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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 February 1907

families, besides our own, butter, milk and cream and also sell some cream all the year. We get 25 cents a pound for our butter and 25 cents a quart, or 15 cents a pint for cream. A silo can be built in several ways, but the cheapest, and a very good way, according to Prof. A. L. Haecker, is to build it out of staves in the form of a tank. It should be at least thirty feet high and from twelve to eighteen feet in diameter. The staves may be 2x6s, twelve and six-teen feet long, and the hoops three-quarter-inch iron rods, bound around and screwed togethei on the ends, or they may be of the strap iron pattern. These hoops should be two or three feet apart at the bot tom and widened as they near the top, according to the pressure of the silo. A good silo may be constructed under ground by simply digging a Jarge cavity like a well and depending upon the stiffness of the clay or soil to give the necessary wall structure. We do not believe this as good a method as the tank structure, as it...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 February 1907

10 BREEDERS' CARDS Two Cents a Word Each Insertion. Special Bate by the Tear. FOB SALE Mammoth Bronze Toms, reasonable. "W. J. Duffy, Sunnyside, Wash. COLUMBIAN WTANDOTTES— Seven trios, $6 up: 13 eggs, $1.50. Barred Plymouth Rocks. 13 eggs, $1.50. J. H. Walker, North Baker St., Albany, Ore. 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. 36th St., Tacoma, Wash. BRONZE TURKEYS, Toulouse Geese, Pekin and Rouen Ducks, Pearl Guin eas, Barred Rocks, White Leghorns, White and S. L. Wyandottes, Orping tons, Javas and Dorkings. Catalog free. W. D. Good, Mt. Vernon, Wash. GET THE BEST White Wyandotts and White Leg horns—the two best breeds on earth. Stock for sale in lots to suit. WM. McCABE, Fairfleld, Wash. STOCK FOR. SALE Of my bred-to-lay, as well as for the show, strains of Barred Plymouth Rocks, White Plymouth Rocks, White Wyandottes, and my unparalleled strain of Black Minorcas. A few more old and...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 February 1907

,_,.,, MR. FARMER : A WALL We have just received our line of fall samples PAPFD of wall paper. This line rAILn includes every up-to-date ! and attractive design in ny wall papers. If you in ..Dl.. tend to use any wall paper this fall let us send Vl\ll you our catalogue. It's ITIMIL. free, and 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 est designs, the best *.»i.. quality for the money, Catalogue but you pay less. Write Dept. A for ca talon:. ' V. R. BBYDI.E, rprr THE PAINT and WALL PAPFR MAN -tie.— got -908 Sprapue Aye.. Spokane Stump and Tree Pullers Self-anchoring and Stump- m anchored. Something new. _&• Powerful, Pull an ordinary stump in 1,4; ff ||andy mlnntrs. Ito6 .__*— aif lianuj> acres at a get- «__^^^r_» Low (Ing-. Different |~^ Mntr ■» 1 -■ eir-cB to suit § ma. rriCCCI. all kinds of «E____kf__£___s^_. cioaringx. For Illustrated T_BS_____r^ J*—m_-_» catalog address | H j^te—___; _JA ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 February 1907

12 FAILURE OF CROPS Is tilvvays a serious possibility in the life of a farmer. A Cer tificate of Deposit with this company will provide against this contingency as it will en able you to meet your expendi tures In times of privation. BANKING BY MAIL Please send for our free book let explaining our system of Banking by Mail. On such { certificates we pay interest at ; from 2% to 4% per annum, ac cording to time. ' SMALL SAVINGS GROW IJTTO LARGE ACCOUNTS When placed with our Savings De . partment at 4 per cent. Interest, pay able twice annually. You . can do your Banking by Mail as easily as in person when you deal with our bank. Peoples Savings Bank Commercial, Savings and Trust Genaral Banking and Exchange COB. SECOND ATE. AND FIXE ST. SEATTLE, WASH. 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. Ladd President R. H. Denny Vice-President N. H. L...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 February 1907

