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

SatuSday, JuLy i, iaa. ffifi fiiSERET f Aftfi& is H 'lhe U. S. Department of Agricul ture has just issued its annual report on "Progress of the Beet Sugar In dustry in 1908." One marked feature of progress is seen in the improved quality of the beets grown. 'JLhe en tire beet crop fo 1908 aveaged fifteen and three-quarter pear cent of sugar in the beets. The factoy processes have also been improved until the refined suj;ar prod..ed is ? bout four 'fill r.s .f that contained in the beets. One of the instructive features of this report is an account of the use of by-products. The beet pulp from which the sugar has been extracted is a valuable stock food and vast quanti ties of it arc fed in the fresh state to cattle and sheep. It finds especial fav or with dairymen. A' dozen or more I factories have installed plants for dry ing pulp. With this is mixed mo lasses, the pToduct being put on the market as "dricd-molasscs-bcct-pulp." The molasses is also extensively used in the manufac...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 3 July 1909

H B B ?S P" "' , T . ,K m H i H tv,. . ; B , -.', , m ) B 1 ! B ''" 'I 7-",7."i,. ... I ' B ' WT 1 JHL ll ' - le; ' I i B i vj Jtv. 1 vi U .L A U j i J- j I COLLEGE OF UTAH 1 I The Home of I I Practical Education I B m t . - I? r ' J H a TT N the modern course of study, the Greek and Latin of our ; ", B H f , I forefathers is replaced by training in agricultural and indus- , , B B . trial science. Women may now study not so much extremes Sj B in literature and art but rather domestic science the science of jH H home life. There is much of good in the Old Education. The M H New Education is a demand of the New Century. Your son I H and your daughter must measure up to the New Century fl H I 91 B Writo to the President about the work you are contemplating. . r 1 il 8 The Agricultural Collegeo f Utah, - Logan, Utah I J

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

I ti N 1 V -' i, l. 7 AH 'H OFFICIAL ORGAN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE EXTENSION DEPAETMENT H i -' v ''n' H VOL. a HO. XLIX. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH JULY 10. 1909 fj. L. LOGAN, President H. H. TOWNSEND, Treasurer ' " J. G. HOWE, Buttermaker , ' M nj J. T. CASTELLO, Vice President JAMES HIGGINS, Director Secretary and Manager. ' M M F. DAWSON. Director ... "3 " ' H r 'W V. f n' Our Motto-Quality " I .O.UCORE: "$ , . - " . .U" sd0RE! . 'Hr' "' "' Bitter Root Creamery Company JS2E5T I " :','T...on908'97 Manufacturer of Fancy Pasteurized Creamery Butter August 97. s.ptomb.r 97 $ -j M t '" '' ' "' """ Stevensville, Montana 25' Oc , 6 9. . J? ' I y y "2 ; '"' WB Bt WsisLw y x L sir ' " " W Z?j : t 'jpLiii .B R'' " ...'' "fcJhL ' - . 'Af' wBs'1'- t '' '1 Jfi.v " . if'i 'fcfciLliifciBBMfcto ... .A,, , . ... -.... ,:. ,x( . ------ - -..... -..v--. .:.-.. i io- - .-..-., r '- - - - -B

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

I ' J 1 H ; T THE DESERET FARMfife SATURDAY, JULY io, 1909 jgj I I fR!D FRAMING H CHANGED VIEWS ON DRY H FARMING. B Wc note with pleasure the changed B attitude of our esteemed contempor- B . ary, Rocky Mountain Husbandman, on M the subject of Dry Farming. A year B ago wc thought it necessary to criti- B cizc that journal on its hostile atti- B tude towards this Industry and it is a B pleasure to note in a recent issue that B JVnas completely changed front, w B ef'1 sccn hm tnc following clipping: B s "While this paper has .never been B -' an advocate of dry land farming and B claims no credit for anything tint B has been achieved along that line, wc B are frank to confess that it is wonder- B ful to note what is being done along B this 'line. Old time wool .growers, B such as Hamilton, Rev. Jacob Mill". B and many others that wc know, assure B us that it is really astonishing to note B what is being done and the feeling of B contentment and happiness that pre B vails among the new ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

