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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

SATURDAY, JULY 25 1908. THE DESERET FARMER ,9 I A FEW THOUGHTS FOR THE SONS OF FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS. ; Wc take the following article from the annual report of the Cororadc State Board of Horticulture, which was written by Thornton White. ', Sonic one has wisely said that "the farm is the best security wc have for the training and development of young men, who arc to. make the in- tcllcctual force and the moral strength of our community life. It will be ' more than unfortunate if farm life should from any -cause lose its attrac- 1 tions f.or our young men and its mon- i cy profits as well. "The best possibilities for the next fifty years arc to come from the homes on the farms. The farm gives ; ' vigor to the body, great moral strength to the character, and scicn- ' tific research for the mind, all being important elements that enter into the building of men who arc to meet the general dcmaiids of the highest , citizenship." What arc some of the conditions ' that exist today? Th...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

HI 10 THE-DESERET FARMER Saturday, july 25, 1908. I 1 POULTRY H J j I DAN HANSON I j ELSINORE, UTAH i H LICE AND MITES. H Under the head of "Insect Pests, ' H Farmers' Bulletin 287, United Stated H Department of Agriculture, entitle 1 H "Poultry Management," sayS: H Two cLnsscs of external parasite?, H popularly- known as lice and mitcj. H' will be considered here. There arc H several varieties of lice which attack H ppultry. They subsist mainly on the H font hers and perhaps otx the epidermic H scales. They arc found largely oi tin H head and neck, under the wings and H about the vent, and when present in H large numbers they cause the fowls H much discomfort. Persian insoct(pow- H dcr (pyrcthum), powdered sulphur, H and some of the various preparations H on the market, such as the louse H powders, arc good in combating these H pests. The hens can be dusted' with 1 one of these powders after they have Ht' gone to roost. Have the powder in Hi a box with a pcrfpratel coyer, grasp H t...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

Saturday, july sstfS. THE DESERET FARMER "" I saltan matings" and Hie like with no explanations whteer Jit (D flhoir meaning. To he sflreUhe 'experienced fancier into whose hands tliie litera ture conies needs no explanation; such technicalities arc a irt of his stock in trade, but if you please, there arc others beginners mid fanciers in a smnll way people who love the Leautiful and arc nntu rally drawn to the fancy but who have lad no tech nical training whatever in that great est of all schools of poultry culture that of "Dame Experience." For such, the best training school in observation is the average poultry show, where may be seen occasional ly some particularly nice specimen of the Barred Rock, Brown Leghorn, Golden Dotte or Rhode Island Red, and if he lias tried his hand at breed ing any of the particolored varieties, he will doubtless wonder why he has not been able to produce such a beau tiful even color, and if he has been practicing single meting, he may rest assured th...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

H J THE DESERET:rARMER SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1908. H Of all the people in tbt M H world who M Owgkt Not 1 to be without a "Bell" ft H Telephone ft I It is the Farmer! H There are timet when a tofe-ft H phone it so much needed, the ft M being; without it might almoetft m be claaeed as criminal ntegl-i H ' gencc m H ' Whatever the emergency may ft B be, if a telephone is at hand, aid l can be summoned instantly. V H Of times tlie minute thuaft H : saved mark the dividing line be-ft H tween loss of life and property, W H ! and its preservation. ft B Is your household prepared ft H for emergencies Have yu aft H BELL telephone? ft M 1 Get a "Bell" now Don't pro-ft H , crastinate and regret ft I H Jt Everybody everywhere rings ' H ft THIS Bell. I 1 Rocy Monntflia Ball H I TcltfkfeOlM CO. H THE SCENIC LINE H Connecting at Ogden Union H Depot with all H SOUTHERN PACIFIC AND M OREGON SHORT LINE M TRAINS. H The Only Transcontinental H Line Passing jMrectly H Through Salt Lake City. j - "i""" J I...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

I SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1908' THE DESERE T PARMER -43 I I tent uneaten and consigned as scrap.? to the garbage pail. Much the same is true of her intelligence in choosing fabrics that arc durable. Every house hold must have table and bed linen, clothing and5 carpets. The woman buys, that is, chooses, these things, and her intelligence determines the value Of the purchase. Each one may pursue the "subject closely in all its avenues end court back at last to as sent to the proposition that the intel ligence of the woman who spends it determines the value of the dollar which the man has earned. With this truth, then, acknowl edged, what arc you doing to educate your daughter for her responsibility in maintaining a home that shall be a place and an opportunity for the right development of the physical and spiritual nature? A place where a dollar shall buy opportunities for cul ture as well as suitable Pood and shelter? A place where a dollar shall have its very greatest value secured? It 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. — 25 July 1908

H & THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, July as, igo& I SUOfR BEETS 1 PROBLEMS OF BEET CULTURE H IRRIGATION. H Jr , H ,, , By Jesse H. Buffum. Lm . H H Even when grappling with the ru- H alimentary principles of irrigation, wc H arc dealing with nn art and an agri H cultural principle upon the applica- H tion of which swing vast successes or H unlimited failures. Scarcely ican you Hj name a more potent factor in the pro- H grcss of American agriculture than H this gigantic industry whose progress H and almost universal application has H been so marked within the last dc- H cade or two. Wc tare rapidly gaining H a conception of the possibilities of H water artificially applied, and while H present-day accomplishment has fully H justified the loftiest expectations of H earlier dreams, most welcome of all H is the unquestioned development yet H to come. Out of the practical acumen H of the past is to grow a wider prac H ticc of the general principles of irri- H gation, and I derive gr...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

1 Saturday, juLy 25, 1908. THK DESBRET PARMfiR i5 H most beyond -our powers to conceive. H But much of the water that any soil K can store is really of no use whatever B to croppage, and there is a most cx B ccllent reason why. Water in the soil B is of two kinds. That which is of B permanent or material value is held B by tension, capillary power, to each B particle or grain of soil, around which B ,l gathers -and clings as a fine film. B The surplus water, that which ss B tablishcs saturation and not infro B quently is an dement of injury, fills the pores and angles between the grains and soil particles. It is the rapid evaporation of this superfluous and unwanted, useless water, thot es tablishes the injurious capillary pores, cracks and crevices in the soil, creat ing little flues through which the de sirable moisture finally (nd the more easily) follows the saturation water that was never of any use at all. Thus we get fli glimpse, in advance, of what excessive irrigation may b...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 25 July 1908

m i&. ---' THE; PES ERE T FARMER Saturday, july 25, 1908. B " i " i it' Mik E IB ; " ' ;,;-i,:;i,:f-;;- ;" ;j: f , J '. , ,, ...... II I ;.",'' .- 'v, ! "" 's v- f B B , ,- "''A." m B B ? f .'" T '"'?' - . a B I To The Public j I B '? spn . m B H Owing to the recent rapid growth of our business, it has I I H become necessary to increase both facilities and capital; this C " I H has been done. Mr. David Eccles, M. S. Browning and asso- I H ciates have purchased the majority of the stock formerly is- . H ,','&.' sued and have increased the capital to $500,000. Additional i r- H '-s-'i;. ''" 1i-':i' capital will be forthcoming as the growth of the business re- :- A . lii.& ..: quires it. B j HT,, j .... ,, ..,-..... . jos p Burton is General Manager, and is known as :..: : -: r . one .of the best posted Implement and Vehicle men in the a" . H . West. For the past four years he has been prominently con- , , r fl H .tew: ;.': nected with the Salt Lake Hardware Co., and his ma...

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

1 -''" mu?ti!i i ' of M,flfH ', - H H i IP mJ M- rW MLmJ JLw Mmmd ml r-'-'.v r B H I :.,:::--v' N Hi m H H NVH HA H H -4rX:l H H I I HoIa It HI ISIofTlill I b MBlMBBMiwtfBBBmiBBMt, cjjjjjjjjjjjjJjJJjJpjC bw Jrt mx. B 1 H CfrZMll r A Address THe'rEGISTRAR.. A. C U., Lcrf.n. Utah flk y H I VOL. IV. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST i, 1908. NO. LII. II 4, . r vKi 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. — 1 August 1908

