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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

I SATURDAY, AUGUST i, i9oA8. THE D E 8 E R 3E T FARMER .13 I wife indifferent to everything in the world except, perhaps a evening par ty or a matinee, or Marie Corclli's last novel 1 There is no home atmos phere there. Hc has simply come back to an uncomfortable dwelling place, to which he is 'bound by social law -and habit. He pays the grocer's bills, the servant's wages, dress mak er's and milliner's bills, and bills for the children', tuition and music les sons, but alasl he is very far from having built a home. There are sev eral types of women who arc not home-makers'. There arc, likewise several types of men who arc not home-makers. Sometimes this lack of the home-building capacity is -merely an inherent infirmity, as much to be pitied as to be blamed. There is a male prototype of Dickens "Little Dora" that few people take into ac ' count. 1 He is the amiable, plcasatt man whose intentions arc better than his I performances. He is perfectly un conscious of his failings and hi...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

M Jt THE DBSBRBT RA Ef ME VR 1 J Aturda y; - A(u6ust v !, i 9 0 P. I 1 SUGfR BEETS H B PROBLEMS OF BEET CULTURE B . I IRRIGATION. M By Jesse H. Byffuin. H (Continued FrrtnvLast Week.) 1 Again' nitrates, generally the M ' most important . clement in the m plant fodd line, "are prbdtfecd H only in the presence of free oxygen. m So I desire to emphasize this fact, B namely, that when the pores of"ny B soil are filled with water, the growth 1 of fjlant life and its successful devci- H opment is immeasurably retarded and M hindered. So if over-irrigation work- m cd no other harm than this, the one H consideration ought to, suffice in com- M polling the irrigator to pause and H think, Soaking' the ground with.wafc- H cr can never do any good it inyari- H ablydocs damage where cropping is H intended. H We can get at the same fact from H another direction. It is quite crron- H coutot -supposevthat we cai&rcctify H the lack of moisture of a pcrjocl past H or meet the demands of the thirs...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

SATURDAY, AUGUST i, 1908- THE DESERET FARMER 15 H UTAH SUGAR BEET CROP. About 30,000 Acres Under Cultivation Yield 300,000 Tons. According to Lou J. Haddock, sec retary of the M. & M., who has had occasion to prepare some statistics on the subject, there are now 30,000 acres 2 of sugar beets under cultivation in the state. The annual yield is 300,000 tons of fo-ccts, or 600,000,000 pounds. From the beets 30,000 tons or 60, 000,000 pounds of sugar arc obtained. The beet growers, he says, receive $1,500,000 for their product. It would take a train 100 miles long to transport the beets, he says, -and a train 12 miles long to, transport the refined sugar. FARMERS, ATTENTION 1 Wc are in the market at all times for Wheat, Oats and Barley. Write to us for prices. Wc pay Spot Cash. DAVID ROBBINS & CO. Salt Lake City, Utah. km,. From Mt. Pleasant Pyramid. A fruit packing plant is the next industry of importance promised for Sanpete County. N. H. Omanscn o' Spring City has determined ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 August 1908

'" I 16 ' i THE DiE;UgT FARMER Saturday, august m 9i & I ( . j I It I ALWAYS SELECT THE BEST i OSBORNE :l I is mil Etta HEADERS I Mi wf Ww AC ip IP Jl I LEAD ALL OTHER MAKES I For Simplicity and Lightness of Draft. ; 1 I Any Farmer's Boy can Understand and Operate them. Price and terms are right. I ; I UTAH IMLPEMEHMEHICLE CO. j I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH . ' I I I Binding Twine - Oil Repairs j j I

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

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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. — 8 August 1908

I 2v. IHI D1SEBBI FARMER SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, I9o8. I I ALFALF A--?m.-- I (ONE OF 'NATURE'S RICHEST GIFTS TO MANg) J ' I :' " ' " ' i ' i l I EMERSON ALFALFA RENOVATOR M Will destroy weeds and all foreign grasses in your alfalfa fields; loosens M the soil to a depth two to four inches, forming a dust mulch which protects m the roots from the sun and holds the moisture which 'otherwise would 1 evaporate. ! . & m Write us for further information. Sold only by I MILLER -CAHOON CO. H PIONEER IMPLEMENT DEALERS OF UTAH I L. C. MILLER, Gtn'l Mr. MURRAY, UTAH THREE CAR LOADS OF RE AUTOMOBILES SHIPPED OUR COUNTRY TERRITORY IN MAY H WHO WILL BE THE NEXT BfeSSg? H TO SHOW WISDOM ALONG WMnjjtaA. H THESE LINES, TO SHOW rSfKSS H APPRECIATION OF MOD (&SWr ERN UP-TO-DATE METH- ffivflfSJS' REMEMBER A REO AUTOMOBILE CAN BE USED FOR A GREAT MANY PURPOSES TO YOUR H ADVANTAGE. H WRITE AND ASK US ABOUT THIS. SHARNAN AUTOMOBILE CO. iot-m W. . T 1 St. HALT LAXE CITY, UTAH I THE WORLD'S BEST LAYERS !...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

