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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 908. THE D. H ft J& R T FARMER f I yield of 'milk and fat was increased by the larger amount of grain, .95 ! -and .07 pound, respectively. The milk flow was maintained better on the larger than on the smaller amount of grain. 24. Apples fed to pigs in two x ' pcruncnts with skim milk and shorts had a value from nothing to 18 cents per hundred. In one experiment ap ples were only equal to grass pas ' turc. 25. As grazers, pure-bred Tam w'orth swine were most 'superior. ' Berkshire, Poland China and Tam worth grades were about equal. Pure bred Yorkshires were not equal to the other breeds in feeding qualities, es pecially as grazers. ' 26. The average cost of spring lit ters of six pigs each, including the cost of the keep of the sow for one u f year, when disposed of at a weight If of 893 pounds, was $29.42. The aver- Ill age cost of fall litters of -seven pigs t each, including the cost of the keep of the sow for one year when dis posed of at a weight of 1...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

I n THI DIS1B1T FAEMIR. satu.Aday, otpbe 3; 1908. I HIW TO CONVERT BUTTER- I FAT INTO REAL HONEY I Put yoor Cream in tin I JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, I win tin lids to thi cans; I sn that thi name "JENSEN I CREAMERY COMPANY, Salt I Laki City, Utah," is on the I shlpplnc tag, also your I name and post otfice ad- I driss. Take the cans to I the nearest railway station; I "WE WILL DO THE REST" I YOU WILL GET YOUR MONEY! I' If you do not have the I JENSEN "Blue Top" Gais, I write or 'phone us for them; I isi only the "Blue Top" I Cans. I JENSEN CREAMERY CO. Salt Lake City, Utah H WANTED -Real estate man who M can interest party to assist us lo- M eating monopolizing manufacturing fl home industries near natural gas M belt. The product i3 indispensable H and used by every family three B times a day; cost 5 cents; sells for M 25 cents by the car lor.da. We have H got the dough and do bake the H bread. The bi-products alone will H more than pay for the entire plant j within the first six mont...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

Saturday, QfiTfiBgfl 3i, TBE D 2S 3 E R E T FARMER , I crablc patting and rubbing and kind words I had the satisfaction of get ting the lard applied, and the still greater satisfaction of seeing the cow stand perfectly still a short time after wards to the great astonishment of those present. The cow is a creature of habits, and upon the attendant depends the for mation of these habits. The more regular they are the better work she will do in the dlairy. T-each the young boys to be kind to the cows, to feed them properly, and do everything in their power to make them contented and happy. The true dairy cow usual ly possesses a. highly nervous tem perament, that rebels against harsh treatment. In view of this fact, it is illadvised economy for the dairyman to share with the farm dog the duty of oaring for her, for if he docs, she will in all probability even up with , hint by giving an ever-diminishing jtt 1 quantity of milk. Gentle treatment is H about as important as good feeding, ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

I 10 M&. JX &2W5 R KST FA ft M,E R Saturday, October ' 3i, '1908. I POULTRY . . It Edited by C. S. Gorline. I THE EGO. If The egg is the wonderland of na I, ture. It is a body formed in the fe ll males of animals, birds; insects and I fishes containing an embryo or fetus of the same species, which under un I changed environment will faithfully H reproduce lineal antecedents. Change the environment, ever so slightly, H and a variation will result. There are H eggs so small that they may be cx H amined only with a. powerful micro H scope. The egg of the genus Acarus, H the common mite of the poultry H house, is no larger than a pin point. Then, there are eggs as large as the head of an infant, notably that of the Great Auk and of the Ostrich. The eggs of birdls and insects arc provid ed with tough or solid envelopes that serve to retain the fluids until they have been absorbed by the fetus. The eggs of fish and some other ani mals are united by a viscous sub stance, ard called...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3x, 1908. THE DEBERKT FARMER . If H . . . . BB fresh green food, their eggs will of ten be small in circumference and very short. This we believe will ap ply to all breeds. The first kid eggs of pullets are generally very small, while the last laid eggs of a clutch I of adult hens will often be no larger than the egg of a quail. Under natur al conditions the Brahmas and Or pingtons produce the largest size of brown eggs, while the Minorcas and Leghorns lay the largest white eggs. Here again there is a great difference in strains of the some varieties of the same (breeds. Some strains of Lcg h6rns will produce eggs nearly as large as the average size Minorca egg; others will lay icggs not larger than the eggs of common hens. In shape too, there is great variation amongst the different breeds. The Ir.rgcr breeds generally produce a. very long tegg that s often a large in diameter as the average Minorca egg. Others of the same breed will ' produce a short thick bunty ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

