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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

SATURDAY, AUGUST ., .908. g g,g I AQB S I R I T VA ft M ji R fi- I ZTNEW IMPLEMENT CONCERN IN THE LOCAL FIELD. 1 The Daniclscn Plow Company Iras just completed the erection of a warehouse and ofiFkc buildirig at the Rio Grande railroad tracks 210 South Sixth West streetand have j put in a large stock of their Disc and Mold-Board plows, together with a very complete side line of farmers hardware. The Daniclscn people, While just making their advent into Salt Lake k City, arc long and well known citi- Izcns of Utah, the roster containing such substantial citizens as W. G. Daniclscn of Logan, who is the in ventor of the implements from which the corporation takes its name, presi dent; S. O. Bcnnion, vice-president; II. E. Hatch, treasurer; Joseph Quin ncy, Jr., of the Amalgamated Sugar Company, sccrlctary; O.' P. Miller, Jesse Knight, Judge Charles II. Hart, I Joseph Wilson, Jr., James Godfrey, and others. The Daniclscn company, in ifs short existence, has made great strides in the bus...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

KEff I 6 iSiIsiRiTFARMIR Saturday, august 22, .18. 1 MMMHnHnMaaHHHHHMMaMaHHi ESS nnMfflKw wnf9 MiMfMNAM I ' Qombmulfm I Caustic Balsam 4 eLsssssssssssssssssssssV B Nu Wtitir lit it CtMpithttrs. H X let, Speedy and Foettlre Cure for B IPwMvv4 4 MMU) Jc MM ervtr wf 1 B4 B yMWIf eMsft eU4 AMHMM Irvtt BTjH.YlBf VBSfl SMI Vf A vC Bwjr WPAvTs H yiWI eUl IMttt 64&eVM Wf JhJUr&4nv6fl EEEJ Ttovafc, Xyktherla. XemoYM aU EEEf Eeaeaea fc Kerne er Cattle. H lea1a,TreEbwt, Va., It fa lnr Juiitik, tAfJ Jwr C OAiMf o SaUuh aold ! BEES WiMi4 to tre MHi&otten. rrice tl.M ESS Mr . If triMtiH, or Mnt by ez H . daKM? mM. with full directions for BEES pi mm. Cft w eerlptlve circular. ESS Mmmw, . XA&vt H Uweaee-Wlllkmi Cs., Cleveland, 0. Lsfl WMsBI Designs H 'FFfT OoPYRrOKTS JlC. ESSE Anyone eendlnff a nkeloh and deeerlntlon may ESSE qiucklr ascertain our opinion free whether an EEEE Inrent inn la probably imtentatila, Comniunlrn EEEE UotMRtrlotlr confidential. HAND Kraft on Talent ESSE Mn...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

I "sftTURDAyT ' 'August- ,- 1908. qflyfefc JS ErS Ea y A R Mtetet f I weight for this season. These Vamls should .bring between $6 and $6.25 per loolbVI at Chidagol f ,' fllfaimbs anc-ihottjWorUi'ys much per ioo pounds as last year,, butriinytlie north part of the state the range has .fflrt ;? , , rMi jf . been very Cgood and sot they lire larger ffiaif usual. "s ? aflp REGISTERED JERSEYS FOR Sfii ; SALE. . ! ' 1 3-year-old cow, excellent milker, 7 jnonths in calf from our registered bull? and) heifers 6 and 7 months old also ;of .notable breeding. ' ,' HENRY HASLER, J I fi D 1 1! Mt. Pleasant, UtaiiP ''TI n ill. . SHEEPMEN BOOST TO ORGAN Jld?l' .ze INDUSTRY. ' " affr : ' As .a) further step in the movement 5fnfeuUtahv Wool Growers'' AociU (io'nBto unite with the shccpncni 'pjt t'hVfttatc and the west in general, a circular letter was addressed today to every prominent sheep owner im:the state, calling attention to the various needs of the sheepman that require united' Action. The l...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

8) TOHfErDESE'RvTrA-RME Saturday, august , zoos. I I DAIRYING H MANAGERS AND SECRETARIES I OF CREAMERIES AND I CHEESE FACTORIES. H' Wc arc inclined to think there arc H 'l;uC few managers and secretaries of H creameries and cheese factories that H fully realize the import of their duties B In the small local creamery and M cheese factory the manager or sccrc- 1 lary often gives his services for the B good of the cause, while in other M cases only a meager sum is paid for H the managing of an institution that H docs from $25,000 to $50,000 worth of B business per year. Wc arc informed H on good authority that many small M creameries and cheese factories have H failed because they did not receive B the proper management. If the farm- H -crs- fully realized the duties of our H factory managers, they would be H quick to select a person with good B business judgment and pay him ac- B cordingly for Hi-? services. The man- B agcr should! be something more tlvnn Hi a mere selling nnd purcha...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

