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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

letter that he knows nothing about the business. Whether he could suc ceed or not I could not tell, but the chances would be largely against him. There is a good deal more to be done than to plant the trees and see that they make a good growth. I have had old friends write to me about coming west and starting in fruit growing and in some cases I have felt it to be my du tY to advise them not to make the pffort A man who has been a teacher or physician all his life till he is sixty years old would do well not to try to start in some business in which he has no experience. The following clipping is from the California Fruit Grower of October 28 and shows how some things were done at Portland. No comments are offered: "According to a report from Port land, .T. A. Filcher, executive commis sioner for California at the fair, de nominated the jury which passed upon the wines a 'bibbing jury which goes against everything in the vintage line.' 'We produce a peculiar red wine,' he said, 'whi...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

6 HOUSEHOLD As was announced in the September issue of the Western Home Journal, that publication was purchased by P. L. Axling and removed from Spokane to Seattle. Having now become inter ested in The Ranch and not desiring to issue two publications whose char acter to an extent was similar, it has been decided to consolidate the sub scription list of the Western Home Journal with that of The Ranch. Thus all subscribers to the former will re ceive The Ranch regularly until their subscriptions expire. There are a number of Journal sub scribers who are in arrears for sub scriptions while the Journal was pub lished at Spokane. Statements will be mailed to these shortly. All arrears should be pay! to P. L. Axling, 376 Colman building. Seattle. Beautiful Rural Homes. (Mrs. H. Southerland.) Ever since Mother Eve sat outside the gates of Eden, weeping over lost Paradise, woman's heart has yearned for things beautiful. Bereft of them, there is a void in her life nothing else can fill. Of a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

"The Actress" Ada Ash yearned hard for fame. Ada Ash looked like her name. No engagements could she win- Managers said she was too thin. Thought her face too ashy white; She cried herself to sleep each night. One day her best friend said. "Why Don't you 'Marvel Tablets' try? Marvel Cream you must use, too. See what wonders they will do." Health and Beauty now are hers; She sees her name on bill posters. Write for Pree Samples. MARVEL CHEMICAL GO. Box 1111. Seattle, Wash.; 36 Front St., New York City, JX. T. BOYS and GIRLS Wouldn't you like to have the chance to get THE YOUTH'S COMPANION Without Cost to You? What a fine Christmas present it would make! , . You can easily earn it by working an hour or so a day, and do it with but little effort, among a few of your neigh bors, by taking orders for our Choice California Vegetable and Flower Seeds. For securing only five dollars' worth of orders, we will make you a present of one year's subscription to The Youth's Companion. Now, isn't t...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

8 THE DAIRY State Dairymen's Convention. The next convention of the State Dairymen's associtation will be held at Bellingham on December 21, 22 and 23, and it promises to be one of the most successful meetings of the kind held in this state. A very good pro gram has been arranged and upon it are to be found some of the leading men of the state interested in agricul ture and kindred pursuits. From statements made by dairymen throughout the state the attendance promises to be large. Prof. E. E. El liott and Ira P. Whitney, of the State College, will be present, as will also W H Paulhamus, of Puyallup; H. L. Blanchard, of Hadlock; President B F Reed, of Ellensburg; Mrs. Lord, ot Olympia; A. M. Stevens, of Ellens burg; Mrs. E. W. Andrews, of Seattle and Bellingham, and many others. The association has arranged for a rate of one and one-third fare to Bel lingham over all railway lines. To se cure the advantage of this rate every every one who attends the meeting should take a receipt for...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

STEPPING tnPIRC STONES TO a ■)■ ■!■ dairy tmmmj* success f^Jf^rMrm T Cow Owners ""T THIS IS ADDRESSED TO YOU. Yjii own cows, and care for their milk. Why? To make money. If you handle the milk the old fashioned way, you may make some dollars. If you have any kind of a cream separator, you will make more dollars. If you want to make every dollar possible from. your cows get an Easy-Running Empire Cream Separator. -* -'- ' ■ --• Why an Empire? You want to know why, and we want to tell you why. Here are a few reasons: The Emplra will skim clean. Will turn easily. Is simple In construction. Is easily cleaned. Will make the most dollars for you. Many separators have one or more of these quali fications. The only one that has them all is the Let us" prove our statements to you. Don't take our word for it. Investigate thoroughly before you decide. The more thorough your investigation, the more completely you will prove to yourself that the Empire is the cream separator you need. • Universa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

