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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

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Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

I 2 IHt DBSBRBT FARMER Saturday, July u, i9o8. j I INVESTMENT WORTHY INVESTIGATION H Money put in the bank brings a low rate of interest, but is generally H safe. There arc, however, other investments equally as safe and more pro- j ductive. We list a full line of the following "stocks" and recommend H them to your notice, firmly believing that as a security giving adequate H results to the investor they cannot be excelled. McCORMICK MOWERS, BINDERS, HEADERS, REAPERS m AND RAKES B INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER AND RED TAG BINDING TWINE AND ROPE. U. S. CREAM SEPARATORS F. E. MYERS & BRO. AND RED JACKET PUMPS. OLIVER AND DEERE PLOWS. WITCHER DAMS. BAIN AND COOPER WAGONS. I. H. CO. GASOLINE ENGINES FOR ALL PURPOSES. $ I. H. CO. MANURE SPREADERS, DIFFERENT SIL"SS, THE M BEST ON EARTH. DEMONSTRATION MADE. J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINES, ENGINES AND HORSE- POWERS. THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF LIGHT VEHICLES OF- FERED AT ANY POINT WEST OF CHICAGO. BUICK, FRANKLIN, COLUMBUS ELECTRIC AUTOMO- BILES...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

j Saturday, JULY n, 1908. THE DESERET FARMER 3t H - - "' " -JJ- rt - - , 1 t 1 I " - a&?" o t h.e r make I i FACTS ABOUT SOILS. J. W. Mills. Did it ever occur to you that the soil breathes just as plants and ant nuils do? It is a fact that it docs. Every time it rains ot the land is ir rigated, it exhales and when it loses its moisture it inhales. Aside from this it has less profound breathing exercises continually. The act of water penetrating the soil expels the air and as the water penetrates an 1 leaves spaces between the soil parti 1 clcs the air rushes in and takes its j place. This fresh air aids the plants m by making available a little mors 1 plant food and driving out the obnox- J ious gases that collect during the act . of plant growth. When water is applied to clay soils much of it will stand on the surface till evaporated instead of sinking in and being held in reserve for future use. Manure will improve this condi tion as will sand. Sandy soils, on the other hand, ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

4 " ,- THE DESERET FARM.ER . .. Saturday, july . 1 1 , jjjL H r ' -iu ' " hiB8Kh- .J- ' - " " THE DESERET FARMER H (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) H Combined With "Rocky Mountain H Farming." H Established 1904. B Official Organ of the m Utah State Poultry Association. H Utah Horticultural Society, fl Utah State Dairymen's Association. M Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. B Bear River Valley Farmers Protec- H tive and Commercial Association. B Utah Arid Farming Association. H Issued every Saturday by the Dcs- B eret Farmer Pub. Co.. Salt Lake Sc- M curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake M City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. M 27, 1905, at the Postofticc at Salt 1 Lake City, Utah. H All communications, whether rclat- H ing to subscriptions, advertising or H containing matter for publication M should be addressed to "The Dc.scrct M Farmer," Salt Lake Security & Trust M Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. m fubscription price $1.00 per year H (Strictly in Advance.) H Advertising ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

I Saturday, July i,.Ai&o& THE D E &E R E T F1KMER 5 I crnor points out a practical method f6r the building of good roads, and. we have pleasure In presenting -in another part of this issue this ad dress, and commend it to our citizens as being in every way applicable to I Utah. In the coming campaign vc hope to sec both political parties in sort in' their platform u: demand for better highways throughout our state. PRAISE FOR THE BIG PROVO SCHOOL. We will never make a great success with pur agricultural college until wc Uhock out a whole lot of fool ideas in its management. The Mormons have us skinned a mile in. the opera tion of such an institution. At Provo ' - the other day when the president of the college wanted a sewer dug a f,r mile long, he staked it out, selected 3 .twenty boys as foremen, called for 'ifitft five hundred volunteers from the slu- l!2' dent body and Hie job was done in ?' half a day without going through all j- the turmoil of graft and plunder, dc...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

