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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1907)
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ADVKltTISINO ItATKS ON A l'ri.lOATlON
. Kntarcd ns second class matter Amiusi
2i), 1PGI, nt the Postolfice nt Minims. Ore.
under the Act of Congress of March 3, ISTti.
when dry, put this olenn
grain into clean bV gcaldet
sacks and scald otit your seeder
Do not smut your 'clean grain
all over again or your labor is
lost. Clean weed produces a
March 28, 1907
- p . 1 . t
01 me utuusinir ientures
of life President's order cancel
ing the previous order holding
up linal proofs on public land
Entries is the eft .rt of main
Western Senators and Con
pressmen to get credit lor seem
ing this action. In neurU
n reply to a query mm ms HVery state west of the Missis-
teict Attorney Frank Menefee. sij,pi, newspapers 'friendly to
of The Dalles, Attorney Gener- particular Senators or Congress-
'al Crawford rendered an ,,ien haVe published the atnte
opinion regarding the taxation ment'thn't this order was Wum1
of indemnity selections made after Senator Jones or'Connie-
TAXES ON LIEU LANDS
in lieu of forest reserve lauds.. m;in Smith hurl t.nnfrrri -iti
The opinion says: u,e President. The report
, "Replying to yours of the- will make friends for the Con
"21st inst.. asking the opinion of gryssmen among the voters who
mis omoe as to wnetner inaem- were interested in
.Vity selections made in lieu of were held up for investigation
lorest reserve lands are taxable hind tli o-mmmioI rmhita win
- m 111 J I J ll
TO ENFOkk FENCfe LAW
Gnrflold Roorots, Howovor. That
Such Legislation is on Statutes
WAflR AT 57 FEET
Washing on, Much 2fi Sec-
re 1 a r.v Garfield todiiv issued an
oi'dt-r for 1 he strict eiif'orc-meiit
of the law prohibiting the fenc
ing 'of the public domiin. In
1 t 1 .
uoniu so k- mem onmi n-
-H'ris made at the Inst sess'on
of Congress to obtain a tnodili
canon of this law, which was
passed in 1SS2, and .ocpivssed
1 egret that no discretion, l
as soon as the selection and
segregation is made in the local
office, or are they free from tax
ation until such time as the
secretary of the interior ap-
care. As a matter of fact. 1 h
order was not secured by argu
menf, but rather by cutting off
the funds for the employ ment ot
agents to investigate the condi-
niven the (jovernnient to net-
mit the continuance of fence-.
'that are clearly for the benefit
fall interests." He predicted
that hardships and loss wouid
ie occasioned, and especially
o the slockrniser and home-
maker by the strict enforcement
i he law, and adds:
"But, so lomr as it is nn the
patens 'I'"1 statute books it must be en:
foiced, without considering the
reasons which led to any viola
Drlllora on Agoncy Plains Find Wa
tar NonrSurfnco Out ContinVio
A small quantity of water
wassttuck in the well which is
being drilled on the "W. F. Ma
uill place on Agency Plains last
Tuesday evening, but as there
is not sullicient for all ranch
purposes the well will be con
tinned for some depth yet, in
the expectation ot securing
water in plenty for till purposes
The drilling had proceeded to a
depth of about fiO feet on Tues
day evening, and next morning
when work was resumed it was
found that there was quite a lo
of water in the drilled hole. At
first it was presumed Unit this
was surface water which had
tun in, but investigation estab
lished the fact that a small
flow of water had been en
countered, from which the
water in the shaft came, al
1 hough there was not enough of
. t 1 1 . 11
proves tne 11st 01 selections ana tjons surrounding the home
passes them for patent, permit 8teiui or timber land entries.
me to say, in 1113' opinion tuey OreTouian
are free from taxation until the
list of selections is approved by It would be a great pie(
the secretary of the interior. tfd luck ior the settlers
it to provide for all purposes.