HI H l Saturday, july 10, i9oq. THE DESERET FARMER 3 H J 30 DAY I I i SEPARATOR SALE 1 I I Beginning June 21 Ending July 20 . I 1 We will Accept Orders for I Empire Cream Separators I I Sale Prices As Follows Regular Prices I (1 "TW T" " A ' ifl K ItIJ TW T A I : GAPACI1Y 350 POUNDS PER HOUR fHf CAm,TY 350 PflUHDS PEa H0UR I ; $48.25 1R $65.00 I 1 No. 1 B No. 1 B j I CAPACITY 475 POUNDS PER HOUR 11 CAPACITY 475 POUNDS PER HOUR I I j $58.50 4F $85.00 I I These are New, Up-to-Date Guaranteed Separators ! I I CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER J I I MILLER-CAHOON COMPANY I K "PIONEER IMPLEMENT DEALERS OF UTAH." I I I , : L. C. Miller, Gen'l Manager ""v MURRAY, UTAH 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. — 10 July 1909

H Jt . TU& 6ESERET FARMER SAfuRDAV, jULV 16, i$6g H PHB DESOERET FARMER . (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. Hfe Utah Arid Farming Association. Hh Utah State Dairymen's Association. Hj Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H, Bear River Valley Farmers' Protcc- H- tive and Commercial Association. 1 H Issued every Saturday by the Dcs- H eret Farmer Pub Co., 310 State Street, M Salt Lake City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Doc. H 27, 1905, at the Postofficc at Salt B Lake City, Utah. H Subscription price $1.00 per year H (Strictly in Advance.) H Discontinuances. H The publishers must be notified in H writing, 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. Tlie 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. — 10 July 1909

H SATURDAY, JULY io, 1909. " THE DESEEET FARMER 5 I THE DESERET FARMER A staunch and tried friend of the Dcscrct Farmer called on the editor last week, and frankly stated that in his opinion the Descrct Farmer was not realizing its whole opportunity. I He complimented the editorial and typographical appearance of the Farmer but 'felt that we omitted mention of many agricultural items that would be of interest to our read ers. And frankly, we confess that this' charge is true. Wo arc strug gling along in our efforts for the up building of agriculture in this state and sometimes we feel that the "seed is being -cast up'on stony ground." There arc thousands of good warm supporters of this paper but there arc other thousands' who fail to sec the need of "book learning" and who give no moral or financi?.' support. Then too we must appreciate, the fact that in Utah homes there arc a great many papers and magazines I in addition to the big city daily there is the country paper. Then the 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. — 10 July 1909

I 6 ' THE DESJGRET JTARMER Saturday, july io, i909. I HOLSTEINS H Bulls and Bull Calves for sale. Sired by Canary Tet de Kol I, Hjs sire and (lain are both brother and sister to the sire of H the world's champion cow. Grace Faync 2nd Homestead, Hi Butter 35.55 pounds in 7 days. If Also Woodsidc Paupet; Dom Paupct, A. R. 0.. 23.153 lbs. H in 7 days. A great grand son of Old Bill Korndykc, A.R.O. H 25.12 lbs. in 7 days. For pedigrees and prices write I NELSON BROS. H Richmond - Utah H t i ! H MARKET QUOTATIONS. H 'Owing to our extensive circulation, market reports must be closed Wed- nesday noon. Figures quoted are Salt Lake wholesale prices. These quota m tions are given at the request of many subscribers and arc furnished and corrected weekly by the responsible firm of Vogelcr Seed and Produce H Co H , Butter and Cheese. H Best creamery butter, 29; cheeso, H full cream, 17 to 18c. VfteUbles. H Potatoes, $1.75 to $1.80. H Poultry and Eggs. HI Live hens, 14 to 15c per lb. H? Dressed H...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

