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I Idlest 3k The Best I I Separator WT' Separator I I 1 To Buy. tjL To Sell.I H For the Farmer. J For the Dealer. H B A mac-hind lint's ready to run A machine that stays cold m H H every time he wants to use it. n and gives lasting; satisfaction. M iH A That wiu sot ai1 f thc ify That docs a11 ixc mcr cx" Hi H k crenni, all of thc time, under H pects of it, all the time. UI H Hall conditions. That is bncked directly by E H MM Tint will produce any de- H thc manufacturer. HA H H sired density of crenni. m T,mt ., buiIt right and atay, H H H That runs easily and is easily B right without constant attcn- WM H H cleaned and cared for. 9k t'011, H If BTHE 1909 fTNITED CI CREAM MlMPROVED U STATEkJ SEPARATOR H fl FULFILLS EVERY REQUIREMENT. M H bH It is backed by years of experience in building hand separators and Y& Hj fl is made today of the same hi'li grule materials and with thc extreme mm H fl cire that has midc thc United States Cream Separator celebrated for H H H durability and reliability. m M mm Go the dealer toho appreciates the benefits of selling thn B H ttSST CREAM SEPARATOR MADE, WehaVc an attractive H M proposition H M H Write today for our beautiful, concise, illustrated Catalogue Ho. 38 m M VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO., Bellows Falls, Vt. M i A FARM TELEPHONE 1 f ' Will save enough horseflesh W j and time every month to pay j its cost for a year, an I H emergencies, when time is W Hi the big thing, it may s: ic H Hi your home and your life. M Thousands of farms in tkis 1 country are now equipped A H. with telephones and you m cotrid not persuade one of i l these farmers who has prov M j M ed its value to allow his tele- m H 1 m phone to be removed. v It helps to make arm life w H pleasant and saves money V H m ou owe t0 yurficif l0 B H m have a telephone on YOUR m H farm. Call on thc nearest j ; manager of the Rocky Moun. ' tain Bell Telephone Com- 1 HI 1 pany and ke will tell you J Hi how you oan get it at small M H cost, or address the Genera H Contract Agent, Rocky J H' Mountain Bell Telephone M H Comoro v, Salt Lake City C I 4 I I I Ricky MonitilR Bill I I I Tilipkni Bo. 1 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY UTAH BEE-KEEPERS ASSOCIATION. President, E. S. Lovcsy, 355 Sixth East Strce, Salt Lake City. First Vice-President, R. T. Rhces. Second Vice-President, W. Bellisinn, Secretary, A Fawson, Grantsville. Asst. Sec'y. Jas. Neilscn, Holliday. County Vice-Presidents. Salt Lake, W. C. B ergon, Mill Creek. Utah.Gcorgc Hone, Payson. Wasatch, J. A. Smith, H'cbcr City. Davis, H. J. Butcher, Kaysville. Boxclder, J. Hansen, Bear River City Juab, 'Thomas Belliston, Ncphi. Washington, J. L. Bunting, St. George Cache, Ncphi Miller, Providence. Morgan, T. R. G. Welch, Morgan. Emery, Chris Ottoson, Huntington. Carbon, W. H. Horsley, Price. Sevier, R. A. Lowe, Austin. Sanpete, Walter Cox, FairvUw. Weber. Mrs. R. T. Rheuj, View. Money by Return Mall No long waits for your returns when you ship your cream to the ELGIN. As soon as your cream is re ceived, weighed and tested, a check in payment is sent you at once. Correct tests. Honest treatment Ship in the RED CANS and get your returns at once. Elgin Dairy Creamery & Supply Co. !DfT7RYING INQUIRIES ANSWERED. Editor Dcscrct Farmer: There is : little agitation of starting a cheese factory in this vicinity. Arc thc Jcr scy cows good cheese cows or not: if they arc not the best breed for cheese, which breed is, and why? Success to thc Big Farm Paper. A. F. KOTTER, Elsinorc. Answer by Prof. T. E. Woodward, A. C. U. The value of milk for cheese bak ing depends upon the amount of fat and casein which it contains. The composition of cheese is rough'y one third casein, and one-third water. Thc larger thc percentage of fat in thc cheese thc better thc quality, so Jersy milk is better than Holstcin milk for chccsc-making if only thc quality of thc product is to be con fidcrcd. Thc market, however, docs not distinguish between cheese made f i om thiiifcinilk and that made from y HOW TO CONVERT BUTTER FAT IHTO REAL MONEY Put your Cream In the JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, wire the lids to the cans; see that the name "JENSEN CREAMERY COMPANY, Salt Lake City, Utah," is on the shipping tag, also your name 'and post office ad dress. ' Take the cans to the nearest railway station; "WE WILL DO THE REST" YOU WILL 6ET YOUR MONEY! It you do not have the JENSEN "Blue Top" Cans, write or 'phone us for them; use only the "Blue Top" Cans. JENSEN CBEAMERY CO. Salt Lake City, Utah nch milk, consequently thc matter o; difference in quality is, as yet, of no commercial importance. Jersey milk contains, on an avcrago, of about 5 per cent fat and 2.9 per cent casein, and for each pound of fat contained there can be manufactured 2.58 pounds of cheese. Ho'stcin milk ill contain, on the average, about ,V5 per cent fat and 2.3 per cent case in, and for each pound of fat con tained there can be manufactured 2.70 pounds of cheese. Holstcins and Jcr- m seys will yield about the same amount , . of fat in a year. Suppose that a Hoi- I stein and a Jersey each gave 250 rounds of fat in a year (a very icon fervativc estimate), thc Holstcin milk for each pound of fat, yields .12 pounds more cheese that that from the Jersey. In the course of a year this would amount to 30 pounds of cheese in favor of the Holstcin. Thi i why the Holstcin breed is proper ly considered to be thc best for .sup plying mi'k to a chooso factory. GOOD VS. POOR COWS. Thc variation in profits to be de rived from different cows is quite re markable. The average wc3tcrn cnv probably docs not yield more than 4,000 pounds of milk containing some thing less than four percent of butter fat. This would amount to 160 pounds of butter fat, which at twenty-five cents a pound would be equivalent to $40 a year. Those men who get along best arc the farmers who im prove their herds by the use of pure bred sires. One man in Utah with twenty cows produced last year an average of 7,050 pounds of milk and 271 pounds of butter fat for each cow which at twenty-five cents a pound amounts to $67.75. Another with six cows produced an average of 6,840 pounds of milk and 313 pounds of but ter fat, amounting to $78.25. Another with five cows produced 4,900 pounds of milk and 177 pounds of butter fat in six months, which amounts to $44,25, or more than that which the average cow returns in one year. A woman near Richmond with one cow delivered to a factory in six months 7.373 pounds mt'.k and 261 pounds of K "K GUAR.nrTEE ALL OUR GOODS. WRITE US FOR ANYTHINGr! IA11 CT AAMO SALT LAKE CITY, Kji ,, t YOU WANT DUCKLL &. OUIN& UTAH.iTV I1