I 2 THJ DESERET FARMER Saturday, august i, ,9q8. I ALFALFA t (ONE ' OF NATURE'S RICHEST GIFTS TO MAN1.) - I EMERSON ALFALFA RENOVATOR H Will destroy "weeds and all foreign grasses in your alfalfa fields; loosens the soil to a depth two to four inches, forming a dust mulch which protects m the roots from the sun and holds the moisture which otherwise would B evaporate. m Write us for further information. Sold only by I MILLER -CAHOON CO. H"" PIONEER IMPLEMENT DEALERS OP UTAH L. C. MILLER, Gn'l Mjpr. MURRAY, UTAH THREE CAR LOADS OF REO AUTOMOBILES SHIPPED OUR COUNTRY TERRITORY IN MAY H WHO WILL BE THE NEXT 8Bfcfi5iKlM? TO SHOW WISDOM ALONG WlHfdlftLi THESE LINES, TO SHOW MHjjflCUiCM I APPRECIATION OF MOD SSSSJSSKS I ERN UP-TO-DATE METH- ffivflSS' I REMEMBER A REO AUTOMOBILE CAN BE USED FOR A GREAT MANY PURPOSES TO YOUR H ADVANTAGE. H WRITE AND ASK US ABOUT THIS. I SHARNAN AUTOMOBILE CO. j io-iii W. !. TmrniM it. ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I THE WORLD'S BEST LAYERS ! I ; ' 1 I ' White Orpingt...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

Saturday, august i, i cVa, T H B ' D E S E R B T FARAeI,' - 3 I If you really knew how good the used to he fully appreciated; there wagon itself when put to the Hesse Ludlow is stronger, easier H llcssc Ludlow wagon is, your next is no other wagon just like them. actual test, puts up the tin- riding, and more durable than H wagon would surely be a Hesse, Our talk to you, we hope will disputable arguments of superior- any other wagon now being H Hesse Ludlow wagons must be be convincing, yet we know the ity. In brief, the offered. 1 CONSOLIDATED WAGON & MACHINE CO. i Leading Implement DeaJers H ' ' ' HOUSES AT SALT LAKE, OGDEN, LOGAN, PRICE, UTAH; IDAHO FALLS, MONTPELIER, IDAHO. M JOSEPH'F. SMITH, W. S. McCORNICK, MELVIN D. WELLS, GRANT HAMPTON, GEO. T. ODELL, H President. Vice-President. Secy, and Trcas. Asst. Secy, and Treas. Gcncnal Mgr. H cover a number of acres in that vicin ity, and it was deemed .advisable to place this farm above the point at which the irrigation water wa...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

H 4-r T H E . DiE I.S-15JR XT WMB-R SATURDAY, .AUGUST i, 1908. H THE DESERET FARMER H (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) H Combined With "Rocky Mountain B Farming." H Established 1904. H Official Organ of the B Utah State Poultry Association. - H UUh Horticultural Society. B Utah State Dairymen's Association. M Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. m Bear River Valley Farmers' Protcc- H tt've and Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. P Issued every Saturday by the Dcs- K eret Farmer Pub. Co., Salt Lake Sc- 1 curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake H City, Utah. Wm Entered as .second class matter Dec. m 27, 1005, at the PostofTicc at Salt H Lake City, Utah. M Subscription price $1.00 per year H (Strictly in Advance.) M Discontinuances. M The publishers must be notified in M writing, at time of expiration, when M discontinuance of subscription is dc- 1 sired, and all arrears must be paid. m Advertising rates made known upon 1 application. The right is reserved to M reject questio...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

