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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

I Saturday, October saui THE DliSlKT 7AM1E ' -.JLim piH ENTOMOLOGY Edited by Prof. E. G. Titus, State Agricultural College. THE ALFALFA-LEAF WEEVIL. II. Remedies. No very satisfactory means of handling the insect has yet been dis covered. However, there are several means of holding it in check and of limiting the spread of the weevil. Dif ferent conditions will require different treatment. Burning over fields late in the fall before it is cold cnougli to cause the weevil to go into hibernation 'will kill a large number. In the spring, the alfalfa, should be cut as soon as the earliest larvae arc seen' and thus many eggs will be de stroyed and m!any larvae die from lack of food. V Scattering straw over small fields " early in the spring and burning them m , off will effectually care for many of the insects. Burning up the first crop by cutting early and 'scattering straw over it will be found of considerable value. The alfalfa quickly recovers and grows rapidly, having practically no...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

I 12 ?&& DESJfcE.T FARMER Saturday, October 3, xgos. m - ' Z. . I Taft or Bryan Which? j I . But there is no question about 1 I Incubators or Brooders I FOR I I "Mandy Lee" HAS WON j M mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmm H With the new models there is absolute- ly no GUESSWORK Heat, Moisture H and Ventilation, measured and regulat H . ed to a Scientific nicety & j I Porter -Walton Co. I Salt Lake City 1 1 !A,gents for Utah and Idaho T FREE CATALOG UPON REQUEST 1 H THE LEADING COMMERCIAL SCHOOL IN B I TH& STATE. FINE EQUIPMENT, ELEGANT I B K ROOMS AND GOOD TEACHERS. B I Wfc SECURE POSITIONS FOR ALL OUR m B GRADUATES. NO FAILURES. BM I SCHOOL ALL THE YEAR; NEW STUDENTS H M W CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME. WRITE FOR FULL K M fl INFORMATION. H I I BUSINESS COLLEGE I M m South West Temple St. B H H ii sSALT LAKE CITY UTAH 1 H SBBjSl . , - . - "" THE HOMB I Thii Dprtmtnt is Edited by WKm Hazel Love of the Africul- ttical College. MAXIMS FOR GOOD MEN. A'n East Orange, New Jer...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1908. THE DESERET UHMER lg HIS TOOTHPICKS. Mr. Corson, owner of the sawmill, had) his eye on every stick of timber in the county, and the owner of every poor little clump and grove had his eye on Mr. Corson and the rising prices of lumlber. I George Wales cut his thin -squad of pines, trimmed the logs, and piled them, in his front lot by the road. Then he waited for the. time when he should accidentally be visible on the place, and Mr. Corson should drive by. The encounter took place in due " time. Mr. Corson rattled; past in his wagon, took a sidelong look at the j pile of logs, and called, "Say, George, don't you know it ain't polite to throw your toothpicks 'round the front yard?" Youth's Companion. ) n 1 j SHE WAS PLAYING SAFE. ! 1 It was the first vaudeville perforin i ancc the old colored woman had ever seen, and she was particularly excited , .over the marvelous foats of the magi . cian. But when he covered a news- . paper with a heavy flannel cloth, and ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

I 14 THE DJGSKRKTrARMEIt M SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3.Jal 1 I I HORTICULTURE This Department is Edited by Pr,of. R St Northrop, A. C. U. I RAISING, PICKING AND PACK- ING THE CANTALOUPE.' ' C. F. Mcintosh, Springvillc, Utah. H Written for the Dcscrct Farmer. H I will give a few of my ideas about H the raising picking' and packing of H the cantaloupe, and of my own free H will congratulate Utah County upon H the production of a cantaloupe wilier? H for quality, all good points consid 1 crcd, is unsurpassed if equalled by m those grown at any other place, Rocky M Ford, Colorado, not excepted. J B I" believe that this is the first rcert M attempt to 'faisc the cantaloupe iti H commercial quantities in this district1, H and while the crop isnot large this H year and with in exceptionally -cold H and backward- spring to start with, H those who raised a.fcw melons should H be pleased toknow that their land and H climate along with their labor, will H produce melons so' highly flavored H and of so...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

