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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

J . tty$g&stY OF UTAH I r t y . v H '1II1I116I1HI fcf 5 I ft I - S. I DO YOU WANT A FARM PAPER? I ) I ? M I I JjRL J? 4 I !lu.,ch lbct-t?.r ifc istoI for cash tffan-- I 'JUt AW 7 I j H 1T--Y? 11 g iSto sell on the "Long Time Sys-f g lV flU HUM j H p Mnjil Y71 'i1 -send you some othcr arm jS""" GC Z(Nw ' H , ' VOL. V. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 19, 1908. NO. VlV. " Is 1 IB B

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

H 2 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, September i9 1908 I HOOSIER DRILLS H I m ' H RUNNER PRESSURE WHEEL ' DISC PRESSURE WHEEL PLAIN DISC PLAIN DISC with GANG WHEEL ATTACHED SHOE DRILLS PIN HOE DRILLS : M Wt have any of the above styles I MILLER-CAHOON CO. M Pioneer Implement Dealers 1 L. C, MILLER, Gen'l Mgr. MURRAY, UTAH I IVOBELER SEED AND PRODUOE CO. 1 WE SELL ALL KINDS OF 1 I J GRAIN, SEEDS, POUETRY I I SUPPLIES BERRY GUPS, FRUIT BOXES AND BUR-' ' I 1 P LAP SACKS eJ e I H 1 I ( Wc buy Grain of all kinds. Write us 1 I - when you have anything to selL I 1 I YOGELER SEED AND PRODUCE CO. X SALT LAKE CITY, - UTAH I ( 1 I AGRICULTURE 1 "MIRACLE WHEAT," ITS OBIT UARY. A few weeks ago an article, clipped from the Saturday Evening Post, ap peared in this paper under the hcad- ' fng, "A Miracle in Wheat." The edi tors have been busy since trying to explain to cverybodly how it hap , pencd. The week after the article ' appeared wc came out and apologized in the most humble terms, and the week ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER logy. , JtHB' D.E (gR 1ST JfAEMBR 3 I rate produced only 5 to 15 heads per plant. This is an important consid eration which the author of the 'mir acle' article did not mention. Second. If the seven pounds of seed sown at the ordinary rate in thi arid West three pecks per acre it would be impossible for the plants to obtain enough water to produce the yield reported. Considering that it was sowik at the usual rate, wc have to consider the following facts: It requires about fifty tons of water to produce one bushel of wheat in this section. (It may require some wlut less in Northern Idaho, where the 'Miracle' is said to have occurcd; but the difference would not be very great.) Two hundred twenty-two bushels would therefore require 11,100 ' ton3 of water. Now one inch of rain fall adds to the soil about one hun dred thirteen (113) tons of water per acre. To produce on one acre 222 bushels of grain, then, wc should have 1 to have about ninety inches of water in the...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

i . THI DI8MIT TAEMER . Saturday, September 19, 1908 I I THI. DJS1RXT 7ARMKR ?THAt BIG FARM PAPE1L) H "'Combined With "Rocky Mountain H Farming," , w H & Established ioc4 B ' ' H ' ;v" Official Organ of tlie H v Utah State Poultry Association. H Utah Horticultural Society. H Utah State Dairymen's Association H "Utalf State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bcar River Valley Farmers' Protcc- H tivc an"d Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. B Issued tevcry Saturday by the Dss- H crct Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc- curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. H 27, 1905, at the Postoflficc at Salt I.akc City, Utah. H Subscription price $1.00 per year (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. H The publisher must be notified in H writing, at time of expiration, when H discontinuance of subscription is de- sired, and all arrears must be paid. H Advertising rates made known upon aoplication. The right is reserved to H reject que...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

SATURDAY," iiSPETiiBER x'sj, xgo' T D I S B X T;i A-g MR" . : - B 1 1 I Farm And Ware House Fanning Wills I The Famous "RACINE" will keep your farm clean; f I weeds can not grow where their seeds were not sown! I I JtiHaJ These Goods WHte for prices and terms I UTAH IHLPEHENT - VEHISLE GO. ! SALT LAKE CITY - UTAH I I W. S. McCORNICK, Pfeii A. J. COLT, Sec'y-Treas- T V.." JOSP. BURTON, Mngr. I

