The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.) 1909-1920, April 29, 1920, Image 4

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THE STAkFORD WORLD A name to remember when grief enters the family. The dis- tinct W. H. George company idea attends to every detail. It is soothing to know that there is such an institution in Great How much should I give to make this a better world? fr A CERTAIN man in New York filled out h1.3 income tax report. It showed an income so large that his tax was 53. And his total gifts to church and chex- ity for the year were $148. • Think of it -thousands spent for luxuries and rleasure for himself; and $148 to leave the work' e little better than he found it! Most of us do better than that; but not so very much better. Our average daily gift for all church causes is --less than we spend for dai:y papers -less than a local telephone cad -less than a third of the day's car fare -less than 3 cents a day No wonder that 80% of the ministers of Amer:ca are paid less than $20 a week. 1\13 wonaer that the church hospitals turn away thousanas of sick people a year. No wonder that China has only one doctor for every 400,000 people. No wonder that every church board and charity society is forever meeting deficits, forever passing the hat. It isn't because we are selfish; it isn't because we don't want to help. It's just because no one has ever put up a great big program to us, and asked us to think of the work of the church in a systematic businesslike way. The Interchurch World Movement represents the united program of thirty denominations. They have surveyed their whole task, no business could have done it better. They have budgeted their needs; no business could have a more scientific budget. They have un:ted to prevent the possibility of waste and duplication. At least a million dol- lars will be saved by the fact that thirty individual Cam- paigns are joined in one united effort. And they -come to the men or women who' love America -to you- this week asking you to use them as the chan- nel through which a certain definite part of your income can be be applied to make this a better woild. Only you can determine what part of your income that should be. I's a good time right now to answer that question We're passing through the world just once; bow much better will the world be because you passed through? United Financial Can, April 15th I,, May 2nd c NeINTERCHURCH World Movement of .9(orth The itesbilcation of this advertisement is made posiihiet'uoneh !h, cvoperat:ors thirty denominations. W. H. GEORGE GO. Funeral Directors & Embalmers Leasing Bill 417 First Ave. North The Oil Land Most vital land legislation in GREAT FALLS many years. I am specializing on the act before the Interior De- partment. The preference rights of home- stead and other agricultural en- trymen, as well as of patentees end transferees (where the min- Falbs. Death comes to us wheth- eral deposits are reserved) are of sr we expect it or not. Rich and supreme importance: and this is poor must bow to the hand of equally true as to mineral loca- fate. Therefore it behooves its tors and claimants. to give a little forethought as to Numberless conflicts are in - whom We wish to care for our volved and various questions of beloved ones when they are proceeedure and construction are ealled. presented. These will be adju- We are equipped to take care dicated by the Interior Depart. of all eases from Stanford and ment. and if interested, you vicinity without any more ex- should be represented by Wash - pence than if the death oceured in Great Falls. Will make calls to Stanford at any hour, night or day, either by train or auto- mobile. LONG. DISTANCE PHONE 1 '35 BRING YOUR JOB WORK TO THE WORLD OFFICE. nigton counsel. Do you require the status of particular tracts or entries? Write for Bulletin covering the Ian-. Jeremiah Collins Mills Building Washington D. 0. tin ttanforb Elo W. P. Duntun, Editor and rib Ci110.1.1. 