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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I AGRICULTURE I I This Department is Edited by Prof. J. C. Hogcnson, of the Ag ricultural College. j THE IMPORTANCE OF PROPER MANAGEMENT. By Prof. J. W. Sanborn of New Hampshire. The measure of the production of an agricultural people is never the fertility of the soil, but the fertility of the intellect of those who till that soil. We should not live as guests of nature. Nature never meant that man should lean on her and repels it by dwarfing himi as an intellectual force and in the- measure of his living. I have yet to learn of a people living on a very fertile soil who have not in the end suffered by that very fer tility. STIic second clement of importance in the management of a farm is the permanency of the family on the farm. No agriculture will be at its best, and no state at its greatest J1 for "a generation, or generations, in whose farm families do not root back the soil held, that docs not bud in present occupancy and in expectation to flower in genet ations to come. Somet...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

tupIy DEgERET ?ARMJR B I ". " Curb. , , ' ' , Curb, isj located at the back and' low ' ' -bst pd'int of the hock joint. $-- Capped Hock. w Gapped hock is an enlargement at thc point of the hock. Capped Elbow. -j Capped elbow is the same as cappca' : shock, only it as located at the point of the elbow. . It shotild.be remembered that when ,any of these conditions arc starting on sin animal the first rcquisit is ab solute rest for a number of weeks. If this is not given the case is aggra vated and if ever overcome it is with great difficulty. It is' said that bad cases of gnawing the manger K&ri be stopped by coriting the manger and halter rope with coal . tar, putting ifc on hot with an old brush or broom. ... . "Many a vicious horse is started on f u His bad career by not being properly ''handled when young. Even though 'the colt is naturally of a bad disposi tion, he ican be easily managed while . under six months of age, and when J he once is taught that man is his mas- !' ter...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

HOOSIER DRILLS KUNNEK, PRESSURE WBXEL DISC PRESSURE WHEEL ' PLAIN DISC f PLAIN DISC with GANG WHEEL ATTACHED iSHOE DRILLS PIN HOE DRILLS .,. EMERSON DISC PLOWS I This is the Plow that can be : I changed from single to I I double in 5 minutes . ftnratt irom tub Deseret Farmer 1 August 15, 1908 1 This Department Is Edited bu Prof. J. G. ttoaenson of the norlcultural College . EMERSON ALFALFA RENOVATOR ! ; MACHINES FOR ALFALFA AND BROME GRASS. A machine lias recently come to xny notice which I am rure will soon be used considerably by the farmers of the west, especially those 'engaged in growing dry farm alfalfa, cither for hay or seed. This machine is called the Emerson Alfalfa Renovator. In other words it is a spike toothed disc. Tine spikes arc in the shape of har row teeth with the exception that they arc slightly curved to give the wheel, which twenty of them form, a slight disc. The machine has twelve of these wheels making 240 spikes. Each individual spike is bolted on so that i...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I ' , , . . 'A THEaBiESKRET ErA ff M E R , , as aturdaysepteber ,6s I THE DESERET FARMER (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) B Combined With "Rocky Mountain M Farming." B s 44 1 1 Established 1904. H Official Organ of the H Utah State Poultry Association. m f Utah Horticultural Society. , H Utah State Dairymen's Association. ' Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protec ts -tivc and Commercial Association. B Utah Arid Farming Association. m j H , Issued icvery Saturday by the Dcs- l eret Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc- i curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake H , City, Utah. M Entered as second class matter Dec. M , 27, 1905, t the Postoffice at Salt Lake City, Utah. M Subscription price . $1.00 per year H (Strictly in Advance.) H 1 H Discontinuances. B The publishcra must be notified in H writing, at time of expiration, when 1 discontinuance of subscription is, de Hi I sired, and all arrears must be paid. Hi ' AdVertising rates made known upon application. The right i...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