10 POULTRY ——— H. L. BLANCHAKD Communications for this department ar« solicited. Personal experiences de tailed and questions prove of great ben efit. Write to H. L. Blanchard at Had lock, Wash., or direct to The Ranch, Se attle. Questions on Poultry Answered. Enquiries are frequently coming to hand seeking advice regarding the question of starting in the poultry business, how to do it, etc., etc. In variably these questions come from persons with but very little, and often not any, experience in the business. This question appears to be more eas ily answered than most any other question concerning poultry. All per sons of experience and who have been successful in the business, agree that the beginner should make the start with not to exceed two or three dozen hens for the first year at least. The writer believes it is perfectly safe to say that fully ninety-nine per cent, of those who start with as many £3 four dozen of hens fail to succeed. It is also true that many who start wit...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

BREEDERS' CARDS Two Cent! a Word Each Insertion. * special »af toy tH» Tear. pure WHITE BOCK cockerels for sale from best breeding strains Prices reasonable; correspondence solicited, to. A Aeschliman, R. F. D. No. 3, Colfax, Wash^ . —— CATALOGUE PBEE of the best Brown, White and Buff Leghorns. Black Mi norcas B P. Rocks and Buff Cochin Bantams Fred A. Johnson, 518 S. 35th St., Tacoma, Wash. WHITE HOLLANDS for sale. —Have a few White Holland toms to dispose of at reasonable prices. White Prince, the sire of our flock, weighs 30 lbs. Eggs for sale in season. J. F. Chapin, R. F. D. No. 1, Clinton, Wash. up the stomach of the hen. When chickens have their wings dragging, and their feathers point the wrong way they are not well, generally suf FINE RANCH LANDS CHEAP smfflM\ /%K&*ffiB RFIrrNTrHAM J We are selling tracts of 10, 20, 40, 80, 160, 320 or 640 acres of Western Wash- ""/'^Sl \^d^^ nAn ' ingtn land located in Snohomish county, between the Great Northern railway ' WW/vHP^V. an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

12 Ranches Wanted and For Sale FOR SALlC—Farms in any part of Washington. \Wst American Land Co.. :;■:: Bailey Building, Seattle. FOR SALE —80 acres bottom land near Novelty, King County. Wash. Partly cleared. $25 nn acre. W. E. Ad.mis. Novelty, Wash. FOR SALE —One and one-half acres, with 4-room house, within 150 feet of Intenirban road, Btt niiles from Seat tle, seven-cent fare. Suitable for poul try or truck farming. Address XX, The Ranch. Seattle. FOR SALE-- UO-ai i\> line farm, fully im proved, with every convenience, In cluding $0,000 first-class house, hard finished; 16 acres in hops. Farm cleared $G,500 last year; SI."..000 buys it. For particulars address The Ranch, Seattle. "CASCADE ORCHARDS" in the WENATCHEE VALLEY "The Newly Opened Irrigated Fruit and Garden Lands." Cascade Orchards has been on the market less than three months and 45 per cent is already sold. These lands have awakened a splendid Interest among- the people of Leavenworth and Chelan county, as well as ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

Every Young Man or Woman Should Try to Have an Income Before Marrying THE WAY TO MAKE SURE OF IT IS TO BUY r 100 SHARES OF PREFERRED ■IICOPPFB (IK. STOCK While You Can Get It at Per Share I Cents And pay for it in monthly installments. Before you finish paying for it, it will be worth $1.00 Per Share—Par Value and in two years will be earning you easily $100 Per Vcar TtiCOttiC Write today for our book ** F©l*tlllteS ill OOPPCI*/' which will be sent you free of charge if you mention the name of this paper in your letter, and give your name and post-office address. WRITE TODAY. Seattle=Boston Copper Co. 724 Alaska Building, Seattle, U. S. A. THE RANCH. 13

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

14 LIVE STOCK Chop Your Alfalfa Hay. Charles Flowers, an extensive cattle feeder, says: "I will pay one dollar more per ton for alfalfa run through a feed cutter and cut into lengths of one-half inch to one inch than for al falfa hay just as it is mown in the field. The Hudson Bay Cattle com pany of Butter Creek, Oregon, has always run their hay through a feed cutter before giving it to their stock. This year in that district as soon as the grain was threshed the threshing crews turned on the stacks of alfalfa hay and cut them up." Mr. Flowers is of the opinion that not only will less hay be required, but the stock will do better on what they do consume. In view of the large alfalfa meal mills that are being operated in Ne braska, the Sunnyside Sun suggests that some one be found who would put such a mill in at Sunnyside. Certainly no better location could be found any where, it adds, and the cost to these mills of grinding alfalfa hay to meal is not over $1.00 per ton. Sheep Prices...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

there is need of a variety of apparel made of rubber, and when the farmer goes out to buy what he wants in this fine he naturally wants the best at the most reasonable figure. These desires are exactly met by the Rubber Store, a Seattle firm whose store at 714 Second avenue contains nothing but goods made of rubber. It is a reliable firm and they guarantee every article leaving the store. Their ad vertisement in this issue tells about their goods, but to know just what they have write for their free illus trated catalogue—and when you write please mention that you saw their ad vertisement in The Ranch. "Don't Put All Eggs in One Basket." Is one of the truest sayings in the world. No man in this present day of rush and scramble for dollars should think of depending on one in vestment for his income. The wise man has several sources from which to derive an income and if you are prospering, there is no better invest ment in the world as far as the chance of large returns on a small amo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1905

