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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 March 1907

seem to hang back, are long legged, rough feathered, generally poorly look- Ing and often unhealthy. These should be disposed of in some way to the best advantage, as to keep them is only de priving the better stock of the room the latter are needing and should have. No kind of feed or care will make these culls profitable. This is a good time to select the breeding stock for next season as far as possible. In old stock the birds that urop their old coat of feathers and put on their new coat quickly are good stock to keep, as this shows constitu tional vigor. Of course, .t is taken for granted that they have held their color well. In young stock select the ones that develop a good strong frame and show vigorous health, and hold onto them. One poultry raiser says he has noticed among his birds one young fel low, a Plymouth Rock, that has been crowing since he was three months old, something unusual in flocks. If this bird keeps on as he has done in the past he will be one of the bree...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 March 1907

14 THE HOME Prepare Now for the Summer Garden. This is a vt>ry busy month for both th(> farmer and his wife—the former having his Helds to sow and the lattfr her garden to attend to. When theie hrs been mutual planning during the long winter evenings and when all seeds and other necessary things have been pro cured and are ready the work has been very much simplified. No housewife should neglect to have a good, big gar den, from which she can draw the store of delicious vegetables all summer long and late in the season dig and store a supply to last through the entire win ter. Too little attention is paid to these matters by the average farmer and his family, with the Inevitable re sult that there must be large supplies o 1 these goods purchased during the winter —goods that have been canned by some enterprising individual and sold to the stores with the full knowledge that the farmer's family was neglecting to lay in a sufficient supply for its own use. Suppose you make a cha...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 March 1907

WALL MR. FARMER " We have a full line of PAPFR wall paper. Including ■nr li» every up-to-date and at- D V tractive design. If you DI intend to use any wall ..Aii paper, let us send you MAIL our catalog. It's free, T and shows a fine lot of —■—■-■-1 dimples to choose from. When you buy from us Write v" ' not only pet the wme >nte»t designs, the best for Quality for the_ money, Catalog Dw^VSHwrcaaf >^>—< mmmt ' ?tv FREE 906-908 Sprague Are., 1 ■»■-■- . Bpolwne. MALTHOID ROOFING Can be put on by any far mer. It is delivered in solid rolls containing 216 square feet of roofing and the nails, cement, tin caps and full di rections for laying. The only tools needed are a ham mer and a knife. Write for descriptive booklets. THE PARAFFINE PAINT CO. Union Savings Bank Bldg. OAKLAND, : All. Seattle Office: 408 Occidental Aye. W. 1.. BEOA9ES, Manager. L. A. Qreenley, J. Crawford, Jr., M. E. B. S. GREENLEY & CRAWFORD ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS Assayers 104-1-2 Washington St., Portland, ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 March 1907

16 HORTIGULTUR E (Continued from Page Nine.) codling moth by spraying before the blooming of the apples is more than I know. Now this suggests to me that In studying the matter of spraying, we should know what we are to spray for, and the right time to do the work. Hap hazard spraying will not do. Too much of that kind of work has been done and people have quit with disgust. This reminds me of a man in one of the counties of Washington who was ad vised to band his trees as a means of helping to control the codling moth. He did so and reported the experi ment as an absolute failure. He said that he put the bands on in the spring and never took them off till late in the fall. He said that worms were worse that year than they had ever been before. No doubt about that, for he protected the worms by his bands and very naturally they should have been worse. He should have taken the bands off every ten days and killed the worms under them and then he would have lessened the next brood. Som...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 March 1907

LIVE STOCK BEEP PRODUCTION. Alfalfa, Clover Hay and Other Bough are. (Copyright, 1906, by H. W. Mumford.) It is generally known that alfalfa and clover hay are superior roughages for cattle. The writer is inclined to be lieve that the extent of this superiority is not as generally appreciated as it should be, else more alfalfa and clover and less timothy would be grown for feeding purposes. The writer has been unable to find any published data concerning the relative value of alfalfa and clover hay when used with corn for fattening cattle. Cattle feeders who have had experience in feeding both are, however, practically unanimous in their belief that alfalfa is the better roughage of the two. One factor which materially contributes to this fact is that alfalfa contains 11 pounds protein in each 100 pounds hay, while red clover contains only 6.8 pounds. Another fact to be reckoned with is that alfalfa is not as much damaged by storms during the curing process as is clover. . Wheat bra...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 March 1907