f ' T HE $ S E i K ff'T FAR M g - '' - I I AGRONOMY i This Department is Edited by Prof. J. C. Hogcnson, of the Ag ricultural College. 1 . THE PETERSON WEEDER. .. While visiting Mr. L. P. Peterson's farm across Bear River west of Smith ' field a week or so ago in coriipany with Profs. Fitz and Dcrr of the U. ,S. Department of Agriculture, Mr. rPctcrson showed us a weeder which ;hc has been using with great success for about eight years. With Mr. Pet erson, this weeder also takes the place ,;ofl the disc and harrow. P The frame is made from two-inch Jplanks ten feet long and six inches Vwidc, and t.wo planks four feet long forming a rectangle. There arc also 4wo planks bolted on in the form of n ,V. To the under side of each of the two main planks arc bolted eight knives, made from J-inch steel. Tlc steel is bent six inches from one end. a the short end being tboltcd diagonally o the plank with two bolts. The bend is about three or four inches, d2 pending on the depth you wish the kn...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER a6; igo8 TEE' DESIRET JARMfK r I WHAT TO LOOK FOR AT THE STATE FAIR IN THE DAIRY SECTION. , Guernsey i. 'Tlic Agricultural College promises to "Have a string of Guernseys at the 'Fair and it will be the first time many of our readers have had an opportuni ty to see this breed of cattle. The Guernseys arc of course a dairy breed and for that 'reason ought to become very popular in th'S state. The Guernseys came originally from Guernsey Island, one of the little is lands in the English channel, off the j coast of France. For many years this ' breed was protected at home by the exclusion of all other breeds. The breed as a butter producer is entitled to special distinction. The milk is of higher natural yellow -color than of any other breed, due to its .butter-fat content. The fat globulei are large and have a deeper yellow even than the Jerseys. One of the noted cows of this breed, Yeksa Sun beam, at the age of nine years, pro duced in one year 857.1 lbs. butter-fa...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I PORTER-WALTON O.j I : ; p. S-.-jsjJBl Seeds of Quality : ; I HP" - -iirSIBlWHiliHBII ff iSTiffMBMHBHIB ' ' I1 The above cut shows a section of our 6o-acrc "TRIAL I ' K - i GROUNDS" at Ccntervillc, Utah. Being the first of the kind ' H Hi established in this Inter-Mountain Country, these grounds arc BBHipalWffl H attracting no little attention 'by everyone interested in Seed HRPmMJ W T'''?liS l H ' Cultivation. ' S)' ..-. ' -'V. '' ' 'JV'rSm . H f ' .'" ,: A ii ildfcfi Hi simply cheapness in the seeds planted, but regardless of cost JJfeJJffpWP"SLz"' BBW m H V I tivc Field Tests have discovered some among the many which IJBBHOBBjra 1 ko to press, just a card with your name and address will bring One of Our Greenhouses, Where Vitality Tests are 1 H 1 you this valuable book free of charge, WRITE IT NOW. Made 1 PORTER-WALTON CO. f SALT LAKE OITY, ---UTAH I H "" ' "" ' "-'' --" itim...M.nin.i-.ii . ..v . f . V . n-Vl rj-tinr ji.L-Ly..utr

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I n T H BDf E S B RJIffit J Aft L . S ATORDAY, SEPTEMBER ,6, igqi I International Harvester Company i i . THE HEART OF A "SOULLESS I CORPORATION." H (Continued from page 5 a.) H, that you would find anywhere. The H first girl that finished crossed the H gangway to the 'space opposite, raised H1 the cover of the upright piano that H stood against a pillar in the .centre of H. the room, and started in on the "Mcr- m ry Widow" waltz. Tliat was the sig- P nal for a general pushing back of cof- li) fee cups, and in no time a dozen H' couples were whirling around the H floor. More were chatting in the easy - , chairs 'about (he wall. In the "rest room''joining there vcrc girls louningwon sofas, girls reading maga H 1 1 7incs anil funny papers, and half u H dozen 1girls waiting for their turn to H take counsel of ai uniformed nurse, H who at every noon-time; -with her H j little hag of ointments and bandages H , and simple medicaments, holds "of-' Hh ficc hours" licrc for the consideration...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