liquid until it is practically at the point of dissolution, hat no more place at his table than has the "cream toast," so called, of the ordinary res taurant, in which anything but a nu tritious mixture of flour and water is often compelled to play the role of St. Helens Hall PORTLAND, OREGON A Girls^chool OF THE Highest Class Pupils may enter at any time Corps of Teachers, Location, Build ing, Equipment THE BEST WRITE FOR CATALOGUE SCHOOL TERM OPENS SEPT. I7tb, 1906 4 thand Pike, Seattle We positively guarantee to place you in A GOOD POSITION In less time than any other school in the city. Why not take the beat? Especially when you can have it for less. Write for information. ERNEST LEO, Principal JPW "I A Boarding and Day ; tij I School for Young- Mas. i^K If Duly accredited to Stan / k'\lß ford, Amherst, University Kla Ml of Oregon, Oregon Agri ■ \/r^ lIL cultural College, and NST \ £/ others. Pall term now J& M I open. Most up-to-date and /M\ .JUV satisfactory academy in MUr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 February 1907

14 LIVE STOCK How to Dip the Sheep. A dip vat is as essential upon a sheep farm as a shed for shelter. It need not be an elaborate arrange ment, nor costly. There is only re quired a narrow dip tank which may be built of galvanized iron, of wood, or preferably of concrete, deep enough so that the sheep may go clear in. head and all, and long enough so that it may walk out on an incline without being lifted out, and narrow enough •so that it cannot turn around without going through. A width of 6 inches is ample for the bottom, and 16 inches will suffice for the top, a length in the bottom of 4 feet with an incline extending up a gradual slope for 8 feet and a total depth of 4 feet will answer very well, although a little greater depth will prevent some splashing. This dipping tank should be set in the ground so that it will be nearly flush with the surface, and at the exit there must be constructed a small drain pen with a tight floor, whence the drippings will drain back into the ta...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 February 1907

success Manure Spreader Best Made —Write for Prices JOHN DEERE PLOWS Moline and Fetor Schuttler Wagon and a full line of all kinds of buggies at reasonable prices. Send us your name and address and we will send you a year* subscription free of charge to The Furrow, one of the most practical farm papers published. Write us about our special payment plan. SEATTLE VEHICLE & IMPLEMENT CO. 3330 Ist Aye Seattle, Wash. tnat is usually received for them, such lambs are more profitable than the lat er ones. When lambs are sold, there is just as much more room and pasture for the rest of the flock. A third ad vantage is the greater freedom from disease that the earlier lambs enjoy. This is not always true, but it is in a good many instances. Sheepmen do not need to be told that one of the greatest difficulties connected with the Duroc Jersey Hogs Young or okl -/y. .v$ B^ stock, either sex, ■■^^•iVVmB^- for sale- Bred from Jhlssmff*?:2k%~ best strains and tB li^™w prize winning --■bH^^Bßß*...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 February 1907

16 MORSE SEEDS SPROUT IT IFA U C \A/HFAI T-"dN"-d"iht"" II l/LL/iliO MilL/il Ji m £)■ I Ts% THE SPOKANE JLCJLJIJLCjL JBE i;' JL FANNING MILL from the best Utah alfalfa section—clean and free from dodder and weed <=^S Wp^N? ■'',).'''A* ' f gSmMlMlßlß^Ujfefe Does more; it separates seeds. Abo Turkestan alfalfa—recommended by the U. S. Department of gr^= : . 'iKn[g-pt? f ■JlitiSpP'j!!. wild oats, cockle seeds and Agriculture for dry land. Samples and prices of both, on request. If >&, [JJ^^^fe I^^^^^^^^^^T^ dirt from wheat. It runs interested in Clover and Grass Seeds, and Onion Sets, write us. \ f $ 3^B**?* &S§^^ißiß^'B* 11-f] easier, lasts longer and ac __ ,_ _^— — , , , -•-»• Tjil • 11/ 11 ! —.--ssan complishes more work than Seed Catalogue :; v r d£S SL"S I3flP S rTH™ y™ur rsr. addresses-for copies free. jiP; |g^ i I ||g ;^M| wages; ls a se if-sacker and lUUJ^— *"* I ■ . " "< Y'O is designed especially for 178 Clay St. C. C. MORSE CSL CO. San Francisco j WgHSW the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

