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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 December 1908

m I m SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26 1908. TH DSS2RJBT FAKMIR '45 I V and knowledge. Even the greatest jH men of antiquity made this provision. 9 Julius Caesar and Alexander, took S particular pains to distinguish them- M selves in the arts and sciences. We have today many of the writings of j the former which fully justify the po- M sition lie was given among the learned ' men of his day. As far as Alexander M is concerned, it is a known saying of his, that he was more obliged to ' Aristotle who had instructed him than i to Philip who had given him life and 1 an empire. Plutarch and Aulus Gcl- I litis record a letter which he sent to I Aristotle upon hearing that the latter i had published those instructions which Iliad been given Alexander in private. - It reads: "Alexander to Aristotle, greeting. You have not done well .to publish your books of Select Knowledge; for j what is there now in which I can sur pass others, if those things which I have been instructed in arc communi cated to eve...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 26 December 1908

I 16 M'JI Dimil f JlAMSR SATURDAY, DEdEM'BEtf 6, 1908 I B tfninmKtri 1 i'i1 " -"" rt'll'l'ft'rTnrrTifY I B at BBaBBa BtBMBSjBBBBBBSBCSBBwVCCSBSBBBBBCSwL. lBCSSBBwBSBEi mimsA BHBSOBBJl XflBuQr'SSvwL.,HBBBBSSSSSSCSSSSSSSSvMSf BVs C BsIbVC mwmVbs ?bVmVmvmbVmsbQIbV1b0SbvBw i JBwMBVflBvsi n i i BVI I The AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE OF UTAH 1 I I wishes to call your attention to the following array of WINTER WORK begin- I H ' K nin8 January 5, 1909 and extending through the winter months. Jl H Dn irvifl O From January 5th to February 1st in the splendidly equipped college dairy you h xzxx y xxxg are given actual practice, under expert supervision, in the making of butter ana4 I H cheese, m operating the separators and Babcock tests, in pasteurizing milk, operating a creamery, H etc. In the class room, talks on all these processes and on the care and management of the dairy H herd are given by specialists of long training, both from the A. C. U. and other schools. H Siiryo f We Af CZrr'xrit-i rr ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

- s Hm . " "i.U.Cf YY-UTAH v I it l fl PJR ' T H . .., J . BSI ' jpjBpMBMpMpMpMpI - K ' ma" i iiiuiiiii 1 ii . " i i II """" J M k pjpBi jj h j . , v- H V k; H WSk B PPJ "flS pppsftv iiBI ppj KK CmSjbi lB," ,''k ppHlApBt 9Pppp1B PB KB lB 'pPJ pjflpfpr-x H H pjpjpbpbpjp WWPWtf iBBHBBf ipBBBBBB fJPBJji j. HMHIVbpjbVbb H H jLfpfj PBflPPx' f .PPPJ H PPMBBHHMBBBi llfBtil I VSVHklaaf HlalflBIHIHHHv PJJJ'''JPPb PBa PBVM VkB HE 'B I pppp JItVBlyI iHnVVVUvlffVHSdS. I pfl afl B H VOL. 5; tiQ. XXII. SflLT LAKE CITY, UTAH JANUARY 2, 1909 I ,' ., . B W. railroad and the good' 7nTopTF"0r PB H H' ' w ---33 Adli long be remembered Kcst c$lnj3P ', H w-H K, makes a mo$ v ' b iwi ; '-Op.pB ..., -guests of the occasion. IS ,ar l, PPJ M ppv , . . ,iMnfl.,Tj.,,,rT1-' w-.w ,..,,. i PPPJ 'PPJ LV' Especially. notable was the welcome yJHHHMHHH H mI ppHpM iippppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppp ft ,b ' .f jTwtiltppppppH ppLLV 4ppps by thold at Welling- JBBB&m SipH BLl .pfl K ton the IpPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPHIiipj...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