H K Y ftl DlfclSltET FAEMER Saturday, October 3i; igotf With Th DESER.ET FARMER H For Om Yr I $3.90 H TK rau1r prim t ihk wrk 1 It $4.50, but with peIaJ r- H rangmnts with m Publisher H w r able to offer It ttfthr H with a Yar SulNMrtptlon to H th DCSER.ET FAR.MER for I $3.90 H Saad U yr OrferNOW I 60 WEST I H AND SEE WHAT 1 I IDAHO INVITES YOU I H to share it n irrifatioa M itte; the beit watered state H In tke Unioa. , . : H : HOME! FOR THOUft. H AND OF 1ETTLEKI g ( 3 GOOD LAND . - GOOD WATER H GOOD CLIMATE M GOOD PEOPLE m Go to the GokUn Wttt , H i H ' For Rates and DMcripthrt H Literature, AddrtM H : D. E. BURLEY, G. P. A. H D. S. SPENCER, A.G.P.A. : OREGON SHORT LIRE i RAILROAD :: COMPANY H tALT LAKE CITY, UTXX I California Christmas WJ lomething Worth BOX "tS or shipped to any point in the United States on your order in time to be de livered to friend3 and loved ones Christmas, but you should Order Now to assure prompt delivery. Every box contains a holly berry label -and frhe...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

. SATURDAY,-. OCTOBER 53i,.i9o8. THE DESERET FARMER 13 'repeat this process two or three times. In the dbily care, soak the ves sel as soon as it has been used, rc 'inovc fat with soft paper and wash both inside and out with hot soapy water. Iron rust is caused by the ac 'tion of the oxygen of the air in the presence of moisture. To prevent this cover iron! that is not u.sccfl witli vaseline or lard. To clean rust, rub with fat, sprinkle with lime and let stand over night; wash with soda solution. Powdered emery and oil is also good for cleaning rusted iron. Marble. Wash with fine sandstone or pow dered pumice stone, or cover with a paste of (baking soda and whitening and polish with piece of felt. An iron sink lined with porcelain is the best. It should have open plumbing; that is, the pipes should be exposed to view. There should be an S shaped trap in the pipe. Hot, i clean water should follow soiled wnt- i cr to dean pipes. Follow greasy wat- r 'cr with water containing an alkal...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

14 THE DESERET. FARMER &ATUKD AY, .OCTOBER ji, ; igSS. I CHRISTMAS IS COMING! I WE NEED SOME MORE NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO MAKE 10,000 BY JANUARY 1, 1909. 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 p-cr each offer contained therein. H These articles are bought by us 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 only two subscribers. H the correct, swell thing for a young No. 11. Pair beautiful imitation tor- H gentleman's present. Given for tobc shell side combs, No. 4352, H three new cash subscribers. heavy top, highly polished given H No. a. Boys' t...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

SATURDAY,- OCTOBER 3x, 1908. THI DESERET FARMH& 15 - cial beet seed consists for the most part of from two to seven individual sccds-wcldcd by nature into one mass. It is evident that plants .produced from such ai -mass of seeds must of necessity be very close together, and thus far no mechanism has been de vised whereby the plants can fcc pro perly thinned. Thus hankS labor has to be resorted to. Repeated effort have been made to break up the seed balls by passing them through various forms of rol lers, but the seed coats arc so hard that any device that has been tried not only breaks the coats but like wise the seed balls, thus destroying the germ. J The department of agriculture has been more successful in this Jinc by its efforts to produce a. single germ seed, and its scientists have within the past year increased the produc tion of single-germ seed from 2 to 25 per cent; and in the light of the ad vance that has already been made it is reasonably safe to assume that this o...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 31 October 1908

