Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, July 14, 1916, Image 1
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\ ' Ala^ 1- a.. • • \?.. ..7_:--teret- • • VOL. 6. GEYSER, MONT., JULY Li, 4916 How Statistics are Obtained Nearly 770,000 persons: . largely sue- gessful farmers, are now aiding the department by furnishing information, demonAtrating the local usefulness ot new methods, testing out theories, ex- perimenting and reporting Qn condi- tions in their districts—by helping, in short, in almost every conceivable way to increase the knowledge of the de- partmeat and to place that knowledge at the service of the people. This army of volunteers receives no pay from the Government.. Many of these cooperators are actuated solely by a wish to be of service to their neighbors. Others take part in this work because of their own keen interest in testing new methods, or in trying out for them- selves crops either new to their own sections or imported from foreign coustries through the department's plant explorers. It is estimated that at least one farm out of every twenty is working in some way with the department and thus has become a center of advanced agricultural information for its cont• mtmity. In addition to the farmers who work directly with the department there are thousand's of others who ren- der a similar service to the scientist and geld workers of the State agricul tura colleges aad experiment stations. With such a large number of farm- ers willing to work with the depart meta and the colleges and test out tho•ir recommendations, it Is clear that a significant change has taken place from the day when the average farm- er was decidedly skeptical about the scientific agriculture and slow or up - willing to give attention to the recom- mendations of what many used It, designate as \book farmers.\ The wide use made by the depart- ment of,, this large number of Fee- tieel farmers indicates clearly how er- roneouw Wks the once prevalent idea that agricultural scientists held them- selves aloof and that the department consist ed Mainly of eollege•trained men, who were far more at home in their offices or lahroatoriea than on actual farms. It is true the scienti- fie agriculturist may develop ideas in his laboratory, but before he is ready to advise farmers to adopt them he tries them out in actual practice on Government farms, and then calls on a large number of successful practical farmers to give these ideas an inde- pendent practical test on some of their own acres. In other cases he staadies and analyzes the practice of hundred. , or thousands of successful farmers in tional and world-wide c lit 1.114' that regulitte lousiness. This I HO is peva • sionally overlooked lay persons who an endeavor to find the farming meth. are stain ism' to find that at short erop ods which have, through long years of iii t heir Own seat ion - may he to -eon) practical experience, been found to he paineai by . low price. and are in isolose- most successful for their farms an., (pouter inclined to eine-diem the aretir. neighborhoods. Frequently the seient. Hey of the Got eminent estimates. 