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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 1 May 1909

I ) I I SATURDAY, MAY i, xgog. Til 111IIKT JTAEMBR M I WEED ERADICATION. (Continued from page 3.) I The flowers arc Jn dense umbels very Wf dull purple or lavender in color. The M whole plant 'lias an abundance 01 thick milky juice which it exhudes W upon thb slightest wound. This pest B spreads by means of root stocks. I Repeated cutting with the hoc or B "t Ml H mower or continuous cultivation will B destroy it in time. In the pasture B it would bccut at least four times Bj during the season in order to subdue Bft Fox Tail, BarlcyGrass, or Squirrel- B Tail Grass (Alopecurus Aristulatua.) jHjfc Found in wet or damp meadows. jB The plant grows jusua'ly in bunches jB to the height of from twelve to eight- B ccn inches, terminating in a dense B head an inch and a half to two inches B in diameter. It has long awns or B beards which cause the seeds to ad- B here to and crawl through almost B any loose fabric where it can get B hold. It should be gathered and B burned to prevent seeding,...

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 May 1909

HBKWjBHUPHBHKv -;, ' - H ' jw u f H I VOGELERBBD CPU 1 RJ w B fr, t- h r BT ' ' "m mi I-"' " KE H -V H" Vffl I ,' ' ' MR. FARMER: Have you ever no- ., iSv&fs RROMUS TTSTRRMTS "' f W ticed how much better crops some L Sj? . . 1 11& H , people produce on their farms than fMWS all the varieties of cultivated 'If if - d others; notwithstanding each aMW grasses this can be considered ihe k , ; gives the land and crops the same SSWSm best and most promising for this 1 -IT H a sBl i . nSltMrti ilft Vlr3i wi lifcr --. " P -JL K J T Did you ever stopand think what Jvfi mWw' A ad otcd for hav and oasturace 1 d$ Mv !' ' was the cause? If you did you no t mtmmmr km , . . .. .,, , 1 V ' doubt found that the ed planted ' H 11 H produces a heavy yield, withstands i & H). ; was at fault. lUtmifMn ill if extreme,co and as a drought re- f K I GOOD SEED is the firstrequisite ' ' oBflf fflj 7ijl sister ha no e(luaL It: iU grow 1 JB H to success, Without this your efforts lJll!OT Aw on a11 k...

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 May 1909

Bur 'w I v- v h' H IP-- mB55 iMTi k H h 1 JMflHiHHHHHMHBIHHHHHflBHHilHHilli h 1 V VOL, 5: NO. XL. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH MAY 8. 1909 I I r . Mr. Farmer here's an interesting opportunity. We now have nady,for market H H 1 100,000 FINE ASPARAGUS ROOTS I I ENH 'J v Strong heathy roots jf extra quality H H nftMAjfl- 'i!tll Tllese voo& are now eady r deliver at the following prices , H H Pn.B WT for $3.00 5,000 for tibfjfi per thousand I Man(,y Lee tatt) Mandy Lei I liBBBBBBIIHl I H ONE SECTION OF OUR TRIAL GROUNDS IH I H These grounds are located at Centcrville, Utah , " '- B H I I Get our big 1909 Catalogue I I I Our Catalogue this year is one of the best and most valuable books ever gotten out by a Utah seed I I J house. It has a great many illustrations and is valuable to any farmer. H I J? H A postal will bring it write today H 1 r I Porter-Walton Company I ' j I H Warehouse and General Offices Salt Lake City, Utah 9 I 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. — 8 May 1909

H 2 xTMi DiJliJtiT JAJtMJEK Saturday, Ma-y, 8, 1909. 1' HHmH 1 - - ... - - Kj "LION BRAND" H Sowing Materials H For 30 years we have been manu- H factoring spraying materials our H reputation and experience insures H you the lowest prices consistent, H Standard Unhorm Quality m Why risk injuring your trees and H plants with untried mixtures? Al- 1 wys use H LUnBrand Arsenate of Lad M LionBrandPur Paris Green H Lion Brand Limi 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. m Distributing Agents m Salt Lake Hardware Co. M Vogelcr Seed A Produce Co. H Salt Lako City, Utah M Send at once for our Free Booklet When, Why, Mow to Spray, H and What to Spray Wit, I . Thi Jas. A. Blanchard Co. H -; Certlandt Building H New York City H SEED OATS FREE. Our Gold H Ycdal Seed Oats will produce twice H the cost of the seed; then it costs H you nothing a...

