Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, December 03, 1915, Image 1

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Stillman is Still on The Job • GIVES EXHAUSTIVE DISCUSSION OF THE PRESENT STATUS OF FARM LOAN BONDS The newspapers of the state, the lar• gait and' most influential city dailies as well as the Country newspapers and moat of the farm journals, have freely given wide publicity to the efforts of the Moistens Farmers' Federation to gi action under the Farm Loan Law, and are reetiving the gratitude of the Fed- eration therefor as well as for clean reports of the Lewistown Convention and a 'great deal of wise and instruc- tive editorial comment thereon. It remains only for me to report pro- gress and the present status of out flight to get the Farm Loan Law into succeseful operation. Near the °losing hours of the Lewis- town Convention the State Treasurer appointed Harry C. Cullom, Deputy State Treasurer, to have absolute con• trol of the Department of Farm Loans sad the appointment had the subse- quent endorsement and approval of thr Governor. Mr. Cullom accepted the ap- pointment and went to his home at Alger to put his house in order and find some one in whose care he could leavo his ranch and business. It la expected that within the week he will return to the Capitol and take active eliargo of the Department of Farm Loans. Before the 10th of October the fight was made against the Farm Loan Bonds solely on the ground that the rate of interest was too low, but that trench seem; to have been abandoned end throe other thelekee have been dug and man - ad by * Bdote Ifeelyntrer. theist at 'illaWitiarthe Mallen' of Woodcraft who, on November 111, sub- scribed for $100,000 of these bonds had no intention of finally investing their money in them; and (second) that the law provided no adequate method for the appraisement of the land that would secure the bonds and (third' that the fact of the Legislature setting aside $20,000 as a revolving fund to in- , I A e:;., I L \ fr^ ukk4 - - GEYSER, MOW., DEC. 3. 1915 NO. 4 sure investors of the immediate pay- ment at maturity of every installment of - prin:ipal and interest was unconati- t lona): The first is ft \bogie man, - a figment of the Imagination, etnijured up to af- fright other inv'estois. This ghost ought to be \Lahr . hy the reeord. On November 1st the .Stati• Treal- tins- rect•ivts1 a telegram from P. L. Wright, corporate seexetary and eor- responding officer of the iVomen of IN'ooderaft. which said: -offer publish...1 by Stillman belga , title. Ready to make formal offer and IleeeliSary deposit with your office tipon further advice trom .‘ on as to details iiroecediire.\ The telegram was never ansWered. Airs. C. C. Van (Isola!, the eorporate president and ellief txeciative Offievr the 1Votoen iii Wooderaft. oas at the Lewistown eon% Allt 1011 anti declared from Ott. platform of that convent . that her Fraternity hail taken full cog- sizance of eveey ft attire of the bowls Lod of every question of law or cou- dittition touching them and was 'tatty o complete her subscription bo• the pa y• •neat of the money niter the Depart- nent of Farm Loans as soon as the iond s were ready for delivery She re - this declaim a tea du . % s later it Oreat Falls ti• a reporter of the rril • and it a as published at It•agth in that paper. she again publich% made the deelaintimi in Helena. That mobs:A.4.1nm scat receited the State Capitol 'iii *blotter 19 and a s yet there is not a •I ugh. Loud ex, euted or ready for delivery, nor so far l as I know, has there been a single par• Vel of latni• - • appeal:v.1, -. lia is! i •-apjollearita. have been advised at the ,ii u- .11 th.• State Treasurer to withdraa their are Plications. The second \bogie\ iist•ii iii thatsiur- age investors is ton eVell more rhlicillon , shadow. Every piety of land iitTere,1 or mortgaged to secure the bonds is (ally described, and, like ally other tanv,ble :security ufft•red fir a 1111111. is %1 corporation, except as to such owner - us may accrue tip the State by op- eration or prevision of law.