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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

SATURDAY, OCTOBER a4 1908. T H JC D JC 8 K R E TTARM X R .v 3 I j "Leading Implement Dealers," Utah, Idaho, Ntvada, Wyoming. Main Offices Salt Lake, Utah K I Consoiidaieti UJagon & Wine Co. Branches: Ogdcn, Logan, Price Utah Jos. F. Smith, President MclviiuD. Wells, Sec.-Trcas. GEO. T. ODELL .Gen. Mer. I Branches: Idaho Falls, Montpelier Idaho W. S. McCornick, Vicc-Prest. Grant Hampton, Asst. Scc-Trcas. ' ' ",. -' " H 1 Wc arc selling a great many Stew art Ranges and Heaters .tjicsc days. . fc hope these ads arc helping to turn '.you attention our way. Wc want to touch the emotional side of you your heart so stronglythat you cannot and will not be satisfied with any other make of stoves. U . i F ! I ENTOMOLOGY I Edited by Prof. E. G. Titus, State Agricultural College. SOME POINTS IN ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. This Is a subject which is neither too scientific or too abstruse to be readily understood. In fact many farmers already understand the gen- cral principles underlying the correc...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

I 4 ..THE ,DESERET jEARMER Saturday, October 24, yog. I I TH'E DESERET 'FARMER" (TJHAT -BIG -FARM PAPER.)-, H Combined With "Rocky Mountain H Farming. H Established . 1904. f ji Lk in " 1 j p M B Official Oran of the - V H I Utah State Poultry Association H I Utah Horticultural Society; M 'Utah State Dairymen's Association. m Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protec ts live and Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. H ' Issued -every Saturday by the Des- 1 erct Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc- M turity & Trust Building, Salt Lake H City, Utah. H Entcrad as second class matter Dec. m 27, ioo5t,at the Postofficc at Salt Lake H City, Utah. m Subscription price $1.00 per year H (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. M The publishers must be notified in m writing, at time of expiration, when M discontinuance of subscription is( dc- B sired, and all arrears must be paid. H Advertising rates made known upon H aonlication. The right is 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. — 24 October 1908

ml giJRDAY;r October' 4 Ms. . . TJH E' 0e73 EJB.E'T. r.A JR Mi R . ... .".. tf j ' . : : . ' . I I . I UNITED STATE DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. j. t orricc or cxpcmcnt stations ' -- " . - - n " iv n : 1 feat .-VUA . I- rii ;rt ,'w '& i ' - '. -k. : ' I ,,?, ' ... X -JF LocAoncf Drainage . -i-AStC- "" "" sZtShK , FbiNrLoootr,Ur7n j ?SC - !?1 -T -- , f . Ocrh.7X)a "TV Vr ' . iiTiijw r '' , -Z&,r?iK. Estimate or Cosr Js 4O0pt6'7le 8.7S 'OS& f " "" 39004H -.40 5 "derzlez JV 900o"- ".SO 4So jtretHr 306SP r Ljbor 376-Rods ? 37S22. LEGEND .. TILE DRAINS tfyCKW , t ' PROPERrrUNE ' . . , ' rasr pits CONTOURS " ? . ' IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE. Lackland Farm Drainage Plans, Point Lookout, Utah. C. F. Brown. This farm is located in tljc Bear River Valley, Box Elder Co., Utah, un der the West Side, canal at Point Lookout, 'Utah. Thlo farm consti tutes most of the southwest quarter of Section 12, Township 11 north, Range 3 west, just at the west side of the -point of the mountain from wh...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