B I I I ir, THE DESE-RET FARMER SATURDAY; OCTOBER 3xt 1908. 1 I JHOOSIER PRILLS! I BUHNER PRESSURE WHEEL f DISC PRESSURE WHEEL PLAIN DISC I PLAIN DISC irith GANG WHEEL ATTACHED I , SHOE DRILLS PJN HOE DRILLS H We have any of the above styles I I MILLER-CAHOON CO J Pioneer Implement Dealers V L. C. MILLR, Gtn'l Mgr. MURRAY, UTAH I fl THE LEADING COMMERCIAL SCHOOL IN B H THE STATE. FINE EQUIPMENT, ELEGANT I ROOMS AND GOOD TEACHERS. I I WE SECURE POSITIONS FOR ALL OUR I GRADUATES. NO FAILURES. , I SCHOOL ALL THE YEAR; NEW STUDENTS I j W CAN ENTER AT ANY TIME. WRITE FOR FULL K jM INFORMATION. I BUSINESS COLLEGE I B 222.Suth West Temple St. jB B iiBiiii SSAUT LAKfi CITY UTAH B B H HHHHHillllHIHHflHHH 1 j ( Iron Clad Hubs; Bent and 1 I "rinw1.-,S-!riili Double Rivited Felloes; Out- - B bBIM BBBBBBI PB 1 BBBBCtIWBIBI lB wtmHww V s'rC" PnvflBHBIuBI I ' HStMr er Bearmgs; Strongest and ' ; I : ' pl SE Lightest Running Wagon in B OUR ORCHARD WAGON ' I BURTON IMPLEMENT COMPANY I j I WE WILL TRE...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

1 ' UrttJ tf U3 J f Y Of UI At! Y 9UCITY-UTAH 1 I J jH V4IFFDJ?ffPH- I :-t.-:. JRgJr Jmam v Jmm JHLWr Mmmmm JHL ir I'll H J , isv y s. I DO YOU WANT A FARM PAPER? I V ' ' I jKT' jsJ 3b mi y I Ifc w' bc vcry ca5y to siow now 'a$ ' im I S. rP dSJ j I much ibetter it is to sell for cash than ' Lxtiml H w wJS -"iSt f I !t isto scM on thc "Long Timc Sys" I lw aw mr I f VOL- V- SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, NOVEMBER 7, 1908. NO. XIV. I i - H I A . u ii'. .!, ..,": K - f - JL ,-1 , v a T " - - - J-

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

H Jl T HE DESERET FARMER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER '7, 1908. M , Just rectiYid a Gar of Dry H Land Turky Red Wheat for m Seed. VOGELER SEED GO. H Salt Lake City If then 13 anything the -matter with your horses or stock use W. B. Chapman's LINIMENT For Man or Beast. If it docs 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 WHITE LEGHORORNS j LAYING STRAIN OF COCKERELS ' i ' HI H These birds will probably lay as many eggs, right now, as some H of your hens Whatl Hens don't lay any eggs now? Well, ncith- j cr do these cockerels, but their mothers, grand-mothers and great M grand-mothers for thirtyfhc generations were selected layers H from great egg producers and the egg laying habit is transmitted m directly through the male line. If you are not getting all the M eggs you wish, try a cross from this laying strain. I C. S. GORLINE H J224 Eait J2 South Street SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH H I THREE CAR LOADS...

