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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

i fid 11 i ' m l V SATURDAY, MAY. 15, ipofl. THIS DBSERET FARMER 8- I'll For Your Pockebook's Sake-Read This HHKSH I I am so confident that the Olds Engine is the most economical and most durable engine you can buy W$sm!mRk " JJBB til that 1 will make this proposition .o every buyer of an Olds Engine. Wt9MKr W 'BE I I I agrtt to rplac, fre of charge, any part of an Olds Engine that breaks or becomes Wmm I wB !? worn, from any canst whatsoever, within one year from date of shipment, provided the KtlSiir h 19 i ifl replacement is one yon think shonld be borne by the manufacturer. You are to be the BBLiSir iL:t; " JB rfl enly judge. There is to be no argument, no delay in returning old parts and getting S&mtJttbS ' I new ones; you deoide and I abide by your decision. J. B. SEAGER, Gen'l Hgr. ReSeHBeVLLBev! I I Do you think this proposition could be made on any engine but a practically perfect one? You MHMMWMHMBfcMBMMfc J I can casi'y sec that to stand this supreme test of durabilit...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

. THE DESERET PA-RMER Saturday,, may 15, 1909. I NUB DJbJ&EKJBT FAltMEIC (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) H Combined With "Rocky - Moutain H Farming." H Established 1904- H Official Organ of the H Utah State Poultry Association. H Utah Horticultural Society. H Utah Arid Farming Association. H Utah State Dairymen's Association. H Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H j3car River Valley Farmers' Protoc ol live and Commercial Association. 1 Tssucd every Saturday by the Dcs- H cret Farmer Pub Co., 310 State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dcc. H 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt 1 Lake City, Utah. M 'Subscription price $1.00 per year m (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. H The publishers must be notified in 1 writing, at time of expiration, when B discontinuance of subscription is dc- M sired, and all arrears must be paid. H Advertising rates made known up- M on application. The right is reserved m to reject questionable advertising. 1 All communication...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

Saturday, may 15, 1909. THE DESERET FARMER ... . ffl I grcss is to be located permanently at 1 Billings. I Governor F. Edwin Morris of Mon 1 inna, who is the President of the I Fourth Congress, is prepared to do- I vote a great deal of personal attcn- 1 lion during the next few months to the work of the Congress. The secretary also took a trip through Oregon, California, and Texas, ?nd he found everywhere an active interest in the work of the Congress. Mr. J. W. Paxman, Utah's member of the Executive committee is tak ing an active interest in the next Con grcss,nnd is making an effort to sc cure m list of Utah dry farmers, to gether with a "list of their achieve ments. It is to be sincerely hoped that every effort will be made to give Mr. Paxman the information dc- ' iircd. There is no reasonable ex cuse for Utah being one whit be hind in this matter, -since she claims the honor of being the pioneer state (in dry farming methods. - rf Iffy WHY SOME FARMS DON'T PAY. H Written for 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. — 15 May 1909

0 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, may 15, 1909. I I GomhauiFs I ICaustlc Balsaml I m Tko World Gtmmtmmt mmt Surest M Hff Vetertnmty Remmly 0B1bMs H J HAS IMITATORS BUT HO COMPETITORS! -- M SAFf WFIIY llTl PfMTIVF w guaraateo that ono tablMpoonfat of CaiW M -V iWrC OrCuUI AnU rUOIIlfE.i BaWam will prodncoraore actual result than a whole B e f . ,, , . '" bottloof any liniment or pa-ln nnxture erer made V Supersedes AH Cautery Or Fir- Erery bottlo .old Ja warranted to giro aatlifactloR fj i Incr InvafnaMaaa. fluRFfor Writ for testimonial, nuowln what . tliomoit tiroml BH V " mv-uuatie as a uru ioc Bont horf.mrn B(xr 0c it rrfco, su.oq per fiottio. V FOUNDER. Bold by lrujrnlit.,oracntby xpre.s, charge-paid, -W il WIND PIJFF with full directions for luuio. tM A thrush, ' ThmAocfitod Standard I iffifes, VEiomRiir remedy f RINGBONE Alwmym Rollmhlo. m H .PINKEYE, SutMf In Rit9m M BBs Bj sejijv co mSsEsT""-Mle3r"T",,r iwB Ba I STRAINED TENDONS. I 7k$2XSSS8 I SAFE FOR ANYONE TO USE, j SifWm f S...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

