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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

k sATp'DX;lAggi'h5 iy9. 1?Hl5 DfeSERET FARMER - -- - - ,H m UTAH FRUIT GROWERS MEET. H The fifth annual convention of the j, Utah State Horticultural Society was if held in the Armory Hall,, Salt Lake I City, a few weeks ago. This was the I best attended and most instructive f meeting the society has yet held. jP At the first session President James if G. Duffin of) Provo, gave a sumanary I - of what the iocicV had accomplished I; in the past) and -'what he thought I- should be accomplished in the fu- fer, -turc. He reviewed the record of the Mm horticultural 'interests of the state, Wf and pointed out some mistakes which should be icme&icd, and also gave L . some statistics .that were exceedingly m interesting. 1 President' Duffin stated that up to 1896, when the first horticultural j .board was appointed' by Governor I Hebcr M.' Wells, not to exceed ten I' solid cars of fresh fruit had been I shipped out of the state. During the If season of 1908, more than 1,200 cars if were ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

BSSSS) H J tfiE fTfc S ft R-LJtA BJflvB ft -.Saturday, APfeiL .lc, 190g. 1 (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) H Combined With "Rocky Mountain B Farming." B Established 1904. B Official Organ of the B Utah State Poultry Association. B , Utah Horticultural Society. B Utah State Dairymen's Association B Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protcc- B tive and Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. H Issued every Saturday by the Des B tret Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc- curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. B 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. B The publishers must be notified in B writing, ?t time of expiration, when H discontinuance of subscription isa dc- sired, and all arrears must be paid. H Advertising rates made known upon H Dplication. The right is reserved to H reject questionable advertising. H A...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

SATURDAY. APRIL ,o, S " " Tlfo ff g'fil i FARMER . , , M through which all existing organiza tions may co-operate to pass the bill, including those of agriculture, com merce, education, labor, etc. The league also has a membership of its own, and is forming branch s throughout, the country. Funds for this work arc provided by dues of $i ! for 'one year, six years $S helper $10, supporter $25, associate $50, life mem ber $100, contributing member $250, patrons of industrial education $500 ' The league's office is at 439 Lafay- 3 cttc. St., New York, and all intcrcst- red in this movement arc invited to write there fpr information as to how to push the work. K I ' tThc Hoover Potato Diggers are noted for their unusually light 'draft, l and arc made under the carctul pcr- Jl sonal supervision of the inventor. It Jj is a point of pride with this company I ' that no contract work whatever enters into the construction of their Diggers. A particularly attractive feature is the fact that Ho...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

HHW"'''''''"'''lBWaBHeWaB jj THE DJEEJGRET JTARMJCR Saturday, april i0 ,go9, I ( Gombault's I Waustlc Balsam) I jhMVMMQ Veterinary Remedy fHfcPME H JT IAS IMITATORS BUT NO COMPETITORS I LH H CAPC CDCCnV AMI! WKITIVF "We gnat-autoo that one tablospoonfut of Canstlo ORrCf OrCLUI ABU rUOIIIIti Baliam will produco more actual rctulta than a who V V ' , .. ' bottloof shy liniment or apaYln xmxturo erer inado ME Supersedes AH Cautery or Fir Eycrjr bottlo told la warranted to Biro satUfactlojj M H Jn !n,1,MManIRFfft Wrlto for toitlmonlajsihowlngr what thomost proml H P Xllg. Invaluable W a UUKT. 10 nonthonicTncnay of It. Price, S1.00 per bott o. FOTHVIDFR. BoM by drujrKliti, or sent by xproei, charges paid, M LH Jl Tmiurl DTirrC with full dlrccUona for iutiio, m t thrush, ThmAooautad Standard M DIPHTHERIA, VETERINANY REMEDY M T SKIN DISEASE m. ZZ ?. -""- M RINGBONE, Always RoMablo M .pink: eye, Sw9 In Ramuitsm m LiS S SPLINTS ' 8MW Jfc..- -""jjaiy I 1 SAFE FOB ANYONE TO USE. i gffoffiirtMc...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 190&- THE DESERJET fARMllR 7 H vatcd; the fending up of the ranges; the sale of many of thcifcnccd ranges for farms; the high price of icom that ! has prevailed for the last two years and k likely to prevail a third. All this has set the Jarnicrs to thinking as to what changes they could pro fitably make. Our advice is that they make these changes only after mature consideration anil study of their own capacity. It docs not follow that because a ! man has made a great success in fecd- ' ff mg steers that his neighbors with apparently equal opportunities would I make the same success. It docs not I follow that because a man has been successful in dairying that he will be !f equally successful in feeding steers or growing hogs. It docs not fol low that the mail who has been suc cessful in all these would make a howling success in handling sheep. It is well to study the farm and the markets, but the important thing is to study yourself and. ascertain whether wit...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