I Saturday, October 3. . TEE D E S jfe E T f A R MB R ';?. ; --- 15 H I SUGfR- BEETS THE WORK OF GROWING BEET SEED. The question is occasionally asked, why cannot farmers raise their own sugar beet seed just as they do pota toes or wheat? Without directly answering the query a brief descrip tion of the process of raising beet seed may prove interesting. It is al most as much work to breed up a se lect strain of beet seed as it is to fos ter a given standard in coach horses . or other pedigreed stock arid it takes almost as. long to do it. As all beet V ! growers know, a beet is a biennial plant and is different in itSg habits from a radish, for instance, in making, seed. From a radish seed planted in the spring ripe sccdmay be taken the same year while .from a beet seed planted the same way no blossoms or seeds may be had until the next j year. In the meantime the grpwii Sheet must be dug and carried over winter in cellars or pits and set back into the field the next spring like a i...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 October 1908

H j r ' I Wh You 4tflfc I ' r "' JSCBiu make it I f Draw a Check- mTW V f '' iBjPHI You are the very H ' In otir,fay,or, you gcUs'omc- fcJIj&X ,J - I "-- M ,' 3jfK tising" IS aimed dl- H Wagoii, implement, ychicic, or Haniwsdu (T 1 Jtt & Jl iiUiKifi a ioke. We are ' i BBBBBa 0? & 1 1 1 I BH mrmf I e ft 1Bm YaC -BBBBhsA. vfT J B wiH sutcly be satisfied with youjrsc?' UW J ' 4jK?33fflKy making a bid fat i ! H 'Our tcigns for those dcsiruicrcdftar'c- suffi- cJK 1 ULOI! pfjjf y0lr business with . H cicntly clastic to cover -most any one's require- ' iiHkBlrWradkl""31 V i I ' -v J I 'IBP Have you sent ; H ments.. And -our priceswell you must know 'm (gj jn single Order? i they arc very low, or we would not grow, so rapidly. V re yQU going to?5f Be frank let US knOW the WOrst. 1 : t I. I H I I J H $ .1" v Leading Implement Dealers, Utah, Idaho, Nevada & Wyoming t H - T General Offices: Salt Lake City v- - - Utah 1 A ' H cV$k j ' w Branches: Ogdcn, Logan, Price - - - Utah 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. — 10 October 1908

B i tJM !, TY ttF UTAH . I ft &' '' fit. .CITY !OTilW i ' H HIHHNHNHHHHHHMMHHiliHHIIIIHHHfliiilHiiiHNHHIHMfliiiHiMINHN fll ! IBtABriEBnili . . I l DO YOU WANT A: FARM PAPER?. - I V I H H , i- 5 - 5 1 It will be' very easy to show how I ',!' '.ni'm fl Hi Te. ifv niuch .better it is to sell for cash than. ItO' ifJ M ' H il lWfeft " it isfto sell on the "Long Time Sys- )'K flff fUol , jH I f mHiH &ffiyfiy wi!1 scnd you somc othcr arm our" raty H I ij' VVvv (3 nV"Jn means take a farm paner. ' Va W '" ' ' ! 11 ' V0L. V- SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER jo, 1908. NO. X. jS H 4 yj , ' , jH -I ' m JD-j f - iflW

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

bbB 1 BBBBfl - - H -2 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, October I0) I9o8, 1 LH TTOT? 5ATF np tt?aqt? t?m,r If tllcrc s anything the matter with. H FOR SALE OR LEASE,Four your horses or stock use H IT r "Si uTtn f landtiD w- B- Cfiapma ' LINIMENT H EST HUn,y' UV?0fd gra2ln! F Man or Beast. If it does not H Imd, partly fenced. Fair house and Cure when all fails, don't pay H sheds. Address for it. Get your money back. H Utah implement -vehicle -mt all druggists H COMPANY, Wholesale by M Salt Lake City, Utah. W. A. NELDEN DRUG CO. 1 Salt Lake City. I Hlpr CLEAN GRAIN O H aDillWJil PRICE QUESTION H . JlK' iMErlE: not mnrct Vur R"!n undcaned. H iAbLHI mmSk ' Wi" rinR a tcttCr p"cc if Jt 'S thor" b H :m LET THE CL,pPER Dp THE W0RK H The "CLIPPER" cleaner and fanner is especially adapted to tl cleaning and M g rading of aH kinds of grain. If it can be cleaned the "CLIPPER" will do it. CLEANED GRAIN BRINGS BETTER PRICES jH Write for complete booklet and descriptive matter, telling of its many use...

