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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1906

L I Success Manure | Spreader I Best Made—Write for Prices | JOHN DEERE PLOWS 1 Molino and Peter Schuttler Wag-on B and a Cull line of all kinds of a buggies at reasonable > rives. Send 3 us our name and address nd we g will send you o year's jufcscription S I free of charge to The In- row, one a I of the most practlcnl form papers H i published. Write us about our a .-pi-rial payment plan. B !> SEATTLE VEHICLE & 1 SEATTLE VEHICLE & S IMPLEMENT CO. § » 1 8390 Ist An Seattle, Wash. H *JGt3££sf%£* 'TNI&B fisflKEßßta^Es^2£HH99fi9iiflßflfi ration will prove quite satisfactory When the cattle begin to get about 12 to 15 pounds corn per steer per day, they will not require or relish as much roughage, and at the end of thirty days, should not be given to exceed 12 pounds clover or alfalfa per 1(100 pounds steer per day. As the feeding period progresses the amount of roughage fed should constitute about one third of the ration by weight. Buying the Ewes More ewes were boug...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 December 1906

16 _ ' rr" /^(lt D P rp^~^\l^*i o ITT /^ B IT" k A I ft A/B B t ATT C^^^S] IT CLEANS WHEAT a _~^^^^^^mm^w LjT . I 11 JA v lMiT»**^'^^^^_____ic^^ _^^~^ *~~mL -B—_s?_——_ FcgSwHlHflffl Bfc-Mfcto. ')ot's more; it separates MBf There Is no pis engine as simple as an Olds —com- "^SHflk d^l if ißllii^S j t—Bjfflir^i ■ii " wild oats, cockle seeds" and Mm - jiare it with others and this statement is proved. The \HtK J ' ■hSi^ i^^^^^WSSt^r^l^^''^ dirt from wheat. It runs MSB repairs nisi practically nothing. Every adjustment is ~^L \s. ■« !Ks!«iS_B<?L_--- '''''' ___1 • i to i>„ 1,. „„,, „ , iffl very simple to make. Exact duplicates of any part ]fl_llß-Ol§llS_____-_--IM easier, lasts longer and nc flV can be furnished at once, perfectly machined and ready ~^R raPWJS*!*SJJ^' j Tj^--ZLrV* -CI compllshes more work than M&& to '"" on. This is important in case of accident. 'ItttSilsf^iS'W lMl^lrlllßßwHflßfflßflw any machine you ever heard fljff The Most Economical Engine V| ii^___ti...

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

THE RANCH A JbtiJIN&ti if1H§? tali-AMD THE HOIflilNl t#NtlWTOSfft: ZrvA*ZJrSm^^ i mfmmmmw J J wfml mmmA JwRI J JJZ^ J IfSfc *4 '' v| 51 AmhmW- J ** Vol. XXIII. No. 24. PROPER USE OF IRRIGATION WATER I\ERHAPS the most prevalent idea ' in the irrigated sections of this country is that plants do best and. yield most heavily when they re ceive very abundant irrigation. In my experience I have yet failed to find one farmer who has refused to apply to his fields all the water that he could possibly obtain, though in many cases it was manifest that the large amountß of water led to injurious over irrigation. Plants respond very rap idly in yield and quality to the water applied to the soil, but in reality they can get along with very small amounts of water and in many respects do bet ter when the amount applied is below rather than above the best. In fact, the irrigation farmer who is able to control the amount of water applied to plants controls one of the most im portrant factors of ...