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

I fiw THE DXSSRET FARMER Saturday, September ,9, 1908 I m -- . . 11 in 1 1 - - - ---- - B it .mil nMnmiMimn iimiii i I mil inn MiMHHHHHHHMMHi I I4 ;h) Qombaulfs I ' OT Caustic Balsam pommel rtefm A slicker yJFrFr AttheMmetbeTNilai ' f, HK cheapest In the 1 1 M J A i H end because It j Iw f ill I BHPV wears longest A i ,BjJ lTL I V VL H Every garment 'jWii'l HiH guaranteed f T 7 I f ) JIHflV waterproof five J V 4 .".:-. , J"111 ' A Bit, Up Ay Md PoaltlT Our foe B - . (tad. fui. Iwcmt. 0mL IhIt, M Wttmkmtl Tanks, Ymmmt, WM B - 5lrfB, N Immmwm tnm Spuria, H V " ' , Owtm all Mn JlmtM t ?tmUm. M M Thnwk, 'pfctfcri. Xmmtn nil B W ft yjrOT 1ikii fnm Iww tc P4tl, I J Bll WloI ,3najtitute : AHD IEE WHAT avS&SttR H IDAHO INVITES YOU - ttkiJWfwmiMtct.,cimiiM., o' B to ihare as an irrigation . . froTnnv ouin B , ?l.Ui the b,t watered .t.U . A LIVESTOCK SNAP ' in the Union. . I ' : : ; I : HOMES FOR THOUI- ' nea(1 of Registered Short-horn H! Heifers at a Bargain; also 3 Bulls. BsBi ANTMt DTT...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

Saturday, September i9ijs9& TjHMBi 'DESERE T F,AR M.EjRi . " 7 I The keeping of a better class of horses on 'the farm for faim use is in the line of better farming, better line of larger profits, larger profits lead to improvements and developments in property the interest of better farm ing, better values, which makes our farm homes the ideals of agricultural ambition. 1 . ,n THE DAIRY COW'S PRODUCT. 7hc products of the dairy cow arc four fold. The first and chief product is naturally the milk which she se cretes, and which is used as milk, or for butter, or cheese making. The second, product, is calvcs which sho bears, and which may be of more or lcs.s value. Third, the carcass of "beef which she will yield when she is no longer useful for the production of milkj should be taken into account. Lastly, the manure she produces is of considerable, value. ,, J ' ' ' . t 'We may icall the milk the main pro- duct anl the calves, ibeef and manure, the .by-products of the dairy cow. It...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

I -$&-- . , . . THE DiSKRBT FASMER Saturday, September & j W H t r i ' , . . Mm - - - : zz: t I j. DAIRYING Hi 'PRODUCING PURE MILK. H i Bulletin 160 of the Ontario Depart- H' merit of Agriculture contains an ad- H! dress by Prof. .H. H. Dean onvtIic H production of milk from which we H take the following: H pile first thing I want to empha- H; size in the production of milk is that H wc must have a good cow. What is H I a good cow? One that will produce H I at least 6,000 pounds of milk, or make H not less than 250 pounds of- butter in H one year, at a cost of not more than H l $30 for feed. Such a cow as that is a H j profitable animal. Will you bear in H ' mindi that a careful estimate, based H upon results of the cow testing as- H .sociations, states that the average H production of the cows of the provin- H ccs of Ontario and Quebec, which H comprises the best' dairying districts H in Canada, is only 3,000 pounds of H milk m tpe year. A man can not af- H ford to keep co...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

, i v -i H Saturday, September 19, ios THE DESKJET EARIfEiR. ' &::. " L.' fGRIGULTURE 4 J CHEMICAL PROBLEMS. Edited by Prof. Robert Stewart, Utah J Experiment Station. I DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY By E. H. Walters, Assistant in Chem istry, Utah Experiment Station. I The most important use of a water 1 supply in any community is that of , furnishing a suitable water for do- mestic purposes. The value of purity 1 is, 'by many not rated as high as it , should be. From time immemorial tfic highest value has been placed up on1 a' pure water supply. We note In past centuries that the ancient Ro mans appreciated the lurking dangers in polluted waters when they spent so much time and labor to bring their water supplies through their magnifi cent aqueducts from sources beyond die reach of -pollution. And upon this '" point many consumers of our own day would! be greatly benefited did' they heed the teachings of Hippo ' crates of ancient times who advised ffl boiling and filtering a polluted w...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

Hi 1 I lj' ' THI D E S 3SRET rARME Saturday,' September to 1908 I ; Taf t or Bryan Which? f But there is no question about H I Incubators or Brooders I FOR I "Mandy Lee" HAS WON I mmmmm mmmmmmmmmtmmammmmmm With the new models there is absolute- ly no GUESSWORK Heat, Moisture I and Ventilation, measured and regulat- 1 ed to a Scientific nicety J j 1 J wmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m I Porter -Walton Co. 1 I i Salt Lake City I II 1 Agents for Utah and Idaho 1 II FRUE CATALOG UPON KEQUEIT . 1 i f : 1 Hi film I I M & I I I I H k mB M Vs I4 71 m I I J h V HI V J "Jl H Hxv I H THE LEADING COMMERCIAL SCHOOL IN K I, THE STATE. FINE EQUIPMENT, ELEGANT I ROOMS AND GOOD TEACHERS. H I I GRADUATES. NO FAILURES. I I I SCHOOL ALL THE YEAR; NEW STUDENTS I I M CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME. WRITE FOR FULL I I I FORMATION. WM I I BUSINESS COLLEGE I B 322 South WestZTempIe St. M H I Hi MHMHHHiaHaHaBHaaBHB PO.U UT R Y 1 Imiii iihi .i ii.i u W II mil" mm mi I J ii I I .ill ,, . I THE DUST BATIJ. The dust ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

