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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

Saturday, april 4, 1909. THE DESERST FAKMXR 11 H WIDE WAGON TIRES. (Continued from page 7.) i ground, and- plowed ground in every condition, from dry, hard and firm to a very wet and soft, show without "ji single exception, a large difference Sin draft in favor of the broad tires. This difference ranged from 17 to ."20 percent. "These statistics throw a strong light upon the question of draft and make distinctly in favor of the cm- ' ployment of the wide tires. There is little reason to doubt that the opinion of practical teamsters would support the .same proposition. Perhaps it would be better to provide for a , gradual adoption of wide tores, but that they arc certain to come cannot well be doubted." An editor in one of the farm pa pers at that time declared that when these wagons once came into general aisc that they would save several mil lion dollars a year to the farmers , and today it is generally admitted that they have made good and arc saving several million dollars annual...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

ssV l i H i-. - - T-H-D'B8B'RT 7ARMIR - - -Saturday,-april a4, 1909. 1 BBBBk I Extract irom tub Deseret Farmer H August 15, 1008 I I fVGRQNQMY H This Departmmt Is Edim bi Trot. J. 6. flHMSOit of iht flirliMltora) Gtliei e H EMERSON ALFALFA RENOVATOR H MACHINES FOR ALFALFA AND thus forming a better raulck for the M BROME GRASS. conservation of moisture. It tears up H all shallow rooted plants better than H A machine has recently come to my docs the disc, thus destroying June H notice which I am sure will soon be or Cheat grass more effectively. It fl 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 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. 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 pulli...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1909. THE DESERET FARMER 13 H The state 'can do much. " TlTc caughtcrs of the farm home arc en titled in colleges schools and institu tes to instruction in domestic econ omy, as the boys arc in com or stock judging or ordinary farming opera tions. Time will eventually do the rest. f Ie arc to have better farming in the tuTurc than our fatlicrs and mothers Mi' dreamed of. ' Better farming means better living, better homes more conviences in the farm home, a more satisfying cbuntry life, a bct- tcr appreciation dfthc fact that the - farmer's wife is the most important 1 Srifon on the farm. In the mcan ti'mfc when the farmer's wife fails, as slid sometimes docs, Sympathize with I b$r Hind' lielp her. She will endure more and make greater sacrifices for her loved ones than any other pcr $dn oh' the fnrm.-Ex-. " ' ' ' ; ' - RECIPES. " n t, ' CREAM SOUPS. Cream of Tomato: Tomatoes can, t (jt. milk 4 tb butter, 4 tb flour, I 1 t salt, pepper, half t soda, 1 tb sugar. Cr...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

id THE DgSE&ET-JrAIlMJRJa.. Saturday,.. AgEJi. 4, w . I I f HORTIGULTURE UTAH VALLEY, UTAH. H I wish lo express my appreciation of your recent articles dealing with H conditions in the great Northwest, H and later the contributions frorro wcll H qualified men in our own fair state, ' H Utah. But I wn somewhat surprised H and disappointed to know that you H 1 ad passed almost without notice the one district in all the West where all the conditions which make a perfect fruit country arc combined. Where climate, soil drainage, water supply, market and transportation facilities arc absolutely right. Where, in fav orable years" and in bad years; in years of frost or years of drought, there is always a perfect crop of peaches and cherries. I refer to Utah I LfWVN MOWERS I Coldwell's Imperial sapiss I is the Best. Jxr yy e H Rijld Frm a -The knife-bar Is bolted $ O 11 H to the sUefranus, insuring a rigid frame. mjw iSCll H Lock Ad us tm en t The Lawn jfiT H Mower is adjusted by moving ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