1st fltIda In One community eert }lilt In its researeltes anti invest igat ions farmers who are suecessful and others the depot I mo is dome in great measure I who are unsuccessful. Ile searches for dependent iti repo] t s from eoopera• the reasons for the stweess and failure tors. Fifteen Ii sand railroad station of the two groups, and then elideavere agents. for exa mirk. hare lawn ilistruct- to make clear to the stiecessful tines eil by railroad otlical, tat titruisli tire • the scientific reason for their ' , Mires,: Office of Nlarket s rind llotral Organiza- and to develop souud rules which will lion it it h posteao ol ro, r sorts of shipments enable the tuisucelessu a fl to pply to of peh be d w tare u risaloles Ilielt rsedn i I their own farms and methods employ- the market Illoas service of the office. ed by their prosperous neighbors. In 'Phis serviee was iteittgurattieol last year many cases, therefore, the eeientist's to aid dealer , and produver , in t recornniendations represents VA , eon- is• ttttttt and ellicient dist ribtot ion and sensus of opinion of a large number of macket Mg of such eroups as st ra iv berries, successful grain growers, truck raisers, eantaloupes. I''' 1'\. early at c. dairymen, or other classes of farm Tariffs am] other data are also sup - managers. plied by the railroads the ont tom ex - Of the 770,000 cooperators, the great (+tinges and individual arms send quo - majority are men who farm foe a tat ions, Qamiles anal ad her information ; living. A wide variety of other oc- MID cold storage plants report monthly eupatione is represented in the list, on their holdings of apples; 5011 mill. however, from the masters of merchant ers, gtotin dealers, elm inliers of emu - vessels who take rneterological observe- meree. etc., furnish the Bureau of Plant tions for the Weather Bureau to the Industry tail k data in 4'011114,1 loll Wit 11 college presidents who aid in the ed. the work ed gro Ill stanolaidi/ation. and ucational extension work of (lie doo. 1,21111 ere:inlet ies and laelea i. - pertinent or the pig club boys who sup re -isn't tee the Itiossou of A11;111:11 lades ply their neighbors with object lessons try. These. tat a 14..t in the profitable raising of hogs. In instances out of many. They seri .• I. a general way the cooperators may le—how. hoea,•ier. the %lay , III it 1i (a Ii 114 divided into three classes: Those who deist t town( keeps in toted, at 11 11 prae information acquired in the course oet ti -al lits•ine.s ati,1 a. their regular occupations, those who eil by thoi swim. men %s him) it is work demonstrate in actual practice the ag- ing It, ois-h.t, rieultural methods recommended b In the -Pt Mal dais: of cooperators are the department, , and those who velun- the thousands of farms who, under the leer to perform with new crops ono' supervi , ion of county p , ..e-nts anal liee• new methods the experiments which front the ilaapart imait s anal (II,. furnish science with the necessary data otgricult oral colleges, are %veal; nag out for practical recommends t ions. on their own farms the met foals reetain- Pronlitient in the first doss are floe mewled his socierit iii.- agrieult me; t he I 158,1100 crop correspondents who nook , letv • a 1111 1! eel the pig_ pooh ry. possible the Government est ima es e ef lint canning . .•11111. ov bee ale Maumee -I oat proalnetion and %aloes. Train., I ,a I /IP 1).•0•.4 - ted ,••• ilothl of I- alit exiwrt s in the Rarean of 'rim Est all I hal..., 1144.1- ; lie 1•111,11 tal la a mates take the reports al these mei, .odoonted fa•r thcio• loe•olo•iii and a- . and loy ref itl comparison and a vet a Melilis tall 1116.1 1'1144'11,g r tte•i•;!rItot - aging at 0 knowleolge. 