18 is fed silage presents a sleek appear ance; his hair is soft and silky, and his hide mellow and soft to the touch. On the other hand, the bull fed otherwise wears a harsh coat of long hair over a stiff hide through the winter months. Now, when it is remembered that the hide and air of a beast are an index to the condition of the inner organs of the body, there is considerable evidence that the digestive tract of the silage-fed bull must necessarily be in better work ing order. This renders the bull more healthful throughout, and the fresh sappy appearance rpsults. Oftentimes bulls are deprived of ex ercise. In this casf silage proves even more advantageous. Two young herd bulls in charge of the writer have re ceived very little food this winter, ex cept about 30 pounds of silage and ten pounds of clover hay per day, and their development has been wonderful. They have remained in excellent condition and are proving satisfactory in the breed ing pen. In fitting bulls for the show p...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 March 1907

tell In his own way a few of his diffi culties and some of the discoveries he made in his research. For decades, he says, a system has been developing In Chicago, entirely unrestricted and unheeded, whereby th€ public is made to ouy trie! r-onsume all the diseased and tainted meat which can be gathered from the 5,000,000 farms and ranches of this country. When I first wcri. to Packlnpt n I found that the system had reached a stage in which the public had b«ym ed ucated to Ignorance—not merely, as to the practices existing, but even to the laws concerning them. I wrote a book to tell the truth about It. The packers tried to bribe me, and to Intimidate me they sent detectives after me and tried to influence my publishers not to bring out the book. They filled the press with lies about me and even sent to news papers to prevent the book's bein re viewed. < And then the president read it and when he began an investigation they started the story that he was investigat ing me, to get m...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 March 1907

20 __ . LAFAYETTE Money STOCK FARM LARGEST IMPORTERS IN AMERICA OF The money which you are saving can be de- *>!%*>#**%■-» RD>lAl£in am | posited in a strong bank like Dexter Horton f^GrGnGrOilp Dt»lgl*lIB «*IIU & Co., Bankers, Seattle, without the slightest G(* Fill $111 GO2IGII StillliOllS trouble, even though you live hundreds of . which no man can dispute miles away. Our depositors are scattered.be- OUB LAST importation in iooe arrived November ib, tween Panama and the Klondike, but are in ' ' ■■ ■ ■■~^- m -~~~~ in^ . , -. ~. .^ : _. constant touch with them through the mail. Deposits can be made or money withdrawn BH H from the bank with perfect safety by letter U SBfil^^M*- ft AH and you have the satisfaction of knowiof that W^Mr^^F JLmB you are banking with a bank having total re- mKK*^L* MM^^ sources of over Ten Million Dollars. Write us *' Mm ■mX about our system of banking by mail, whereby mß'^ ft Mm we pay 4 per cent interest on savings deposits. ffjfl^ * ■^^...

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

THE RANCH . VOL. XXIV. NO. 7. BUR f^H RR O^ IIM^ Ql^44lzv The Largest Exclusive Poultry Concern In State of Wash.n.ton *-* JL9irV.V/O»» IX^I W*f VJtJcVITIC Th« Story ef the Start and Rise of BurcK Bros, is Told on Page 19 —^— — — _ ———_„ ; ; . __ , 1 WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, APRIL 1, 1907. J. Ralph Burch 50c per Year; 5c the Copy. John W. Burch

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

I To Build a Home The new and revised edition of "Beautiful Homes," the ex quisite publication issued by our house, will be an iovaluable aid to the man who intends to build a new home this spring and summer. The first edition of our book was a really beautiful and ar tistic thing. The printer did his work well, the explanations of the plans and designs were clear and lucid and the designs themselves, embodying some of the very best ideas of the most famous architects, as well as being executed on wholly original lines, were the best we have issued for many months. In the present book, however, we have embodied something better than that which we did previously. In the first place it is lighter and handier to use, to mail and to pass around. In the second place we have added a number of designs and cuts, all splendidly made, the cuts made of copper and beautifully etched, and the designs being etchings on zinc printed from the original plates. Our designers and draughtsmen have outs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