Saturday, august 8, 190 TEE DESERET FARMER 3 H If you really knew how good the used to be fully appreciated ; there wagon itself when put to the Hesse Ludlow is stronger, easier Hesse Ludlow wagon is, your next is no other wagon just like them. actual test, puts up the un- riding, and more durable Jhan H wagon would surely be a Hesse. Our talk to you, we hope will disputable arguments of superior- any other wagon n'dwv'bcing'- H Hesse Ludlow wagons must be be convincing, yet we know the ity. In brief, the offered. H CONSOLIDATED WAGON & MACHINE CO. I Leading Implement Dealers H . : HOUSES AT SALT LAKE, OGDEN, LOGAN, PRICE, UTAH; IDAHO FALLS, MONTPELIER, IDAHO. H JOSEPH F.JMITH, W. S. McCORNICK, MELVIN D. WELLS, GRANT HAMPTON, GEO. T. ODELL, H President. Vice-President. Secy, and Trcas. Asst. Secy, and Trcas. General Mgr. H each driver with an accurate map of distances and a time card. By this each driver will be enabled to judge at any time the location of the ma chine preceding...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

H 3L : . , . T H K1.BJ5 S E R E'T FARMER Saturday, august 8, 1908. I THE DESERET FARMER H (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) M CombkiKl With "Rocky Mountain H Farming." H I Established 1904. WM Official Organ of the Bfl I Utah 'State Poultry Association. M Utah Horticultural Society. H Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H lear River Valley Farmers' Protec- H tive and Comme .ial Association. H 'Utah Arid Farminf Association. H Issued every Saturday by the Dcs- V crct Farmer Pub. Co.. Salt Lake Sc- H curity & Trust Building, Salt Lake H City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter .Dec. H 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt M Cake City, Utah. H Subscription price $1.00 per year H (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 H application. ( The right is reserved to H r...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

I i SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1 9 o 8. T H El D E S E Jfc ET 7ARM?P .. I ' from the factory will be With the I . j party. The start will be made from Tenth J and Main streets, and the cars sent out in regular five-minute formation. Already entries have been received from outside points, car9 being en tered from San Diego, Riverside, Red lands, Pomona, Santa Ana, Bakers field tand Fresno. It is expected that Los Angeles will j enter more than fifty cars and the number may reach seventy-five. I,os Angeles Express, July 18; ANOTHER PLACE FOR ECONO MY ON THE FARM. Erastus Peterson. Written for the Dcscrct Farmer. We often find printed on the pages of this paper suggestions with refer ence to the care of farm implements, and one cannot ljclp but note the marked improvement in this regard. Still there is yet a great deal of in difference. An observer need not travel far in a farming district toifind plows, rakes mowers, binders and - even threshing machines standing in the field, exposed to the...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

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Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

fl&ruRDAY, august ' 8, " 19M. T 'h EDESERET FARM' jn JJr I V , VETERINARY SCIENCE. - . Edited by Dr. H. J. Frederick, $?, State Agricultural College. I . 1 ' i(, WART ON A HORSE ,-,, , Tcasdalc, Utah. , Editor Descrct Runner: I wish you would let me know in the next issue of the Descrct Farmer what to do fc?r a wart on a horse's head where the brow-band goes around. The wart has been cut out once and the wound secured with a hot iron, but it has grown out again and is about the I Size of an egg. CHARLES SNOW '-111'' Answer by Dr. Frederick. A wart dan be removed from any part of the animal by cutting it off even with or under the skin. Somc times it is necessary to dissect them Ojit deeper into the tissues. How ever, by cutting them off on a level with the skin and applying a red hot iron wc usifaJly do away with the condition. It is necessary to keep the part absolutely clean, and not allow collections of dirt, blood, puss . or manure to accumulate where TT this litis been remo...

