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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I 'THE DESERET FAR M ER I HORTICULTURE ' - SAVING THE WASTE OF THE ORCHARD. Prof. E. H. Favor, State Agricultural College. Written for the Dcserct Farmer. At this season of the year the fruit growers arc confronted by the prob lem! of disposing of their fruit crops to the greatest advantage. No matter how carefully fruits are picked and packed there is some waste; and in many instances this waste assumes enormous proportions. But by care ful management much of this waste can be turned into money. There arc three ways in which this can be done, viz., making the fruit into vinegar; canning and drying. Each of these methods makes greater or less returns, and in many instances brings in greater profit than if the fruit had been marketed fresh; and each has its advantages and disad vantages. The manufacture of pure fruit vine gar is an industry which is assuming large proportions in some parts of the country. This has been largely due to the influence? of the Pure Food Law, which in some...

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

I THE DESERET FARMER' .. J I WST CLEAN GRAIN ol "THJnfgESal I PRICE QUESTION I Bl3 LT TH CUppER D0 THE work I B The "CLIPPER" cleaner and fanner is especially adapted to the cleaning and I trading of ail kinds of grain. If it can be cleaned the "CLIPPER" will do it. I I CLEANED GRAIN BRINGS BETTER PRICES B Write for complete booklet and descriptive matter, telling of its many uses. I THE BARTELDES SEED CO., General Agents I B DENVER. COLORADO B OFFICIAL DIRECTORY UTAH BEE-KEEPERS' ASSOCIATION. M President, E. S. Lovesy, 355 Sixth East Street, Salt Lake City. First Vice-President, R. T. Rhees, H View, Weber County. Second Vice-President, W. Bell is ton, H Nephi. H Secretary, A. Faw'son, Grantsville. H Asst. Sec'y, Jas. Neilsen, Holliday. H County Vke-PredenU: Salt Lake W. C. Bergon, Mill Creek. Utah- George Hone, Payson. Wasatch J. A. Smith, Heber aty. Davis H. J. Butcher, Kaysville. Box Elder J Hansen, Bear River City Tuab. Thomas Bclliston, Nephi. Washington J. L. Bunting, St Georg...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

THE D.ESER.ET FARMER I is soon'pumpcd up and exhaled, and where the soil has become -all but im pervious through this running togeth er or puddling the surface may be wet by irrigation, but the root which feeds the plant becomes dry and the beet cither dies or fails to reach its full development Assuming the foregoing to be true every thinking farmer must arrive it the conclusion not only of the de sirability but of the absolute neces sity of turning heavy crops of alfalfa or clover into the soil. Our suggestion is, begin some sys tem of rotation now by plowing un der the second crop of alfalfa as soon as it -commences to bloom whether you intend to grow beets or any oth er crop that requires working of the soil. I The method which we have hcrc- 1 toforc advocated has received the in- 1 dorscment ofjio less an authority 1 than Charles L. Flint, Secretary of 1 the State Board of Agriculture of 1 Massachusetts for twenty-eight on- i sccutivc years, and' author of "Gras- I scs and Fora...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

HP 9 I 1 I THE DESERET FARMER 1 """"""" the scenic line (Connecting: at Ogdcn Union Depot with all SOUTHERN PACIFIC AND OREGON SHORT LINE ' . TRAINS. H The Only Transcontinental Line Passing Directly Through Salt Lake City. 3 Splendidly Equipped Fasti 4fc Trains Daily Between ( Ogden and Denver C Via Three Separate and III Distinct Scenic Routes. w H THROUGH PULLMAN AND ORDINARY SLEEPING I CARS, DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE. FREE RE- CLINING CHAIR CARS. H Personally Conducted Excur H , sions. DINING CARS, SERVICE j A LA CARTE ON ALL ' THROUGH TRAINS. H1 For rates, folders, free illustrat- cd booklets, etc., inquire of your nearest ticket agent, specifying Rio Grande Route, or address H I. A. BENTON, H G. A. P. D. Salt Lake City m n Hi " I I A FARM TELEPHONE! H; t Will save enough horseflesh W V C and time every month to pay m m W its cost for a year, and in ft B W emergencies, when time is J V 9 the big thing, it may save K m your home and your li...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