H THJC Dlfll&H I AEMJtK w SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, iqoq I I I LIVESTOCK H THE HORSE. M A Popular Error. H In rlic hadling oflive-stock I do H nut kn6v of a mistake so common H among all classes of men, aside from H the veterinarian! than the one con- B nectcd with the common colic of the B horse Scarcely without an exception H hen Ulg horse is cramping from the H colic, lid ib thought to have something B the ninttcr with his kidneys. Cramps fl in the fntcstiucs from accumulation H of gastfs or some irritating food H cause l)im to stretch himself with the H fore and hind feet wide apart. No H doubt this gives some relief by tight- H oning the muscles across the abdo- B men. It is not an indication of any HL- fault with cither the kidneys or the g bladder. It is a physiological face H that spasm in the bowels acts rc- B (lcxly upon the bladder, making this B latter organ inoperative for the time M being. The remedy, in almost every B case, ism'trc, or some remedy dircct- H cd to relie...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

I SATURDAY,- JANUARY 1909. yTjfeE I D Jl S Jft J8 1 tT f AAM1& .. 'Atf I F R AN K I A MS I - '... t -!.',, 'tK. m.Mi M fr"':X?sk'',f ' ''" ' jfaBBHI .BSBBT 'yBSBBBBT BSavBABaBBSBBaBSBVBaflBSBBSABaBBawBHHflEaBBfeBBBVBvaw SPiB MHHnyRBKiHH mBHKHllHHHmH asv jSSeibW 1aBBBBBVBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBft,34fiE'.j., V,B...H ubiii VHBH SbBBb furmsh'CQ-bpp JIIMIMPJVKflviiP H' '-aH """"-'' HA aLsaC It W. railroad and the good people oiWllHBfeYv-B 'jB C' '"iif .bbbbbbbbi LbbbbW , v . -guests of the occasion. Kirtv MBR . ? ( B jittfli Wiiiin " bbbv bbbbbbbbbI au Especially, notable the 9k aBBBBBaBBBBMVRaaBBBBBBBBBBVB&ir aaV aaBBBBBaaV K given by thcftold pioneers at Welling- Mv' l0ljiJ BaaLalBBBBBV MiBBBBBBBBBBBBHBaW sH Er2!K Kk ton and the splendid banquet given jBk ' Lsam lHMHBh' -"flK flffii Mr ' --Uic good citizens there to the vir s r- HVHttk BaH 1 , ..t-?'.T"Uiect there is a splo . . bbbbV saaBBBBBBBBBBal IKEY BOYS Push, I rush., -tire '.breeding of U 4 4BIG DRAFTERS' and big high acting coa...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

I . jH BJ&a-JBRJBg lJt AJt'MJR ... --SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1909. 1 I THE DESERET FARMER H (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) H Combined With "Rocky Mountain H Farming." H Established 1004. H Official Organ of the H Utah State Poultry Association. H Utah Horticultural Society. H Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protec- H tive and Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. H Issued vcry Saturday by the Des- eret Farmer Pub Co.. Salt Lake Se- curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake City. Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. H 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt Lake City, Utah. H Subscription price . $1.00 per year H (Strictlv in Advance.) H Discontinuances. The publishers must be notified in writing, at time of expiration, when H discontinuance of subscription is de I, tired, and all arrears must be paid. Hi Advertising rates made known upon Bj aoplication. The right is reserved to HF-sir reject questiona...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

I SATURDAY, JANUARY 1909, T JljS P E R .T FARMER 5 H 11 ' '-- ligcntly and adopted the newest mcth R ods. Wc venture to say, however, that an income of one hundred, two H hundred, and even three hundred dol 1( lars per acre is not uncommon, cs- pecially when the lands have been adapted to growing fruit and where '1 the farmer understands his business. 4 I'" PRICE RIVER VALLEY: With the opening of the new canaj on the Price River and the filling of j the Mammoth reservoir some 20,000 r acres of choice agricultural land is added to Utah's quota of agricultural lands. The writer had the pleasure , through the courtesy of Manager W. D. Livingston of the Irrigated Hands Co. of witnessing the opening of tjiis 1 canal. The occasion was a delight- fM" fajfrgnc the splendid entertainment furnisnettabythe company, the R. G. W. railroad "ancl tlic good people of makes' a "iSf H g be remembered .. . -guests of the occasion. m Especially. notable was the welcome given by thcfold pioneers at Wcll...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