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

I j T.HyE DBS BrEJBfT , I A R JME tR Saturday august , s, 1 9 o j. I " DfllRYlNG I THE COW'S MISSION. H It appears tlrat it is, after all, the fl cow that is to work out the salvation M and the complete civilization of Ja- H pan. She has begun her good work m there and is hustling it along at a M rate that promises speedy betterment M for the Mikado's people. According M to a writer in Harper's Weekly, there m was actinic when milk was regarded in M Japan wiih the same abhorrence as m cheese in Ghina. Recent statistics, M however, show that time has worked H a great change in this respect, and m milk, and butter arc now in great M favor in Japan. Whereas, twenty-five M years ago not more than one or two H per cent of the persons visiting a H European restaurant or eating a Euro- H pcan niftai at a friend's house would H, have thought of touching butter, ful- H ly forty or fifty per cent now cat it H with a relish. They arc, however. H quite content to do without it. H Dairy forms ha...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

Saturday, august 8, 190S. .T,HrE D E S E E E T FARMER i bcrfself the loading agricultural coun ty in our state, on; her dairying alone. She need seek no other field to achieve greatness and fame. Geo- i graphically at is ty on our herds of ' pure-bred Jerseys and Holstcins, ( these two breeds 'having become su- ' pneme in our midst. We have watched these magnificent milking machines slowly displace from our stables, the big boned shorthorn ' grade, so impossible for our beautiful little county not to be a dairying cen ter. With her thousands of acres of low-lying pasture land, land that runs down from all sides from the peach land above, farther down to the ap plies, then lower still to the pasture and the countless acres of grazing land meeting on all sides into the lake, there is formed one of the most ideal -pictures it is possible to con jure up. , Our herds of dairy stock arc ex celled by few in the state. Our dairy men arc modern energetic men and arc growing more so da.ily. W...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

I llO ,.-. , ...... , . . T TL. DBS X.R BT jJl RM.B R . . s Aturday, ugust ' s;w Vgifa I f T'"P O U U T R Y " I BREEDING .BY SELECTION. H J C. S. Gorlinc. I I ybiifP- jfni 1 m In the early days- of telegraphy B each instrument win cqifppcuf-lwiMi M recorder on which the message was M recorded in dots and dashes which M was afterward transcribed inlo'Iong- B hand by the receiving operator.. Then B Ganic a time when' operators'. became B s expert llti.t the recorder wns dis- B carded and the message was received B by sound: mid transcribed as received. B ifilrc recorder was tqo slow and cum- B bcrsomc Tor business methods rc- B quired morc, rapid and accurate scr- fB vice There was a time when the m orc-carrd was deemed all important B and; each bird at poultry show was B laboriously handled and scored by & M the judge who called -the cuts ttfan' B assistant who handled the cards and H & i B recorded the calls. When there was ifl m l,husn,u or more birds to be B; scored it .me...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

w ii tavoa ,?A(tHUw 1DIIA1 tlIftSa lit S AfDU-RD A Yr AUGUST 8, i-g o 8i TiIJ!D-l!SIllt!E, T"FAR"ME"J " -" - "Yl H l 1 familiar to himasa mcmbcr of hisj I ' household., The best workers arc rc- j ' baincd for eggs for hatching Hie next year. Year after year this process goes on. The pen records arc faith fully kept showing the pen averages only and year oiftcr year only indi viduals that have passed the most exacting requirements' as to vigor and abiHt" pre retained as breeders. " " r DECREASE IN SHEEP. , ! ' Figure9 from the Department of Agriculture January, 1903, showed there wore 63,964,876 head, and on January if 1907, this had decreased to ! 53,240,00.) head. A' writer in the Re view of Reviews says this decrease was due to the extraordinary demand for mutton and lamb, leading to the selling and slaughter of a large por tion of the total number of shocp. Stockyards reports ' from Chicago, Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City and Denver in the last few years show it tremendous increa...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

I li Til DIS1I1T FitXIl SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1908, I Of al tbt pMfk hUN H worW waa Cnglrt Not H a fct a Usual a "BaaT Taleyfaoaa I It is the Farmer B JL BBB7aa wp BBBBBjwBJ WSBBB jPl jBBjr BBBBBJ HMV BBt IV aTBvBPvBa SaTPPsaBfcp IwM HP Mnc wHkawt it irlfkt I?! Imp slnssaa m fi4maaa1 01-m H geac. V HH Waaearec m aniarijaaea'.jaaay fa HH aa, If ft Mepftoaa m at mmC afa V B aan 1m WMimii instantly. V Oftai the nafcmtaa tfcacl K MTd mack the dbriafeic ti -l twNi lota of lift and arofriy,Y 1 ! antit aceatcvatioa. H la your fcoaaafcola1 prepared , H far mcrada Ht y a , BELL telepfcoaa? Get a "BelT aow-Doa't jra 1 araatinate aivl ragrtt. a M Evacybody ejeti where raaga , THIS BaC I . Rooky Momfcti aUU H 4t BpBBBBtBBtTBWP sfcsr a 1 '- i H THE SCENIC LINK H Connecting at Ogdaa Uaitm Depot with all H SOUTHERN PACIFIC AND H OREGON SHORT LINE H TRAINS. M Ta Only Transcontinental M line Pasafag Directly h Thcoagh Salt Lake City. hbb fJ" a-faippaa aac jat Tntaaa Dally aatwawi fl Ogdcn and Denycr V...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