- - .--..-,--, .. .1 ....... .. , - - ! I IRRIGATION IRRIGATION PROBLEMS. ( Comparative Practice of the United ,, States and Canada. 1 It is a common saying that the farm er is the most really independent of Jtmorals that he can always secure a i Hiving from his lalbor, even if he can- fnot always obtain the luxuries of life. In one sense this is true; in another lamentably false. With the knowl edge of modern methods of farming, , and with the results before him of the magnificent work of the Department ;of Agriculture in -so many directions, the intelligent farmer can control most of the conditions of his work as well as, if not better, than the busi ness man can control the conditions of business and competition. "Every ' bug has its poison," and the danger of widespread devastation of crops over large areas by the ravages of insects J or bacterial growths has been greatly J reduced by agricultural research, and 2 may, eventually, almost disappear. r With the increasing growth of...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I f ORNITHOLOGY. The Robin., A Notable Victory. S.nH. Goodwin. That is good news, brought by thei daily papers, of the great victory won !by the Audubon Society and its I friends in Louisiana, in behalf of thev Rvlbin. For years it has'Jbccn a no torious fact that pot-hurucrs were killing Robins by the -hundreds of thousands (the number is placed ..t one million for the past season by competent authorities) every winter iffi Jthe Creole state. That state, iin 13 common with Texas and Alabama, 4 Wd maintained an open season for . tho Robin, with the result already stated; they were hunted, as other game would be hunted, and exposed for sale in the market stalls. As a result of the vigorous campaign car ried on by the National Audubon So , cicty, and its auxiliaries, during the Ipast four years, the people were led tol sec how closely the destruction of birds and especially of the Robin touched their material interests. The 3' work of these organizations was sup- ' L , , plcmcntcd by ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I' j jw4i - - - .. . .." "'.. . , "' ' "K ' "yawpwr.- r 5 - : e- " - -- . . v B t .5 ' 7 Sjt 5 T k M E i, ...itg , - . ; 'UT SisH: ' : 'jy ' :: -7 - C I . -,- , ;J ; : ". i;' ' '" MH" "Till ..- I 1 1 ' V Such is the magnitude of the Utah State Fair that interest I; extends beyond the boundaries of the State it is f inter- I I mountain importance. I ! 1 The Fair of 1908 becomes a veritable exposition. 1 1 I ; ' ; Special excursion rates on all roads will bring thousands f I of visitors from all States. I I I WHAT THE FAIR PROPOSES TO SPEND i 1 $7500 ir Prizes in Livestock. $4,000 for prizes in Fruit, brain and Vegetables. $2,500 I 1 , for prizes in other departments. $7,500 for 6-day Racing program. $5,000 for Special I ' I Attractions. $10,000 for improvements. $l,00i for advertising and operating expenses. I ' AH Prizes paid in Cash, Gold and Silver Medals and Diplomas. : , , ; ; . M PARTIAL LIST OF WHAT YOU WILL SEE AT THE FJft THIS ' Hf 5 A f hhy of Livc Stock that will eclipse a...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

H ! i Ij! : Plant Vnaplpr Sppfk Hffl ' , r , ' o-nrl Wik trio ItlPfAQCA BIBMfflQHHB S I allu Oct; Lilt; llicieaot; WmSKStSiBSKKm 1 i! B!WDQlli "x ' I) :, PPRHWAKpPERMANETT3Ary'E, are the trae foundation ot good ; I Vogeler Seed Co. SaltthCity l