TIX DXtiXXMX gABMBft SATURDAY, qgTobAH t .. II I JM ifyouVb - lSfeZTl NEVER WORN IPKxU Wtofe bodily i N L tt comfort It gives ki H rr-i N v weKst weather H II i (inl 1 1 1 madcfo I itVflnA l I HA5H-fflfVICl: H IT 111 II '11 GUARANTEED B - ' I I ATAU.C0QO5TWK3 htoT1 CATALOG TMl iLT-5 Aj.ToaxoTeM.usjk. p ToncwmwcaiiHmo.TotoHTfttAH t I I. FOR SALE I Bowll Winter Oati, I Btiwtll Winter Barley. I Write for particular! I STEPHEN BOSWELL I TOPHI - UTAH I THE WONEY-SflVIHQ FENCE I tbeono whuU.LouKhtfttthorlRhtprlco.BlTMTOii tho BS f "I"'" T P "P KatnorvRc, lu(x tho Ionic w - l L 6t, cttunoa you no iruuli o. wZJLll NATKHfAL FIELD AM cr HF- H0 FENCE '- E f 41 ! JiiaC that kltnl Miile of t-t? ' ft P, H 'tvy. mnV P wire, au Jn. n.. ....... nN "tronjr a a mono wall. MWGffi L HUMANE IsaSSI ffl Si "lift I"W '" i - " ll'0'r"ntfcrUarlWlrrt H KWifim L.J, ' heavy, sIiikIo wlro with ,..w iwMunuijon require nntl wo will BS itKAU FENCE C8. BeKalMU. KaRS.s City. Ms. 1 Have Your HARNESS, BUGGY TOPS AND CAR...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

SATURDAY, ..QQtotev Q4 ,-igi SMLEv DgSJCEET FARME'R J H 3 year old mares both chestnuts .and received ist and 2nd. r German Coach. ' The good coach horse, Oldo, was , again-on the grounds and received ist. This horso1 seems to be proving, a good breeder, for there are a num ber .of good colts from him in Davis 1 Co.? t Standard Bred. ..; The show of light horses was larger thanvusual) and all classes were well . filled. 1 Aged Stallions. ... . ist, Thompson, on Massawan;, 2nd, Deyinc on Marshall Munat; 3rd Wcst cnhplm. . Three Year Olds. . ist to Tuttlc Bros., Manti. J. C. Leggctt .won a majority of the prizes with his good young Standard Bred horses. Cattle. There were more 'breeds of cattle represented this year, as the Agricul tural Colbegc brought dkxwn Gucrn-' scys, Holstcins and Hcrcfords, and Uncle John Scelcy made a. fine show with Shorthorns as did W. C. Winder with Jerseys. Olscn and Clayton Land Co. showed somic good Hcrc fords, not, however, in show shape. Mitchell had s...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

I JJ T-H- D g B It T : J. A R-MJ B SATURDAY- QCTOBEk 4 ,90g. HOW TO CONVERT BUTTER I ) FAT IHTO REAL MONEY I ,: Put yoar Gnim in ttii JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, win the lids to tin cans; sit that thi name "JENSEN CREAMERY COMPANY, Salt Laki City, Utah," is on the shipping ta, also your name and post oftici ad- dress. Take the cans to the nearest railway station; '.'WE WILL DO THE REST" YOU WILL GET YOUR MONEY! v If you do not hare the JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, I rite or 'phone us for them; (si only the "Blue Top" Cans, j'ensen CREAMERY CO, I 'M LakB tah H WANTED Real estate man who H Ran ntcrcst party to assist us lo- M jfcating monopolizing manufacturing H Khomc 'industries near natural gas 1 wbclt:" The product i3 indispensable M jQ.n USC( y every family three m jltimcs a day; cost $ cents; sells for H 25 cents by .the car lor.ds. We have H flgot the dough and do bake the Hj Sbrcad. The bi-products alone will B wmorc than pay for the entire plant H xwithin the first six months. Interes...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

turday, October; 1908. iTHl DHS1EKT FARMER ...... " modern history. Further, if you will refer to the Holy Book in the third r chapter of the second book of Kings, in the sixteenth and seventeenth verses, you will sec that the Lord took a greater interest in ditches than he did in book-keeping. The good prophet Elijah says: "Thus saith the Lord, make this valley full "' oJf ditches, for yc shall not sec wind, Kn neither shall ye sec rain, yet that val- LfV ley. shall be filled with water." So ; I think you will agree with me that the ancient art is ditches and water h first and accounting second. Wm. H. ROWE. ' MANAGEMENT OF LIVESTOCK. ,v 4. At this season of the year there arc many farmers who feel that now that the crops arc about all harvested and the fall work is about over, that the t next few months may ibe spent in idle ness. There arc many farmers in this :- section who spend! 8 or 9 months in la , exhaustive labor for long hours each - . day, but when the winter season , co...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