SB I SATURDAY, MAY 15. 9og THE DESERET FARMER 7 fH milk when three to five pounds of it arc feed to one pound of grain. In winter the sows should have a'ceens to salt and ashes and should be given a large run where they may haw lots of exercise. "The question is often asked, how much grain should a sow on luccrn receive? A brood sow running on luccrn will do well1 on one pound of grain to every 100 pounds of live weight, but if she is ill thin condition a little more than this amount should no fed, but a -reduction should be made a week before farrowing. "If the farrowing is to take place inside, a 2x6 scantling nailed to the Walls around the pen and about eight inches ftoni the floor, will eliminate the danger of the sow lying on any of the pigs. A light bedding of fine chaff but not of long straw should be provided. The sow should b. carefully handled at this time; her food should be reduced some days before and her mi inn should be loose and nourishing. Kitchen swill, sour skinv-...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

j; . THE DESEEET FARMER Saturday, mjay 15, x9o5 Read whit the President of The Cache Valley Condensed Milk Company, owners of creameries mt Logan, Wellsville, Milville, Utah, Shelly, Idaho, and Condensed Milk Factory at Logan, have to say in reference to the United States Cream Separators. Logan, Utah, April 16, 1909. Vermont Farm Machine Co., I Bellows Falls, Vt. . - ' Gentlemen: After having sold your machines for several years, and having had field experience with them with my customers, and now have in use among them up- wards of one hundred and fifty of your U. S. machines, at the same time watching results of work of other makes, I can truthfully say that your machines have given me splendid satisfaction, and I can heartily recommend them to any iritend- ing purchaser. The construction of them is very simple, and we find them to do perfect work, and to be a very durable machine. We also find them to be very convenient to attach either electric or gasoline power, which is a gre...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

j Saturday, MAY 1 5 1909. THE DESERET FARMER i) 1 ' that this means far less effort on the part of the user, if run by hand. ., The 'low supply can, the fast clean skimming, the easy running, and cleanliness of the newest model U. S. Separator is already "becoming wcl known. Another fine feature of the U. S. Machine (and this feature is not confined to the latest models) is that the crunk can be placed on cith , or side of the machine, and that when a fitted for power, the crank may be Ifi. uscl- when the power gives out, by "JP simply going to the other side of the f machine. It would be a good idea to k', send for Catalog 38, which the Vcr I J s mont Form Machine Co., Bellows I ! r Falls, Vt., will gladly send on request. . k . 1 o I A ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION OF ' UTAH .STATE DAIRY AS SOCIATION. C Article 1. This society shall be ' known as the Utah State Dairy As m T, sociation . Any person interested in the dairy business may become a -member by paying to the treasurer the sum o...

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

I J2 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, may 15, 1909 B Ninth East $ Ashton Avenue H Talc Aahten Avenvia Car H Ball Phena Ferreat 70z H Brook and Rainbow Trout Fry M Ef gs and Stock from my Prize Winning H Wk4t Plymouth Rocks ami M Kkoim Islwut R4 Ckickcns H Prairie State H Incubators, Brilrs hI H Universal Hovers B Patranj Cordially Invited to Inspect FARMER VADHEH'S PUCE H POULTRY FOR SALE. H A' few purc-brcd White Wyan H dottcs; also Rose Comb Brown Leg H horn hens for sale. Write M 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 100. H JOSEPH BARKER, H R. D. No. 3 Ogdcn, Utah S. G. WHITE LE6HIRNS The most prolific laying strain on earth. Stock and Eggs for salt. Writ mo your wanti. J. D. HAGMAN m N. 4 Wt fk Lab Qfc S. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS. A good laying strain. The best of winter layers. Eggs $1.50 to $2.00 per 15. Ind. Phone 11531. H. H. McINTIRE. 305 Paxton Ave, Salt Lake City MONEY IN POCKET i ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