THE RANCH . Vol. XXIV. No. 4. PLANTING THE WALNUT E^JiJSS IN regard to the letter of J. F. Bryan, of Portage, referred to me for answer, I take it for granted that Mr. Bryan has the right kind of soil, to start with; that is, a deep sandy loam, with no tenacious subsoil. If he has not, his first care should be to make it so. Any mod erate^ rich, land, hill, 'bottom or bench land, is good for walnuts, but It must be deep; that is, there must be no hard subsoil that will prevent the. top root from going down. Right here let me impress it upon the would-be planter that the roots of the walnuts are by far the greatest part of the tree and the tap < root will go down much farther than the top will reach up, and the subsoil must be such that it will not interfere with its penetra tion deep into the earth. Therefore, if your subsoil is compact, first dig the hole where the tree is to be plant ed, then take a steel bar, an augur or anything to punch a hole down, and don't be afraid it wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

2 SOW WESTERN SEEDS IN WESTERN SOIL ™ii™ D lES New Friends for LILLY 1 fILLV*^ Vegetable lUjyLit seeds are ICCLRSIf grown on and adapted to this coast. These 10 va rieties are the aristo crats of the kitchen garden. They repre sent the acme of Lilly effort, the result of years of careful seed •election and cultiva tion. This Special Offer gives yon $1.50 In these seeds for $1. Read the descriptions, all of which are care fully and conservative ly made. Living up to the catalogue descrip tion Is what has built op the reputation of Lilly's Best Seeds. ■ PUGET SOUND SPECIAL TO MATO. This miniature, from a photograph, gives you an idea how the tomato produces. Is an early dwarf, stands free from the ground, with hard, firm, round stalks. Yields large clusters of round, firm, luscious fruit, beautiful rloh color, free from blemish, stands shipment splen didly. A three-season leader; popular every where. Perfected by us on our experiment grounds at Brighton Beach, and can be ob tained sol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

Issued First and Fifteenth of Month By The Ranch Publishing Corporation Miller rreeinan. Editor wad Manager. Associate Editors: F. L. Axllug 1 * 7. Walden H. 1.. Blanchard Chicago Representatives: Allen fc Ward, Boyca Building New York Representative: S. E. Leith 150 Nassau Street Offloe: 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 1* shown on your paper by address label containing your name. , Failing to receive the paper regularl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

4 HORTICULTURE F. WALDEN The up to date fruit grower must spray, but he must spray intelligently. In order to do this he must know something of the nature of the in sects or the fungi whose ravages he is trying to coun- teract. He must know the right time to spray for each infection; he must know how to pre pare his material and how to apply it. Far too many fail in some of these points and the result is total or partial failure in controlling the infection. Some diseases are amenable 'to spray ing and some are not. Some insects will eat the poison and some do not eat anything. All these things a fruit grower ought to know and then his efforts will be directed with intelli gence. * * * The spraying that is just ahead of us is for the San Jos.; scale, the oyster TREgi True t»o Name Four Nurseries, 1200 acres—Largest on the coast. Everything in fruit and ornamental trees, shrubs, roses and grapevines. Burbank's four new creations. Royal and Paradox wal nuts, the Santa Rosa and Rutland...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

alone. There ia no secret in preparing the lin.e-sulphur wash, and it is not a complicated and difficult thing to do. • ♦ • Another question that worries some people is the supposed danger of tak ing the skin off your hands and losing your eyes. That is all tommy rot. Our men spray right along each spring; or as often as we need it, and no kicks come from them. It is not clean busi ness—and that is true of many other jobs on the farm, but there is no dan ger of bodily harm. Men should wear old clothes and not try to spray against the wind and no great inconvenience will be experienced. * * * The spraying material having been properly prepared, the next important step is to apply it properly. A good spray pump is necessary and there are many of them. We have used the Po mona, the Deming, the Bean and the Myers pump. They are all good and if we were to express any preference it would probably be in faver of the Dem ing. No firm now can afford to put a really poor pump on the market wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