M SATURDAY, APRIL 24, imV Til 11IIR1I FAIK1R 15 H W cd places on our great table land M have full crops. M These conditions arc just beginning jl to be appreciated. In the last two 9 years large areas have been planted B to peaches and sweet cherries. And E while choice land is still cheap when W compared with the cxaggcatcd prices L of "pfiach land in Grand Valley and otlior widely advertised sections, the m price ,is steadily and rapidly incrcas- ing. Eastern investors arc coming m fn and the resident farmers arc awak- II . a eying to the fact that here is the j ideal spot for fruit culture and home buildings j T. R. KELLY, Springvillc, Utah, t. In the Fruit Grower w "Lion Brand Arsinatc of Lead. All ' tffljQcjsful fruit growers use it , !rQGELER.SEED CO, Gcn'l Agis. ! 0 TJHeJ GROWING OF SWEET PO- 5 TATOES. i 1 , M. W. LUlywhite, B. Y. University, ! 1 . Provo. 1 ; The sweet potato is a vegetable rtjry (rarely planted in climates not having eight or ten months of grow ing; woathor;...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 24 April 1909

I J VOGELER SEED CO. " 1 M MR. FARMER: Have you ever no- ., n!hprT TOO rAyfTTO ttpdti1TC 1 a : deed how much better crops some WWM BROMUS INERMIS f t H ; people produce on their farms than -,M :0M Of all the varieties of cultivated f I m do others; notwithstanding each JMMBM grasses this can be considered the I H t , gives the land and crops the same -MKWMWh u4. a . t .u- I I painstaking care? wMllS" an mSt prom,sm& for thls 1 Did you ever stop and think what fflf MkS i part of the country. It is well 1 vvas the cause? If yi did you no mWWt li adapted for hay and PasturaSe I H Joubt found that the seed planted I 1 j fif II 7 Produces a heavy yield, withstands 1 h w rs at fault. 11 mi'Minh I 11 extreme cold and as a drought re- j H GOOD SEED is the first requisite M MmW1u Vm sister has no e(Iual- It will grow : H to success. Without this your efforts llr fjNiiL w on all kinds of soil. Stock of all , may be expended in vain, therefore mIIIm kinds eat lt greedily, and it is very se...

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

-' ' "T i ! - v , ft flH j tl mimjiii gw -g"'"1 ' mn wmmmmmuiWtMmmm miiiii mmmmmmmmmi i.n n i .. 8 rfl KMkHHHaMHHBIHhBBBBBBIBHBBHBflBBP B H Ber P VOL. 5; NO. XXXIX. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH MAY 1. 1909 HBbir-- H Mr. Fanner here's an interesting opportunity. We now have ready for market m H K 1 100,000 FINE ASPARAGUS ROOTS I I fl Strong healthy roots of extra quality fl 'H M These roots are now ready for delivery at the following prices m H . . fl 100 for 50c 1,000 for $3.00 5,000 for $2.50 per thousand fl 'fl Fl B H , B ! bB I- B ' H In Ij you 7vant to A . i.n i. . , ho incubator ever H I H "rr' tf vr t.i , , , iiiflflMffffPEHHUHIfl "Hide (T'hvs Hotter fl '1 Handy Lee HHBBlBttlSS! Mandy Lee I ' ifl I INCUBATOR HHHHHHHDj INCUBATOR I ''M H ONK SECTION OF OUR TRIM (GROUNDS H 11 IB These grounds are located at (iiiUmlV, Utah B !H f;-i" I ." " JFet our bfe 1909 Catalogue -.r I ft i? I t)ur ataloSllFcl1Js year ispjio of tlie best and most valuable books ever gotten outr-baVkii seed H W& I...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 May 1909

H H J . Til DEKJE&JST jTAftMER SATURDAY, MAY i, i909, I I T flORONOMY H Edited by Prof. J. C. Hogcnion. H AS. C. U. M WEEPS AND THEIR ERADICA- 1 TION. H Canada Thistle (Cardous Arvcnsis.) H This is a perennial weed, differing H from the common thistle in having H "underground stems and lobed spiny B leaves. It has no thick tap-root. It H springs from seeds each year .where H the. seeds have lodged and also H spreads by means of its underground H .stems in places where it already cx- B ' ists. In order to exterminate it the' H underground stems must be starved. B This is a slow process. "If the patch H is small, repeated cutting with hoc H is usually sufficient. Cutting must H be repeated as often as green leaves H appear above ground .Where the H area is large, summer fallowing may H be practiced. The field shou'd be H , lowed shallow in the spring after H the weeds arc up and then harrowed. H Upon the appearance of new growth,- H it should be thoroughly disced and B if necessar...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 May 1909