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

1 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7, 19' T H JC DtSIEET IARMKR 3 f iH 'Leading Implement Dealers," Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming. Main Offices Salt Lake, Utah H CopDdaieil Ulagoi) & Hue Go. I I I Branches: Ogdcn, Logan, Price Utah Jos. F. Smith, President Mclvin D. Wells, Sec.-Treas. GEQ T 0DELLt Gcn Mgr. I B Branches: Idaho Falls, Montpclier Idaho W. S. McCornick, Vicc-Prcst. Grant Hampton, Asst. Scc-Trcac. I M AGRONOMY WORK AT THE EX- i' PERIMENT STATION. , The Department of Agronomy is . f carrying on, exclusive of the vast :; amount of arid farm work, a number &. of very important lines of work for f " the betterment of Utah agriculture. In co-operation with the Chemical Department, we arc carrying on ex periments to determine the dcvclop i ment and movements of nitrates un- Af dcr different crops and different i4 U 1 amounts of irrigation and arid condi tions. Nitrogen is an essential plant " food but, although about 76 per cent 1 of the air is composed of this Im portant clement no p...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

I Ti?E DESERET FAEM1E Saturday, November. 7, xgo8. I .THE DESERET FARMER 1 (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) H- Combined With "Rocky Mountain Hj Farming." H' I Established 1904. I, OfTiclal Organ of the. Hj Utah State Poultry Association. H Utah Horticultural Society. H "Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. m 'Bear River Valley Farmers' Protoc ol tivc and Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. H i Issued .every Saturday by the Des- H ,eret Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc- H 'Ctirity & Trust Building, Salt Luke City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. H 27, 1905, at the PostofTicc at Salt Lake City, Utah. Hs Subscription price $1.00 per year H ' (Strictly in Advance.) B Discontinuances. B The publishers must be notified in B writing, at time of expiration, when B discontinuance of subscription is dc- H sired, and all arrears must be paid. B Advertising rates made known upon B aoplication. The right is reserved to B jm reject quest...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

1 ) I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 8. THE D JC S E R E T F A R M E R -6 -fl FROM UTAH'S DIXIE.' 1 . , The Dcscrct Farmer is- in receipt of a personal letter from Hon. Thomas Judd, President of the Utah State Baxrd of Horticulture. President Judd, among other things, writes that the present season down there has been a wonder fully good one. Water has been abundant and the flruit land .othicr crops have been extremely profitable where given proper attention. Late frosts in Beaver and1 Iron counties killed nearly all the fruit there, and in consequence Dixie was called upon l to make up the loss. This condition has made a splendid market for the r - Dixie fruit. In many cases the peo ple from the surrounding counties went South, taking the necessary can : . ning vessels, and putting up their winter supply, thus saving the waste that would take place if the fresh fruit were carried North. In many instancies, such products as flour, grain, cheese, lumber, etc., were ex changed for the fruit, a...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

I ' I I . J THE DESER ET FARMER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, X9o8. I Hi The cleanest.- 5Ff l ! lightest. and T Ja most comfortablevCD v SLICKER Jf H H , at the same time I J cheapest in the j end Ibecause it :iBL wears longest tiB 3Q9 Everywhere fjhf H Every garmonl quar- rq ) ' anteed waterproof Viv 1. J J 4o0 H Catalog free v-11 I H refS ll.lt, AQlAH CO tiMlTtO TQOOSTQ CN I I I FOR SALE H BoBwtll Winter Oati. Btiwell Winttr Barley. H Write for particular STEPHEN BOSWELL I IfZFEI - UTAH I. THE MONEY-SAVING FENCE n ls tho 0I1 tiklt. tuuKht nt tliorlRht prlco, given yon tlio iH7 r ....... n 1, r, imiq ticHtxcrru-o, lanti tlio ImiK. PH - -J- f- L k t cauw you no trouli o. Z-CjlII national field and H w-LZLZk HOQ FENCE i ! ?Hr 4 ' r " t J'lHt tlmt klml Mmlcor nTaal C-5!""g- V' fc ? Iuvy. miiitlc wire, mi In- j - . . ,. comiMirablolocUclocoiiU'j'li, HH! ... "" Ktronn im a mono . I RAIffiERL HUMANE .Wftfir.??.! MB r-unin rT l""' 0"-ltnnirTlJnrlVlr-- bbbtJ bct ,n. ,.,,. "IT." ' " licavy. aiii(tl...

