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

.... __. ... ...-.-.•.•:. ''^t^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i — Y^^|^^^^tWfP'': ■^'•'•;;;-;':''' Vol. XXIII. No. 19. The Washington State Fair By C. M. B. INTEREST during the week of Sep tember 17 to 22 was centered in Washington's state fair, held at North Yakima. Good crowds attended daily, the host of visitors being form ed, not alone of the state's rural popu lation, but of its city residents as well. "Old Sol" beamed down kindly and warmly during the entire week, and the gate and other receipts were such as to assure the undertaking a finan cial success. But all who attended the fair must agree with the writer that it was not up to the Btandard of what a state tair for Waehingon should be. Now, Chloe Mechthilcle, 8 years, and Imke De Kol, 5 years— First and Sec ond as Aged Cows at North Yakima Fair, 1906. — F. A. Frakes, Owner, Scap poose, Ore. it is a fact no person can make a re port of any event of importance and at the same time please all. Some few are bound to take exc...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 October 1906

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

Issued First and Fifteenth of Month By The Ranch Publishing Corporation Miller Freeman, Editor and Manager. Associate Editors: P. Xi. Axlinff F. Walden H. L. Blanchard Chicago Representatives: Allen & Ward, Boyce Building 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 as required by law. Date of expiration 1b 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 mist...

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

4 HORTICULTURE r. WALDEN One of the lessons that the beginner in fruit growing has to learn is to properly pack his fruit. This is a much more impor tant matter than many inexperienc ed persons realize. Not long since I was passing along Western Avenue in Seattle when one of the commission merchants called my attention to some grapes that had been sent in for sale. They were nice looking grapes but were badly packed. The baskets were not full. The commission man remarked that if the grower had added two pounds more grapes to each crate, containing four baskets, they would readily sell for 25 cents more per crate. That would be a big price for two pounds of grapes. That is just the way it works. By saving eight or ten cents worth of grapes the grower lost 25 cents. By putting a few poor apples in a box of nice fruit 25 cents or more is lost in the selling. * * * No doubt in some cases the growci thinks a few inferior apples will not be detected. That is a great mis take. The buyer so...

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

for many years, this means that the quantity of barreled stock has been materially reduced. We feel safe to say that the apple crop to be harvest ed this season is not so large, by a good deal, as was promised by in dications a month ago." * * • It can be seen from what we have presented from these very reliable sources that there is a wide dis crepancy between the estimates of the growers and the dealers as to the size of the apple crop with the pre ponderance of the evidence decidedly on the side of the growers. The farm papers very generally side'with the growers in this case and would be foolish not to do so. It is the inten tion of The Ranch to keep its readers posted on the conditions of the fruit crops. In this way they can the better know what to demand for their fruit. Many testimonials have come to us as to the value of our reports. We want the fruit growers of the Pacific northwest to know that we are their friends and will stand by them. ♦ • * I am in receipt of a very v...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 October 1906

6 IRRIGATION This department is open to contribu tions from any one Interested In irriga tion. Make your articles as brief and eonslse as possible and be careful to give facts and figures. Mistakes by Reclamation Service. In his letter to the delegates at the National irrigation congress at Boise. Idaho. President Roosevelt spoke of the possible danger of the newly open ed irrigation lands falling into the mo nopolistic hands of large investors or speculators. He wants to see this danger averted, in order that the small farm unit may be preserved and that the small and intensive farmer may settle the land thickly and thus add to the population and the value of the land. This is a danger that may come, but there are other dangers which the promoters of these big irri gation projects apparently overlook. In many regions there is a pressing and immediate demand for irrigated lands, the people being attracted to these sections in large numbers. Many of these sections are being en tirely...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 October 1906

OREGON STATE FAIR (Continued from Page One.) any of the beef cattle. C. E. Ladd's Oak Hill stock farm showed 17 head, the Hazelwood Company showed five head, A. Chalmers 16 head, Schmidt Bros, seven head, L. B. Geer seven head, and J. Richards two head. The Oak Hill Stock Farm had decided not to show this year but at the last min ute shipped 17 head direct from the grass. The cattle were in excellent shape, however, and their condition speaks best for the attention they re ceive constantly at home. Cattle from this farm are always in the' front where blue ribbons are being given out and they took their usual place at Salem. Herefords: The showing of this breed was weak. Gilbert & Patterson showed 13 head and Weir and Johnson five. The Gilbert & Patterson contin gent numbered three winners at Port land last year, namely Marcel, Tops man and British March. These gen tlemen deserve only the best credit for the manner in which they con stantly improve their herd. Their show herd...