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 May 1909

Br II iu the farmers of $780,000. In the S same year the farmers of the state if owned 119,000 horses, valued at $8,- 449,000, and 3,000 mules worth an B average price of $61 per head, or f $183,000. These same farmers own- i cd 79,000 cows, which furnished for U 52 creameries, 2 condcnscrics and K about 25 cheese factories. 13 The luxuriant bunch grass ranges R were being grazed by 324,000 head of i cattle and nearly three million sheep which, together represented a value , of $17,000,000. The washed and unwashed wool I clip of that year amounted to 13,- S, 902,500 pounds and when marketed (as scoured wool produced an income of $1,767,715. h To feed these immense herds of live stock during the snowy winter ' months 355,000 acres of the fertile valleys of the state produced 74G, f 4 000 tons of hay worth $5,222,000 or I at the rate of $14.71 per acre. J Ever since the first settlers came to Utah, fruit has been grown, and 1( with the continually increasing popu- m lation the state i...

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 May 1909

1 i 2-S' T3 DB3ERBT JTA'e'MJBR SATUJRDAY, MAY 8 1909. 1 M rii.K DI0S1CIM0T KAKAIBIi' H (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) m Combined With "Rocky Moutain H Farming." H Established 1904. H Official Organ of the M fjtah State Poultry Association. ( H '-Utah Horticultural Society. H Utah Arid Farming Association. M Utah State Dairymen's Association. B Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Bear River Valley Farmers' Protcc- H tiyc and Commercial Association H Issued every Saturday by the Des- H crct farmer Pub Co., 310 State Street, H Salt Lake City, Utah. H Entgfgdras second class matter Dec. H 27, 1905,'- at the Poslofftcc -at Salt H Lake Qity, 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 up- H on application. The right is reserved H to reject questionable advertising. H Al...

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 May 1909

I Saturday, may 8, 1909. THE DBSERBT FARMER 5 M ! The W. M. Roylance Co. j I HEADQUARTERS, PROVO, UTAH I I OLDEST ESTABLISHED I ! I I Utah's largest handlers Fruits, Produce, Alfalfa Seed, Eggs, Hay, j Grain, Etc. Always in the market to buy or sell car load lots or I . I I less, or handle on commission, 1 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 I er 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 I Write, telphone or see us. REMEMBER TOO. We will buy or handle all the Fruits and pro- w H duce you raise, if first-class. 1 H I 1 1 fl ' ficriptive articles there arc "An Ad- l enturc in the Wilderness' illustrat- 1 ed by Ira F. Brim; "Phenomena in Old Mexico," il...

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 May 1909

I t m o TJIE DJEEEftJfcT. JTAftltJCE Saturday, may a, 1909, fl I I TOWER'S FISH BRAND M WATERPROOF vp H OILED V CLOTHING vg H will give you full value SMuTA H for every dollar spent .b(& C$ M and keep you dry In 'FH'wii.V. Vl H the wettest weather. ItTiii vf H SUITS 322 WLJ SLICKERS 322 VI JPV POMMEL SLICKERSV m $350 n'l jFt i- H SOW VERYWHP -hj Lj H CATALOG ? Jg gHfrV H AJ.TOWCR CO. BOSTON. U.S.A. . H Tower Canadian Co.umitcd Toronto. can. B If there Is anything the matter with your H horsea or stock, use W. B. CHAPMAN'S LINIMENT M For Man or Beast. If it doea not Cure when M allfaila.dontpftyforit. Get your money back. H AT ALL DRUGGISTS, WHOLESALE BY fl W. A. NELDEN DRUG CO. H SALT LAKB CITY UTAH fl i Wmrrmtmim mtvm MMMimiHm. QombauU'm Caustic Balsam Kit Imitators But Hi Cimpititirs. Safe, Speedy and Positive Cure for ark Iplint iweeay, Caaaea1 Veek, Hraiaea Teado&a, Taaaaer, Wias TvXt, aai all lameaeas freaa i paria, Kltffiaaa aal after hear tuaaera. area all alda Akeawa...