The order calls attention to J Mr. Magill and those who are
1 he making of gaps or mainte- putting down the well feel
nance of gatewas in illegal encouraged over the strike,
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ir-m cu, miu eii) & nun uiese win 11a as uo an uiy ieaiuenis
relieve from liability under the on the Plains who have heard
law. The cutting down of the the good news. It was not ex
wires and allowing the posts to pected that any water would be
persons injured by illegal ot 5 feet, even 111 small cinanti-
fences to make complaint. tjr, upsets all previous calcula-
o stand will relieve from liability, found before a depth of from
fiie orders say the Department 350 to nOO feet was reached, and
"The frenernl rule hitri down 'f Agency Plains if the "strike" ot Istico will act vigorously many believed that it would be
Tby nearly all of the cases is to water lepoited at a depth of '''li"st violatorsof the law, and necessary to go even deeper,
the effect that lands are assess- only 57 feel at the Magill ranch '"' ""'Nation is extended to The finding of water at a depth
able for taxing-purposes in any should develop into an abun
'state from and after the time diit supply with a few tet
when the applicant has done more. While others, even on
everything which the law re- adjoining farms, might have to
quires to entitle him to a patent tro deeper, it would completely
and we might add this, some destroy the theoiy so frequent
officer, who has lawful authori- 'y advanced that it is going 4.0
ty so to do, has passed upon the be necessary to go to, or below,
sufficiency of the proofs and the level of the Deschutes to
tions, and the continuation of
the Magill well, will be watched
Campbell Talks On Farmin
1 Says the Right Method Ha Been Discovered U c
9 lor Succcssful
v arming, dui I lint 11 Must lie Thoroughly Understood
duy'H hosmIoh of tlio TrAiiHiMlH.Hoiu
Dry I'u rm t tip; CotiVcKM hold In Don-
vi-ron Jiiimiu y ill, i!o itnil 1(, 1007,
I'roA'K.Mor 'ft. W. Campboll
cnrryhiif u n
" hi -ia.(!t ,.,., "'"""on ,
"'"Ml,,!,,, ' ,p ?'! 1.
, thn for. h.ivtn r y "'"t
"'VIIIK M.0II U, ,
moat Aimnlimn oxpmiont of miluntlllu uorn, vhilil...!
funuliiK and tlio nmn afii'r whom ttio wln.ui Tn,MVM
Oimpboll xyHtom imnioil, wuh Hit. the tronlih, iiii?"""1 ,"llow'
nrhin ii'il noiiii (nr. Mil Mitlil; I i..h t..n. l"" IHHn nf ,
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mil or piiid'. 11 wilt) (iiuiiMl u Dry without Hay i. ijiu.I 9
FartnltiK Coiikiuhh. f do not luidur- dovulooinuot nf 11 ' w,lfcttver to
Miami much alioiil dry farnilm,'. Tim f furl lilt v. If von 1 1 v nonl
proci'M I liitvo boon oiirryliiK mil In-1 In tholr ('X.iniii,lt , 1 U 1
dlcatex wot fiirinliiK. Guillmnn, I tlm corruut iir.. u'tM
. I " "n-Mirr, link um..,.
invHolr, iih 0110. wont Into Hum nrulrle I of wIk.hi ""-rii .
oioinlrv Icoovvloi? mitliini? wlniiiiv.ir nfl lllf.. 11,1.. . UnH "''iHtil
"w .ll Tl IIII4.I..I. ...
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A )letisant surprise party
was given at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. 0. Lamson last
with increased interest. Woik
wjis resumed yesterday morn
ing, the hole being 57 feet deep
at that time, and will be.
RESEEDING IN UMATILLA
That it has been necessary to
reseed nearly 50 per cent, of the
grain in the Juniper country
find water. That theory was.
.in fact, given its death blow bv
the strike in the Macrill well.
and should it be demonstrated
that a'plentiful supply of good
water can be obtained any-
, , . . " .. 1..II.V.. IIIIVI Kill 17 C
Saturday night. Those pres- pushed as rapidly as possible,
-nt were: Mrs. Perry Read.
Jim Head, Miss Lula Osborn.
Mi. and Mrs." Rob Osborn.