..Saturday, august . 22, 190S. THE, DBS E R EJFARMER t It is more profitable to have four ;ows of good producing power than to -haive eight cows of ordinary pro ducing power. The dairy heifer must needs have a good mother and a sire from a dairy strain, but must also have a dairy in fluence. Groam that has been kept too long that is very thick and. sour. and that has not fcocn stirred frequently will not make good flavored butter. N. W. Pacific Farmer. '" , The Man Who Wins. The man who wins is the man who docs, TJic man who makes things hum and buzz, Who builds on a basis of solid facts, Who doesn't sit down to mope and dream, ,' But humps ahead with the force of steam, Who hasa't the time to fuss and fret, But gets there every time you bctl . ,rfhc; man who loses is he who talks, Who fumbles and foozles and trifles and balks, Who wouldn't do anything to-day f hat he can put off in, the same old 1 11, way; Who down on" 'his hjekand curses I v his fate, And trios to catch fish witho...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

-!'- ';TII -Dili rrT:'!' AIM! Saturday; ' August 2v 1908. I I HORTICULTURE H Thii Departmtfif'is Edited by 'Prof. M I iR,S. Northrop, SUte Agri- M J ; cultural College. I! BACKWARD GARDENS: f j here arc few homcf'iTKilerJIjvir6 h iiayc not at one period or another H come, in contact with that most difli- B, (Uilt -of prBincms the uns1gKtly"b"aelr V yard:, With itapntg.fcncci-itig-; H ntous growth of ccuVahdm&stfre-v H mtcritly its share' :6f rubbis'h a nil HtM- H tcr, Ht -seems-to defy any attempt - H which mightfbcmadc.at its improve- H nrcut. AIorcjtliAn,' PUQ djsqoutjagcd : H matron has Abandoned the back yard H (a its fate, leaving it the one eyesore H arpund an otherwise, attractive "Jiotnc. H Y-etj there is no. reason, why tins' snot H should not he nade, -pleasing wand H even beautiful, if the secret of so do H i"K c possessed by (he owner. 'S, H Jl'llc f,rtJ slcp needs no flTnTctloitt,' ; H for it necessarily consists of clearing H away th, rubbish? and, .ljttct yluch (1...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

MM H Saturday, august 22, 1908. THJB D B S B It JC T TARMllt 11- H I POULTRY THE OPEN AIR POULTRY HOUSE. The open air house has' become a fixture in modem poultry husbandry. We formerly thought we must keep our hens' warm in order to get the bcst results, which required houses to be artificially heated. The modern poultry house is shiglc boarded and tight with practically an open front containing both cloth and glass, and instead of costing from four to seven dollars per hen, need not cost, even with present high prices of lumber, to exceed two dollars per hen, and in many instances even a less amount. There m&y be some question of doubt in the minds of certain poul trymen as to the advisability of using cloth over some of the window open ings in plaec of glass particularly from the fear that the hens will suffer from the cold. It is a surprising fact which we ha vie demonstrated in our experiments covering three years where we have been comparing houses otherwise similar, one c...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

I I I ' IB I If H jDJCJB EE AM& M 1 R SATURDAY, AUGUST aa, ly. I l I THE SCENIC LINE I Connectinj at Ofden Union I Depot with all IOUTHERN PACIFIC AND OREGON SHORT LINE TRAINS. Tbt Only Transcontinental line Passing Directly Through Salt Lake City. J I fpkadidly Equip? 'gL ' Tmia Dally fcetfree fl Ogdeh and Denver C Via Tiuree Separate tad II I DuUaci Sceoic Kotttee. W I THROUGH PULLMAN AND ORDINARY SLEEPING CARS, DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE. FREE RECLIN- ING CHAIR CARS. - - -H Personally Conducted Excw- stans, DINING CAM, SERVICE A LA CAKTE ON ALL THROUGH TKAINt. For ratee, folders, free IUnc- trated bookltts, etc., inquire of H your nearest ticket cit, specl H fyiK the Rio Grande Route, or H address II. A. BENTON, G. A. P. D., Salt Lake City. : A FARM TELEPHONE H , ' Will save enough horseflesh f H ! I and time every month to pay ' H its cost for a year, and in j ' Hf emergencies, when time is , the big thing, it may save , your home and yo...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