H lea n. MJBDJBAJBAXTJPAJKM JK;jt Saturday, -January ?, i9og.- I I Modern Sheep: I BREEDS AND MANAGEMENT. H DY "SIIEPMGRO BOY." H --j This Is n book tlint ovorr H 5PIbh Bhcor mnn Bhould Lnvo. S" Itlflundoubtodlythobc3t H iSiSCs-' book ovor written on H Itf. ti -sJl flbcop, na it is from tho H Wll rrZ2fiS& I"1 f n prnctlcnl shop H tir VrfZi. iionl. whoso oxporienco H P? I ejfiSirsiJ liasbcemvldoandvarlcd. H Pi" L2 Itcoutnltw nonrly aw paeea of pnekod (not pndded) mutter, which moatm nn oquivnlont to 700 pngoa of eorao Blmllnr works. It la beautifully . . i Illustrated with over 100 I Amrff half-tones, mul ita mib H ,1' .mitM' Joctanrot rented In eight M Otf porta: Hlatory nnd j III -J IJrooda; General Jinn- --"" nginiont; Shoop Mnn H u -" nwinontln tho western BtntosjFHtlngforShow; ThoRnialnorof "nothouBo" or Bprinpr Lambs; Dressing Hhoop nnd Lnmlffl for Market; Poa- tnroa, Forngo Crops, Etc.; nnd DIsonsos. No mnttor what booka you hnvo on shcop, your llbrarv ia decidedly incompl...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

1 SATURDAY, JANUAR'Y,v?.nW9f ? Bffi D Al.' . Al J L I M . . . I The hoofs shoulchnot-be-allowedito? 1 grow long in the winter. .Keep them 1 trimmed, or he may go stumbling 1 along or seriously injure his feet by . f bronking the hoof when driven over j rough 'ground. I Watch the horse's mouth. File off P the sharp projections on his teeth, I and don't let him suffer with a de ll cayed or ulcerated tooth. It is well U to have a veterinarian examine his teeth occasionally. When working a horse- in the win--tcr, if he is high-lifcd foe kind and n easy with him. Get him excited -and he may balk or run away. Be surcjh,c harness fits him perfectly and start him off slowly if the morning be snappy and cold. I n J SOMETHING FOR STOCKMEN. Mr. Joseph Barker, the well known enterprising farmer and stockman in I" the communication printed below makes a most magnificent proposition lo anyone willing to do some hustling for the farmer's friend and servant, i the "Dcscrct Farmer." He will pay you ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

8 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, January 2, 1909. I HOW TO CONVERT I UTTER - I FAT INTO REAL MQHEY I Put your Cream in the I JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, I wire the lids to the cans; I see that the name "JENSEN I CREAMERY COMPANY, Salt I Lake City, Utah," is on the I shipping tag, also your I Rime and post office ad- I dress. 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 hare the I JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, 1 write er 'phone us for them; I " ise only the "Blue Top" 1 Cans. m JENSEN CREAMERY CO. If Silt Lake City, Utah H FOR SALE. 20 milk cows, Hi 10 of which are registered Jer- HI ,ey' Apply to I S. J. LUNT, HI Ncphi, Utah. L MOSELEY'S P Occident Creamei Mm nd Refrigerator comu JP If SJKSS? Moseley & Prltcliird Mfg. Co, H iriuen CLINTON, IOWA BR FOR SALE. Arid land in Cedar U Valley; 520 acres, adjoining Cedar Hm Fort field; mile from town and ML r railroad station; $5,000 part cash, I balance time. Address, I SAMUEL ST...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

1 '-SATURDAY, JANUARY '2, 1909. T K E P M 31 fc M.t T A. E M R -y- .,-9 H THE APIARY BEES AID THE GROWERS. & .. . . "Give the bec a chance and it will literally break the boughs of your - trees with the weight of fruit." ' ' Frank G. Odcll of Lincoln, Neb., bee-master, who gave a scries of dem onstrations 'ith 50,000 bees at the National Apple" Show in Spokane, December 7 to 12, made the foregoing observation in the course of an inter view, discussing bee-keeping, scien tific agriculture' mid . fruit l growing. He said: - "The bec is thcxpcrt assistant of the horticulturist and the farmer. So J indispensable arc its functions' in the pollination of fruits, vegetables, ocr- eals and gra-sscs that its activities may be said to lie at the foundation of all X successful agriculture. Nature has ordained one supreme law, that of creation, the pcrpctua'tion of the race y type. This law, universal in its ap- ' plication and absolutely identical in its form, obtains in the plant world as...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