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

8 THE DAIRY What a Buttermaker Should Do. (Fred W. Moon.) Buttermakers have acquired im proved methods and in this work have far outstripped the creamery patron and in the fast Changing creamery and market conditions, it behooves us, who are in such close touch with the farmer, to adopt the best ways and means possible toward a betterment of the dairy conditions of the average creamery patron. A buttermaker ought to have a thorough knowledge of general farm work, understand the feeding and breeding of cows and be able to express his ideas both through the columns of the local paper and on the platform of a public meeting. He should advertise for a meeting and send a written invitation to each of his patrons and explain the object of meeting. If one does not feel equal to the task of effecting such an orga nization, get some farm institute worker or some one thoroughly post ed on such work and who can give a good, sensible talk, explaining object and benefits that can be derived. Gai...

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

flavor—poor quality. The churning is not all of the butter making. It is made from the time the milk is drawn from the cow. Every dairyman cannot be expected to have a large herd of registered cattle. It will take scores of years before such a condition can ever be approached. But there is no reason why every dairyman cannot have a large herd of good grades. Some time ago some of the Nebras ka creameries inaugurated the system of grading cream as it was brought in, but trouble resulted right from the jump until the plan has been aban doned in a number of places. The re quirements and rules as inaugurated may have been bad and difficult and in some points unfair to the cream pa tron, but the system is right and ought to survive. If one man's cream is bet ter than that of another he should be paid for it. It is sometimes claimed that sep- arator milk is as good for growing calves as new milk. The correctness of such a statement depends entirely on what the calves are being grown for. ...

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

10 BREEDERS' CARDS Two Cent* a Word Each Insertion. Special Bate by the Year. HOMER PIGEONSMy 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. LARGEST Poultry Farm in the north west — 12 varieties of chickens, tur keys, ducks and geese. Big catalog free. Write W. D. Good, Box 116, Route No. 3, Mt. Vernon, Wash. CATALOGUE FREE 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. _____ Strictly Pure Bred Barred Rock and S. C. B. Leghorn Cockerels. For Sale. I have more than I need and will dispose of them at very reasonable prices. Be sure to write me for prices. HANS VOGLSANG Mountain View Poultry Farm, Clayton, B. C. Sears White Rocks Bred to Pay, Win and Lay. Agent for Chas. Schild's Lice Ma chines and Powders. Write for Cat alogue. SEARS POULTRY FAR...

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

P Success Manure Spreader Host Made —Write for Prices JOHN DEERE PLOWS Molino and Peter Schuttlcr Wagon and a full line of all kinds of buggies at reasonable ' res. Send us your name and addr?** atul we will send you a year's subscription free of charge to The I* u-row, one of the most practical farm papers published. Write us about our special payment plan. SEATTLE VEHICLE & IMPLEMENT CO. »srtO lat Aye Seattle, Wash. hens in a tight enclosure for ten days or two weel^s, giving them no feed in the shape of grain or mash at all. Throw them some green feed now and then and keep fresh water before them at all times. Provide plenty of shade. At. the end of the starvation period begin feeding heavily with mashes composed of wheat bran, corn and oats chopped, and oil meal such as is fed to cattle and horses on the farm. This feed will start a new coat of feathers immediately. The starvation period tends to cause the feathers to become ripe and ready to fall. Then when the heavy feedin...

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

12 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. Apple Butter Hints. Has any one an easier way of mak ing apple butter than mine? asks Fannie M. Wood. I cook the apples without pealing, removing only the cores and imperfections. Then coolc them until soft in a steam cooker. After they have cooked soft I rub them through a c jlander or sieve, then add the cider that has been previously boiled down until thick and dark. While I am ironing or doing some other task that requires a fire the mass gets the slow steady boiling needed on the back of the stove in an earthenware crock or kettle. In a granite "kettle it requires more atten tion to prevent scorching. But in a common milk crock with a slow fire very little attention in the way of stirring and skimming is necessary. In olden times when this appetizing delicacy was made in large quantities the cider and butter were bo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 October 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. A Duty the Farmers Should Do. (Fred W. Lewis, Dist. Dep, Tumwater) To Farmers and their friends, Greet ing: At this time every farmer, as well as every patron, should make his influence felt in the political world. It will soon be time to cast our vote. for legislators for our state and for our nation and we as farmers are not doing our duty to ourselves if we do not know how our candidates stand on the questions which are of vital importance to us. The Grange, as a farmer's organi zation, stands: First, in the National congress for the parcels post, election of senators by direct vote of the peo ple, the extension of rural post serv ice, and government supervision of our food, and are opposed to the ship sub sidy bill; second, in the state we are in favor of the direct primary, direct legislation, a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 October 1906

