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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1906

is entitled to the very highest praise "Ever since J. T. Durdle took the management of the Montesano cream ery it has been making the most sub stantial progress, until now it is one of the best industries in this section, be cause it has urged and encouraged the keeping of the best dairy stock and has demonstrated that the country around Montesano cannot be excelled for profitable dairying. "Where a few years ago there were only a few graded cows may now be seen large herds, and farmers, know ing they have a certain market for their cream, are all the time improving their stock, putting in separators and feeding their hogs on the left over product." All railroads entering Spokane an nounce that rates for the Spokane In terstate fair, which opens Monday, September 24, will be good going to Spokane on Sunday, the day before, and on every day until the middle of the second week of the fair. The rail roads have given a one and one third rate good from all parts of the Spo kane territory...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1906

10 HOUSEHOLD Contributions for this department are Invited from all the women readers of The Ranch. Subjects of Interest to the rural people are especially desired. Do Your Canning Now. The canning season is upon us in full force these days and it finds the thrifty housewife busy in the kitchen over the preserve pot from morn till night, while the girls of the family, and often the boys, too, are out in the berry patch or in the orchard gathering in the luscious fruit. What a delightful variety of rich preserves and jellies are in store for the family during the winter, when the woman of the house has the foresight and the energy to lay up as large a supply as posisble! On our western farms, where fruits are so cheap and so eas ily grown, there is no excuse for not having a plentiful supply of preserves, jellies, sauces, etc. The work of put ting them up will take but a short time and the housewife should arrange her work in such a way as to permit of her giving the fullest attentio...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1906

BREEDERS' CARDS Two Cents a Word Each Insertion. Special Bate by the Tear. BLACK MINORCA Cockerels for s:il». F. C. Allen, Brighton, Wasli. HOMES PIGEONS —My best breeders cheap to reduce stock. Dr. W. H. Arn old, Vancouver, Wash. EGOS from White Holland turkeys, Leghorns, Reds and Rocks. Incubat ors and brooders. Catalogs. Oak Yards, Ogden, Utah. CATALOGUE FREE of the best Brown, White and Buff Leghorns, Black Ml norcas, B. P. Rocks and Buff Cochin Bantams. Fred A. Johnson, 518 S. 35th St., Tacoma, Wash. FOR a short time I will sell cockerels and pullets of the following breeds at a reduced price: Barred Rocks, White Leghorns, Silver Laced Wyan dottes and Buff Orpingtons; also Pekin ducks and drakes. Correspondence so licited. W. D. Good, Box 116, Ro. 3, Mt. Vernon, Wash. Sears White Rocks Bred to Fay, Win and Lay. Agent for Chas. Schild's Lice Ma chines and Powders. Write for Cat iilogue. SEARS POULTRY FARM, 3401 North Oove St., Tacoma, Wash. THE HIGHLANDS K. W. Zllman, S. D. 7, E...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1906

12 charter member and now president of the Tacoma Poultry association and state secretary of the Rhode Island Red club. He has raised poultry fif teen years, three years on his present place. Seattle also has it quota of good breeders and large ones. We publish herewith a picture of a group of White Leghorns of the Rainier poultry farm. 711 Third avenue, Seattle, of which N. Anderson is proprietor. Mr. Anderson is among the largest breed ers of White Leghorns on the coast and had nearly one thousand birds, old and young, when visited by the writer. He is a show enthusiast and his winnings make a creditable show ing. The Barred Rock is another favorite breed in the northwest. The picture which we publish herewith is that of an almost perfect hen in this breed. These birds are prolific layers, excel lent table fowls and furnish a large field for the enthusiasm of that breeder who breeds for fun as well as profit. J. L. Anderson, 1902 North 40th street, Seattle, is one of the largest B...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1906

THE INSTITUTE This department is for the dissemina tion of information relating to organized bodies of farmers. The editor assumes no responsibility for statements made by contributors. The Grange Backs Roosevelt. C. B. Kegley, State Master, in reply to a question by the New York World as to the attitude of the farmers of Washington in regard to the beef trust inquiry, sent the following tele gram: "The president's efforts to secure better sanitary conditions in the packing houses now caused a tempo rary depression in the prices of live stock, but I think I voice the senti ments of the farmers of the state when I say that they will uncomplainingly stand such a loss. "Farmers do not desire to profit at the expense of the general health of society nor at the expense of the health, convenience, manhood and womanhood of the wage earners in preparing the products of the farm for the market. The farmers of this state indorse what has been done by the president and will indorse what may be...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1906

