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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1909. THI DliUlT FARMER 11 H ncss on too small a scale to use an incubator and have a few Plymouth Rock hens for setting. I wish to know if there is any danger of mix ing the two breeds on account ot cockerels running with Rock hens? The. eggs tire easily enough told, and I wish to set only Leghorn eggs. N. P. FACKRELL, Blackfoot, Ida. Answer by C. S. Gorlinc. There certainly is. Just as well drop a live coal of fire into a basket of shavings and expect it not to burn as to allow Barred Rock cockerels to run with Brown Leghorn hens, with the expectation that the breeds will not mix. DROOPING TAIL FEATHERS. Wellington, Utah, Mar. 8, '09. Editor Dcseret Farmer: Some of my chickens drop their tails just as though they were broke down. Will you please tell me what is the mat ter with them, and what to do for them. They arc peart and cat hcar ty. I feed wheat, oats and' wheat bran; luccrn leaves for greens. H. A. PINEGAR. Answer by C. S. Gorlinc. Ovarian weakness symp...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

H i TKJE PllBltlT rAIMH Saturday, march 13, 1909. I IBUYAFARM1 I HEALTH And WEALTH M AWAIT THE MAN WHO 1 m SECURES A HOMX IK 1 M ' ONE OF THE FERTILE S B : FRUIT -GROWING AND 1 H AGRICULTURAL VAL- 1 B LEYS OF UTAH OX 1 H j COLORADO. J H The Denver t Rio Grande M REACHES THEM ALL. Ctoh Valley Fruit Distict Green River Valley Grand River Valley San Pete t Sevier M Valley Price Valley H AND MANY OTHERS M IWniTI TOW INFORMATION ', I.A.BENT0N.6.A.P.D. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH f A FARM TELEPHONE Will lave enough horseflesh and time every month to pay H M itf coit for t year, and in , M emergencies, when time is , 1 tlie big thing, it may lave m i your home and your life. H Thousands of farm la tkk , m ' country are sow equipped M wkh telephones and yon K could not perauadt one of m these farmer who haa pror- m ed Ita value to allow hi tele- H phone to be removed m It helps to make krm life M pleasant and savea money. m You owe it to yourself to n ' Have a telephone on YOUR B farm. Call on the...

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

SATURDAY, MARCH 13, ipofl. THI5D;ESiIIlTJFARMJ:K, i& H TO THE GRUMBLER. Lon J. Haddock. Why not stop your everlasting grumbling at the boys? What if they do get out at times and make a little noise? Do you think God made a boy to sit up like a toy, And never sec, nor fed, nor taste, any of life's joys? I Don't tell again how very mily you I were when you were young. That you were the sweetest psalm of peace was ever sung. Jtfobody will believe you, you let your mind deceive you, Or else your better judgment is per verted by your tongue. Why boys ' arc always boys through all the world the same. And he's looked on as a "sissy" that stays out of the game. There's no harm in a racket, when there's manhood there to back it, And wholesome fun, and healthful recreation it its aim. Then stand .behind the boys, and you'll find' they'll stay by you. Whoever knew a boy worth anything to be untrue? If you make a boy your friend, He'll be yours right to the end, And God be thanked the "nois...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

H ,, . T'fll Dma&BT rAEMJKE SATURDAY, MARCH 13, ipop I Horticulture M CONDITIONS AFFECTING THE H PRICE OF FRUIT IN igo8. H Address Delivered Before the Recent H j Meeting of the Utah Horticultur- HS ' i al Society, by John F. Moore of m ' Grand Junction, Colorado. H B 'This subject has possibly been the B most general topic of conversation, B discussion and publication for the B past 4 or 5 months among the fruit m glowers, shippers, jobbers and rctail- H ers- pi any one subject pertaining to H this great industry, and 190S will go H down in trade annals as the year of H extremes, a year of poverty and plcn- H ty, a year that tried the dealers' souls B as well as the growrcs, a year that B proved the wisdom of organization over and over again. There seems to be one cause that all arc ageed upon, that 'being the "financial strin gency" and there is no question but what this was the chief among the dis turbing elements. We must look to the laboring man for the consumption of the g...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