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER a6, igot THE DZISERET FARMIB . tot H , ,,r- - - " 1 POULTRY ;; APPLIED LAWS OF BREEDING. C. S. Gorlinc. Jt is a tenet of the hypothesis of evolution that the embryo is built up. by the union of organic particles ' which arc given off from every part of the body of the parent, and which, assembling in the sexual secretions, , assume in the body of the offspring positions like those which they occu pied' in the parent. (Theory of Hcri dity Buffon.) According to Huxley " the hen's egg contains an excessively minute but complete chick, and that fecundation and incubation simply cause this germ to absorb nutritious matters, which arc deposited in the ihlcrcsticcs of the elementary struc ' turc of which the chick germ is made up. The ovum is a cell containing material particles each of which cor responds to a specific characteristic hereditary in that species. Each cell Sdf the body may be considered as an individual, which has the power to J grow and to give rise by -...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I 10 :isrr - r: v T - - T H E DISIRETf A-R-MHE R" " . . Saturday, eptbmber I !fr TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES J j The following table represents replies to a series of queries addressed the various Boardlriof County Commissio'ncrs jn the State; by the I Bureau of Statistics, with a view of presenting an authoritative table on the above subject in its relation to public roads. The County' Commission s' crs&L Kanc Morgan, Tooele and Uintah did not reply. I "-I Si I B Sr 1 .9 1 .as S a - .2i slrl le.6s last iV o .on o 3 o - o ft o 3 :? fc "a c :? o :? o Si- ctoB o..H 0ua5.cS0:En;rE:3h H ' . ' H Beaver 200 30 170 I 120 I 3 4 I Sooo I 3000 20 Farm produce, ore 20c! No data- Co. Commrs. Yes 1 to s $ "204 . Box Elder.'. 1000 500 500 400 3 5000 500 5 jRarm produce 20c. No data D. R. Sup'or Yes 3 Cache. 378 100 278 40 3 3 3 4000 5 Farm produce iSc. 240,000 ton Supervisor Yes 3 No roads. Carbon. 147 77 70 122 3 o o 4000 3000 10 Farm produce, coal 30c. 200 tons Both Yes 20 $ 400000 DavhU.:. 8...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

iSATURpAY,,8EETEMBER a6 xgot . JTJHJB D B S E & X T T A RvM H R irt. I pcr'lndb,"- providing ordinary f ounda tfo'n and drainage. j f We have aoout '8000 .miles ofjeounty roads in the state, (adding some for bounties. not reported) and the cqst of permanently improving them would be3 about .$32,000,000, All of our roads, however, do not need improv ing -to .that extent, some good, well drained earth roads would do in some . places. About half of our roads rirc what may tic termed primary roads and need a first-class improving, and those-, arc the ones used most and connecting from county to -county; for a system of net work of well im proved, roads throughout the state. Suppose wc could (be persuaded: to spend part of our annual loss for good roads, say about $2,000,000 per yearj it would require for 4000 miles at $4000 per mile, eight years to do the work. This wc cannot hope to do; however, wc spend now upwards of $200,000 in the various counties mostly for patchwork. Turn thi...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

H V 12 THE DESERET FARMER - - - Saturday, September 26,' x& r I . . ; I: 1 Taft or Bryan Which? I t ' JBut there is no question about I. Incubators or Brooders ',; :' " for I "Mandy Lee" HAS WON H With the new modtls there is absolute- ly no GUESSWORK Heat, Mohture H''r and Ventilation, measured and regulat- 1 H t ed to a Scientific nicety . I Porter -Walton Co. 1 I Salt Lake City f Agents for Utah and Idaho i B FEIE CATALOG UPON REaUHIT 1 H III THE LEADING COMMERCIAL SCHOOL IN H 111 THE STATE. FINE EQUIPMENT, ELEGANT f IB SCHOOL ALL THE YEAR; NEW STUDENTS HI H IS CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME. WRITE FOR FULL ' K I I I B U SINES Su 60,L LEG E I - - - - t - THE HOMB This Department in Edited by Mis Hazel Love of the Africul- tifral College. DOMESTIC SCIENCE. Miss Blanche Cooper. Written for the Dcseret Farmer. Special Training for Women. Of all discoveries in modern edu cation the most splendid is the rccog nition of individual need, of indivi dual claim, of individual right; the in fini...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

HDAv(SEPTEMB,Ra6)- .aoMMMjriEM,,, -i I jKPSpiced' Apples? - v $ fMakc a syrup of ij lbs. brown, sug- $V and Li pt. vinegar. Tic loosely in Siin big; J4 tb. each of ground-v !lovc3,"allspice, mace, cinnamon. Put. tthc bag in syrup andcook slowly haif v J jjour. Peel and core apples; cook in Syrup covered until they can be ipicrccd with a fork. Take out and Iboil syrup down if necessary and pour tovcr fruit. Peaches and pears may ' ' be prepared in the same way and' will vjSe found ai delicious accompaniment iR) the roast veal in winter. ' Mustard Pickle. Prepare the vegetables carefully w And place in strong salt water over T ' might, For I peck of beans, tonu- rtocs, o.nions and small cucumbers and cauliflower allow 2 qts. vinegar, 5 ,1b. mustard. 2 tb. tumeric powder, kiy2 t. mace, i t. allspice, J4 t. red pep jocr. Yx t. black pepper, c. flour. Mix all smooth with cold vinegar and dd to the boiling; cook until smooth, Siijring carefully. , t A j , t Chili Sauce. Chop fine 16 ripe ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