Saturday, may 15, 1909. THE DESERET FARMER 1 I what wc desire wc must pound along one line continuously. When you have found a dealer that you feel that you can trust do not expect too much of him. Just re member that he has difficulties to meet. Competition with him is kcci. If he breakes away from established practices he meets prejudices as well as competition. If you do not get all that you expect write and ask for explanations. Be patient. Be willing to help. Endeavor to ' look at the matter from the dealers standpoirt occasionally. o PRESERVING EGGS. Preserved -eggs may be substituted for fresh ones in many cases with profit. They may be scrambled and used in omelets; also for baking var ious cakes which do not require beat en eggs in any food where the yolk is broken; but only when specially preserved and when kept not too long arc they suitable to serve fried. The preserving material seals ui the pores in the shell and thus p're vents the entrance of bacteria and air, as wel...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

2 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, may 15, igog I THE HOME. H Edited by Miss Hazel Lore, A.C.U. H .THE FARMER'S WIFE. m As every one knows, Hoard's Dairy, fl ' man cntcrtains a very high regard f6- M the women of the farm. We haven't H forgotten our dear old farm mother, H n woman of thought and brain, wlr H early installed into our. youthful mind, H a deep and abiding love for the soil H and life on the farm. But we firmly H believe that the farmer's wife docs H not have a fair chance with her hus- H band in contending with the troubles H and problems of the farm home. H There should be more thought, stu- H dy and money expended in an effort H to lighten the labor of the woman H of the farm household. The great H body of farmers have money enough H to do this, if they only thought so. H Take for instance, the matter of hot H and cold water in the kitchen, with H the necessary sinks, piping, etc. H Every farmer can have a big cistern H holding 150 to 200 barrels. He can H put a small pu...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

Saturday, may 1 5, 1909. THE DESERET? FARMER 18 W RECEIPES. Bread Sticks. Roll small pieces ol dough in thin sticks 8 in. long. Cinnamon Rolls.- Roll dough about one-fourth in. thick, brush with but ter, sprinkle with sugar, cinnamon, roll, cut from end. Paste for Pie. 1. Principle 01 1 incorporating air; how? (a) by mean of mixing; do not mix too long; do hot use too much water. 2. Expan sion; of what? 3. Bake, in hot oven. II. Proportion for one closed pia. y2 c flour, half tb shortening, half t salt, pne-fourth t baking powder, , to 4 lb ice water. Methods of Mixing. 1. Mix salt, b. p. and flour. 2. Chop in shorten ing. 3. Add water gradually to make sti.ff dough. To mix dry ingredients. 1. Chop in linif shortening. 3. Add water to make dough. 4. Roll dough half H 'hickness. 5. Spread and fold ' 1 remaining shortening.- Filling for Squash Pic. 1 c steamed ltmsh, one-fourth t sn't, half c sug ar, 1 t cinnamon, mace or ginger, , half t lemon extract, 1 egg, 1 c milk. : Vanilla Wafe...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

l 14 THE DESERgT FARMER Saturday MAY iS, .1009. I I HORTICULTURE M Editor Dcscrct Farmer: Will you m please refer me to sonic reliable p'acc m where I can procure some ginseng M seed? What arc requirements of m growing this plant? Where can I m get some "purple concflowcr," cchina- m cca, seed, and what arc the rcquire- B ments of growing these plants? H JAMES DRAPER, Moroni. H w M Answer by Prof. R. S. Northrop. H I have been unable to fuid any ad- H vcrtising matter on ginseng nor can H 1 find the address of anyone who has H plants or seeds for sale. If seeds H arc used to start this plant you need H not expect the plants to germinate H until they have been in the ground H approximately one and one-half years, H unless they have been very carefully. H handled. Ginseng requires a light H friable loam, free from stones and H well drained, and also a soil rich In H humus. After the plants arc two or H three years old they produce seeds H which ripen in Scptcmibcr and if prop- H cr'y ...