SATURDAY, MARCH 13, igog. Til 0XSIKCT FA&MIK l , H , ... ......... . m tory as the heaviest ever known, yet 1" it is my opinion that the quantity was not the prime cause ot low prices, as I believe under normal con ditions and proper distribution with careful attention to high quality, an equal production could be placed in the hands of the consumers at rea sonably good' prices and profit to the growers. With increased production, more care must be given to quality and packing; every car of inferior fruit carelessly packed and placed on the market will tend to decrease the va lue of fancy stock and to such an extent that growers who arc anxious to get something out of the inferior fruit will be the loser considerable niorc than the profit realized from such sale. 1 While the past year has 'been very unsatisfactory in many respects, the experience gained Icannot help but be beneficial to those who have been observing, and should tend to create an endeavor on our part to eliminate...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 13 March 1909

j I ..'...... -1. ... . 4 I f VOGELER SEED CO. J ; MR. FARMER: Have you ever no- &$ BROMUS INERMIS I H ticed how much better crops some h $Kfgl 0 H, people produce on their f rms than "W3W" f al1 tQe varieties of cultivated ' " . H, : do othen; notwithstanding each AWSw. grasses this can be considered the 1 m , ; givei the land and crops the same Mil best and most promising for this I ' , Ptakin2care? TOM Part of the country. It is well I m ;: Did you ever stop and think what ISIBPJ adaPted hay and pasturage, ?" 1 was the cause? If you did you no ii If II r my hll ' i, 1 doubt found that the teed planted 1 Hffl Aff produces a heavy yield withstands ; Bf j wis at fault. U i W JuU Mm if tni) extreme co an( as a drought re- V ' GOOD SEEDas the7first requisite fflMlHIaf ri sister bas no equaL K wiU grow : K; , to success, Witnout this your efforts jfflli f on a11 kinds of soil. Stock of all K may be expended in vain, therefore 'MWy BwN kinds eat it greedily, and it is very L see to ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

I t H I ?L!!!.' ' 7 - f m if -,r ,-i n , - v,) t t,, , - ,.,,. ,,fc H B HflHIH. flMHMBfe MHHM J?l ,PB H jH H H v MTIf. Sf j-rjr StTyy ' vn2JH Ib H 1 H lives i iViUs&kriBMrc-"- JlaJfLB dBfiSS55SSiKSHHHHHHiSS5S - VOL. 5; HO. XXXIll. .SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH MARCH 20. 1909 I I POKTER-WALTON CO. I I I Plants, Bulbs, SEEDS, Shrubs, Flowers I I I EVERYTHING FOR LAWN, GARDEN' AND FARM ' II ! I "lm 1I w"re I I I QHHBMflHHHb Tests I I I illlJIHHJHHHJI ' I I M ""- -.A. Cut from, our Ccntcrvillc T al Grounds M I ' H -JWhere we TEST OUR SEEDS 1 I IB ASK FOR CATALOG . H I POULTRY SUPPLIES I 1 , I AKT Famous MANDY LEE LNgg$$g: I 1 H A Scientific CertaintyNo Guesswork H vatilffl I PORTER-WALTON GO., s i city I f ... ..., ,, . . t , I " JiJ.l Jl j i. j ii i i-i i ! -. i ii,.- TT7mm7mm77? ,. , & gnjj I Jl V 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. — 20 March 1909

I ' 1 j: ' ' ''f :- THE D BSE RET FARMER ' Saturday, march 20, 1909-- 4 "LION BRAND" H Spraying Materials H For 20 years we have been manu- H facturing spraying materials our H reputation and experience insures H you the lowest prices consistent, H Standard Uniform Quality H Why risk injuring your trees and M plants with untried mixtures? AI- M ways use H Lion Brand Arienate of Load H Lion Brand Purt Paris Green H Lion Brand Lime Sulphur ' H Solution H Lion Brand Concentrated H Bordeaux Mixture H Our Lime Sulphur Solution for H San Jose Scale is all ready for use M no disagreeable boiling necessary H just mix with water. B Distributing Agents M Suit Lak'e Hardware Co. m Vogclttr Seed A Produce Co. H Salt Lake City, Utah fl Send nt once for our Free UoAklct H Wktn, Why, How to Spray, j and What to Spray Wltk, I The Jas. A. Blanchard Go. 1 Certlandt ButldlHg New York City H In correspondence and dealings, H kindly mention the "Dcscrct Farmer' H to our advertisers. The Keystone POTATO ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

