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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

SATURi;octOBER.iof 1908. ..TBI D E S 3BSeJT, .rF A R M E R . . . . . . . ,! 1& H instances. The beets arc then thrown into piles, after which they arc topped by use of a heavy knife, wielded in one hand while the beet is held in the other. It is often to be noticed that more than one stroke is required to sever the crown of the beet from its root in an acceptable manner. Fail ure to do this means a frightful low ering of purity, which develops all too plainly in the juices in the factory. After topping, the beets arc left con venient to the wagon, and the tops arc likewise disposed of economically. ilt generally costs two dollars per acre to plow the ibects out, and six dollars is the cost of topping, making this the most expensive of any single operation of the season. The very crudity of the present method is all the argument necessary for the im provement that is so urgent and so eagerly longed for. It would be grass ignorance to hold tbat this need has- not been "'realized. ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 October 1908

W ,n- W H ' w" 1 1 10 v THE DXSEJEtETFARM-ER. Saturday, October io, iqo. I - t f T 4i ' " i r I H00S1ER DRILLS I HUNKER PRESSURE WHIEL1 I DISC PRESSURE WHEEL PLAIN DISC I PLAIH DISC with GANG- WHEEL ATTACHED 1 , SHOE DRILLS PIN HOE DRILLS 1 H We havt any of the above stylet a I MILLER-CAHOON CO J H Pioneer Implement Dealers I I L. C. MILLR, Gm'l Myr, I MURRAY, UTAH 1 . H . AND SEE WHAT Sj SISSSb I : IDAHO IHVITESYOU : 'SfiSJS . r. ( CT uvEsroacO 1 to share n. an irrigation , - Zl & P 1 skate; the Uest watered state KJ jS in the Union. 0 H e.yawlcok Mi ; HOMES FOR THOUI- I 1 ffiOSm H ; ANDS OF SETTLERS i fej JtWfegAl GOOD LAND 1 GOOD WATER ' . With. Tt GOOD CLIMATE w,m '" good people DESERET FARMER H Go to the Golden West . l 'For Oat Yr H i - For Rates and Descriptive I $5?7 B Literature, Address - ' D. E. BURLEY, G. P. A'. Th rjIr pric thfe wrk D. S. SPENCER, A.G.P.A. ; u $4.50, but with piJ r- ! m nDChnU CUnDT liyr rangmnwithihPuMlhr W UnnUUn onUnl LIHt w r bl to ff.r it tothr...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

. "' ",.. fht,etTY.ptiMifo ' J A '-' tf:l ,Uf l. lk-Jr ,Lf JbW Jbrif JHL !:'? I MM I ifi-wlTX Wk IkJI WT 'BmVOISI 1 1 V I : Br FARrlEBrHl i , I i II XS, I DTl DO. YOU .ANT A FARM PAPER? I ) I ft ' I fsr. 8 t'V.r ft will be very easy to show how ''jft ',i lm I K I -fci 2 T il much tetter it is to sell for cash than hi iW WW I B 1 & I itr i9to scl1 on the 'ILon Tinw sy- I l's- & f(W 1 VOL, V. t SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 17, 1908, NO- ?I: H , l ! , . t it jH

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

I 2 THE DESERET FARMER SATURDAY, OCTOBER ,7, 1908. I FOR SALE OR LEASE, Four H hundred and sixty acres of land in H Emery County, Utah Good grazing land, partly fenced. Fair house and H sheds. Address UTAH IMPLEMENT - VEHICLE COMPANY, B Salt Lake City, Utah. If there is' anything the matter with your horses or stock use W, B. Chapmai.'s LINIMENT For Man or Beast. If it does not Cure when all fails, don't pay for it. Get your money back. AT ALL DRUGGISTS Wholesale by W. A. NELDEN DRUG CO. Salt Lake City. I IffrfCIIAN GRAIN Ol I EmISUJ price question r li ISI'lv jjjjT. Do not market your grj in unclcancc. f I H M I rSJ It will bring abetter price if it is thor- I H 5HH'jB4;oughly cleaned and graded. J I -1 LET THE CLIPPER DO THE WORK H The "CLIPPER" cleaner and fanner is especially adapted to the cleaning and grading of all kinds of grain. If it can be cleaned the "CLIPPER" will do it. I CLEANED GRAIN BRINGS BETTER PRICES H Write for complete booklet and descriptive matter, telling of...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

