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I I I t& T H JE D JE S J5 R JE T A R M JE K SATURDAY, NOVEMBER xgb8. B i ii i iii i i i r -1 -- - ... - . . . . . , I CHRISTMAS IS COMING! h a i n I WE NEED SOME MORE NEW SUBSCRIBERS I TO MAKE 10,000 BY JANUARY 1, 1909. I WE MUST HAVE THEM! I You want some Christmas Presents! I LET US CO-OPERATE! I HOW TO SUPPLY OUR MUTUAL WANTS H If you will send us in some subscriptions you may avail yourself pi H the following list of valuable articles as per each offer contained therein. H These articles are bought by us from the great AUERBACH store, Salt H Lake City, and have their guarantee of being standards for the prices. H No. i. Men's unlincd tan kid gloves, No. 10. Boy's Golf caps, No. 4817, H fancy silk-stitched corded backs; cheviots, cassimcrcs and tweeds, a H snap fasteners; beauties, and just topnotchcr, for only two subscribers. H the correct, swell thing for a young No. xi. Pair beautiful imitation tor- H gentleman's present. a Given for toisie shell side combs, No. 4352, H three new cash subscribers. heavy top, highly polished given H No. a. Boys' tan-colored gauntlet for only one new subscription. gloves, No. 5004; strongly made, soft No. 12. Back comb, handsome, imi- and pliable; two bright red stripes tation tortoise shell, ornamented, across tops. Just what every boy or one new subscription. needs at this season. Send in three No. 13.--.Thc famous Sun brand new subscriptions and get a pair; or, bme hairpins, extra quality, J2 dozen one subscription and 50 cents; two in box, one box for a new subscriber. subscriptions and 25 cents. No. 14. Ladies' Hand-bag, 7 inches No. 3Mcn's extra quality, No. long, strongly made, very handsome S006, California goatskin and horse- and. serviceable, for only three new hide gauntlet gloves, with reinforced SJJn nam"- . thumbs; a splendid working glove- No. i5.--Envelopc bag, No. 3564, the very thing for father or big finBcr s.traP on back, or .t0P m.anv brother a Christmas present. You sty ks-for four , subscriptions; a can giet them on same terms as of- better onc or ,s,x namcs' aJld fer No. 1. Get busyl Send in the ft1"1"" foTr )vc v namca ,. . subscriptions! JJo. i6.--Ladics' belt in fine, soft m t m 1 . 1 t . it u "id, black, ran and brown, 254 in m No. 4.-Plam gold-plated collar but- chcs wM ' round m buckles 2x2 H ons, strong and serviceable, set of inches-only two new subscribers H three for one new cash subscriber. gcts jt ?; .-Handsomely designed gold No I7.Ladics. fast-black, two H plated cuff buttons-good ones, one c, cashmere gloves, No. 3420, H pair for one new subscriber. warm and fmC cach new 8ubsc;ip. H No. 6. The famous "Uncle Sam" tion crets onc pair. H suspender, for men or boys, one pair No. , The swell "Famosa" ladies' H for each new subscription. overs, 1m sewed glace kid gloves. H No. 7. French clastic webb suspen- a-clas wrist, perfect fitting, excel- H der, No. 5072, a pair for two new lent wearing, black, white, brown, H lubscnbers. red, a delight to the fancy of wo- M No. 8. Boy's knee pants, No. 4807, man-kind given for five new sub- H 4 to 16 years, black and brown with scriptions. M gray mixtures and stripes, and drab No. 19. Fancy tapestry cushion M corduroy tsent for two new sub- cover, No. 2212, tassels on corners, H senbers. ready for use, one new subscriber. m No. 9. Boy's Yacht caps, No. 4813, No. 20 Ladies' patent tip "Juliet" B all wool cheviots and homespun house slippers, black kid, medium M mixtures, a delight to any boy, a heel, a beauty, and comfortable, m serviceable article and a fine present get together six new subscribers for B for two new subscribera. us and we'll send you a pair. H Provision: Owing to the great number of premiums to be awarded un- der these offers, it is within the range of possibility that our supply on H some particular article may at times be exhausted, in which event we will H at once communicate that fact to our subscribers and allow them a second H choice. M Be sure to give size, age and pattern in ordering articles of wearing ap- H parel. Always give number of article on this list. M If vou do not see what you w mt in tl.e aibove list, write us, vre will get H it tor you and make you an offer. I ANY MAN OR WOMAN, ANY BOY OR GIRL H can procur- subscribers by a little effort at odd times. Show your ac- ' H OjUaintances the Deseret Farmer urge upon them the value of the pub- H hcation don't cease your efforts until you have their subscription. H Send remittances by P. O. Money-orJer where convenient. Address, THE DESERET FARMER M SECURITY AND TRUST BLDG. