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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 5 December 1908

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1908. THE DESERET FAR M E R f I VETERINARY SGIEN6E I Edited by Dr. H. J. Frederick, State Agricultural College. VETERINARY SCIENCE. Edited by Dr. H. J. Frederick. I Monticcllo, Utah. Editor Dcscrct Farmer. Dear Sir: We read the pages of the Dcscrct Farmer with pleasure and in terest, and I feel that the "Big Farm Paper" will prove to be one of the greatest factors in the development of this great arid farming district of San Juan County. Farmers of this country will have to be educated to this comparatively new industry, and so .far the Farmer has been our only instructor. Suc cess and long life to the Farmer. We hope, however, in the near future to meet some of the educators personally and receive words of encouragement from them. Question. One of my best colts had a severe " barb wire cut about two months ago, J and as I have had such poor luck in i doctoring cuts, etc., thought I would let this one go and heal itself, but it failed to heal and is now full of...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 5 December 1908

8 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, December 5, 1908. I NIW Tl CONVERT BUTTEB- I FAT IHTO REAL MOHEY I Put your Crim in ttii I JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, win thi lids to thi cans; ' sn that the name "JENSEN CREAMERY COMPANY, Salt 1 Lakt City, Utah," is on thi sfiipplif tat, alsi your nami aid pist oftici ai- driss. Taki thi cans ti thi marest railway station; I "WE WILL DO THE REST" YOU WILL GET YOUR MONEY! I If you do not havi thi JENSEN "Dlui Top" Cais, writi ir 'phono us for them; usi only the "Blue Top" Cans. JENSEN CREAMERY CO. B Salt Lake City, Utah Bj WANTED Real estate man who B can interest party to assist us lo- B eating monopolizing manufacturing B home industries near natural gas B belt. The product i3 indispensable B and used by every family three B times a day; cost 5 cents; sells for B 25 cents by the car lords. We have B got the dough and do bake the B bread. The bi-products alone will B more than pay for the entire plant B within the first six months. Interest- B ed parties...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 5 December 1908

Bj SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 xy. . .THE D E S B It E T FARMER .... . I growth becomes softened and retains its succulence, and when rightly fed there should be little or no loss from waste, as it is eaten up clean. In my opinion it requires less work to put the -crop in the silo, than to harvest in the old way and handle over two or three times before it can be placed before the cows or other stock, And further I believe the crop thus cared for will be worth at least one-third more, all things considered, than when fed dry. A large amount of corn can be put in the silo of average size, and when the work is completed it is then under shelter in the best condition now known, and ready for use when wanted. The silo should be thoroughly con structed, be air and water tight. The round form is the one now mostly used, and they should not be too large in diameter but of good height, for the better keeping and feeding of the silage. They should be placed where it will be the most convenient, thu...

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

I J : TMJB DESERET FARMER Saturday, December 5, iqob. H Hive Your HARNESS, BUGGY TOPS AND CARRIAGES H Dressed with H W. D CHAPMAN'S HARNESS AND CARRIAGE DRESSING H Guaranteed to Preserve Leather and H Make it Look Like New. H Whoesale and Retail by Z, C. M. I., Salt Lak City. I Kta4V mtntlon tb "Destret Far- mr" wkan vrritinc to or 4odg btMi H mm with our advertisers. k Why Suffer With Rheumatism When for $1.00 you can be cured for life? My druglcss device docs the work. Send $1.00 to S. L. HAYES, Colonial Hotel, Salt Lake City, and he will send you the device, guaran teed. Reference if desired. Corres pond with me. WANTED. To buy 30 hens and Spring Chickens. 'Phone, Murray, 69-K or address, Poultry Farm, 786 Scott Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah. I fts FURS; HIDES H Sm3L for ipot cnih. 10 to 68 moro tnonor for you to ihln Unw Funi nnd nidon tousthim to MMm CZT' Mil At homo. Write for I'rlca LUt. Mnrkotltoport, BhlppItiRTaRii. nntl nlout our v HUNTERS'&TRAPPERS'GUIDE.fu'i 1 MIAk 4M P...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 5 December 1908