H H TH& HXggEgr fi&MER SAXUJRDAt JANUARY a, . 1909, H ' " ' ' - . . - -- Tijp, lf , 11 I 'They Look Good to Mel" : H That's What Everyone Says about I "MANDY LEE" I Incubators and Brooders m With the new models there is absolute- ly no GUEbSWORKHeat, Mokture I H and Ventilation, measured and regulat- H ed to a Scientific nicety j j 2 I Porter-Walton Co. i Bpv' ; Salt Lake City I I j Agents for Utah and Idaho 1 HI j FREE CATALOG UPON REttUEST I i-j California M Sunshine, Fr&$&nd Flowers ; Htf Is within 24 hours of your very door. It's the place for rest Hn 1 and recreation, health and pleasure. Fishing, Golfing, Automo- H"' biling, Yachting and other out-door sports may be indulged in ', H every day in the winter. V W j $50.00 Round Trip I Hkj Is the fare and tickets arc good six months for return. Ask the m B Salt Lake Route i HP Man to tell you how you can go to Southern California and J R return via San Francisco at a slight additional cost and stop- 3 P over most ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

I SATURDAY.-. jANUARY'V4ii T H " 0 FA-ilftflF ,i I nir and a chance for independence I find profit, and Mary set bravely to I work. She loflked after her own ad- vertising, answered all corrcspond- (Mftii $j4h, looked after the incubators and -brooder and the little chicks, while a hired man did all of the heavier work and the orders came in and the busi ness grew and today the ranch is all paid for and the income is sufficient to keep Maraud the children com- fortabfy, andtUc, business is stilly I growing. How .much better this life !L of free independence with something !to live for ami something to donvith hands and (brain than helpless depend ence and deplorable niourningjpfor that which has been, but can ljc no more. ) Hut, you insist these plants arc-not' commercial poultry plants but dcvQt- i'ed to the fancy and if devoted to market productions would not besus , taining. Strictly speaking, Hiat is not true. The last one mentrbned, espec ially. There the fancy istonly a pro fi...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

If . - . - -1 I N H - I , II III m W W 1 Ul WWM I P l H MiSiKhMimjBB jj 1 1 b m fii m I 1 BUY A FARM 1 I ! HEALTH And WEALTH H AWAIT THE MAN WHO I H SECURES A HOME IN 1 H ONE OF THE FERTILE J H FRUIT-GROWING AND 1 H AGRICULTURAL VAL- 1 H LEYS OF UTAH OR 1 H COLORADO. I The Denver t Rio Grande H REACHES THEM ALL. . I I Green River Valley Grand River Valley ; San Pete & Sevier 1 m Valley 1 ' Price Valley 1 H : AND MANY OTHERS 1 K WRITE FOR INFORMATION M m ; I.A.BENTOM.G.A.P.O. j. H SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH j P, ; A FARM TELEPHONE I HKy " 9avc cnou8h horseflesh W Bf-f ' anJ t"ne every month to pay m HflPr cost fr year, and-flp'm f emergencies, when tim?MrHfc HfK the big thing, it may sve IV H Kr your home and your life. S HJf Thousands of farms in 'this Jf, Hj$p( country are now equipped ' JJT 7 with telephones and yon Bi'' could not persuade one of os 1 these farmers who has prov- M k ' ed its value to allow his tela- m R phone to be removed. K Hf It helps to make farm life Hf plesant...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

I 1 I I Saturday, JANU&WS. , 9oS. THE DEjtEREI FARMER .! 13 I continent? You can 'alk all you I k please of the rivalry of Seattle and I Portland and San Francisco and Los F Angeles, but here is the ideal, the L farmer's center, the home building Sentcra magnificent railroad center, the tremendous hub around which will grow a community that will corrcs- i " pond with the apple, a community that will-gnnkc every county seat, every count?Jtevcry township n garden I of Eden, arulthcy won't need any I cxplusions. i. f M' "You have appldS here, and pcToplc a here from every plJce, fronii the'bend- I ing palmctto)Wtnc sunny south to I the frozen lakcsof the northjfcfrom J the turbid waters of the Atlantic on ji ."tjvc cast to the waters of the peaces it fitl Pacific on the west. ThcyMiSvc , - come here to bow down to the grcat- f J est country on earth, -and rown the apple king, queen and tairfhc rest of the royal family." Jr Governor Albert E. Mlad, delivered the address of welcome i...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