SATURDAY, jMAY i. 19.Q9-, THE DSRBT JTA&MKR JZ H : y H -For Your Pocketbook's Sake-Read This nrH I I I I I am so confident that the Olds Engine is the most economical and most durabl engine you llajESSBpprMIK H I rnn illlv that I will make this proposition to every buyer of an Olds Engine: SBBSHr i wMl H I agree to replace, free of charge, any part of an Olds Engine that WJBkSm j 1 B breaks or become! worn, from any cause whatsoever, within one year HwSmC lJM 1 from date of shipment, provided the replacement is one you think should jHjgriM0 H L be borne by the manufacturer. You are to be the only judge. There is SSIhHHHHK H to be no argument, no delay in returning old parts and getting new ones; -rv cat afd to do without an H j you decide and I abide by your decision. J.' B. SEAGER, Gen'i Mgr. I J$n& t && I that no shrewd farmer should try to get I H L Do you think this proposition could be made on any engine but a practically perfect one? You along without one. The ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 May 1909

m 1 THJS DflSJERET FARMER Saturday, may i, igog. I H Tjij DESERET FAJR.MEIi (THAT BIG FARM PAPERS H Cnbincd With "Rocky Mountain m Farming." B Established , 1904. M Official Organ of the H Utah State Poultry Association. H Utah Horticultural Society. 1 Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protec- H tivc and Commercial Association. H Utah Arid Farming Association. H Issued every Saturday by the Des- erct Farmer Pub Co., Salt Lake vS'c- curity &' Trust Building, Salt LaEe. City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt Lake City, Utah. H Subscription price ... $1.00 per year (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. H Tllc Polishers 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 aoplication. The right is reserved to H rtject 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. — 1 May 1909

E 7 I I SATURDAY, M.AYiigog. THE DESJSEET FARMER JZ H The W. M. Roylance Co. j I HEADQUARTERS, PROVO, UTAH 1 I .,,lx . OLDEST ESTABLISHED jf .- , I I Utah's largest handlers Fruits, Produce, Alfalfa Seed, Eggs, Hay, 1 I ",g Grain, Etc. Always in the market to buy or sell car load lots or j )L . less, or handle on commission. 1 I fUm The New Horticultural Bill makes it a crime to sell or offer for i r ; sale, wormy or diseased fruits; you can avoid this by using a "Bean I a Pump" to spray with and "Rex Sulpher and Lime Solution" for early i 1 W I spring, and "Swifts Arsenate of Lead" for the Codling Moth and oth- I Ier insects later on. We are State Agents for all three and will make ; I you close prices as we buy in car load lots, and want your trade. I Write, telphone or see us. REMEMBER TOO. We will buy or handle all the Fruits and pro- 1 duce you raise, if first-class. 1 Ik years od, and should have been in K school. How often when the boys 'PV come home from school and ask for 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. — 1 May 1909

m ( I H ft H J TAB DBEK&JET FARMIR 3XTURDA.Y, MAY i, igog. I I I Ky4 IF YOU'VE I IaL'I NEVER VfORN I lfVmSLICKER UmtU Wto team trie bodily H N vL Y comfort It gives fn H l IcSfr w the wettest weather H I 1 ( lAni V. I MADEFOrt I )0(lp l HA.cirv,CE: I (1(1 I 1 1 ' 1 I GUARANTEED I m IVI waterproof H (j I 1 .roo sH r-m2k f I Ml 3h--mSE C3 li 1 I AT All GOOD STORES WH CATALOG FREE HI . . 4BVdJr AJTOWtataBOSTOM.UVA. jbj o fM TowtBCANAfiUMcauHiTcaTovowrauH H If there is anything the mutter with your berMA or stock, use I W. B. CHAPMAN'S LINIMENT H For Man er BenM. If it doe nst Csre when allteik.don'tpAylorit. Get year tnoaey back. H AT ALL DRUGGISTS, WHOLES ALB BY W. A. NCLDCN ORUQ CO. SALT LAKE CITY UTAH H j. & I BUY A WATERED FARM IN THE BEAUTIFUL CACHE VALLEY1 H Four miles from Logan; 380 acres, all Beet land; well I fenced in 5 enclosures. Modern 5-room Cottage; flow- I ing wells. 120 acres in wheat; -15 acres in timothy r H and clover; 55 acres in alfalfa. All necessary mac...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 May 1909

