What is this?
Optical character recognition (OCR) is an automated process that converts a digital image containing numbers and letters into computer-readable numbers and letters. The search engine used on this web site searches OCR-generated text for the word or phrase you are looking for. Please note that OCR is not 100 percent accurate. If the original image is blurry, has extraneous marks, or contains ornate font styles or very small text, the OCR process will produce nonsense characters, extraneous spaces, and other errors, such as those you may see on this page. In addition, the OCR process cannot interpret images and may ignore them or render them as strings of nonsense characters. Despite these drawbacks, OCR remains a powerful tool for making newspaper pages accessible by searching.
s s t, it • '0 VOL. 6. •• Vilij,/ z t - • tia ,• . • GEYSER, MONT., AUG. 25, 1916 fae 'as s• • dn. 'CY ' 6 4. At .e. 1 t. , •o v f. -7-- NO. 29 The Mmitelin State college is prac- tical in it , teaching of animal husban- dry. Permanent agricultpre hi based upon system of farming that will at leapt 'Maintain the productivenees 'pf the soil. It is taught that, generally, stock farming which will involve the feeding' of all rough ages, and in many eases unieh .if the grain Unit isproduc- ed upon the land and Marketing wily the conceni ted linielted products, such 1114 Wool, beef, pork, or milk. th a t eemm e only a 11111611111111 01110(1111 of plant food and fi•rt diver from lie. farm, the fertility aipd productivity 01 m the land van lx- aisiltained under prac tieal conditione. In fact, the livestock business has been culled the key -,tin the arch of agriculture. The livestork bileiness throug the whole iiiii try is changing. Ii Montana the taking up of the fie. grazing laud by the homesteader ;in restriction lif grazing in the forest s rapidly changing ti.,- stuck raising Iron: a range to a farm or small ramai busi in nese. Greater co pekit ion, in produe tion, high prices for feeding stuffs an. grazing lands, high prices for breeding stock and high labor coste are ma kin) stock farming on the old haeie relative ly unprofitable. In fact, the stock pro ducer must put his work on a strict! . scientific business basis if he is to sir. eeed. There was a time when the stockman or farmer could get ahnig in a veiy Ant isfaetory way, perhaps accultilats weal' It. in -pit.. of the way he conduct- ed his business rat hef than because of ' \ a s h it. As has been said in a leading agri Joy. Stewart issues Proc (lamation and sterilize utensils, , tetl 111 II .111 • separator sir for heating water to neat • Co t and raps sures to be I tiou.\ for at the election Novemlier 7. are Then. wi:1 also bc , submit., 1 to t It. - ..minim tc.1 in is procla mat ion i , qualified el...-1‘.es 44(1 . ' , 1 at -a id todny by /..v. S. V. St t. 11.• .ii genet 1 ele. 1 ion 1 mei motion slue a rex old sit shin for he arrest NO, 111. 111.1112, ant Ail 1111 11 1111 and etolts let lion of a ny person 141 .41 ant tog ti,. int I o 111, lit -r1 thus- ek . sot 111W , . rewartl , ii, 11.• 1.11 11 I: 1111., ti,.• 111.1 11111.1141111r ill, 31141 11.• con readily and elle:11.1y be ea] he IVilter. it eult oral paper, \We cannot afford tt t\ lie ignorant of our own business any longer. So boy or girl, 120 man ce won)* n weal ezpeet t live happy Of , atisfnetory way, perhaps accumulatr fr it . unless he knows his business The farmer who does not know hi bailie , s is in 'longer of becoming ;.• I hired hand and the hired hand wh. until t lie total aggregate , tit:rthill, • it.. exchanging. bai lei - iii. sc Lout- or I 1 _,, 1,, Mon . , .f,..'. not know his business will not b. • tan a st... , k man d 1.a. ifT.