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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

Saturday, July i7 190 THE DJ&SERKT FARMER S . I needs of the fanners in this inter mountain section and are now study ing questions supposed to Gc of most local importance. Questions concern ing irrigation are being studied and as this is a question that does not concern the farmer in tlie east o much, is of more local importance. Our conditions arc such that it would be useless for the people of Utah to compete with the corn growing states in the production of a larc hog, but it has been thought that with our enormously 'krge yields ci 'luccrn that this crop' could be uti ized in the production of the bacon hog. Experiments to test this1 question of the economic production of the bacon It hog have been in progress during th ' I past six years, and the experiments I have confirmed tthc idea that the I bacon hog can be produced as chcap- I ly in Utah as anywhere in the Unit ed States. Tests arc also being made i at our station with the different field crops. Some forty-four varie...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

4 ' THE DESERET FARMED ""' SAturMy", July i7 i90cj. j IH ' '" H rilB D19SJ31U3T FAJtMEK H (THAT BIG FARM PAPER.) H Combined With "Rocky Moutain M Farming." M Established ioo4 M OfTicial Organ of the M Utah State Poultry Association. m Utah Horticultural Society. M Utah Arid Farming Association. H Utah State Dairymen's Association.- H 'Utah State Bee Keepers' Association. H Car River Valley Farmers' Protcc- K tivc and Commercial Association. Hi ' Issued every Saturday by the Dcs- ret Farmer Pub Co., 310 State Street, : Salt Lake City, Utah. H Entered as second class matter Dec. H 27, 1905, at the Postoffice at Salt Lake City, Utah. H Subscription price $1.00 per year H (Strictly in Advance.) ' 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. B All comm...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

SATURDAY, JULY 17 1909.. : THE DESERET FARMER .. ...... 6; some of the best material tljcy have on hand, dry it carefully in news pa pers, placed between smooth board-, and if they will then notify Prcs. J. W. Paxman, who is the executive committee man from Utah, the exhi bit can be assembled and placed in shape. There will be an exhibit from the various experimental -arid farms of the state, and in addition to this the farmers should become interested n I this matter and assist in advertising J Utah's resources along these lines. This is a golden opportunity, and we hope that the farmers generally will respond to this notice and make an effort to assist in this work. SOME PERNICIOUS UTAH WEEDS. By the Editor. Job said, "Let thistles grow instead of wheat and cockle instead of bar ley." . KJunc Grass. One of the great enemies to dr.y farming during this present season has been the appearance of what is commonly called June Grass, in the wheat fields, This grass- is properly Bromus T...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

H THE DESERET PARMER Saturday, july X7 i9o9. I HOL8TEINS Bullnnd Bull Calves for sale. Sired by Canary Tet de Kol H His sire nnd dam are both brother and sister to the sire of I the world's champion cow. Grace Fayne 2nd Homestead, I Butter 35.55 pounds in 7 days. f Also Woodside Pnupet; Dom Paupct, A. R. 0. 23.153 lbs. I in 7 days. A great grand son of Old Bill Korndyke, A.R.O. 25.12 lbs. in 7 days. For pedigrees and prices write I NELSON BROS. Richmond - Utah MARKET QUOTATIONS. H Owing to our extensive circulation, market reports must be closed Wcd- nesday noon. Figures quoted are Salt Lake wholesale prices. These quota- tions arc given at the request of many subscribers and are furnished and H corrected weekly by the responsible firm of Vogclcr Seed and Produce Co. Butter and Cheese. Best creamery butter, 29; cheese, H full cream, 17 to 18c. I VegeUbles. Potatoes, $1.75 to $1.80. H Poultry and Eggs. Live hens, 14 to 15c per lb. Dressed Hens, 17 to 18c. per lb. Live broilers, 30c. ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

j SATURDAY, JULY 17 1909. THE DISJERIT FARMER i I so that they can reach far and wide for moisture. Dry Farm Wheat. Wheat is now and perhaps a'.ways will be the principal arid farm crop. Fall wheat is a'.ways preferable to spring wheat. From two to three pecks an acre sown with a press drill gi'ves better results than more thick'y sown grain. Broadcasting grain is not satisfactory in any way. During four years of trial on the various arid experimental farms in this state, the Turkey Red wheat has given the bcit A yields of good quality wheat. It i L considered the standard of mi'ling ,'j wheats in the great northwdst. The KofToid wheat also is an excellent variety and during the years of trial has stood all the tests and yielded good crops when most other varictLs have failed. It combines the qualities of high yield, good quality, stiff straw, docs not shell easily and stands frost and drought well. Other good variw tics arc Winter Lasa'lc, Odessa, Gold Coin, Blue Stciu and Red Chaf...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