16 n*T THE TUBULAR ißk . mi!/ 1 vDvLAIv /X -S%rsW A GOOD DAiRY SEPARATOR MUST HAVE THE CRANK AXLE AT THE RIGHT HEIGHT FOR EASY r^Bßf/l ivJsk A GOOD DAIRY SEPARATOR MUST HAVE THE SUPPLY CAN WAIST LOW, otherwise the machine will be A W[ '*•'■■ very '"convenient to operate. A single glance at any machine but the TUBULAR will convince you if the crank MtU U§i<** Ural and supply can of the same are convenient, and are like the DAIRY TUBULAR shown in the cut. '•■ . nrffW j fUI A GOOD DAIRY SEPARATOR must have a SIMPLE, LIGHT, SLENDER, EASY-TO-CLEAN TUBULAR- Ifttfl 9 IN SHAPED BOWL, suspended from a spindle hanging from a single ball bearing. A HLv i ' till A GOOD DAIRY SEPARATOR MUST HAVE THE MILK ENTER THE BOWL AT THE BOTTOM, for this is iTt/cSJJH^I^IIeHI is the only correct form of bowl for absolute safety, perfectly clean skimming, easy operation and quick washing l^rWH?^&®V\M| A GOOD DAIRY SEPARATOR HAS ALL GEARS ENTIRELY COVERED, otherwise dirt, dust and grit will get 11 l^anf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1905

THE RANCH VOL. XXII. NO. 24. WILD LAND AND HOW TO SUBDUE IT TIB query is frequently made as to how to subdue wild land. The occasional spotted appearance of crops on new land, the frequent mark edly beneficial effects of lime and plaster, and the beneficial action of manure lead many to believe that there is something harmful to plant life in new soil that may be corrected by the application of the right chem icals or that perhaps the soil needs inoculation. IAMS' CH ATE LAIN (54384), BLACK PEECHEEON STALLION ONE OP 157 "TOF-NOTCHEKS THAT MUST BE SOLD AT 91,000 TO 91.500, BY" FRANK IAMS, ST. PAUL, NEBRASKA. ««,«^vJ!i U.*4E?. ky; A bu*iness man's success in business is not made by "kids" or "Profs, of colleges." But it is the "push," JE£* T ?® v? f.^ eni the knowin& J«w and what to buy and sell at the right time—the keen, quick, wiie judgment at the right moment, that leads successful business men on to fortune. In the good old "Quaker Wn» of St Paul Neb-lives an nnrt r"n a S b"s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1905

i more, no less, for the best results. In the transformation of most of the elements of plant food from their orig inal combinations in the rock or in the raw organic matter of the soil sev eral stages are passed through. The various transformations are brought about in part by the same weathering action of air and moisture in the soil that operated on the original rock to transform it into fertile soil, in part by mere chemical reaction between compounds in the soil, and in large part through the action of bacteria in the soil. For these changes to be carried on properly these demands arise: 1. That the soil be well aired and moist to favor the weathering process and to furnish the necessary oxygen for the bacteria; 2. That there be no excess of moisture as the air is thus excluded; 3. That there be a good supply of organic matter in the soil to furnish food to bacteria and to furnish by its decomposition the organic acids that are so prominent a factor in decomposing the rock ma t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1905

THE RANCH Office: 376 Colman Building, Seattle. Tssued the First and Fifteenth of Month By the Ranch Publishing Company p. B. AXUNO - - Editor Associate editors F\ WALDEN, H. L. BLANCH ARD Subscription, in advance, one year 50 cents; six months, 30 cents. If on time, subscriptions will be $1. Seattle sub scribers are required to pay $1.00 per year on account of local postage. Agents wanted in every town to so licit subscriptions. Good commissions and salaries paid to hustlers. The paper is sent to each subscriber until an order to discontinue is received from the subscriber. We must be noti fied in writing, by letter or postal card, when a subscriber wishes his paper stopped. Returning the paper will not answer, as we cannot find it on our list from the name alone on the paper. We must have both name and address, and all arrearages or dues must be paid as required by law. Date of expiration is shown on your paper by address label containing your name paper regular- Failing to receiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1905