1 " '' " ' THE DJSSERET FARMER m: possible by the adoption throughout the state of the most approved meth ods of handling the milk and- cream to produce butter which would sell at several cents above what it is now bringing on the market; but I am sure that by the elimination of inferior cows from the dairy herd and by the use of a first-class pure ibrcd sire of any of the leading dairy breeds it would be possible for practically every dairyman in the state to increase the production of his herd by at least one half and in a great number of cases it could be doubled. Where the im provement of the butter and cheese would mean cents the improvement of the herd would mean dollars. Our main object, therefore, will be to in crease the profits of the dairy farmers in Utah, and all our work cither in the College or Experiment Station will H have this end in view. IA SHORT REVIEW OF THE DAIRY INDUSTRY IN UTAH. Since the establishment of the "Dcs crct Farmer" it has been the aim of its edito...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I THE DESER JET. FARMER I IIIIBMfH I """ """the scenic line"- H Connecting at Ogdcn Union Depot with all SOUTHERN PACIFIC AND OREGON SHORT LINE . TRAINS. The Only Transcontinental H Line Passing Directly Through Salt Lake City. Splendidly Equipped Fast Jfe Trains Daily Between ( Ogden and Denver C Via Three Separate and ll Distinct Scenic Routes, w I THROUGH PULLMAN AND ORDINARY SLEEPING I AJ?S' DENVERf OMAHA, KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE. FREE RE- CLINING CHAIR CARS. Personally Conducted Excur Hi sions. DINING CARS, SERVICE A LA CARTE ON ALL 1 THROUGH TRAINS. V For rates, folders, free illustrat- ed booklets, etc., inquire of your nearest ticket agent, specifying ; Rio Grande Route, or address I I. A. BENTON, G. A. P. D. Salt Lake City t I : A FARM TELEPHONE' M ' Will save enough horseflesh f H ; and time every month to pay ' H t its cost for a year, and in . , t emergencies, when time is , V the big thing, it may save j l your home and your life. ; ( . Thousan...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I H .jm: ...- h-- THE DJ5SEEET FARMER - " ! I possible by the adoption throughout the state of the most approved meth ods of handling the milk and- cream :to produce butter which would sell at several cents above what it is now bringing on the market; but I am sure that by the elimination of inferior cows from the dairy herd and by the use of a first-class pure 'bred sire of any of the leading dairy breeds it would be possible for practically every dairyman in the state to increase the production of his herd by at least one half and in a great number of cases it could be doubled. Where the im provement of the butter and cheese would mean cents the improvement of the herd would mean dollars. Our main object, therefore, will be to in- I crease the profits of the dairy farmers in Utah, and all our work cither in the College or Experiment Station will have this end in view. A SHORT REVIEW OF THE J DAIRY INDUSTRY j IN UTAH. I Since the establishment of the "Dcs- u crct Farmer" it has bee...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I I r . THE DESERET ' FARMER I 1- flORlCULTURE H the- importance of proper H MANAGEMENT, H (Continued from page 3a) H1 whether I should still be led by the H boy's dream and take up the thread H off lffe again on a granite hill farm of H afback, railroadlcss town, four and H cftelalf miles from a railroad and' fif- H tccrilmilcs from any market. In cigh- Hi teenf years of absence the farm) had H- g5nc' badly to bushes and woods and Hj its bmldings to decay. No field would H cut a ton of hay many would not cut H more than one-fourth to one-tenth H ton to the acre. None of the land Hi was under the plow. Farms around Hij . it Were selling at $10 per acre, a mere Hi fraction of the tost of improvcmcntJ Hj on them. A meager living for hard Hf work was had out of them. The avcr- H'' age farm was not giving over from Hi $500 to $700 income, out of which all H expenses of labor, grain, teams, taxes, H repairs and living must come. H This was the history of back farms H in New England, wher...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