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

2 The Greatest Wage Earner Is money. Nothing earns money as fast as money. Safety is the mOBi important factor in money earning. We offer you (he best safe proposition for making your money earn money In paying On Certificates of Deposit and Savings Accounts. Our literature will (ell you all about it. Write for free booklet explaining our sys tem of Bunking by Mail. Dexter Morion & Co., Bankers Founded 1870. Seattle. Incorporated 1887. Oldest Bank in Washington. Capital stock, fully paid $200,000 Surplus ! 200'°°° Undivided profits $400,000 W. H. I.ndd President R H Denny Vice-President N. H. Latimer Manager M. W. Peterson Cashier C. E. Burnside Assistant Cashier G. F. Clark Assistant Cashier Correspondents in all principal cities of United States, Europe, China, Japan, Hawaiian Islands, Alaska, British Co lumbia and Northwest Territory. Drafts issued direct to Dawson City and &U banking points in Alaska. Collections made on all points on reasonable terms. AGENTS OF BANK OF ...

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

sWA sTfe rf The Ranch. Issued First and Fifteenth of Month By The Ranch Publishing Corporation Miller Freeman, Editor and Manager. Associate Editors: F. L. Axling- F. Waldo,-. H. L. Blanchard Chicago Representatives: Allen ft Ward, Boyce Building New York Representative: S. E. Leitli 150 Nassau Street Office: 325-6 Column 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 lied in writing, by letter or postal card, when a subscriber wishes his paper stopped. Returning the paper will nui 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 a.» required by law. Date of expiration is shown on your paper by address label containing your name. Failing to receiv...

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

4 HORTICULTURE F. WALDEN The Northwest Fruit Growers' As sociation will hold its fourteenth an nual meeting in the city of Seattle, Jan uary 16, 17 and 18 next. This organi zation is made up of fruit growers in Washington, Ore- gon, Idaho, Mon tana, Utah, and British Columbia in Canada. E. L. Smith, of Hood River, Oregon, is president; C. A. Tonne son, of Tacoma, is secretary; W. S. Oftner, of Walla Walla, is treasurer. Each one of the states and the prov ince represented in the Association has a vice president. E. M. Gordon, ti Seattle, is chairman of the local committee. The horticultural editor of The Ranch has been asked to pre pare and read a paper on the topic: "Past Year's Experience with the Cod ling Moth," and has agreed to do so. * * * Hood River is preparing to make a fruit display and other important fruit growing sections are asked to do the yame. Chelan, Yakima and Kittitas counties can make a very fine showing if the matter is only attended to. Who will take the lead ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1906

sis>led by H. W. Collinwood, the editor of the Rural New-Yorker, the farmers succeeded in bringing out Peter V. Porter, a man of the same political faith as Wadsworth, and he was run as an independent. The thirty-fourth district had elected Wadsworth by about 13,000 majority, two years ago. but Porter was elected this year by 5 ; 500 majority. * * * This is a good lesson. When any nan, either in our state legislature or in congress, ignores the wishes of the farmers he should be given a dose like the one administered to Wads worth. But what right has the farmer t'» dominate this country? No right except the right which comes to the majority in a democratic country. Re member that farmers lead all other classes in numbers and also in wealth poduction. Turn to the last Year- Vcok of the department of agriculture, page 12, and you will read the follow ing: "Dreams of wealth production could hardly equal the preceding fig ures into which various items of the farmer's industry have be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1906

6 ti/Aii • MR. FARMER I M WALL We have Just received our line of fall samples pi pen of wall paper. This line IrtrLH Includes every up-to-date and attractive design in dv wall papers. If you in ..1»1.. tend to use any wall paper this fall let us send \l\ll you our catalogue. It's Tl-ili free, an( j shows a fine ________ lot of . samples of wall papers to choose from. WRITE When you buy from us you not only get the lat- FOR os t designs, the best -„,',,„„„„ quality for the money, Catalogue hut you pay i eS s. write Dent A for catalog. F. B. BRYDI.E, FREE THE PAINT and WML PAPER MAN rrtcc got-903 Sprague Aye.. Spokane United States and Forelgi /&^^^h< \ PATENTS Ppl|| WORLD-WIDE Free Booklet for Inventors "When you buy WET £*, WEATHER ,f//4& ' CLOTHING you want ' 7 *fr~ixf-~\ complete *» xjaTtTi 1 - protection YUk^N// /M/ and long <nWJj\l 'if\ - service //I / These and many ° // §' / '' ' other good points t JL->^ '' ore combined in c^yT / TOWER'S f\ FISH BRAND I ' / O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1906

