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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

Saturday, APRIL 17, W9 THE DESERET FARMER ,- 7, M p - ' might have been on very green feed but he has not had any green feed at all feeding luccrn. Enclosed find check for one dollar on subscription for the Farmer. J. W. STEELE, Clover, Utah. Indigestion in Horses. Answer to J. W. Steele, Clover, Utah From your meager description it is very difficult to diagnose the case. 1 would advise first of all that you have your animal's teeth examined by a competent veterinarian to ascer tain if there arc any irregularities or defects. If so they should be rem edied. You should determine if the food is properly masticated, and if not, you should ascertain the cause. The following prescription maj prove beneficial: Potassium-iodide, i oz., gentian root 2 oz., ginger iJ4 oz., cotton seed meal 6 oz. These ingredients should be mixed tlior- roughly and allow the animal a heap ing tablcspoonful morning and even ing on his feed. SOIL -CULTURE. (Continued from .pagcijV i- - A mals and worked upon by...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

H H 5 THI DtHRXT TAftMJCft J Saturday, april i7, j. BBB ABBBBBBHBBBBBMJHflBBBBHHHifliBBBBjIBQBBMBflBBMRfliBBBftk I 1 77te Mosf Perfect M I I Cream Separator I H fl That Money Can Buy. B I H The United States 1909 Models f w B Nos. 14 nnd 15, like all other sizes, are absolutely unequaled. ImU H H They arc the standard Separators of the world. Bm H B They arc entitled to this claim of being Standard because they won WM H B out in the greatest contest of Cream Separators ever held at any VA H1 BB National or International Exposition in 50 consecutive runs, lasting B H, BB through one month, on the milk of 10 different breeds of cows. The BB V BB DcLaVal Disc Separators and thoSfiarples Tubular Separators mm H B were entered in this contest and were beaten. M H ffM The United States Separators arc used by a very large percentage mm Wmm rM 1C lcating breeders in all the 10 leading dairy breeds of cows. lf H n The United States Separators arc used by progressive dairymen Kgl H BH and cre...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

'-. Saturday, April 17, 909- ' -THE DESK RET FARMER . H to meet the objection that has somc ':': limes been made to the lifting of milk into it. Is is spun from a single sheet of tin-plate, so that it is seam less and absolutely sanitary, while it is globe shaped and thus avoids any splashing over of the milk. The bowls retain, the distinctive "Alpha-Disc" tand "Split-Wing" tu bular shaft Lc Laval features, but have been scientifically rc-designed from engineering considerations, so as to involve the least air resistance ' ' in being driven and in the discharge of cream and skim-milk from them. The bowl is more sanitary in its construction, being free from tubes, "Wj$, wings, orifices or any parts which ' arc not casijy unassembled and may not be quickly and completely clean ed. The supporting spindle now sets well up under the bowl at the center of weight and balances. It is of the I combined spindle and worm screw V type, but still detachable from the I bowl, the spindle always re...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

V 1 10 X Til PliaiH TAKMBX. SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1909. Kv 'mK isK? H cX TiWSwWW: I itIJW1!!!- ' H C ir9ff 'kjE H Ninth East Aslvbon Avenue M Talc AKtn Avanu Car M Ball Phan Farrest 70-x H Brook and Rainbow Trout Fry H Ef fs and Stock from my Prize Winning . Whit Plymouth Rcks ani lUotf Island r.4 Ckfcktru H Prairie State Incubatori, Brjrs m4 H Univrsl Hovers H Patrns Cordially Invited to Inspect 1 FARMER VADHER'S PLACE H POULTRY FOR SALE. H A! few purc-brcd White Wyan- H dottcs; also Rose Comb Brown Leg- H horn hens for sale. Write H A. H. LEE, H Route s, Murray, Utah. I, S C. BROWN LEGHORN Egg3 H for Hatching in any number from one H setting up. $1.00 for 13; $7.00 .per 100. H JOSEPH BARKER, m R. D. No. 3 Ogden, Utah EJTALUMA INCUBATORS: Names and 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. Egg, for Hatching, $1.50 for 15; $7.06 ior 100. MRS. B. ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