I ! Draw a Check JrW HhR' Youarethevei? B I in our favor, you get some- iT , ffif AfFji tising is aimed di- X I l I will surely be satisfied with your purchase. If flKJlk 3 ffH& W making" a bid for H 0ur terms for those desiring credit arc suffi- gJMK ZVl fp8P & yOUl business with flB 1 cicntfy clastic to cover most any one's require- IHfelHMrl2 x h' 1 ments.. And our prices-well 'you must know I gp jn sfnglOrdcr ? A I they are low, very low, or we would not grow so rapidly. 1 f Are yQU gojng. Q? ge frank et us know the WOrst. wL H 1 Leading Implement Dealers, Utah , Idaho, Nevada & Wyoming i I m General Offices: Salt Lake City - Utah 4 H I 2 Branches: Ogdcn, Logan, Price - Utah m J! Branches: Idaho Ealls, Montpclicr ... Idaho f ""l Consoiiaaiea liiagon & macnine Co. I I OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. H I J J- J. Wright, W. S. McCornick, Vicc-Prcst. Mclvin D. Wells, Scc.-Trcas. Grant Hamilton, Asst. Scc-T. V H I J Geo. Romncy, L. S. Hills, James H. Moylc John "Slenry Smith ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 September 1908

Ml . w 4JM -' IB ' juuifljijiijpjuiiriri ii rffinfiTTrii" ":'"r r.ir "---vnr riri"iriTriTri-miftfipi B Ml $4 v K H TP MM M"" " i i J&BBS FHlBBSlHKteMiMii ..jP ? I fe 'SMrrK'lWlW XllfflftSB mI ljll 1 1 111 mil I or uon I i Group of Alain Building ' " l f B 'Ml I fSIISfSIS TANDS for broad, liberal training in all the industrial I !Mq fHy arts s e scno fr tne masses. It teaches the I ' fS SH! C IP! present and future farmers, dairymen and ranchers I j 3 gUJ of Utah and adjacent states how to get the greatest i I WW returns, in pleasure and profit, from their fields and i I fey flocks. It teaches the fruit growers how to raise the best fruit and get the best prices. It teaches the blacksmith, car- penter, machinist and carriage builder how to climb to the top of his profession. H ': It teaches the present and especially the fu- tt-Ai H ture house-wives and mothers of Utah how JMtf '- - i ' to decrease the routine and drudgery, and w" " H how to increase the enjoyment of the pro- jSK...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

tHHyJ$jTY DF UTAH ' I 'I""' SU. CITY UTAH I I H IraSH" THEL Off 1?- IpSSI II i l I JlmSFJiFMl I V ILUl-ll-"l rill t I g " y . : DO YOU WANT A FARM PAPER?. I V I " V VOL. V. SALT LAKE CITY UTAH. OCTOBER 3, 1908. NO. IX. I II XiJhtt- "- 'ir-VfliiWI '- ''- - - -.V- -. "WWW 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. — 3 October 1908

I 2 THI DISIRST FARMER SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1908. f H 1 ' I MEET US ON THE I FAIR GROUND 1 See our exhibit of heavy machinery in operation. 1 I Talk with our men, who will be glad to see you 1 I I "The Great Minneapolis "Ljine"1! I A New Departure in Applying Power for 1 1 I BALING HAY, STRAW OR WOOL f UTAH 1MLPEMENT - VEHICLE CO. 5 I SALT LAKE CITY - UTAH I I t W -S, McCORNICK, P,e.. A, J, q, c.yTrem. J0& BORTON Mf,