I 10 lUI Di 3-A R, E VT A-R ME rR - Saturday, ocTpcR .a4r 9. I I 1 POULTRY I FALL HATCHING. I C. S. Gorline, H Written for the Dcscrct Farmer. H There was a time not so many years H ago when breeders generally did not H care to be bothered with fall hatches, H considering doubtless tint the chicks H would be in the way of the older B stock, and would not amount to much Hi anyway. Now, there was a time not M 90 many years ago when many folks m considered the expense of a spring B wagon or buggy too great and were H content to jog along in a farm wagon, B Or ride in a small street car drawn by H horses or mules. In those days the M sale of eggs for fall hatching was un-, m heard of certainly was not followed.! M If the truth be told, had there been a demand for such eggs, we doubt if tlv:y could have been supplied. To get eggs for hens, or for incubator use in the fall? Impossible 1 Why, that is the time when the birds arc in the molt and whoever heard of iCggs in sufficient number to...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

SATJWXAy. Qj&rofeiMfe h .14. T.H KDESKltlT.rAllHt.E n H Simply as am experiment we set a hen just a common old black hen that we borrowed from tu neighbor, on a sitting of Leghorn eggs and from that sitting we raised eight pullets. These birds were hatched about the muddle of September and began to lay in March and continued to lay during the summer and! we were very much surprised to find them laying until late it the following fall. From that time on we have never failed to bring off a considerable number of fall hatched chicles as they arc in variably the best fafl.1 layers obtainable regardless of breed or variety. Wc have found the Orpingtons arc quite as satisfactory as fall layers as the non-sitting breeds, and pullets hatched in the fall become broody the fol lowing fall and make most cxccHcnt sitters and mothers, as they arc not so inclined to desert their chicks af ter they begin laying as they arc in the spring. Wie have known them to brood their chicks' until the you...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

I 42 - '-iar. ' - SHI DBSERJGT FAR'M'E'R- . JVturIa October a?, 1908; I IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE. H By C. F. Brown. m (Continued from page 5) 1 been abandoned and left undisturbed 1 increases the amount of evaporation m very materially. Thijs fact will explain M the difference ' 'between two fields M wherein one grows a good) crop and 1 the other, only divided by a fence, m produces nothing, the one which pro- M duces nothing having been abandoned fl and remained in waste for several 1 years. m Experience has shown that the in- 1 tcrccpting method of locating drains m is the one most successful in the irri- M 8?,l?d lands. This means that the m water must be intercepted in its flow m to the soil, no matter from what M source. In the case of lateral seepage, M that is, where the seepage flows M through the soil from higher lauds, H the drains should be located on the m upper slope of the wet ground. Cou- fl ditions are seldom found where such M a drain is sufficient so that in almost ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1908, THE DESERET FARMER 13 I t t: r. : 7? I cent oX sttgh..,valuation ;uubunis to f very little. Ft lias bccnlprpvcn by those investigations that the value of the lands needing drainage is easily ! increased from two to three hundred j per cent by the expenditure of a sum i nominal compared with its value if drained, but large compared with its value before drained. The average ! cost of draining the seep lands of thi-s ; slate should not exceed $15 per acre. i Nothing short of united action of all ! the agricultural interests in this slate will bring about the necessary and ' proper legislation on matters pertain ing to drauiagc. It is well known that the Middle Western statics have taken advantage of the improvement1; that can be obtained by drainage laws and now Irovc what wc most need. The services of this office arc and have been for some years at the dis posal of the drainage interests in this state. Our efforts arc not enough, though, to accomplish nil ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

I i THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, ocTOBigk 24, 1908. I CHRISTMAS IS COMING! I WE NEED SOME MORE NEW SUBSCRIBERS I TO MAKE 10,000 BY JANUARY 1, 1909. I WE MUST HAVE THEM! I You want some Christmas Presents! I LET US CO-OPERATE! I HOW TO SUPPLY OUR MUTUAL WANTS H If you will send us in some subscriptions you may avail yourself of H the following list of valuable articles as per each offer contained therein. H Yhesc articles arc bought byus from the great AUERBACH store, Salt H Lake City, and have their guarantee of being standards for the prices. H No. 1. Men's unlincd tan kid gloves, No. 10. Boy's Golf caps, No. 4817, H "fancy silk-stitched corded backs; cheviots, cassimcrcs and tweeds, a H snap fasteners; beauties, and just topnotchcr, for onljr two subscribers. H tlve correct, swell thing for a young No. 11. Pair beautiful imitation tor- H gentleman's present. Given for toigc shell side combs, No. 4352, H three new cash subscribers. heavy top, highly polished given I No, 2. Boys' ta...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