14 LIVE STOCK Pure Bred Cattle Business. Any one attending the sales of pure bred cattle that have been held the past spring could not fail to be im pressed by the premium placed on stock for quality and condition, says the Nor'west Farmer, of Winnipeg. Manitoba. Just now sales at best are slow, and to dispose of cattle at any thing like a profitable figure they must be in good condition. Some of our stockmen do not fulfil this requirement; and if we look into the reason we shall find one of the most fruitful causes of failure in the pure-bred cattle business. Some breeders, whom we could mention, have bought large herds, kept them for a year or two and have found the investment a poor one, mainly for the reason that they have attempted to carry more stock than they could prop erly handle. There is no surer way of losing money than by buying a pure-bred herd and then allowing it to get out of condition through insuf ficient feed and poor management. It is not necessary, and in most ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1906

Jf POSITIVELY CURES - /SORE SHOULDER! M SORE NECKS OR BACKS ON *«**!!. M I HORSES ano MULES I I IT.CURES THEM ANYWAY. *—*(' ■ 1 IN HARNESS, UNDER SADDLE OR IDLt ■ M IF NOT SOLO IN <OUK TOWN Wl Wl(,i »*Nl> »O* I ■ m 1-» »-- r— •»«•«.•. If you ••"* »• f m Put up In 28c, 6Oe and Si.oo Can* B V MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS, of food that is best suited to its indi vidual condition and appetite. It is a safe rule to breed mares to stallions whose ancestry possessed in a marked degree the qualities you de sire in the offspring. A division of the flock should be made now. The wethers should be put by themselves. The lambs that re quire good feeding may be turned with them. Some folks make more out of their breeding sows than they do from their cows. But these are the ones who know what it means to take good care of things. An Englishman claims the reason the Lincoln is not more popular in America is because its breeders are not the advertisers that the champions of the other breeds are. Did...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1906

16 ■IllililfVl ■■*■ Ame BURISIINO STUMPS ? v M^oo W^^ .^ M ■ ~ » ■ ■BIAI V~* lUll Consists of keeping a steady combus ■B II I ■■ ■ 9IHI H lal I■■ i ■^•l^"""v r^2^s "**fc==- tion in. stump underground. Fires ■T^ II _T^ F~ ■ I ■ fl I ■ IV M ■ TUC Ik <-*-^~ "-~3-yy>F II - i^T started by boring holes well down and ■■■ HOB I B ■ I V ~—M ■nt m?!*—£fatim£'/% " I - ~» under the stump, inserting a hot steel ™" ~^~" ™ ™ ™ M ■■ ■■ —i —i —§ —■—f ./-w^-. Mali TTllitfl^rA--^ /7 —^—-^ in the bottom and a pipe of less dl .'•-"■." /Z« Oh HJjr <? II ~~^>* ameter than hole, with a blast of air "■—-■——■—————■————~~~n .ff 6-\ f77T^? i%J*7AMfi) r' ]l2^*>^ in it down onto the steel. No blasting, B|f SEpf [M[ rlfn BEY r^^^^^^^^M^W/^l£^~ win'burn out on£a«-e of big s^ umP^ ?s|l. Sf^'ii'l^jßj 'My/^S^VT^Vff^^^^S^^iS' Ou*fit witll Common Blower $250 TUBULAR SEPARATORS ACsr>N - * irrsTLTmrlt 0 t TUBULAR SEPARATORS _ __««■*■ _k ' F^reiT seatti.i: BABCOCK TESTERS IVI/ISOIM **■ F^l^Tr beat-ce BAR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

■ . . . ■ m v_fV n«#w v# *i lm$^ N » -$^_^cJS# Ji JS&K^ <J *§ wil J3k JnnI v_N,l._Gj. <J J. wl» tfjl ' V,?'^ *M *-& Vol. XXIII. No. 17. Walnuts and Walnut Culture AT THE recent meeting of the Pa cific Coast association of nur serymen, held in Tacoma, M. McDonald, manager of the Oregon Nursery Co., gave the following paper on the walnut and its culture: Because of the unusual attention given to walnut culture at this time, it is but right and proper that this association should take up the dis cussion of the subject, for the future of the great industry is, to a large ex tent, in the hands of the nurserymen. Whether the walnut boom which is now spreading over the Pacific north west is to prove a success and the A FINE DAIRY HERD IN SPOKANE COUNTY — REPRESENTATIVE OF MANY IN EASTERN WASHINGTON. industry to be placed on a sure and paying basis, or be allowed to run the course of similar booms during past times, wherein so many failures and disappointments have occurred in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