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

SAWRbAY,6&T6BEfrr3ri&ol A TVL PES E"K"& T PARMEH " , 3 HH , .1 i THE TIME TO SOW FALL WHEAT. As wheat is th6 principal crop of the arid farmer the proper time at winch it should be sown is an im portant consideration. Very little of the wheat grown on our arid farms is sown and this amount is (becoming less each year. When sown on sum mer fallowed land it is customary to 11 sow in September and October. If I following wheat, then the crop is re moved as quickly as possible and the seeding is done as soon as the land can be prepared. Few farmers now wait for the fall rains before seeding as experience-" lTas generally shown that if the land is prepared and seeded as early as possible the best results p are secured J Oftentimes the seeding is done at a fll time when the surface is dry and ill dusty, but there is usually sufficient I moisture two to four inches down t va cause germination. Even if such con- j ditions should not prevail no harm in results' from 'the seed lyi...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

I 4 THIS DBSERET FARMER SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 1908. ft I TH1.DISRET TARMER H HATl BIG FARM PAPER.) H Combined With "Rocky Mountain 1 Ss? Farming," H Established ........ 1904. M - m V Official Organ of the H WahStatc Poultry Association. SfUtah Horticultural Society. 1 Ujah State Dairymen's Assbciation. m Utlh State Bee Keepers' Association H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protcc- B live and Commercial Association. Utah Arid Farming Association. . : H Issued every Saturday by the Des- crct "Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc- curi"ty? & Trust Building, Salt Lake City, -Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. M 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt Lake H City'iytah. H Subscription price $1.00 per year f s (Strictly in Advance.) M Discontinuances. fl Tjjh'ei publisher must be notified in H writing, at time of expiration, when discontinuance of subscription is de H sircd,Vnd all arrears must be paid. H Advertising rates made known upon aoplication. The right is reserved to H reject question...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

SATURDAY,. October 3, '9Q' . . THE D E S E R EkT F A KrSl E E - fWWsm"'" - r.-gv1' B Bear Lake Valley to go without a good high school education. Among the younger generation it should be accounted a. disgrace to be uneducat ed. Sure progress roots in education. The h6pc of the west lies in the trained minds of its boys and girls. A catalogue of Fielding Academy was not at hand, but it was said that the school does not offer a course in agriculture 1 A school lying in the heart of an agricultural district where mining and manufacturing are almost unknown should make the study of agriculture obligatory. True educa tion is to train heart, hand and head so that the light of intelligent skill may be blazed into the duties of daily life. English, mathematics, science and the other fundamental studies . should be taught in order to make every day of later- life happier and more successful. For that reason they should be made to cluster about agriculture and mechanic arts and t around- dom...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

6 THE DISERST FARMER SATUIU3AY,, .October ,, xy. I International Harvester Company ; I "WELFARE WORK" BY THE I HARVESTER COMPANY. H The nerve centre of whatever lias 'o H do with welfare work at the McCor- H mick plant of the International Har- H vester Company is the club-house. It H stands in Blue Island Avenue, a long B and rather cheerless street that bi H sects the southwest industrial section. H The building is an attractive struc- H titrc of brick with high iron palings, H and with greensward and tennis courts H in the rear of it. Its actual title is B vested in one of the McCormicksV B and the Harvester Company holds it H on lease. 'It coSts a pretty penny, over H a huifdrcd thousand dollars, I am told. H Inside the place is tasteful. I have H sccn'plcnty of clubby clubs, with golf B links and garages, that weren't .13 H good. There is first-class oak wood- H work and 'good color; the appoint- B ments archill commendable. B An officcrin the company asked me B whit I thought'...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

iatubeY, octojubr 3, i. THE DESKRBT JARM3ER H country, all with different surround ings, different classes of employees, different local demands.; . "There are a good many live wires in t'his work," said! Miss Goss.'"Whcn a group of workmen think they would rather bring sandwiches, go get a pail of" beer and sit on the curbstone to cdt;they are apt to consider it inter ference if we send down the push-cart witlian electric coil and kct'lcs of hot oupand steaming coffee -at noon. But two months after we started 'in doing this m one plant, the SalOOll keepers came over and begged us to stop it, because it was driving them out of business. But we have ta bet ter' -and healthier workman, and the workman's wife has a steadier bus 's 1 band, with the, beer habit cut out. To r , ,. ..- I that" extent paternalism pays. I ' "1 i H , , "There has been too little education income places, too much in others education of the wrong kind; too much devotion to purely esthetic ai tempts, things tlia...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