I Saturday, September i9 190 THE D E S IS R E T FARMER il I grown. Many growers appear to be lieve that as long as a chicken is alive it is a good one, but this is folly. I believe that from breeding from such stock the vitality will gradually de crease until we shall reach a point where eggs arc practically unhatch ablc. Ex. o SCIENTIFIC POULTRY RAISING! Most Interesting Talk Before Utah State Poultry Association. Mr. L. F. Boyle was at the meeting of, the Utah State Poultry association Thursday night at the Commercial club, and delivered an address cou corning what he had learned at Cor- Incll, where he is now assistant in structor Jn poultry , raising. Mr. Boyle, who went to Cornell University to study scientific methods of raising chickens so that he can, when his course of study is completed, take the management of a large chicken ranch near Salt Lake City, told of the lat est methods of handling incubators ahd brooders, and of the best methods of feeding poultry. He also expla...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

ur , - -"- 'TEf'DEER-ET FIMB.R Saturday, septbmberj H mmmmmmmmimmmmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I THE SCtKIC LINK H Conmclfaf tt 0dti Union iWot with a iOUTHERN PACIFIC AND OREGON IHORT LINE TRAIN. T1m Only TracmUriettd Iia Faaafof Dirct3r ThrMffk Slt XIm City. JTniM Daily tutwana ( Ogden and Denver C Vk IV 8taae a4 II THROUGH PULLMAN AND ORDINARY SLEEPING CARS, DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS CItY, ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE. FREE RECLIN ING CHAI3 CARS, - - -H Pecaooally Conducted Excor- aloe. DININQ CARS, SERVICE A LA CARTS ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS. H Tor raAea, foldaca, fx XXmt trated booking, to, hawire ! yur xMMfMt ticket agent, apeol- tying the Rio Gcaad Re, or H LA. BENTON, G. A. P. D., Salt Lai City. H ' 1 1 ii ) I ' : A FARM TELEPHONE I H I Will save enough horseflesh W I ami time every month to pay m its cost for a year, and in t emergencies, when time is W the big thing, it may save B 1 your home and your life. S1 j , Thousands of farms in this M ' country arc now...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, fto8 THE D .fi S E R E T FARMER 13 I Ition of stems and roots to perform the life functions with the least ex penditure of energy, are all adapta tions which Inspire our wonder and admiration. j "All the manifest beauty of earth is only nature's nuptial decorations." The beautiful forms, colors, mark ings, arrangements, time of blooming of flowers, and the form, color, ad justment of seeds are for the purpoB of attracting insects and birds thsH the pollen may be transferred froml one flower to another to secure cross pollination and- in consequence a high er type of fruit, and that the fruit might be distributed to give a great er range to each species, and reduce the struggle for existence. With such a conception of garden possibilities a small garden plot wid ens out into a world of wonders. In Cleveland part of the school yard has been put into condition for the I garden where the space was sufficient and many vacant lots have been . loaned for the purpo...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

-' I -.. 1 M '" j; THE DBS BEET FARMER' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, igoS I I "I SUGfVR BEETS H BEET SUGAR IS AS GOOD AS H CANE. H v H ft"- ji m 'T.hc department of agriculture set- B tics the much discussed controversy B over the relative merits and values of BSH B beet and cane sugars' by declaring . B that there is no difference between m them. In a late publication on .this'. m -subject, the department says: B ''Chemists generally concede that M tile sugar which occurs in the- sugar bbb B cane is identical from the standpoint B of chemical composition and structure B with that found in the sugar maple.. B sugar beet, and many other vegetable B products. As it occurs in nature, the H sugar is accompanied by various other B materials dissolved in the plant- juice, H and it is- the presence of more or less B of such bodies which , gives, certain B commercial sugar products, lijcc mo- B lasses and maple syrup, their 'distmc- H ( live flavor. H Products May Differ. m ' f ' "Old-fashioncdi...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