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 May 1909

I SATURDAY, MAY 8, i99' TH D jfa S A & JE 1 j A it J jfc & o I I as having the swollen and feverish I udder meets with some kind of in- I jury, causing this condition. It .s I probable that her udder may be bruised while in the stable or that she may be kicked or bunted by oth n er animals, causing an irritation and afterwards an inflammation. Where this happens the milk usually be comes thick. When this is the condition, hot fomentations to the udder consisting of water as warm as the hand can bear with some mild disenfoctant in it will help to overcome the condi t:on. If the milk continues to be . ropy, I would advise injecting equal parts of water and hydrogen-peroxide up into the teat, rubbing it well and then milking it out again. Try and keep the animal from getting in jured again and sec that after apply ing hot fomentations the udder :s thoroughly dried and possibly oiled I to keep it soft and pliable. By observing the above prccau (j lions, I believe you can overcom...

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 May 1909

H THK DII1KJET Jf AJLMIR Saturday, may a, i9o9. I Idlest 3k The Best I I Separator WT' Separator I I 1 To Buy. tjL To Sell.I H For the Farmer. J For the Dealer. H B A mac-hind lint's ready to run A machine that stays cold m H H every time he wants to use it. n and gives lasting; satisfaction. M iH A That wiu sot ai1 f thc ify That docs a11 ixc mcr cx" Hi H k crenni, all of thc time, under H pects of it, all the time. UI H Hall conditions. That is bncked directly by E H MM Tint will produce any de- H thc manufacturer. HA H H sired density of crenni. m T,mt ., buiIt right and atay, H H H That runs easily and is easily B right without constant attcn- WM H H cleaned and cared for. 9k t'011, H If BTHE 1909 fTNITED CI CREAM MlMPROVED U STATEkJ SEPARATOR H fl FULFILLS EVERY REQUIREMENT. M H bH It is backed by years of experience in building hand separators and Y& Hj fl is made today of the same hi'li grule materials and with thc extreme mm H fl cire that has midc thc United States Crea...

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 May 1909

Saturday, may 8, 1909. THE DKSIRUT FARMER 9 H fat, which brought her $65.25. I" , contrast to these records is the show ling made by a herd of twenty-eight cows. The production of this herd was 2,147 pounds of milk and ninety pounds butter fat, which at twenty five cents a pounds amounts to $22.50. The difference between $22.50 and , Y $78.25 is due mainly to the kind of uows and to a lesser extent upon the feed and care. One man is getting not more than market price for the feed which he supplies to his cows, the other is receiving double the mar ket price. iP - NEW WORLD'S RECORD BUT TER COW. World's Champion Cow, 35.55 lbs But- 3 ter in 7 days, Grace Faync 2nd's -Homestead, Pure Bred Hol stein. The milk of the Holstcin cow bear ing the name above given was tested for butter by a representative of the Cornell University Experiment Sta tion, Ithaca, N. Y., during the latter part of March 1909, and by the Bab- . coock test showed a yield in 7 days of 28.44 Hs. of butter fat. As such...

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 May 1909

H iq frgii JyMBMM,Mt frAMl, Saturday, may 8, igog. ssssssH OHIH1 LH HHHH1 LsH bbtIsbbbbbbbbbbbbyJbbbbbbH' bbbbI Hu IB a9bbbbbbw LH ET''vwiiijSB' LH Bfcv TflrrcineH H H; mfatainMlBBBBBBl Lsl HBiBEkdHH LH bbbbbbbbbbEc bbbbbHbbbB: H BSBBBBBBBBBBBm v ' VADrR,SMfnlftKE:;UTAHai H Ninth East ' Ashton Avenue H Take Ashton Avenue Car H Bell Phone Forrest 70-x H Brook and Rainbow Trout Fry B Eggs and Stock from my Prize Winning White Plymouth Rocks and Rkode Island Red Chickens He Prairie State f Incubators, Brooders and Universal Hovers H Patrons Cordially Invited to Inspect " FARMER VADHEB'S PLACE POULTRY FOR SALE. H A' few purc-brcd White Wyan- H dottcs; also Rose Comb Brown Lcg- H. horn hens for sale. Write I A. H. LEE, HI Route s, Murray, Utah. If S C. BROWN LEGHORN Eggs Hi for Hatching in any number from one H setting up. $1.00 for 13; $7.00 per 100. H JOSEPH BARKER, H R. D. No. 3 Ocdcn, Utah PE'TALUMA INCUBATORS: Names and address of Utah Breeders using them who set 5776 Eggs and hatch...