I I THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, july i? I909, I I BUY A FARM I I HEALTH And WEALTH ; I AWAIT THE KAN WHO I SECURES A HOME IN , I ONE OF THE FERTILE ' I : FRUIT-GROWING AND i I AGRICULTURAL VAL- I LEYS OF UTAH OR . I COLORADO. I Denver SRIo Grande 1 , REACHES THEM ALL. I I Utah Valley Fruit 1 I Distict 1 Green River Valley I Grand River Valley 1 San Pete'ji Sevier I I Valley 1 Price Valley I AND MANY OTHERS I I I WHITE FOR INFORMATION M I I.A.BENTOM.G.A.P.D. I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 1 I Southern 1 I California 1 : $30. I June 24to July 10 inc. 1 H For the round trip to Los H Angc'cs, good returning to 5 October 31st, 1909. m I : FirsTSpring; Excursion I HERE TODAY I I ' THERE TOMORROW 1 I OFFICE i6g S. MAIN ST. I 1 BOTH PHONES. 1 The Salt Lake Route J KENNETH C. KERR, H h District Passenger Agent. Hi . ,mm in- ' " " ' , DAIRYING (DOES EVERY COW YOU'VE GOT PAY? Did you ever mado any calculations to ascertain what profit you make on the feed you give your cows? You figure the profit on ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

SATURDAY, jULr i7 1909. THE DESBRET FARMER f I Jensen creamery company Ship Us your Cream, Butter, Eggs, Poultry and Veal We pay the best price every day in the year. Ship us good fresh stock at all times and you will be pleased with the returns. A trial shipment will convince you. We pay cash for each shipment POCATELLO SALT LAKE CITY , Tdaho . Utah r ! 1 tobcr 9th the most successful event of the kind ever pul'cd oft west ot the Rocky Mountains. While fruits, grains and grasses arc being largely exploited at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition along wit'i the mineral and forestry industries ' it must not be forgotten that the live stock show to be held -a little later on will be one of the biggest . features of the entire exposition. W1 U?hc Pacific Northwest is not slow in recognizing the value of pure-bred live stock as is evidenced by the fact that the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Expo sition management is spending sever al thousand dorters in the erection jf barns, stalls and pens for...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

I It THI DKHJtZT FARMER Saturday, july i? 1909 S.J.STOOKEY.Prcs, C.G.PATTERSON, Sec. C. FRANK EMERY. Trcas. M I I Wasatch Produce Co. t I INCORPORATED M I 64 Richards St Salt Lake City J I Successors to f I Brook Ranch Com. Co. I WE ARE PREPARED I to handle your business. Highest I Market Prices Guaranted on all consignments of Produce of any ; Nature. PROMPT REMITTANCES HONEST RETURNS Send for a bunch of our Shipping Tags and . - "GETACQUA1NTED" 1 I CRYSTAL WHITE ORPINGTONS KELLERSTRASS STRAIN H 1908-09 Winners In Omaha, Fremont, Lincoln and Salt Lake City S. AND R. C, RIDS m GraaUst Laying Strains In the VnrW StatM I gycHH.r - Mountain View Ranch flft.'Sff ass" I AnV'knttfiiflp RHODE ISLAND RED HHBiHHF COCKERELS, HENS AND PULLETS iH HKl 'HV NOW IS THETIME TO BUY imm8$$ "Bh W. Smith 1 bSt ' jPJUyr 068 . 1ST SOUTH, ALT LAKE CITY FOR QUICK SALE, F.O.B. HERE i a Mandy Lee Brooders at $10.00 each, cost $15.00 each. B 2 Mandy Lee Secondary Brooders at $4,00 each cost $8.00 each. m These...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

Saturday, JULY 17 1909. THE D3S3ERET FARMER U H list of the prizes, mcda.s' and diplo mas to be awarded, together with the rules and reguhtt'CMij governing the contest. Poultry fancier, from all over the Pacific slnpc as well as many from the Middle Wcs: and Canada will take part in this compe tition. The rules of the American Poultry Association wil' govern .iti'l part of the judges have been S'.ki'ol including George D. Ho'den of Minn esota. S. Butcinoid of Can.ula am! " others 'f national pronin:pcv 1'iu cons ah. Pet Stock v'U he tuc'.u.Kd 1 i.i -l : how md Wi'l'iiui "Stobchou of .vicouvcr B. C vi'l he a judge in this department. Ampic accommp- j dations will be prepared Tor all en tries and the liberality of the premi ums offered insure a splendid exhibit two carloads coming from Minneso ta alone. The Poultry industry is one of the growing ones of the Paci fic Northwest and this branch of the live-stock is bound to attract uni versal attention. u DRY ROT OF CORN. r. The group of...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