Saturday,. August ga,i9o8. jcH DgR-B t rARMtH -IS H R tract the disease and should be ab solutely able to control its -spread. The country conditions often account ; to an alarming extent for the con tamination of the city water supply. Hence as Dr. L. O. Howard of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, thn whom there is no better authori ty on this subject states: "The city water must be filtered; the milk drank by children -sterilized and excreta of persons returning to the city after contracting typhoid in the country must be disinfected with the utmost care. These three measures syste matically followed will result in tli2 abolition of typhoid fever within the city boundaries." While the country conditions and those of our towns and villages arc radically different from those of the city and will long continue to be so proper control of typhoid patients and ordinary sanitary precautions will, to a great extent eliminate a large pat I of the spread of the disease. The proper contro...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

K jfl I; 14 THI DI81R1T FARMER Saturday, august a, i9qs, 1 I SUOfR BEETS H AMERICAN- GROWN SUGAR I BEET SEED. H Chemical Problems Prof. Robert H Stewart, A. C. U. I " ' H -"It Is absolutely essential to sue-' as F H cess tliat we secure the best quality B . & m of secdj and past experience has con- m clusivcly shown that we cannot -de- fl pend, upon doing so from abroad. aVj ft ' fl We, must raise it ourselves, and in fl such a careful, scientific manner that fl it will not only fcc of the best quality, fl but will have such characteristics as H will make it adapted to the particu- 1 larnccds land requirements of the lo- cality where it is to be sown. Seed fl rinsed on a particular soil andf under M certain climatic conditions may not aV H be best suited for planting in like fl soils nd under similar climatic con- M ditipn; in fact, very often it is not. M Seed for comparatively poor soil may m dobest ore rich soil, or that raised H in the East may do best when sown H 'in the We...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

I SATURDAY, AUGUST? 22, 1908, .THIS DBSJ-RET;!! ARMErR lfc, I B seed was 15,4 per cent and.ftxmi the B California gtown seed 14.4 per cent, B as against 14.9 per cent for beets from B the factory seed. The Washington B seed yielded M6.7 Jlpns, the California B seed 9 tons, and thcfajctprysccd 9.1 tons per acre. B "Cooperative tests were made by B several beet growers in which Klcin- B wanzlcbcncr beet seed produced in B the State of Washington, and secured B by the Department of Agriculture, B were obtained last season. We B have very little faith, as cx- B plained in a previous writing, in B the future 'possibilities o'f singlc- B germ seed. While at first the num- B her of single-germ seed obtained was B only 2 per cent and is now 50 per B cent, the selection m,ust be kept up B and would mean a "greater money, outlay than the money saved, the H object being to economize time for B thinning. It is well not to forget B that when clusters of plants are to B be thinned, only the stron...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 August 1908

I I 1 ::fi. ,-: -Ill DSilSlT TiKMIS Saturday, august , .908. H a . m mm I The Old REUABIE MITCHELl WAGON B J B ' B Lilt? B '" 11 iBT J 1 hIIi I "i'iHHBm Jf mMlliMm i m v OJLJLJLic m I THE OLD RELIABLE MITCHELL I Is Still In The Lead I ; ;' ? .(f.lUj: : : ,.t . ''v't' I 1 ;!- SPEAKING ABOUT WAGONS,;: f I D3 yon know that the wagon which gives the most universal satisfaction J 3 B ; from the Atlantic to the Pacific, is the MITCHELL, there are other good wa- ' ' I M I gons made, hut for qui lity of material and lightness of draft, the Mitchell I i 1 stands in a class by itself. One sold in any locality always helps to sell anoth- Jl ' 1 1 H er. In buying a wagon this fall, BUY THE MITCHELL, and you will wear 1 .1 M , ' a smile that won't come off. ml ; ! - I i 1 UTAH IMLPEMEHT - VEHICLE GO. ( I SALT LAKE GUY - UTAH j ) W. S. McCORNICK, Pres. A. J. COLT, Sec'y.-Treas. JOS. F. BURTON, Mngr. f H 1 B tf 'r n . . &,

