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.411 a year oropore to 'bring our boys , 11 I I\' al / l ' - ' ' • •• Lysile e k I l l re ' ll *1 41 : 1.e!ti Fla I is la reNli \ 1 d in ' g NEWSY tETTER FROM 'PATRIOTIC MEETINGS il:: 7 1.,zi'::,::.'''' '.\'''' '' \\'\' Pu\'\'s \f \\\' ''.\'\ wl'ie\ theY made 4.200 1101. Ili IS 111 elieese, or clove!' mounds ot elleisse \to+ nol. home '4 1 ,M0 Yr:11We. What ever l I'm' . • - -- :Mr. and 'Ars. Williamson of CORPORAL WAODE11 HEI.D IN MONTANA 1....h.,.,1 ,„„...fs of milk. Aftee t Ito t inie our proteoting arms CHURCH NOTES must be about them and their Nell siiiiday si , rviees will is , paying all operating expenses, Groat Palls•vocre lit towu Itioking ininilies over ille witidle period a r te ,..btn ii tt ,,,,, 11 11„irA fi a ,, ti r o o r „..__ __ ‘ the fortners - receiocd - fi:t Omits p e r dii - 10110iti:: 8111141.1y sottool at 10 ponied for their butterfat. This which inust whipse lo.fore the th,..„&k. Tlianii.1 0 1:1.. Nov. 13. 191* , in thr- ry-/„4-1 ills/ issued 11..• I.'. ... ;„?.. p r y\ t ' llin g \/ II I L ul • ''11`1 is a %ery good sbowiteg iii face of normal life of Treace ltilll ire re- , Mortal. . The city 'fire a ppirriet us has lfeirr Dowieml: Didn't to wolf!: :-:,. t' eo ley. .. allo . r i o t el o en t „r N I .. • 1 . : :N. :It ill - We betel all r 544 , 114.11i attend- o w f “ (.1s lli o l ii11011. \ . m olitt il ill . iiii p. 1111. Istt my ercc'W 40 it, HD !ley's, iiistiliTh.ics 1,,i• ./ .. hic stab% it Inetory reeeiving more. them don - 'enlisted until are (Cionnualteler_ the Trnereeitt.illormis will 'be sound- will answer Your \Our soldiers and wailors are been inoveil'to the Cityllall. For letter. Weill ;; noted tbal altiritag the tovithl , hle the amount of milk--ei pri- me'. last Sultda.k, th e first sinee M4.Chiof tens Oen.' .011.1.e. is no ed from the \OW atation• thi'V NUN' fill' - war is ovor, but von ..; Hroin Mandl 1. 1911 to \it ii' 1. in r 4 '1) 41 \ 111 i\ Pase1 1 u\t1'• Thcre lv toweled. , I' 011 4 14•1114 -- .Wild its moro wiits for il4elit'lo ito:in the Mr ..and \Mrs.•W. C. McCaughey I li a , p u„ oe. eouldn't toll it by' the loott oVrIn9f8, there 1% ere 34t) patriot ic ` Lint' 'ill2 frp ) Iii i 1 \ s t ‘ i i i H e ll ; l ii.ei l : A 1 4 ,.1 1 ii / ) ;; g 1 ii n i i . ii i , i . 11 ‘ .) : 1) 1 1i 1 , 1 , I t o ' )1 . 1,11 , 111 i(ear , 1 1..:1 . 1 5,0. .1 :t . : .. iliti t ga pteli ' re * Iinnititi . 1111 , e 1 'Wt. are doing illSt 114 Ficetings held with :la ;111e11(1:11100, V 1 .11.I Y : . • ... .„ . ii iii 1.,01 every Red 'Oross morn- left wedliesda . beraind worker show our roturn- morning to Film)) Aving mot ;is we ever did.. of 87889 peo de and 10:1 re nb i r' vu'es- 1.1111 19 111 °E 11111 g 11 11 1 \ell - spend ThanksEiving With their 1 :on i» . clearme- of three shi'os atitt instittites of i on; or nieli•e gut ii \.\ an ' \I n ' hillv 1 \ kill g 1 1 , 1 , 1 : s ult , ii i ;, yi t i iii i . ig \ ; ( 1 : 11 : 1 1 ',', i ' s i . r i thi bu e s c i o n i e lo ss . trig ,vOldiers and sailors, thin 1eow•oll 1,1 'i still tieriler latereS I° • son 111, 1 his 'ii) II att G _. t Falls. th o.o i lEr _gning_ ;ill All .- t tEnt- ,eare• f(ir their lierilfli, welfitro; . - ' ' - _With an attendahte,nt _1 ,5 !) „ ..f.i u ld ) l o t r it 4 iii ' 11 . 