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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

Saturday, juey i8,i rog-fts T 5H 5JB K D E SE R E T JtFJMft JEgM&fo 3 2' 5 M for $18,000,000. For this amount, I am informed by competent engineers and road builders, we- can construct 3,000 miles of the very best macadam ized road known. This road would give us the system of highways re ferred to and would forever settle the question of good roads in California. Inasmuch as the particular counties through which this highway would pass would receive the greatest bene 1 fit, I would suggest that the law be so drawn that the principal .be paid by the state and that each county pay interest on the amount of money acr- J natty invcsted in constructing the highway within tits Boundaries, until the bonded debt has been paid. Each county, after the road has been con structed, should keep it in proper re pair, and in order that such repairs should not be neglected they should bo under the supervision of the state highway commission. Our slate is a wealthy one. It is practically out of d...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

B 5 ' THI DESBRKT f ARMEK Saturday, july j s , ' 1 9 os . B Warranted tm 9hrm Mm4lmfmmlfm, H ' Gomhnulfm Caustic Balsam B Km ivttttors Bit N0 Conpitilirs. B 4. fete, f pdy and Positive Ouro for H ferk, Mia, twwajy Gap Xoek, H Watlaia Tm4hi, reUHdtr, WJni H , aa all liifMi frm Tia, H Biagtiai m4 afer kaar toasft. H ferna all aM4baaar raraaHaa, H Tfcraak, MfXtkerk. Xenoraa all ! laaahaa tnm Kama r CaMl. H WxwM4 rtfcarWw M.M ' r-' " Pj "lTfHjl STreeta? for H; 1M Uwrt-Wltllims CtCUvefiMl, 0, I ' Hfv DtSlGNB H Anyone tending a aketch and deaerhitkm way H atilakly ascertain our opinion frea whether an m jHTantlon la probably patentable, Communlm. M ttofMHrlottyeoii0dn(fal. HANOMOK on t'ateuta H tent free. Uldeet apenoy for eecrTnjrtet. m lVUenta take tbrouaH Munu Go. nm(h H tpKtet node, without cbarxe, la the Scientific American, H A handsomely llluntralad weekly. 7reat olr. B cutatlott of any lalentltio Journal. Terme, S3 a M yArt four montbe, $L Bold by all newedealera. j NUHN Co.MI'. N...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

SATURDAY, JUjBY. f 8i.ii g'dw THE MDE;E JBf E $ -F ARMfi K 7 H enough in bone, muscle, size, style and soundness. As intimated in a previous article we can always grow this type of horse cheaper than they can be grown in the old world and hence can always find a profitable market. Our grass is -cheaper, our grain is cheaper, the brood marc is cheaper. All that is needed is careful breeding, careful and generous feed ing and skill in handling. Undoubtedly the automobile will to I some extent take the place of the horse for light harness work. It is a utility for the doctor, the real estate man, and some other classes, and its practical use will gradually be extend c.d. At 'present, however, it is mainly a fad of the rich man and the man who would like to be considered rich; and even the rich who arc, able to hire a chauffeur and stand- the expense of keeping up the machine will after a while have his stylish heavy harness or coach horse. We do not, however, sec any place for the hors...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

U ' T H 15 t JdJL S R T . E AOt M E R . Saturday, july ii $3.4K I BTb f I R Y 1 N G I H a! good way for farmers H TO START a bank B ACCOUNT! H Get a lot of good cows and a hand H; separator. Write to the ELGIN B DAIRY, Salt Lake City and they will Hi send you some ELGIN RED CANS. H' Fill the cans with cream; ship to the H' ELGIN. Keep on sending every H; week; then on the 10th of the follow K tag month the ELGIN will send you Hj pay for all the cream you delivered H the previous month; then start your H bank account, but keep on shipping H crisam as long as you have any use H for money! M MILKING MACHINES. flic milking machine is being test by the various stations for the h purpose of determining its practica- Hl bility on the farm. The Montana stn- H' tidn has been making a special test, H andi has recently issued a preliminary H report covering the following points: H TJltat the milking machine is not H )ractical on a small dairy farm with H ten or twelve cows, unless the farmer H...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

ISAURDAY, JULY is, iqoSi THE DESERET JARME4R LL 1 FOR SALE. Two Pure-brcd Hol stein Bulls, one four months old, the other about a year and a half. For further particulars write, NELSON BROTHERS. ' Richmond, Utah. was hoId in the tabernacle at which some splendid addresses were given. Mr. T. C. Winn, President of the . Ncphi Commercial Club, welcomed the visitors, and in the course of his remarks, referred to the pride the people of that community Ivad in their dry farming enterprises. Gov. John C. Cutler made a- very happy ad dress in which he took 'occasion to emphasize the importance of agricu1 tural pursuits. The Governor struck the key note of the situation in this state when he said that "There was no need for young men to leave our borders to acquire a good farm." He urged especially the importance of more" thorough cultivation of our ir rigated lands, and) better selection of crops for the irrigated lands, .and the reclamation of our less valuable arid land. The Governor also...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

