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Deseret farmer. [volume] (Provo, Utah) 1904-1912, August 08, 1908, Image 9

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Saturday, august 8, 190S. .T,HrE D E S E E E T FARMER i
bcrfself the loading agricultural coun
ty in our state, on; her dairying alone.
She need seek no other field to
achieve greatness and fame. Geo- i
graphically at is ty on our herds of '
pure-bred Jerseys and Holstcins, (
these two breeds 'having become su- '
pneme in our midst. We have
watched these magnificent milking
machines slowly displace from our
stables, the big boned shorthorn '
grade, so impossible for our beautiful
little county not to be a dairying cen
ter. With her thousands of acres of
low-lying pasture land, land that runs
down from all sides from the peach
land above, farther down to the ap
plies, then lower still to the pasture
and the countless acres of grazing
land meeting on all sides into the
lake, there is formed one of the most
ideal -pictures it is possible to con
jure up. ,
Our herds of dairy stock arc ex
celled by few in the state. Our dairy
men arc modern energetic men and
arc growing more so da.ily. We take
off our hats to no county, popular a
few years ago. We have w-atched
them come in and have given word?
of praise in our agricultural press and
J loathe men who brought them in. Our
t cr.camcric9 and condensarics arc now
fed by the deer-like Jersey or the
powerful black and white milker, the
Hpjstcin.
''Our dairies arc clean and sanitary ,
ones. We sec cleanliness and regard '
for' sanitary conditions sticking out
on every hand in any of our leading '
milking concerns. Recently, some-
where in the middle west, a dairyman
advertised his business by serving a
banquet in the stable where his milk
wa's drawn. Utah County has dairy- J
men by the armful whe have stables
dean enough to eat and dVink in.
With the man from the middle west,
our slogan in dairying is "clcanli- .
ncss." We hold that the place where
milk is produced should be clean 1
enough for its consumption. Visit us, 1
Be shown. On our country's agri- 1
cultural greatness depends largely its
bid for a future. We hold that we 1
stand among the leading communi- J
ties of the United States agricultural
ly. We can't keep ourselves from
achieving greatness. Horse raising,
dairying, fruit raising, sheep andl beef
production and poultry raising, are
only a few of the phases of Utah
County's bid for pre-eminence. We
have done much: we can do much
Business and Pleasure I
Exceptional Educational Opportunity A Study I
of Cuba's Remarkable Resources I
at Short Range I
Here's an Enterprise Powessing Intelligent Agricultural and Com-
mercial Features and an Investment Opportunity Unique and Con- M
vincing, the Equal of Which may Never again Be Presented. 1
American money, machinery, ideas and enterprise in Agriculture 1 I
1 are transforming Cuba and the wonderful Tropical Soil of that Island un- 1 H
der these conditions is producing marvelous results. m
American Farmers and Fruit Growers in Cuba do not plow with a I I
stick of wood. Those primitive tools are replaced with the most mod- M H
ern farming implements. More than 100 different Colonization Enter- f H
prises are in operation in Cuba, fulfilling every promise to colonists. 1 H
The Cuban Commercial company with its New Line of Fruit 1 I
Steamships from Savannah to Cuba will meet the requirements of these J H
colonists for quick transportation both ways.
The capital stock of the Company, $3,000,000, par value $10, is be- 1 I
I ing sold far below the par value and offers to the investor Greater Divi- I H
v dend Possibilities, backed by solid business of immense future probabili- J H
I ties than has ever been within the reach of the investing public. 1 H
The Company has under option 5,000 acres of some of the best 1 I
I land in Cuba and any stock purchased at the low figure above referred to 1 H
will be accepted at its par value in exchange for land at the prevailing
cash selling price. I1 I
Furthermore, every purchaser of stock is entitled to a - ' m h
Free Round Trip to Cuba I I
1 during- the Winter Months, with Meals and Berth included, Purchasers of Stock be- 1 H
1 ing given preference in the order of purchase"First Come, First Served." 1 H
Complete information is contained in our printed matter which will be mailed 1 ' H
free upon request. f H
We want representatives everywhere. Permanent positions and good pay. 1 H
1 Remember the price of the stock is advancing $1 per share every month. The time m H
to buy stocks is when they are low. 1 H
Write Today and take advantage of this limited and most unusual opportuni- I H
I ty. You will never have another chance like this. W H
Cuban Commercial Co. j I
I 262 Washington St. Boston, Mass. t I
more with your help. Agricultural
Utah County holds out her arms to
workers, men who are willing to come
to her and make her great by indus
try and make themselves great in the
process. We want the home-bi 1der.
We have no place for the man who
' ' mvw wppifiin w-i
is with us only for what of this
world's good he can get from it. Wc
want the man to t-ake the small farm
and farm it right; the man who
comes and brings his family, who will
make, his hosmc With us and help us
lift. We want the booster who, whej
W wpiMi.! l-vrr -- bbj
he gets here, srenks of Utah County H
as "Our County." The blessed Mark H
Twain once nearly said what we want H
to say on this particular subject, "Nc H
Irish need apply." Mutilated to get H
local color, let us' say, "No others flU
need apply." IH

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