtled drought and many in l o ve ;In d mire , as soon as we will right here i if Min after this drive is over the: time, h e finally obtained per- ... t na t portion eannot buy the - the d r i ve i s success fu l we w ill way Uncle Sammy is sending the; mission from his father to tor it. =hint of their pledges. Other's . CHURCH NOTES have a good start toward Ger- , , many, and that Means a great deal to us all and I feel that it's going to be a big success. e next swing the stipeini- , • If you filmic) see the boys that, mg along dandy so far. rv 1:f 'I ) /IF Will the ti•ar in a collie through' the hospital and Lovingly yours. SONNIE. tenden( let him have land to) use 111 . I Thanksgiving season is with ry toraCtical manner, hitt You • • o hear them talk in the condition tor a large garden. . To 10 boys ' e - • - 11h agd.11, 1111(1 wit 11 11 1111. I) , at I Will help stk,v e the good name of we . • • have all been so patientIV they are in you would feel as- Notice to Teachers -and School he had selected from the upper 1„, sured, that this is going to be a In November Ii guu 101151) - $150,000 worth of -... ward to a Thanksgiving serviee oxionst o get well and get into it again. I haven't met anyon e I know as yet that has been brot in with the wounded, although there are a lot of the bays from fl • stamps than they agreed to m menet. on the following Sunday, Trustees grammar grades he made the drive -worth while; they are all By ot•der of the County Health proposition lion' and o give a ga d d t ' each t. ... ii stamps must loto . bought, a h nd the on that day, a . service , in . keooping tio» to pay so much an same amount in Demon hi' m', or with the occasion. For kill par - plot. The following excellent ad-! Fergus comity i:eople will fail vice he offered to them in adoli- Genial -to see next week's paper. to meet, their obligation to the tion: - If you are going to quit, Government. quit now while it is cool and not ' when it is hot next August:. As a patriotic duty we beseech „„ ' you to help put Fergus count By fall he had decided that over the top. S. J. SMALL, - • enough could be earned in the ' • summer to enable him to a'tenol Conoty Director. • i high school and the agricultural __- college later. Now a junior in Too Much t45 Ask. ! ' thu high school, he has a goo d_ \Would you advise a boy to study ' sizt41 hothouse under lease, where the classics?\ he , raises cabbage, eittoitiow ,, e. . \Yes if he has the time. But It anti tomato plants: seems ! hard to expect him to take , he ow \ ill i tots mind off what's going on right ' anto truck to liandie his Pl'Ort now and go away bar* 16 the fall For ! 4111C -e; has a bank account and' 'Prot..\ boys over here. .0 su was c la s11111- more fortunate must make up If !who°, opens next Monday Well. mother, I have several mer that his father Wat4 willing hese amounts 11 )111 in more • t Ye' the elturch serviees will eon'- . mole tenets to write anti must- he should enter tin' close. Ant feeling fine and get- in the fall. 'I --------- - - - --- -iliac. lf von do this you NVill not Ni vem b er 24 Officer, Dr. A. W. Deal, all schools closed because of the in- fluenza will be allowed to re- open on Monday, November 18. Nelle L. Fahey, County Supt. \ 000000000000000000000000000 000000 000 WATCH US GROW 000000 • 00 000 'COMPARATIVE STATEMENT Date Nov. 1, 1914 Nov. 1: 1915 Nov. 1, 1916 .., Nov. I. 1917 .... Nov. 1. 11118 Deposits „$ 95.190.9:t 97.73.65 , See detailed statement to ov. 1, 1 918. published ill response to call of - tit le lianking Department of AIontana, on another page of I his week's World. / 4 Basin State Bank • Stanford, Montana CApita1120,000.00 Surplus $10,000.00 War Note --Are you foregoing personal luxuries? 0000 0000 00000000000000000 0 00 o. 0 FOOD ithLES — CHANGED The toolooson t a changes are made on Food Administration Rules and flegula• 1 tions in Montana, effective after date: o Sugar Allowance - • The \honor ration\ of sugar for consumers has been raised from two tolliree pounds per person ner month, l'hirty days' gupply may now be purchased at one time. Wheat Feed— - The - rule prohibiting the sali• .or use of wheat for poultry and other feed hits been cancelled. \De Luxe\ Cream-L rale protomithog 1114•1• ,, `rein. \1 taming 211 per (tent or mere l'aIerfat Sugar for Canning- ' 16.i:tilers no longer alboseil to. St!!! ,I.:!! lug pm•poses, consumer , ' allowance o t f ,• OI-.- allow for the swo•etenina f:11:1 , put up'witimuo last- s nootier. -e r THE UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINISTII/MON Alfred Atkinion; Adminlitrator for tolnnt:em. BOZOIllatt, ftlelll41111 \no / amber 5, 1918 • 0 00 • 0 000000000000 „! -veer (Tenni eon - ,t. longing for. We are looking for - BUY THRIFT STAMPS lug re(tirtis. A ttn i e R., ) , 4 0 )Firg Wa s burn , ( - oat olo y l iti o • s gr oss in e0MO Noel h :to .veiles ago. She from it s var i i ,1 604 SII01)111 11/0V with her pare') .. s.. to Min.', h e t r es i vr th an Il it s s y ersgo , fin d itescottfr-whooro, she _wall muted ur have reason therefore to re - joie(' that we are -faring ti - s - ft'elt — (IS We dq. Partiettlarly so when we emirentplate thoo lot, of the less fortunate, Business moilinces in fair vol- ition. batil«leioosit s are very ; 44illisfactory, and on the whole the season's returns ought to be the cause to ». emigralulation rather than regi•et. 'rho) expenditure of one's earn- ings is a fine test of eltaraeter, and as it eonuminity at least we have rendered reasonably ac- ceptable accounting of our stew- ardship for the year passing in •eview. many obligations ineident to the prosecution of the Aver to a successful Co nomination IV' VI' al beell la bY Stanford loomionit . ‘ in 0 matoner eat:. •g •ooth the approval of (hose in eliarge throtigh the year. Alto - e 'flier, everything vonsidered, It 1.1. , 'Feel) a year of much profit, „ .1 we should look forward to 'H. President 's Thanksgiving ./oelainiation with the most pot amant and tottisfactory antici- ; t W. S. H. 000 0000000000 00 • 0000 000000000000 000000000000 • 0 Liberty Bond Subscription Due MEMBER FEDERAL ihSSEImVFI SYSTEM The second payment on your FOURTH LIBERTY Lti - AN SUBS - ORA - MON, aniOtinting to -20 per- cent! will be clue on November 21st. I hive you matte putt' mainrettittion to the I\NrrEr) WAR. WOlni 11 . ND !The ltttv.c need ! this aiol as inue i t as 11,,, y tI I iS o. LI ud ;:rt • l oo kin g l o y oo Jo S11111)1111 111111i -iv '-First National Bank of Stanford Ccipitaranti Surpiii..; $50,000,00 SAVE FOR NEXT LOAN 000 0 00 41I 0000 00 0 )(7 . X•Xt . ko)(iX•Yet'i.• 0 0 8