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

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1908. ' T H IS DESBRET FARMER " 3 H "Leading Implement Dealers Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming. Main Offices Salt Lake, Utah H Copfidaled map & Wine Co. I Branches: Ogdcn, Logan, Price Utah Jos. F. Smith, President Melvin D. Wells, Scc.-Trcas. GEO. T ODELL Gen. Mer. H Branches: Idaho Falls, Montpclicr Idaho W. S. McCornick, Vicc-Prcst. Grant Hampton, Asst. Scc-Trcan. ' ' H " r value is as little appreciated, and in which so great an unnecessary loss occurs as in the form of manure. ' I The question of crop rotation, in- ! 1 1 eluding the relative value of various rotations, is a matter of .supreme im portance. It is the common practice in this state to "change the land." By "changing the land" is meant that corn is grown as long as possible and then the land is "changed" by growing a crop of oats or barley. Such a method may help to keep in check in sect pests, but is of practically no value for maintaining the fertility of the soil. Soil management, as regard...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

i , - THE DESKRET, FARMER .Saturday, October ,,,o8. THI DKSKRKT FAllMR (THAT BIG FARM PA'PER.) M Combined With "Rocky Mountain H Farming." m Established ... .....'. 1904. i 3 H Official Organ of the V H Utah State Poultry Association, -H Utah Horticultural Society. M Utah State Dairymen's Association. M Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protoc ol tivc and Commercial Association. m Utah Arid Farming Association. M Issued icvcry Saturday by the Des- 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 Postofficc at Salt Lake City, Utah. H Subscription price $1.00 per year (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. H The publishers must be notified in H writing, at time of expiration, when discontinuance of subscription h dc- sired, and all arrears must be paid. H Advertising rates made known upon H anplication. The right is reserved to H reject questionable advert...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

SATURDAY, OCTOBERio, jf9 . ..XH.E. -DESK LEXllA R M M s . .-.. 6 H WM WWM WWWW DlWWWiWII I in done in the valley for it is justfbe Vond pioneer conditions, but judging from the past, it will ibe done, 'ah'd done quickly -and well, and in ac cordance with the directions of mod ern science. n FOR THE BEEKEEPER. Editor Descrct Farmer: Please answer through the columns of the "Farmer" the following questions: i. Describe the best general man agement of bees for profit. 2. Kindly give mc your best meth od to prevent robbing. A SUBSCRIBER. Answered by Mr. E. S. Lovesy, Pres. Utah State Beekeepers' Assn. i. This is a comrchcnsivc question to go into detail, at this season of the year. However, I would advise you, if you have not already robbed your bees down close, don't do it, but leave them plenty of honey for the winter I and some for spring. Before very cold weather sets in, fix them up for the winter, ibut be sure to give them plcpty of ventilation to keep them dry. (They must be kept...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