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

I SATURDAY, MAY 1 S, ipoq. - HE DESERET PARMER 15 I MENACE TO THE ALFALFA I CROP. In our last issue we had occasion to call attention to a very serious danger threatening the alfalfa crop, I rcvailing at this time in the Salt Lake valley. There seems to be two very serious diseases or pests affect ing this crop. Prof. E. G. Titus, Entomologist at the Utah Experi ment Station, is making an exhaust ive study of the ravages of these in sects or pests. He informs us that the alfalfa weevil, so prevalent in the valley last year is unknown in the United States outside of the Sa't Lake valley, although it is very prc va'cnt in Europe. It is somewhat of a mystery as to how this pest rould he introduced here for the first time, but it is probable that in the straw or packing of emigrants from Europe, the weevil made its cntranc However, that may be, the fact 'is r that it is here, and it is likely to I' prove very detrimental to the alfalfa ' interests in this county, unless heroic T remedie...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 15 May 1909

Ml .f" i WwiMiiiiJiiiiiii li ! VOGELER SEED CftJ 1 MR. FARMER: Hve you ever no- J BROMUS INEIIS 'i I ticed how much better crops tome Z SjHSj 1 0 1 . ! people produce on their farms than ''SgK f a the varieties of cultivated : 9 I do others; notwithstanding each mm grasses this .caiTbe cons)4-ered the I gives the land and crops the same 'SSSSKSSr um. a -u- - ' - .u l . ". v vaa ouu SiV-SflRVteiR'Ci' mos&njrojsimj; for this 1 Did you ever stop and think what V ( U flKftM5f53Bv i x j &&. 4? jHI i 1 H xu t j-j 1 1 nPDr WtFp i J adapted,, iot nay andpasturase. m I was the cause? If you did you no 1 J I ffWfP i - Vr ? ' ! c . 'fs. fl , ', doubt found that the seed planted WWllUl IP roducc he V yi eld Tlth8ttnds i i I ;: was at fault. 1 vTlflfflj W fi extreme cold "V f011 rc" ,' y I- GOOD SEED is the first requisite iljn 1 y, swterhas no cq4iU W i; J to success. Without this your efforts lrjyjr&l (r .H kinds v"'" M ' . jl J ,! may be expended in vain, therefore 'jBH kinds ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 May 1909

I -4- i ; t. , c 1 1 y :-u r Af a H i H H iBBMWMMMBi a M H H V MWBBBBBMBBIiBBBBIBBiB H H H HRvu3 E rjr """"3 kB tLH l H fl H I yBBifiHi ?' nnrf HP H I IffllVKvv HBiiLSVBHlUi W5 Plk I -H --! I H V M iffEkl H i 35aii4Si V W""- a-J lkflBgaB WJ l H M H ii H H I VOL. 5; NO, XL1I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH MAY 22. 1909 I .. Mr. Farmer here's an interesting opportunity. We now have ready for market I 1 100,000 fine mmm roots I I 1 H t .Strong healthy roots of extra quality . H Jjr" ' ,9 fH' J' '": Q0for 50c 1,000 for $3.005,000 for$2.50 per thousand T . wV' 'W l - H i I IT" MS JI" I " I 1 I Mandy Lee MtaMttm Mandy Lei I I INCUBATOR .nHHHH ' INCUBATOR I I H us them HIHH . , . L , H h li m i H : H H& - ' H i,. ONE SECTION OF OUR TRIAL GROUNDS H 8 ! '' These grounds are located at Centerville, Utah. M B 1 Get our big 1909 Catalogue . I J ' I U.r CataIoSuo fhis vear is ono f the best and inosi valuable books ever gotten ouby a Utah seed I I H house. Tt has a great many illustrations and is valu...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 May 1909

2 THE DESERET FARMER SATURDAY, MAY 22, tgdg. H ' 1 " 1 11 .. 1 1 1 1 . 1 v ' I I "LION BRAND" Straying Materials H For ao years wc hav been manu- H facturing spraying materials our H reputation and experience insures you the lowest prices consistent, H Standp-d Unhorm Quality H Why risk injuring; your trees and "' plants with untried mixtures? AI- ways use H LitnBrandArienateoflitAd H Lion Brand Pu ra Paris G reen M Lion Brand Lime Sulphur m Solution M Lion Brand Conctntratcd H Bordeaux Mixture H; Our Lime Sulphur Solution for H. San Jose Scale is all ready for use ' W no "disagreeable boiling: necessary H just mix with water. Distributing Agents m Salt lake Hardware Co. B Vogeler Seed A Produce Co H Salt lake City, Utah Lm Send at oficcfor our Free Booklet H-' WktH, Why, Hon to Spray, H N mud What to Spray With, m The Jis. A. Blanctiard Go. H Certlandt Building H New York City K SEED OATS FREE. Our Gold V Vcdal Seed Oats will produce twice H the cost of the seed; then it costs H yo...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 May 1909