0 ' . wiirl : . - it . is eoliiime wii : i - G : r i , m y , . in .... p g roelttetiott i ..i t ho t , farimt , rt: and happinean. we tiro •onlisted, Word was •reeeived lids weok , T \ ) 1 / 1 \ y ' vrv killed vesl ''' ,. P le - I l u ll°3/ \' 1\ theoss !rhe piano. fell about 5Mi -140,000 were pre i otred ;mil sold HP / \ I\rt:'' 1 : \lli\\ 1 \ 1 \' / 1 \ 111 for leo loss period limn they are.: he Postmastor Waddell that Ins \1/3% . . feel li 1 Di tili'D Caught , on fire.' Ion. These were. largely pot- ' ('VI 1 ' 1 ' 04 ' All °I ': 1 \ 1kN nil ' ilii * t g \ 1::, 1 1 '. s p s i l .::. ' , 1 . 11‘ f i cir 14 71;, - .i r il' i r ,:; i t v t e e ( r i f at i imoti eyed a pieture of misery .m101 ast tor promotion :to the rook of ser- ..•Tho cessation of War Will ri•-itif;11, Gri .. T, hail - liven reeommendeo Th.i.3. ,wi.i.ii noarly burned to; pared with a view to th e r. - evel \ Hlia . n . v invited to \ ffile \ 1 \ 1 It iiiii th ose iliar k e ti lw coo p era _ 1 ...o,o-itep ..,irli eis. time world has never H0011 before,; go ant, ille highest of 'the no to ashes. Just a few minntes ago Holorgeney to be met. another lellow made a limit lutiel- ., l'ho Far ------------------------ o t , te 1% ili lee d Thank , giving 11\ I'l l e ‘ ;: stato of Nlionesota, with , aspecially in the !nary couottiesl commissioned .officers. 4 . phinc. • Ttir doctor said he - would ,She instill!'\ meolings ill their ; Ih': 4 : 11711 'i'll n/ 7 : 3() :. 1' 14 \ 111 I \' ,‘ 1 , 1 , ,.. 1 , • ,,,, I r i e d r , 1 , 4 a 4 , 1 , 4 „.,.::. 1 ,.. '. ;:::,, I)\. 44 j e ti n N ; o ei n )r . oorseaantoopcs000000000caaostaitoact000000000nsoestosin000a00000000 o o tiot live :an hour. I sure like to o-miteities. ;:, ,.. !I.,. •.:ate board or; 19 ,- ..\1 . Toi. S. No: . 41. $2.00 Ptr Yoar I tanforta ortb. STANFORD, FERGUS COUNTY, MONTANA. THURSDAY, N'W/0111ER 2,•‘, 1918. War Is Over, but Red Cross Still Has Plenty Vt ork to Do CESSATION OF WAR WILL REVEAL MISERY THAT IT IS DUTY OF MERCY WORK- ERS T 0 RELIEVE -.THIS IS NO TIME TO SLVRP ON THE JOB The following inessatgo from tlie War Council of the Aineriean •Red Cross has just beek•received ott Northern DiviSion itoadeluar- . t ors : which eannot help themselves. The Atom -horn people will expect the Red Cross to continue to not as their agont in repairing bro- ken bodit-s. Peaeo IMMO; 1111d fleaee comfit ions will determine; how we ruhy hest nainstor to thol vast stricken areas which have been harrowed by :war, and in this great act or mercy the heart and spirit of the American pm- ple innst , .•ontinne ao be mohilizod through the Ited CPOSS. \()11 tteitnl f of the War Cann - oil we it0cOrtlittAli- ask each 111.0111- ber of our splendid body of work - \On Fcbruary 10 'lust var.rrg)irttighout the land to boor nearly six - weeks before t he in min.\( t li stiletto) obligat ion United States declared war. Na- ‘v hio, res t s upon eac h oro , to ••. tional Red 17L1055 hentleplarters, - ea rry 0,11 . w e eainiut a li a tcp One advised its ritaPters to Prepare instant in oter fforts or in our - for war. That wind) has fol- spirit. There midi he ate ibund- lowed in the record , or the, Red - ;wee o f wor k p o 4 1 0. at ti s p im! ifi e Cross in helping to Win this war a d v i t .,..