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 29 August 1908

fc I ' WMVUiT QP UTAH I 1L ' '" ' S , L.Ct T-YyUTAH - " I HIV Hi r '" I If-YI IT d 1 IT lviftl I I I 1 IIP' MJ Mm MmJ MJm MmmJM. 8 V I 1 m HH I . v M '' HH HI I I ftS n a I H WkiflT "WT WLlil I I 1 HI ':': wr HA H H H lrH HA H H V: l1-' 1 H I UHH XHHHJ HHHJL lnj HHHHHH iHHH HHH Hfc BB HH HHHk HHHHHHHJH 4HHH HH H 94 rmUn. r HVHH hYhI "B ',wlwwpwwwi'MMW,,M'''MWWi'l"" "'v (JHKHHrV - ' '" 'p --il y T H $ Vhh VOL. SALT LAKE CITY, UTA , AUGUST 29, 1908. NO. IV. Jfl I IRRIGATION 1 k! Hl w 9 Mr HI

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 29 August 1908

I 2 fHt DBSERET FArMIR SM'UkaAV, AUOUflf ,, ,908. 11 I (alfalfa H (ONE OF NATURE'S RICHEST GIFTS TO MAN.) I EMERSON ALFALFA RENOVATOR Will destroy weeds and all foreign grasses in your alfalfa fields; loosens the soil to a depth two to four inches, forming a dust mulch which protects the roots from the sun and holds the moisture which otherwise would evaporate. H Write ua for further information. Sold only by I MILLER -CAHOON CO. I PIONEER IMPLEMENT DEALERS OF UTAH L. C. MILLER, Gn'l Mr. MURXAY, UTAH I I THREE CAR LOADS OF REO AUTOMOBILES SHIPPED OUR COUNTRY TERRITORY IN MAY I WHO WILL BE THE NEXT HBlSftteimtf I TO SHOW WISDOM ALONG HHiii4Afcv I THESE LINES, TO SHOW RhHHBhjp APPRECIATION OF MOD Bj,HBKK I ERN UP-TO-DATE METH- BvOS REMEMBER A REO AUTOMORILE ' CAN BE U?ED FOR A GREAT MANY PURPOSES TO YOUR I ADVANTAGE. I WRITE AND ASK US ABOUT THIS. I SHARMAN AUTOMOBIIE CO. lot-in W. Ho. TQtpJ tk. HALT LAXS CITY. UTAH I THE WORLD'S BEST LAYERS I pb White Orpingtons White Leghorns 1 I ' ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 29 August 1908

I SAfUfcbAY, AU6tJS sg, tgog. tHl! DESIRE FA&M S - - - - . iii CONSOLIDATED WAGON and MACHINE CO. I LEADING IMPLEMENT DEALERS Houses at Salt Lake. Ogden, Logan, Price, Utah; Idaho Falls, Montpelier, Idaho H JOS. F. SMITH, Pre, W. S. MoCORNICK, Vlc-Pr.. M. D. WELLS. So'y.-Trea GRANT HAMPTON, Ass'.-Seo'y.-Tfs., GEO. T. ODELL, Gn. Mgr M wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmimmmmmimmammmmimmmtmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmimmimmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmm BH Our salts of Hesse Ludlow wagons is rapidly . They are the ideal wagon in every way, they H increasing; eyery day brings new converts . carry a light or a heavy load with less jolt- H j ' to this wonderful wagon. Only a few . ing, are more durable, and much stronger years ago they were unknown on S a v tlian any otnor wagon now being of- H I the streets of lalt Lake City. JLjR , fered. Our prices and terms you H I And now you will netice that wBSfKEfK . wil1 aPPricifllte Wo kn0 I ! near...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 29 August 1908

f- '&& w "" " 1 " I ' I i THE DESBRET PARMER SATURDAY AUGUST 29, 98. I THE DESERET FARMER ifTHAT BIG FARM PAPER) H Combined With "Rocky Mountain H Farminf." j -K Established 1904. H if "- f Official Organ of the H t Utah State Poultry Association. H r Utah Horticultural Society. H Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protec H tive and Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. H Issued every Saturday by the Des- H erct Farmer Pub. Co., Salt Lake Sc- curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake Gity, Utah. H I Entered as second1 class matter Dec. H 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt Eakc City, Utah. H ' Subscription pnee $1.00 per year (Strictly in Advance.)' H Discontinuances. H 'iThc publisher must be notified in writing, at time of expiration, when H discontinuance of subscription is dc H sired, and all arrears must be paid. H Advertising ratC3 made known upon H amplication. The right is reserved to...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 29 August 1908