Saturday, july 10, i9og THE DSS3ERET FARMEft 7.. H IRRIGATE FROM YOUrW RESERVOIR I H vJ!f SCiim ,r on yo,l,r ,w.n !and,ninkcs you independent on the wntcr question. I nil thnVrHl Vm?t trort, ln n,,JB t'? reservoir during tl.c spring rains, when all the streams, iittic and big arc flooded. ,.,1 ? I'P" iou W,U not bo nt tho ,ncrcy of dIlch owners and other water users I when the dry season comes. WiiiT,t0fe.wncriCSynU w,n rc1(l",r.c f?r tho reservoir will not be wasted. They will serve to mako all your other lands vastly more valuable. I Raise the Water With An I L H. C. Gasoline Engine I .l,0fSou7cyoun"1notnftvoyu,:r?servoiron your high ground. Locate It on the I bottom land where It Is easiest madoand certain to bo filed with drainage waters. 1 hen pump tho water wherever you need it with an I. H. C. gasoline engine. t.i cic "5 . C3,' n,,wnys Powerful and reliable, have been found to be excel- lently adapted to irrigation pumping. They dre operated with little expense. They require ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

I THE DEMERIT FARMER SATURDAY, july io, 1909 I I BUY A FARM J I 1 HEALTH And WEALTH I II I AWArr THE MAN WH0 i H 1 SECURES A HOME IN I Ht ONE OF THE FERTILE 1 - FRUIT-GROWING AND B AGRICULTURAL VAL- LEYS OF UTAH OR , H. COLORADO. ' ' The Denver 8 Rio Grande : REACHES THEM ALL. , m Utah Valley Fruit 1 t Distict I Green River Valley i j Grand River Valley 1 San Pete?& Sevier I Valley 1 Price Valley f AND MANY OTHERS I HI i WRITE ron INFORMATION M I.A.BENTON,B.A.P.D.l f 1 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 1 I Southern 1 I California J I () I S30. I v June 74 tB July 10 inc. 1 H.'j For the round trip to Los B B Angc'cs, good returning to V H October 31st, 1909. m K I Flrsf Spring Fxcursion i H HERE TODAY H THERE TOMORROW ! H:: OFFICE 169 S. MAIN ST. i f BOTH PHONES. H 1 I The Salt Lake Route ; H? KENNETH C. KERR, HL J District Passenger Agent. DAIRYING I. ... - A LIGHT MILK FLOW. A light milk flow is almost invaria bly preceded by a light feed flow, and this applies to tlic egg, beef, pork and m...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

Saturday, july 10, 1909 THE D KSKJtET FARMER 9 I - - - --- - ing has been over $100 per month, in just butter andJ cream. , Another year these cows will do far better than this. But we will . figure on the fourth of . April, wh-n the gross earnings were $ios..4o. Nine head were in milk but not all full flow. Now then, they consumed on an average of 25 lbs. of hay per day, when it is all chofped up fine. Of thu I shall speak later. Wc will charge these cows up with $12 per ton for tfr tons of hay, making cost of hay $51. Wc also fed one thousand pounds of grain at $2..so per hundred, making $30. Wc have yet the skimmed milk, butter milk and young stock and $24.40 in money left from a month's work of these cows. Wc arc well pleased with the dairy business and wc arc satis ficld that by another year wc can in crease the yield of this herd. H. C. Watson in the Gem State Rural. o COWS IN COMPETITION. -. Holstcins, Jerseys, Guernseys and jL grade cows were recently brought in competition ...