1M1111111.../MMOMMIS Pub. Published at re d office in Statifardr ontan every Thursday after Entered at the Stanfor postof- flee as second class - mail matter, under act of March 3, 1879 PRECIPATION DATA The precipa'ion at the Experi- mental Station at Moccasin; which is located in the central part of the Judith Basin, from January 1, 1920, to April 19, 1920, was 75 per cent above the average for a j period of twenty-one years: Up to the morning of April 19 our precipitation for 1920 had; been 2.51 inches more than the to. tal average months of January,' h Febrnary, March and April for al I period of twenty-one years. The precipitatiap received in April up to the morning of the 19th is .81 inches more than the total rainfall in 1919 for the five growing months of April, May, June, July and August. Only three times in twenty-one years has the precipitation in Ap- ril been more than two inches, the greatest precipitation in twenty- one years having been in 1900, when we leceived 2.85 inches. The following tables are taken from the records of the U. S. weather bureau, at Utica until 1909, and since at Moccasin: Average precipitation for the 21 years from 1898 to 1918, inclusive, for the months of January, Feb- ruary, March and April - January .77 February .47 March.........86 April Total for four months For 1920 the precipitation was- JallearV .70 Febrile ry .66 March .39 April. to morning of 19th 4.10 Total 5.85 In 1919 the precipitation for the five growing months was - April .17 May .73 June 1.08 July 1.02 August .29 Total 3.29 At 7 o'clock Wednesday morn- ing, April 28, the total precipita- tion for April at the Moccasin station was 4.79 inches, with pretty good prospeeta of reaching the live inch mark before the end of the month. BRING YOUR JOB WORK TO THE WORLD OFFICE. Are You Happy? To be happy you Must be well. 1 1f you are frequently troubled with constipation and indigestion you cannot be altogether happy. Take Chamberlain's Tablets to correct these disorders. They are prompt and effectual, easy end pleasant to take. For sale by Harvey's Drug Store. SOURDOUGH FLAT A. Kraftenberg and Matt Mike - son were callers in Geyser last Wednesday. R. Southworth was a caller in Stanford between trains Friday. J. Renning was a caller in Stan- ford Thursday. Farmers in this vicinity are in town nearly every day to get hay, but there seems to be a shortage ef hay. Matt Saari, A. Jokela and R. Matson were callers in Geyser on Saturday. 'cm school children are making a history chart. Edward, the 5 -year -old son of Mr. and Mrs. Samson became snow-blind while playing out-of- doors last week, but he is now re- covering nicely. A. -Myllymaki was a caller in Geyser Friday. The roads are in a bad - condi- tion; hardly fit to travel on. How Is Your Complexion? A woman should grow more beautiful as she grows older and she will with due regard to baths, diet and exercise, and by keep- ing her liver and bowels in good working order. If you are hag- gard and yellow, your eyes losing their lustre and whites becoming yellowish, your flesh flabby, it dilliM1111111111111111111 FARM. LOANS OPTIONAL PAYMENT'S We have the most desirable optional payment farm loan on the market. If your crops ai.e short and you are having a bard time to meet your obligations you should see us at once. Our irTINDS ARE UNLIMITED, RATES LOW, SERVICE TIIE VERY BEST. WEIGHT LAND & INVESTMENT 00 LEWISTOWN, MONTANA .4111111M111011Nalv +0011/0M•11100.1i.. Mama Imo Inlowsareck... Any Wheel Which Does No Pull Equally With the Others Acts as a Brake Look again at the drawing! Ion see four tiwoos uessitry tin keeping the Big Wheel of on ((((( s telephone revolving at the prtqa r speed. This Big Wheel must turn smooth- ly to ;.tiI d mut its tinily grist of 30,800,000 calls over 11.791 717 t plophones, ot which 7,000,000 are liell-en-11. Industrial prowess depends more each day on the tele1. 1 1, , sta t., ilestroy space, save time and hi - crease illy ..fticiency of every st orket in every field. Therefore, tit:. responsibility of each bundler %%heel “ithin the Ilig Wheel Increases daily. It is the dotty of the public to pay an adequate rate for adequate service, and to protect the cut - Ida), sitonlylog the set -vice. It is the duty of the empliqes to provide Nut- Heti:tit satisfactory service to the end that the ( \addle will pay rates necessary to support the business. ' It is the duty of the owners to provide ef- ficient management to operate the property lion- estly and fairly. The ninnagement must eo-or- dinitte the whole effort and condua I the business to the end that: -the public receives sufficient, continuous an,: efficient set -vice. -the eniployas receive fair wages and protec- tion against a sudden shutting down of the in- dustry. Their posi ions must be secure through lean and fat years. --the ouners who buy shares of stuck receive a fair wage for their savings invested in thu busi- ness. A stockholder pros -hies money to expand the business which grows daily; he must receive.. a fair rate of interest on his money inv.eted. Therefore, the management represents the out- ployes In dealing with the owners and the public. 