I THI DOIRII TAKMIR SATURDAY, OCTOBER ,,, I9o. 1 ITOWER'S FISH BRAND WATERPROOF l OILED CLOTHING, H looks better -wears kn9er-YJ and gives more trslX JJ bodrfy comfort rrf M because cur on JiyM large patterns, yet AJ?" fv costs no more than tkT x the just os oxodJklfdsov SUIIS1389SUtKER$13??k SOLD EVERYWHERE SBf- V EvfrormenJ rffjWEjfa ,JW V ii9aofihfuh 5ppat 7feL5 H ufonei yUM-id i---" ' A J TOWCB CO BOSTON U 4 A TQwfO CAAQ'AN CO tlW'TCO TOQOMtQ CAN BBS I FOR SALE I Boiwtll Winter Oati. I Bttvwell Winter Barley. I Write for particular! I STEPHEN BOSWELL I 5EPHI . UTAH I THE HONEY-SAVING FENCE I tbo ono buii. LouKlit at tho right price, k( voyou tlio EH-mmfmS I lt MfrVll'C, Ift.t till! loHtf L t L, C4t, cause you no trouli u. .-IJ4 N!TM. FKLB AM m 4-444 HM FEME BBJ . Wi-XJ-j In Jimt tlmt kind llmle of rtT j g'"l'Mf; III H y. M tllIO WlfT. UN III- p -i - ,,,rr.i m.ii! u roiniwrnblolockclON)imiii, H . KH DlrOtlK KM It hlOIIO Ml. BVJ BINfiFKM UHMANF.1"" Hy fciipo until on H IVMrUin I l...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 19&C, T'H D E:S E & BT TARMKR T time,- cspcciallx when not, eating. nbling and-windsufcking arc otiicf vices which should be carefully looked for.' -kicking ill the stall, and'erowd- ing an attendant against the stall arc 4&s. 'Some'.horscs'Miavc the bad habifrof kicking at, the sid of the itiil.C 'Persistant pavViVg is also to be (dolled forf'i The horse should? be madctd "stand over" by gentle pres sure 'against the hip, when he will fre quently show signs of chorea, or s'tnng-halt.; A' common symptom of this .disease is the apparent inability iJFlhc horse to lift the foot of the af . fctcd hind) icg, the foot. is seemingly glued fast to the floor. After a con siderable effort, the 'horse gets the footloose, lifts it high' and .moves ovcr'with a kind of, straddling hop. TJjc&c, symptoms are not shown when tli'elib'rsc is? made to jump suddenly by ihaut of a whip or slap of the hanjl; therefore such actions about a ho'rsc' should be looked upon...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

ISJPJ I -8 - ' - - - T H 3E D B S B R E T r A R M J R Saturday, October i, I9o8. ; I t DAIRYING BREEDING AND FEEDING FOR f THE DAIRY TYPE. H (fExccrpts from an address by W. F. McSparran, Furniss, Pa., before the H Vermont Dairymen's Association.) H jOf -course we, do not .know, but wc. H can, easily, imagine that improvement H of breed was begun by man taking the cow and learning (some men have H not learned it yet) that she gave more milk when she had more feed. Then H no doubt her daughter, under the in H flitencc of a quieter life and fuller feeding, was a milking improvement upon the mother; and 50111c daugh H tcrs more of improvement than oth H crs. The majestic "head of the herd" of course, severed domesticity and H spurned it, and maintained his wild H dominion on the hills, till some suc- ccssor grew robust enough to depose H him. Wc do not know to what extent these pioneer 'breeders practiced in- breeding, but we can imagine they followed it, under their methods, too close...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

1 SATURDAY, OCTOBER i0 1908. T HJ-D ES E B E ft A-R M E R- , .r,,,,, ypjgg I I cows arc hrce: From the food she 1 cats she must maintain her physical 1 wcllbeing; nourish and, develop her i unborn; and generally furnish milk I for her master. What la wonderful creature is the good cow. ut assuming that the calf has been bred right and has been strongly iborn, it then passes into the hands of the breeder to carry on the work. "All flesh is grass," it has been writ ten. After being well-born all the calf-hcifcr-cow needs is care and feed. At this stage oomes in the necessity of wisdom and "patience. All" good looking calves do not make ; good cows. Dairy progress is not bc- fl wildcringly rapid and often the way of the progrcssor is hard. I It is supposed this calf carries the dairy type inheritance from its sire. In the sire, the type was established and encouraged, largely by environ ment and feed, and these two forces must be operative in encouraging a proper development of the dai...