„, w ill t o: g i ven. t o o even and to reliove flu suffering grow- ,in t h e moment of pea „, •t e t ing out Of it, constitmes some- Red Crum woriter fah el. thing of which every . Amerieem t ism spirits must now or II us eitizon has a -right Ito he .proud. to show that it is not the roar of Every Amerlean Itedlross work-, cal111011110r 111.1 blood of our own er 11111st feel it 501150 , 0f gratitude a l one th a t di rec t s our ae ti v itio s . , . in having had it share:in:it all. -1111rat*t o ben (kat a gnat people will von - \lint even w ith peiiee, 101 110! I i nue t o remoul d great l,\ and .one suppo,se that the work of the freely to its 'obligation %old op , Fled (7ross is I tiuslit ii Slillioiis t porm n ity t o ,„„,,,.. v „ „ m o un d . .. • 1 /4// of American toys ore -still under e arms. Thousands of them are , 5 Cents Per Copy Cooperation Ill Cheese Factory Means Dividends to Farmer ! HAVRE MAN DIES AT FARMERS GET .MORE .FOR DEACONESS HOSPITAL , BUTTERFAT WHEN THEY Stanit.,‘ 1..if;trrat.v. '..N.; ,Veit l -S 01 , 11avre ' SELL FINISHED PRODUCT ;;ge, trItose Immo was mho. !died of pliennoottia following ir THAN p RivATEL y OWNED , ilat”)/11 kii ill(' Dra0011/:'ig \.. ,A ., .Spi- INSTITUTIONS .0 A N .AF- rvi. (1reut Fulls. No\ .-Inoor .1. , The past throe months he had FORD TO PAY liven oniploy . ed at the Met'atighey- \ 1. li e w ill b e .\.\ ) , 4 , 1 1, 01 . ed beoally as \I'etc.:' tool was a fa- It has III) I' l l home said that 11 co- Vol'ile niiimeg the frimitts lit' akaiit' c loprraiiVel . 1' 011Vra1rli dierar file - Mid,. -their.... 11,„ loll tor Ow lico.s. , I 0 ry von }my more them ono run i pital tfetober :II, and was taken: by privat e parties. Here is the so seri -0091 Y ill that. 811 1118181- ' Proof. Thu East 11 ; 1111 e: 1 d DllirY 1;:ner. Wits ;Idled to take hint In Products company at Sedan. iii I i ll , i,,,,,,,,, p i ta T li e He y e r rega i ne d , I •,,,,,, tt,, / iii „ min \. i WelVe Miles 1111IN4 I011'illi•s:4. ,1111.V IOW enotigh , fro m Wii,,, e II, ! began o p era ! ion Ill hell his name. li.. le•Cougleey ..Itily I. 1917. and hero emitinued rei e d many times by telephone i0 4 .%-,.1. ,,,iiiis• . This is a cooperative ' ova t e bi ne a t the hosted :11,i, and organnoition and (hiring the first. at last he discovered his beed. It t we l ve mon th s o r th e i r o p era ti o n tleorgo's underteking parldrs, rel „, ri a , c on ows , au -tiling orilers for burial. Ilis milk 1, , 4 . , ...„ ,,,. •eivoo .t.).0...11 pounda. \m i tY, \' h , Iliv ''s \ - I I. \ 1 \ )1)11) ;', 1 \ / \ I i'llees ea Id e c -18891 pounds. Otte brother 1 .,„„„, f rom 1 IA v i•uk . . . e . 1 R.4 . 4 . 1111h i r011i sales $11,403.65. II,. leaves a wife. and little .. ,Operainig expenmes $3,27-1.15. wider, 'xi!, father and sdvor- ,. I old net receipts *8.1'29.50. • .1verdgo paid farmers for hut- ' teeg. Canada. t'alliolie e-servicos wore held at toiled .1s 3 1 eonts. the chapel, and tilt. remains in ;it must he• remembered that •orred iii Iire...1 'Palls vemetery, buttet•fat !wives wero not so high , -7 7 : 77.---- - - \'\ --- --- - \( :Abr.. mid Mrit. llet'attgliey, Cuth- iti 1917 .is they liavo been since, ,• , ,., , , • . • , , • , , ..,oL.',....L... • ....,..-...-. ..,___.,` bort Laterrare. his brother. and Ibirinu the pas, month of On'- '- ' Wohle Napier. 11 former neigkbor tither the, ree e iv e d 37,000; sick and woumied. '0Wingto the ) ; Ili'. M- T. l'I\\\\\ III \ ! \ 11/1- Shortage iti shipteirig 'it teut,' takel You Get What You Pay For Wiles. you lay money on a bra' deales counter and 'tell him what you warn, you get just that. If it happens to be temporarily out of stock, he tells you so and asks your second choice. . You get nothing you do not want. And what you get is yours at tlit time you pay for it. He doesn't make - you wait until ie is ready to give you 'your merchant.Ise. These are only two of the many reasons why trad- nuna i i ing at home is bet- ' ter than buying by the \sight unseen\ methods. a, 111411 'WIN al), sis[ers !United for tho past twenty-five o o o o o FOR SALE 0 g more, elutames of ; getting hined %remits' that the wierter meetings; \ il '.'