The evening was spent in phiy-
inu Flinch. At 10:30 a light
lunch was served. f
a'nd otlier sections northwest of U',,H,V within" a depth of several
here is stated by those who are
familiar with conditions in
those parts. The farmers are
now activelj' engaged in reseed
iug and hope to have their
enms in lipfVit-p rim p!iim i-j fiwi
faradva.ued. Because of the fiu" wHI in the Yakima Valley wheie they expect
Grizzly Butte and the other
hills in the range to the south
of us have been covered with
snow during the week. It
snowed here on several days in
the early pait of the week, but
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Menden
hundred feet, there will be wotk lia11 refnrnec.1 ,10, hist Sunday sufficiently to more than
cut out to keep half a dozen hom VJlly points, where they cover the ground, and that soon
drills busy on Agency Plains ,,ave hu visiti,1 relatives foi melted on the fiat. Windy and
for the next year or so. "Ifc! Pusl Iew niontns, omsiery, wnn occasional show-
Jess Harcrow and familv left ers 01 "ai, 11,0 weather of the
Xllf'i-nufii I c 1 11 1.-i 1. t rf n 1. IT.. 1. ..... I .... ) 1 Ar I tiast WHhIc )U luinn T.i 1. IVm.i
v.nu. 1, uiHiiiug ui mi niic- i"i x ui liuiiu iuot iijonuaj , I ...vi .".H mi iiuiu
to make Peasant, although no injury
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evtro work mod nneHss.-irv l.v ",,lJU,"ll":o 1,UL u,,13' "e- u.eu lumre uome.
the need of receding, other cuuse l iiiYurds fl 8UPP'y of A basket dinner is to be given
.uei iur niigauon, dud oe- at Culver next Sunday.
;'wl P"; Mrs. John Saxton
uoinestic purposes, it 13 said
Spring work is being delayed.
Until a 6hort time ago it was
not presumed that any portion
of the county would have to
reseed, as no particular "freeze"
iiaa occurred, uut now H is
declared that the late sown
giain in the northwestern pari
of the county never germinated
because of the ground being
too cold when sown. Eau
ia bum :!,
mat tlie well completed last
week, will supply water lor a
a towii of 20,000 inhabitants.
To get a supply of pure, cold
water is the problem of the arid
region from the Columbia to
Grain is looking fine.
CLOSING SESSION WAS A GOOD ONE
has resulted to the crops.
Mr. ami Mrs. E. II. Batten of
Bend were in town this morning
on their way toPoitland where
Mrs. Batten will enter a hospit
al lor treatment. Air. Batten is
making the trip to the railroad
by easy stages, and is accom
pjinied by a trained nurse, who
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out. Wo aro oonlrontliij; anotlior con- oiiiHhillf nu,. ., ,"u"nS
illlfioor Unit mini. 1 Id ml Iftlun. Ih m.i I.. mm M,. 1 u t
1 ii in 111 i'i, ,
Iiitii now Ih dial tlutro Ih too mtinli
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thioK Ih to ho done. Wo iiiiihI coiiuoii- It lo m olftirly.
crato upon Homo oortaln lino ami ko lo I In 11)00 It wuh mii.u...., ... .
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"ui 1'"" miiuiiiu mrnu iuii)iu I null llui IWIiy-lNSO ftli tj j .
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iiiiiiiniiiiun 111 .1011 .'iv.Mtn IttlWII 11 j I I nil II- niiillt 111(11, SVlll'H I
iiomoHtoiMiH on lanil tliul It liuil novi-r xi;hlvo Uvnt fur a lnm lr 11
ouforo boon utiiuiorod could bo lian I yet our on.o u-ri.i h.-.. .
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i.i-u. 1 nu i.i.iiiiiur win rt.-iii;ii iiiuuo I ' nu mn V IWoitiul n U..it
Inill r.l .mill.. I II.IV. I.....M
..v hw. WK i J "! II WUH imil.Hr llliul...
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.......... ,....r,, iiihiiviiii-iiiiii "VAl lUIIIHVIOir lf.r ......
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ny; utfCHUHo or mo womiorrui cropp,.t. i.-mt yt.r ,, ,
r.tMtilbi In itimt.iDi C. .ti.n.ilii diirti.ir 1 1.. I IohI l.iir.ir.. 1.... . .