ALFALFA SEED.-For ycarq wise farmers have been buying here and always re-order because satis fied. Write any time for samples and prices. File this away for reference. SALINA MERC. CO. T, O. Box i. Salina, Utah. POISONOUS SUBSTANCES FORMED IN THE SOIL I . BY PLANTS. i By J. C. Hogenson. t The Bureau of Soils of tho U. S. ,j Department of Agriculture has re- j ccntly added a new factor to the i causes of soil fertility. The claims 1 of the Bureau arc that practically all I soils contain a sufficient supply of 1 mineral plant food for crops to grow I indefinitely, and that plants give off or excrete from their roots certain toxic substances into the soil. These I by accumulating thosr Dccomc poi- 4" sonous to the plants that produce them. On the same principle as a .man being shut up in a tightly closed room will soon cause the air in that f I room to become poisonous to him by exhaling poisonous gases into it. sonous to him. Every kind of iplant , excretes a substance that is poison ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

Hj i THE DE SERE T FARMER ; Saturday, march ao, i9o3 "Hr H' L'HE DESBBET FAllllER B (THAT BIG FARM PAPER) M Combined With "Rocky ,MounUia H Farming." 1 Established iOQ4- B 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. M Bear River Valley Farmers Protec- H tivc and Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. H Issued -every Saturday by the Des- H cret Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc- H curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake M City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. H 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt Lake M City, Utah. H Subscription price $z.oo per year M (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. H The publishers must be notified in B writing, at time of expiration, when H discontinuance of subscription is de- M sired, and all arrears must be paid. M Advertising rates made known upon M inplication. The right i3 reserved to reject questionable adver...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

BH 'I BH I I SATURDAY, MARCH so, 1909. TH E D E g E R E T FARMER ;1 I AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR AN I ENLARGED HOMESTEAD. Published in Response to the request of Many Subscribers. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Con- gross assembled: That any person who is a quallificd cntryman under the homestead laws of the United States may enter, by legal subdivisions, under the provls I ions of this Act, in the States of Colo- I rado, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, 1 Washington, and Wyoming, and the Territories of Arizona and New Mexi co, three hundred and twenty acres, or less of nonmincral, nonirrigablc, unreserved and unappropriated sur j , vcyed public lands which do not con tain merchantable timber, located in a reasonably compact body, and not J over one and one-half miles in ex treme length: Provided, That no lands shall be subject o entry under . the provisions of this Act until such U 1 lands shall have been designated by lil l',c ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

BssW bbBj ' J THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, march ao, i909. I ! Heavy. fj0JQmmi H CjHGJ The only afea- B ! llutelyaucceiiful H " single strand barb wire eyer made. '' M. M. S. Pdultry Fence Saves 50 H Wo mnko tbe most complolo lino of Flold, Hojr, H Poultry and Lnwn Fencing In Uio country. Write H forournowcntnloirno. Hj B9KALB ITKNCK CO., - mKALB, ILL. W KouthwHitTrt OWf snrt WsrtliooM. KuniM City, Mo. H S. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. A good laying strain. The best m of winter layers. Eggs $1.50 to $2.00 per 15. Ind. Phone 11531. H. H. McINTIRE. m 305 Paxton Ave., Salt Lake City H FOR SALE. H Registered Duroc Jersey Swine. m For information, write or 'phone ' H CALVIN WHEELER, H Collinston Utah. I Holiday Specails M A few choice Registered Jersey M ball calves at from $50,00 to $6o.c H ., eack. H JOSEPH BARKER, H H DC No. 3. Ogden, UUh. bbb 1 , THE BEST LINIMENT M TMN KtUER FM TM MH4MI NtY gm Gombault's bb Caustic Balsam! IT HAS NO EQUAL FpT iiic,ioo&uijr itd Perfectly Sefe hMlls,ndfo...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