'the ligetneett represents the 'ownersand the public In dealing with the employes. The man- agement must co-ordinate the effort of each smaller wheel to the end that the Wheel of Cont. (Moons Service revolves every htlpr of every day, every year, at the speed necessary to protect in- dustrial progress. The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. .a.11116.11 may be due to indigestion or to a sluggish liver. Chamberlain Tablets correct. these disorders. For sale by Harvey's Drug Store. CHURCH NOTES Sunday School at 10 a. in. Preaching, 11 a. to. and 8 p. •Young peoples • sermon will be preached Sunday morning. Sub- ject, ''Anchors.'' Adult choir practice at church on Friday evening 7 p. in. sharp. Young Peoples' choir practice on Thursday night at Mr. Dunton's home. . The pastor will start for the -General Assembly on MOhday, May 10, in order to lw present at the Pre-Evangelistie Conference. A supply is arranged for the Preaching service every Sunday morning -during the pastor's ab- sence. Dr. Shepherd, the State Supt. will preach on the .morning cf the 16th and Elder Hedges, of ; Lewistown, will preach the re- maining Sun lays. The Sunday evening services will be taken up with the Young People's meeting with a song, service by the Young People's choir every Sunday ' night.. Rev. H. A. Brown, pgstor. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I ; The great benefit derived from the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been gratefully ac- knowledged by many. Mrs. Ben- jamin F. Blakeney, Decatur, 111. writes, \Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is lev far the best med. lame for colds and coughs we have ever used in Our family. I gave it. to my children, when small for croup and have taken it my- self.' For sale by Harvey's Drug Store. ADVERTISE IN THE WORLD ••••••••M- 4 : 4 =- 41 ..... 40 . • CORRECT ENGLISH How to Use It A monthly Magazine $2.50 the Year Send 10 cents for Sample Copy to Correct English Pub. Co. Evanston, Illinois O ss-s-s. It Will Soon Be Time to Sow GRASS SEED If in need of any come in and let us show you our stock of Sweet Clover, (scarified and non -scarified) Alfalfa, (Montana and American grown) Alsike Clover, Timothy, and Red Top. We also have Seed Corn, Field Peas, and Sunflower seed. These are all the Sterling Brand of seed which can not be beat by ally germination or .purity test. _ We still have Two second hand DeLaval cream separstors that are bargains at the prices we are asking for ; them. One No. 12, Capacity 500th New style slightly used at....$85.00 One No. 15, Capacity 650Ib Old style, used at $75.00 WE BUY HIDES AND PELTS. SEE US BEFORE SELLING Look Over Our Second -Hand Ford Car List 1914 Model Touring Car . $300.00 1917 Model Touring Car, newly painted $375.00 1918 Model Touring Car , $350.00 1919 Model Touring Car $500.00 1919 Model Touring Car, new tires and radiator $500.00 1919 Model Touring Car, good as new $525.00 Otte Speedster, 16 Valve cylinder head $350.00 One Speedster, new body $450.00 One 1918 Model six cylinder Studebaker seven passen- ger Touring -Car -fre' '$600.00 1 The cars have all been over-hruled and are in good shape. GALT BROS. 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 n public sale, to the highest bid- der; but at not lesk than $3.50 per acre, at 10 o'clock a. m., on the 13 day of May, next, at this office, the following tract of land: SE% NE 1 .4 See. 33, '1'. 15 N., it 11E., sale authorized by letter \C\ of March 9, 1920. The sale will not be kept open,. but will be declared closed when those present at the hour named have ceased bidding. The per- son making the highest bid will be required to immediately pay to the Receiver the atnount there - Department of the . Interior, U. of. -1 Land Office at Lewistown, Any persons claiming - adverse- Mont., March 17, 1920: ly the above described land are Notice is hereby givett that, as advised to file their claims, or oh ,.. directed by the Commissioner iof jections, on or before the time the General Land office, under cienignated for sale. 'revisions of Sec. 2455, R. S. pur- suant to the -application of fIarve . H. J. KELLY, Register. D. Rogers of. Stanford, Mont., First publication, April 8, 1920 Serial No. 043236, we will offer Last publication, May 6, 192Q; 6w HIS OFFICE is the place to have your printing done, no matter what kind it may. be. CI DDDDDDL1D NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION - ISOLATED .TRACT Public Land Sale 4 if a

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