4 HORTICULTURE —r.WALDEN The San Jose scale is one of the dreaded insect pests. At one time it was feared that wherever it got a good start in an orchard ruin was sure to follow. It was thought that no certain remedy could be used for eith er its extirpation or control. But, thanks to the vigilance of the depart ment of agriculture at Washington, D. C. and the work of the experiment stations, that fear has been dispelled. It is still a pest and one that will ruin an orchard if it is let alone. But with a proper effort we can so far control this insect that its damages amount to practically nothing. Some of the efforts to control this scourge have proven failures and this was to be expected. Often failures are but step ping stones to success. One of these failures is in connection with an in sect that was imported to prey upon this pernicious scale. It is one of the ladybirds and is technically called the Chilocorus Similis. All ladybirds prey upon the soft-shelled insects (aph ides)...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1905

Island, in Kitsap county, and the other at- Custer, in Whatcom county. I have consented to go. We will be at Wins low December 18, and at Custer the 20th and 21st. It will afford me much pleasure to meet the fruit growers in these sections at these institutes. Whatoom county sent some fine fruit to Portland the past summer. It was a surprise to me. I know that some of the islands of Puget Sound pro duce fine apples, and I suppose that Bainbridge will be no exception in this respect. I have been with Prof. Elliott before in institute work and found him a congenial companion. Orchard Problems We have reached a point in these papers when we are ready to set our trees. We must see to it that the ground is in good condition. If the land is to be irrigated we must see that it is properly smoothed. The method of doing this need not be de scribed here. If the land is not in good shape when the trees are set it will be very difficult, if not impos sible to put it into proper shape after ward...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1905

« Well Lathered is half shaved. No man can be well lathered with out the rich, thick lather of WILLIAMS' ITS"? Sold everywhere. Free trial sample for 2-cent stamp. Write for "The Shavers Guide and How to Dress Correctly." The J. B. Williams Co., Glastonbury, Conn. SjgijSSl fK {gSHSf: MENTION THE RANCH WHEN YOU WRITE TO OUR ADVERTISERS. V*^W^ =gs^%. SHERMAN, CLAY & CO. # ■ .■_■■■,_■_■■■_«_» ,*. 4^a\ -...-. XnV The Music House Where 1 VOICE Quality Reigns Supreme % II iffiajg^' —A* VSTW' 1/ V* V ■//■ There is a quality point below which we do not go; below which fftßgjSSßß^^L--^ " ' I'J I iK&i"l^. / ml/m What looks like economy is sometimes the. worst extravagance. % 4k9| |p^ fjl y MBr^^lr wJfw It; looks like economy sometimes to take part of the wool out of a \l^S^iß!F '' ' 1» Tiiii' m^fii 'ijliniil'" J//M piece of cloth and put cotton on the inside, but the trick will show in •■ * *^l^'' .'% '*' " " It looks like economy sometimes to buy a new piano on which r _^ . there is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1905

SELECT HIGH GRADE BERRY PLANTS Phenomenal Berry —Great money mak er- as high as $1400 has been realized from a single acre here the past sea son. Fruit of enormous size, varying from one to two Inches in length; a bril liant rose red color, deliciously flavored; exceedingly productive, very firm and a great shipper. Price per 10, $1.00; 100. $7.60; 1000, $45.00. New Mammoth Blackberry— Cross be tween the Crandall blackberry and Cali fornia wild dewberry. Is the very larg est berry fruit of anything known in thn world today. The fruit averages from two to three inches in length, and is pro duced in greatest abundance. Highest flavored and most delicious of all black berries; ripen three weeks before any dewberry or blackberry A great ship per and money maker. $1.00 per 10; $8.00 per 100; $50.00 per 1000. lioran Berry —A famous berry, now being- widely planted all over the coun try Fruit very large and a handsome dark red color, exceedingly productive; and possessed of a rich, sub-aci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1905

8 THE DAIRY State Dairymen's Convention. In the last issue The Ranch made announcement of the coming conven tion of Washington dairymen at Bel lingham on December 21 to 23, inclus ive. The secretary has announced that the railroads will make a rate of one fare and one-third. In order to se cure this rate all delegates should buy a one way ticket from their starting point, paying full fare for it, and get a receipt from the selling agent. This receipt, when signed by the secretary of the convention, will be honored for a return ticket to starting point at one-third fare. Going tickets may be purchased during the meeting and not more than two days before its open ing. Certificates will be honored dur ing the meeting and as late as two days after its close. Sunday will not be counted as a day, either going or re turning. This reduced rate can be se cured only upon the presentation of fifty agents' receipts showing full fare of fifty cents or over paid on the going trip by rail over eit...

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