- it , iit ( in ti -it •to he ..I.s•ted ore: 1, dpo n issig . 4 a i .1citt spirit s. iii'. Is•er. I „ perniamintly tolerated on a farm. Four president ia I electoi s. • Unit wine m int ox ica t iii'.lipioi - a it 1, i ti 'Tie • ' 1. \\'Ilf 11 \ 1 ' . \'oh a / 11141 1 1 1 ' 111 - al f 'II, The deport ment of animal industry cal States senator. I is .i represent at i‘ es r e .i -di te 4.1 Mom a na 4 ,.. Fr. , i' 111 1g 11• 11 ' 11 h\ -- . 1111 : - . 1 111 \ 1 1 \ flir \\ 1 I h \ \ t1 \ .1 \ finn \ 1 it the Montano State college in Bose 111 ealierr.“.• \11' got.e1 1 1.11. \ , 11 - li'11 1 *!. I . ti,- A i''I 3 1 \1 I l's\r` - \/ \ ' i:ii 1 '\‘ I•: 1:1:1 14 'WI .1 3 1 4. . 1111- (eels growl, man aims to teach young men and wo I temint g oi ernor, one chief juit ice ..1 dig 101 . :1 1 .1..4 en.141 m of -.: id .1.1 A111 , o il otii soil, and in our climate have awn all the essentials of efficint an- ti,.. snip's, l ate di11 11 I. ' ...0 •••1 a fy to , II 111i.ling the tilt,.- it 114'11 -a Di ilut -hall a different f' -.-dine valiw than lit. ciuntific -,: orkir.g of the farm and it t al e. tone at torney general. one st a t. , t a ke effect \ . I.-. ds prodiwe.. it. ..t loit se, I ...ns. Th. liirst0C L.. The -tied:Mail alt.. ',, 1 i , 1 11 , 1`111 . 1'f. 1111.• '.1 11 1 1' 11 1 1 , 11 144 1 . . ono' - II 1 \'Iwo it Ill al , . h. -1 . 141 M 1 ird 1 °i i ii.' Let Jig lar lilt 14. , are different. Th. mini nt of prin.iiples 44 right praet ice 1\'\ 1, '\1u1 \l I\' /di ' 15 \ .1 \\ .ti ' ,U \ 1 \ l'\ Iiii ' d ' I \ '''' - \ i -41.1 -11 ' 1 ' at ' 1 ' 1 , in olden.- of ina iii. gement and (mein; of frilling_ id theories NIA C011 , t rlact 1%4 1 .o:li tettf emu mi,-Ittner, awl 1111, . 11'1'1 '7: 111 ill 1 1.\ 1 1'111 11111 , •1 1 1 , 1' . . 111. •. -11 o' \ \• 1 101 -II. , 1 ill s , 'k iii 1. it..- ma XiiiiIIIII re , t -lent , tof breeding. of ,-err.-et arid pr. lit 1 III' .1111r , 1111' 1,1111 1 . ! 1 1 , 11.•111:,:, :111 A. 1 1•111 11 11-11 ' ! 1 111 11- 11 I, .1111 . 1•1 1.111 . .X1111 the stockman lit a Me types of animal, to ,efeet fo i In, ,t a le senate. - in 1 , 11. 11 'if ti-' fool - tit iio 1 ...t a loli-liono,z, Is -I :it oo arid. t oo i i „ - d il l, ,... iii di„.„ - -.., I „ ..„,„1„. ( i um , I m „,,I mg rig ,„„, i,. ii „, . 1 ,,, ..] I . 11111 illg 1'1111111 i.... 1 11 AA 11 : Beie. erhead .. , imlit.\Ioa • And r . ...:: , 1 L• I iii, ..ha's lag 0 n'l . H ....Immo. in of le i: regiens, •lestiterinihnitil. am! failure- \flie di -Big Hoye. .111a ine. Carbon, (*lister, Dow -„):itri,tig . in 1 he slaty if Iii.iit lino.- 1 111.. . 1 .11.dita no Stale College allhae part moil of 14 . el Maus' ry oims f 1-1111, l), -i.1 1.0141', 1;1/ 11:1 1 ill, 11111. Len i- '('Ii.', ,, will a 1,o, he -.11.ini!1:..1 to i 1, , „„,„ ,... it,.. It. _ 1 ,„ 1 „, pp ,.,1 ,.„th. g ,„ ii. „,,,,.„ 1. t hi., ig,,,,,,i II\. and im .p .,.., 0 .,... :aid Clark. Meagher. alusselsh.•11. Park ..i.i.1 elect or- it -.1.1 general • 1.41 II .1 i : the Fu j i... ! st ii .,,„ ! it , gi ,,, a . , k . :: ma ., ,,, h„, w i adh , I ., rim k ., a , stiidy of nuim . ,, Pow ..II. Phillips. Paricie. Sweet 1 irass. the proposit i..11 a , to ii he:Ulna' -.1.11e : , rimy... ill anima I husbandry t idal.' ea , husbandry for successful living on II. and in the comity of Valley to fill e va ca Ma'. Nlembers of the house of represent a t Ives for the several roulettes of t hi ont it led: state as follows to -wit: Beaverhead I, Bighorn 1. 13Inifie I itroilliWitICr I. ( 'a thou 3, ( 'e.t.a...1e I.. Chouteatt 4, eaist er 3, Dawson 3. Deer 1 cclgr4 3, Fallon 1. Fergus 4. Flathead I, Gallatin 3. Granite I. Hill I. delT...r - sof) 2. Lea is and Clark 3, Imicoln 1 .