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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

jlsATURDAY, MARCH 20, t 1909. THE DE8FJRT PARMKR 15 I was maintained for six nights. jf "Three nights the pots were burn- m ctl for eight hours and the others JM for, shorter periods. The coldest time I; was always the hour just previous to I sunrise and the severest period' jus- I fifteen minutes before the sun cam, i I over the hill, and these were the pcr I iods we. most dreaded and fought th j hardest to overcome. Let it be borne j in mind that each and every point must be kept burning at this maxi- mum. It was one place where lag- j gards were not welcome. This re- j suit was attained only by constant and careful watching on the nights j we burned kerosene. . For the last I j three night I had a car of crude oil which relieved our work very much. The oil would burn from four to five I hours and I had provided an extra I set of pots so that in the event the first set of pots fired did not burn out the desired period, the second was lighted. I had this arrangement only with the c...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 20 March 1909

I (l VQGELER SEED CO.! I MR. FARMER: Have you ever no- . iwjif RROMTTQ TNT7UMK I I ticed how much better crops some k BS$$faGa DJVVJ1V1UD XINlVIVlVlia I people produce on their farms than aJSPS"i5v Of all the varieties of cultivated f I : do others; notwithstanding each JtiBajfjBS grasses this can be considered the I gives the land and crops the same mwMMt i . a . . . 1 i, painstaking care? best and most promising for this I i Did you ever stop and" think what JJfff WmM i part f the country- Jt is well i I I was the cause? If you did you no 1 mmMU ii adapted for hay and pasturage, I B f doubt found that the seed planted 1 rl llfW IB produces a heavy yield, withstands I H 1 was at fault. II Jrw ilN jMM wHij extreme cold and as a drought re- H I GOOD SEED is the first requisite l IlIJj Wl mIJJ ym sister has no equal. It will grow I H I to success. Without this your efforts 'Jl w on all kinds of soil. Stock of all I J may be expended, in vain, therefore ' Tlffiflln kinds eat it greedil...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

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Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

H ml I 2 I'Hfi DESERET FARMER ... Saturday, march a7, 1909. I H ' 1 " . in si "' 1 . .i ' " . fly I "LION BRAND" I Spraying Materials B For 20 years wc have been nnanu- m facturing spraying materials our m- reputation and experience insures m. you the lowest prices consistent, Hi witn. - Standard Uniform Quality Why risk injuring your trees and K: plants with untried mixtures? Al- , v ways use H LionBrand Arsenate of Lead H Lion Brand Pure Paris Green H Lion Brand Lime Sulphur H Solution H Lion Brand Concentrated H Bordeaux Mixture H Our Lime Sulphur Solution for m San Jose Scale is all ready for use M no disagreeable boiling necessary H just mix with water. B Distributing Agents m Salt Lake Hardware Co. H Vogclcr Seed A ProUjtce Co. M Salt Lako City, Utah H Scud nt once for.our Free Rooklcl When, Why, Mow to Spray, M an What to Spray With, The Jas. A. Blanchard Go. M Cortlandt Building M New York City H In correspondence and dealings, H kindly mention the "Dcscrct Farmer" B fo our ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

I SATURDAY, MARCH a7,igog. T,HE DUSERET FARMEJR, H 1 SEED OATS FREE. Our Gold Medal Seed Oats will produce twice the cost of the seed; then it costs you nothing after you raise the big crop you can sell it for more money than Carmen Oats. Gold Medal Seed Oats $2.50 per ' 100 pounds. VOGELER SEED CO. Salt Lake City - - Utah. '1 . snow, which insures sufficient water for thousands of acres of grain and I lucern. If the (bonding Bill for Ir rigation districts is passed by the present Legislature, it will help these kind of enterprises very much. Pine valley and Kolcb mountains are also very heavily coated with snow, the most in many years. Our ranges are beginning to look green, and prospects arc that there will be plenty of feed for all kinds of I stock for some time. The Virgin i Uivcr Stockmcns' Association, have I within the last few days contracted their steers, and the price is consid ered good, viz; yearlings $15.50, two . year-olds $21.00, thcc-ycar-olds and .tp $26.00, June de...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