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

10 , t Si j t S A k t T jr A. Jt M X R Saturday, October io, 1908. I I POULTRY B APPLIED LAWS OF BREEDING. I Bj Growth is a biological characteris es tic habitually displayed by plants and M animals and is effected by integrat- sng with the individual, units like m those of which it is built up, leaving m behind the unlike units. Growth is H a concomitant of evolution and is an M important factor in breeding to stan H dard requirements. Growth will us H ually depend largely upon the abund H ance of nutriment which the powers B of the bird cnablc.it to appropriate. H If the necessary food elements art H lacking, an inferior growth will re H suit. Fertility of the eggs and vigor of the progeny arc largely dependant upon the vigor cf the parentage and may not be expected from a stunted progenitor. Experienced breeders are well aware of this fact, hence their anxiety to keep the youngsters grow ing, pushing them incessantly until a full sized vigorous growth has been attained. Here agai...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10,1908. THIS DSSKRST liKHIK 11 H infinitely shorter space of time by substituting artificial selection. As an illustration of what may be accom plished along these lines, Cochin and Langshan breeders of ten have diffi culty in getting combs with live even serrations. This has been and may be accomplished as follows: When the chicks have sufficiently developed combs to enable one to count the ser rations, with a sharp pair of shears, trim the combs neatly, cutting the rear of the blade to correct shape and 'trimming out unnecessary serrations. When making up the breeding pens the following year, select from those of best type, the young birds with most nearly perfect combs.. It is surprising how the trimmed combs will dcvclopc, if cut early and prop- crly, and by thus trimming and by 1 constant care in selecting each year, in a very few generations, a consid erable number of youngsters will be hatched with combs so nearly perfect that trimming will be unnecessary. ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

12 THE DESKR'E'T FARMIR sakday; October Jo 190. 9 I ENTERPRISE H "Enterprise" Mcntnml rood Choppers cut tho meat PlMR 2fM.lt- H m x wlt,t R raVulvlntr stool kulfo nsnlimt a perforated J7 Prlr H WlflJlX "tool cuttlnjc Plato without tcarliuc or crushing. jUBSgmArii t.So H Easily cleaned rmctlcally unbreakable, aBEyS "hMmfo I" H and will hut for years. . MWiPWjSSSZmirfir r M AflCl Tho No C "nntorprbo" Chopper ElfffllPwT I H costs only II. 75. No, 10. shown In .SHffiuEl MuL II H a m cut, $2.00. Tliey aro standard family 3BHr9bsjKi H POOCl sizes, and iiotonlyFnvolmirtho work lKfiHpgSHij H nt butchering tlmo, but nrouicftil In 'T.Lj.JI If H tho kitchen o very day lit tho year. riFmT 1 1 M CnODDSf Mario In Quires and styles for Hand, Steam niid Elec- JMJ EaSfe H wiiwrwi irlo Power. Wo also mnko cheaper Food Choppers, but WGy W&P H rocommond tho Abovo for tho reasons itlvon. Illustrated "k ,, H cAtlog free, Bold at Hardware and Ocnoral Stores, etc. CBk I ENTERPRISE H - Lessons tho labor...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

tB Mki SATURDAY, OCTOBER o, I9o8. THE DESERE.T FARMER i B fl n-nimous with the words "work-pro- jS during" or "ambitious." The quality S mcessary to the wife of a clever man B is the essential feminine cleverness of fl tact and ihtution the subtle worn- fl ins gift that can stimulate without (I irritating, can comprehend without fl questioning, and under all circum- S stances can or appears to subordi- 9 natc her own interests, her own pcr- B sonality, to the more vivid, dominat- B i"K masculine qualities of her hus- fl band. 'I UNEXPECTED aLIy; ! Truth was at the bottom of her ' well, but the Cost of Print Paper, by S shouting very loud, made her hear. "I'm going to help you!" declared 1 the Cost of Print Paper. 1 Of course Truth hurried right up, tlic way things were going she was mighty glad to be helped. "Easy enough I" the Cost of Prim Paper went on in -a breezy, confident way. "I'm making it so the newspap- i trs would rather take the trouble to I get things right in the first...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

; JA rrv- . THE .DBSllR'M- FRfoR - .Saturday, October, gory. g I 1 SUGRR BEETS H PROBLEMS OF BEET CULTURE I HARVESTING. H , . - H By Jegse H. Buffuni in Beet Sugar H - Gazette. m Unquestionably the harvesting of H, his crop is to the beet grower the ' most attractive operation of the sca bs' son, for he deals then with definite m results of his year's work. Soon the B reward of his toil will come in the 1 form of the sugar company's check, M which is always forthcoming; and B therein lies one of the chief features m of attractiveness in, the sugar beet ;n 1 dustry the dependable market -and H unvarying pay. B Disappointing and inexplicable as it H surely is, the fact is obvious that no m advancement whatever has been made m In this department of field work, and M wc arc no farther along today than M when the industry was first intro H duccd into this country. In this, as M in many other practices of beet cul M turc and sugar making, we borrowed M from Europe, yet in almost every m o...

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