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pam ymir, wmon wort) noi 11110 10 u-iijiih what tin- ye I n. i,,,, ,
soii'iitlllocuuivatlon, in a vory law uot mimi'ililiiij Jlke hvkikv i..r..
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oi't'ror, out 10 1110 iomiii comiuioiiH initi a nair oiihiim, ninl u m1H wl
unii AitiiiKiuy proviiioii. in t lie i all
of 11)05 wo hud an iintiHtml pnulplta
ilnu. That wator wont Into tin
ground. It didn't ovaporato lieoaiixt'
or lilt) cllinallo C'.ndllioiiH. It wax
The last, but one of the most is P''' to make the trip
the Ualitornia line, except in enjoyable sessions of the Mud 'ls """"tablo as possible foi
interior region. Oregonian.
Bulletins have been posted
calling for bids on the Westside
mail service from Shaniko to
Betid, via Madras. There have
been numerous delays in the
granting of this much-desired
service, but the end seems to be
in sight. In addition to the im
provement in our mail schedule,
the new service will give ue a
TO KILL THE SMUT
The Washington agricultural
college at Pullman has issued a
valuable bulletin on the method
of It eating wheat for smut with
the fonuuidehyde mixture. The
The foimaldehyde treatment:
Formaldehyde, formalin and
formalose are the same thing.
Formaldehyde should sell tit
diugstorea, in pound bottles, for
about SO cents a pound, and a
pound will treut40or 00 bush
els of grain. If properly used
it will kill the smut witlumt in
' juiing the wheat.
lluw to treat the seed grain:'
Sprinkling method: Clean a
lloor, or a canvas, if smutty, County Journal to his
with scalding water; spread &ix
or eight bushels of grain; sprin
kle it with ti solution of foimal
dehyde. Shovel the grain until
every bit is wet, then throw it
to the upper end of the trough.
Repeat till tlm trough is lull.
Cover it with wet sacks for two
How to care for treated grain:
.. ''iuv,SwUu iivcj ofjiwiga jnerary aouiely was
water is available. Hauling held last Saturday night. The
water in wagons for a distance schoolhouse was filled to over
of five to 20 miles is one of the .flowing with an enthusiastic au-
hardships of farming in the dieuce from far and near, who
were entertained with an inter
esting debate and literary
The ladies served refresh
ments ot coffee, sandwiches and
cake, after which the crowd dis
persed feeling that they had
spent a very pleasant evening.
Mrs. II. J. Baclimtin, who
was quite seriously injured in
a dynamite explosion in which
hwr husband was killed, and
which destroyed her home,
early in February, has snfli
cienlly locovered from her
injuries to be moved, tttul left
r t .
iMciiotas Jacqulnol, for I)it.
II. Snook has nm-
chased the quarter section
known aw the John Bennett
RANCH FOR SALE OR TRADE
Good stock farm in L me and Douglas
riiiiiiiiKV i fin rif re m ifn imti. i .. i iiAikuini.in i i. .. i i
dai y including Sunday service, good ,r. ior ,00 head ,., Mf rid been clos nl the fi , J Z
Which the patrons of tills office and productive, requiring no irrigation; week. I hi8 f tttut" ad o ,!h
lltive greatly desired. finest of water and climate ideal: health, the homestead .,f l)x
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i.ii.iu.o ui uiLuiiiy muurpasson; no irjcct tauii win greatly1
iari ijiiliey Jias OlSlJOSea Ot Pest m garden or orchard; fish and grime value ot their ftilich
his interest in the Crook plentiful, a bargain at $4,000; closeit
oy II Vo lllfll win. with Mile I 0jt
liiu .i mil 1I1..,.. 1., 1... 1. ..
wncrt) tin. hiit-1-i.tiii.r 1.1 .... .
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tlll'lll. Ori.iuirj. .. ..... r ..
tlioro III tlio Hprdiur whon you prpurotl tlmin with xliollfd nut UV lud
your tii.'lds: ooiiHcoueiitlv with tlio yoml
inolHturu 111 1 Me uroiintl. your uroin MhihIiuI to thn hit. (,,r (,., r .
n. . i. . .. . . I .... .