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH ENTOMOLOGY 1 1 Edited by Prof. E. G. Titus, State Agricultural College. THE RIGHT TIME OF THE YEAR TO PREPARE AND TO REPAIR. By E. G. Titus. To go through the orchard and sec that the weeds and grass and other trash of any kind is far removed from the trees. Jf you will insist on pro tecting the mice from wintry weather they will be glad to repay you by gnawing the nice bark from the trees. To sec that the weeds and trash along the fences and ditches is cleaned up and burned. Many insects have gone into hibernation in these places. Affords them a pleasant win ter's home and they expect to come out early in the spring and find good feed upon the young and growing crops. . . To sec that the garden weeds and rubbish arc cleaned up thoroughly. Always consider trash accuniulating in a garden andl the cabbage-butterfly and the flca-bcctlc will consider it a favor to hayc the trash left. for thejr and their kinds especial protection. To sec that all the grasshopper eggs laid in. the. alfalfa field do not hatch out next spring. Good plan to.,disc jt now, break up those egg-pouches and then the winter and early spring wea ther, will take care of tlje eggs for you. To see that those thrcadless, bolts on your spray-pump are replaced. When you get ready to spray with lime-sulfur against that San Jose scale, those red spider eggs or those green aphis eggs, you will not feel pleasant if you find your hose is in bad shape or your attachments leaking or your pole cracked. Fix them all now. Do you nee 1 an iron kettle to cook the mixture in? Better order it now then you will not have to wait on tlje man ufacturer or the railroad when you want to be spraying. The same holds true for the rest of your apparatus. See that you have your pump in. or der and- good barrels at hand; . . 1 -To take those burlap bands from around the trunks of your apple trees. Kill the worms in the little white co coons but let the spiders go free. Clean the bands up and they will be ready when you want them next June. To break up the dirt a few inches deep around your pear and cherry trees. The slugs are simply laying in that dirt for the winter and early next year the adult four-winged saw-flics will come out and lay eggs in the leaves. Stir 'cm up good; you will get rid of some of them anyvaj To gather in a small bundle of wheat-stubble and send it to us. We want to sec if you have joint-worms in your wheat. Don't wait for your neighbor to send, it won't matter it we get several lots from onc place. Now is the time to look after this j matter and we would like samples from all over this state and from $ everywhere else that The Deseret i Farmer goes. , . To look over your young peach trees for borers this fall and then next spring sec that the trees arc properly protected. Do a good thorough job now, do not put ft off until the ground is covered with snow, you won't do it then. o THE WAY- OF A MAN. A man and his wife were riding in an excursion train that suddenly be came derailed. Crash, bang, it went, and then bump, bang, bump, down a steep hill. The man howled with ter ror, but the car soon came to a stop. I i He examined himself all over care- fully and found that he was quite un- f harmed. Then he thought in the same breath of damages and of his J wife. "Are you hurt at all, old girl?" he asked. "No, thank Heavenl" the woman answered. "Then," said the man, "I tell you what. Let roie b'lack your eye, and we will -soak the company hard for dam agesl It .won't hurt you much. I'll just give you-one good punch."