The Winifred Times (Winifred, Mont.) 1913-19??, September 19, 1919, Image 1

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THE WINIFRED TIMES VOL. 7 NO. 26 WINIFRED, MONTANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS The woman who has found the secret of Youth has found the secret of Beauty The woman who has found the secret will tell you this—\ Your figure tells your age\. Various things contribute to the appearance of age, but nothing accentuates it half so much as an ill -corseted figure. Stand before the mirror in any one of the many, GOSSARD CORSETS The Original -Unequalled Front Lacing Corsets skillfully designed for your figure require- ments. See how easily your figure is moulded to ideal proportions: Hips and thighs reduce as if by magic; the back and front lines are the flat, straighter lines of youth; your body is correctly poised and you move without any feeling of restraint—you walk gracefully and sit gracefully. The expert advice of our nighly trained cor- setieres assures you the Gossard best suited to your needs. You can buy a Gossard for as little as $2.75 up to anyprice you desire to pay. Saving of 25c to $2 on every pair of Gossard Corsets No. 241 present price $3.00, our price $2.75 No. 376 present price $4. 50, our price $4.00 No. 263 present price 4.00, our price 3.50 No. 572 present price 7.50, our price 5.50 REYLECK'S CASH STORE, WINIFRED MONT • A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERYBODY Teal Fero., Ideal Figure Ideal \pure Ideal Agars Ideal Averuye T314 Sicnder Sho-t Slender Tall Heavy Short Heavy Pvture Ideal Pioure Large Brlo.c Writel Ideal ',gum Law Ahem Waist Ideal hour' Ideal Aouee Curvca Buck Short Wat.te, , ikserYfreser****-********1****184140/Hit *-11Hkeleesiegilslisletsileiee-*****-***Ilseilse Certificates of Failure shouid be filed at once. If you had a Federal Seed Loan the past year you should not neglect to file your certifi- cate of failure. By so doing you will be relieved of at least the larger part of your obligation. If you do not file these certificates you are \stuck\ for the whole amount. Blanks may be obtained at either of the banks. Let's Talk Farm Loans. The First National Bank WINIFRED, MONTANA - -FEDERAL RESERVE Just What She Needed. \I used a bottle cf Chamberlain's Tablets some time ago and they proved to be just what I needed, writes Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chillicothe, Mo. \They not only relieved me of indi- gestion but toned up my liver and rid me of backache and dizziness that I had been subject to for some time. They did me a world of good and I will always speak a gGod word for t hem .\ ALL FROM ONE TURKEY EGG Here's Example of Taking Advantage of Opportunities Which Should Teach Good Lesson. An old farmer and his son were at work in the field near the roadside when his son discovered a dead turkey, which probably was discarded by an- other farmer who was on his way to the market. Both were curious to learn the cause of its death. They brought the turkey to the barn, dissected the fowl's body and obtained an egg. The boy set the egg and the result was a Ane turkey goebler that was sold the Text summer for $5. With this money the boy purchsed a pig. The next summer the young capitalist sold his sow and eight pigs for $50. He then bought two thoroughbred heifers. The ensuing fall he had two milch cows and calves which he sold for $200. His final investment was in two one -year -old filly colts. After a lapse of five years the lad was the custodian of two good mares and $1,000 In gold which he procured In the sale of their colts. And today this farmer's son is studying agricul- ture and animal husbandry in a state university as the result of one turkey egg.—Thrift Magazine. The Advantage. The garrulous gentlemen talked and talked and talked—about himself. The only other occupant of the carriage -- an elderly gentleman—was bored stiff. But there seemed no remedy. The train was an. express. But suddenly with a screeching of brakes the train pulled up at a little mit-of-the-way station. \Hallo! What on earth are we stop- ping at a station like this for?' asked the old gentleman, who wished to get his journey over. \To allow me to get out I\ said the bore. \Ah I see! It has its advantases, then!\ said the old gentleman.