I SATURDAY, OCTOBER i?, 1908. THE DISS ERE T F A R M E R . 3" I 9jmmmm&mmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmm M "Leading Implement Dealers," Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming. Main Offices Salt Lake, Utah GoRsolidaled LUagon & Hue Co. I Branches: Ogdcn, Logan, Price Utah Jos. F. Smith, President Mclvin D. Wells, Scc.-Trcas. GEO. T. ODELL Gen. Mgr. Branches: Idaho Falls, Montpclicr Idaho W. S. MeCornick, Vicc-Prcst. Grant Hampton, Asst. Scc-Trcac. ' ' H of noxious weeds in their respective districts?" If answered by the ma- j jprity of the voters present in the af- 1 firmativc the chairman of such town t shall appoint such superintendent or j superintendents as commissioners of I noxious weeds, and no others;, but if such question shall not receive a ma jority of such votes the chairman shall appoint a commissioner as hereinbe fore provided. Districts. If more than one com missioner is appointed under the first method the town, city or village shall be divided into di...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

I H 4 ,T.HE DESERE-Tn, FARMER SATURDAY, . OCTOBER i7, 1908. ThF'dESERBT FARMER (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) B Combined With "Rocky Mountain B Farming.' B Established 1904, ' B Official Organ of the. t B Utah State Poultry Association. ', B Utah Horticultural Society. B Utah State Dairymen's Association. B Utah State Bee Keepers' Association: B Bear River Valley Farmers Protcc- B tivc and Commercial Association. B ' Utah Arid Farming Association. B Issued -every Saturday by, the Des- B crct Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc- M curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake M City, Utah. '. B Entered as second class matter Dcc. B 27, 1905, at the PostofTicc at Salt Lake H City, Utah. B Subscription price $t.oo per year fl (Strictly in Advance.) B Discontinuances. B The publishers must be notified in B writing, at time of expiration, when B discontinuance of subscription is de- B sired, and all arrears must be paid. H Advertising rates made known upon B I anplication. The right is reserved to B J reject ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

- I j Saturday, October I7( I9os. THE D E SE R ET- F AR M'e'r - B I PRIZE, WINNERS AWARDS AT UTAH STATE FAIR OCT. 5-10, 1908. 1 1 The Utah State Fair for 1908 has passed into history as being by far , the best in its history. It lias estab lished a new record both in attend ance and in the quantity and quality of exhibits. The products of the field r and garden as well as the exhibit of livestock in all departments surprised even the most optimistic by its strength arid quality. The visitors were intelligent and appreciative and the whole affair was a fitting tribute to Utah's rank as the leading agricul tural state of the inter-mountain coun try. Mr. D. M. Landrcth told us that he had visited ten state fairs recently and the fair here last week .excelled j them all. Nothing is too good for the farmers of Utah and it is gratify- ing to note that to the skill and intel ligence of these, the .excellence of most of the exhibits was due. Some of our special contributors will take up the...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

l I 6 THE DESERET.rARMER . Saturday, October i7) i9q8. , , r . mmHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TOWER'S FISH BRAND V" I w4255i5S2r QombauIFm ikw OILED a i- n i I k2GARMENTS Caustic Balsam H IatsT ) are cut on large 4k H Q&TTxz J patterns. designed Jfl. sH v; '"'' ) I rw tun mm m '&' asHHtB5l!?QPPtBfH 1 ,o. ra -f:aaw Hm Imitators Bit Ko Competitors. II A. Safe, Bpeedy and Positive Cure for Oera, Ifllnt Iweaay, Cappea Keek, "" " . Hralaea Teadaaf, rtundar, Wis Fi, as all UnnM freaa f pavla, j i Mtaa aaa ether feeny tiiim H Oaraa all aWa iUaMfl er raraaita. , . Taraak, Blphtkarl. Jtemeva all run uALt ?sssssl l W f XttT7 bottlo of Oauatio Salaam aold ii H Tnrarrmntcd to (rlro aatlaUctfon. 1'iico S1.S0 Hi bula. Sold by dniffgUta, or aont by x Boiwtll Winter Oats, VX&ti;&l?& H UaMmeaUla, to. Addraaa ,, H' BoSWell Winter Barley. ttBeUwrence-Wllllami Ce., Cleveland, 0. H iHPHTaVannnMMH! Write for particular! I STEPHEN BOSWELL WSSS I NEPHI - UTAH TAGSttmp1 ATTACHED INSTANTANEOUSLY H ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