-...iison 2. 1..tiglier I. )1 iiim al 1. Ma , ' , ..1, in 3. Mussel -doll I. Park 2. Phillip , 1. Powell I. P. :. ii ie I. Ito% n Ili 2, Hi 14 land I. Ito -elan! 2. Salidei s I. Sliei iii:, it I. Silxcr Dow 12. St i ., 11‘. a i er I. S1V11.1. , 1;r;1•;••1 I, Teton 2. Toole I. yalley 3. 11 1 thaux 1, `i 1.111111 -Ion.- :1. Of the .1 istriet cou.'t in the v... , imis jud 'via I dist ricts lof the state as follows, to -wit : First 2, Second 3. Third 1, Fourth3, Flit hi 2, Sixth I, Seventh 1, Eighth 2. .Ninth 1, Tenth I. Eleventh 1,, T,,,,-1(th I. Thirteenth 2. Fourteent h I. 1- 1 1 t. . Oh 1,. !sikt,. en if, I. Seventeenth I. ,.. null also he '01100r I I,/ , 'I 1h' qualified electors of the An: .. a t , ...I general eleet ion a proposed a me ailment lit -.ad ion 13 of art icle XII of the con - ..i i t tit i ii . i of the st Ale of Morton:I_ being an act mit it lett \An mit for the submission to the qualified ..1...it ors of the state of Mon - t 111:1 ot Ill amendment to sect sott 13 i .10 - 1110 4101.1;1101 40, - 1111 't:t(. ttf \ IC /111 f11111. crea1 min a r Iv Ii-:, r d of maimilizaimi and preecribine he power , _ authority and dut ies if such respect iv.- board. - ill also tee' tot he .111-.11i...1 elector- of the II 1 4. iti gtonera I elect it 41 11 larttimo , ett 11 Ult', olillent to -48..4 • 2 of rt irk X II 4.1 t .. 1,111 - .1 il III • of the slat i• tI Motian he- lm! oii act mot it he -f: .tul iii to submit to tin /vv. l ifted ors .4 the slot(' Of N111'.1f ,111 11 sit 111 4• 11 4.1 o rt al. X II sit flue egotist it'll ion of liso esete s of Mon o rine relat ing exemption from taxa • • bonds shall la. issued in nit al:wind not ey 11,11,1111,11 Ai I . 1. th l• se nol dollar - ono • a. I Montana Stockmen 1st II.,- 4-11'..11 III .1 1111111•1' As 1111'11 .111•11 fa 1111, sllece•sf Al In us ti ttemia l %v. , . I, must dem. ita . lii t lo fi lar ion. lii trails , ' arid prepor..1 iruturu of feet lie , ha , (Ito -,111 nut it \\th\T''' \\ 111:1111. .1 1,1 11,1 !!!!! 11 do Al 111 Is. 11.1 • NI1'11 1 till tie 1 \'''' ,1 .• I ' 0 ' 14 'd \. \A I III 111 . 1 oppoi Ion iii--- •aleied - I la 1if lit.. colt -10110 001.11 and „pp., t 101 ming mail who I. to pr..% ide tor I he I 'mains- . I 4.11.1'ii, , i impleted a ....11.-gc ...arse lit anima the intoe of the -fate fm ch. o. the practical field of iist we a l t asf th\ e,. 1 7 ,r- , 1 .0:11e 1.01% , •0. riecrirm elf 10111.1.0- h, .1\ 1. 1.111) Jot , , i pltselot and I ot I a A car , 1..111,11 liii -1. it, II college, a ll 1...nil! is, Iii. S, ISO *\\ -• i. - - ti :\\' \ h r\ \ 1 31- , 1 4.1••4 1 1 .1 .1 1 . , 1,1 -1' 111,111 ••• .1 1 1 , 0,, ,itt.' 1 101.1,01011 . % 4 i.ral 4•1...-I Mil 14. till :fox %A...iliac. ale comit isorx \ 1101 ,1\ 1- 1 11 \'\ 1 1\ , \I t - and hi est ockill-I. foi I ail erill 4.f WATER FOR COWS .111 animals require plenty of gcnsl, 'ore water. This is 41.4 .41 he milking disc. :4- A at el ton -141111e, I none than tIn, t, y,,1111 ts ; It.'' %.olottan 'It-- AA al -'r satitplr , 11.1. ler' 14'11141cl , the ,t1 11 111.1 11 • /11.1 :1 1 1 •11 1 1 I111 :•••••1.1 1.\ 1.1 IOWA! , is al., I . 1 411 -1 , 1 /11 1,1 HI/. 1,-1A 411.1 F. 1=n111/.„!11 In 111 11014111111 rea 1,1 littu,.:.11 , -11 it .1 1.11 - 111:1V al lisease germs which might make t milk unsafe for human 1-1,11.11111;,1 11111 iv ic dangerons to the cow bersid Dur Mg the wintei . when cows a n .• -tabled the greater pa rt i,t the t and un It-'.. a rallg1•1111.111 11:1 V1. 1/1.141 1114./e k1.4-11 1% 11141/1 . 1. t hem all the tint, they should lie 'nat.-red 1510 tor thin,-, ibly. if possible. the wet,t should be 13 to 211 degree- , thu freezitig point, and should be -uppli.