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I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ia, 1908 THE DESERET FARMER 11 I
I which is continued for several mo-
I ments, hence the name of trumpeters.
They are also distinguished from all
other breeds by having a tuft of elon
gated feather scurling forward over
the base of their 'beak and their feet
arc so heavily feathered that they
have th'c appearance of abreviatcd
wings.
I There is perhaps no branch of the
fancier's in which' money has been ex
pended or more money earned than
in the strictly fancy pigeon trade.
While prices have never attained the
magnitude asked and received for
choice specimens of poultry, yet from
$50 to $100 per pair for choice breed
ers, carriers or toys has hot been un
usual and when we consider the enor
mous trade in fancy pigeons in Eu
rope and in America1, it will at once be
seen that a large amount of money
has been invested. There is also no
branch of the strictly fancy in which
the average town or country boy or
man may engage in which he may so
surely count on a profitable invest
ment, as in some one choice variety.
Take White Homers for instance.
There never yet has been a time when
one could not dispose of all that could
be produced at profitable figures for
choice specimens. Take the Owls or
Turbits and we dbubt if any loft in
America lias ever been able to supply
the demand upon them, if properly
advcrtise.l, for choice specimens.
Fancy pigeons are like fancy chickens
-ins? that ""there ""isb. great demand at
good prices for choice specimens, and
if the fancier will make the production
of fancy birds his aim, he can not but
succeed eventually to produce high
grade stock, and when he has been
able to accomplish this event if he will
judiciously ndvcrMsc his stock and
can make good in his ' shipments, a
steady income may be derived from
a calling in which both pleasure and
profit are combined.
DO YOU WANT A FARM PAPER?
"One Year's Subscription to the Des
erct Farmer Free."
How You Can Get It.
Find a Cream Producer who is not
shipping cream to The Jensen
Crcamtcry Co., and who may be scll
ing on the "Long Time System,"
which means that the cream is sent in
one month, and a month or more af
terwards the farmer receives his
check.
Explain to this Producer that The
Jensen Creamery buys on the "Jensen
Cash Paying System," which means
that within about seven days after
your cream is sent, your check
reaches you.
It will be very easy to show how
much ibetter it is to sell for cash than
it is to sell on the "Long Time Sys
tem." Send us the name and postofficc
address of your prospective customer,
and after we have received two ship
ments of cream from him, we will
have The Dcscrct Farmer sent to you
for one year without charge.
In case you arc already a sub
scriber to The Dcscrct Farmer, we
will send you some other farm jour
nal instead.
By all means take a farm paper.
Yours very respectfully,
JENSEN CREAMERY CO.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
?& SSMmTl THE BEST BRED
v SSgt lttMMn8&m ITOCK IN THE COUN
ju&UH Oa wtttiis; of it for $j.5o
SmF RIM UlNQflN
fe ELSINORI, UTAH
UTAH STATE POULTRY ASSO
CIATION. The first meeting of the Utah State
Poultry Association since summer
vacation was held Thursday night.
The poultrymcn will continue to hold
their meetings regularly each month.
M. CHRISTOPHERSON, Mgr.
SALT LAKE NURSERY GO.
LARGE STOCK OF WINTER
APPLE'S BUDDED FROM
BEARING TREES AND TRUE
TO NAME.
State Road, bt nth an irth 1.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
PARK AND LANDSCAPE
GARDENING.
GROWER! AND IMPORTER
I OF CHOICE NURSERY STOCK
FARMERS, ATTENTION! Wo
are in the market at all times for
Wheat, Oats and Barley. Write to
us for prices. We pay Spot Cash.
DAVID ROBBINS & CO.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Owing to our extensive circulation,
market reports must be closed Wed
nesday noon. Figures quoted are Salt
Lake wholesale prices. These quota
tions are given ai the request of many
subscribers and are furnished and
corrected wce.ly by the responsible
firm of Vogeler Seed and Produce Co.
Butter and Cheese.
Creamery butter, 22 to 30c; cheese,
full cream, 14c.
Vegetables.
Cabbage, per lb., ic; potatoes, new
Utah's, $1.00 per cwt.
Poultry and Egg.
Live hens I2V$ to 13c per lb.
Dressed hen? 14 to 15c per lb.
Eggs, strictly fresh, per case, $6.75
to $7.00.
Grain, Hay and Flour.
Wheat, per 100 lbs., $1.60; corn, 100
lbs., $1.80; chop corn, 100 lbs., $1.85;
oats, per 100 lbs., $1.60; barley, per 100
rolled, $1.35; bran, per 100 lbs., $1.30;
flour, high patent per 100 lbs. $2.30;
straight grade, per 100 lbs., $2.10; al
falfa, baled, 55c. cwt.; timothy, baled,
70c. cwt.; straw, baled, 35c.