IRRIGATION This department Is open to contribu tions from nny one Interested in irriga tion. Make your articles M brief and SonslM as possible and be careful to live farts and flpures. Right Methods of Irrigation. The subject of irrigation receives considerable attention at flip hands of Secretary Wilson, of the depart ment of agriculture, in his report for 1 0dd. Among other things ho men tions the work done by the office of experiment stations in connection with Irrigation. Irrigation experts have been detailed to work out and intro duce the right methods of irrigation, and to Five practical advice to begin new in irrigation in sections where it has been introduced. Wherever this educational work was begun there has been marked appreciation of its value. Requests for aid of this kind have been numerous, and the number of men en gaged in this work should be in creased. The most practical manner of carrying on this work is through the establihsment of farms where the best methods ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1906

• THE DAIRY Pampering the Heifer Calves. (Mrs. ||. EL Sherman.) A common mistake of dairymen in purchasing registered cows is in pam pering the heifor i-alves. They are al lowed to suck their dams three, four or five weeks to give them • good start. Sometimes this start is never lost, and the heifer grows more and more beefy, until she is useless in the dairy. Sometimes the dairy blood tells, the surfeited calf stops growing long enough to undo any harm done. A calf with good dairy inheritance does not know what to do with surplus fat. She has no tendency to put it on her back, her system becomes clogged with it. I have had over fat heifers start to milk three months before they calved. When the milk starts it must be drawn or else inflammation set is. I have seen heifers not milked where the milk veins swelled to great size and became full of the watery portion of the blood. At this appearance of distress and swelling, sympathy is aroused and the stomach is lanced. When this is don...

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

OIDSrEieiNES T^ There is no gas m engine as simple as Bk M an Olds —compare it M m with others and this m statement is proved. % m The repairs cost m m practically nothing. m m THE MOST ECO- « § DOMICAL ENGINE » m For pumping, sawing wood, * m feed grinding, churning, and all V a farm work. The reason why is ■ ■ interestingly told in our cata- ■ ■ log mailed on request. Tell us ■ ■ your requirements and we will ■ ■ help you figure out what you ■ ■ need. Send for our catalog ■ I showing Type A (2-8 h. p.,) § I Type G (8-50 h. p.,) Types X ■ 1 and N (12-1200 h p., used with H I our Gas Producer, it will re- ■ ■ duce fuel cost 75 per cent.) M 9 Celebrated Picture Free. ■ ■ For 4c stamp we will send ■ ■ Rosa Bonheur's "Horse Fair." m % OLDS GAS POWER CO., M 977 Chestnut St. Lansing, Mich.^r Does This Mean You? The average stump on logged-off lands will require from one to five days each to prepare them for burn ing by this digging process, and then your ground is left full of roots and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 December 1906

10 BREEDERS' CARDS Two Cent* a Word Each Insertion. Special Rftte by the Tear. for sale —Mammoth Bronn Toms, reasonable. W. J. Duffy, Bunnyslde, Wash. _____ HOMER PIGEONS— Kin. Stork; a few pairs only at reasonable prices, it taken at onto, account moving- H. K. Willis. Everett, Wash. _ . _ FOR SALE —Mammoth Toulouse Gees-?, $2 50 each; bronze gobblers, $5.00; hens, $4.50. W. D. Good, lit Vernon, Wash. CATALOGUE FREE of the best Brown, White and Buff Leghorns, Black Mi norca s, B. P. Rocks and Buff Cochin Bantams. Fred A. Johnson. 518 S. 35th St., Tacoma, Wash. OUR White Wyandottes Are a Hardy, Vigorous Strain of high scoring birds broil for utility purposes. The kind that fill the egg baskets. Every one a thoroughbred. We have some pure white early hatched cockerels for sale fit $2.00, $3 00 and $5.00 each. Yearling hens and March-hatched pullets, $2.00 'each. Special prices on mated pens. EGGS From DUSTON mating* : $3.00 for 15; $5.00 for 30. Four pens headed by DUSTON males: $2.0...