461 set ua,a ala liv thititati , l , of I 111 sonditions throughout the vomit rv Moreau., county assoein I ions. u,ual 1,111 Whieh conlel not he obtained in ii Inv munit y e•Itflos: neorly 10.001 holders pa other way. The informal ion thus se impre,ves1 method- in hem sekeepitig tie roared Bad pnblishiel by the Gov. -mimeo Itili at ak • V.. is an invaluable guide to the far Iller, the State otlio ials who ntel in extensioor and business men of the country am' work, in the distribution of animal an effective obstacle to reckless sped; serurns and raecine anal in oither ways, lit ion' and the manipulation of priees This demonstrat lam work is of 'Hie WItkenit .411.11 a system the knowledge oitine-t,'!initiortance - in the spreaol of possessed hy shiy one inelividnal would sound agrieulture. It is almost Mr Iota- prot•-•I ell nit 1,1 ogniost his le -fie -al to steppe t the lei. , vagalp!,1 ;I II a mar mains al inv Ill!' navy ...lila It I lie 1110 4•1 I lie 4 , 0 a .1 t.• 11 W.,: . .1 . 1 1 1.611 46 It.1 s p a s...1•41. Halal t'l a• , 111 s !..I 1114 .1 till. r. the 011111ti?, , /.• \161 IA .611 f the far hitel a lb- •_.'''stt head at all ten., to build 11' . tile %lest 11 11.1 Will add Illttre III tile per - Mont Iti 1 al141 ._ ! 4•11 y oef 'hi eitst Iwo Laded,. .1 ha. lt•-• la, loo poi k hareted veld n', Sma La laioli ea . \Id v - r e era rks aloe elm teal in t t °illy Tarosei- :lie t Ile all sill priels-r Ili,' twou.1.1:s..sa -4e - i , ty, II.' 1aii I- ell ow' They aro- the I, -.Iwo I'- ley ma e -f the larger pod' of II , all 11. I'-'' the greater share all ta \ate en. Wit hold t /111111,111 Ilht. a Wild V‘h-ll 11111h a ti10111.1. , , itil the l:ovet /1 111, tit could 'la L) -vast si months. • I, ..ra at in the nrce.'le instate e. oof it. etteet in Alabama iseit !unlined ilig. A f. at Near. ago 4 rinisiii elOvei ia as tin unknown erop ;it tha: sttife. The deli:trim: tit di-vol.-al ale con'iole• ble st Holy that it wit, taw a. suitable for i sea t ion .1,-1 .1.444 111111,t1 ta 111[1 41,110.1.il Tea iswr.; eiteh lit counties agreed to plate: I ode a 1111e s ti xperimen Two t. year , Liter there eeie acres II Vrilli, e .1 s II/Vr _t Is 1111 Tile Obit, 1.l!St. 46 1k 1..1,1 halt it elit 44. 55 . 10...111 the tt.:sist alive which it re allil sintilar alt -pill ( one Ill 1011111 Mit at. the 11 aak oh.e.s. The fact I hat linnoireols of them- , ands of pritethsil farmers :11111 fault 1 : 11v1 it worth their while to elev..) time e. the depart mem ittiderstking iti.:it. - that the,. believe then' vita to their i7i.% SI a /lairs. FARMERS WELL SERVED \Vet exemption Nloont aim formo.r IIRVe no - aeo been st, stall represented a li'ashiuo...teto as by Senator Wally I Myer-. Nod only hos ho., the fat - of the 1.1- 41.0111 , 41111esS a (4,1 1 ., rat ii•ally see11/1..1 the S7511,11 1 / 1 as llidt is tlie ion IWO 111 the Flat his f a valt 'a)total a iedal , for the farmers of t SamitTm•twomattn. alt -al ut will usually make the best but- t et . After the erettin has been ripned oo liel is in the elan Moog Pat J....sm. the churn -heath( be stoppool when the granules re aboent the sikko of a split peat. A- , o.