jj THE DESERJSTARiirE Saturday, april ,10, 1Q09, UNITEDCl H tfS Everybody knows the name Bst I H wMp United States on a Separator is T TI I H Bau absolute guarantee of Superior O X5iy H H Quality, Lonu Service and Absolute Satisfaction. H H H That is the best sort of economy ; it means a saving of money to H H H you. Why then run any risks with "cheap" makes ? JH I See the U. S. Separator Dealer H H ffl ct n,m sn?w J011 low n United States Separator is made, its n H M perfect mechanical construction, strong, solid, onc-picce frumc, no bolts H H El to shake loose with wear. Scientific construction H H El of the Separator bowl. You can readily sec for - nni H H H yourself how the purchase of a United States H H Separator means economy for you. If you do """""4L H H 1 not know a United States dealer let us send you JEvfiCT' I H his name. 2--cn I H H A request by postal card for United StntcnScpnm- mIjm B M M tor Catalogue No 38 nnd mentlonliiK thin pnper, will Jy vRMtr m f M bring you ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

-tip. H I . Saturday, . APRIL . .10, igST . - - -THVE2E SERET FARMER 9 H . to time. IF being the object oi this lav to protect the consumer of food .products against fraudulent, unwhole- V some and adulterated food; and ior the promotion and mnintain- ane'e of the public health and safety, and it shall be tlve duty of this bureau to promote improvements in dairy J?;" and food products, andi educate the - prodi"cr in the care of all dairy and food product's and their economical . production. ( J Sec- 3. - Any person violating any 1 provision of (his act or any rule or ; regulation of the dairy and food bu reau shall be guilty of a misdemcan- or, and upon( conviction thereof shall be fined in (any' sum not less than X $25 nor more than $200. U11 Sec. i. For the purpose of carry- Uj ing into effect the provisions of this xf act, there is hereby appropriated out of the state treasury the sum of $2,750 for the fiscal year of 1909, mid $2,750 for the fiscal year of 1910, 1 oV so much ther...

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

H 10 TXX bMMXKJL? yAKMlI Saturday, april io, 1909. w But' r j5HBBH: LB HkCHpSPH H , Ninth East $ Ashtotv Avenue M Take Aahtan Avanut Car m Ball Phan Frraat 70-z H Brook and Rainbow Trout Fry H; Orgs and Stock from my Prize Winning H What Plymouth Rcks and Rltot Islwul R4 Cklckww H Prairie State H Incubators, lr4rs mwi Universal Hovers H Patrns Cordially Invited to Inspect I FARMER VAPfEB'S PLACE POULTRY FOR SALE. H A' few pure-bred White Wyan- Hl dottcs; also Rose Comb Brown Lcg- H horn hens for sale. Write A. H. LEE, H Route 5, Murray, Utah. M S C. BROWN LEGHORN Eggs B for Hatching in any number from one Rf- setting up. $1.00 for 13; $7.00 .per 100. mr JOSEPH BARKER, R. D. No. 3 Ocdcn, Utah PETALUMA INCUBATORS: Namcs arid address of Utah Breeders using them who set 5776 Eggs and hatched 4409 Chicks. Catalogue free. C. J. TRUMP, 451 So. 8th East Salt Lake City. SINGLE COMB BUFF LEG HORNS, BRED TO LAY. Egg1 for Hatching, $1.50 for 15; $7.00 for 100. MRS. B. B. HAAS, Charleston Utah. ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

