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Saturday, September i9ijs9& TjHMBi 'DESERE T F,AR M.EjRi . " 7 I
The keeping of a better class of
horses on 'the farm for faim use is in
the line of better farming, better line
of larger profits, larger profits lead
to improvements and developments in
property the interest of better farm
ing, better values, which makes our
farm homes the ideals of agricultural
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THE DAIRY COW'S PRODUCT.
7hc products of the dairy cow arc
four fold. The first and chief product
is naturally the milk which she se
cretes, and which is used as milk, or
for butter, or cheese making. The
second, product, is calvcs which sho
bears, and which may be of more or
lcs.s value. Third, the carcass of "beef
which she will yield when she is no
longer useful for the production of
milkj should be taken into account.
Lastly, the manure she produces is of
considerable, value. ,,
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'We may icall the milk the main pro-
duct anl the calves, ibeef and manure,
the .by-products of the dairy cow. It ,
tins' ticcn asserted that the milk' pro-
dug:, is the only thing that should be
taken into consideration in estimating
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the, value of the dairy cow, and that
tlfcrcalvcs and beef should be entirely
ignored by(a successful dairyman, bub
in these days of strong competition it
ist ot ossill& to ignor.c the by-pro-'
duct, and in any scheme of succqss-
ful j dairying the calves and beef at,,
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least be taken into consideration.
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TJijs docs not mean that in any case
milk, producing qualities arc to bc
sacrificed for the sake of the by-products
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Tt simply means Jiat of two anl
ma Is of equal value for the produc
tion of milk, the one that will give the
greater return in production- of calves
and value of carcass is more profit
able. J3YLVANUS VAN AKEN.
LIVE STOCK BRIEFS.
Afccordin'g to the United States D
parlment of Agriculture, a good milch
goat will give at least two quarts f
milk a day, and have a period of lac
tation of four to six month. The
quality of milk from the common
goat is said to be as good as from a
cow, and the healthfulncss of the
goat's milk is icverywhere acknowl
edged and recommended by those Who
1 have investigated the matter.
The medium-sized hog is now moat
in favor. Hogs weighing from 400 to
600 pounds or more were once
thought to-be ideal, but it became ap
parent to swine growers that cyery
day a hog lived over one year it was
losing money for its owner. Itfow
hogs arc so managed and fed that in
eight or, ten months they arc large
enough to meet the popular demand.
A successful sheep breeder says:
"Do, not ibrccd to a dry-flecccd rath.
The sire is the proper imprpver, but
in order to be such he must be a gocl
individual audi descend from the best
lineage sturdy sire, dam and blood
lines. Have a right .ideal and breed
to produce it. j.
CL'hc worl "develop' is ottcn mis
used for the word "fatten.' This is
a mistake. In order to, develop a pig
he, must have suitable food to, keep up
a good growth of bone and muscle,
and regular exercise, to give him
strength and vigor.
An authority says that warts can uc
removed from horses by rubbing the '
warts until they bleed, and then rub
ibing them withsalaratus. Repeat the
operation a few times and, the warts
will Uc gone.
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.4.' SAT THE CONCERT.
EnThusJnSt "What would you give
for a voice like Ihot?"
Everett True- "Chloroform."
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The loan of a dime will sometimes
banish a bothersome bore. Ex.
FOR SALE. Mammoth Pckin
Ducks, Rhodo Island Reds and S. C.
White Leghorn Chickens.
REDEKER'S POULTRY RANCH,
First West between Tenth and
Salt Lake City. Ind. 'Phone, 2828.
BIG BARGAINS in Registered
Puroc Jersey Swine. Remember I
am the State's Pioneer Boeder ano
will pay express.
F. R. EART. Cornish, Utak.
Thoroughbred O. I. C. Swins,
Eor Information, write
"sJfc Rockport, Utah.
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"Efficiency" as applied to an automobile, means that J
ability in a car which enables it to go and come when I
and jvhere you want it. It means speed, economy, en-
durance, hill climbing, and roadability those things I
the "Tourist" won in a string of forty-two brilliant - I
victories out of forty-five entries. Buy the car that has I
proved its worth by winning all manner of , tests in
competition with all S j J?iu " H
types of cars. These g s 'S I
contests prove con- -O--) I
clusively the superior-1 gKi,
itytof the "Tourist," aZ!,
the " Pacific Coast Car" over all others.
They prove positively that no car other than one I
built here with the sole idea of meeting Coast road and I
climatic conditions could have made the wonderful I
" Tourist " record. H
There are several models of Tourist Cars to meet the I
various models of pocketbooks. There are several I
styles of 2-cylinder and 4-cylinder cars from which to I
choose. l Better buy a Tourist than wish you had. I
J. S. BRAIISFORD JSftfiSSw I
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH. 54 CM Ck Athk, Sm Frd
Leaders in Vehicles and j I
Harness ( I
A Full Line of Gasoline I I
and Electric Automobiles I I
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