' !W B & JB H bl jL Z W ' TH D,JC -JKR JE Tt JFAKMJ5K satujrY'JANUAKY.. 1909 I I (These Offers Still Hold! V " "" 11 ': You need many ofHhe iiitful articles enumerated btlow l and WE NJEED, MORE NEW SUBSCRIBERS. I B ,t L- r 4 r Efr,US CO-CXPERATE! H MOW TO SUPPLY OUR MUTUAL WANTS H If you will send us in some subscriptions you may avail yourself of H f flfc following list of valuable articles as per each offer contained therein. H These artiqlcs are bought by us from the great AUERBACH store, Salt B Lake City,, and have their guarantee of being standards for the prices. m r H ,No, 1. Men's unlined tan kid gloves, No. 10. Boy's Golf caps, No. 4817, H nancy silk-stitched corded backs; cheviots, cassimercs anid tweeds, a H snap fasteners; beauties, and just topnotcher, for only two subscribers. H tlfc correct, swell thing for a young No. 11. Pair beautiful imitation tor- H gentleman's present. ( Given for toise shell side combs, No. 4353, H three new cash subscribers. heavy top, hi...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

V SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, tgog Til DMLB&XT ffAJUfAfc 15 1 BJ 1 1..ji-... . BJ .- . " i-. . ...... I MMHHMMHHHHMnMaHH MMHHMnHHHMMHHHniMHN H I T "Loading Implement Dealers," Utah,jt8o ho, NevadfS: Wyoming. Main Offices Salt JLaka, Utah H fs . CflpietUllaoflii & telie Co. I C ' ' i w bbbI 5"UIC!?i! ?? W f1? t2.T! I I'Zf ? Mclvin D WWI" S"Trr- N OB&MLL Qaiic, X BraackM: Idako FUs, Montpchtr IcUfco I W. S. McCormck, Vice-Pret f Grant Hamptoa, Arf. Sc-Tr. jJPft-, ' . , i . W I - ' ! y TlKfman who is 111 the biggest hur- ry to sec the "bossV is usually the A man the "boss" is in tjic biggest hur- B x" ry to get rid of K 1 When the "old man" says he will be back in five minutes, don't bclicvcS it. It takes longer than that to put ice in the glass. ; 1 oyr It's a pleasure to rcfcr.you to Sweep's Common Strut Bobsleds. The genuine mind you. Thre are many makes pattemed after the Sweet's, but they all lack the Sweet's ability to "climb up" the snow to slide along the top and not gouge...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 2 January 1909

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Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 9 January 1909

WH'gSTY &F ttAU JH H . . H : ' VOL. 5; WO. XXIII. ' SALT LAKE GITY, UTAH JANUARY 9, 1909 I 1M H' H Hcli&jkt f'S'KSiaHBw' fiSSSSSBSr rf"lfflBBIiH8?lliHWHwKB 1 '1 ii H iw'- j - t ! " . ' ""jffBBBBBBIBBBBBMB H M J I HORTICULTURE: Utah continues to forge to I I I ! I the front as a leading Horticultural State I ; ..- M I LJS11,m1,m---J-.1l1L-! 11 ' ,1111 .1111) . mi ' "mmMmmmmmlmvmZSr M

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 9 January 1909

Liiiw J ? THJB DJRRET FARMER -. SATURDAY, JANUARY g; go. fl m 111. m I I ARID FARMING H BEST YEAR ON RECORD FOR H UTAH DRY FARMS. Every County Reports Marked Ad- B vancc in This Method of Rc- claiming the Desert in the m Arid Regions. H Large Tracts Placed Under Cultiva- H lion, and Average Yield of 'Twch-, H ty Bushels of Wheat Per . B ' )crc ScQlircd. ,- Revolution is the only wordl'that H describes wtfat is going on among the H farmers of Utah. This refers espec- H inlly to dry farming. Not in all "tlic H yars that preceded was there as. much K progress mad'c in the solution of the m dry farming problem as was made in m the year now drawing to a close. It f may be in the past year that the state was but reaping the fruits from -seed B sown in other years, of experiments B running back through a scries of m years. Be this as it may, the fact re- H mains that in 1908 in Utah dry farm- H iug emerged from the realm of cx- H purimont nd took its place among H the well established indu...

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