:.. Saturday, .-arch :ao, 1909. THE I) E S E R E T FARMER 7 I ' , . i, . H . fat to pay for the cow's keep .for one year, the cow that will produce 300 pounds is worth much more than the cow that will produce only 150 pounds, The 150-pound cow is nothing' more than a market for the feed. He had just as well sell the feed (leaving out the manurial value) as to feed it to the cow; but the 300-pound cow not only furnishes a market but furnishes one 'that pays the market price for her feed and 100 per cent profit bc- ! sides. But the question may arise, "How is one to know a good cow from a poor one?" And that is where the man should show his knowledge of the 1 business. He should be able to dis- j criminate between the good cow and I the poor one. He should know each fx cow in the herd and just what she is doing all the time, and, whenever she .. fails to show a profitable return, she (should be removed and another put in her place. The owner should first give her a I fair trial and gi...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

jS THE DESEEE.T FARMER Saturday, march 20j 1909. I VA Plcasa examine this SBBIebbW flf I n BBVflflWflflBflH 1 J(w I IB 'M flBBBBflBBBwx?- w H JL JL M. JL JL JL D & ,r YflBBflV3BJiflSflB b flj flH "?flr HHflflflHS HH H M It is cast one solid piece. .T afl H m No bolts to shake loose. H &9g3 VA H Extreme simplicity of construction flf flM V H combined with great strength. MJ WM Ay H YA Smaller diameter of bowls. x m AA Ay H WA These are some of the reasons JEJJjIrri 2& L n H AW and wear longer than any other JjJMP VA H AS mako of Separators. AM H fl The perfect mechanical construction of. the frame and the scientific Vfl H construction of the separating bowl, make UNITED STATES CREAM H A SEPARATORS the Cheapest Separators on the market for any dairy- fl H VA man- to purchase. Ay H AM Other Separator frames arc made of two or more .pieces bolted to- Ay H H gather. The daily use soon makes the bolts become loose and the frame Ay . vfm unstcaty- flH H M The United States hold...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

I Saturday, march ao, 1909. kr: THE D E S EJfyE T FUMER " , . i) I AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR AN ENLARGED HOMESTEAD. (Continued from page 5) c,q. 4. That at the time of making , final proofs as provided in section twenty-two hundred and ninety-one ot the Revised Statutes the cntryman under this Act shall, in addition to the affidavits required under the said section, prove by two creditable wit nesses that at least one-eighth of the area embraced in his entry was con tinuously cultivated to agricultural crops other than native grasses be ginning with the second year of the entry, and that at least one-fourth of the area embraced in the entry Ws sd continuously cultivated begin ; mng with the third year of the entry. Sec. 5. That nothing herein con r'taincd shall be held to affect the right of a qualified cntryman to make homestead entry in the States named 'in' section one of this Act under the k provisions of section twenty-two hun- i drcd and eighty-nine of the Revised Statutes, ibut n...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

I U) ;;D cv EHJB ft.ggERflT 3fARM35R Saturday, march- 20, 1909. fl j i State Agent, Utah and Idaho, for w I Ward's Firlss Breeders 1 I ' ', Style A, 150 chick, indoor, $6.00 W I Style E, 150 chick, outdoor, 14.00 ' - DELIVERED AT YOUR STATION. THE BROODER . THAT BROODS . YOU AVOID LAMPS, i AND RAISE THE CHICKS. j - HEADQUARTERS FOR WHITE LEGHORNS THE BRED-TO-LAY KIND. H Stock and Eggs for Sale. Write for Information. H I have an extra copy of the revised Standard of Perfection; H 1 .who wants it at $1.25; regular price, $1.50. I C. S. GORLINE ' J224 Bait J2 &Htft StKct SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I I Get Acquainted With Us M ' . Keep posted on the conditions of the Salt Lake Markets at m w our expense. A request will ibring you our letters every week. H CONSIGN YOUR EGGS AND POULTRY TO US. Brook Ranch Commission Company H SSI South State St. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. B - . . . - I A Great Bargain S. 0. WHITE LE6H0RNS H A pair of choice The most prolific laying H dukoc jersey Plot strain on...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