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

<]u:irts of dry bran daily and ground bone and meat onco a week. I always keep gravel, oyster shells, coal ashes and old plaster before them in small boxes. Now for a daily ration. In the morning I feed three quarts of wheat. oats and buckwheat mixed, which I throw in the litter. At noon 1 feed a damp mash consisting of cooked vegetables and chop, also milk and some kind of green vegetables, such an carrots, beets, cabbage or apples. I always hang the uncooked vegetables on a string so that the hens have to in nip to reach them. You must make the hen work or she will get lazy, will not lay and will become fat. At night I usually feed corn on the oar, as this helps to keep them warm. By following this method you will have no trouble with poultry, but will be able to say with me that forty hens bring in more profit than a cow. The feed pans and other utensils used about the poultry house should be washed and scalded occasionally. Arrange the water and the feed troughs so that the f...

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

12 HOUSEHOLD Contributions for this department arc Invited from all the women readers of The Ranch. Subjects of Interest to the rural people are especially desired. Suggestions for Christmas Gifts. Christmas is the time of cheer and gift giving, and the custom of making. a present to most of one's relatives and near friends has become so root ed in the national fibre that every one feels he or she must give something. What to give and where or how to get it ar« thoughts now absorbing the thoughts of every one. Those whose purse is not so thickly filled :>s they would like to have it find it bard to come to any satisfactory solu tion of the question. Perhaps some of the suggestions below will help some of them over hard places. Christmas wishes may be sent through the attractive postal' cards which are shown appropriate to the Reason. They are cheap and form a very acceptable little gift to a friend at a distance. There are on the market hundreds of pretty calendars that would be ...

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

INQUIRIES One of our Stanwood readers and well wishers is Mr. J. J. New, who re cently located there and is anxious to gain information relating to the grow ing of both large and small fruits in his county, best varieties to set out. etc. This matter was referred to in our last issue, but it is a pleasure to be able to give fuller information now. J. F. Littooy, formerly horticultural inspector in Snohomish county, was asked to reply to Mr. New's commu nication, and he sent us a good letter for publication. * * * Mr. Littooy says: "As Mr. New is 'new' in Snohomish county we will forgive him. and use this means to inform him that right in his own home town they have one of the most active horticultural associations for its age that there is in Snohomish county, and it consists of one of the ten active horticultural societies or auxiliaries of the county horticultural association. Mr. New evidently does not take his home paper, which is an active agent ci the farmers' interests and a ...

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

14 LIVE STOCK BEEF PRODUCTION Relation of Costs to Profits. (Copyrighi L 906, by n. w. Mumford) In attempting to estimate the prob able number of cattle thai will be fed during any given .season and the prob able profit or losy to the cattle feeder there is DO factor that is more fre quently mentioned than that of the cost of feeds. From this we may as sume that this factor, if not the most important one affecting jirolits In cat tle feeding, is certainly one of greal importance and one that should be thoroughly understood by every man engaged in the business of finishing cattle for the market. Live slock journals begin as early as July and August to anticipate the probable Biae oi' the corn crop, the probable demand lor the same and the bearing of these factors on the cost of corn to the cat tle feeders of the country. The cattle ieeder is inclined to wail until he can form some intelligent opinion as to what the market value of corn will he before he decides to what extent he will...