H Saturday, APRIL 17, 9g. S THE DESERET FARMER - .11 M 1 DANIELSEN PLOW COMPANY g& : trol j FACTORY QAMTTT7T PFTFP9HN General Office and Warehouse INDEPENDENCE, JACKSON CO., 210 SOUTH SIXTH WEST Missouri .General Manager salt lake city the association take the matter up and 1 confer with the San Pedro Los An geles and Salt Lake Route and have the matter adjusted if possible. He did not say that he had been dis criminated against, but his resolution implied that he was unable to secure the same terms on a carload, lot of bees. V President Lovcsy talked to the as sociation on the general condition of the bee industry in Utah. He said: "All things considered, the blfc in dustry throughout the state is "In a fairly favorable condition. Whilcj many of' our bcc-kccpcrs have been successful Jin wintering their bees, H some have lost a portion of their I bees. There arc several causes for H this condition, while with proper knowledge, care and attention, much fl of it could be avoided. ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

I " " ' ' " 1 13 , W DE&ERE'T FARMER 'Saturday, april i?:?- 1 I Extract from The Deseret Farmer I August 18, 1008 I AGRONOMY B9 ! i i ii i i imfi, , I This Dtnartmtit Is EtNU b Trot. J. 6, tlof irsor ot iht flfiriciitaral Qm I EMERSON ALFALFA RENOVATOR H MACHINES FOR ALFALFA AND thus forming a better mulch for th BROME GRASS. conservation of moisture. It tears up 1 all shallow rooted plants better than B A machine has recently come to my docs the disc, thus destroying June B notice which I am sure will soon be or Cheat grass more effectively. It M used considerably by the farmers of does not cut off the roots of alfalfa M the west, especially those engaged in as does the disc, but splits the m growing dry farm alfalfa, either for crowns and causes the alfalfa to m 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 H other words it is a spike toothed disc, is that it is a little heavier pul...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

m Saturday, APRIL 17, 1909,. THE ftESERET FARMER 13 H H(' off into pig pens, damp and foul; K here and there is an abortive effort K at sheep racks, and out in the middle H of the gloom is the hog-picked skcl- B cton of a horse, and strewn about m arc the vertebrae ribs and skulls ot M countless sheep that have been ft gleaned of flesh by that forced tobc m filthy scavenger, the hog. m What a foul unwholesome blot m what a waste of material and money jRf what a lesson in misdirected effort 1 JH The State ought to own that farm W and preserve it just as it is, that it X might be visited by our agricultural m students and there have indelibly stamped upon their minds the lesson ! of effort misdirected and means mis- tk applied. I had heard of another place that was worth seeing. It was said to be quite different, and I hastened there. I hustled my horse though the roads were rough in places but I I wanted to get away from that thing j that was stifling the beauty of the day that missh...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

JA ; THE DESERJST PARMER . Saturday, april. 1909. - 11 I LAWN MOWERS I Coldwell's Imperial Jp2 I is the Best. Jfr we I RiMldFram The knife-bar is bolted WW O 11 B to the side frames, insuring a rigid frame. fflw G A 1 Lok Ad J uttmtnt- The Lawn j$ar ' I Mower is adjusted by moving the re- 0r HPfl P 'C I volving cutter to or from the standing WW knife by means of a per- JW gi J .11 feet locking device. W tuOlUWGll Taking up wear The W ' ., , , ., wear in the revolving cut- Jmr E""y nwpnd The mower ter, hangers or shaft can be yfflf can be sharpened in two minutes, using instantly taken up. J&W only a commofTwirenail andalittleoll I 52CSktfPBE8i anc emery m order to do this it is not I fflWfMJe S necessary to remove or change any parti I WmnfffJkb.$&Wk f the machine, as is the case with all I 3B3IBIit? Trrace Cutting This is the only I 5KtoiliyBSIP "-awn Mower that is especially adapted I 'SBBWfctoPuBHHBjik to cutlin terraces. I V -'HHBBKjB Ih CoxdwlI is a little bttter than I...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