'SATURDAY, AUGUST; i, 190 3. , THE P E S E R E,T FARltfER 5 I BOKsiiiail;) Double Rivited Felloes; Out- j I lmBBSAS Lightest Running Wagon in I 1 : your profit by handling your fruit nEs& Wmm jnSE I I in one of our Orchard Wagons. Imfep' 1 I OUR ORCHARD WAGON I . I BURTON IMPLEMENT COMPANY I I WX WILL TREAT YOU EIGHT In correspondence and dealings, mention the "Deseret Farmer." OGrDEN, UTAH C fl God stand up in solid phalanx to the number of io,ooo and say that calum ny shall cease and the fairest spot tho bright sun shincj upon shall come in to its own and the ki&yof truth's sun shine shall rest upon it forever. Salnva Call. o . A COMPARISON AND A THOUGHT ON AP PRECIATION. A'comparison of conditions existing i here in Utah with those that confront ! . our Eastern and Southern neighbor would give rise to the thought, "arc ' we as fully appreciative of our blessed, virgin Wcstws we should be." j! We, here, arc confronted with few f of the things that make the life of the I Ea...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

H H 2. , THEDESERBT FARMER Saturday, august i, 1908. H WrM'I'Gttt sMf ra mhftt MfMiMHWfii I Qambmiit I Caustic Balsam Kit Imitator But No Cempitittrs. H A. Si, Spedy sad Positive Cure for H Data. Ballet I weeay, CaiMa JTok. ' MraiiM Teaa'sas, raunsar, "Wla j JJ 11 ! frm faavia, H jsftaas a4 athsf fcMT tHBMrt, H tara all aiata aaaaaaat ar ranwitM. j Taraafc, SJyfctfearia, Xnhtm ftU H 1 lm fraat Xmm r OatUa, H Iftaaaa, Sara Threat, ate., It hi limtuafcu H JC"' feattte of Oauatlo JWaam sold Is H par batata. Sold by dniHMt. or snt by ex. H P"', etukTSf paid, wltii full directions for H Ms aha, MrSand for dcscriptlra circular!. M awMwaiala, eta. Arfdraas nw m xlh Uwrtitct-WIIHims C., Clmlantl, 0. H KmW TftADC MARKS LaB 'Ml Designs H TffJ" Copyrights Ac Anyona iwidlng a nkelch and deacrlntlon may j nulokly lucortaln our opinion free wliothor an BBJ litToiillnn Is probably nntoiitabla. Communion, i tlons strictly conlldontlnl. HANQBOOK on Patents BB tant r roe. Oldest neoncy for aocurliifr...

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

I SATURDAY, AUGUST ' ' i? ifm. T H 'E D. B S ERE T T A R M'E R ' T I j 'fcpuiation for thc GrariU Valley "Knits. The present high value of the fruit I lands in Western Goforado is -due t ... more to the efforts of this lassociation Tlian to any other one factor. This association has been able to obtain better prices for its growers than they could possibly obtain through any other source. This fact has been so thoroughly demonstrated to tlw growers through Grand Valley for the last few years that practically ail of them, have found it to their -advantage to ship their fruit through thio association. Co-operation among the growers is the only plan by which they will ever realize the market value of their fruit. There is no question but what if these same methods .ire adopted by the growers of Utah they also will realize for their better prices than ever before. The Grand Junc tion Association has consented In handle the car lot shipments of Utah fruit this season which is sure to pro...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

jrv . gHEffigjSERET frAlRM;ER , Saturday, august i; xqgfr I DfllRYINO,'; H THE THIRD ANNUAL DAIRY H SHOW WILL BE HELD AT . H CHICAGO, IN THE COLI- H SEUM-, DEC. SECOND V H TO TENTH IN- H CLUSIVE. H H Tho time and place for holding dhc sH H Third Annual Dairy Exhibition was H given much consideration. The cx- H hibitors of machinery prefer the win-, Hj tcr months far displaying their goods H: and the exhibitors of live stock would H like to liavo the Dairy Show held 1 icmxly in October or at the close o.' H the State Fair season. The officers H being anxious to please both the cat- H tic and machinery exhibitors, brought H this matter before the stock holders H at tlvc regular (annual meeting and H discussed very thoroughly the most H suitable time for holding thchOw. H It was finally decided to hold it not HI later than December 15th; the -exact. l (fates and place was left to the m Executive Committee. H It is dosirad .to make this Daily H Show a strong representative of all H dair...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