H ., fHI DIS1KET FARMER Saturday, july i'i, I90g, 1 THE BEST LINIMENT BBBs M raM KtLLM PM TME NHMAN MIT m m Gombault's bb Caustic Balsam H IT HAS NO EQUAL M Ftr if ItoSSio. .id Pfttiy sf H kllf , nd for ll Old mma BBssl lb A Artf, BrliM,or .. " BBBJ Inw wchindi, rion ReMelrle RemV pi KcWrtor Cncr,tolli BBBal luMiM Comi sil I,r BBh nHfnin Rnaloni lira Thriftt BBpJ 0AU3TI0 BlUUM ki raj mrtn H dyrffiii.v Ch" cw B aHKBEBBKBBESe B8kh H W wmM y to ttt NauraUiIa saaaaaaaasl ash "- U - tj ---- PjtM "1!!?. Vl!Tk Sprains H m4 HKftltf i m ktm Strains BBJ mm matt fraai Mi ! Lumbafr BBBpBBpJ lfna?VI llli fBl TTVfVrT . BBH HnrMih mwiim Dlahtharia S2t?.itJt Luno BBBJ MNMHtyciMUMi Rhaumatlsm BBBJ nmrtt m mkwm-i .nai BBBJ MillcitiiR wm .,i , , . H HfW (?. aH Stiff Joints HH KMtVCS THE IMiNCH-SIRflMTIKM MWCLE1 BBS Oornhltl, Tx.-"On bollU OmmIU Malum did PPi thtonullira mot rood tiiaa 130.00 pld la BBBJ aaaiar'ahllli" OTTO A. BlUX. BBbJ rrlwil.10 pwboWU. Bold bjr drulrt, ral I braiaspr prpld. Writ for...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

si I SATURDAY, JULY ii, rg 08 .. : T-H' DESERET FARMER T; I - n 'USEFUL HINTS TO BUYERS. . It,is always a time to learn lessons I when old established herds arc dis persed, as it is then seen what the special aim of the individual breeder has been and what type he has chiefly I been associated with. At a dispcr- 6ion sale, purchasers who afc forming new herds arc well advised if they I carefully note the grouping of various I families in the catalogue, or follow the line of breeding which has chiefly contributed in the manufacture of the 1 bast specimens in the herd, says Mr. 1 John Hill, an English authority. It is usual for men to buy at random a j few of the best-looking cattle and think by taking them hom'c and mat ing them with any bull which they may happen to have, although he be himself of groat merit in form and blood, they arc certain of having first class produce. The chances arc that disappointment will follow, although of course some men have what is called luck, and th...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

I b THE DES,ERET .FARMER Saturday, july n, 1908. I f DAIRYING H; I DEHORNING. B Dr. A. S. Condon Gives His Views . sB 1 To the Editor: Some one has sent H to mc a copy of THE DESERET M FARMER and for all of which I here m express due thanks. Hastily running m through the many interesting article M I, chanced on one entitled "horns a B detriment in the feed lot" and I ven- IH' turc a few words of observation m m thereon. The mam point sought to M be established half way down the sH X col 11 mn is set forth as follows, namc- j ly; "Indeed, from our obscrvatioi r of the operation of the behaviour ot fl animals while undergoing it '(dehorn m ing) we arc of the opinion that the M pain attending it is very much ex- m I aggcratcd in the popular mind." In M j deed, it is not exaggerated, nor is it m , possible for any combination ot K! wrds to exaggerate it. From an .in. j diistrial standpoint it may be defend 1 if ' cd. perhaps, but never from the as- m p.cct of trivial pain. I do not care...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