H 1$ THE DES3EBET FARMER Saturday, July i7 1909. H . . . Homeseekers! If THE WEST I GALLS YOU f Innumerable opportunities M in Utah, Nevada, Idaho, m Oregon and Washington W for newcomers. y In the West, "Irrigation" f spells Certainty. CROPS M DO NOT FAIL. I The West needs more V people; more people need m to come West. Have you thought about it? Havt B you investigated it? V B J For descriptive literature m H I regarding Idaho, addren: W M 1 D. E. BURLEY, 1 H Gen. Passenger Agent, t I I Oregon Short Line I I Railroad I M ii Company I H 1 J Salt Lake City, Utah I P Kindly mention the "Deseret Far- H mcr" when writing to or doing busi- H ncss with our advertisers. I THE WORLDS GREATESTSEW1HG MACH1HE kfcL'GHT RUNNING, 1 teK H IfyouwnntelthernVlbrnUngRhuttlo, Rotary H Bhuttto or a Hlnglo Thrciul (TiaOi Stttoh) H Bowing Machlno wrlto to H THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY H Orange, Mass. H Many icwins: machines are nimle to sell regardless of B quality, but the JVtnv JI01110 is made ...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

SATURDAY, JULY i? xjog. THE DESERET FARMER " .. ' ri I more vitality HEALTH BY MAIL MORE BUSINESS without medicine MOREMONEV for male and female "BESIDES FEELING THE NATURAL TREATENt FINE EVERY MINUTE." OF DISEASE. "So writes a business man after a few weeks instructions in scien tific eating and living." A sufferer for years from intestinal Congestion, Stomach trouble, extreme nervousness and the ills that follow these con ditions. This is but one example of the hundreds who have acknowl edged the bencfiits they have received from our system o'f Natural Treatment, which is becoming more universally rccogn'iztd every clay among thoughtful people. OUR DETERMINATION is to make every person who places him self or herself in our care a being, whose very presence radiates health and all that it means. ABJECT HELPLESSNESS is he cry of thousands. "The most skill ed physicians have given us up to die, saying our ailments were beyond medical aid." Undoubtedly the latter is True. Your ailment...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

I 14 THE DESERET FARMER Saturday, july i7 1905. 1 I HORTICULTURE 1 H HORTICULTURAL ENQUIRY. B Editor Dcscrct Farmer: Within M the Inst two weeks about 7-10 of all M my apples have fallen oil the trees. H The stem turns yellow and they shriv- M cl up and fall off the tree. However, M there is still all on the trees thai M they can take care pf, provided there m arc no more fall off the trees. Please M advise what is the cause of this atul H oblige. H. G SMITH M Answer by Prof. W. H. Homer, Jr. H' It is' perfectly natural for a larg-: H percentage of apples to fall from the H trees about the latter part of jum in H -cases where the 'trees tare hcavil H loaded and am inclined to .think that H the above described condition is a H normal one. H Among the conditions which nnv H cause apples to drop before they arc p mature, rc worms, excessively .hot H, weather and drouth. Partial free-zinc; H in spring, improper pol.'ination, lack H of cultivation and in rare cases in this H scate, a def...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

SATURDAY, JULY 17 196$, THE fiESEREl? FARMER 16 H of economic production, however, Hos in the quantity of food consumed for one hundred pounds of gain. In this the onefourth grain ration st excels in every test, requiring the smallest quantity of food for oiw hundred prounds gain live weight. Gains. I, Full grain ,,, -,,.. . ...........'..,,"" " Three-fourths .................... , , ,rin, 83 One-half ....... ,..ww..w... 62 One-fourt.h .............. jo Cost of Production. Fu'l ' grain ......,.... 100 Three-fourths .Jx............. J4 One-fourth ...., ..-.. .. 66 1 If the cost of production were the only consideration it would be an easy matter to draw a correct conclusion for Ithc gains from the lowest grain ra tions were made at 'least cost per pound. However, the pigs on full grain ration, make so much larger to tal gains that it more than balances the greater rate per cent profit on n the partial ration that under ordinary. "conditions this would -be advisable. As to the qucston...

Publication Title: Deseret Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Deseret farmer. — 17 July 1909

1 m l, W fl I '&! 1 Br , .':.. IV . &' -m.' 1 Jj . r ' i i , . B BhIi s? Bvj li . i" i- fc - - . B 1 HHrr r -. . spC i i, , Hj I : --V v 1 H Jb .-..." v . . , ; I L t A Pt) TPTTT nPTTt AT I I AbKlVj UL 1 U Jvxl I 77 COLLEGE OF UTAH I I The Home of I I PracfticalEducation I i - r x . ; m TT N the modern course of study, ,tliferGreck and Latin of our . t H 1 forefathers is replaced by training in agricultural and indus- .jr . .1 H ; ! trial science. Women may nowsf&u0080 much extremes JK H in literature and art but rather domestic science the science of ! H .; home life. There is, much of good in the Old Education. The I H New Education js a ,d em and oi the. New Century. Your son . I H t X . and yojic daughter mustmeasuupjto fheNew Century. . r I i ' "HgF ' " '- - " &'' I H 1 . t 'rS'rite to the Presidenfrabout tlivork 3rou arc coil tern plating. I I J The Agricultural Colleg of Utah - Logan, Utah I

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