Honey.
Honey, case, $2.75 and $3.00, ex
tracted, 7c. lb.
A LIVESTOCK SNAP
20 head of Registered Short-horn
Heifers at a Bargain; alco 3 Bulls,
2 ready for service; also 100 acres
of Lucern ground 2z2 miles east
of Mt. Pleasant, adjoining J. H.
Seelcy on south; high water right,
A. W. Proctor,
Mt: Pleasant, Utah.
MEMBERS OF UTAH STATE
POULTRY ASSOCIATION.
(Partkl LI)
Rhode Island Rln.
Anderson, E W., 234 S. 10th Etit
Barnes, W. D., Kaysville. H
Coulam, Geo., 751 E. 2nd South.
Cramer, C, 15th South and 3rd East.
Cox., J. H., 2140 S. oth East.
Duncan, L. G. 1075 8th East. '
Druk, J. W., 1885 S. 7th East.
Farley, A. B., 1325 State.
Hewlett, O. H. 125 E. 7th South.
Home, J. L., 235 E. nth South.
Hyde, Frank, Kaysville.
Larscn, E., 346 18th St., Ogden.
Parsons, E. A., 79 N. 7th West
Poultcr, Geo. A., Ogden.
Simmons, A. F., 2456 Pine St. H
Smith, Hugh W, 858 E. 1st South.
Sharman, Geo., 716 E. 1st South. H
Thomas, M., 468 7th St.
Woodficld. Wm., Ogden, R. D. 3..
Vadner, C. S., Forcstdalc.
Leghorns.
Anderson, J. H., 665 5th Ave.
Bird J. W. & Sons, 2222 S. W. Temple
Crawford Bros., Manti. .
Carter F., Provo.
Cox, J. H., 2140 S. 9th East.
Day, S. O., 725 7th Ave.
Erickson, C. E., 875 E. 5th South.
Gorline, C. S., 1224 E. 12th South.
Haslam, J. W., 544 W. 3rd North.
Hagman. J. D., 226 N. 2nd West
Hyde, Frank, Kaysville. H
Maxson Hy., 2009 E. 12th South.
Peterson, John, 1608 S. 3rd East.
Sheffield, Geo. B., Kaysville.
Stewart, W. W., Kaysville.
Ward, Fred. 354 E. tith South.
Vawdrcy, Thos., Draper.
Plymouth Rocks.
Bird J. W. & Sons, 2222 S. W. Temple
Cramer, C, 15th South and 3rd East
Day, S. O., 725 7th Ave.
Duncan, D., 234 S. 7th East.
Linncll, W. H., 209 E. 12th South.
Maxson, Hy., 2009 E. 12th South.
Pinnock, H. H., 870 E. 4th South.
Spiers, Geo. A., 824 E. 6th South.
Trump. C. J., rear 451 S. 8th East
Adam Earl, 751 East Fifth South.
Wyandottes.
Adams, J. M., 357 S. 5th East.
Anderson, J. H., 665 5th Ave. ,,
Aldrich. Ira R., Rupert, Ida.
Betts, A., Chldcr's Station.
Cartwright T. H., 29 N. West Tempje
Kendricks, J. H., rear 836 S. 5th East
Solomon, R. H., 1756 S. 5th East.
Simmons A. F., 2456 Pine St
Sander. C. J., 906 Lincoln Ave.
Sheffield, Geo. B., Kaysville.
Stewart, W. W., Kaysville.
Strickley. Geo. F., 711 6th Ave.
Young, H. J., 229 East nth South.
White, Chas. T., 843 E. 3rd South.
Black Minorca.
Haslam, J. W., 544 W. 3rd North.
Kendricks, J. H., rear 836 S. 5th East
Solomon, R. H.. 1756 S. 5th East.
Smith, Hugh W., 858 E. 1st South.
Vogeler, A. HL, 74 Q. St.
Orpingtons.
Plummer, Dr. C. G., 535 E. iat South.
Cook, A. R., 1 129 E. 6th South. 7
Gorline, C. S., 1224 E. 12th South.
Turkeys. .v M
Vawdrey, Thos., Draper. "J"
Houdans. t
McGhie, R. L., 1464 State St.
Games.
Bergen, F., Centerville. I
Polish.
J. W. Smith, R. D. 4, Murray.
Smith L. L., Calder's Sta. I
Springer, S., H
Turpin. Geo. M.. Logan. j
The MDeseret Farmer" needs the I
support and encouragement of every
farmer every person interested in
agricultural pursuits in this inter- fl
mountain country. Send us a dollar 1
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