I . , $ DESEUET FARMER Saturday, march a?, 1909. H MB DESiEXWDT FAIRMBR (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) fl Combined With "Rocky Mountain B Farming." H Established 1904. H Official Organ of the H Utah State Poultry Association. Utah Horticultural Society. B Utah State Dairymen's Association. M Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. m Bear River Valley Farmers' Protec ts tivc and Commercial Association. m Utah Arid Farming Association. m Issued -every Saturday by the Des- eret Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake So- curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. H 27, 1905, at the Postoffice at Salt Lake City, Utah. H Subscription price $1.00 per year (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. H The publishers must be notified in H writing, at time of expiration, when H discontinuance of subscription is dc- H sired, and all arrears must be paid. H Advertising rates made known upon aoplication. The right is reserved to H reject questionable advertising. H All commun...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

I Saturday, march 27, 1909. THE DESERET FARMER, . ' J I ' Board, Mathonihah Thomas, is a I present member of the Salt Lake school board. He was at one time a resident of Logan, and is at pres ent a prominent and successful law yer in Salt Lake City. He is par ticularly interested in the College And the work it is doing, and will bring to 'the Board splendid execu tive ability. He is a most desirable acquisition to the Board of Trustees, ?nd the Governor is to be warmly commended in this selection. The old members of the Board, Mrs. Mc Cunc and Trustee Adams, of course, continue for two years. The appointment of Mr. J. Edward Taylor, as Horticultural inspector, is n very happy one. It is a vindication for the cause of agricultural education. Mr. Taylor was the only candidate who had received an agricultural edu cation, and since he has mad'o a splendid record as Secretary of the State Board of Horticulture, his ap pointment comes as a tribute to his efficiency and worth. His duties a...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

i J THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, march a7, t909. f Union LocK Poultry I ' n!$lipM flWr 1! j I -.Square close mesh. ! TrWk" -jt ftT-f t! : n pc"or 'oc, easily ezSJHaeaeJ Write for new catalog I deicrtblnr tha Union ll A KJrCn Una of Plaid, llor Poul- AA I tLV5 C I'C tryandUwn Fencca SSZZadhCZaa Unlen Fence Ce. L- RADPnWIDF "' '" P U-l P ITT I KC Kmnmmm City, Me. I ' " I ! S. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. A good laying strain. The best of winter layers. Eggs $1.50 to $2.00 per 15. Ind. Phone 11531. H. H. McINTIRE. 305 Paxton Ave., Salt Lake City FOR SALE. Registered Duroc Jersey Swine. For information, write or 'phone CALVIN. WHEELER, Collinston - - Utah. I Holiday Specails A few choice Registered Jersey bill calves at from $50.00 to $6ox ek. JOSEPH BARKER, J . D. No. 3. Ogdan, Utah. ' Qombautt'm Caustic Balsam Nit Imitators Bit No Compititors. Safe, Speedy and Positive Cure for wk flint, Iweear, 0ps4 Xook, tmlaei Teadoni, Founder, Wis YwA, aai all Ubhw frem f jvla, JUafeeae and ether bony tu...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

SATURDAY, march 27, 1909. THE DESERJGT FARMER itliat it is used quite successfully as ix feed for dairy cows in Oregon along the coast, but even there it is not recommended in preference to alfalfa. It seems to require a long growing season, the seed being plant ed the latter part of March and the plants transplanted in June or July, one to each square yard. The kale is ready to feed October first. It is always fed green and is not cured into haw In Oregon where the win ters do nut get very cold it will re main green in the field all winter. In that state it is said to yield thirty , tons and upwards of green feed per .-were. The variety which is best adapted as a dairy feed is the Thous and Headed Kale. We arc of the opinion that kale will never become one of the .prominent feeds on ac count of the long growing season required and because of the short time which it would be possible to feed it, from October 1st until frccz- . iug weather. Field peas make an excellent feed m for cow...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