I 10 TIE DESERETaJAR MtJER. Saturday, juiiYL i 8 1 9 o 8 . I POULTRY I REVERSIQNAL HEREDITY. I 4 C. S. Gorline. t I Written for 'the "Dcscrct Farmer?, " T J There is a lr.w of transmission ipv I breeding that is hardly considered worthy of serious consideration by many skillfull breeders and yet it has I often eauscu no end of bother to the map who is endeavoring to reproduce certain characteristics less certain pc j culiaritics. For instance, in one case I we knew a breeder of Brown Lcg Ij horns who had taken great care in Hi double mating to produce a. line of H standard excellence and had succccd H cd in obtaining the desired color, but b his birds were faulty in comb. This I, was before the standard was changed I and although six points in the comb Ij were adui!ssablc our friend admired I and preferred but five and sought to I; accomplish that end. In time he pro Hi duccd a fine cockerel with the desired H five point comb and he resolved to If fix that peculiarity in all succeed...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

SATURDAY, JULY i8,- icT68 TBE' DE SERET' f ARMl K u. '.", , M I easy to sift the powder over the sitt ing hen. Take of insect powder one part, air slacked lime one part and sifted ashes one part and mix, and wc doubt if anything better may be found. Ordinarily painting the roosts with coal oil once or twice a month applied with a whitewash brush will suffice. For mites, spray the -roosls and sides of the roosting quarters with a strong solution of salt and water brine will quickly rid the premises of these pests. Fumigating with sulphur and red pepper will ef fect the desired result in extreme cases. Kindle a fire in an iron kettle or on the floor, if there is room with out setting fire to the building. When the blaze is strong, throw over it a cup full of sulphur and red pepper, then throw over the fire a damp gun ny sack, back out quickly and close the door. If the building is tight, the fumes In an hour or so will kill ani mal life in the building. One of the very best lice and m...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

I la '- T'HE DESBR'ET FARMER SATURDAY, JULY .8, 1968. H Of all the people in tbt B world who M Ought Nat f H H be without a "Bell" B Telephone I It is the Farmer 1 B ' There are time when a Hie-jk H phone it so much needed, that H being without it mifht almost M be clawed m criminal rl-M H gence. m H Whatever the emergency may ' B be, if a telephone is at hand, aid ' B can be summoned instantly. B Oftimes the minute thus , sbbm W saved mark the dividing line beV tween loss of life and property, and its preservation. t M Is your household prepared H for cmergenciee Have you a, H BELL telephone? H 1 Get a "BelT now Don't pro-. H , crastinatt and regret K Everybody everywhere rings, ! , THIS Bell. I . Rocky Monatafe Ml ; Tritphon Co. I BiSiSBaMSMniSllSlMiWBTTWSSSSSSl! BBSS!1 BBBBBBBBsl I ffrBrfffin AbbBMSBSmMIJ W I H THE SCENIC LINE M Connecting at Ogden Union B Depot with all SOUTHERN PACIFIC AND OREGON SHORT LINE TRAINS. m The Only Transcontinental H Line Passing Directly M Through S...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

Saturday, JUDY i8t 18, THE DESER3ST FA'RMER ' . . & M mings, who yas at that time a sub editor on the Tribune, of which Gree ley was owner and editor-in-chief. The interview took place in the par B lor. Cummings kept his hat in his hand until he was inside the room; then, dropping it on the table, he and Ins chief sat down opposite each o,th cr, and were soon -deep in constilta tion. T In the midst of their conversation Mrs. Greeley walked briskly into the rdoin,- smiled pleasantly at Mr. fG's caller, and then her facial thcrmom ctcr suddenly dropped to thirty lclow zero as she caught sight of the hat on the "table. For the fraction of a sec- J ond she allowed her gaze to rest up- , on the offending headgear, and then stepping quickly over to the table she caught up the hat and flungit out Qf the open window into the yard. ' ("Why, Mother, you mustn't 'do1 i thai!" exclaimed Mr. Greeley. "What ' will Amos think?" i p j 'Well, then, keep your hat off the table!" was the tart repl...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

H U " THJB DflSB'RflEfl Ffcift M-.fiift? Saturday, July vs , 1908. B j HORTICULTURE M ORCHARD FERTILITY. H Prof. Wendell Paddock. H How to keep up the fertility of or- H chard lands is a problem which out H orchardists arc beginning to consider H more and morq. Not that there is yet H n crying need for fertilizers, but it H must be apparent to all thinking men H that the enormous drain on fertility H cannot be continued indefinitely. For- H tunatcly commercial fertilizers arc M out of reach on account of high prices. H Barnyard manure is no very big item H in the orchard districts, but fortunate-, m ly green manures arc within the m reach of oil. H Clean cultivation of orchards is all m right within certain limits, but in too m many sections of Colorado this prac- B ticc has certainly been carried too far. H All Colorado soils arc lacking in or- H ganic matter, and if it is added by H plowing' under, stubble, green crop3, H or manure, it docs not last for any H great length of time....