Saturday, OCTOBER ,i7"i968. T IfrE D E S ER-E-T FARMER 7 I I' The College had a few choice repre sentations of some of their breeds of livestock and tat the parade on Friday f afternoon they were all in line. That I the Agricultural College is serving the " people well was- attested by the many favorable comments. hoard, at thc , V i . Fair. - , r r. Hyatt served up a brand of 4 weather that could not have been ex ' Qclicd. The rain suddenly ceased on 3 Monday morning, the clouds rolled jaway and the atmosphere was just cool enough to be exhilarating. Had the fair been held a week earlier it i) would undoubtedly have been a fail ure. The fair people as well as the ' citizens of the slate certainly played in luck. . . m ISj'lt can no longer be truthfully said that the buildings .arc ample to ac- commodate all exhibits. Some pro vision should be made next year to accommodate the educational exhibit and there is already a pressing de mand for a machinery hall. As yet machinery is being...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

H r If -J THI DESER-BT -FA.R-M-IR Saturday, October ,7, ,9o8, I f DAIRYING I; f TWENTY DAIRY SUGGESTIONS. t I The Dairy Division of the Dcpart- H 4 mcnt of Animal Industry has recently issued the following suggestions to H dairymen: H The Cows. H i. Hjavc the herd examined ab least K twice n- year by a skilled' veterinarian. H Promptly remove animals suspected of being in bad 'health. Never add 1 (an animal to the herd until certain it M ms free from disease, particularly tu- , Jjcrculosis. H 2. Never allow a cow to be excited H by fast driving, abuse, loud talking H or unnecessary disturbance; do not MM expose her to cold or storms more' WM than necessary. m 3. Cloan the entire body of the cow H daily; hair in the region of the udder H should bo kept short by clipping. H 4. Do not allow any strong-flavor- H cd food, like garlic, cabbage, or tur- H nips, to be eaten, except immediately fl after milking. Changes in feed should H be mado gradually. H S.'' Provide fresh pure water, in ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

I I I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1908. m THE DESERET PARMER 'H I PRIZE WINNERS I (Continued from page 5) I Wright Bro9. American Berkshire I association, special, first prize. f Agricultural Products. I William) B. Wright, best bushel fall I wheat, first prize. I Rigby Bros., best bushel fall wheat, 1 second prize. I William B. Wright, best bushel spring wheat, first prize. Rigby Bros., best ibushcl spring wheat, second prize. Rigby Bros., -best bushel two-r.owcd f . barley, first. I George E. Mabcy, best bushel club I Head barley, first, f William B. Wright, best bushel club I head barley, second. j George E. Mabcy, best ibushcl oats, jr first prize. I William B. Wright, best bushel ' oats, first. William B. Wright, best bushel oats, second. Rigby Bros., best bushel rye, first. N. P. Holm, best bushel white corn, first; best half-bushel white corn, sec ond. Lewis Faytcr, best one-half bushel white corn, second prize; best one half bushel popcorn, first. William B. Wright, finest quality...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

Hi jfl Hi C, I i lj HI H' H 1 1 10 $ & S 4 X E X X y A H M K R - Saturday, October i7, xgos. I I 1 POULTRY HBt ii B MRS. JONES' TURKEY TALK. f H Mrs. Chas. Jones. H In ai recent number of the Brccd- H , ers' Gazette I find an article on H "Blackhead," by Miller Purvis. I m have spent a number of years raising B, turkeys and studying their -diseases. I Bj. mako a postmortem examination of nearly every turkey that dies on our H farm, and find that nearly all of them H die of the same trouble, which is a H diseased liver. The liver is covered H with white ulcers or greenish spots H and is very much enlarged, as is -also H the gizzard, while the heart is much H smaller than normal. I have found H that at just the age Mr. Purvis men tions the black-head attacks them, when they arc fully feathered. They become sluggish and slow in their movements and droop around and die. Now, instead of black-head being a specific disease, I think the condition of their heads is an indication of a di...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

