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j, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER i4-98-
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PULLING STUMPS, ETC.
:
1 Editor Dcscrct farmer: Would be
! very grateful for information rcgard-
? ing a stump puller, and whether it
will pull bunches of Willows and
green stumps, as my land is covered
I with willows and am thinking of buy
ing one if it will do the desired work,
and will be glad if you will inform me
through your paper.
Yours respectfully,
E. MULLINER, Ibnpah, Utah.
Answer by Prof. J. C. Hogcnson.
j i, Stump pullers usually do satisfac
tory work with bunches of willows
and green stumps if they arc not too
large. Pullers made by the Zimmcr
f man Steel Co., Lone Tree, Iowa; or
- W. Smith Grubber Co., La Crescent,
Minn., do good work.
LOOKING AFTER THE FAMILY.
fj A father and mother, with six cliil-
F drcn, spent their summer holiday at
h the seaside. Immediately on arrival
J' they set about looking for cheap
lodging.
At length they came to a notice of
a "furnished room to let" and made
inquiries.
"Oh, yes," said the landlady in an
swer to the father's question, "it's
here the room is to lc but there's
only one bed in it."
"Oh, that's all right," replied the
father; "we're used to roughing it.
The wife and children will sleep on
the floor."
! BROTHER
I Accidentally, on camping trip, have
discovered a Root that will cure both
tobacco habit and indigestion. No
drugs, but nature's remedy. Let me
write you about this wonderful root.
A. H. STOKES, Mohawk, Fla.
Til DtJ3T FAIM1K JL- H
I 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 arc given at the request of many
subscribers and are furnished and cor
rected weekly by the responsible firm
rf Vogclcr Seed and Produce Co.
Butter and Cheese.
Creamery butter, 25 to 30c; cheese,
full cream, 14 to 15c
Vegetables.
Cabbage, per lb., ic; potatoes, 85c.
per cwt.
Poultry and Eggs.
Live hens 11 to 12c. per lb.
Dressed hens 12 to 13c per lb.
Eggs, strictly fresh, per case, $8.50
to $9.00.
Grain, Hay and Flour.
Wheat, per 100 lbs., $1.60; corn, 100
lbs., $1.80; chop corn, 100 lbs., $i..8s;
oats, per 100 lbs., $1.60; barley, per ioo
rolled, $1,355 bran, per 100 lbs., $1.25;
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 $300, ex
tracted, 7c. lb.
Kindly mention the "Dcscrct Far
mer" when writing to or doing busi
ness with our advertisers.
Modern Sheep:
BREEDS AND MANAGEMENT.
BY "SHEPHERD BOY."
-n Tills Is n book that ovcry
--W8S2n "bee mnn uliould liavo.
-(P "" ItlsuucIoubtodlytliobcHt
jitrr- ' book ovor written on
ft -S?1 Blicop, n it is from tho
2r rzZZafo Pn f n practical Hliop
ife. rSSTtfJ iiord, who o oxporionco
ly KflScsi- linabwiiwldoaud varied.
c NSS ItconUiina noarly U.W
tj papes of pnekod (not
h padded) matter, which
meana on oqutvalout to
tfl TOOpoKOflof homo similar
3w works. It in ltcautifullv
VI ilhmtratcd with over 100
poV half-ton us, and it nub
I I tPtitS UJ jocts nro t rcatod in eight
I Hi W pTts: IIiHtory aud
Mil Broods; GonorolMan-
i I ngcincut; 8 hoop Man-
Nil nuoinontln thu wostoru
- Staton: Fitting for Show;
TljoRalsIntjof "irothouso" or Spring Lambs;
Droning Blicop and Lambs for Market; Pas
ture, Forago Crops, Etc.; and Diseasos, Ko
mitter what books you havo on Bheop, your
library is decidedly Incoinploto without this
bplondld work.
Bccrotarv Wilson, Dep'tof Agriculture, Bays
of this book; "I havo looked over 'Bhophcid
Boy's' book on modorn thecp, and bellovo It
would bo valuable for ready referonco to tho
teacher, editor, lecturer and fannor."
It onu bo uvurcd through thta ofllco at it
Imblibhed price of $1.50, pontpald.
"Donret Farmer" one jear. wth"Mod n Sheep"
$2.00
COCKERELS FOR SALE
Single and Rose combed Brown Leghorn Cockerels for
sale at from $2 to $5 each. Remember we can sell you
Birds much cheaper now than in the spring.
CRAWFORD BROS. POULTRY FARM MANTI, UTAH
RHODE ISLAND REDS 1
"""""""iiMMBIHMBi 4B
Line-bred farm raised, pure Hansen strain; standard color, shape and M
size. A few very fine Cockerels for sale. m
LOUIS C. DUNCAN 1076 so. sth east 1
ITaft and Sherman Won! j I
So have H
"MANDY LEE" I
Incubators and Brooders ; I
1 I
With the new models there is absolute- H
ly no GUESSWORK Heat, Moisture
and Ventilation, measured and regulat- I H
ed to a Scientific nicety j j H
Porter -Walton Co. I
Salt Lake City I
Agents for Utah and Idaho : I
f FEEE CATALOG UPON BEQUEST , I
I 1 ;
Studebaker I
j leaders in Vehicles and I
j Harness I
f A Full Line of Gasoline I
I and Electric Automobiles I
f 157-159-161 State Street I
1 SALT LAKE CITY - - UTAH I

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