•.1 at prict Wally t lie so me temp. -rat tir. every 41:1 . 1% tbi, 11 W:1 I et is 111111'. - f fe1.7.111g 1•111111•1 - 11 WO 1• st tired in tool: - and piped direct to the cow, there i- prohnilily lit IIH 01'1,1 .14,11 for focilit W- itt v. aim it : but it hen it stand- in a lank on silt,, It ice i- often forms. it um:idly pays is ell t.. worn, it hiLIillV. This con be done by i tank heater. by 1-11 111. or to hot a at er from a boil- er. If a boiler is used for running a • - sol poisi ions. ere. • 11 1 Iwo , \Nati I 111,. first. prar I prodeetion, is t.specially ill roc' iv... Th.. pries. ji,r high via - he -.ling stock u,t ill classes of animal is te.csing am] I he int •r• ! It , • 1 , 1 1 I I us , •1••11 , 1 1113 i 111 ,11.1d 0 /0 I held tot 1 4 , 1' ••;. , •1:1 1 1.111, T1.1 re i le r41. in this it, ..f - i. ni die 1r:111161 7: :‘ rid ilj.ies bit owl hod, iti, I he lila inigeinent fottio- 1 11 , .t.,. 1.. by boo o oo olo-11, t ool I to Ill\ 11 • 1 1 LI 1 If11,1 Is, Ina Apt,- Si III,, Its, -..1 111 f j...1. T 11 ,1 u - p pia( Wilt ie. 1111. 11 11111111 1 111111111111111111`11 in allege. ex l.'n'a•al• r\nnt Y. ad , is\tY P\ , 1011. 1141.1 114 lit 4t,t rick , neciil hists Iii .1 ilr..aris ami riorrorill ion , are except its iii- :tlt ra,t 'File alma aim experiment station lit lie State make , a seienifie .1 the problems of the NIontana stock man frolti cry t of view. Th. tate l'ollege \tier , tock judging. pull! • i;111 , and praetices ofanimal principles I, iii lirmlci 1(4, of Hui ma ] hr,. 11tirg. iltre and management of his ....I f Slontana s-utnulit iii,-. studs. (if breeding records and . These eourses are SO 1101e Iola - nt .1 end taught t hat flue student is gi t is, brood. underlying, mien t iii' prim n plc , applied to gr neral ennd.d.... and more specifically , they a PI' Ii, NIontazia conditions, liaison to fui nigh an explanation o' Ise workings of the law. Mr. Juilew. aresented (it,- following .t lemma eon -.wiling the hi w: \Any oftiobtied elect or in this *11111 , Vhe 1.i abseil,, of v5pc..1.4 10 fie ale...n1 ions the county of whit+ he is on eke or may vote. \A pplica t ioli me v Is. meat. for officiui . oillot at any time within 30 days pre- ceding ' the primary election, \Application for such ballot shrill Ix a blank iiirnielied by thn minty clerk anti applicant must ha v. wo qualified electnr , of t he precinc I which he is an elector sign and sv. - eat o the application for art - ii cent s must be paid to the count li•rk at the time the application fo - . It( h ballot ia mado. As soca as th fficiai ballot- are in the hands of lb. aunty applicant I - nay rcce,v nem pcv-Tlat or have the ,, anie ma.i .1 to him h.i oils .lerk. \senli al. eaa 51.1er 111i1 t ti 4.111 -rlt I lie roillil,i ol a Ilielt Ile e. lull 11.1. • \f1t otliee r ha i ing : .11, Joel -111.-er Ow his loa me to th 'it, ;III I 111:orls Ma a 11.1 1114 t. •so-le fill soul loLook-o mod Imo; '11. .1/ 1H/• /Wert 14 to the 1 , 1111711y \elerk :Imam. a le. ex teal to hr. 11 . 11iii 11•11 1-1111ut i SS 1-14. , •1 ..•• flills•).1 I 16,111111' ;Iry lorvirat•-.1, g. Is' o.loork nod i oto- and 25, • 11,11 loa /tool ii ill, no. o•lo-uk. point. a scientific standpoint and a eot-ial standpoint Can Vote by Mail County At torney Judson of Cascade gi% I'S II,.' 11/114M illg interesting and instructive explana I i of the op- eration of the law whieli permits one - to i ot e by mail : ,Mmitana i oli.rs alio are g It. 1st. \tit t1 Ihooir oil(It,- day of the primary elect ion need not lose t heir %Me if they will take ad vnntage of the \.1bsent :l'oter, Law.\ They may vote t heir ticket in a II Vance in the bal- lot box. S.