J 1 JJ THE DESERE11 FARMER Saturday', march 27, i9og. I The Separator Used by Jf I f Prominent Dairymen 1 IB W.'jrGiLLiiTT of Roscndalc, Wis., owns the Holstein Cow B ' fk COLANTHA 4TH'S JOHANNA H Jk that holds the World's Record for milk and butter. Em H mm Mu. F. II. Sciuuner of Roscndalc, Wis., owns the celebrated ma M Wm Jersey Cow H H LORETTA D. No. 141,708 H H B who won in the most famous dairy cow test held in America. WmK H mm Lm mm Mn. Chas. L. Him. of Roscndt.le, Wis , owns the famous Guern- WM H H y Herd and Champion and Grand Champion Cow WM H TWILIGHT LONAN No. 12,484 H I ALL THESE FAMOUS DAIRYMEN USE H I H United States Cream Separators m I; Most Progressive Dairymen Everywhere Prefir Hp tt I H the UNITED STATES and USE IT. fTk. H H k Remember tho U.S. Separator holds tho World' BLaJBB H B B Record which record wna made in competition flQSNS'JH lB B B with tho lending separntors of the world. MTviS IaP SLf H nf has Greatly Reduced Diameter of Bowl, TFrQSH 18 Hi MM maki...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

. Saturday, march 37f 1909. THE DESERET PARMER 9 H 1 - . y endowed with a small surplus as the result of keeping the herd of cat tle in question. , On the other hand let us take this stimc herd of cattle into considera tion, with a manager who has a motive in view, one who is not satisfied with a small net earning but one whose ambition rests in taking the first step which leads to success, by securing his animals against all forms of dis ease. He is not contended with a yearly settlement but at once investi gates the merits of each animal, con sidering as the most important factor their physical condition, thus estab lishing a foundation for success. Each animal is tuberculin tested; all' reacting animals arc disposed ol ' and in this way he has insured his herd against the disease known as tuberculosis, but of what consequence would this be if other forms of disease were existing? Previous experience has taught him tjt that there is a disease known as con ) tagious abortion whose ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

H 10 TBK DEgJCRET FARMER 'Saturday, march 27, 1909. Hi'' b State Agent, Utah and Idaho, for H Ward's FiraUss Brooders m ' Style A, 150 chick, indoor, $6.00 B Style E, 150 chick, outdoor, 14.00 ' DELIVERED AT YOUR STATION. THE BROODER THAT BROODS . YOU AVOID LAMPS, , ' ANDRAISE THE CHICKS. j HEADQUARTERS FOR WHITE LEGHORNSTHE BRED-TO-LAY KIND. M Stock and Eggs for Sale. Write for Information. B I have an extra copy of the revised Standard of Perfection; H who-wants it at $1.25; regular price, $1.50. C S. GORLINE H J224 East J2 South Street SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 1 Get Acquainted With Us H Keep posted on the conditions of the Salt Lake Markets at H our expense. A request will ibring you our letters every week. H CONSIGN YOUR EGGS AND POULTRY TO US. Brook Ranch Commission Company SSi South State St. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. " ' " ' in-- 1 I ! MONEY IN POCKET I BIG 5 POULTRY GO. H Dispells melancholy. Keep 1 WellsvUle, Cache Co., Utah : ; Z& t WLarf Z 1 Cook', Buff Orpington, and : &...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 199. THE DESER ET FARMER 1 I THE JUNIOR TYPEWRITER. An interesting advertisement ap pears on page 3 of this "issue, that of the Junior Typewriter. This brings the Typewriter within the reach of such persons, especially busi ness men, who have not sufficient correspondence to justify them pur- J chasing an expensive machine. The day when everyone can afford a Typewriter, will be welcomed by I Merchants, Farmers, and others who receive any quantity of' mail. The time consumed by reading and in terpreting poorly written letters will be 110 small item in a large business, and it will also insure correct inter pretation and eliminate so many mis takes resulting from misconstrued letters. This will also be an incentive for a merchant or farmer to answer his correspondence which is so often ne glected, purely from the fact that he t docs not like to write with pen and i ink, and possibly on account of his poor penmanship, he now has an op ' portunity to correct this neg...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