1 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, i9 T H 3E DESZRET FARMER 15 H jxr 1- 111iMi.11 iuijM.m.j-iijLjMmrwTWT 1 1 - . jmw """" IWW"TW"WMIW"'"I''WWW : i HORTICULTURE Thii Department if Edited by Prof. R. S. Northrop, State Ari- cultural College. : GUARDING ONE'S REPUTATION 4 It is a good sign when individuals j nnd localities begin to take steps to . protect their good names, in any line. f It is a good sign horticulturally when " "individuals and localities take steps j to protect the reputation of their j fruits, and within the past year a num ber of localities have sought to have .laws enacted which will secure this ' protection. Oregon lias passed' a very stringent law, requiring the name and address of the packer and locality I where packed) to be oh every fruit ' . package. And now comes New York II with a movd to insure protection to J the good name of New York fruits. I . It seems that some of the cold stor- agc companies of New York State liavc been in the habit of 'buying ap j ' pics in ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 19 September 1908

I 16 THZ DSSIRXT FARMER Saturday, September i9, 1908 H Group of 7YlIn 0ul!dlniz I SSS- or "3roa(' liberal training in all the industrial I !Mq ?fw arts' s e sckl or ke masses. It teaches the ; I wS& C IPS Present and future farmers, dairymen and ranchers l 1 I 151 113 Utah and adjacent states how to get the greatest I j I ffi$ffift& returns, in pleasure and profit, from their fields and i i I 'kSS5 flocks. It teaches the fruit growers how to raise the I J I best fruit and get the best prices. It teaches the blacksmith, car- J j I penter, machinist and carriage builder how to climb to the top of I ; H ture house-wives and mothers of Utah hoy tBw' 'PSHfc 1 M nually large numbers of trained business JS..,,, PfW P$H li men. It has provided the State and also MKBWW' '- mmm'- flfe '' fl I the Nation with many agricultural experts. mKKSmr "': fiBP. .ife. ' M For the young men and women of Utah to EHu 'fldtogsJf ww -it-llfe-mm J18B j H begin planning where they will go for next WMJa...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 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. — 26 September 1908

I The "Greater" Utahfl P. G. P. Wc arc living in an age of "Booms," 'in?! an age when every third person r ""you meet has something to self; lias organized a company and is willing to 'let you in on the ground floor. They ''"Sell anything from electric switches "''which arc so constructed that wreck. l in a few years will be things of his tory, to entire agricultural communi ties, where they have buildcd a ccn tral town laid out the streets -after the latest approved fashion, installed sewer and water systems in the town. On its outskirts is the farming land you are to buy. In some rare cases , they arc pushing a good proposition, very pftcn the reverse is true. In the near future, it is going to be the pleasure of the Dcscrct Farmer to ... report on the various enterprises at present being carried on in our state. The writer is acquainted with the ma- jority of them and can say that they are bona fide, straight propositions. t He is also acquainted with some that cannot be included...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I MEET US ON THE I FAIR GROUND I See our exhibit of heavy machinery in operation. I Talk with our men, who will be glad to see you I "The Great Minneapolis Line" I H A New Departure in Applying Power for I BALING HAY, STRAW OR WOOL f I UTAH IMLFEMENT - VEHICLE CO, I J SALT LAKE CITY . UTAH I W. S. McCORNICK, Pres. A, J. COLT, Sec'y.-Treas. JOS. F. BURTON, Mngr. '!

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I l! I 3" THI DXEIK1T FARMER Saturday, September 26, i9o3 BBS tiUMrr.. - . " BBS izTir . ' ' " Li11 H ' hhe cleanest. 3WIV "mart comfortaWewgJKa , . I; SLICKER m ' ottfoe same time j; J' cheapest in the J end because it C J , wears longest Wtf- ' 3Q0 Everywhere i4pf H) Evory garment guar fyi' J ')j H anteed waterproof yPv 1 y 4o6 H Catalog fraa - Hi 1 WjmMWWMMUow la I t 60 WEST i BBJ B ttmmmmmttmmmmmmtmm Ba ' AND SEE WHAT 1 I IDAHO INVITES YOU I BBb , mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlL-Wtmmmm AY H ' to ihare as n irrigation J state; the beat watered state in the Union. 1 1 1 I ' HOMES FOR THOUS- 1 l;i AND! OF SETTLERS I H GOOD LAND f GOOD WATER GOOD CLIMATE GOOD PEOPLE Go to the Golden Weit , . ' H i For Rates and Descriptive M Literature, Address D. E. BURLEY, G, P. A. D..S. SPENCER, A.G.P.A. ; 111 - OREGON SHORT LINE 111 I RAILROAD : (COMPANY ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I . THE BEST LINIMENT m rm mum fm m. mmm wm gm Glombault's bsv Caustic Balsam IT HAS NO 1QUAL f ! Irc.io'imIm Parfaatty sf...

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