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

I in THE DISERET FARMER Saturday, july io, 1909. S.J.STOOKEY,Prcs, C. G. PATTERSON, Sec. C. FRANK EMERY. Treas. 1 I Wasatch Produce Co. I B INCORPORATED J I 64 Richards St, Salt Lake City I ; Successors to I Brook Ranch Com. Co. I WE ARE PREPARED I to handle your business. Highest Market Prices Guarantee! on all I, consignments of Produce of any I Nature, I PROMPT REMITTANCES I HONEST RETURNS I H Send for a bunch of our Shipping Tags and 1 I J "GET ACQUAINTED" J I CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS H KELLERSTRASS STRAIN m 190S-09 Winners in Omaha, Fremont, Lincoln and Salt Lake City S. AND R. C. REDS H Greatest Laying SfcreJn In th Unite! SUt Hi D.yoiVchiok."- mOintsin VIbw Hsncli i3ihiFifiFRMrhsaituvt H 'A 41. s .rtot COUNTS) Won tPt Jan d loo an Hi W VK!JA RHODE ISLAND RED j vMVlHRB cockerels, hens and pullets B SHHK1 MV ""Hugh wT Smith H ?& WT PT 8BB E. 1ST SOUTH, ALT LAKE CITY FOR QUICK SALE, F.O.B. HERE H a Mandy Lee Brooders at $10.00 each, cost $15.00 each. B 2 Mandy Lee Secondary ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

l I SATURDAY, JULY io, t$&9 TtHE DESERET FARMER 1 I vidcd with biting mouth-parts, The lladult darkens samewhat with age, and in the spring some' of the males appear to be almost black. The males arc smaller than the females, the largest females- not measuring one-fourth of an inch in length. The ' weevils do little damage at this time of the year (middle and the late sum- mcr). Winter Quarters. Early in the fall the weevils begin leaving the fields and spreading to new territory, flying or crawling in apparently all directions. Before frost comes, they seek shelter, either I in the crowns of the alfalfa plants, dose to the surface of the ground; under leaves; in weeds and rubbish along ditch banks; in hay or straw stacks; o.r any wcM-shcltcrcd spot, The weevil lives over winter thus sheltered, coming out crnrly in the spring to flay the eggs for a new generation. Where the infestation 's at all heavy, which is especially true after the second year of the presence of the weevil ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

13 THg PESSRET FARMER Saturday, july i M, 1909" I 1 Homeseekers! I I THE WEST j 1 GALLS YOU . m m Innumerable opportunities B m 'n Utah, Nevada, Idaho, H Oregon and Washington H w for newcomers. 1 In the West, "Irrigation" B m spells Certainty. CROPS 1 DO NOT FAIL. H M The West needs more H m people; more people need H m to come West. Have you W B thoueht about it? Havt B H a you investigated it? V H 9 For descriptive literature H I regarding Idaho, address: J H M D. E. BURLEY, 1 H W Gen, Passenger Agent, I I Oregon Short Line , I Railroad I I Company Hi 1 Salt Lake City, Utah H Kindly mention the "Dcscret Far- ' mer" when writing to or doing busi- i ncss with our advertisers. THE WORLDS GREATESTSEWING MACHINE k JLIGHT RUNNING H IfyouwnntelthoraVlbrntlngBlmttlo, Rotary H HuuttloornHlngloThrend Chain Stitch f Bowing Alnchluo write to 1 THE NEW HOME 8EW1NQ MACHINE COMPANY M Orange, Mass. Bf Many sewincr machines are made to sell regardless of HI quality, but the Hew Homo is made to we...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

SAreufrftAY, JULV io; 1369: THE DESEBEf FARMER . 13 ALFALFA LEAF WEEVIL AGAIN Wc haVc been requested by a num ber of our subscribers to furnish more information regarding the alfal fa leaf weevil, so prevalent in the Salt Lake valley. A number of sub scribers of the Dcscrct Farmer, both in Utah and Davis counties, have ex pressed alarmi at the rapid spread of this insect in Salt Lake county, fearing that its ravages may extend into their localities during the coming . season. There is a very great danger of this, and wc beg to say in this connection that the danger from this insect cannot be overestimated; when wc consider that an entire fie'd is completely devastated, the leaf be ing entirely eaten, leaving but the stalk standing, it is readily seen how serious the insect may become. On I account of the many requests that have .come, for more information, we have decided to publish in this issue of the Former, a circular recently is sued by Prof. E. G. Titus of the Utah Agricultura...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