I Saturday, july n; 1908. THE DESERET FARMER 9 I CREAM SEPARATORS! I Over One Hundred Sold Within Last Thirty Days 1 I M"" 1 H i THE NEW IOWA I I Built Like A Watch Closest Skimmer On Earth I ; H , I The NEW IOWA" will skim closer and give a heavier testing cream T ( H WRITE for a Descriptive under every condition than any other cream separator 'made EVERY H Catalog and Price. The "NEW THREE FACTS MACHINE 1 IOWA" is o Simplt any The New 1. Skims milk of aay temperature. , . H Woman r Girl can Under- Iowa 2. Skims any grade of cream desired. f FULtUx JSJ ; iWmd it. BowX 3. Gets the last particle of cream out of the milk. WARRANTED. ; I H J I It is the only bowl made that will do these three things, I J, H f: FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE MINNESOTA DAIRY J MEN'S ASSOCIATION l AND EDITOR OF THE ST. PAUL FARMER. Glenville, Minn,, June 20, 1905 Iowa Dairy Separator Co. i Waterloo, Iowa. Gentlemen: We have made several tests of your separator and find that it does excellent work, even when ru...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

10L, . . T.E DE.SERET FARMJG&.. Saturday, juj& ' i x.ijjg.s I 1 POULTRY B ANTIQUITY OF THE TURKEY. H C. S. Gorlinc. HH Written for the Dcscrct Farmer. H Every poultry raiser is more or less H familiar with the greatest of all gal- H liliaceous bird? America's best con- H tribution to the poultry yard -tHe H1 turkey, and doubtless too, not many Hj arc aware of the origin of the presenv H; known species ' and varieties. The H1 name given to America's greatest Hi game bird is very misleading. The i first account we have of the bird is by H Hernando Cortcz, who took with him H on his return to Spain from one of his H expeditions to the New World, i H number of them and thus they wctc Hl first introduced to Europe. Thci-i H the curiosities and products that he H brought back were handled by Jewish H merchants, who for want of a better name, applied to the birds the Hebrew name "tukki," meaning a peacock. When the birds were first shipped to England about 1541, the Hebrew name fol...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

.SATURDAY, JULY n, i,9o8, THE bs-E-R-E-T FARMER ii perpetuated, one species to the north ,and cast acted upon by the force ot environment, became localized in the eastern habitat, and the other two species acted upon by different en vironments, took on the characteris tics and plumage incident to their particular habitat. FARMERS CYCLOPEDIA OF LIVE STOCK. This is a new book treating of the ( whole subject of Animal husbandry. ' It gives in one volume a clear, con cise, accurate account of the knowl i edge to dale of every phase of live j stock farming. This volume treats animal industry from) many stand points never previously touched upon. It is intended as a reference book for stockmen, farmers, students, and teachers. In it the farmer will find any aid or guidance for improved practice; the intending stock raiser will, find help in deciding his line of operation; the teacher finds a basis for his lectures, and for his class room work in animal industry. It represents the digested...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

bbbbbbI dH H 12 THE DESERET FARMER SATURDAY, JULY 11,1908. BBBBBfl u Mm H Of all the psopls in ths H world who M Ought Not i H be without a MBU H Tdtphon It is the Farmer ; H There are tims when a tele. , H phone is go much needed, that . H ' bstng without it might almost H be ckaeed m criminal nfegH- M fence. j ' Whatever the emergency may H ' be, if a telephone U at hand, aid ' H can be summoned instantly. H Oftimes the mfatutea thus , H ! tared mark the dividing line be,; H ( tween lote of life and property, B ! and its preservation. H Is your household prepared j H for emergencies Have you a H 1 BELL telephone? M Get a "Bell" nowDon't pro- ' H , crastinate and regret I H Everybody everywhere rings. H J THIS BeU. H 1 Rocky Mowatda Ball H I TtltjphoMt Co. - .J) m - THE SCENIC LINE H Connecting at Ogden Union B Depot with all SOUTHERN PACIFIC AND OREGON SHORT LINE H TRAINS. H The Only Transcontinental H Line Passing Directly B Through Salt Lake City. 85pleadldly Sqtripped Fast jat ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