2 - . ' I LONOfiNVS , if ' •.TINDTJN'S I 1 LONDON'S I I lOJIpON'S | I LJONDONTS jL 1 N'S nn_A_A——^BhP9^. IW«ITIO»iCL»»OP«.VcO. UHITCD MILLS SUWH.* co. UNITED mills *UP«.» co uhitid mills lUWIf co. u«mti» mills ium» co. i»"it¥D wiug tun*! C* L LONDONiB fneTlf OIL CLOTHS LACE TAPE^YdUREWW window rdUCIIIFS SEATTLE. WASH. MoigJt u^jlli^tiuuuuugilßnJ^uucry^uuuuuuuw «■'* ifrfliwv^'istrw^j^yabZ qua CBguuLji.uuTuTi«uiJvnjmju uuuihLiOtl. ■ linoleums! I —1 c£amAaa2vx r ~l MATTING ff . „r >r: , WE PAY mm | *j|ylV>vßyM> [ YOU SAVE MONEY I - give a descrip- . _ k ■8| ■! /> I /> 1 ij c* tlio large mills * ■ • tf Ik/I -tf-i-* |||| tffl^M^Jig^aa^S^L^^S^-MaanmiTii 111 tion to sell them cheaper r than Pany Y^CirDdSf LlllOICIJinS« IYIQLLIIICJS9 v l. ?v one else. Linoleum is indispensable ■ ' * v-r ' We are just closing out our mat for the kitchen or the dining room ■ C*^^^A. ~Z ting and we only have a small lot Sua\!\; f?rany W p Vt\Yr cn aor B°c°o dlo hr ea f Vo? L6Ce LUrtainS - left-a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

Issued First and Fifteenth of Month By The Ranch Publishing Corporation Miller Freeman, Editor and Manager. Associate Editors: P. L. Axlinff F. Walden H. L. Blanchard Chicago Representatives: Allen & Ward, Boyco Building 1 Office: 325-6 Colman Building, Seattle. Subscription: In advance, one year 50 cents; six months, 30 cents. Seattle subscribers are required to pay $1.00 per year, on account of local postage. 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 aa required by law. Date of expiration Is shown on your paper by address label containing your name. Failing to receive the paper regularly, you should notify the Seattle office at once, when mis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

4 HORTICULTURE I*. WALDEN In the last issue of The Ranch I made a mistake which I hasten to correct. In writing of what is called "the peach-apricot" I stated that apri cots and peaches sometimes came from the same seed. I knew better than this for it is the peach and nectarine that sometimes come from the same kind of seed. The peach and the apricot belong to the same genus, which is called prunus, but are of different species, the peach being prunus Persica and the apricot is the prunus Armeniaca. But the peach and nectarine belong to the species prunus Persica, hence, the nectarine is only a variety of the peach. (See Gray's Field, Forest and Garden Botany, p. 144.) * * * I knew this when I wrote of the "peach-apricot" just as well as I do now, but my mind played me a trick. The statement that the peach and nectarine both will grow from peach seed may be called in question. Very well. Our experience in having nec tarines among our peach seedlings is so common that we can not acco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

as not to be answerable to the law. The law is not made for "the right eous man but for the disobedient." But it would be a credit to our state to have some of the blundering ex pressions revised out of our law. I am ready to hear from any member of the committee. Don't flood me with letters, brethren, all in one mail. * ♦ • While I am writing these notes there comes to me a letter from A. Eckert of Detroit, Washington, which reads as follows: "I am informed that you are secretary of the commit tee on law and legislation of the Washington State Horticultural Asso ciation; also, that your Association desires some changes in our present horticultural law. The Pacific Coast Nurserymen's Association has a com mittee on the same and also desire some changes, but do not in any par ticular ask for any less stringent in spection than at present provided. That we can work in harmony I feel assured. To avoid any possibility of a clash before the legislature, as oc curred at the last session, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

6 INQUIRIES There are many matters relating to the farm which cannot be treated of sufficiently in one or two articles in The Ranch, owing to the length of articles required for the purpose. Whenever such a matter comes up we suggest that the inquirer secure one or more books in which the subject is gone into at length. The silo ques tion is one of these, and we have before us an inquiry from Humptulips, Chehalis county, as to how the silo should be built, dimensions, how to fill, etc. This is a very broad subject— and we suggest that our inquirer send ten cents to the Poison Implement Co., Seattle, for a copy of "Modern Silage Methods," or he can send 25 cents to The Ranch and a copy of Woll's "Book on Silage" will be ordered sent to him. Either book will tell him fully what he wants to know. * * * To the Oak Harbor inquirer who wants to know if we have any book on testing milk we answer "Yes." Any book relating to one or another branch of farming can be secured through our office....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

Walnuts and Walnut Culture. (Continued from Page One) the spring than does the English wal nut. The Proeparturiens bears at an earlier age, and most proliflcally, and the flavor of its fruit was most delic ious. What more could one ask? Caution suggested that it might be well to compare this fruit with other French varieties before closing with an alluring proposition to buy, which was being pressed upon me. Appar ently this was the last step I could take in the selection of a variety of walnuts suited to my locality. I read everything printed upon California walnut culture; had received courte ous replies in an extensive corres pondence with walnut growers and nurserymen; had visited the whole sale and retail dealers in search of information, and was still at sea. "To make the comparison referred to, I visited the late John Rock, and asked to be left alone in his sample room to solve my problem in my own way. Here was at last the chance to finish my tests, for I was satisfied that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