SATURDAY, APRIL io, iMg,: THE DJ3BR11T TRMIIR u M IDANIELSEN PLOW COMPANY " j ; " I The only double I disc plow on four V fc I wheels; plows any 1 width or depth; I turns to the right or X k St"""""-" M& left; high stationary Tl lMgHMM2tfkHESlk ls &ul'ded by UjAHHJH the horses UV JHdBk Ml lows them as per- KHK H B Wiw The only disc plow I L M fcl under perfect con- 'M trol. J FACTORY SAMTJFT PETERSON Gcncral Office and Warehouse INDEPENDENCE, JACKSON CO., 0vrvxui1'1-' "AIM V 2iq SQUTH SIXTH WEST ' Missouri General Manager salt lake city dcr, for the birds were more nearly red! ,than buff. In the,, most care fully selected matings of ibuffs a , large proportion of the clucks upon I reaching maturity, will show traces ' of white or' black in tails and flights and occasionally splotches on the L. ' wings or possibly a reddish tinge on hackle, or saddle of thc males, or there may be different shades of buff in surface color. The quickest and easiest way to overcome this diffi cu...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

H 12' f THE DESERBT JArRTMR ' "1aturday, april 10, i909, 1 I Extract irom The Deseret Farmer B Auut 15, 1008 I 1 AGRONOMY B 1 in 11 1. , , , , H This Departmmt It Cditid bu rrol. J. G. floienton or ih florlcuttural Gollegc EMERSON ALFALFA RENOVATOR m I MACHINES FOR ALFALFA AND thus forming a better mulch for the H BROME GRASS. conservation of moisture. It tears up H 1 ' all shallow rooted plants better than &, A machine has recently come to my does the disc, thus destroying June Hf 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 H the west, especially those engaged in as does the disc, but splits the H growing dry farm alfalfa, either for crowns and causes the alfalfa to H hay or seed. This machine is called spread and thus thicken the stand B the Emerson Alfalfa Renovator. In The only disadvantage which it has H othtr words it is a spike toothed disc, is that it is a little heavi...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

i H K i " ifc- sssssssi I SATURDAY, apriL 10, il "-' 'aJlBREt FARMER, ) i H B spoonful of salt, then add three cups B ftf milk and stir until boiling; add to H the corn mixture and stir until the Kt boiling point is again reached. A' K cup of tomato puree may be used B in place of one cup of the milk; it R gives n pleasant change. Add to the V corn mixture the last thing, let boil mL tip once, then serve without delay. WP Shrimp Salad. Fresh or canned shrimps niay be Ws nscd for this salad. If canned shrimps m arc used, cover them with cold water, f , let stand two or three minutes, then w (Train and (Try on a cloth. Reserve k a whole shrimp for caich service, and w pick the rest into two or three pieces J each, discarding the intestinal vein. Mix the pieces of shrimp with mayon Inaisc or cooked dressing and dispose in nests of lettuce. Garnish with the i whole shrimps and a few capers and serve at once.' i Cooked Salad Dressing. Beat the yolks of two1 eggs very light; add half a tc...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

1& v THE DESERgT-FA&MER SaturdAV,, aEriL 10, i9o0. I A RELIABLE 13frk I WATER SUPPLY eaflHi I for IRRIGATION BSW M AFTES PrcPa,;Juff tllc ground, sowing the seed and getting the crop M jC. well started, your greatest concern is for a reliable water supply. fl , , . . musi "avo water to irrigate in season. Your crop may bo m ruined in a single day for the want of it. 1 You have a dependable supply of water in the form of low lying m lakes, ponds and reservoirs. The problem is to raise this water so you m can apply it to the land. m , D(? you now tllnt yu ctin raisetfuch .water and make it available for m irrigating all your lands by means of the powerful I.II.C. gasoline engines? H Tljey ulll not only pump water for you, in Inrgc quantities, but they do It m economically. It costs practically nothing to keep an I. II. C. engine in repairs, m and the expense or operating It Is a very small item compared to the value of H the crops ) ou oan raise., H v An I. II. C. engine as th...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

H Western orchards; 'He stated that S nursery stock grown in the West was flf acclimated and naturally would give IB better satisfaction than Eastern stock. H This was followed by a lively dis- Ht ctission in which was raised the qucs- H tion of., the advisability of requiring 'M: nurserymen to give bo d good for f seven years that their stock was true t to name. Mrs. Sarah J. Konold followed this 1 discussion with a paper on her cx- JF p ricnecs in handling a peach orchard. F Mrs. Konold has made a success of Sf "fruit-growing, and she told of her W experience in this line after she had 1 been left alone in the world with f : three children dependent upon her. The rest of the forenoon was taken W up by a talk, on "Fungi and Fungi- 1 cides," by E. H. Favor of the Utah W Agricultural College. The afternoon session was largely devoted to the election of officers y .and reading of resolutions. When I; hcsc matters' were adjusted Mr. John F. Moore manager vpf the Grand Junction Fruit-Gr...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 April 1909