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 May 1909

SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1909 THI D JE 8 JE R & T IT A ft M EX, n H the old hen had to sit under or her fool gad-about ways in bedraggling the chicks about in the cold wet grass. And if they survived such or deals, maybe they had to finally suc cumb to unsanitary coop conditions or ill feeding, the result of neglect or total ignorance on the part of the poultry keeper. It doesn't seem to make much diff erence whether the chicks arc con signed to a brooder or' to a hen, the mortality is very great, and the vital problem is how to avoid this and save the chicks. During the brooding sca , son in most climates, the days arc warm and the nights cool; the chicks J are active during the day and inact l ivc at night; result, over heated dur ing the day and become chilled at l'.iglit, followed by bowel trouble, loss of appetite, leg-weakness; general de bility, and if we add to this an ill smelling, ill ventilated brooder that is cleaned but once a week or maybe once a month, can any thinking pe...

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 May 1909

UJ THK DIIHIT FARMER Saturday, may 8, i9o9. I '"' THE HOME. H Edited by Miss Hazel Love, A. C.U. H ft tt - H PLANNING THE HOME. H In this connection she notes that H in planning a home it is essential that H the rooms should be located with a H jivicw to convenience in carrying on B household tasks. "Be very careful B in making the plans that you put more B r! H money into convenience than you do B f into4 size. Many a prosperous farmer, H on rebuilding his home, has felt rich H nough to make a house so large that H his wife has not yet found time H enough for its proper care. Not only H arc ttycrc mor9 square feet of floor B to .be swept, but the stcp3 necessary H to Mb' 'the ordinary routine work of H thc'hoUse have been multiplied many H ' tinfcs." B In earlier times the farm house kit- B ch'ciT, commonly the largest room in B the house and usually a pleasant, B homelike room, oft-n served as a din- B ing room and living room as weiU B and one or more of the bedrooms B were' on t...

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 May 1909

1 SATURDAY, may 8, 1909- THE DBSERJ5T FARMER' . wm , jL i;f ' H ' WISDOM OF BALZAC. H Generous people make bad business W A man should hnd all women in hi. B Suspect the vemcn M10 talks of her B virtue. I Debts aie the silent 1 armors of m experience. I Woman lives by suntiment wMicrc a man lives by action. I "As ypu please" is the. wife's first I word of indifTcrencc. I Money matters can always be set- In lied, but feelings arc pitiless. L There arc but few moral wounds .1' that solitude docs not cure. I A hobby is the medium between a passion and a monomania. A man is strong when he admits to himself his own weakness. There is nothing like the exercise of power for teaching you politics. There are some men who arc al ways polite they have gloved souls. Love, after giving more than it has, ends by giving more than it receives. In the medical profession a car riage is often more essential than s-kill. The old critic is always kind and considerate; the young critic is im placable. Wo...

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 May 1909

H JA , ; T HH D & S & XCJB'X ' JfrA E M JE & SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1909. 1 j j "r" - - 1 I I HORTICULTURE I H SMUDGING TO PREVENT m FROST. H The idea has prevailed among our H I fruit grower iop some .time that. H ij smokc'ovcr an orchard; produced H by smudging, acts as a - protective H agency. .The theory is that the' cloud H of smoke fornjed over an .orchard H will prqvcnt a lowering-, of the tcm- H pcraturc and alsq in case of frost .. H wit'Pprotcct the budsin the morning H from too rapid heating by the. sun. H This theory so far as it goes is well" H and mood, but as a protective agent, H smoke iis insufficient and our fruit ; n & 1 k 1 y t growers have turned their attention not only to attempts to prevent the lowering of the temperature in their . 1 orchards but have devised -methods forctuallyraiSing the temperature from five to eleven degrees. To this end orchard heaters have come into use and more than a hundred thous- . .in.d Of them arc' nowise t in the Grand...