Issued First and Fifteenth of Month By The Ranch Publishing Corporation Miller Freeman, Editor and Manager. Associate Editors: P. 1,. Axling " *• "Walden H. 1.. Blanohard Allen * C » RcpreSen Boyc.e Buildia* s. E . ,22£ York RePie^en^ I. Va eu Street Business Office: 325-6 Colman Bldg., Seattle. Publication Office: Wenatchee. Wash. Subscription: In advance, one year, 50 cents; six months 30 cents. Seattle subscriber* 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 is shown on your paper by address label Failing to receive the paper regularity, you shoul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

4 STATE'S AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. Editor Of The Ranch: I road with Interest the query, "Why Support Two UnlversiltlesT" Now, I beg leave tO differ with you. After spending a week at the State College last June 1 cam* to tho conclusion that the State College .should have liberal sup port. If the young men and women I saw in attendance at the college are the children of Pullman and vic inity, tho parents in Pullman are to be congratulated. I think President Roosevelt would go into ecstacies over them. There were 1,379 different per sons enrolled the past year, including those in the winter achool for far mers, 94 5 excluaire of the winter schools, a total of 351 pursuing agri cultural subjects. One hundred and fifty young women studied domestic economy. About 175 women were in attendance. Cost of board in the three dining halls is $2.75 per week. These halls board about one-third of the students. Thirty-five thousand dol lars is spent on the dining halls. There are seven professors in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

OUT IN THE FARMING DISTRICTS THE ACTUAL, REAL WEALTH OF THE STATE IS PRODUCED. If you are one of those that seek a change of place; if it is wants? That's our business. We have specialized on that, your desire either to buy or sell a piece of property you will We KNOW it, and all of our system, all of our equipment, all find that the quickest, best, most profitable method is to com- of our expert knowledge is at your service. Here are two de municate directly with our firm. We have a thousand list- scriptions. Price and soil are guaranteed. Write us a postal ings. From among them all we can pick something that will card telling us what you want if these do not suit. We will suit you, both as to price, character and location. You employ care for your needs as though they were our own. If you wish a lawyer to draw your deeds, a doctor to care for your ills and to sell your farm, if for any reason you desire to make a change a minister to provide you with spiritual consolation. Why cut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

6 HORTICULTURE By F. WALDEIN The following inquiry comes from one of the valued patrons of The Ranch: "Please tell us through the medium of The Ranch as to the keeping proper ties of the Wagener apple, also its com mercial value. We hear some praising it, while others condemn it as a keeper and claim for it a value only for cider and canning purposes. We hear of a few orchardists who are planting this apple, while we know of others who have trees just in bearing who expect to top-graft them to Winesap." I know nothing better to offer in an swer to the above inquiries than to quote from "Apples of New York," which I consider the best book ever published in giving correct views con cerning the apple: "Wagener at its best is an apple of superior excellence. The color is a beautiful bright red with some contrasting pale yellow; it has fine texture, high flavor and excellent quality. It is very desirable for culin ary uses, but is especially esteemed for dessert. It is in season about wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

ber, 1906, states: "There are 17 or eanized and incorporated companies in the United States which are growing the Spencer Seedless apple for distribu tion in 36 states. There will be prac tically two and one-half millions of these trees on the market next year at $2 Der tree. We intend to sell them in blocks of 5, 10. 15 and 20 trees." The home company sells bud stocks to tne subsidiary companies and also «»e «£ pies for agents to exhibit. The Spen cer Seedless apple is a beautiful grow er in the nursery. It costs no more to raise it than the Ben Davis. For this reason and others, some People' Object to paying $2 per tree. The company has had a general office in Orand June tion, but I was told that it had been A Fa^rm And $100 Profit In 150 Da.ys This is a bona fide statement of one man's experience on our "logged off" lands in Sno homish County. We mean that he had return ed to him the price of his 40 acres at $20 per acre and $120 profit in just 150 days. There are a few more chan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