I 12 s THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, march a7, 1909, I Extract irom me Deseret Farmer H August 15, 1908 I I f G R O N O M Y H ' 1 1 . .. 1 1 r1 H This Detriment Is Edited bu Prof. J. G tlogsnson oT tns Agricultural Gollcac I H I EMERSON ALFALFA RENOVATOR H MACHINES FOR ALFALFA AND thus forming a better mulch for the H BROME GRASS. conservation of moisture. It tears up B all shallow rooted plants better than H A machine has recently come to my docs the disc, thus destroying June M notice which I am sure will soon be or Cheat grass more effectively. It H used considerably by the farmers of does not cut off the roots of alfalfa M the west, especially those engaged in as docs the disc, (but splits the H growing dry farm alfalfa, cither for crowns and causes the alfalfa to H hay or seed. This machine is called spread and thus thicken the stand. H the Emerson Alfalfa Renovator. In The only disadvantage which it has 4 othr words it is a spike toothed disc is that it is a little heavier pull...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

,atu&day, march 27, igd. the duseret farmEr, .(;; H hnd no Blue Flower." Somehow, peo ple had gained courage; tliey knew the Blue Flower would grow, and they knew there was no time to stop working while they worried and said: I "Suppose it didn't." There was no time. Sometimes the young King was on the mountain-top with the wind and the eagle and the stars, and some times he was in hi.s place in the city, but he was always working and think ing for his people. He was not seen by the people, however, until a splen did summer day came when it was proclaimed by heralds in the streets that he would begin his journey through the land by riding through the capital city to sec the blossom ing of the Blue Flowers and there, would be a feast once more upon the plain. It was a wonderful day; the air was full of golden light and the sky o such a blucness as never had been -ecn before. Out of the palace .gales . he rode, and he wore his crown, and his eyes were more brilliant Khan the jewel...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

I M THE DESfiltJBT JFARM&it SATURDAY. MARCH 27. ioo'J I I HORTICULTURE H ONIONS. H By H. P. Barrows, A. C. U. Hj If you arc to have a good crop of H onions you must have good seed to B begin with. Onion seed loses its m viability very rapidly after the first 1 year. Fresh seed is bright; lbcwarc j of dull-colored seed. As a rule it H will be profitable to pay a little more H and get imported sce'd though in H some seasons home grown seed is H good. Yellow Globe, Danvcrs and B ' Prizctakcr for yellow varieties, and H SilvcrSkin and Silver King for white H sorts have proven good for the main H crop in Utah. HJ There is probably no crop that rc- H quires a better preparation of the seed bod than onions. The seedlings cannot break through a hard crust of soil; and inasmuch as the onion feeds near ,the surface of the soil must be broken fairly fine. The soil should be rich, but the manure must be applied the year before so that it is well worked into the soil. The seed should be plan...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

SATURDAY, -MARCH 27, tQQQ- TH1 DgftERJBT FAAMBR - 15 I ' hold leu Mich meetings, where it would have been impossible to hold ' otily one had :t not been for the l assistance given by these companies. "As the frui4- industry grows, there will no doubt be some necessity for Ian adjustment of freight rates, and I haven't the least doubt but that these adjustments will be made S promptly and willingly wncn the time comes, and when they arc prop- crly presented to the railroad com pany. It is a common experience j throughout the United States that the railroad companies arc very act ive in developing the agricultural in Itcrcsts, at least. Take for instance, the work af G. Harold Powell of the United States department of agricul ture, who did such valuable experi mental work along the lines of fruit refrigerators. We find the railroad 'companies spending upwards of a j million dollars to perfect this system I of refrigeration which promises to revolutionize the shipping of fruit, ami bri...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 27 March 1909