%er elooseitog tos well its under oti c tig. TIllt• lint yr should t* wash - .is .4.4611 as 011111i:11g is coMpletii, his - lag ill %till rill Welling' ater that is t wo .1 - the.... degrees than the butter. still:ttg the lint Cot. taste roles the moment to list., ilstially an w (Hoe e.erV of butter. This should sifted on both -ilk-. , ias ef the butter .1 he'la. it ill iit. granular stale. (to 11- vg la, o.v.-1 -deo% R mit t tee bat er as t limed Mt. a solid noass. Al• o ii,' moss to lie. 10 oer , 211 mount es. e the. but ter 'Tears mutt bob it os eau , - at lov clitionina.: into too large graiiiibas., • la iela a•111 1111 11111k. I 11 11 la 1:11.S.`al 11 1 111 lag he Mass .61i l Sal 1 k4.1 it oil midi; ...wet o , e. k The - angle oshing to a ll mi 'Joules. Vi t o y hotter Is Ow - .1 i st ibitt ion et salt. The oo ei!o.r all the lout bar is e arhaps the largest eon,. for e•ounieloitit ,f lea al totereloatits. If lint tfr has hewn ,a at La -al ill Ow ),1 1 ;11,.. it It 1 \k\ \1' \ ,11 . -1 ' 1101 i.\ - e t 1,1111... 4.1 'Nati •I Mad , . Ii 1'. v ;ilea is :Clow eat II 411 . 1.111 1 Voitll (Ii,. 111V-- NO. 20 year will drop a ppro i taunt ely 7,500,000 bush elstat 40 w %, hile sprin w g heat will make a gain 01 a little over one mil- lion lin-hels ti ;mill of about 1 3%• Taking the United States as a whole, it still he seen the 1910 production of both winter and spring wheat will no doubt he munch below' that of last year. winter w heat falling approx- intuit ely 2110.(100,11tal lairdaels and spring wheat a - L.00001W n If one is to be guided by the figures, it fair guess on the 1016 ('till) of Iseth whiter and spring wheat woulel be that the tooted production would lo.• nearly 1340.1100.000 Imshels below t hat eel last v'ear. 'float is all ' 1.14011111.11-. 111111 Wit V rof Avheat and if w bent mei.. the oaly thiii2' produced. this falling eat %% owlet. no olondolt, have a two rkeel Milli owe all prie.. of this pro.htet. Hui., ea es', the 411-4.1 all Witttel' us- .I largely toy %dater killing mei t lois land loots been some,' tat taller ellilas that Will ill a 111.•:istiii. offset the loss indole tit to this o winter killing. The present net iom1(1 a the market neve: t laidiass indicates that a wheal at all cotillion. to H11 Vallee in prier at leest until the harvest scason opens . The est itilat t• t nat.. 011.1 barley. both for liar -tote a lel he I 'nit ed Slit,' , . -thou hal are .altitii,t toil 11.11. It i- tatle-r -isag to ren.' „ 1„ „ Leal, lit''a' th..ir a al, t (lam' '\\1\\ \) \ ( ' - asaid a all till,) tia bat I al,s131,.. ,. 44 till ti„, \I. lii , \ .T \' I a ill lit still ' 0 Y ' -flt (et het 4)114.1,-. 1,114,0 t1•4, ill.C.1111.illg 11114 ha poi ...hal ha high :is I I all.: 1..1st ill, anal a 14.11.s, flat x ta' • d'1\ 1 \ i '\:: \\ m \ --I k \ \ \ 1 a, tlia• 4 , 111% Mi.. %%111,11 .11,11V , 1111 Ut- in king ;1,01 t eta avf 1, bit -4 1..m1 trn IH - - all, a 11111 \' I \'\\ \ at I ' 6...61 11 lade Ilia- in I lie other nat111 • I /11. gl .1 Mlle , 1•1.1 -1 111 lt1 .0,„,tt i„ 4.1 tt 1111.1111its .latl ill this c ,, 11- 1 1 1 Thi , t .'\ itI \\ 1 \ . \ thl \ t \ t tt ' I tiun ' Thr eon ing data MI priews. ' 'I t he average It s vi. I : I n f . a o t o t hang,' ( e t k in' ! hilt. - 1st w - ent bile that o f who , oof wheat ,at.- t Memtaita this yeer a -al 1,1•Ike. the telt teo I 5,a -I Alla -1011 99 ' , H . • n i t ,..1 PY Ole at eta*, !aria, on duly fir-ot A g1 1.4 ...O tt \..i el lo r i a t ' l otpoio he tem 10.\last Iva s petal tire. It as ill ala 4,11.• It / 114,1..4.1. ill !he pasod ra liable. deo ory t lom MOIMi , The 1 la r not 1 ,. 