4L Saturday,, ap&il x. W TM BlIIEM fAJlMBft - '15 I E black. Tlie Cuthbcrt is one of the tiK. best red varieties. , - 'Hf An ideal soil for raspberries is va ,JHf moist, deep, light, sandy loam; rich m in humus. If wet; the soil .should B; be drained by surface and undcr- K drainage. It should be plowed dccp, fmJ subsoilcd, and fertilized in the fall, I-rcvious to the setting of the plants M in the spring. jjf Stable manure is a good fertilizer, save that, for the red vine, when jpr grown on rich, moist soil, it forces a the growth too much. Floats, ground 5 bone, and ashes arc good fertilizers. The question of fertilizing must, how W ever, be settled upon one's own farm, according to the condition of I the soil. j Raspberries may be planted cither ' in the fall, or in the spring. Spring is the best time to plant black caps. Plants that come from young plan- I tations arc preferable, because they . have more vigor and arc more apt to be free from diseases. The plants from the bl...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 April 1909

H I VOGELER SEED CO.Ip MR. FARMER: Have you ever no- . &&$ R"DrTVfTTC TXTI?TArTC I : ticed how much better crops .some yMM BROMUS INERM1S f -I Peopleproduceonjctomst 4fSfS Of all the varieties of cultivated I do others; notwithstanding each IMiw&Mi u- j j u I . gives the land and crops the same 4wwf fef f aSSGS be considered the I ' , painstaking care? TKfSV and mSt Promism2 for this 7 Did you ever stop and think what " '"iffljM Part f country- Xt is wel1 I was the cause? If you did you iro ntmlMv ki adapted for hay and Patur2e i : I doubt found that the seed planted I mMilflJ flfef Prduces a heavy yield, withstands I ;; was at fault. 1 vt 1 1pl ii(m) fli) extreme cold a as a drought re- ; I GOOD SEED is the first requisite $ m if 1 1 Mill YM sister has no equal. It will grow ; to success, Without this your efforts J'llrS'lfl (K on aU kinds of 8oil- Stock of all ; may be expended in vain, therefore 7WJ W wMp x kinds eat it greedily, and it is very see to it that the seed...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

HL I Mjfl' H H . i .a C5!Nfc BB B H i !l IB Ih ! i flflHfllfll"4'fllHIHHIBi'?feHiHH mImbhb h IK H I mmMWMmMmIS2mmMm L IliXvL -MHI I I K iraM -fc K . mmmm -" " t Pw MJMMF H H rr ) - r B 11- VTtMN Wn Pl-HnB B H H H P III wMBr I I Hp b V m V' 'ySTC MMm ETi i - n i i -iwr mmhbmh f r MM H H H Wmm H gg H H I I VOL. 5; NO. XXXVIII. SALT LAKE CITY, tfTAH APRIL 24. 1909 I . H H H I I Buy tested Seeds-they grow I I M, MM HMHM-HMM-MH-IHM-I 1 H M k H I H l L We are the only seedsmen in Utah who make soil tests of seeds. We take every preoautioivto seejbat lHft&4!r Jk mW$ I only good seeds are sold. We specialize On tested seeds and asfpt.yourb'usiness "jHtre M J. JMmi&A -Vwy -A- - 's"" I B H k? r':B 4&if e kaYe eyything for the Ltwrt, Garden or FarrnV Plants, Bulbs, Shrubs, Flowers -in j Eflgv ' H MPlnything' you may need in this line. Write us to-day. 3 I H mm i'; I Mandv Lee PR?-- rW1w-mm Mandy Lee I I r ' B P"3SB!?P'y"?5 be- I K H havc lrovcn them- 4'ivf?wv s)hn(, cause they arc ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

H J . 'H ;?: -hffi:fr. TKM DBEEfcJET JA,J8,MBR Saturday, april 24, igog.' I "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, M Standard Uniform Quality H Why risk injuring your trees and H plants with untried mixtures? Al- H ways use B Lion Brand Arsenate of Lead M Lion Brand Pure Paris Green M 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 H no disagreeable boiling necessary H just mix with water. H ' Distributing A gent m H Salt Lake Hardware Co. M Vogelcr Seed C Produce Co. H Salt Lake City, Utah H Scnd-at once for our Free Booklot M When, Why, Mow to Spray, M and What to Spray With, I ' Tiis Jis. A. Blanchard Co. B Cortlandt Building H Ac yorA Cfy The Keystone POTATO PLANTER Depth of planting and dropping distances accurately guaged. No waste of cither ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