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

Success Manure Spreader Best Made — for Prices JOHN DEERE PLOWS Molina and Peter Scliuttler Wagon and a full line of all kinds of buggies at reasonable rri'ies. Send us your name and add re; and we will send you a year's subscription free of charge to The I' urrow, one of the most practical farm papers published. Write us about our special payment plan. SEATTLE VEHICLE & IMPLEMENT CO. 2330 Ist Aye Seattle, Wash. FRFF RAAK ABOUT FARM rnCt DUUR TELEPHONES Tells how you can have the Markets, Fire Dept., Doctor, Repair Shop, Genera] Store, etc., practically on your farm by having the wonderful Andrae Farm Tele phone in your house. It is a money maker that may save its cost In a day, and make you rich in a year. Thousands now in use. . Book tolls now put up, their cost, etc., write J. Andrae & Sons, 353 W. Water St., Milwaukee, Wls. sessing pure blood to a greater or a lesser degree should be sold at the same average prices at which scrubs are sold —and they actually permit their...

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

16 i^ .Mf* IrrinAifid Frsiit I atids ■-I :l\r~<-'':^ • ■ "'•*/. '' , %?!_s£* - - »>';M-ivVv^fe Buy Xrrlffated Prult Lands at our new town of AttaUa, Woshlnffton, ." ../2H« • . *-t " SK^fc^ff^C^A^ggpi located in the Columbia River Valley in the western part of Walla Walla fS^ *^%E*3_^l& ' KhL - * County, Washing-ton, opposite the Kennewick irrigation canal, and at the - ■-^ ----- '„< <3&"_B_HH_Gfe*l ' II junction of the Northern Pacific, the Washington & Columbia Biver and ||i^ , ' \^l;S^";|<- S's<- :, JB "^BHKrfr* the Oregon Railway & Navigation Co. Railways, and also at the head of lm^^^^^^^Ki^N||^|^m^^^k'.- L This is one of the richest agricultural districts in the United States. ' !M! i< ' t^lk '* ' •» ** r^-^rC*" X MmaMmfi&SmZS.? and the soil is perfectly adapted to the raisins of berries, fruits aud V'" * ' V.X;?- \ /' "\ r fvfiii_f__ ?\ l^lp^lWr^ vegetables, which ripen earlier than in any other part of the state. - - ~". \«; ; "', || -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 January 1907

-• ■ ' . Vol. XXIV. No. 1. PLANTING THE APPLE ORCHARD THE best site for an orchard in such sections as the Palouse country is a north slope, because the soil is thicker than on the south slopes, and blossoming is delayed enough in the spring often to escape late frosts. In arid regions the level site is the favorite because of the ease of irrigation, though level land is much more apt to be frosty than a hillside, unless it is higher than the surround ing country. Apple trees will grow in almost any kind of soil, unless it be alkali, but tney do their very best on sandy or gravelly loam, which is underlaid by a porous subsoil. Good drainage is a'o solutely essential, and a stiff clay or hard pan within a foot or two of the surface means trouble. In some cases men have succeeded with even that kind of a "layout" by using a stick of dynamite at each place where a tree was to stand, but no one should choose such land for an orchard when it is possible to get any other. An easy way to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 January 1907

2 The Greatest Wage Earner Is money. Nothing earns money as fast as money. Safety is the most important factor in money earning. We offer you the best safe proposition for making your money earn money in paying On Certificates of Deposit and Savings Accounts. Our literature will tell you all about it. Write for free booklet explaining our sys tem of Banking by Mail. Dexter Morton & Co., Bankers Founded 1870. Seattle. Incorporated 1887. Oldest Bank in Washington. Capital stock, fully paid $200,000 Surplus $200,000 Undivided profits $400,000 W. H. L.add President R H. Denny Vice-President N. H. Latlmer Manager M. \V. Peterson Cashier C. E. Btirnside. .. .Assistant Cashier G. F. Clark Assistant Cashier Correspondents in all principal cities of United States, Europe, China, Japan, Hawaiian Islands, Alaska, British Co lumbia and Northwest Territory. Drafts issued direct to Dawson City and sM banking points in Alaska. Collections made on all points on reasonable terms. AGENTS OF BANK ...

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