—Lon- don Answers. Drouth Relief Applications. Drouth relief applications are being acted upon by the county commissioners at this time and as fast as they are approved by them notes, mortgages and orders for the Suffolk and Winifred district are being forwarded for execu- ttion. Wives must join with their husbands, as both real es tate and chattel security are taken to secure the payment of the re- lief offered. List of applications approved, with applicants' names, will be posted in the postoffices at Suffolk and Winitred as soon as the loans are approved. All loans for these communi- ties will be closed at the office of Howard C. Gee, First National Bank building, Winifred. Office will be open evenings. Albee Bros., Buy 550 Cows From Power Co. Albee Bros., the new proprie- tors of the P. N. ranch, last week purchased 550 head of cows from the Power people, which cleans up the latter's holdings in this district. Messrs. Albee were in town :Monday and stated to The Times that they had recovered the ferry cable that was lost dur- ing high water several years ago, and that the ferry at the P. N. would be installed again. This will be a great convenience to a great many people, and with a reasonable amount of work on the hill this side would afford a good outlet to the Winifred market for those living across the river. Messrs. Albee also stated they would soon begin work on their third cutting of alfalfa, which is a fine sthnd. Chamblerlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in Michigan. Mrs. A. H. Hall, t7aseville, Mich., says, \1 vdsh to thank you for your grand good medicine, Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. We' a - e never wit beet t! h ,ert,i aved our baby's life this summer\ Mrs. Mary Carrington, Caseville, Mich., says, \I have used Chamber- lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and it has alwa,”; given prompt relief.\ GALVESTON IS STORM SWEPT 85 MILE GALE AND HIGH TIDES BRING DISASTER TO TEXAS GULF CITY 1SEA WALL IS EFFECTIVE Other Towns Are Damaged In Slaw That Has Been Brewing for a Week.—Suburban Residents of Ceepus Christi $eek Safety Dallas, Texas. Sept. 15. — Driving furiously into the Texas coant, prin- cipally in the section southwest of Galveston, a tropical hurricane that has skirted the gulf coast for nearly a week, apparently has swept inland. Wire communication was interrupted In most of the affected area last night and the extent of the storm's limit could not be learned accurately, but there were no reports of fatalities. Brownsville and Corpus Christi appar- ently felt the brunt of it. Galveston, where considerable anxi- ety has been felt. apparently was struok by the edge of the storm area and again the city was saved from H a a nt y er. considerable damage by the sea- wall constructed after the 1900 die- Water was reported to a depth of six feet in sections of Corpus Christi. Earlier reports yesterday from there rol d of considerable damage done by a ms -mile gale which swept away signs and awnings and drove residents of outlying districts to the greater securi- ty of brick and stone buildings down town. Isolation of Brownsville was com- plete last night as far 98 wire commu- nication was concerned, the only in- formation coming from there being contained in a wireless dispatch from Fort Brown to southern department headquarters at San Antonio, report - In a 75 -mile wind at 4 o'clock. The high wind which oontinned last night struck Galveston early yesterday and :insed the tidewater to flood the business section and the north side of the ielend to A depth of three feet. Sea Wall Stops Water. The see wall withstood the on- slaught of the pounding waves, how- ever, and tete last night most of the water had receded from the streets, although an area of several blocks still ran with water to the curb top. g M r ee r e e t hants declared their loss was not Galveston marine circles had no re- ports of shipping Ines. Telegraph and telephone companies lost their connection with Corpus Christi and other points south of Vic- toria. Texas. at 3:80 after employes of those concerns had stayed until the water in Corpus Christi had reached a depth of six feet, causing the electric power plant to suspend. A San Antonio & Arkansas train which left Corpus: Christi for Rock- port at 8 o'clock yesterday morning, was declared to he somewhere in the path of the hurricane, according to gen- eral officers of the railroad at San Antonio. A southbound train from San Antonio to Corpus Christi. which left the former city early yesterday, reach- ed Sinton. Texas, at 2 o'clock yester- day afternoon. The superintendent of the division notified headquarters he saw the front of the Commercial hotel at SInton blown In by a 80 -mile gale. PEAK OF HIGH PRICES REACHED, SAYS HOOVER New York, Sept. 15.