1 Saturday, M A Y -i, 1909. THE D JE 8 E R E T FARMER 7 ) H I Pfcvcntion.-In the older countries I horsemen too often accent distemper 1 as inevitable. They expect that all l horses will have it sooner or later, I and it is not worth while to guard 1 against it, however, there arc places I and .breeding establishments in Amcr- ica. where this disease never exists, I though prevailing all around them. During the existence of distemper in a district, exclude strange horses or mules from your' stable. Keep young horses from public stables or yards, or from public drinking troughs or any places that might ihavc been soiled by infected animals. Give good nutritious food; allow pure uatcr; and disinfect all utensils, used for horses, when brought from another place or bought second hand. Immunization. An attack renders the animal immune, but this may be ' early overcome by changes of loca tion and stronger infection than the first time. Treatment. In mild, regular cases, hygienic measures...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 May 1909

W j THE DJBSJERET JTARMJER SATURDAY, MAY-i, i-gog. I I The Best 3ts The Best M I I Separator Hp" Separator I I To Buy. & To Sell.I ; For the Farmer. A For the Dealer. H H! B A machine Unit's ready to run J A machine that tays sold B H! H every time he wants to ukc it n and gives lasting satisfaction. H H: 1 That will get all of the W That does all the user c- mf Hi k cream, all of the time, under Ht poets of it, all the time. AJ . Mall conditions ' Thftt .R bnckcd irccly t,v M H IB Thit will produce any 't- H the manufacturer. Hi rc 1 density of cream ML Thnl . buUt right ftnd gtny8 H i H '1 h it runs easily and i . easily K right wi'hm't constant at ten H Mi, jB cleaned and c.ired f r 9K lun I Bthe 1909 JTMTED CI CREAM MlMPROVED U STATEkJ SEPARATOR H n FULFILLS EVERY REQUIREMENT. M H fj It i; backed by years of experience in building hand separators and V& m Afl is made today of the s::mc hi ;h jridc milcrials and with the extreme mM H M i -e that has nnde the United States...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 May 1909

AaturdaYv MAY-tv-xgogr THE DESERET FARMER 4 H A Bureau at Vnsliinjft5n D- G., fox. yK Circular I30 . . '- A' Striking example of the possibi- . Hty of improving d.try conditions through the score-card system is , shown in the report of 20 dairies at Riehmond, Va., which made the grcat- ' est percentage of grain from the first serc to tic last during a period o "fgi1 rnqnths. The lowest score. was 20 points on a scale of 100. "This jnec," snuNQic health officer, "was ' indescribably ifeid. Seventeen cows - were huddled into dark foul sheds, . with about 200 cubic feet of air space " to each cow. The -water supply was K grossly contaminated! The milk was ft. j poured from dirty milk pails into cans which stood in manure in a dirty stable yard. Everything was in kecp- ing with this partial picture." This dairyman immediately took steps to meet the requirements of the scoring syitcm in use, and his cows showed steady improvement visit by visit, the &" !l scorc showing 62rS, 'which 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. — 1 May 1909

I 10 V Til DHH1T rAXMlI SATURDAY, MAY i, igog. Ninth East Ashton Avenue H Take Ashten Avenvin Car B Ball Phone Forrest 70-x Brook and Rainbow Trout Fry Etfgs and Stock from my Prize Winning WWte Plymouth Rocks an J R.korft Island Re4 Chicken H Prairie State H Incubators, Breeders n4 H Universal Hovers H Patrons Cordially Invited to Inspect I FARMER VADWER'S PLACE H POULTRY FOR SALE. H A few purc-brcd White Wyan- H dottcs; also Rose Comb Brown Lcg- H horn hens for sale. Write A. H. LEE, H Route 5, Murray, Utah. H S C. BROWN LEGHORN Eggs H for Hatching in any number from one setting up. $i.oo for 13; $7.00 ,pcr 100. JOSEPH BARKER, R. D. No. 3 Ogden, Utah PETALUMA 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; $7.00 for 100. MRS. B. B. HAAS, Charleston, Utah. S. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. . A good laying...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 May 1909