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 'P- THE DESERET FARMER 9-1 now appeared. In the cross inter se, when the number was sufficiently large, the number of hybrids with the recessive characteristic was always one to three of those with the domi nating characteristic. The value ot the Mendel theory lies in the fact that it has made it possible to predict the results of hybridizations num erically. In breeding for results, many are called, but few arc chosen. Out of the thousands produced, "but a hundred arc selected, hence the term ccntgcncr quality, which means one hundred out of a generation. Of the ccntgcncr selection, perhaps one rare form with heredity showing strongest in the lines in which improvement is desired may be produced and a cross is effected with the next best speci men, which may be obtained1 from widely separated sources, thus creat ing new and more pronounced varia tions. The progeny of this cross will vary more widely than the progeny of forms more closely related. Again the exc...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 5 December 1908

1 1 I JP TH3C DKSERET FARMER Saturday, December 5, igoi. I ; eo WEST I I AND III WHAT 1 I IDAHO INVITES YOU 1 I to ahare aa an irrifatioa m II abate; the bait watered atatt V in tkt Unioa. 1 I) I HOME! FOR THOU- 1 ft ' AND! OF ETTLERi I I GOOD LAND J I GOOD WATER 1 GOOD CLIMATE I I GOOD PEOPLE I Go to tha Golden Waat M Ij ' For Rata x4 Dcriptlv ! Litacature, Adirmt 1 li ID. I. BURLEY. G. P. AL 1 l i D. . SPENCER, A. aF. A. 1 I OREGON SHORT LINE I I RAILROAD I I COMPANY I I 1ALT LAJCK CITY, UTAH I - . A FARM TELEPHONE 1 I ' Will save enough horseflesh ! and time every month to pay its cost for a year, and in emergencies, when time is m the big thing, it may save B , , your home and your life. M Thousands of firms In this W ' country are now equipped with telephones and yoa ! , could not persuade one of H these farmers who has prov- ed its value to allow his tela- ' ' phone to be removed. i BMjj m It helps to make farm life H aw pleasant and saves money. ' tYou owe it to yourself to '...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 5 December 1908

'SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, ty T HJ5 D HSRRISTFARM1K . 1$ I and spray thoroughly; cover every particle of the trunk, driving the spray into all the crevices of the bark; see that each branch and limb and twig is thoroughly coated with the mixture and then use every other means in your power to protect your trees. A kerosene emulsion spray (1-15 formu la) may be used to advantage when the young larvae arc first crawling in early summer, but since they arc hat ching over a considerable period and many crawl to the leaves it can only be a partial -control. Look your elms over NOW; ex amine the leaves on the ground, if there arc leaves on the trees, dead hunches hanging on the twigs, ex amine these twigs and leaves thor oughly; look on the underside of the larger limbs and in the crevices of bark on the trunk. If you find the scale prepare to get after it and treat it well, that is give it a good thor 1 ough coating with the best lime-sul phur you can make. 0 AS WE VIEW IT. Give your friend ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 5 December 1908

& . THE DESERET FARMER . 'satu RJ? ay, DECEMBER.-5, 1908. I CHRISTMAS IS COMING! I WE NEED SOME MORE NEW SUBSCRIBERS I TO MAKE 10,000 BY JANUARY 1, 1809. 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 These articles arc bought by us from the great AUERBACH store, Salt H Lake City, and have their guarantee of being standards for the prioes. H No. x. Mcn'sunlined tan kid gloves, No. 10. Boy's Golf caps, No. 4817, H fancy silk-stitched corded backs; cheviots, oassimcrcs and tweeds, a m snap fasteners; beauties, and just topnotchcr, for only two subscribers. H the correct, swell thing for a young No. 11. Pair beautiful imitation tor- m gentleman's present. Given for toisc shell side combs, No. 4352, H three new cash subscribers. heavy top, highly polished given H No. 2. Boy...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 5 December 1908