Saturday, augu&t. i, i got ... Tfll D 1 U B I T ,Tt A R M El 'ir I and only a farmer, reaches at about 60 years of age. A farmer and his wife travel together, sec the countries and places they have read about and visit their married children together. You never hear of a farmer going off and visiting his folks, white his wife goes in mother direction and visits I hers. ALWAYS - READY LEMONADE. NOTE. This recipe has been trjed at the home of "Yc Editor" who can from experience highly recommend it. There is nothing more refreshing on a hot day thani a long drink of cool lemonade, but, however anxious the hostess srjay be to serve this bever age, it is Lomctimcs impossible to do so owing to the .lack of necessary in-, grcdicnts. In fact, it is for just this reason that the sirup that may be pre pared by the following recipe is one o! the grjeatest of household conven iences. It is delicious, but what is still more important it -enables one to procure a supply of lemonade literally ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

14 TH1! DE S X BJBT FARMER SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1 gs I I ORTIGULTURE B This Department is .Edited by Prof. " R. Sr. Northrop, State Agri-' 4 I i f . cultural College. v t THEtfJONATftAN APPVLE.) ? A, f fu rpl -'! 0nc ofirthcr leading apples? in ,tncJ K ' 1 ' Si b "" f f ?, Afc H Wst idayis ' the 'Jonathan!;;, TO att?actifccolor alTdhlfhtalifyksr won.jta place on the market which command's a high figure. This fact H ii' . . . H C0UJ1 w,tn 'ts car'y maturity and H productiveness make it a great favor-, H itdPyjth the grower and in consc- J quen&Sit is being more largely plants Hi edfeach year. H Since it is so extensively grown H througout thccntirc Rocky Mountain H country, it may .be ofnntcrest; to the' H manymen who arc. growing it La si well 1 twls? many others" who-dchght in H cdtingfthis fine apple,1 to kridtf sbnW-' H thinjmtf its history and' relationships :v I PT?1C Annlcs of Ncw York," a H boo1publishcd by the New 3rxrkg H StaTeExprer H byefrSf2A?BchchfidThc fol H lowing ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1908 T H 35 DESERET FARMER 15 I WHAT OUR READERS SEE IN THE "FARMER'S" ADVER TISEMENTS. y Connnc, Utah, July 30, 1908 The Descrct Farmer Pub. Co., Gentlemen:-! sec in your issue of July 25th, advertised by the Burton Implement Company, an orchard wagon. This is the first time any thing has appeared in the way of an orchard wagon an any papers of Utah. Of course the price is not named here, but being well acquainted with the workings of this wagon, I should advise all orchard men to write to the Burton Implement Company, Ogdcn, Utah, and find out more in detail of its qualifications and price. Very truly yours, W. H. ROWE. u NOT VERY ELEVATING; THIS I Is it impossible for women to fink1! their toilettes except in public and before the eyes of men? Go into any public gathering of women, and the vulgar practice of making a dressing room of a public auditorium inimc Idiately starts in. One woman's hands invariably go to her hair, and cither she extracts a sidb-comb a...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 8 August 1908

H i 1 I r6'. ! .ju . . i Ti7.nrfbu3iUB'A!EM&- . Saturday, august slg. I H Are solving tho hired help problem for nHRfH W3mMl m hundreds of farmers. wf 4 'I IxflflBfzTS m Vertical Enrfinec mado 11 2 and 3-Horae Power. HH WtBmmmk H Horizontal EnrfhuM (Portnblo and Stationary) Hl UBK&RfTl H Air Cooled Engines, 1-IIorso Power. 9HttMIBI i Traction En4ies, 10,12,5nnd20-Horse Power. 3HHP9 H Also sawlngr, apraylnir and pumping outfits. SEmS5& YOU offer high wages, nnd still wenthcr. You will hnvo no difficulty In find It dlfTicult to get hired men. operating or controlling It. Why not do as other progressive Only few cents per hour Is re- m farmer aro doing let ono of the quired for fuel. All I. H. C. engines M dcpcndablo and ever ready I. H. C use cither gas, gasoline or denatured H gasoline engines be your hired man? alcohol. H Suppose you want to grind feed, Please notice In the afeorallBt of ttylea and m pump water, operato tho churn, grind- elr.es that there is an I. II. C....

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