\\'\\\'\' \g\ 1 ° tile 111 'sl o iittoe the X - 71,1* is iirVer, 0 0 ity. out mat tosl .eohig to take any: Earners u'. ii' le a s roeolo-1 . 4)11 r orighl\11' . 11 1101 . 1 itteeliUgs o .., . . Jo' tho iiislit•,- ill tell Oriel bureau! w er i ` 1 \ '/\/ 1 \ 1 :.` - ' o o o ti O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 o 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 10 0 Um and tamisluer:.I . himself and the ol•very ease been 000perotors with ) : \\ Tlu 1 rs'la)' er1•11i111- ii 1 .1)) . emits o meet at the The -whole en 11471 sure crawled orimities be ;older the hood so-. • ' mouse on Friday e•retiing at 8. out cf bed ottiek the other morn-. eptervision of the farm buroan. ?des. Ilawk's Sunday sehool jag. On e -of our mess lulls class leas raised *15.00 for the eanght oil fire !milt three o\- Ilamit'.1o1 toot family are Aedliceliati refugees. This is ex - (lock and burned to the ground . •. • leyt'ing today for Long 11esdle. eellent : this is tho practival side We formed a line about Ora. '„ . Cairn/root. ober'. they will or chrisi innity. It was Jesita hundred .vairls loot- and pesoof the. wito, •• himself, in tlo• 1111%s Or his flesh, blleke1S back atul forth. but 11 l' en41 .. O didn't a bit of good. The Mia- xi\ /mi nne h an returne d m on _ mi fire dopart metal mune,' af- d a y of this wee k a ft er en j o yi ng . 0 ter it Nras all over With. a plea -remit ten -days v;sit with her vould gut a furlough now sister. MN. Cuuningham. near o had the money. Jnit 1 coul:Ite•t D emo? , . C. Ai, BUSic, windham buy 0 postage stamp, D o' , knw- hw oo inneh b I'll e! Pifly , igh eg l hvaii of hi Were o (1,, here, but guess it will be at least , driven oe vrland r . arriving Sten- o 00000000000000es000000000000000voc00000000000000.3.312000 two or three months. I attn. 1 111 • from (data. Moluellia• Is 1.111111•11•1•110•1•1•1•1•111r. .. \\\2.6 .- 2 -- \ - 77-. mould like to get' home for a John Coeicerel. They were sent while. but guess I U have to lie it Th, ihdoto eotinutry suffer ml grea tly n»til I a /11 1Iischarged. ' inns ' c l ose. wi t h from look of moisture. the paiii GUY . ; season ; thus making it Necessary • ! for stookneon to seek wieder pas- ture elsewher e for their stoek. Wulter Bell of Dover has just Mr. and Mrs. John Iliginboth-, , returned from a week's hunting. am received the sad intelligence, trill in the Kootenai mountains I near Jennings, and brought with , iiii i day of the loss .of their son .••• him a fine big buck. Mr. Belt wh° died gloriously on a. says re he was no snow or e-iid Europe -ail field of ball It. his weather in that. part of the state. ;11 \ \P°1\1 gloat bere \ '\\'\ suffered by the family %villein a What is said to be the world's Week. III0V llaVe the Ile:10101 . reeord produetion of Marketable sympathy of - the entire. eminnint•- , potatoem film' one acre -49.531. ity in th e ir lo ss so o v e rwh e l m i n g, 11)0110f14 or 825 bushels -has home' I made on ,an acre or isnd near. Rev. Chirgwin. finaneial agent Kotula). in the southeastern se, the \'\\)\' 5141 \ ) \ 1. 