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. X908, XHI DISIEIT fAKMSR 16 I Agricultural College, beginning Janu ary s, 1909. 1. History and development of sugar beet growing and tlic sugar in dustry. a. In Europe. b. In America. 2. Soils adapted to growing bocts. a. Treatment. a. Fertilizing (beet tops.) b. Plowing. c. Other operations necessary. , 3. Seeding. a. Time. b. Depth. c. Method. v , .. Thinning. .. a. Manner. 5. Cultivation and Weeding; 6. Irrigation, a Method. b. Amount. c. Time. Id. Effect on sugar conlonl. 7. Harvesting, a. Time, b. Digging, c. Topping, d. 1 Iauling" to factory. 8. Composition. 9. Rotations. "l 10. Varieties. 11. Cost of growing beets per aero, 1 f 12. Enemies. I 13. Feeding Beet Pulp. 14. Beet Seed. a. Bolt, single germ seed. b. Principal places of growth. 15. Mother beets. a. Selecting. (Size, shape and uniformity.) b. Washing. c. Analyzing for sugar content. f d. Storing of siloing (numbering) c. Planting (next spring.) f. Cultivating. g. Irrigation of. h. Gathering seed....

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 5 December 1908

,. . " THE DESKREfT FAEMJ5E Saturday, December 5, y- I r r ' r Mmwmmfwvi&iiiftowm&m0imfi I This jtijk I V08ELER SEEI AND PRODUCE CO. I I iKflSf I HhSP i wi sill all kjnds of I Thanksgiving I GRAIN, SEEDS, POULTRY ; H To meditate delightfully upon what the Lord has done for US. S ttC A X TTN TIT TT H Life insurance is a delightful meditation on what WE have done for J Si Jr P I 1 Pj XJlIU JdUJlV." H OTHERS. It is the best family remedy, because it works when all C ' H- medicines have ceased to act, or HAVE ACTED. It is a DEAD V T A T Q A C TT Q H LIFT. It takes hold where others leave off. It is the strength of the X JL JnL L O Jfo V-i XV O M years of plenty applied to the weakness of the years of want.. Like W M an oak it is oftentimes larger than the man who planted it. M All you have guessed about it may be wrong. If you wish to . , T Gf till and Seeds of all kinds 1 know the truth send for our booklet, "The Plow and' The Why." It ' , "v uwwwg u auw is issued free. , . , 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. — 12 December 1908

, WilH'S iY tit UiAli ;?( . L.Cl TYvUTAU ' fiVlvi: C?5i ! - J5f.rM mtJS 1 I I ?p 4? tf I Ifc wiI1 be vcry sy to show how , ' i aJ ' Witt I I I I iS 3 I ' -m"ch bcttnr it: is to "u for c.ash than- I iVr i)j Pll I I J VOL. V. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DECEMBER xa, 1908. NO. XIX. ' . iv H . f HI t .' ' - 1. 1 1 - ' I . j " ' - - -- - ' -1 " " ' H

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 12 December 1908

I 1 I 2 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, December t 1908. I I AGRONOMY H Edited by Prof. J. C. Hogcnson. H STARTLING FACTS ABOUT MA- H NURE. H Vast Losses Through Lack of Knowl- ft edge in Handling Several Timc- 1 Honored Beliefs Disprovcn H't by Official Experiments. H American farmers lose between ioo and 125 million dollars a year through H wasteful practices in the handling of H manure, according to authorities on H agriculture and fertilizers. The great H bulk, if not all, of this waste could be H easily saved; in fact, it would be saved H if American farmers were German H farmers, or at least it would be snved H by the farmers of Germany or any H other of the old countries where every I ounce of soil fertility is scrupulously H conserved. I The average successful farmer who H may read this statement will say very H complacently: "Why, I wonder how? I It doesn't strike mc, anyway, for I H know the value of good manure and H I use every bit of it that I can get." I But just a. minut...

