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Deseret farmer. [volume] (Provo, Utah) 1904-1912, April 17, 1909, Image 8

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H H They arc the standard Separators of the world. Bm
H B They arc entitled to this claim of being Standard because they won WM
H B out in the greatest contest of Cream Separators ever held at any VA
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H, BB through one month, on the milk of 10 different breeds of cows. The BB
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H B were entered in this contest and were beaten. M
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H BH and creamerymen everywhere. HB
H SM The United States Separators have handsome MBi
H B frames, cast in one solid piece. They have waist E9
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H f VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO. wh,
M M BELLOWS FALLS, VERMONT 1 dl JBPL
H If you cannot plant anything but
H thorns, let every arbor day pass by
H unheeded.
I Homy by Return Mail
H No long waits for your returns
H when you ship your cream to
1 the ELGIN.
H A's soon as your cream is re-
H ceived, weighed and tested, a
mm check in payment is sent you
H
Correct tests. Honest treatment
H Ship in the RED CANS and get
Hj your returns at once.
m Elgin Dairy Creamery
& Supply Co.
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E Kindly mention the "Deseret Far-
B mer" when writing to or doing buai-
M ncss with our advertisers.
M I S. G. WHITE LEGHORNS
LW The most prolific laying
H strain on earth.
H Stock and Eggs for sale.
H Write me your wants.
J. D. HAGMAN
H 26 N. d Wt. ialt Labe City.
Man's worst enemies arc his evil
thoughts of others.
There can be no shadow without
substance; no effect without a cause.
Clothes don't make the man nor
yet the chorus girl. Exchange.
CACHE VALLEY CREAM AND
MILK COMPANY.
Welcome visitors to their new
headquarters at 145 Picrpont street
(West Temple, between 2nd and 3rd
South). Visitors will be shown every
courtesy and methods of handlings
milk and cream explained to them.
WE ARE IN THE MARKET
FOR CREAM SHIPMENTS AND
WILL PAY THE HIGHEST POS
' SIBLE PRICE.
Write to us.
New Plant; Modern and up-to-date
. machinery.
"CLEANLINESS OUR MOTTO."
Lorenzo Hansen, Utah's Pioneer
Creamcryman, President.
O. B, Hansen, Manager, Salt Lake
Brancfh.
1 DAIRYING
EARNESTNESS REWARDED.
A Sincere Desire to Help Fcllowmcn
Brings Success to Those Ex
erting Themselves in
This District.
Fifteen years ago a small creamery
plant was installed fat Slatcrsvillc,
Utah. A' few years thereafter, others
in different parts of this and the sur
rounding counties were instituted.
These were absorbed by the original
Slatcrvillc company, and in 1905, this
concern was consolidated with Black
man & Griffin Co. ,
Since that change was. made, they
have devot d much of their time to
looking after the interests andwcl
farc of the farmers at large, through
out this and the surrounding states.
They arc large buyers of cream,
which they churn into B & G Butter,
that is made of a grade that takes
the first prize in competition at every
state and county fair in which it is
entered. Knowing as they did, that
they could not get a sufficient quan
tity of cream for the unlimited mar
ket which is theirs without enthusing
the farmers to increase their output,
they have been working for a num
ber of years to place pure-bred stock
with the cow owners of this Intcn
Mountain region. They arc meeting,.
with success, as the farmers arc
learning more than ever before, the
economy of having good cows. It
costs no more to take care of a milk
cow giving several hundred pounds
of butter fat per year, tlian it does
to give a cow attention which pro
duces 15 pounds, this being the avcr
age production of the cdws in this
locality?
" They arc doing all they can to
urge farmers to buy pure bred bulls.
The man who begins to grade up his
herd with a pure bred bull1 will be
milking half bloods in three years,
three-quarter bloods in five years, 1
s ven-cights in seven years, and soi
on. The fact of the matter is that
when he gets to cashing checks from
the half bloods he Will jumpjhc
other steps and buy pure rcd cows.
He will be in a position to' realize
their value. ,
Their heifer, "Ycksa of Lakeside"
, a Guernsey purchased last fall, gave
birth to a bull' calf last month. He
is a fine animal and being held at
$300.00. They have also imported
several other bulls, pedigreed and of
fine ancestry. Their untiring activity
along this line is resulting in an in
creased volume of cream for them
every day. They pay the farmers
promptly for the cream received test
and weight it correctly, and arc one
of the most reliable, extensive and
satisfactory creamery concerns in the
west.
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UP-TO-DATE IMPROVEMENTS
IN CREAM SEPARATORS.
Cream separators come and go
every year sonic new names and
some that arc heard of no more but
all appear to have little effect upon
the firmly established prestige of the
"World's Standard" Dc Laval ma
chines which were first in the begin- ,
n'ng and which their makers have
spared no effort or expense at any
time to keep in the van of all at
1 cmptcdcompctition.
J (A Sectional View.)
tffthe capacities have been increased
from ten to twenty per cent., while
1 there is claimed to be a. noticeable
improvement in the still more com
plete separation of the butter-fat
from the milk, particularly under the
more difficult but frequently una
voidable circumstances of ordinary
farm qnd dairy use.
The supply can is now low enough
B TO GUAR-nTTEE ALL OUR GOODS. WRITE US FOR ANyTHING Q Iftlf I CT jfc 50NS SALT OT10

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