1 : \ : 1 11 1 1 1 . 1 1 :1 7 11 2 \a e 1 1 :•1! \ : ,1 •I e. ai s v t l'ile\111111;.1 Its'.11e. t' t r Ilaloee po-eio\;1 till Iii rl'ti'a,' ill ; t • '1 11:1 1; \ Alt \ \\' l i '•\\ '\ 'aIiliahIia'i • I,at' erease ill priee 4.0111111n at the '.11 111.' 1 I . . 1: i1,111 11 illg -11,1, .i I I- .1 falling ill product loll 1- 1111 - to 112 -I Iliac• v. di he to ad St 1111 o err 11,1m ind ni illy A.... th,,, \ .it Il. ''\ l• -,aiti I\ a I ' m • le-ultoef an ...At ra ve a-. hold in ' a S .O'° ill II \ t weave elm atm and by Linnet - them- ] a ia,ta I a,( .• 11.1 • 11.,; •6. .11I 1 a 1 4 r an • . mere- y ere.v. I In it- Ill.Ill. 1 1 . I La at, I It -'.War at IL - I 11 '''l ' hare \ I' it • Aititaati'.rla th1. ' 1141V. . 1 '.I.. 1 . : in . • -. :4 i , ng 1.m- .11 Ill ii ' erliniellt is moint a nomi and supprl 4 ,.1 . ... a .i .. T . .... 1 , .... , ,..„ .._-;.„,.. g i r:. . t• ,...„1 w il' i , . . . 1 11 a lir 111nin liv farmers, altilnueli farm, , 1 . cr,IT , ,, ,,,- _,.., - ,i..;_, , ,,, o ,, - ,,, „.,„ , . orr . n. . ,_ 1 -cue dinolalin.: bouve \ i\. '\ - ' ' 6 \ .\1 \ 1\ (I \' g r \ (1(- *,'.. A. ll' — ; 1 - •! .A: -- 11 - 1:. s. 1 . ), I , .irt ' In`'t et\I'\'Y -. I: ie - 1 ti • . r pin 1 of our poptilat ion. a lt howl: , .... I. , ,4 , /. . . ::1 I ... i I_ 1 1.- . V„ii : - 1 neepeearilv he limited to la condi loos-dile to name the molly foot Ins in Om% lutist' ovo'n Iwo 1.1 Ow ' , taw\ r;-- al _ _ I o o o i.• . li .. It . i tatl,.1 . I la 1-'61 II, it! thane, and it is no longer (wall but 1111 - m 16,1, it is Is en,: a a , re. d on. bait ,,,,, ! oo l we Ii eer 1.ies and t toe oho emel-rs eel I)o • - I . . '.. i 1.1 .1 1..111.• 1 lie in.lefliliel t• lilie. ' '... 1 .. Iv 1 )ii.1• hal I. 1 . 4./..•ili.al le., ra,11.1 Sow Pure Seed iii.. it. law mak- Ready for Business \Get Out and Get Under\ GET out at the R. M. C. store and get tinder the roof on the inside, where you can find everything in fresh fruits, vegetables, groceries, meats, hardware, harness, shoes etc. Ifyou are having trouble with your bread try either Roses or Stanford flour, they are backed with a \Money Returned\ Guarantee. We will be glad to show you our stock and figure your bills and then furnish you the best money can buy and at the most reasonable prices TOO. You need the Goods and need the Money. _ ROSS MERCANTILE CO. Incorporated The Home of Good Things it tails tee stale! • I'lois la; 11;.soti.11410 (.. t.• h .1 I.. thi...2 t lent tet ro.teotrossi last 1,1 1 : tgl , r the 1 nil a -I plioasa ggla“.I had let eennot tio• state,. 4;0,14111,1MM as a 11111i1:1 111.• I,' reom poor e I 'tenni lest ime „ a l j„ 3.05 . 160 isoo hy. p•- , - It On:Li per 1.1.111 . all ill f11 - 1111111.1• 11 1)1111 , st II, -f a l111 1 1;1..1. tiglites 11,,1l 1 2 'aorta. of tool.: itt Ito pound. all , 'MOM Min the m. inter •, , 4 yield (1,1'. of the -Go y mar Ittit.ie, v all be ematiletfsi iv, 11 . a 151 a e -I' , I kali An . % ‘61 116•1 104• 1) 011. .1.•6 1 .0. olitiee , hat tiled- e.f forte ly all ot leer ela sses oof iweepto•, BY / -' 1 * (1 f 1:1,1 11.1[4•1 . 1 and :II, I t ha ra .1 , lit,- 1111 I •I I:•• .1,r,11,.,1 „ ail r184.108.40.206 ca re osegie it eon ,1 lel at tent ion th, ro , la Ines (Ii eet te.yeem s,astal 1,. tat aaf 1.1.,„, leo eeeo ei einem Iturea ''1lop Esh h alo . v 11 , deo - . 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