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

ssi SATURDAY,. DECEMBER' xa, '1908 THE Jj ESERET PARMER "8 tor and plowing it under in the spring ; than were obtained from plowing it under in the fall. So far as it went, this experiment proved the first one. The manure spreader is a compara- , tivcly recent device which is not only a considerable labor saver but a con servator of fertility. The practice of dumping manure in piles in the field and then spreading with the fork is uneconomical and moreover causes loss in fertility unless the manure is spread immediately, which is not al ways possible. For the small farm, hauling and spreading directly from a cart, is, ac- 1 cording to Prof. Spillman, in charge of "Farm Management" at the De partment of" Agriculture', the most economical and satisfactory method, taking into consideration the consid erable expense of a manure spreader and the -comparatively short life of such a machine. Triumph for Fresh Over Rotted Ma nure. , Another instructive experiment was carried on by the Maryl...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 12 December 1908

H i THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, December , 1908 . THJS DESERET FARMER (THAT BIG FARM PAPER) H Combined With "Rocky Mountain H Farming." H Established 1904. H Official Organ of the M Utah State Poultry Association. M Utah Horticultural Society. fl Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protoc ol tive and Commercial Association. M Utah Arid Farming Association. K . - 1 Issued every Saturday by the Dcs- H erct Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Se- H curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake H City, Utah. M Entered as second class matter Dec. M 37, 1905, at the Postoffice at Salt Lake City, Utah. H Subscription price $1.00 per year (Strictly in Advance.) M Discontinuances. H The publishers must be notified in H writing, at time of expiration, when H discontinuance of subscription is de- H sired, and all arrears must be paid. H Advertising rates made known upon H aoplication. The right is reserved to H reject questionable advertising....

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 12 December 1908

j sat.urday; December Vi3,;i9o8. THE D E S ERE T FARMER J5 H i . MOON SIGNS. I A southern correspondent writes us that in his neighborhood they had a dry season, short pastures and but little water for stock, and hence farm ers have been obliged to sell their stock at a sacrifice. He docs not un derstand why farmers should ibe in such hard lines in that particular county in that part -of the country, while in other parts of the state and adjoining states the rainfall has been abundant. He wishes to know why it is, if the moon governs the tides and seasons, that in some sections of a ' state or county it rains and in other parts is as dry as powder. Has the moon anything to do with it? Most certainly not. The same moon shines in his county that shines in the coun f ties where rain and crops have been ' abundant. This moon superstition '' dies hard. In an exchange wc notice a com munication which expresses the views about the moon with which wc were quite familiar when a boy, and whic...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 12 December 1908

I 6. THE DESERET FARMER sat.urday, December &,. xp9. H Wnrrnntmd to Give SatMnoton. I ' Qomhault's I Caustic Balsam Has Imitators But Mo Competitors. I H A Safe, Speedy and Fositlvo Curo for I H Ouik Splint Sweeny, Capned Hook, I Mrunei Tendons, Founder, "Wind m Pal's, and all lameness from Spavin, B XJafboao and other bony tumor. I H (feres all akin diseases or Parasites. H Tkrush, Diphtheria, Remove all I H Bvaehss from Horses or Cattle. 1 H kt a Snmanjlemedy for Rheumatirm, m Ifralas, Boro Throat, oto., Itla Inraluabia. H jSvrr bottlo of Gaustio Balsam sold I Warranted to kIto sntlaUctlun. i'rlco $1.60 H yr bottlo. Bold by drugifltt, or ont by rx- m K mm, okarRM paid, wltn full directions for h, rtraend for dcscnptlvo circulars. H taatiiaoRlaU, oto. Address H ttie Lawrenct-Wllllams Co., Cleveland, 0. n I National Field and Hog Fence BItcs best sorrlcclastslonicest, causes no trouble. Don't uy a fenco until you liavo written about tliln, our I RANGER. HUMANE VAi.i"A,tttrAWKa; ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 12 December 1908