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

SATURDAY, JULY, 18, 1908 THIS DESERET FARMER - 15 H an experience that will admirably fit him for the responsibilities for his navv position. It is also announced that Mr. A. J. Colt, who cannc (o Salt Lake City about one year ago, taking charge of the business when it was very 'badly involved, and who has been so -eminently successful in establishing the business on a firm foundation, wil' continue his duties as secretary and treasurer. While Mr. Colt is not so well known to the people of the state, yet his success of the past year is sufficient assurance of his ability. Among his friends he is generally recognized as a strong, capable busi ncss man. He will devote all of his lime to the financial management of the business. On the Board of Directorate arc found the names of men who have n high standing in the business life of Utah, and the farmers of the state will have no hesitancy in dealing with men of this standing. The Board of Directors consist of W. S. McCor nick, M. S. Bro...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 18 July 1908

Hi Jar' " ' ' ;T'HE D 'ESS-SET fARMER Saturday, jittvj is, 1908. j ' , , : ' v : : : i 1 fe ll ,., 1 i I ALWAYS SELECT THE BEST OSBORNE J I BINDERS 1 ; I ttltAlltcKd MOWERS I LEAD ALL OTHER MAKES j J I For Simplicity and Lightness of Draft. I I Any Farmer's Boy can Understand and I I Operate them. Price and terms are right. I I OTAH IMLPEMENT-VEHICLE CO. I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I I Binding Twine Oil -- Repairs I

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

bbm I i- W C5i roylance I U OF U I I t S L C I lpki WF"A "Bi "'"'I 'W MPWm BPBBWBi 1A I '.(& I H lli'nirirDJrr-Pil I L f tfs' bV VV M y IT J yH SIJv'-": 17 m I $: ML& MLmm T-r JKLmm JmAtr MLmm ML tp ;''':v-1 I f I feJ 4 merce and Mechanic Arts'. m" 1 W AV( Mil I I i," VOL- IV- SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 25, 1908. NO. LI. H i DRY FARMING I BBS

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

I 2 IHfi DESERfil FARMER gATURbAY, juLV 35, 1908- I 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- H ductivc. We list a full line of thc 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 AND RAKES. 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 SIZES. THE 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 DEMO...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

I H 1 SATURDAY, JULY 25, irToB. Till ' ff Jfflf ffjft ItM' F Ag M JE'JT '. I Immmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Witetf j? Thc F a m u s WM PLYMOUTH w&M$W R E D T A G lMWmP twine 'MtWP?' Thc bcst twinc fflSSfiffffiPw evcr madevid IHM thi and thick JffilR Iw knotty places, Jlflr r W cvenly twisted; ifwWrm sCr farthcr pcr afflPJjL,3SSf pound than any rT-'- othxr make j out the flour that is shipped in from Kansas and other eastern points which will not only he a henefit to in but to the fanners in this section. Wc cannot name you a price on this wheat at present but will furnish it to you at actual cost to us, and if you docidc to sow any of this seed this full kindly advise us, as this is strict ly a fall wheat. The earlier sown thc better. v THE BINDER OR THE HEADER. E. E. Joyncr. . I dm surprised that thc peoplp of Colorado do not employ mord head era in cutting their groin crops. 1 have tried both heading and bindiiv. wheat and find thc odds all in favor of the header. Seven men a...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

I 4 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, july 25, 1908. If THE DESERET FARMER II (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) I Combined With "Rocky Mountain I Farming." I Established 1904. I Official Organ of the I Utah State Poultry Association. II Utah Horticultural Society. I! Utah State Dairymen's Association. ' Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. I; Bear River Valley Farmers Protec- tivc and Commercial Association. I' Utah Arid Farming Association. Hi l Issued every Saturday by the Dcs- crct Farmer Pub. Co., Salt Lake Sc- I curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake I City, Utah. Entered as second class matter Dec. ! 27, 1905, at the PostofTicc at Salt I I Lake City, Utah. I All communications, whether relat- ing to subscriptions, advertising or I containing matter for publication I should be addressed to "The Dcscrct I Farmer," Salt Lake Security & Trust Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. I ft inscription price $1.00 per year Hi (Strictly in Advance.) l Advertising rates made known upon I application. The r...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