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

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER -7, 98. THM D.l.HRlT TARMUR T H ! II HI II ' I , The composition of alfalfa hay is j water 84; protein 14.3; fat, 2.2; nitro- I gen-frec extract, 42.7; crude fiber, 25.0. and ash 74 percent. It will be seen that the meal and hay have practically the same com position, the difference in the average values being no greater than might be expected! in different samples of cither material. This uniformity in composition is to be expected because the grinding process alone neither adds nor takes away from the amount or proportion of nutrients present although it increases the digestibility of the material somicwhat. The feed ing value of alfalfa meal and cut or chopped alfalfa hay was once tested with eight lots of seven pigs, averag ing not far from eighty-five pounds each. The meal was prepared by run ning the hay through a grinder and the chopped material by cutting the I hay into one-half inch lengths with a silage cutter. The test was planned so that corn meal with...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

i : l I " -- THE DljSK RT UKMIt Saturday, n.ovember 7, ,908. MW Tl CONVERT BUTTER I FAT IHTO REAL MOHEY I Put yonrcriin in thi I JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, I win thi lids to thi cans; I sn that thi name "JENSEN I CREAMERY COMPANY, Salt I Lake City, Utah," is on the shipping tat, also your I name land post office ad I driss. Take the cans te I the nearest railway station; I "WE WILL DO THE REST" YOU WILL 6ET YOUR MONEY! B n If you do not have the I JENSEN "Blue Top" Cais, 1 write er 'phone us for them; I use only the "Blue Top" I Cans. li JENSEN CREAMERY CO. W Salt Lake City, Utah pHji Hi WANTED Real estate man who H can interest party to assist us lo- H eating monopolizing .manufacturing home industries near natural gas Ik belt. The product i3 indispensable HI and used by every family three ' times a day; cost 5 cents; sells for 25 cents by the car lo?.ds. We have got the dough and do bake the bread. The bi-products alone will more than pay for the entire plant within the first six mon...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 7 November 1908

) SATURDAY, NOVK.MBjR 7, i$q. THE DESERET? FARMER - --& The fact being established that milk is at least 87 per cent water, and that the water must be supplied or milk cannot be made, it becomes evi dent that the cow in order to produce most milk must be watered oftencr than once in 24 hours. Nevertheless, the rule is that cows arc watered but once ai day, and that out of doors, no matter how cold) the weather. The cow is a ruminant, and in order to digest her food must remtasticate it. It i9 said she cats, when, in fact, she is doing nothing of the kind, but is , simply gathering a quantity of food I into her storehouse to be soaked and s mixed; but by and by she goes into some quiet corner or 'lies down, and with eyes half shut spends hours chewing the food previously taken int her first stomach. Then, she is real ly citting. Rumination is necessary for refining the food- and mixing the salivo with it. In order to keep the contents of the first stomach in the right consistency...

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

B J i I? d ' mm I v,10 . XAJ BAWISAT EARMJtR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1908. I 1 POULTRY I Edited byC. S. Gorlinc. I FEEDING FOR EGGS. IE The question of correct feeding for - eggs is more often raised tat this, sea- !son of the year when egg are ictrca and the price correspondingly high. Is it possible to increase the egg , yield Iby tany system of feeding? That I depends. Hcridity and environment I; play an important part in answering the question. The trait of superior HL egg production is a habit that may Hi be acquired and transmitted. A hen Hi whose ancestors wdre poor layers HI can not be expected to be a good H J layer. No amount of coaxing or cod- H!l dling with mash or feed will induce her to produce an unusual number of eggs, because the trait of superior egg production was not acquired by ker ancestry, and could -not there fore, be transmitted to her. "The constant execution of a definite func tion will gradually effect a structural modification." This is one of the basic la...

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