I ! 1 ,.4 B I SATURDAY, OCTOBER, itfrAyoli THIS PES ER ET JARMtR II I iLIFE ON THE FARM. Wc have received the article .pre sented herewith from Superintendent A. a Nelson- of the State Public School System with the suggestion that it be published in these columns. The article is a portion of an address by President Roosevelt, delivered at Jordanvillc, New York, a few weeks You know that .'old saying that God made the country and man made the town; well, it is said that the last is not yet an improvement of the first. I am glad to sec the cities grow, but not at the expense of the country. Their tendency to grow is not bcoausc of the opportunity they present to make great fortunes, but because of their tendency to be more interesting and attractive in them selves. I hope, in the course of a few de cades, to sec the farmers bend their energies towards making life in the country more interesting and more attractive, and towards inducing our people to understand how really at tractive o...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

I - ffi . . . . , THE. D E Slf RET' iF . A S'MBR Saturday, October i7 1908. I I PRIZ E WINNERS H (Continued from page 9) H j, "William C. Winder, best dozen rcd- H beets, second; best dozen mangclwur- H zcl beets, first and second. H Strcpcr and Smith, best bushel of H I any variety potatoes, first and tsccond; Hi best dozen carrots, second; best half- B bushel of red onions, first; best dis- H' play of squash, first. B J. M. Coo, best bushel fall wheat; R best bushcl of any variety of potatoes, 1 fast' 1 Cattle Department K In the cattle department John H. M Sccly of Mt. Pleasant took the fol- - lowing prizes: . Short Horn bulls, 3 years old and iovcr, first prize $20, second prize $12, third prize $8. Short Horn bulls, 2 years old 'and under 3, first prize $20; ' senior yearling, first, second and 1 third, $20, $12 and $8; Short Horn H junior yearling, first, second and third, fl $20, $12 and $8; Short Horn senior m calf, first, second and third prize, $20, 1 $1 and $8; Short Horn...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1908. . THE DESERET FARMER 13 H several Guernsey bulls, and recently (brought in a Guernsey heifer at a cost of $500. This company is also suc cessor to the Hooper dairy that pro duced the cheese over 2 feet thick and as large around as a wagon wheel, which attracted so much attention on the Davis county float at the centen nial jubilee, held here in 1897. The "Deserct Farmer" needs the support and encouragement of every farmer every person interested In agricultural pursuits in this inter mountain country. Send us a dollar! Let us end you the paper a year! THE MANTI FARMERS' CLUB. To the Editor Doscrct Farmer: While at Manti last Friday, Aug. Sth, I called on the secretary of The Farmers' Club of Manti and had a very interesting conversation. I learned from him that this association had been the; means of ibencfiting the farmers in many ways. They -arc do ing better farming than ever before, and arc using more scientific methods than were formerly used. Throug...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

w 1 ! Hf 1J1 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, October 17, 1908, 1 SUGAR BEETS B PROBLEMS IN BEET CULTURE. H J H. BufTum in Beet Sugar Gazette. I H There arc few sugar men but what Hi hope to sec the day when the sliding B scale becomes the prevailing method B ofrjpaymcnt for beets throughout this HP country. It is the one just system and Bs ii H eventually must prevail. Yet we arc B overlooking the advantages to be se- B cured through applying this same sys- B i tcm to other items in beet culture. H( Why the topping operation should H' not come under this rule is difficult to 1 sec though this theory has perhaps B never been advocated outside this dc- B partment. The present method of B payment is pernicious because it rcal- B ly '.encourages slip-shod service, and B the more hastily the laborer can get B B over his acreage, the quicker ins rc- B numeration will be won. "Extremely B poor topping of course is not tolcr- B atod, yet the work generally done, it B -is 'safe to say, is medio...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1908. THE DESERET FARMER . , ifr I gone a degree of evaporation arc dis similar in their submission to standard tests, and the problem of fair analy sis mny still be regarded as not en tirely solved. n. STATE FAIR NOTES. Considerable favorable comment was heard on the improvements at the Fair grounds. A' new art building has been constructed, the iblcachcrs 3 enlarged, some fifty new stalls1 addcJ and the grounds and buildings made very attractive. President McDonald and Secretary Ensign arc hustlers and the people of the state arc under ob ligations to them. Some of the best exhibits as well as many who will not exhibit at all, still feel that it is all wrong for a Director to supervise any of the de partments. As a matter of fact while the exhibit this year was splendid wc have no doubt that it could be trcb blcd, if this vexatious question could be properly adjusted. -. Kindly mention the "Dcscrct Far mer" when writing to or doing busi ness with our advertis...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 October 1908