\ tery .aretill study of Ilit• Farm taali W before it wa m introdi t ie• ed in the Senate by Senator 1Vhiteside and silos. ha; failed to show me how hi letter or in spii it. or at all, eon - t rat ./ nes thi; or any other provision of the eon•titiltion. By setting aside $.20.9110 as it has the !state has not loaned its cre- dit nor made any donation, grant or oubshly to any individual, association or corporation. nor ilOPM it become a elitir holder in any e puny or corpora- to the inspection of everybody. The third \bogie\ conjured into ex- istence and given wide publicity is Sec- tion 1, Article 13, of the constitution, which reads as follows: \Neither the State, nor any county, city, town, municipality, nor other sub- division of the State, shall ever give or loan its credit in aid of, or make any donation or grant,. by subsidy or other - and taxes on Coe lend Investments, cal. eulated at s r cent on a valuation of $20 per acre, %Odell figures out $1.00 per acre. Drilling cost was 40 cents per acre. Harvesting 9$ cents. Deter- loration and repairs of the binder 15 ante per arie. In arriving at the cost fixed Wage of $2.00 per day for a man mod 11.00 e day for a horse was adopted. Apply the figures to your own ground wise, to any individual, association or and see . hew they fit. If they do not eorporation, or become a subscriber to, BETTER SEED harmonize wich your own experience, or a shareholder in, any company or make su In f . eply to the question, \how much ch elianges as are necessary so t hierease In cren4leiiis could be secured you may have a reliable basis for fig. I sead • selection\ one of the uring up the coat in the future h .-North- Parefu ,vest Stoekinan & Farmer. I largest Montana farmers 'answered. 'though he's tough: \Why old broth- er, you're just the stuff this world needs tO make it go; now brace up and cry, ; \Hello!\ There are plenty such about that are worth the digging out. In this way you surely can make him feel that he's a man. He will always think of you as his best friend, tried and true. Jr! the future you will know what it does to say \Ilello!\ HORSE BREEDING SCHOOL A ht E'sP breeding school is being of- fered by toe Stallion Registration Board and the Montana State college. it will be held ;n Bowmen January 28th o February 1st, 1915, During and fol- lowing / Farmer,' Week. Tuition will he free nol.1 reduced rate, can be had on ill railroad,. A number ot important subjects eon- .erning horse breeding will be discus• lion nor joiut owner with anybody o r red . finer demonstrated. It will PaY are fakes, and old things under new i anything. The money is set aside for horae breeders er anyone interested in names, that do not justify general sub- : a temporal y use that is clearly for the hordes to attei.d. There will be led- stitutiou for tried standard seeds. , benetit of the greatest general industry ure4 on contagioue diseases, selecting. Selecting mature seeds, keeping them Some farmers come to this in the state and the general welfare of ' midi judging hi - ceding stock, and die- from frosts, fanning out light and here town an ran their autoes RED: PEPS . PHILOSOPhY 45 ADS If wishes were automobiles, Elasolkne would be worth a million dollars a the n hole commonwealth. Every citi II ti. tat. -hares either directl - or ctly in the common use. -A. If THE COST OF RAISING WHEAT it II:,1;1 tint -F.. Were 10 slipply libt`, oh jo , 1 it haa COSI theill I. rais.• 1% heat per acre and [WI; Wo r they at•olti show quite a varia The lign •••A - ilf work - done at four teen experunent $110104:1 woOld seen : to be a la ir .41 ill tonisit of a list sue). ; k is•sts. least, they give gooti figures again at n hick the farmer may eheek his WA iiwork. Pit. station ; found thi• cost of pre- pating spritig lib :Well gt0111111 was r aere; fa :1 POW1•41. $2.78; subsoiled :41.12. Seed was , hal -.1 ii s., 1,1111, per aere; interest Santa Claus has come to our store. He knows the reputation of our store and put on our shelves Christmas goods for all. Think a while and re- count the gifts which you have received. They made you happy. Then make others happy; give them Christmas presents; also buy yourself some new things. Please come in now to do your Christmas buying. Ask for punch card and get a handsome framed picture FREE Wanic buys in large quantities and buys for less that is why we sell for less Kennedy --McConkey Company The Quality Store. etion of a carcass to show location o iseased organs and other abnormel co More+ %Gooch 1o:try rause barrenness i tares. There