6 Will HpnrV Milllp 1745 Filbert Street 111. nenry lIIdUIC Philadelphia. Pa._ I quality"! I COUNTS I D Therefore it is to your in- B ■ terest to buy your fl I Alfalfa, Clover I I Grass Garden I I AND 1 I Field Seeds, I ||! of us. Our new 1907 fl |gj Seed Annual, just off the 9 a| press, send for it; it's free. fl M Northwest Agents For 1 I Cyphers Incubators i JH A full and complete line X IS of Poultry and Stock H li Foods, Spraying Materials, 9 M etc., always on hand. fl Rubber Stamps Stencils, Enamel and Aluminum Letters, Badges, Numbering Machines, Notary and Corporate Seals, etc. Send for catalog No. 25. Absolutely eastern prices. P. C. Stamp Works, Baker Bide 2nd Aye. S. and Main St.. Seattle. I FATBff DRAWING UKflkßj^^U^^Kaj^l I rATBd ORAWINO UHLfl^AJ^2Uw^V^p4 ■ iiyiit I■' —w*\*.*M B r^tjH I aJw! l*n»lnl^s\ lM»lyfl*bl 4»j IKSQO iS.^Jir^j^i^BTl'jffl 205-7 Mutual Life Bldg., Seattle, Wasii. 703 First Aye., Seattle, Wash. DR. THOMPSON'S Kola Tablets for Men Make life worth livin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

IRRIGATION This department is open to contribu tions from any one interested In irriga tion. Make your articles as brief and •nnslse as possible and be careful to rive facts and figures. Every day "the small farm well tilled" is becoming more popular. The query is made as to why a man should worry along with the care of 500 acres, when he can make as much money, and often more, and live a much easier life on twenty or forty acres of irri gated land. One of the bulletins that every Irri gation farmer should have, whether he be a beginner in irrigation or not, is farmers' bulletin No. 2(53, just issued by the department of agriculture and copies of which may be had by address ing the department at Washington, D. C. This bulletin gives directions as to the selection of an irrigation farm, the construction of farm ditches, the pre paration of land for irrigation, apply ing water by different methods and to different crops, and the quantities of water to apply at single irrigations and f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

8 THE DAIRY Number of Cows to Start Creamery. From Summit. Benl'on county, Ore gon, conn's an inquiry as to the num ber of average dairy cows that should be secured before it is advisable or profitable to start a creamery in the community. The writer says that in his locality there is a good opening for a wideawake creamery man. and he is making inquiries as to the prospects for having one established and made a success. The inquiry to The Ranch was submitted to three or four experi enced creamery operators, with the re quest that they favor Ul with such in formation as would cover the question and be a means of assisting our Ore gon correspondent. Mr. D. S. Troy, president of the Washington Dairy men's association and now a member of the lower house of the state legis lature, is among those who were asked for information. Mr. Troy is manager of the Glendale creameries in Jeffer son and Clallam counties and his ex perience makes him peculiarly fitted to give our readers such importa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