I 1 i THE DqSER.ETFARM-ER,, Saturday, October i7, iqqb. 1 I HOOSIER DRILLS! 1 RUNNER IPJIESSURE WHEEL 1 f DISC PRESSURE WHEEL PLAIN DISC 1 PLAIN DISC with GANG WHEEL ATTACHED I SHOE DRILLS PIN HOE DRILLS 1 We have any of the above styles W MILLER-CAHOON CO I Pioneer Implement Dealers s L. C. MILLR, Gan'l Mgr. EMURRAY, UTAH 1 H AND SEE WHAT fSfe IDAHO INVITES YOU Pafl H : ; - i p LIVESTOCK GjJ H to share as an irrigation M 2f k$Jfl H state; the best watered state W Ktfll tft H : in the Union. 1 iWSiESra CW H : HOMES FOR THOUS- 1 FSJrfffJS H I ANDS OF SETTLERS I l8feAl H G.OOP '.LAND 1 ' H GOOD WATER 1 Witk Th H GOOD CLIMATE I rr. vS, J??. H GOOD people 1 DESER.ET FARMER H Go to the Golden West M For One Year B I ' For Rates and Descriptive vp33U Literature, Address M D. E. BURLEY, G. P. A. 1 The regular prc of thlt rk H ! D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. A. 1 is $4.50, but with peelJ cr- H nnrnnU OUnHT IIUC 1 "mgomants with th Publisher. H UncbUfl oHUnl Lint 1 w r abio to offr it together B n...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

j ; . tH)f&ft&JTY OF UTAH - . I .. ll V' hard in the interest of every branch 44iM I It I J $ w ' Staff, through the columns of the I J .i yll( I 21 I J$ ici c . "Deseret Farmer," are constantly T y 'will I t 13 ' ' 8ivir,g valuable aid to farmers in I J)llj 1 " the problems they meet every day. I 1' '' All iflw MK0HHVB There is not a subscriber, who if MpiiQHinl I ft r he reads the paper can not Set his JT i) I I jWJj ,,' a dolIar and take the onJy home C!W ' ' I 1 VOL. V. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 24, 1908. NO. XII. U J ..iB

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

I A THE DE3BRET FARMER Saturday, October 24, I9o8 I m ct ' .ii H Juit rceiv d a Car of Dry I Lund Turky,Bed Wheat.fr H 8ed. I VOGLER SEED CO. I , Salt Lake City I If there is anything the matter with your horses or stock use W. B. Chapman's LINIMENT For Man or Beast. If it does not Cur when all fails, don't pay for it. Get your money back. AT ALL DRUGGISTS . Wholesale by .. i W. A. NELDEN DRUG CO. Salt Lake City. CLEAN GRAIN O PRICE QUESTION Jr - LET THE CLIPPER DO THE WORK H The "CLIPPER" cleaner and fanner is especially adapted to the cleaning and grawttngoM kinds of grain. If it can be cleaned the "CLIPPER" will do it. I CLEANED GRAIN BRINGS BETTER PRICES H Write for complete booklet and descriptive matter, telling of its many uses. THE BARTELDES SEED CO., General Agents DENVER, COLORADO I THREE CAR LOADS OF REO AUTOMOBILES SHIPPED OUR COUNTRY TERRITORY IN MAY I l WHO WILL BE THE NEXT HfiSlftS? I TO SHOW WISDOM ALONG SHBmTl flfe&Mii I THESE LINES, TO SHOW 7SHKMByiiQD I APPREC...

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