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uij iiL'iiui. wi.iuii PL-urt'ii nuiuo 111 infill I J mn uilllK, Kt'lill ill n. inch
out It wnn an Ideal oomlltlon that It any 'qiii-Mtion aboui tu ii4rrl ii
wriH dry then, booatiHo, wllli the inaltotliat wo have foaml Hit m
molHturo ia your, coll, nflor putting U10 how, tlio lime, the numirrof
your crop in yon uoiri want rain, von uvatini; mo noil in wi.icti we are
want to lot that grain 001110 up and t gut rv ultn, anil If the pimi cm
cover tho Hlirfauo with I Ih follao It carried out tln-ro i 110 iim-oiun In
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cully, all throUL'li Kaunaii and NebraHita 1 ami llic rtiihaiiili of 'i xh mni
1 ... .. . . .. . .. . .1......1 ....... .
unii I'u.Hiiirri i iiiririiiin iiiirimr in im ltiiiiii iiiiriii.n i. svw u in- .
n , ,
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follau'o wan practically covorin tin' I am with tlio country f,ipitr iiori
Htirface, tlio raliiH came Jtirit rlKht. K"' hoiter nvvnii crop t!
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jvii in iin I lauded in what Im now the dltluii and control It, ui.ri l-y tw
north part of South Dakota. I have I do It in Illinois limuaee llii-j lu.v
apont that omiro 27 ycaiH In tilling tlio oiuoh rain.
hoii ami Hluilylng IIh comlltlOiiH. Km .ow, Kutiiicmcii, i im ma w-tm j
18 ye urn I have done practically noth U t kt thlH aM)erilii a a mt
oIhi, and for lo yearn i have lived with ouihunlahin lo iuli forward IJ
it and Mlopt with It ami traveled with ho douo if you will leaniliow, i
it no l will VOtllliro ItlO HHHort Oil tllal " nave ui ieui n. iijii
I have never met a friend any whore f " ,,,)" '
mid talked with him l! v.. .11I11111..H that l'rofo()r HI. K, like liurij' cf
..... i . . . . . . I . i i... in i
i. iiiiwill in IIIIIIR HJ IIIU HIIDJtUl (II IIIOI " .....v., . -
cultivation of tin. Moil, r nmnmi hi.li. Hiimuier. I tremolo for Hie O-'Ulti
It. there aro ho manv who do nut uuJ
What wa want U tlumoiiftrnlinir Huh method of furunufr
fttriiiH. Wo uant them ohLhIiIIhIiviI I will loll you how I tot onto I
along tho Ilm.s of the railroad', audi Hummer fnllottli.ti i.l.ti. Vee
hope the tlinu may oome. and In the round wan ilttci fr wh.ierwiiMt.
near fuiur. ultmi 114 iitri i f Iim wan nut In. and in th
ewtai. iNiiniunl ii ......I. n,,!...).. ,,r .. Ill WM ll i I uteiv anoju" "
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Mio lel or (iBinonstriitliiif f.irni whin.. IHiU, aliallMoim i.hi n u-
tlio farmoru oau omno and eo u lllt J Ho tltfH Idea at all tli- l, ml
tli.ilr iiwn .i...j ...l...i i.. .1.. Ili.iini wl.v f diil I', hut I Be
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Tlio awertlon wi.h in,..li. vimii.rilHv there and llMied that Kfl
nu. i iii.iru ..u ....i .i i.i I) mi fii'i.iiiit iiirouei ai i"" '
........ v. ...I1....I.M.. iiiiii i ti. film ii... 'w ....
iioalloo of work laid down for the "'"l l,'n ''na full- l"" "
eilllivathin of tlio noil. I mn- were wonderful, ami l
uii im ami th,ro Ih, and I think we 1 ' "turted out wlih '
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doi.l.t where at ono farm i have M,,lu,,t bo ll80,'l,,y 1 ... nil
urUWIl MIX UOIiNeelltlv.i rni '1'ivi. nf HOOllOIIH. to ullllliili-r
... . ' . .. . . u .rollout'
u.u ix were grown In 8oiihoiim exceed-1 year aim mj m"' fMU
ii.giy uiirMVorald-, and wo lmv uotlen
.p..... I....II., .1. Ill I Iri.lil I In. L.l Mi.IiIh M'C
' "'J nn.v J iriu LiMiiiniiuiin-i ... ..ry crOJ
ly i lKlU aloiig. ThlH Hliite.neut wuh ll'"''" r four or live er i" J
in... i.. ..)-.. ..... i i. ..... I. .it... r.i.iM.I dial It I l,,L 1 . ..