I VQGELER SEED C d7 fl "" ' L- ' 7 I MR. FARMER: Hve you ever no- . k BROMUS INERMIS HJ ticed how much better crops some WT ' .3trl ; people produce on their farms than )SSw of al1 the varieties of cultivated ; -"K I do others; notwithstanding each Atv grasses this can be considered tto SM gives the land and crops the same SSf. best and most promising for- this 1 Did you ever stop and think what I (I jBi i Adapted to hTy and pJtang gV was the cause?. If you did you no 1 li Inmimv ifi u a uua I -JOB doubt found that the .eed planted fl MM lit PrdUCeS ' avyield' 7lth'tnd . jt ' was at fault. II ffllHMn iMif extreme co and as a drought re- 1 . B m I GOOD SEED is the first requisite yi WlUn 1M W i8ter haS n 6qUaL K WlU grow i ' " Hi 1 to success. Without this your efforts Ljm lllll---- (r on a11 kinds of 8oil- Stock of all I V may be expended in vain, therefore sk (rail flHfjN kinds eat it greedily, and it is very f Jj, see to it that the seed is right, that it HniUfek' rcn m esn formin...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

(.:.. i -tit ".3,L.ClTYUTA'tt !W-" T BBI ""' " "" " '" ?" ""' ' ' ' m iiiii. H H I BWBB-- -lYi 5Ti y nXSJ ' wMBMi 1 I m BBB fl bbMBbbMbbMBbbbMMbbb . H L " I VOL. B; NO. XXXVII. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH APRIL 17. 1909 I I I I Buy tested Seeds-they grow 1 I El .H We are the only seedsmen in Utah who make soil tests of seeds. We take every precaution to see that II Kfl H only good seeds are sold. We specialize on tested seeds- and ask for your -business on that basis., .. . ' 'H We have everything for the Lawn, Garden or Fary'.Blan45ABolbV Af?tn Hlllflil1 B fcV - m -feet anything you may .need .in this line. rWrittuStfay! ' ' "' P,,r Blf 'n IhHBkIhkHIS proven 'them- JF . .,7 44? "tf wjm jfc cause they are bui.t H HHHKSHHKKableThcrc's V Q t Tft ICjM tific principles KKyjHf 4,iSffBlBfti wets KltttKtKlittiililtUuimMsmjl us ! H KkVCa2ibHHK -, 1 , HHHHffiiilwHHBHV1"1, - do HHHIBHBHHHBHBHBHBHBHBHlHnflBBi (in Bfl -Hi BKmeHBBHi aji-mbbbbbbubbV' ufc Mi , BbBIBBHhbBBBBBBBBbbBBBBBBBB bH bB B IHhBB V ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

J TMJE DJtlJCRtT JF A EM Eft SATURDAY, APftiL 17, 1909. I "LION BRAND" I Straying Materials m For 20 years we have been manu- B facturing spraying materials our H reputation and experience insures H you the lowest prices consistent, with I Standard Uniform Quality H Why risk injuring your trees and I H plants with untried mixtures? AN H ways use I Lion Brand Arsenate of Ltad I Lion Brand P u re Par is G reen I Lion Brand Lime Sulphur Solution I Lion Brand Concentrated I Bordeaux Mixture H Our Lime Sulphur Solution for H San Jose Scale is all ready for use . no disagreeable boiling necessary H just mix with water. H DlMtrlbativg Agent H Smlt Lmke Hmrdnmre Co. H Vogeler Seed A Produce Co. H I Smlt Luke City, Vtmk m I Send at once favour Free Booklet 1 M I When, Why, How to Spray, I H 1 m4 Whmt to Sprmy With, I I Thi Ju. k. Blanehard Go. H 1 CrrIMf!t Building I B I New York City I B fk: H In correspondence and dealings, H kindly mention the "Dcscret Farmer" H to our advertisers. The Ke...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