will be demonstration !rowing the use of breeding metro dents and capeules in artificial ins' iination. Anti living sperm cells wil ,e Omen under the microscope. With proper knowledge of this meth°. .1 breeding and a better knowledge o atom' methods, the stallion owner Cal ncrease the useful's, of his etallior net Mare owner can Wain a large_ ier cent of feats from; their mares -yen though many of them may be sh,, weeders. The breeding record of youni •tallione and other valuable sires can 11. inereneed at least one hundred per mitt by employing such methods of 'reeding. The work will be of a practical me oire and every day problem' which con- tent the breeder a -ill be discussed. Addrees all inquiries to the Stallion llegisterntion Board, Bozeman, Mont. UNEXAMPLED .PROSPERITY (Froni Dun's Review) lii spite of the rapidity of the move - only, there k no great slaekt•ning of the advanee that foreshadows the great- st rotnmercial - development in the lik e :we of the countmy. following ninny aienthe of gradual reeovety and adjusit• inent to new conditions, progress has 1 ..eme with quell a rush that reaction /A lived in many quarters; yet the eco- , inic position steadily gains in strength Ind seldom, If ever, has the situation favored continue' expansion. Rua- -- is no longer wholly dependent imp - ii the war demande, the bumper crops, the widespreqd increase in ggoductime, i in the working force and in the power of the people to purchase, baying es - 1:11111.4),N1 to bitsi4 far all era of liner- ! 1mplest prosperity. SAY \HELLO\ When you see a friend in woe, walk right up and Ray \Hello!\ Say, \Old !bother, howir y* do; How's the wed(' oisai . you'!\ Weitz right up, and don't Iii' slow. laugh and shake, and tori - Hello!\ Slap the brother on tho leek; bring pair hand down with r wheek. his clothes are poor ----makes iii never mind, just say \Hello!' I float home -spun shirt may conceal \r. -at strong heart, true as steel; the ,.I.1 coat and eliabloy vest cuts no ico hoot do your hest to make him happ . here oft earth and to feel that he's o aorth. Iket you know that much hap has every day hie sure mishap ‘11 he needs is hearty cheer to mak :ere happy while he' heic, Don't le .6rri think that thP earth was kif1111 artp ,ted im since his birth. Crack his she!' w him out.; don't let him whin* -,II, or pout. Make him tell you all Woes of his heart before he goeos oen't tell him he's a chump but tell tem to get up and hump; tell not to !..• slew, but gel around nisi say \Hello!' lei alive, what eon I do Di help myself, as well use you? Do not wait until he's dead to strew houquete around his head. Nice ivorde spoken are mit of place, of oeu said before his face. Make hini see that you're his friend. and will stay 'ouch to the era\. Yes tell him now egrets sestantially with actual exper• knee 0 . 0- the . , country. Common defects i seed e are: 1. Poor varteties. 2. Low vitality, or low germination. 3. Dinease,--emut, scab, rust; etc. 4. Inpuritlas,- . -Weeds, dirt, mixture of eariCties.,;,; Acelimated'Aaiietiee are usually best, and it is good farm practice to sow seed grown locally. This does not preclude the testing of new and promising sorts as they appear. Many new varieties nail seeds, , ind treating with formal - all around. Now Ben who •hyde, will eliminate low vitality and icease'. Impurities II1UPt be avoided by clean - rig the fields or weeds and votinteer op, ru,wing pyre seed and going over lie seed plots before harvest and re- . loving weeds and \rogues\. The let- - r work will be repaid many times over ride out on mules, increased ylehis at home, not to wears the peg top pants; says bigingo here is my chance. Long distant store bills must not be fooled. Watch those big farmers peak of the advantage of having Pure Automobile ear muffs needs of .euperlor,111 2 1- WY.