Saturday, October a 1908. THI DESERIT FARMIK 15 I LIVESTOCK AT THE 1908 FAIR. , . .. -i r- -. - (Continued from page 7-) nd oid 3rd. Exhibitors' flocks, Allen Bros. 1st; Allien 2nd; Allen Bros. 3rd. Get of ram (4 lambs), Allen Bros'ist; Allen 2nd. ' " Hogs. ' The hog show as usual was not large, but in some breeds the quality was excellent. Bcrkshires were out in largest numbers and ma'dc a great showing. There were some rather poor Po land China hogs on exhibition, and sonic 'Tamworths that iidcdcd 'fitting. The College showed "some large Yorkshire and Tamwbrth pig's that were iri good shape. J. T. Caino III judged the hogs. Berkshire. Aged boars, Bonneville Ranch 1st. Y darlings, Wright 1st; Mantor 2nd; Spencer 3rd. Under ' six months, Wright 1st; Bonneville Ranch 2nd. Champion boar, Wright 1st. Aged sows, Mantor 1st; Spencer 2nd. 1 Yearlings, Wright 1st; Bonneville Ranch 2nd. Under one S'car, Wright isf; Bonneville Ranch' 2nd. Under sis months, Wright 1st; Bonneville . ., Ranch 2...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 October 1908

I1 ig - THE.DjGSE frE T.FARMER Saturday, OCTOBER a4, 1908. I JHOOSIER DRILLSl ETJNNER PRESSURE WHEEL DISC PRESSURE VHEEL PLAIN DISC M PLAIN DISC with GANG WHEEL ATTACHED - , SHOE DRILLS PIN HOE DRILLS ; m We have any of the above styles I I MILLER-CAHOON CO' J (Pioneer Implement Dealers L. C. MILLR, Gan'l Mgr. IMURRAY, UTAH 1 I : GO WEST j H AND SEE WHAT 1 I : IDAHO INVITES YOU 1 H to share as an irrigation 9 H state; thebest watered state w H in the Union. J H ; HOMES FOR THOUS- ' M ' ANDS OF SETTLERS : r: : j. B GOOD LAND GOOD WATER , GOOD CLIMATE B GOOD PEOPLE H Go to the Golden West , 1 uj : ' H For Rates and Descriptive i H Literature, Address H 1 D. E. BURLEY, G. P. A". H , D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. A. ! f OREGON SHORT LINE I I RAILROAD I I COMPANY H I &ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I JSn livestock 5jl I 1 With Tho DESER.ET FARMER For One Year $5.90 The regular price of this work Is $4.50, but with specl.l ar rangements with the Publishers we are able to offer it together with a Year'...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

IWMyfifliStY OF UTAH a I H ! 'i V jO mIjEQEJI fcf ' I I J$ rft g s "Deseret Farmer," are constantly I .' I i I I j& " giving valuable aid to farmers in I (titf (j jjf( I I jra h& the problems they meet every day. I ' - All mol I I (I There is not a subscriber, who if I I jPy" 4? he reads the paper, can not get his Jr "x ' I I MMVi MTK dollar and take the only home C VW I I VOL. V. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCTOBER 3rf 1908. NO. XIII. : tl i I 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. — 31 October 1908

I 2 THE DESERET FARMER SATURDAY, OCTOBER a, xqqs. I m Just received a Gar of Dry 1 Ltnd Turkey Red Wheat for M Seed. H VOGLER SEED GO. H Salt lake Gity 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 Cure when all fails, don't pay for it. Get your money back. AT ALL DRUGGISTS Wholesale by V. A. NELDEN DRUG CO. Salt Lake City. I WHITE LEGHORORNS H ' LAYING STRAIN OF COCKERELS f H Thcsfc birds will probably lay as many eggs, right now, as some V H i of your hens Whatl Hens don't lay any eggs now? Well, ncith- H H cr do these cockerels, but their mothers, grand-mothers and great M H grand-mothers for thirty-fnc generations were selected layers M H from great egg producers and the egg laying habit is transmitted M ' Hj directly through the male line. If you arc not getting all the m H V c8gs you wish, try a cross from this laying strain. m (C. S. GORLINE I 1224 Bait 2 Sooth Street SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I THREE CAR LO...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