SATURDAY, JULY 25, io8. THE DESERET FARMER 5 I 3 J Iron Clad Hubs; Bent and I I j in gdi-,-1 6la Double Rivited Felloes; Out- I : RJfjlfeSTK er Bearings; Strongest and , I ' ' SiSS'SBW Lightest Running Wagon in I Cut down expenses and add to S?HSS2jyBpS3 f I ; your profit by handling your fruit wSlw xKSI- f I in one of our Orchard Wagons. Spr 1 I OUR ORCHARD WAGON J I BURTON IMPLEMENT COMPANY I I 'v m WE WILL TREA.T YOU RIGHT In correspondence and dealings, mention the "Descret Farmer.' OGrDEN, UTAH C I ', the atmosphere. We cannot too , heartily commend the practice of ' growing cover crops in orchards and plowing it under along in September V or early October. tW n i;fy CONCERNING YOU AND BUL- LETINS. rS t r t 1 1 I - V 1-n Logan, Utah, in the County of "' Cache and! situated on a beautiful hill , that overlooks the entire valley, is ithc Experiment Station of the Ag ricultural College of Utah. We give you this information with the idea in view- of having you v:sit the place if yo...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

0 THE DESJERET FARMER Saturday, july s$, 1908. ; THE BEST LINIMENT H OR PAIN KILLER FOR THE HUMAN BODY I gm Gombault's h I Caustic Balsam IT HAS MO EQUAL H For fn A'i'ni Ino Perfoolly Safo iH htftliuc lf r kit 1 4 nnH ' lUB Wound!, r.i m Rollablo Romody BBb kttortof Lner$ Do li I SSiSfS&'S'S Soro Throat Body r i?;.:1..'!' Chost Co,d H : Baokacho H ve would siy to all Neuralgia "SSSf who buy II Hut It does - . 1 not contain a particle Sprains of poisonous substance Qtcntne M and therefore no harm axrainsi H can result frim Its ex- Lumbago B tsrnaluse Persistent, .. , .. , h thorouoh use wi'l cure Diphtheria n,Id,nB.Cch3r0K Soro Lungs 1 used on any case thai Rhoumatism H requires in outward nntl M JPPlicilion with ., c .V, -iM-M perfect safety. all Stilt Joints m REMOVES THE SORENESS- STilEKOTIIEHS MUSCLES H Corn Mil T n I. ui Onuitlo Dlim did iBSSSl tny iiunkl tin mi ixht tlun jooo iM in iH doctor ib Hi OTTO A lit UK SH 1' "1 00 rtrbotlU KoM b iniUl,or nut H The LAWRLNCC-VVILLIAM...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

' SATURDAY, JULY 25,. 1908.. THE riESERET FARMER 7 I I GINGER AND DON BREAK INTO 1 FAST COMPANY. j .' Ginger and Don, together with a -f&it string of colts sired by Allocn, MWfc last wuek for Fremont, Nebraska, where they will bo entered in the rpces in progress there. Ginger and Don are the two horses who have oen occupying the limelight in rac- . , ing circles in our State the last few ymrs. The former was -owned by Colonel C. E. Loose of Provo, the letter by McCoy of Salt Lake. Last ff ' iiPr they met in Provo to decide the ' ' .superiority and when the shouting 'Cr xW McCoy's horse surrendered the . hnnHMomhip of the State to his rival although lue forced the Provo animal ilKjL to break the Stale recoid for the half ' . mile to win.- Later Ginger was raced at Phoenix, Arizona and was beatoii by Queen Potnora, owned by Tliomr son of Snlt Lake. When we consider '" that Ginger nmde the marc do ll the . " ' . hunts under 2:8, and that she nosed . . ' him out at the wire in one 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. — 25 July 1908

I THE DJSERET FARMER Saturday, JULY 25, 1908. I , DAIRYING H FEEDING THE DAIRY COW. B Our present knowledge of feeding H can be boiled down into the follow- H ing maxims: H The more food the cow can be in H ducrd to cat, the more milk she will H produce. Cows do not usually eon' H sume more food that they can prop yl erly digest. The ration, therefore H should be made as palatable a$ poc H siblc in ordor to induce (ire cow to H oat large quttatftics. H The larger the amount of protein H in the ration, the larger the milk flow. H Protein in the ration is essential to H the production of the milk. H The less energy required to digest H the ration, the larger the milk flow. H The richer the ration, the richer the H manure The- dairy farmer must Joelt H here for a large part of Jiis profit. H No two cows can be fed' alike, l$ah H must be studied difforeitly. Increase , H the protein in the nation and watch H' the milk flow. Professor C. L. H Bench. m SHIR YOUR CREAM IN BLUE M TOP CANS. ...

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