Saturday, aprii: 24, 1999. THE DSStRST JTARMJtE -- . 3 H injured by an excess of alkali. It often occurs that thejre is a large percentage of the salts that cause alkali in the subsoil, but not enough in the surface layers to ser iously affect the crop. In a "case of this kind in the humid region, when we have a dry period the subsoil J water rises by capillarity and -carries some of the salts in solution deposit ing them on the surface. The same i ,ft thing may occur when irrigation is practiced and too much water is used j without proper cultivation. This is i ' spoken of as the "rising of the alka- li" and care should be taken to pre vent it if possible. The amount of soluble salt or al kali which will be injurious to the (plant depends upon .the kind. Such substances as sulphate of soda (glaubcr salts) arc not as harmful as others, such as 'carbonate of soda (salsoda). Sulphate of soda and sim ilar compounds form "white alkali" ' and carbonate of soda and allied :om- j pounds fo...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

i HE DESEKET. EARME1 SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1909. H THE DESERJDT FAMIEH (THAT BIG FARM PAPER m Combined With "Rocky Mountain H Farming." B Established 1904. M Official Organ of the 1 Utah State Poultry Association. M Utah Horticultural Society. m Utah State Dairymen's Association. 1 Utah State Bee Keepers' Association.4' M Bear River Valley Farmers' Protcc-( M tivc and Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. ' H Issued every Saturday by the Des- , eret Farmer Pub Co., .Salt Lake Sc- 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 H "' ; (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. H The publishers must be notified in H writing, Pt time of expiration, when M discontinuance of subscription is, dc-' M sired, and all arrears must be paid. H Advertising rates made known upon amplication. The right is reserved to fl reject questionable advertising...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

I 1 SATURDAY, APRIL-24r -1909.- THE DESERET FARMER - .. ,5 I J The W. M. Roylance Co j I j ' , . . , HEADQUARTERS, PROVO, UTAH . , 1 I :, 'I,'", OLDEST ESTABLISHED ''.. " I I Utah's largest handlers Fruits, Produce, Alfalfa Seed, Eggs, Hay, I Grain, Etc. Always in the market to. buy or sell car load lots or ; I less, or handle on commission. I The New Horticultural Bill makes it a crime to sell or offer for I sale, wormy or diseased fruits; you can avoid this by using a "Bean : I Pump" to spray with and "Rex Sulpher and Lime Solution" for early I spring, and "Swifts Arsenate of Lead" for the Codling Moth and oth- I !v er insects later on. We are State Agents for all three and will make ; I I you close prices as we buy in car load lots, and want your trade. I 1 Write, telphone or see us. REMEMBER TOO. We will buy or handle all the Fruits and pro- w I W duce you raise, if first-class. ml SPELLING OF LA SALLE NA TIONAL FOREST CHANGED f TO "LA SAL." The president has just signed an exec...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

I Q THIi DtltlUT FARMER Saturday, april 24, 1,909. I 1 Gomhault's I ICaustic Balsam I ft 773 Worltto Gnmmtmmt and Stmmmt M I tiHi Veterinary Rmmmty INMHK I HAS IMITATORS BUT NO COMPETITORS r " B L CICC enCCnV lull DHQITIUP W mNwantee that one tablespoonfat ef Canttta R. a fl OArbi uilluUl AiiU rUOIIIII.1 Bnteamvrlll produce more actual rcsulu than a whole B fl IV 1 ' bottlo of any liniment or parln mixture ercrmade mW Kfl SttnentAr All CatltcrV or Fir I Every bottlo cold la warranted to giro satlnfactloa H fl oupewoB m "'J, J-.- . I WHto for tcetlmonlaliabowlnir -what thotnoit promt Bfl V ing Invaluable 05 a -UtVli JOT BOnt horsemen ay of It. l'rlew, 01.00 per bottlo. fl 17nTTMTO7P I Bold by dmcfdat, or cent by xpre cbarjee paid, V 1i ti-irush ' ThmAocopied Standard 1 I DIPHTHERIA. VEJERINANY REMEDY M ' SICIN DISEASES, ,,-. r f.,r- I I SUP ""' ,.. 1 I 1 llfef.fe0NS. SSSSSS I SftFE FOR ANYONE TO USE. l gfrwcLEVEUHD,o B M NOTHING .lUT GOOD TtF.RUI.T8. I USKD 10 YF,AT. flTTrnr.wSFnT.T ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