I 14 THE DESERET FARMER SATURDAY, JULY iof .1909. I I I IRRIGATION Bb ... . , , J NORTHERN PACIFIC ISSUEo ATTRACTIVE FOLDER ON . H IRRIGATION CONGRESS. r Hr Wc arc in receipt of a copy of a H very attractive folder, handsomely H' printed in colors, from the Gdncral H Passenger Department of the Nolh H em Pacific Railway at St. Paul, cx- H ploiting the Seventeenth National lr- H ligation Congrcs, to be held in Spo- H kanc, August 9-14, 1909. m The cover, in colors, is a rcprodu.- M tion of a photograph depicting the cf- M fects of irrigation in one of the many fl' fertile valleys of the northwest, which m the Northern Pacific traverses. Ha'f tones from photographs, liberally sprinkled throughout the publication, show the benefits of irrigation, and it is sufficient to examine these pic tures, without perusing the text, to form a good idea of what irrigation means in the arid sections of the country. The City of Spokane is pleasingly illustrated and described and a con venient list of...

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

vwwr - M I Saturday, july ,o, i$o4.. THE DESERET FARMER t. 15 I I. H. C. GASOLINE ENGINES SOLVING IRRIGATION PROBLEMS Irrigation problems have been simp lifted in recent years by the introduc tion of the gasoline engine. Lands formerly thought to be beyond the reach of water have been brought un der cultivation. Long and costly ditches have been rendered unneces sary. Flumes which arc always cost ly to maintain have been abolished v and large tracts of bench-bluff land, lying high above a running stream o lake have been reclaimed. An institution which has done much' to show the advantage of irrigation by pumping water is The Internation al Harvester Company of America. This company sells a lino of power ful, dependable gasoline engines anJ has insisted for years that they go far ... towards solving vexatious irrigation problems. But irrigation by pumping was" not at first a popular thing. People in j -. this new west thought that the only way was to bring the water to the land by di...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 10 July 1909

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Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

J a . l t; 7 v utah "" f OFFICIAL OEGAN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE EXTENSION DEPARTMENT I ! VOL. 5; M0. L. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH JULY 17. 1909 ' ?. 'W I The First PerfeGt Feeding DeYiGe I for Cream Separators. I I' ;j- We havc frequently referred to the recklessly untrue statements and- claims made VyWcs ' perate 'would-be-competitors" struggling -to reth in Cream .paratov business that is going towhi ' c $ - United States Separator. V ASiisfiflriBM Mifefii F "!giifc thWl'i,hall Exposi7 P "t s ' I aP5ISi? wl ational Expositions, that most of the claims of tWeould-be-coi ' ' m( , ? Jfl They are using desperate and false claims in their efforts tofinake it appear that thetejirst in . ;P; l :': everything desirable in Cream Separators. StaAI- '' W The United States Separator was the first to employ a f&fflfeftrice in the SeparatoTroSiBHSg J ' I to deliver the whole milk beyond the cream zone.' This device of theffll ta tes preveiits-all cbhSBBBt , II ; . ' fliccof currents and any remixin...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

I . - THE DflgJBKllT FARMER Saturday, July i7 i9o0 t I AGRICULTURE I RELATION OF THE EXPERI-' I MENT STATION TO THE I FARMER H Written for the Doscrel Fanner, - I By L. A. M. H The changes thai have taken place in nearly all branches of productive industry during the tost few years H have been as noticeable in the fnrnir H cr's occupation as in any other. J I H has been but a very few yiars- since H it was thought that farming difTcrcd H from other occupations in that it re I quired no preparation; in short, that H any one who failed in other 'branches H of industry could farm successfully, In the East it has been but a very few H years that farmers' institutes have H been successful and in the West, H meetings for the discussion of strict ft ly agricultural topics arc comparat H iely a new departure. The farmers H themselves have heretofore taken but H k very little interest in such matters for the necessity of knowing any H' thing in their business beyond the : ' ability to plant,...

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