I 1 H 1 ' IB 1 Saturday, MAY i, igog. THE DS8KKT FAKMIK 11 I i colony system will fit in with crop rotations and for part of the year will live on the stubble fields. A good size to build a colony house is 7x12. A team of horses will pull a house of this size, and it will ac commodate 30 to 40 fowls. In very cold sections I would advise the cur tain front, using eight-ounce duck, covering one end entirely with this. In most sections a plain open front of poultry netting will do, the wire being put on as a protection against wild animals. N Construction of the Colony House. The runners arc madcW 3ux6"xi4" rough material and act as side sills for the house. They should be bev eled at ends in order to slide easily. The cross sills arc 3Mx4"x7". They arc set 2" into the runners, and 12" from the ends, and fastened with W bolts. ' When the siding is put on vertical ly, there is no studding used. The plates arc 2"x3"xi2 halved at each end. To the plates arc nailed the i"xi2" xs' side boar...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 May 1909

W - v THE DSSJBRBT UKHIK SATURDAY, MAY ., .909. I I THE HOM5 H Edited by Miss Hazel Love, A. C. U. H HOUSE CLEANING Jean Williams, B. Y. U. H ' Wcllspring is with us again! And H with it conic joys and sorrows, work Hl and play, and many tasks for every H one of us.- In distributing this work. H ' spring lias hot forgotten the housed H wife; to her she leaves the happy! H I task,. of, cleaning house. H . blouse cleaning" the word itself H is enough to give the gentleman" H "horrors" and start him on his usual H performances of growling and com- H plaining, while .big Indian-like he H , leaves to his wife all the hard work H and the backache. H There arc many' different ideas con- H corning liousc-clcaning. Some people H prefer moving everything out before !j they start to clean; others think it better to take things more slowly, and do one room at a time. There H? is still a third c'ass who think it best m to move out of the house and leave H the dirt behind them. The last nam- 1 cd...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 May 1909

SATURDAY, MAY i, 1909. THE DtSBREI FARMER 11 jM iqj water was applied for none was iqjfic had. The results were astonish ing The seeds germinated, the young plants grew, and the Yield was satis- factory both as to quality and quan Tity. The next soasoli a larger gar- den was planted, flower seeds were L sawn, and youngtfecs were set out I This, the thirdyoir, the most bcauti- 1 ' ful agricultural spot in the south end of Teton basin is Kcarslcy's arid farm j garden. The. luxuriant growth of the I vugetablcs'imuitc equafs that on the I irrigated farnisof Utah. There are C potatoes, carroty turnips, cabbage, cau'iilower, peas, fteans, and man y other of the more or less common K vegetables; there are flowers of nil kinds leading from thclgatc to the Iiqufc, the two-ycar-oldl trees look f thrifty, in fact it is thcjbcst looking )V garden encountered in ,a trip through ' . Hour Lake valley, Stanvallcy, and the intervening valleys to Teton basin. A striking fact was that everything growi...

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 May 1909

I 14 TH DJE5JE&JST fARMER Saturday, may , i9og 1 I 1 Entomology I E. G. Titus. I The Alfalfa Lcaf-Wccvil. This imported insect is already out H feeding upon the alfalfa; eggs arc H! now being laid in the young grow H' ing alfalfa and larva'c arc present I in quite numbers. Evcryonc that ha3 H had experience with this pest knows the serious damage that will occur H on the first crop, hence, every care H should be taken to check it. Tdic H ditch .hanks and fence rows where, H su4ct2 covcr l5 growing should be H j vciyy Jthoroughly, "burned over, and Ml i where possible the young sweet clov cr pulled or hoed out. An effort should be made to get railroad com panies on the lines running south from Sa't Lake, to keep their right-of-ways carefully cleaned from plants upon which this weevil feeds. Its southward advance last year was quite marked, and every effort will reed to be made to prevent the weevil (torn spreading. All during May we will give a spec ial discount of 7 per cent on ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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