ii/Aii MR. FARMER WALL We have just received our line of fall samples da DPI) of wall paper. This line r/%1 Lit includes every up-to-date and attractive design in V wall papers. If you in ..Dl.. tend to use any wall paper this fall let us send MAII you our catalogue. Its ITI^IL free> and hows a nne _______ lot of samples of wall papers to choose from. WRITE When you buy from us you not only get the lat- FOR est designs, the best , quality for the money, Catalogue but you pay less. Write ■'■•"*' Dept. A for cataloe. P. B. BBTDIiI, rnrr THE PAINT andKM.I PAPfR MAN I- If C. c 90e.9Q8 Snraquc Aye.. Spokane Stump and Tree Pullers Self-anchoring and Stump- m anchored. Something • now. Jyo Powerful, lull an ordinary stump in l,m m Handy minutes. Ito6 'f ■■■iiujf arres at a set- m^^^^^m^W LOW tlnsr. Different |^^ ■ iu^vr L DnlAait fixes to suit f_ £T\Jdßtt*^ rIMCOa. all kinds of gsc» clearings. '"SiE*™^^s-B y For Illustrated IHBBsBm^ J^—-,jm catalog address MJ O*—lihi^^W — Milne Mfg. Co ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

10 BREEDERS' CARDS Two Cents a Word Each Insertion. Special Sate by the Tear. rOS SALE —Mammoth Bronze Toms, reasonable. W. J. Duffy, Sunnyside, Wash. EGGS for hatching from pure blood BaiT6d Plymouth Rocks and Indian Runner Ducks—sl.so per Betting Of IH. E. B. Fowler, Shaw Island, Wash. DUCK EGGS-Indian Kunnor, Imperial Tekin, Buff Orphington and White Leghorn chicken eggs. Catalogue for stamp. F. A. Cowell, Lakcbay, Wash. WHITE PLYMOUTH SOCKS — The great utility breed. There are none bettor than my strains. Eggs only $1.50 setting. Robert S. Doublcday, Ballow, Wash. CATALOGUE TREE of the best Brown, White and Buff Leghorns, Black Mi norcas, B. P. Rocks and Buff Cochin Bantams. Fred A. Johnson, 618 S. 35th St., Tacoma. Wash. BRONZE TURKEYS, Toulouse Geese, Pekin and Rouen Ducks, Pearl Guin eas, Barred Rocks, White Leghorns, White and S. L. Wyandottes, Orping tons, Javas and Dorkings. Catalog free. W. D. Good, Mt. Vernon, Wash. GET THE BEST White Wyandotts and White Leg horns —the t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

tion at 2516 James street. Bellingham. to a new place situated right on the main road to Lynden, at the edge of the city of Bellingharn. Here he has fixed up yards that will enable him to handle his business in much better shape than before. Parties wishing to see Mr. Giese will have no difficulty in finding him. if they get on the Lyn den road, which is rural route No. 1 out of Bellingham. One male to from twelve to fifteen females is considered about the right number, but some raisers have more females to each male. Much depends on the stamina and vigor of the male. "When feeding clover to the chickens cut it into half-inch lengths and just, give it to them. They will eat it with out any other mixture in it and relish it. Do not begin to feed green bone to little chickens too early. When they are about two weeks old this feed may be started. Save the droppings in the chicken houses and apply them on the plat for the garden this spring. Our poultry friends will see in these columns...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 February 1907

12 "No boy ever became great as a man who did not in his youth learn to save money." —John Wanamaker. Acquire the savings habit now by opening a Savings Ac count with this company. You ' can do this by mail. SMALL SAVINGS GROW INTO LARGE ACCOUNTS When placed with our Savings De partment at 4 per cent. interest, pay able twice annually. You can do your Banking by Mail as easily as in person when you deal with our bank. Peoples Savings Bank Commercial, Savings and Trust Genaral Banking and Exchange COS. SECOND ATE. AND FIXE ST. SEATTLE, WASH. Dexter Horton & 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. Ladd President R. H. Denny Vice-President N. H. Latimer Manager M. W. Peterson Cashier C. E. Burnslde... .Assistant Cashier G. F. Clark Assistant Cashier Correspondents In all principal cities of United States, Europe, China, Japan. Hawaiian Islands, Alaska, Brit...

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