D SATURDAY,. JULY n, 'ij&C- THE DESERET FARMER .-f- - - ' -43 I IB Eggs a la Goldenrod. !a 3 hard boiled eggs, i lb. butler, . II lb. flour, i c. milk, y2 t. salt, y8 t. pep- II per, 5 slices toast, parsley. Make a I thin white sauce of milk, butter, flour i and seasonings.- Separate yolk from 1 whites of eggs; chop whites finely and I add them to sauce. Arrange toastkon platter; pour over "the saitce';' force yolks "of SgS' " through "richct br strainer and sprinkle over the top garnish with parsley. Baked Tomatoes;1 Make a rich dressing of i half loaf ' of stale bread, 4 tb. butter melted, 1 t. salt, a little pepper and 3 sliocs anion. Brown part of the crumbs in the butter with the onion. Carefully remove the inside out of eight medium sized tomatoes and fill with the drcss- 9ingi Bake in a slow oven until ten dcr. 1 ' ' Welsh Rarebit. 1 lb. butter, 1 lb. cornstarch, J4 c. thin croam, J4 lb cheese (cut in small j pieces), Y t. salt, J4 t. mustard, few grains cayenne, toast. M...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

B ii ! I U THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, july m, 1908. 1 I f HORTICULTURE H A UTAH BOY IN COLORADO. B Wc arc in receipt of a letter from H one of our old friends, who is now in B Colorado. The letter is interesting, B giving as it docs, the view point of M one of our Utah boys. ITc says: B B "As you know the possibilities of B fruit culture, and especially the profits B of growing the Elbcrta peach, is B more fully appreciated here by far B than it is in Utah. I. regret to have B to say it too, that the farmers o B Colorado arc- much better organized, B and therefore have more up-to-date B methods than have the farmers of B Utah. While there arc many indivi- B dual farmers in Utah who arc abreast B of the times, yet the fruit growers B of Grand valley can show us many B practical results from our co-opera- B tive theories. For instance, on the B question of frost fighting, hardly a B fruit farmer in this valley can be B found that docs not have a telephone, B and when the weather bur...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

9 1 I Saturday, JULY it, 1908 THE DESBRET ?ARMI1R 16 WM I 1 SUGfR BEETS I FERTILITY OF THE SOIL. Particularly Applicable to the Beau- tiful Snake River Valley, Southern Idaho. During the last five years I have ob served that the greater number of the farmers in the above mentioned scc 1 tioii have given but very little thought 1 or attention to the necessity of re ft taining or increasing the fertility of 1 their soils in many localities. In the 1 Snake River Valltey, nature has been I very kind in the depositing of con- 1 Gidcjrablc fertilizer whjich gave the 1 farmers very good crops for a num- n her of years after the soil was pu. H under cultivation, and ma.ny of them 1 simply take all that they can get off of 1 the farm by doing as little work as I , possible, reducing the soil to poverty, as they never thought of putting any i thing back by way of fertilizer. And Ias a grain crop was the general crop throughout the valley, and as grain is ycry hard on the soil it worked a 1 . ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 11 July 1908

Mr J HI ' I 16 THI DESERET FARMER SATURDAY, JULY n, 1908 '1 MM 1 1 i w, 4 j , - m M ' J &r,V '' Pp MM Mpi : V J 4 I fl r 1 " H tlB3gff i 1. .jtg''JMjMMM H " '""figh 'Tvr VMK JkwKk M M r wM fl M M W ' M MH 'MMMMMHMMMMMMMJMMMME' MvBBMWBJr MBbBbBbBmMJP m war w m H Group of Main Buildings V I gg TANDS for broad, liberal training in all the industrial I I l55" Hpf ars It is the school for the masses. It teaches the i M ' Si Q IIX present and future farmers, dairymen and ranchers 1 I SSI 113 Utah and adjacent states how to get the greatest I WW returns in pleasure and profit, from their fields and I iixiySayy flocks. It teaches the fruit growers how to raise the ! I best fruit and get the best prices. It teaches the blacksmith, car- I penter, machinist and carriage builder how to climb to the top of his profession. a. H It teaches the present and especially the fu- MmbBwJIkmZ M ture house-wives and mothers of Utah how iM -1 1 TJfFW 1 M to decrease the routine and drudgery, and .BSyL d...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