Saturday, apru 4, 99 ' - " T HJ DJCSERIST JTARMJEft " 7 H , on meadows , pastures and plowed , fields, both wet and dry.) The. draft Llms boon determined ,by means of self-recording dynamometer. The net load was in every trial the same, - vvf 2,000 pounds. Contrary to pub lic expectation, in a large majority rbf teases the draft was materially less ' 1icn tires six inches in width were 'iifscd than when the tests were made vilh tires of standard width ij4 in- cites. A summary of results follows: ft "T. On macadam streets, as an av ' Vragc of the two trials made, a load 6f 2,518 pounds could have been haul d dn the broad tires with the same "llrlift' that a load of 2,000 pounds r&iuircd on the narrow tires. ' "IT. Gravel roads. In all condi tions of the gravel road, except wet "and sloppy on top, the draft of the broad-tired wagon was very much r less than that of the narrow-tired ' wagon. Averaging the six f rials, a load of 2,482 pounds could be hauled t fc on the broad tires w...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

H J THE DJBSJSKJEX FARMER Saturday, april 34, zgog. i." I 77?e Mcwf Perfect M I I Cream Separator I I That Money Can Buy. I JThe United States 1909 Models f H m Nos. 14 and 15, like all other sizes, arc absolutely unequaled. mM H m They arc tho standard Separators of the world. B m They arc cm itlcd to this claim of being Standard because they won A H m u il m the greatest contest of Cream Separators ever held at any B H M i i :ial or International Exposition in 50 consecutive runs, lasting m M thr ngh one month, on the milk of 10 different breeds of cows. The H H H jDeLaValVhcStparatorsnndthoiSfarples Tubular Separators U H A were entered in this contest and were beaten. m M m The United Steles Separators arc used by a very large percentage mm M Lfl of the leading breeders in all the 10 leading dairy breeds ot cows. A! M The United States Separators are used by progressive dairymen Mrl m m and crcamcrymcn everywhere. " 3ft m jB The United States Separators have handsome 0 M m frmo,...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

' VNr 'SATURDAY, APRIL 2r i99- THE DBS 3GR K T ' T A R M X R 9 H i "" 1 bull is always something of an ex- 1. 'a I periment. 4 uiAnpthcr perfectly apparent .adyan tagc of this system is the develop ment of- a community interest in a Single breed. It is always advisable Ijho create an interest in dairy stock, but it is especially profitable when a number of men in the same com munity -can work together for the i development of the same class of Stock. Kimball's Dairy Farmer. r-' . o GOOD BYE ELGIN. The gathered cream crca mcrics, with their dirty, foul cream, made 0!Vby farmers who arc dirty in their habits, arc fast breaking down the quality of the Elgin butter market. The term "E'gin".uscd to stand for first quality. It will not be so long. Already the hand separator farmer, who docs not realize his relation to the market, who docs not care to deliver sweet, pure cream, is crowd ' ing out the whole milk of the Elgin ,distnct. It is getting to be more and more difficult to find firs...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

H 10 TKH DBIBI1T IAIM1E Saturday apjril ,4, go9. 1 H Ninth East Ashton Avtnuc H Tnk Aahtn Avenu Car H Mall Phen Ferrest 70-z H Brook and Rainbow Tro at Fry H Eggs and Stock from my Prize Winning H White Plymouth Rocks and RJiode Island Ke4 Chickens Prairie State H Incubators, Brokers ml M Universal Hovers H Patrons Cordially Invited to inspect 1 FARMER VADWER'S PUCE H POULTRY FOR SALE. H , tK few pure-bred White Wyan- H dottcs; also .Rose Comb Brown Lcg- H orrf1icnsf6r sale. Write B A. H. LEE, H Route 5, Murray, Utah. H S C. BROWN LEGHORN Eggs H for Hatching in any number from one H setting up. $1.00 for 13; $7.00 per ioo. M JOSEPH BARKER, M R. D. No. 3 Ocdcn, Utah PETA'LUMA INCUBATORS: Names and address of Utah Breeders using themi who set 5776 Eggs and hatched 4409 Chicks. Catalogue free. C. J. TRUMP, 4Si So. 8th East Salt Lake City. ' SINGLE COMB BUFF LEG- HORNS, BRED TO LAY. Egg, for Hatching, $1.50 for 15; $7.00 for 100. MRS. B. B. HAAS, Charleston, Utah. S. C. RHODE ISLAND RED...

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