114- lion of Utah. a few miles from onto filled the pulpit at the Pres- the Arizona state line. The ref! _ hylerian elotreh both morning ord is certified to by more than and evenin g , l ,\ s/ . 41/11/1 ', I Y• lie , farmers and reported in the ..f4Iv ir' 1/1 \ (118N1881ifils utti Kindly give g this your attention !Reclamation Record, - The value of a man - in he , morning and 'rho Value of it R. C. Harvey was ealled to (II. l'hild\ in the evening. Both !Falls NIonday morning by the morning and ovening solo:lees (loath of his brother -in -Jew. I, weiv well attended, Ile made Obershow. wInele ()v m elu' at the statemeot in the evening ser-, his. home in ( as('ade. The body vice that h e honestlY thought+ was shipped to Great Falls and there were more homes in Stan - will be bmied there Friday af- ford where the Bible was read tet:noon with Rev. Scott of the regularly and. where prayer was Presbyterian 0111).01 officiating a daily habit, than anywhere Masons will act. ant pall bearers, else in Montana, population eon - and the Masonic ritual will be sidered., This kind of reeom- read at the grave. mendation does us no harm. I) Several Single Comb Englist -White Leghorn cocls.arals, Tom Barron's famous strain.. These:birds are from imported stock and high recgird hens. .They are all choice birds, \big type fel- lows with neat four and five point combs and a fine red eye. If you want -to keep up your laying strain try a Yew of these. You will save ,money to buy them now. . They will he higher in the spring. $2.00, 43.00, ; and $5.00 each. I have two extra ii' birda at *10.00 ettelt; .these will mak e fine slimly birds. 0.000000 0040 00'; 0 000 0 000 OK) ATTENTION 000000 000 .•111•111.••••.19• 1 4• 1 1. 4 20 per cent of your Kitzrth _Liberty Loan subscription was due Nov. 21. . - Basin • State Bank Stanford, Montada Capital $20,000.00 Surplus $10,000.00 The War may tie over, but Uncle Sam still needs your assistance 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000000000000')D00 , 00000000000000000000000000000 0 00000c% years Oat cooporation pays the milk produeor Altmlatta is jos( entering the dairv field in hinter and cheese prothief ion. A It y community that mentemplates starring a fac- tory Will do Well lo organize on a e i mper a tive basis. The. profits of :toy business always go to the home- Thus by iiiiikiiig the oro- , 'fewer of the milk the owner of who said. \1 was an hungereo, an d ye gave me meat ,I was 111e hue toI',s' iii ri,rils remain thi rs ty, an d ye gave in , d r i n k inI lie • nitkod, and ye clot 11( . 11 1111., _ What i'Ver wo coo realize will be Seat in 011 0exl Monday. Any others who might feel like help- ing out I shall be pleased to hoar from. , It. A LEX A NI/ER. The Farmers Cooporative Ele- vator al 'Morino was sold last week to the. Rooky llountaitt Elevator (milipany for a vonsid- eration or *41.500. 000 000 0000.'O.00 MEt4BEtt FEDERAL HESEVVE: sys-rmi 000 • 00 000 00000000000000000 Liberty Bond Subscription Due The second payment on your FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN SUBSCRIPTION, amounting to 20 per cent was due on November 21st. • Ilavo you Mod,. pow ;iilisi•ription to the UNITE!) NV.11? NVORK -11'Nlf! Tito boys need Ibis aid, as inuell as they ever 11;eV4-. slid are looking to you to support these orgailizatienes. First National Bank of Stanford Ceipital and Surplus $50,060.00 , SAVE FOR NEXT LOAN tolterseesseeesanameonseersosetossenessese , 0 1