8 When the mixture Is properly emulsi fied it will appear like cream. When you wish to use the emulsion dilute it with 12 to -0 parts of water to on* of the emulsion. Another way to make kerosene emulsion is to use one gallon of sour milk to two gallons of kero sene. This need not be heated but merely stirred thoroughly as in making the soap emulsion. Dilut3 in the same manner. The milk-keropene emulsion will not keep long but should be used the same day it Is prepared. The soap kerosene emulsion will keep Indefi nitely. * In applying the emulsion be sure to reach all the insects on the leave 3 for only those covered with the mixture will be killed. As the leaves often curl up as the result of the attacks of the insects, it Is sometimes difficult to cover all of them. The green aphis winters over on the limbs of the ap ple trees in the egg stage, which can often be seen in great numbers along the young thrifty twigs. One way to get rid of these eggs is to rub the limbs thoroughly wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

ANNOUNCEMENT o^mr\\\'\ BANK for Savings in Seattle /^ is the new idea of more than a y f. score of the most responsible men of this, the largest city in the State of Washington. These men are enormously interested in the upbuilding of the entire commonwealth. They are men of large affairs. And their own welfare is best cared for through the betterment of each and every town, vil lage and hamlet throughout the entire Northwest. The Bank for Savings in Seattle has been organized with a capital of $400,000, almost a half million of money. This great sum has been paid in by our stock holders as a nucleus around which to gather other funds for safe investment in dividend-paying securities. The Bank for Savings in Seattle is very much interested in the development of this state, in the development of every city, town, village, hamlet and farm in it. The growth of these, and each of these, is to our greatest interest. The Bank for Savings in Seattle O. H. P. La FARGE, Secretary. First Aye....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

10 THE DAIRY BEADY CASH IN DAIRYING. Does it pay to keep a dairy farm, and if so, why? This is a question It would be well for every farmer in this section of the country to take under consideration at this time of the year, especially when so many of the farm ers in this state have for so many years devoted themselves to the rais ing of crops and fruit without making any material headway in the matter of Income, says a writer in the Chehalia Bee-Nugget. There are so many things to be taken under advisement in studying the question that it can hardly be gone into superficially in this article and the farmer must think out the details of the question for himself. That the dairy farming department of agricul ture is recognized all over the world as a staple and profitable Duslness for the farmer is evidenced by the fact that the government of every civilized coun try has devoted much time and money to working out details of the dairying industry in order that the farmer may be spared ...

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

I QUALITY I COUNTS |1 Therefore it is to your in- E] KJ terest to buy your . gj I Alfalfa, Clover 1 I Grass, Garden I !fs and if I Field Seeds, I Etc £s, of us. Our new 1907 Seed BM Annual, just off the press; , m send for it; it's free. i Northwest Agents H For Cyphers If Incubators W A full and complete line urn of Poultry and Stock 555 Foods, Spraying Materials, { SB etc., always on band. Does This Mean You? The average stump or. 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 snags, and not lit for tha plow. "What is your time worth? At the rate of wages which you can earn, can you afford to spend $3.00 to $10.00 each per stump to try digging them out? The Giant Powder Co. Con., San Francisco, was the first company in U. S. to start making high explosives for all purposes, and for 40 years or more the original brands of the Giant Powder Co. Con., and their products have ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

12 "Young people may have many friends, but none so steadfast, so ready to re spond to their wants, so ca pable of pushing them ahead in the world, as a little ac count book with the name of a good bank printed on the cover." —JOHN JACOB ASTOR. Acquire the friendship of a little savings account book now. One dollar will open an account with this com pany. Write us about It to day. SMALL SAVINGS GROW INTO X.ABOE ACCOUNTS When placed with our Savings De partment at 4 per cent, interest, pay able twice annually. You can do Banking by Mail as easily as in person when you do your banking with our bank. PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK Commercial, Saving and Trust General Banking and Exchange , COB. SECOND AYE. AXTD PIKE ST. SEATTLE, WASH. Dexter Horton &Co., Bankers Founded 1870, Seattle. Incorporated, 1887 Oldest Bank in Washington. Capital stock, surplus and/ nnn Iftft nn undivided profits i $1,000,300.00 W. H. Ladd President R. H. Denny Vice President N. H. Latimer Manager M. W. Peterson Cash...

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