1 ',..,-.. I 14.. . . . ' -L fJJBSERJRT FARR -. $'sAtURDAVsePTMbvER 6;jgoS I 11 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH 1 I "The Head of the Public School System of the State." I K J The University of Utah includes the School of Arts and Sciences, the State K I jj Normal School, the State School of Mines, and a School of Medicine. It I 'V ? SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIEN- STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. STATE SCHOOL OF MINES. H m ' ' CES. ' The Normal School offers: The State School of Mines offers ' ' 1 '( v ,nt c , , f . . , . .--'' i Science Normal Course. ' courses in: ' - !-,( ' ft-; t ' a,ld Sciences',' v2 Arts-Normal Course i,-.(Mining Engineering , H" f . . -offers courses in: ' .?' ' " . Tcrsons completing one or two 2- Electrical Engineering " . . H 1 tH ' V Gener'il Science' . years of cither of these courses will-'' 3- Civil Engineering ? '- ' j 1 J!' . , wniraioncne i receive o certificate entitling the hold-;,,... .44 Mechanical Engineering ,' Hi -,Llbcral Arts I lfe' cr to teach in the public schools of '...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER ,6, 1008 , .. I.H.B. JEJIREXJ ARMBR , , tJB I mmm ' ' - ipHE UNIVERSITY IT'S WORK. S $ r" v- .j , , " After the high scliool then the Uni-' crshyi Phis phrase which has ap IpcarcdoT laic ,ort several: flamphlels. g:oming from the State University ouiUto be a maxim ocpnduGtfor thc' youth of Utah. 'Not very long iijro it was difficult for our young Xicoplc-to secure 'even a high 'school Education, and university training was ? beyond the reach of all except a few; -but with the establishment of high (schools in all parts of the state the fjboy who now fails to get a high -'school education has himself to blame Sand aiter the high school if he has pluck, no matter what his handicaps arc, he can reach the University. It ibehooves our youth now-a-days to jmakc every effort to secure the best education possible, because the best $ivork of. the state' is requiring more -fand more the hand -and the brain of .fthc educated man. . t At the University after one fias jfeompl...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

pit Bf I I ' I 1 lfeamL Lightest Running Wagon in ; It OUR ORCHARD WAGON 1 I I BURTON IMPLEMENT COMPANY I Wm I VI WILL Till JlT TOU BIGHT correspondence and dealing, mention the "Deteret Farmer." 0GDE1C, UTAH I I Fruit Groovers Attention . i .iiiiiiiMMiiiiiiliTiTBrirmBilTI bibK E3bibw ' "" um BBBHfi BBBBBMHBBBBBk . . a liNB BBBVi BBBBBBBBBBBBm .u v a. 1 k. . .A. i.Tfi21 BBBB i BBBBBBBBBBBBBHIL 4 u'' .1 i4 ,.ul, id. jBhA LiALa JBkL 1SSM3 Hp bIbIbIbIHbbV ' '.tjittfciu JLAJiBjy jjuyjkncflinMBi H I TWO-YEAR-OLD APPLE TREES AT SALT LAKE NURSERY. Bji I We invite you to come and see our block of Nursery Stock which we claim to be the finest r 1 grown in the country, consisting of One Hundred Thousand Apple Trees, mostly Gano and Jonathan. ; t Home-Grown Stock, budded from bearing Trees, Free from all Disease. Before ordering elsewherf he p I , sure and call and examine the stock. Also a general assortment of Fruit as well as Ornamental Trees. , f SALT LAKE NURSERY COMPANY B 1907 So. State ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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