's If JIFaSFJ1FFwI I ' IHvlTAllMirillf I I IZIAriTCZ H I H7rnl 0 A A4dMM THE REGISTRAR., A. C V Loitn, Uuh fk . A 'I I ) "VOL. IV SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 18, 1908. NO. XXXXX I I I

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

2 THIiDliSIiRET FARMER SATURDAY, JULY it; 1908. INVESTMENT WORTHY INVESTIGATION H Money put in the bank brings a low rate of interest, but is generally B safe. There arc however, other investments equally as safe and more pro- B ductive. We list a full line of the fallowing "stocks" and recommend m them to your notice, firmly believing that as a security giving adequate H results to the investor they cannot be excelled. m Mccormick mowers, binders, headers, reapers M and rakes. M INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER AND RED TAG BINDING M TWINE AND ROPE. m U. S. CREAM SEPARATORS B F. E. MYERS & BRO. AND RED JACKET PUMPS. B OLIVER AND DEERE PLOWS. m WITCHER DAMS. M BAIN AND COOPER WAGONS. M I. H. CO. GASOLINE ENGINES FOR ALL PURPOSES. M I. H. CO. MANURE SPREADERS, DIFFERENT SIZES.. THE H BEST ON EARTH. DEMONSTRATION MADE. M J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINES, ENGINES AND HORSE- M POWERS. m THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF LIGHT VEHICLES OF- M FERED AT ANY POINT WEST OF CHICAGO. . M BUICK, FRANKLIN, COLUMB...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

I isl Saturday, July i8t 1908, t H J5 D S B & JtfT' F Ait M li ft j 3 I J MRMMMMNMMHMMina I PLYMOUTH The best twine of thin and thick goes farther per pound than any . other make THE POINTS OF A CULTI- I VATOR. ' George T. Pettit. In order to do effective work a cul tivator shovel must be made of steel that is adapted to the kind of soil 111 which it is to be used and must have the proper shape. In many soils such as the sandy formation, cheap crucible steel or even cast iron shovels will scour and do satisfactory work, al though it is questionable whether it ever pays to use cast shovels as they cannot be kept sharp and in condi tion for the focst work by drawing on an anvil as can the steel ones. There arc other soils, such as wc have hcr., . in which only a high grade of soft center steel thoroughly hardened and polished can be used. Such shovel will cost about three timics as much as those made of crucible steel, but where there is any difficulty in get ting the latter to sc...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

BBB-'" ' ". J Hi 4 " T H B A jBE R-BiTa jAMfl R' V SATURDAY, JULYt i8,. 1,908. I THE DESERET FARMER H (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) 1 Combined With "Rocky Mountain H Farming." m Established 1904. H: Official Organ of the bbH Utah State Poultry Association. H Utah Horticultural Society. H Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protcc . H tive and Commercial Association. ? H Utah Arid Farming Association. j H Issued every Saturday by the Dcs- H cret Farmer Pub. Co., Salt Lake Sc- bbH curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake M City, Utah. bbH Entered as second class matter dec. H 27, 1905, at the Postofticc at Salt H Lake City, Utah. bbH AH communications, whether rclat- bbH ing to subscriptions, advertising or H containing matter for publication 1 bH should be addressed to "The Dcserct bM Farmer," Salt Lake Security & Trust - B Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. bbH fubscription price $x.oo per year H (Strictly in Advance.) '; H ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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