8 THE DAIRY Starting a Dairy Herd. The young farmer is constantly ask ing himself if it will pay him to invest his money in a dairy. Of course, no outsider can tell for certain whether it will or not, for so much in every bus iness depends on the man himself. But one thing is sure all over the country. There is no method of farm ing that pays better to the well-posted farmer than the dairy. It is only nec essary to ride through the dairy dis tricts of the state to see where the thrifty live. This fact has become an accepted theory among political econ omists not only in our states, but they also apply it to nations. Wherever the cow flourishes the people are well to do, and it is a pity that the dairy districts in some parts are so limited. Nowhere can milk be made cheaper the year round and cows thrive as well, when care is taken to keep the tick and other pests off of them, and it is only carelessness that lets them get on the cows. The young man who intends to be a dairyman, and ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

run down in flesh, but. the oil meal I have used in small quantities with good results. I ask your advice as to the quantity of oats chop and oil meal to feed to cows giving 20 lbs. and upward of 4 and 5% milk. Any sug gestions will be thankfully received. I am prepared to milk while butter fat is from 25 to 30 cents per pound." In reply the editor of the Dairyman wrote that "Vetch silage and the extra coarse oat and vetch hay make a prob lem that has not been worked out — or if worked out, not reported. We therefore request our correspondent to report results from time to time. We also suggest that he communicate with the Oregon experiment station at Corvallis to ascertain whether an ex act chemical analysis of the vetch silage cannot be obtained by sending samples there. "Meantime he must use his own judgment in regard to the selection of supplementary feed and the amount to be fed, bearing in mind that both the vetch silage and the hay abound in protein, but are deficient in carb...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

10 BREEDERS' CARDS Two Cents a Word Each Insertion. Special Rate by the Tear. HOMER PIGEONS —My best breeders cheap to reduce stock. Dr. W. H. Arn old, Vancouver, Wash. PURE BRED Homer Pigeons to be had from one pair to two hundred pairs, if desired. Jamei X. Miller. Ccntralia, Wash. EGOS from White Holland turkeys, Leghorns, Reds and Rocks. Incubat ors and brooders. Catalogs. Oak Yards, Ogden, Utah. FOR SALE —Belgian Hares: also R. I. Red Cock*, $1: Plymouth Rock Cocks, |2; Blue Andula_ian_, and Games. F. \V l'attison, Kvemtt, Wash. CATALOGUE FREE of the best Brown, White and Buff Leghorns, Black Mi norcas, B. P. Rocks and Buff Cochin Bantams. Fred A. Johnson, 618 S. 35tn St., Taonina, Wash. FOR a short time I will sell cockerels and pullets of the following breeds at a reduced price: Barred Rocks, White Leghorns, Silver Laced Wyan dottes and" Buff Orpingtons; also Pekin ducks and drakes. Correspondence so licited. \V. D. Good, Box 116, Ro. 3, Mt. Vernon, Wash. Sears White Rocks Br...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

in with several big machines all filled up at every attempt to hatch. Begin with one medium sized machine, set tins hens at the same time in order to have some opportunity to determine when faults are in the eggs and when in the operation of the machine. It takes time and varied experience to learn artificial incubation, and it is well to recognize this from the start, and keep expenses down while experi mentally learning how to hatch chick ens. Probably no one could tell the writer of the above tale why she has not done better, even though they should see the machine in operation. The cause cannot be wholly with the eggs, but it must be in the operator's hands. There is something radically wrong and the correspondent must find what it is and remedy it before trying to raise many more chicks. Market the Non-Producers. In most markets old hens and roost ers may be sold for a higher price now than later in the season. All the old fowls which the owner does not in tend to keep over for...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 September 1906

12 HOUSEHOLD Contributions for this department are invited from all the women readers of The Ranoh. Subjects of interest to the rani] people are especially desired. The waxed lining to cracker boxes is excellent to wrap lunches in. It is very good to clean flat irons with also. A tablospoonful of sugar added to tlio water for basting roast beef will give a rich brown color as well as a fine flavor. In order to have potatoes always white, the kettle in which they are boiled should never be used for any other purpose. In flavoring a cake do not use lem on juice if a light cake is desired, since the acid sets free the carbon dioxide before baking. Eggs covered with boiling water and allowed to stand for five minutes are more nutritious and digestible than when boiled rapidly for three minutes. To prevent tomato soup from curd ling add the tomatoes before the milk is put into it, and remember to strain the tomato juice before turning it over the flour and butter. A lady who has tried it...

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