....... w i.im.-iiiiu nm gllUKI leHUIIH nil ralll''"
scientlllceullivatloiiliavo boon IukooiI l"'"" J U""K 'r",m" J . ,ltf Mirt
yeaiH. What have voll to Hav of t ho iiinoon nieiien n- . .
i .... . ui. if.
iiiiiiiif i-iiii . ,.,,,,,1
. .. . .. .. ..lft.ii nf trjli'b
you follow mn iu v .,
partner, inspection invited. Will either sell, or
it. iv, Uray, who thereby be- ,raae lor wllem lma ln section. (n
comi'is the sole owner of the
.Mr. Gray is an uxperi
newspaper man, al
though' a new-comer in the
Urook Uounty held, and will
quire of John McTaggart or Max Liied-
demann, Madras, Oregon,
There will be a joint debate
doubtless make a success ofhis 0,1 Sati" day evening, April (,
latest venture into jotirnaliam. t the Mud bpnngs schoolhotiee
rnn saif" between members of the Moimi-
in,...i View Uterarv Soointv mwl
, . i i imiini un i.i.Qiiuin iiiii ijjT ut my ,
v Spread it out to dry on a clean pice near .Methodic mil. Joe .Mar- iliuMud Springs Literary bo
or tsualded U-jor or canvtte; nuch. u-i iciety.
Mrs. E. M. Smith, wIiohm
home Iul-j beotl at Madras, iu
here with family viti tiiitr her
brother, Vrnuk Angle. SJ(j
on lier wav to Athiuio iv tt..
her hiifibaud, who haa been
appointed 0. It & N agent at
that. place.-Tho Dallas (j,ron.
Cow For Solo
A uentle milch coyv for sale; quniter.
blood ersey; i-ooa niilkerj will be fresh
in about nx weeks. Apply to M. I,
Loucks, MaJra, Oregon. , ,
Km 1 1 of lUl'.'t In wxHtom NelnaMka and
KuiimiM, unii the Spring of 1UUI, when
fvi-n uionlliH ami twenty three day
pihaed with Ioi-h than one-third of an
lii'-h of rainfall in thtuu thowurf, In
Mltuhiu-ek iiiniuty ninety per cent, of
tho wheat wuh ii total failure. Olio
Mold there, haudivil nueordhiu to my
IdeiiH, prodiioeil forty IiuhIioIh of (!()
pound wheat In tho faiui of thai comll-tion,
Now, r wlHh to talto up u llttlo limo
on ilie (piohtloji of Hiiniiuer fallowing
verntiH Hununer culture, u suliject
tvhleh I liavo tried to nromoto ho
oariioHtly. Our HKilciiIliiral collegeH
havo hunt out a great many hullotliiH.
I have one wtiluh I luivo poruned with
coiiHiderahlo IntoreM from tho Hmlh
Dakota college, put out Hpmelhliig
like two yeura ago. They Jmvo beta
to Hiiinnier-tlll avntS ulu" f'e
yon iiihii w - . m
prevent t..l ova,.on.i '
when l he crop mv ,.
. i i,v iiii)iiitf
itcop hum ."" '. voU btiit
.It.lftl ft! Ill I' V' If II I III'- " II
HMComl Hummer. m m
... 1 (tllM. 111(11 . ...
' WD Ml" "
euro ofthe work mid "m il
enro of tho laud -"
king a now uf dWPio
n i-..fi.rrHl W ,IIU
l.avli.gim u'Jv""!"''. ' .)(V
hounl plow huouutia ,j,
grounu. "- nU wain "
your grounu ury -restillH.