ft SATURDAY,. OCTOBER 3x, igoS. THX DIS1.EIT fAEMlB ft I 1 "Leading Implement Dealers," Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming. Main Offices Salt Lake, Utah I Consoifdaiefl UJap & Hine Go. j Branches: Ogden, Logan, Price Utah Jos. F. Smith, President Mclvin D. Wells, Scc.-Treas. GEO. T ODELL 'Gen Mer. I i Branches: Idaho Falls, Montpelier Idaho W. S. McComick, Vice-Prest. Grant Hampton, Asst. Sec-Trcas. ' ' H F by Professor Zavitz were even more (striking than in the case of grains. Mangels grown from large seed, for instance, yielded thirty-one tons per acre; from medium seed twenty-seven tons per acre, and from small seed eighteen and one-half tons per acre. Large raps seed produced thir- teen tons per acre, while medium seed .produced nine tons and small seed j three tons per acre. Even in the case of potatoes the average for the result ' of planting large potatoes during six yeans was a yield of 338 bushels per acre, while medium sized potatoes produced 274 bushels and small pota toes...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

H 4 THE DESERKT FARMiER ; SATURQAVr OCTOBER .3i" 1908. I B THE DESERET FARMER H (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) B Combined With "Rocky Mountain H Farming." H Established 1904- flj Official r Organ of the H Utah State Poultry Association. M Utah Horticultural Society. H Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H BearRiver Valley -Farmers' Protoc ol tivc and Commercial Association. M Utah Arid Farming Association. H Issued -every Saturday by the Des- M erct Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc- Hj curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake 1 City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. H 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt Lake H City, Utah. H Subscription price $1.00 per year (Strictly in Advance.) M Discontinuances. B The publishers must be notified in M writing, at time of expiration, when H discontinuance of subscription is de- M sired, and all arrears must be paid. M Advertising rates made known upon H annlication. The right is reserved to M reject questionable a...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

( SATURDAY, OCTOBER ' 31. i8. THE DESIRHI FASMH 6 I 1 main crop of wheat grdwn by him j each year is Gold Coiit or Fortyfold, 1 and the lowest return he has hatl1 in I the driest years was 15 bushels. To f show the b'encfit of tilling the soil in the summer to conserve the moisture (for an experiment) he plowed 90 , acres of his land a foot deep and har rowed it 14 times. The neighbors thought him mad, and said he would . have no crop; but it turned out the I very driest season they had had. The rain fail was but o in. for the year, and he reaped 40 bushels of wheat to the acfc, when nearly all the crops n found him were a comparative fail tire. The soil on this farm) is similar to the last one, a light-brown, sandy loam, but it is higher Up the hill, and the subsoil is much looser and llghtcf, and consequently not so good for re taining moisture. He was quite ccr- tain that, with cafeful tillage, good J crops could be grown on an average foil of 10 to 11 in. per year, provided 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. — 31 October 1908

r aval Baj I 6 TMI DBBJCRKT FARMER SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, xpo8. saaB MMManii i i The deanest.Ughtest P J rt . 7pT and most comfortable V 1?IV8vi POMMEL rlSKMi sucker sWPf At the some tlmeK "-' a 'if cheapest In the I 1 HST j A end because It I J MM F JIM wears longest A i JfK LfjyL I l355EYr,ywkreill fffS Every garment '(I flWiili'i guaranteed r f f ) J, J waterproof Catalog frf J 900 laH A J TOWCRCO. OOSTOM.U.5A. "I TOWCW CAMAPAH CO-UHITCD. TORONTO CAN. I FOR SALE H Boiwtll Winter Oati, Btswell Winttr Barley. H Write for particular! I STEPHEN BOSWELL I HBPHI - UTAH I National Field and Hog Fence H irt T I -r tt Y" rf-rrr- S wriw yn kii B " v" m1 ir tT u '" T - 'r?-1 glrcubcRtnorTlco.lAiitMlonKOMtfCAUPrinotroultlr. Don't uy a fenco until you Imvo written nbout thin, our RAN60? I HUMANE ar:n:; aafl r " Ltt -- - uh what you requlru umt teYOtVWG l6ARf MW&r ",,cc,, H DsKalb ranee Co., DaKatb, III. Kansas Oily, Mo. H Have Your HARNESS, BUGGY TOPS AND CARRIAGES H Dressed with M AJ. D C...

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