Tr I 1 VOGELER SEED CO? ! It i; MR FARMER: Have you ever no- , jlSf BROMUS INERMIS ':. ticed how much better crops some a Pk $3 I people produce on their farms than ",8vftfi:! Of all the varieties of cultivated I j : do others; notwithstanding! each A" grasses this can be considered the give the land and crops the same mf iM& best and most promising for this ; ' painstaking care? JrmSSSvl . u t ,n -.. , , , . Tnw"'iKTlraKrv' Part tne country. It is well Did you ever stop and think what -iMii iMMmtumv L a . a t u j .., 1 ' ,i T a-a MiWfflmi& k ft adapted for hay and pasturage, f was the causer If you did you no Ui lHilflfflv Aim I doubt found that the seed planted iKf ffl flV produCeS a heavyyield withstands 1 I i was at fault. V . nNiW MnLfl Hi extreme cod and as a drought re- 1 1 I GOOD SEED is the first requisite Jn if Ww yu sister bas n equal. It will grow I I to success. Without this your efforts Ju S 3(U ' OljLL (r on all kinds of soil. Stock of all I I : may be expende...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

I J xi? . I . L . C I T Y U X ML- I IjH I -LT ' , & Kt iH I BSfllnBaHti TMgcnBSlVi IKB IBM I I m tH K ' 'VOL. 5; N, XXXVI SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH APRIL 10. 1909 ! I PORTER-WALTON CO. I I K't.,1 Plaints, Bulbs, SEEDS, Shrubs, Flowers I I H V ' EVERYTHING FOR LAWN, GARDEN AND FARM I ifl If'. "M ' , 1 V irBig m- :- ."": : - -- - are " If Catalog ahj. i tjiiiMHHhlllfJlflflBiHlkii 1 'H r Mailed SSMSPIRPP B I f Hr H' Free Jr y y; ''iPflPiif H ifl P I uy ' BBHBH who make H (9 5 H ' " ' Uutil HiffiflHflHHflHttttlflMflfli Soil Tests H tfl I . ' B r VSf W',," A Cut from our Centcrvillc Trial Grounds H H H Where we TEST OUR SEEDS M H V H ASK FOR CATALOG ; r H I POULTRY SUPPLIES I -. I f I AKB Famous M-ANDY LEE KSflpSRI: ' I I I A Scientific CertaintyIlo Guesswork. "& . . - H, fl t I PORTER-WALTON CO., saiuake I . I ,1 MilMMlMWMiMMMMiWMMMMiMMaaMMMM ; f-fTi r" - -i i n nrrniirnii-iii TiTiiiiiijTmii . ' .H " H ' - " ( n 7 ; IVJKOL. F ... .... .,.. ........uJJ!2aMi rjjhf JrjJ

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

H V.- -s f if 5 ifi JbR$rA.kMllJtt 4 " Saturday, april ,Ao, i. 1 H . -: i-i " ' -, ' 'I I "LION BRAND" I Spraying Materials B For 20 years we have been manu- V facturing spraying materials our H reputation and experience insures B you the lowest prices consistent, H with H Standard Uniform Quality B Why risk injuring your trees and m plants with untried mixtures? Al- B ways use H Lion Brand Arsenate of Lead H Lion Brand Pure Paris Grten H Lion Brand Lime Sulphur H Solution - v H ' Lion Brand Concentrated H Bordeaux Mixture H Our Lime Sulphur Solution for D San Jose Scale is all ready for use B no disagreeable boiling necessary B just mix with water. B Distributing Agent B Salt Lake Hardware Co. B Vogelcr Seen A Produce Co. H Salt lake City, Utah HB Send at once favour Free Booklet La When, Why, Hon to Spray, M and What to Spray With, I Tht Jis. A. Blanchard Co. H Cortlattdt Building New York City H In correspondence and dealings, B kindly mention the "Dcscrct Farmer" B t0 our advert...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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