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 May 1909

Lama 1 SATURDAY, MaV fc, 196, tfll 11IIIM FAAMgR lfi l m nights, and remove the cover in the m mornings. ' About tin; tenth or middle of May IB they arc ready for the field. MM u H All during May vc will give a spec- H ial discount of 72 per cent on U. S. JH Crca'm Separators. I rf VOGELER SEED CO. t i n DAMAGE TO THE FRUIT CROP. W f Although there is considerable con m flicting evidence regarding the cx a ' tent pf the damage to the fruit crop I - throughout the state, yet there seems ft no rcason to doubt that the early Y& varieties of fruit were very badly jlf ' damaged. In the principal fruit grow- 1 ing sections the early peaches were almost cnt'ra'y destroyed. The cher ries and apricots also suffered sev erely. Strawberries and arplcs were not injured but the prospects arc that l there is to .be a very light apple J crop , this year. Fruit will be fruit f this year, not only in Utah but in all of these Western States. ; Speaking of the damage by frost to t ' the fruit crop...

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 May 1909

I VQGELER SEED CQ?P MR. FARMER: Have you ever no- ticed how much better crops some H people produce on their farms than I do others; notwithstanding each gives the land and crops the same H . painstaking care? I Did you ever stop and think what B was the cause? If you did you no I ' doubt found that the seed planted was at fault. I GOOD SEED is the first requisite I to success. Without this your efforts i may be expended in vain, therefore B see to it that the seed is right, that it W comes from a responsible house. H For 16 years we have devoted our f best efforts to the seed business and made it a special study, and our ever H increasing trade is the best evidence I ; i that we have won the confidence of the people by supplying them with H seeds of the best quality. H I CYPHERS and JUBILEE mi Incubatiors and Brooders K ' Are used by all up-to-date ponltrymen, because H lTB9MnHflHBHHiHHir. H &neau . It II Wl s tUlWu.' I PSeiad for our '' ISiii Catalogue : VSiBm Wemailitfree I C...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

I "- tf y 1 i l1- '7s V -,r; ,pl 1 .' I ' ihUi3ty ur in Air ,, .. J - f' f -- , . i m H H jjj- -m n ! " H jfl 1H ' H B t 0i ffBj'tHIHiHHl. lH W LJ,(wiV" Hl. IVFrEzLilHHnH rM3 HI HI rH'w"w'tWBH'fHHH kvfi liYIf I lr HIBk HHH HB Hi H f Hi i VOL. 5; H0. XLI. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH MAY 15. 1909 I ,1 m ,SM- JH . Mr. Farmer here's an interesting opportunity. We now have ready for market H M 1 100,000 FIDE ASPARAGUS ROOTS I I H Strong healthy roots of extra quality H ,fl pMKUS '' I These roots are now ready for delivery at the following prices H f! H 100 for 50 c 1,000 for $3.00 5,000 for $2.50 per thousand H ' B flip- ' " ; 'Hp Igppyy rr? : raj y--,wcw-c v-"tf.ijMM tETH HH AMmt A SlfllUMHi-. J i A.L H H Ha j I M,ndy L88 KjmZmmi& Mandy Lei I I if INCUBATOR HHHH ' INCUBATOR 1 I Ji C7 " - 'BMWM I H tW W ONE SECTION OF OUR TRIAL GROUNDS H M ,'glf These grounds arc located at Ccntcrvillc, Utah jjB 1 f I - et our 1909 Catalogue I I M , H OurOatalogue this year is one of the hest and most valua...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

f J . ' v 4 ) H I I THE DESERET FARMER .Saturday, may 15, 1909. I "LION BRAND" I Surging Materials H For 20 years wc have been manu- facturing spraying materials our reputation and experience insures H you the lowest prices consistent, with I Standard Unhorm Quality H Why risk injuring your trees and plants with untried mixtures? Al- ways use I Lion Brand Arsenate of Lead H, Lion Brand Pure Paris Green W Lion Brand Lime Sulphur I Solution I Lion Brand Concentrated I 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 Agents H Slt Lakn HardYarc Co. H Vogeler Seed & Produce Co. , H Salt Lake City, Vtah H Send at once for our Free Booklet When, Why, How to Spray, j a,nd What to Spray With, I The Jas. k. Blanchard Go. Cortlandt Building New York City I SEED OATS FREE. Our Gold H Ycdal Seed Oats will produce twice the cost of the seed; then it costs H you nothing after you ra...

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