° the Automobile shirte teed to sell at enhanced ; pres. A few I Automobile gloves I rden and careful' selected will ield k .ced for a tenth acre plot nest year. A Automobile pants, wind proof ._ 1,65 'ow minutes erne used in removing 4 buckle overshoes with eeede and plants off type will make automobile soles he seed pure. and of quantity for two .o live acres. Two to Bee acres of clean, pure seed sown on clean land will yield teed for a quarter section farm. It will ,uay, and pay big, to give at o tention to pure seed. The elinainati-un of weeds is to be the big topic at tl e Montana Seed Growers' Meeting at Livir•gston, January 19, and at Farmers' Week, Bozeman. January 24th to the 290.1. MEASURERS OF FARM EFFICIENCY There are certain factors on which the success of a farm- burliness usually depende.. From these if is usually pos- sible to'il•termine not only the good points in a system of farming but also its deficienclee. The latter being known the method af improving the system becomes evident. On a great majority of farms. success is- primarily dejendent on three impor• talk factors. These are (1) the size tIg• farm business; (2) the yielda of the crops and the returns per animal, representing tho quality of the farm bunineee; and (3, the diversity of the burliness. of (levee many other things have their inflooenee, but the farmer whose biteinees is efficient in these three respects is generally suecessful. Those farms that Kr' excellent in none ef hese respects almost universally :ail. Those deficient in one or two may sue- eed, tout their chances of success are Tree'!\ lessened. OBITUARY NIN, Ella Bowers Everly. wife 0 Ieorge Everly, died last Frida'y at hi ome mu. ar Ihe Ilighwood mountain , a et- an illnes s of 'several months. Mrs. Everts' was born at Athens. III an. 7. 18t11, being 53 years, In month ntl III days old at the time of her teat! Mrs. Everly halt bisai a resident Fontana sinee la91 and on Febrimr . h96 was united in marriage t. ;corr.. Everts . , who 91 'as her. efts heir marriage at Butte they iniinedia ely took up thuir residen't' on th ini h iii the .x4 of 110. HighWoM , mountains, a home where stranger am friend Were alway i wo-kome. About a year ago Mrs. Everly's health began to fail and this fall in Septembei made a trill to Rochester, 'Minn., where she eonsulted the turnouts Mayo Moe. After undergoing it serioue operation she woe able to return to her home, where it Was hoped she would gain strength so 11 , 1 to go throwth another operation, %hid, would a - 1 restoring 'her t her usual good health but after . I5c 25c $4.00 2.50 Golden RuleStore C. R. JOHNSON nine weeks at home did not gain as it was hoped she would. .Altlio able to attend to many hotesehold duties, her strength waned until the end cams sud- denly on Friday morning, as on Thanks- giving the family enjoyed a dinner rooked I T the skillful hand of - the wife eud mother, but as the family, arose the following morning they wire, careful not to disturd Mrs. EV - elly, knowing she needed all the rest poesible but as ehe had conversed with her Ions - band early in the morning and did riot complain of feeling. worse it Wal thought she was merely taking a - Mail- ing nap, until Mr. Eery, feeling a trifle uneasy about Iler, Went It' her bedside only to find her breathing her last, a most bialitiftil sleep, without a struggle glue passed from thi., en/ th to Idler home above. I Mrs. Everty was very cheerful in her 'recent illness and bore her discomforts with patience and eon -tide -rat' on those about her. ' The passing of Mrs. Everly s takes from our community One of the he'Nt, tiont`era of this 'tedium and many of he neighborm and friends of several years standing will greatly MiA ls ibis oompanion and friend. Funeral services were held at the ton' gregational church at 2 p. m. on Sun- day, when a hirge 111111111er Of blends allil neighbors attended the last rites of a good woman. Rev. E. S. Ireland, pas- tor of the local church, conducted the services in an able manner and the de- ceased favorite hymns. coaisting of Rock of Ages. Nearer Nly God to 'rhee and Jesus 1.over of My Soul, a -ere sting by the church choir Burial was in the Geyser cemetery, Mei-ices M. Lynch, Alec Stronach, A. .1. SI:Donald, Joe Strong, Thomas Harney rind 0. Buck- ner acted as pall hearers. The floral display was numerous awl consisted of bouquets bought by neighbors who had known her for onany years. Mrs. Everly liaives to mourn her a husband, tWO A40114 by adoption, August and Arthur Everly, an aerie& father, Hiram Bowers, of Athens, Ill.. and 'ley- eral neicee atut nephews living in the east. ..0041111•00•1111•411,1••••••• •••••=... \11 1 40 „

Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.), 03 Dec. 1915, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.