Saturday may" aa' VW THE DESERET FARMER .& H Carmen No. 3 Seed Potatoes the best potato ever grown; $200 per 100 pounds. Be sure and plant an acre of these potatoes; they will make you more money than any potatoes you ever raised. VOGELER SEED CO. Salt Lake City - - Utah. has the same number of factories as Colorado, but their product is con siderably smaller. California has on ( ly 9 plants, but some of the latter arc very large. From year to year I the production of sugar is about the I same in the two States. Utah has 5 factories and they are rtrong producers. Idaho and Wis consin follow with 4 each, and there arc 10 States with 1 factory each. The most eastern factory is that at Lyons, N. P. Hamilton City, Cal., I has the most western factory, Los I Alamitos, Cal., the most southern, I and B'llings, Mont., the most north- Ii. crn- I J The largest factory in the United States, and one of the largest in the 1 world, is the one at Sprcckcls, Cal., which is able to slice 3,000 t...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 May 1909

J ; --r-K. THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, may 22, 1909. I THE DESERET FA11MEU that big FARM PAPER.) M Combined With "Rocky Moutain 1 Farming." m Established 1904. H Official Organ of the H Utah State Poultry Association. H Utah Horticultural Society. m Utah Arid Farming Association. H Utah State Dairymen's Association. HL Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. t Bear River Valley Farmers' Protoc ol j tivc and Commercial Association. m Issued every Saturday by the Dcs- H cret Farmer Pub Co., 310 State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. m Entered as second class matter Dec. H 27,- 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt m Lake City, Utah. H Subscription price . . $1.00 per year B (Strictly in Advance.) 1 Discontinuances. m The publishers must be notified in m writing, at time of expiration, when B discontinuance of subscription is dc- V sired, and all arrears must be paid. j Advertising rates made known up- fl on application. The right is reserved H to reject questionable advertising. K All communicat...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 May 1909

Saturday, may aa, i9o9. .. THE DESERET FARMER J I or mower. But you arc greatly con cerned nUout the efficiency. You want your machine to be right work ing. You want it to he sure. You will have no time to stop and make repairs when the harvest is on. You wil not tolerate waste. What harvesting machine shall yo'i "buy? You should decide that matter 1 without bias or prejudice. Decide it simply and solely in your own in terest. What binder or sowing ma chine will be sure to serve your own interests best? Tlie International Harvester Com pany of America olTcrs to farmers in the Champion, Dcering, McCormick, Milwaukee, Osborne and Piano har vesters, machines that arc standard. There can be no question that they represent the survival of the fittest I in harvesting machinery. Other har vesting machines by scores have been !' at various times manufactured for a few years and then their manufact ure has been abandoned. The six machines named have been manu factured for many years. The eff...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 22 May 1909

BaaaaT H L I THE DESERET FARMER SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1909. BBBBaj ja- , Mr 1 1 H Are you interested in California, B Arizona and Old Mexico, if so, it H would be wise to write for full infor- H mation about the shortest line and H the best service from your point to M those sections via the SALT LAKE H ROUTE, Utah's most popular Road. H, K. C. KERR, H District Passenger Agent. j THE C1AXE5T 4mi THE MOST H THE LIGHTEST Z COMFORTABLE a& POMMEL bbH a JZsss "" because it 1 ftiwz i wears longest bsbW A VJk ' SKwrawxr H ulf JKV 211 X) VRYGARMENT aaaV MIA .l) IK GUARANTD H ' ( " WAT&PXOOf LaS Hs v. 'i . i u A.J.TowerCo.dojtom.usa. l Towen Canadian Co. Limited Tooonto. Canaia. BBaaaMt lBMUnnnmana Mk THE BEST LINIMENT M PAN KILLER FM TNC HUMAN MM gm Gombault's h-aw Caustic Balsam IT HAS WO EQUAL For iriUStttnd prfiiy $! hallnf,andfor llOld nJ Int woundi, rions Reliable RtmHy ExUtlor Cneri,BolW fftl, Uiiimm Conn nd lor !l!SS??A?5?iioff. Throal BodyS'iK&Y ont coid Backache We wbuU say...

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