-jsffTURDAY, august i, is. THE D E S E R B T T A R MXE R t I fc GOOD WAY FOR FARMERS 1 TO START A BANK . ACCOUNT! Gt a lot of good cows and a hand ..separator. Write to the ELGIN DAIRY, Salt Lake City and they will send you some ELGIN RED CANS. Fill the cans with cream; ship to the ELGIN. Keep on sending every week; then on the ioth of the follow ing month the ELGIN will tend you i pay for all the cream you delivered the previous month; then start your bank account, but keep on shipping cream as long as you have any use for money! FRUIT AND FERTILITY. r.i . ' "Next to tomatoes it has been found that strawberries make the least dc- .mand on the soil. An acre of ground producing 6ooo pounds of berries will be called on to give up only eight and one-half pounds of nitrogen, thrc.. pounds of phosphoric acid, and ten T pounds of potash. In other word 3 $t the land will have to put only about one-tenth as much plant food into a crop of berries that it would into a crop of corn. The berrie...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

10 THE D131RBT FARMER Saturday, august,, i, i9q8 FrourtRY 1 H TREATMENT 'FOR MITES. t Hj pray, or 'apply with whitewash HI brilsh, i strong solution of salt and H water (brine); the "hotter the better; H scalding if convenient. Soak up all B woj3(I-work infested with mites. fcatT H up ' thoroughly and sprinkle floor ot H hods' ?nd sides with air-slacked lime. H Throw it everywhere roof, sidcj, H flocjr. One thorough going ovcf'yft'rt' HI a figh follow-up in a, week "will fiu H ishftl.cmitcs.-d'S.G.1 Al ,y- H I i; THE DUCKS?! Wtl-I H I " v.-l--'f h ?uv!i H j C. S. Gorline. Hi rr r,, . f , t, H Written for thcDcserctjjEarmcf. h H There pre millions oft 'English Hi speaking people v!iq 'arc unorc or, Jcssj HI familiar with the species of fowl, , HI whose chief characteristic that of HI plunging beneath the water, hence, Hi a duck which has acquired a name Hj and a place tin the poultry yard that H is second to none. When, the curtain H of liistory was rung up on the stig. H of life man...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

Saturday, august i, 1908. TH?1! DE'SERKT FARMIJl -11- GOOD FOR OGDEN AND WEBER COUNTY. Canners Say That Indications Point to Greatest Fruit and Vegetable Crops in History. Information given out by the vari ous canning companies of Ogdcn City and Weber county indicate that this year will be the banner year in the matter of the fruit pack. From the reports received at the factories from iall parts of the county and adjoining counties the fruits arc in better shape than they have been in years. The fruit growers of this district hive taken greater care of thoir trees during the 'past year or so, and the trees havcbcen free from all the in fections. Pears, apples, apricots, peaches and cherries will be very plentiful and the oanncrs will get all they can use. On account of the heavy rain storms which kept back the crops in May and June, the tomato crop will be a little later than usual this year. It is ex pected, however, that the harvest will begin in the first week of September o TIME...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

H -jj THE D W E It E T -T A R MBR Saturday, august i, 1908. H Ol afl the paopla in the H world who Oiigfct Not H a W witfxwt a "BelT H Tekphona It is the Farmer H There art tfanea when a tele- , H labors U to rawck needed, that H a sing without it might almost H f ba classed m criminal wegl-. IgeMce, Whatever the emerg ency may j ke, if a tekphone is at hand, aid ' can b ntnmoMd instantly. , Oftbn the minute tbtti aarad mack tht dividing line bev , twtaa lose of Ufa and property. a4 its preservation. , It your household prepared for emerjancies Have you a BELL telephone? Gat a "BeiT nowDon't pro-! ' m m crastinate and regret I H Everybody eTacywhara rings ' H , THIS Ball, H ! Rocky MonaUria BeU H Trftpfcoii Co. aaV H THE SCENIC LINE H Connecting at Ogden Union H Depot with all H SOUTHERN PACIFIC AND H OREGON SHORT LINE H TRAINS. H Tht Only Transcontinental M Lint Passing Directly m Throuch Salt Lake City. J I Spleadidly Equipped Faat Jfc TraiM Daily fcetwcea fl Ogden and Denver Via ...

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