14 Washington State Fair (Continued from I\ipe One. I in previous years and so now cannot compete in many classes, except for diplomas. Diplomas may be all right but Jersey cattle don't thrive on them —so West did not show this year. The writer is no crank, but has explained conditions as they are and, in sub stantiation of his statement, begs to call attention to the fact that only three hogs, all owned by the same breeder, were exhibited this year, not a dozen head of horses were shown, and while several individual herds of different breeds of cattle were on ex hibition, there was competition only in the Red Polled and Holstein breeds. Herds of three different breeds of sheep were shown but with practi cally no competition, there being com petition in one class only of the Ram bouillet breed. There is no effect without a cause. Sometimes these causes are intangible and difficult to point out and again .he conditions between cause and ef fect are discernable and undeniable, Whether...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 October 1906

M POSITIVELY CURES /SORE SHOULDERV M SORE NECKS OR BACK 3ON «*■ •*"«•'. * I HORSES ™° MULES I § IT CURES THEM ANYWAY. *•*•«*( B ■ IN HARNESS. UNDER SADDLE OR IDLB ■ M B tOUR TOWN WB WtLt ttHP TOW 1 i SB % ,——.f—r- sampli. m »oo •«>•« v* jH \ pRtC .h.n. m ..f,.urd..1.r. m Put up In ase, sOc and $1.00 Can* M X. MONEY BACK IF IT FAtUS M in 1901 and first at London and Toron to shows in Canada the same year. Lady Bruce is also a full sister of Lady Earle, grand champion at the Pan-American in 1901. In the two-year-old classes Brown Eyes of Barclay 1974, topped Snow flight of Radnor 18696, while as a sen ior yearling heifer preference was given to Mayflower of Seattle 20614, over Queen of Seattle 20613. First for junior heifers went to Janice of Ridge side 20647 over Miss Lilias of Burnaide 21709. Snowdrop of Willowmoor 21245 romped off with first as heifer calf over Jean Douglas of Burnside 21711. Gilbert McMillan is herdsman for Mr. Clise, having taken charge last February. He it wa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 October 1906

16 FVFRYTHINfV SAN JUAN COUNTY FAIR B^H| «■ BjjßM I j] I O J9J If jg 119 THE ' The First Exhibit of the San Juan County Agricultural Society will be held at r — t 1 ■* A ■ iiii FRIDAY HARBOR ' OCTOBER 2, 3 4 and 5,1906 II jß| <OtA Pi H»sP A Full Ili3t Of Premiums and Many Aattractions ll_JI /jOti. H if^l W GIVE THE FIRST FAIR YOUR MOST HEARTY SUPPORT arm. I I I I GENE C. GOULD, Secretary W. J. COURT, President TUBULAR SEPARATORS |^^^11^V'"' '■■ ■; x {M FA I R BAN X S"M 0R S E BABCOCK TESTERS fei In , rliro barrel churns B^BKStv^Hs- M GASOLINE ENGINES HAND WORKERS lyi&J • >•- > (< IHAffnS ' *^s®3^'^''^^^ Make you money, do the drudg- VETERINARY GOODS P%^^ jrjffjlfrf ~&Of\' ""ZSPr*'*P* ei*y> and keep the boy on the VETERIJNAKY UUUJJ& f§|§| » J^KT - JiA^' )^jr^^B and expense; yourself trouble Fy fif- » £sr%(eakfJ ■ save regrets. They are Safe, M^™'^M^'M'^WM""'^^^^^^^ IS • ■ Rasy to run and make the fuel ■-AD TUC ODCAIiCDV I&S Mil'small. Write for catalog ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 October 1906