I SATURDAY. DECEMBER is, 1908. THE D F. B Jfi R E T FARMER 7. H selling only the cream. He can make money, too, as he goes along, even with buying half the feeds. Many farms in hilly sections con tain much land that is not fit for cul tivation and would! not pay expenses if it were cultivated. Such hilly fields may be pastured with sheep or goats which will kill off the brush and even ly 'enrich the soil with their drop pings. After these browsing animals have cleared the land of brush and fertilized the soil it may be seeded to native grasses and become excellent pasture for cattle, horses, and other stock, and in time become fertile enough for the profitable production of staple cultivated crops. Wc have seen several instances of repulsive hills being cleaned of brush by sheep and' arc now fertile and covered with a luxuriant growth of blucgrass, and the sheep paid a profit while they were producing these results. - RETENTION OF THE AFTER BIRTH. By Dr.' David Roberts, Wisconsin St...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 12 December 1908

H 8 THE DESERBT TARMlGR satukpay, December 12, 1908. I HOW TO CONVERT BUTTER I FAT INTO REAL HOMEY I Put yonr Cream in thi JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, wire the lids to the cans; see that the name "JENSEN CREAMERY COMPANY, Salt Lake City, Utah," is on the shlppiig tac, alse your name and pest office ad- dress. Take the cans te the nearest railway station; "WE WILL DO THE REST" I YOU WILL GET YOUR MONEY! If you do not have the JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, I write er 'phone us for them; I ise enly the "Blue Top" Cans. JENSEN CREAMERY GO. Salt Lake City, Utah H WANTED Real estate man who H can interest party to assist us lo- H eating monopolizing manufacturing H home industries near natural gas H belt. The product is indispensable H and used by every family three H times a day; cost 5 cents; sells for H 35 cents by the car lor.db. 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 H within the first six months. Interest- H ed parties ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 12 December 1908

- satjjrday, DEcmn&x. i?, x. THJ1 DESillT 7AKM1R " I ABORTION IN COWS. By Dr. David Roberts, Wisconsin State Veterinarian. Many a valuable cow has been dis i posed of at the price of a canncr for the- simple reason that she has abort 1 cd, and for fear that she might con taminate tha herd she has been dis posed of at a loss in this manner. To substantiate this statement your at tention may ibe called to Ycxsa Sun beam, a Guernsey cow, which has long held the world's record. This cow w,as bought out of a stock yard by . one who knew a good cow regardless I of her history and surroundings, and I contend that there arc Yexsa Sun- beams being sold real often as can- ncrs, and the mere fact that a canncr can be developed into the world's champion butter producer is all of the proof that is required to satisfy the average person that wonderful work can be accomplished with cows if they receive the proper care and at- tcntion. For this reason do not dis pose of cows because they have a...

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

I 10 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, December is, 1908. I H S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS S. C. BLACK LEGHORNS FOR SALE, 25 COCKERELS. H No Better Anywhere. I Hagman's LEGHORN POULTRY YARDS 336 N. 2nd West, Salt Lake City. MannnMMMRtaMMHHMMNWHMMnWMMMlMMMMWHHI Why Suffer Witt) Rheumatism When for $1.00 you can be cured for life? My druglcss device docs the work. Send $1.00 to S. L. HAYES, Colonial Hotel, Salt Lake City, and he will send you the device, guaran teed. Reference if desired. Corres pond with me. WANTED. To buy 30 hens and Spring Chickens. 'Phone, Murray, 6o-K or address, Poultry Farm, 786 Scott Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah. I WHITE LEGHORNS j LAYING STRAIN OF COCKERELS 1 Thc&e birds will probably lay as many eggs, right now, as some of your hens Whatl Hens don't lay any eggs now? Well, ncith- , er do these cockerels, but their mothers, grand-mothers and great grand-mothers for thirty-fio generations were selected layers , trom great egg producers and the egg laying habit is transmi...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
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