'Si 3sQ H S Saturday, marqh o.o, 1909. ' , . THE DESERET FARMER ..... 11 I Ik cidcdly " brassy appearance of the plumage. Again there will often toe a tendency to throw black spots in the fluff or breast feathers or gray or brown splotches in the flight or tail feathers. In the Orpingtons especially, birds will occasionally be found ticked with red or brownish spots and sometimes with black feath ers in the saddle or in the flights. On the whole, then, we had rather have a slight tendency to crcamincss in the plumage than to risk the chalk white color with its liability to throw mottled feathers, in our breeders. Therefore, we apply Principle VI. "Size and general type arc more often transmitted to the progeny by ' the dam; color and comb, by the sire." As to color and comb, wt would be more particular in select ing the male to head our standard single mating and give particular at tention to the size and shape of the ' females. The -comb, especially re quires careful selection, for...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

I 12 ; J THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, march 20, 1909. I I Extract from The Deseret Farmer August 15, 1908 I I RGRONOMY' B 1 m 1 rf - H This Dcpartmut Is Edited by Prof, J. G. tlOflinsoN of the fiorlMltaral.Gtlleos EMERSON ALFALFA RENOVATOR M MACHINES vFOR ALFALFA AND H . BROME GRASS. H - H A machine has recently come to my H notice which I am sure will soon be H used considerably by the farmers of H the west, especially those engaged in H growing -dry farm alfalfa, cither for H hay or seed. This machine is called H the Emerson Alfalfa' Renovator. In H other words it is a spike toothed disc. H The spikes arc in the shape of har- H row teeth with the exception that they H are slightly curved to give the wheel H which twenty of them form, a slight M disc. Tlie machine lvas twelve of these H wheels making 240 spikes. Each in- M dividual spike is bolted on so that if H one is broken another can be readily m put on. It works in the same man- H ner as does a regular disc and) so can 1 be m...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

If Saturday, march 20, 1909. THE DESERET PARMEJR 13 I earth. As the child glows she must I show himi the green shoots when they 9 pierce the brown soil. She must ba- I ble to him of its Blue Flower. By m the time he is pleased by color he 9 will love .the blossoms, and the spell I of happiness and good fortune will begin to work for him. It is not one person here and there who must plant the flower, but each and every one. To those who have not land about them, all the land is free. You may plant by the roadside, in a cranny of a wall, in an old 'box or glass or tub, in any bare space in any man's field or garden. But each must plant his seeds and watch over and feed them. I Next year, when the Blue Flower blossoms, I shall ride through my kingdom and bestow my rewards. 1 This is my Law." J "What will befall if some of us do I not make them grow?" groaned some I of the Afraid Ones. J "There is no time to think of that!" I shouted the boy who was clever J ' "Plant thcml" (To be conti...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

H$ JU . THE DESEItET FARMER Saturday, march ?.o, 1909. il 1 I HORTICULTURE I I SAVING THE FJRUIT CROP I FROM FROST. H Mr. Hamilton Tells His Experience H in Orchard Heating. , K The question of protecting the or- B chards from the late frosts should M they occur, by means of smudge pots H is at this time of the utmost import- H ancc to the orchardists of this valley. H Therefore, anything bearing on this M subject will be read with interest by H all. The following article on orchard H heating appeared in the last issue of B the Denver Field and Farm. It was M written by J. L. Hamilton, who gives H his experiences of last season in the H use of oil smudge pots in saving his H crop of fruit on his plaice near Grand H Junction. Mr. Hamilton 'writes: H "The results of my worlc were of H such a nature as to leave no doubt m as to the effectiveness of this sys- H tern. My orchard is made up of tyenty acres of bearing trees, prin cipally apples, trees about fifteen years old, of good size ...

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