THE RANCH m#%|\i«#\# *v$ij vUv;.^. ; _*»■ >._><.._$ ><:- ;}|-«53l!3^^^ JtJT-iSwI^J W m#.J JEfe \Xlvl J -.l\X_Z^ J) \;H w hv_ .-I ■$*-■ • v *4vs*$'M 'A Vol. XXIII. No. 20. THE ABOVE PHOTOGRAPHS ABB SELECTED OUT OP A LARGE NUMBER TAKEN BY THE SPECIAL PHOTOGRAPHER SENT BY THE RANCH. I—Brood niaivs exhibited by J. E Mason, Latah—Charetta 20,905, and Fidele 18,555. 2—Cyclone, champion Kentucky-bred saddler exhibited by J E Mason 3— Herefords of Paul Clagstone, Granite, Idaho.—On left: Moonlight 113,311, son of Bright Light 11,611, on dam's side by Dolly Moore 76,207; first as a K <d Hera ™rd, H" 1, 1, °V? r D, lsc"u, nt W >2 vBPu«(,°, n WV T 4—Holsteins from Lakeside Stock Farm, P. A. Frakes, Scappoose, Ore., first as aged herd.—From left to r khi S,• Mechtlnlde Jewel, Chloe Mechthilde. Imkje Hengerveld, Oregon Belle and Lunde Mohee; all but Oregon Belle secured firsts, and she third s—Little Musee ),..'• Jersey sow, first at Spokane Interstate Fair; sire, Paul Kruge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 October 1906

2 _ n A „___,_, I LONDON'S ~] ) f LONCUM'i "\ I LONDON'S 1P" LOJiPOw'S j | LONDON'S I I JL 6 Is! DON'S nlL^_A-- TiiMr^.__ —^— owrtto »TCI» «or*V»(cO. I unitco mills SU«>»l.» CO UHITIO wills «u*pit CO UPllllO »'aVsu»H co. u«mt«» mills supply CO. UWTtQ mills »U*PtfC* & toNDOM™ ffcenf OILCLOTHS L-ACEi TAPESfrwcijaaDWfS window CdUCHES SEATTLE} WASH. «fe#4f-L LINOLEUMS CURTAINS UPH^TTOOODS L| Slj^ES s fftrf^^T^jMt Jlff^^T?ff!_fft JEffi ■ LINOLEUMS I It^AMAM^ I 1 PORTIERS u v; ,, ;? WE PUT FREIGHT I mmMm 1 Z**™J* lit United Mills Supply Co. gSj&i P, v r leauins -.";: IB %/ Ek''J\'ia ifvls^'Jx'iSi'ili colors, rose, the^£car£d 1111 Second Avc, Seattle, Wash. l^^pi^W' iVp're^ the large mills >~y - ■ • 4 & ' _M_ i • I u^OPJtmWoRvSB^/ffsBRSEg Prepaid ■::;;-x,rv,!::;-;'^B^ Carpets, Linoleums, Mattings, Ms% for the kitchen or the dining room _ g-^ * • && <"^M§ls?s3p^* ~~~{f% on the farm. We have a good heavy I <i/"^/"k I tfitf^T^litflC sg. pffi%»™P:~iaa|lfl qualit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 October 1906

Issued First and Fifteenth of Month By The Ranch Publishing Corporation Miller Freeman, Editor and Manager. Associate Editors: P. 1.. Axlingr F. Walden H. L. Blanchard Chicago Representatives: Allan fc Ward, Boyce Building Office: 326-6 Colman Building, Seattle. Subscription: In advance, one year 50 cents; six months, 30 cents. Seattle subscribers are required to pay JI.OO 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 ac 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 mistake...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 October 1906

4 HORTICULTURE F. WALDEN I trust none of our fruit growers in custom Washing ton, Oregon and Idaho has failed to read the very valu able letter from Prof. C. V. Piper in our last issue. If you have missed it it will pay you to hunt it up and read it and ponder it well. What had to be done In southern California to re store the lost fertility of the soil will have -to be done in our orchards. It is well for us to be forewarned and prevent the deterioration of our soils by the using up of the nitrogen. We ought not to wait till the loss of this important element of fertility causes us a loss in our crops. This condi tion is sure to come, and by using legumes we can prevent it and kerep up the fertility of our orchards and thus save a very material loss in out incomes. As stated in one of my notes we can buy nitrogen in the shape of nitrate of soda, or in other forms, and sometimes it is advisable to do this. One man, as I stated, said he could afford to spend one dollar per tree annua...

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