If you have his discharge papers they don't have his date of enlistment? If he was in SpW 1898 and out 1920 then he "retired" from the service and would have been Veterans Pension Benefits, medical care. He also would have been in during WWI. Have you read how to research service records at www.archives.gov (NARA Library)? Also Check Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
At the VA Gravesite Locator: http://gravelocator.cem.va.gov/j2ee/servlet/NGL_v1
There is a Harry Stone DoB: 12/12/1877 DoD: 09/25/1948 1ST SGT US ARMY WORLD WAR I
and wife Eileen N. Stone DoB: 09/04/1901 DoD: 08/22/1996 both buried Section G Site 544 in the Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery in San Diego, CA
Both are in the CA Death Index:
If they are your grandparents then with Eileen's death in 1996 there has to be records for her too with husbands service. Check her name at NARA and Veterans Affairs.
Great SpAmW site:
CO Military Pages:
http://cogenweb.com/ scroll down to bottom of page
USGenWeb Project website to access other State pages for Military records if avaiable:
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