•veral persons in this city \Official ballots are now being pre- pared and are expected to be complet- ed by Wednesday of this week. \It is my opinion that the oath re- quired of an absent voter cannot, be made outside of the state.\ It will be seen that this law makes the voter pay a fee of 30 omits to com- ply with it and that II0 olle fall take advantag.• of it inure than 30 days be- fere the election. The rule would apply, it would appear. only when a voter ifi ilur be itir.eilt from the county in „ which he mss' legally vote, so those who phi is to attend t he circus in thin eit y August 211 inlay not avail them - set% es of the lair HMI save their vote. Mr. .1tel-on !golds that while the law is applicable only when the voter is ith• sent from the county in which he leg - is - ill as ail themselves uI lii,. t oppor ally votes, it itko is limited to the futility and that is especially I run of state, so that if a person is content - moil who are emuloy-Isl on the raii1r..ads 'plating a trip to Minnesot a, to be away ind lune I um 111. Illif u.I this' city 1111 their on election ilay, lie is oul.11 lose his„vote •tins 411.4.411 half 4.f the limn. Those wit\ 1 - 1.11.1111 being without the state.- ; they aill be away on Tuesday. Great Falls Tribune. august 211. a ill t herefore arrange to cite by the ne-w la w . There is hut little knoa 14 among the A HINT TO VOTERS oters the won kings of this a nil The primary election law provides - he Tritiiiiie. iii the. request of many that the names of the candidates for oters who inielit .P1'111'.. nit advantage any office shit 11 he a rrenged alphabet W1,111.1 111141 11 -a ving their V4111 1. 111 1(111D' according lo htll nanles. Beea use hem, asked Count v Attorney I of this law, the candidate whose name begins with \A\ or \B\.or some other lirst letter of the alphabet, has the mar deg.. of 'lariats his name first on the ballot 11111141g all the other condi tales for the slime office. FA ery voter ehen1.1 ben r t his fact in lintel. hat in marking his lie llot an election day, he a - ill not give SOrlito -andhiate the benefit of his vote mere- ly because his name begiata with \A\ or \A\. Do not vote for the Mast naps coo come to, but, select eeref ully the man you wish to vot• for out of thie full hat of candidates. ANDREW I.UOMA DEAiD tin Tuesda v mot ning Andrew Luottia, well-known resident of this section. ras-ed away at his home four miles lerth el town. Mr. I uonra had bon ...Idle with :aomach trouble for soma iime but it was not thc..ught that the rid wr,v. near. He is survived by a 4.11. Axel I mans, of Butee. Under ater Thorne , 'Wenn.' eS a- ti•lied from II,,- Falk and t ook the body I.' his titer hors there. where it is now ly • fig nia lug the arrival of the sou In Boit,. Mr. 1.41s mo was 112 years of at , nod a as engaged in the stock bu, incss. DON'T FORGET THAT THE PRI- MARY ELECTION IS NEXT TUES - DAY, AUGUST soth. NO AI iGt jSrl I )1 11 ,NESS AT 'HIE ROSS MERCANTII,F, The warm days of August have no terrors for shoppers at this store. It may be hot everywhere else but the minute you step in here you remark, \how cool and comfortable in here.\ Not only is this store the coolest, and most comfortable store in which to do your shopping, but the Greater Values found here these days is a double attraction. Abundance of New Merehandis..; Coming in Every Iky Just received a new shipment of \Armor Plate\ llosiery. New hand bags new dress goods, trimings, etc., and dozens and dozens of other things. And besides there are Special Clean-up sales in every department. ROSS M 11-ZCANTI LE CO. I Ile( or -port -tied The Home n( Neu' Thiacs .411111.4•••••••••,...4•••••••••••••••••••••=wommorrwmmomos........ t , 1