I I I . formed another soil forming agent. r You may have noticed the outside of I certain rocks begin to crumble, this is called weathering and is due, largc- f ly to certain compounds in the air, acting upon the compounds of which the rocks arc composed, breaking them down, and also to the changing of temperature and the expanding and contracting . of the moisture. Upon this cumblcd rock mass low vegetable life first finds its home, the decay of these plants generation after gen eration add fertility to the soil so that more highly developed or cx- tensive plants can grow there. The roots of plants in penetrating into the soil and crevices in the rocks help to split up the rocks. In due time animal life comes, to live upon the I plants, these animals iby their bur- ! rowing into the soil and allowing the air to enter and also by their con stantly mixing up the soil and sub l soil and finally by their death aid still K more in bringing about our fertile soils. Swamp or marsh soils ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

I jilr &? - ;, , THJE DtSB-RET FARMER -; Saturday, april i7, 1909. I BHB DESEKET FABMEI? I (THAT BIG FARM PAPERS I Combined With "Rocky Mountain I Farming." Established 1904- I Official Organ of the I Utah State Poultry Association. I Utah Horticultural Society. I Utah State Dairymen's Association. I Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. I Bear River Valley Farmers' Protec- I tivc and Commercial Association. W Utah Arid Farming Association. j, - I Issued svcry Saturday by the Des- I erct Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake Sc- I curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake I City, Utah. I Entered as second class matter Dec. I 27, 1905, at the Postoflicc at Salt Lake I City, Utah. I Subscription price $1.00 per year I (Strictly In Advance.) I Discontinuances. I The publishers must be notified in I writing, 3t time of expiration, when I discontinuance of subscription is dc- I sired, and all arrears must be paid. I Advertising rates made known upon I topli'cation. The right is reserved to I reject ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

" 'SATURDAY, APRIL 17, i99., " fTR DXISRET FARMER 5 H l" ' T i agrcc with the great weight of au- I thority that 'Congress should cstab- j lish a Ccntial Bank."' I And the judges, Dean Gregory oft Iowa City, Scth Thomas of Marshallr lown, and Dr. Butcher of India una nimously agreed that the affirmative were best able to defend their stand. o RUSSIAN THISTLE. Editor Dcscrct Farmer: Will you please tell me in what class the Rus sfanTT'histlc comes, the annuals, bien nials or perennials, and what pro cess would you advise a farmer to take to rid himself of that fearful weed? It is getting the best of my alfalfa field. WALTER ROBERTS. Answer by Prof. J. C. Hogcnson. The Russian tlr'stlc (Salsola Tra gus) belongs lo the class of annuals. ,v It is not properly a thistle, but is a f tumble weed. It was introduced into the U. S. about twenty-five years ago I in flax seed. The plant varies great ly in appearance and in leaf charac ters at different stages of growth. Young plants havo long s...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

J ; THJE DE1.&1,T FARMER Saturday, april i7, 1909., I gmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm H WmrpMHtmdtmmtvmMmthtlmmihHu m I QombauU'm I I Caustic Balsam I B svPskv BSJ SwSWhJWi?'1 BSSMMr BSJ SfWtOhwWii ... r. ?!BNiSv Rat hNitators But No Competitors. H X Safe, Speedy and Positive Cure for P Curb. Splint Iweesr, Oappei lock, teniae Tendoni, founder, "Wind TaMi, ana all luneaeM from f pavia, JUagfeaae aai ether bony tumori, VarM all tUadlieatM or r&raaltef. I Tkraia, Diphtheria. Jtcraovea all I ' Saaeaee frna Horm or Cattle. I Ifraiai, ioreThroat, etc., Itle InratunbTe. B ETerr bottle of Oauttlo Balecm "old ii BBJ ffirmnW to frlra aaUBf action. Trico l,W I BBJ ar bottle. Bold by drue-glite, or eent by x. Fireee, chargM paid, with full dlroctlone for te nee. nrBentl for doacriptlre circular. ' SB tMtimeeiftU, etc Addrete , H thiUwrinct-Wltllimt Ce., Cleveland, 0, I I I su&-em I wear well H J Vfn and they keep you 'Ik Jtjf dry while you are Wl H .wearing them m l EVERYWHERE AM I I I GUA...

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