H 8wjwwiMW ' . -. - -A T H li IJ ay K;R a T 7ARM aR ; Saturday, October 3f-..xjotA I Ff JDR I R Y I N Q ; H Jfhc Elgin Dairy, Salt Xakc City, H i&yl the highest markets price for H cream at all times -and gives absolutc- H y the correct test. We offer no B " premiums, for any farmer knows they H payfthc premium in the long run. Wc, H arc tloinfenhoncstV'lcgitimartc busi-., H ncss- andw'want your Scream. Schd H yputf cream in Red cans and wc will H send! you pay for all the crcamd H liy.ercd. H . J ELGIN -DAIRY CO. H improvingt:he dairy herd. ,11 - H PP by Prof. C. Larsen, Formerly H ofithe Utah Agricultural College. . ;;y.r ?. B Conditions arc rapidly approaching B when no farmer in South Dakota can H afford to keep a cow for her calf H alone. If one farmer niUk5lusACOv.$ H antt another docs not, but allows his B calves to suck... the. one who docs the M milking is going to be ahead to the B extent of the butter-fat with very lit- tic tadditional labor. m The amount of butter-fa...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

jstoURDAY, OCTOBER 3, n. fc THIS D E S S R JB T FARMER y i A lk 1 i . i u fi I U POISONING PRAIRIE DOGS ON -'NATIONAL FORESTS. 1 j Attempts mada last spring at pois oning prairie dogs- in National For . est on an extensive scale seem to hayc been; highly successful in ridding selected areas of these small pests, - andlplans arc now being miadc to car iwon the work much more widely next year. l-The first experiments in this" line were made in New Mexico by stock man who has since entered tlte For cstScrvacc. In 1901, Dr. C. 'Hart Mcrriam. Chief of the Division of Biological 'Survey of the Department 2 qi Agriculture, made a report upon 'jTliia Prairie Dog of the Great Plains," in which the damage done by the dogs was pointed out, and various methods of poisoning them were sug gested. This report of Dr. Mcrriam' may be said to have blazed, the way for practical work in prairie dog cx- termination. I ' Prairie doge arc very obnoxious to 1 tlje stockmen, for they devour much gross and u...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

I tfHfc PSjJ&IiT TARMXX, SATURDAY, O.GTOBKR 3, iSK. I -VETERINARY SCIENCE BH inqwriw Answered by Dr.- H. J. ! Frederick, State Agricultural ,: ' College. H' fr . Pleasant Grove. H Editor . Descret Farmer: Some- H time ago wc saw a receipt for bloat- H. - ejcaiUe in your paper, but failed ' to H iliotcjt 'down. "WiiH you kindly' for- H vardjvthe,, samc;4o us, ; I --, ,? .C.,B. WARNIGIC H H- Bloated Cow, (Tynpanities,) H - One of the best things to dbwlfcu H an animal is foundered isto insert a H large stick into'the mouth and' keep it there byktlic aid of a rope up over H the ilfotn's. ' Elevate the' front parts'" M and if- possible pass a piece of hoe Hj intotlic stomach. In this way wc H can usually 'get rid of the gas and rc- B licve'thc animal. There arc different H medicines used for stopping fermen- m t'alion " and in this way stopping the m gas formation. One pint ofn'coaV m oil 'mixedvith a pint of raw linseed M -oil has pqpyen Very effective given B as a drench' L? otic ...

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