SATURDAY, AUOUfT 29, ifoi. THE D E S E R IS T FARMKK - - - "- 'J H . , . . I MOfVFft bfNDS Moapa Valley is crossed by the Salt Lake Route, and through its fertility, semi tropical climate, quality of pro ducts, and nearness to market lias since the completion of that road sprung rapidly to the front. Land. The ground is a fine texture deep wash soil; in some places a red sandy loam; in others a brown mixture of clay and sand. There is also a kind ef peat land formed from the decay of the toolc swamp growths of past ages. On this soil in spite of the heat splendid crops of grain have been grown without irrigation. If soil anywhere is incxhaustablc certainly it is here. I ' Water. I The Muddy Valley Irrigation Co. I holds perfect water rights of long I standing. Its system now covers I completely the land owned by this company, and crops arc being raised I upon it at the present time. The I maintenance charges arc very light, as the system is of the simplest kind. 1 Climate. The clima...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 29 August 1908

6 III DXSXSIT rAKMIt Saturday, august a?, Ig0i. I THE BEST LINIMENT H M tm KHMER Ft TNC HtfMAM MtY m Gombault's nk I Caustic Balsam I IT HAS NO EQUAL B FtP Ine.swVhl" r Ind Perfectly Sf hMllflf.Bndor Hold j BBbI Ik Hor, BrnUei.or "nB BaB .. . WoanJ floni RMM Ramaay BBBI Kxferlor Cncri,Bolli . BBBb IhiMSM Conn and fBB flHlHn nnnloti faia Thru H oaustio iulhak iii ere i nrvai Briy 2 iSSLI&.v cht cold H aaBBaessceassBSB Baekashe IB Q r,B '. A " Neuralgia Bl wfcf buy it Hit It fees , J m4hmi4m Mriicie Sprains tfccreUra m torn irains cm rt ff mm Hi Lumbago MwrM(i Mst wW cre DiphthoHa SLSfJiuffu Sor Luno J md m My cm tfut Rheumatism J raaatrts m Ntwint nti J aa plica If wHk -..7, , , htW safety, all Stiff Joints H RtfcttYU TM tMENCSS-STROWTMOIS MUSCLCS CornhlU, Ti, "On bolt! OauitU Hit did BBJ my rhumtlira more food tiiaa 120,00 paid In doetor'iblllt" OTTOA. BtVlR. BBJ rtleai.lO rrV)ttl. Sold bT drujiliti, rni J foruttsprtti pmpftltt Writ for flooklat B. M J UWUCHCE-WHlUMi CtWPAWY. Ck...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 29 August 1908

I Saturday . august 29, 1908. THE D E SERET FAR Mt R .M I VETERINARY SGIEN6E I Edited by Dr. H. J. Frederick, State Agricultural College. VETERINARY SCIENCE. Heaves Broken Wind. (Dyspnoea). This is a chronic affection of horses manifested by hurried wheezy brcath ' . aggravated by close muggy weather, a full stomach, certain kinds of diet and by exercise. It is char acterized by a double lifting- of the flank with every expiration, by ,a small weak, dry .cough often occuring in spasms and easily icxcitcd by a drink of cold water, by a fibcrous quality of food and by a marked dis order of the digestive organs. The disease is the result of faulty feeding and working, though diseases o the air passages contribute to its develop ment. The mere overloading of the stomach is a cause of the develop ment of heaves. Most horses ate compelled to perform hard work on a full stomach. Cancful observation shows that driving a horse on a full stomach often causes broken wind and nothing will more ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 29 August 1908

I ' s - THE DESERET FARMER SATumday, auouit , 1908. M I IRRIGATION I "' IRRIGATION IN THE WEST. H No consideration of irrigation enn be complete without a thorough un- B dcrstanding of the conditions th.it fl prevail in' the western part of the B United States at the present time H and of the big changes which have H taken place throughout this enormous M, portion of the country in the last few B years. From being an aggregation of B frontier settlements, the West has H surely and rapidly changed its char- Ifl actcr until today we find in all habit- M able portions a density of population B often equaling that of the East and B an awakening to a manufacturing and B commercial life, the vigor and vitali- M ty of which has never been equaled M in the history of the world. B As the greatest single fundamental B reason for the development of the B new spirit of the West we turn to ir- B rigation and find in it the thorough B explanation of this new activity. Only B a few years ago our m...

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