—Herbert Hoo- ver, former director general of allied relief, came home yesterday after five years' service abroad during which he distributed more than 800 steamship cargoes, or 3,219,968 tons of foodstuffs valued at $770,759,00 to starving En. rope. \I hope never to go bark to Europe again,\ he declared in a statement soon after he landed from the Aquitania. \Since August, 1914. T have devoted my entire time and energy to war work, and with the exception of nine months, I have spent the entire five years au - ay from my family. I have no plans other than to go home. I am not a partisan and am not in politics in any form.\ The last statement was elicited by 1 question as to whether he approved mention of his name se a presblentiel enesreetiy, T`n - .:raing point in the relief of Europe, Mr. Hoover said, when asked as to what he considered the crowning achievement of his work abroad, came when he was appointed mandatory of the railroads and wee able to ship food where it was most needed. CI) to that time, he said, the situation looked hopeless. The Auto Dray for hauling.' 4H1 1 ****IHIFLIHIHIHOHIHIHIE*4141***-* * 4HIHOIHIF******* 7 101Hrk**********00 Corn! Cows! Cream! SEE US FOR Farm Loans Do it Now - SERVICE - Can be found in two places. the dictionary and First State Bank OF WINIFRED Corn! Cows! Cream! The Late W. L. Buffington.: • William L. Bullington was born September 10, 1881, at Winfield, Kas., and died at the Seattle, Wash., general hospital Septem- ber 3, 1919, at 8 p. m., of pneu- monia, which followed injuries received in an accident while em- ployed in the shipyards at Seat- tle. Mr. Bullington resided at Win- field, Kab., the place of his birth, until seventeen years of age, when he went California, where he engaged in railroad work, be- ing employed on the Southern Pacific road for fourteen years. About four years ago he came to er, Mrs. Mary E. Bullington, Denison, Tex., and five sisters, Mrs. F. A. Neese, Neese. S. C.; Mrs. S. W. Price, Garden Grove, Ia.; Mrs. J. H. Babb, Denison, Tex.; Mrs. P. C. Chambers, Tul- sa, Ok., and Miss Georgia Bull- ington, Seattle, Wash., besides i many friends to mourn his death. His sister, Miss Georgia, well Montana, locating on a home- stead northwest of Winifred, on which he made final proof and I continued to reside until about ! seven weeks ago, when he went to Seattle to seek employment, which he obtained in the ship- yards, and there met with the accident and contracted the dis- ase which caused his death. Feneral services were held in Bonney Watson undertaking par- lors Friday, September 5, cre- mation of the body taking place Saturday, September 6, at 10 a. m. The funeral was conducted under the auspices of the Broth- erhood of Railroad Trainmen, of which he was an honred member. Mr. Bullington leaves his moth - known to w VMS the side a illness. In t ton was • and trus in this community, and he was very devoted, ly relative present at and was at his bed- onstantly during his ' Ir. Bulling - industrious (luring his four years residence (T. his ranch he made many friends who are sorry indeed to learn of his death. —The Mallory Hat, unlike most hats, comes direct from E. A. Mallory & Sons, Danbury, Conn., hat makers since 1823, to your local dealer, hence later style and greater value to the wearer. Hub Clothing Company. Notice. Keep your money at home. Leave your order for Home COAL at First State Bank. Winifred. Six dollars per ton delivered, $3 at mine. 005k 0. INTFREFT-SAV6— - ..Staffords.. To Our Customers: On and after September 15th we will sell for Cash Only. Those that have been in the habit of paying the first of every month we will still charge the account for that time. Others that have had ou regular pay day will pay on re- ceipt of goods. ..Staffords.. THINK IN INTEREST 'AVE

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