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

We Sell Farms And also have a full line of Farm Implements. John Deere Plows, Har rows, Cultivators, Discs, Seeders, Drills, Etc. Mollne and Peter Schnttler Wagon* And the best up-to-date line of Bug gies in Seattle. We are located in the low rent district in Seattle, there fore can sell Good Goods at the Right Price. Come and see us. Seattle Vehicle & Implement Co 2320 Plr«t Aye., Seattle, Wash. Quality is remembered long after price is forgotten. ■poor™ Quality «poor» hseedW iV"«*-"»j nfcROPsB Grass Seeds I AT WHOLESALE I Direct to the Consumer I Write for prices before buy- I ing:, no matter how large or I how small your order may H be, stating just what you will B want. Write now before the I best has been all contracted I for. We want a little time to I fill each order carefully and I properly, and will do our ut- I most to please you. fi [■"Ibutzer'sPl m°?m seed STORE I* 0™! ■SEEOH IBS FRONT ST. ■CROPST| ■. PORTLAND. ORE. J| Tread well Spitzenberg The only Spitzenberg that...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

14 THE HOME THE UNLOOKED FOB GUESTS. There is a certain time when the housewife is worried and dismayed and has to hide both these emotions, and that is when unexpected company comes. Often guests arrive after the midday meal, and the pantry is 'bare." However, if a little forethought is used, and certain things kept on hand in a convenient place, the housewife need not be troubled, for it will not take her long to get up a palatable meal. Of course it is not to be ex pected that you furnish uninvited guests a banquet, or even a regular dinner, and why should you? It is well enough to do so if you have two or three servants to do your bidding, but we who depend upon our own two hands to do everything in the culinary line cannot do so. Instead get a quick but substantial lunch for them. Above all, do not show any worry or haste, and if you will keep the following articles of food in your pantry or cupboard you will be able to get them a meal willingly and quickly and have plenty of t...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

Sixty Dollars—s6o—in Gold for a Cook ing Recipe Our firm has decided to spend sixty dollars ($60.00) in gold with the farmers' wives who will send to us the best cooking recipes that will be passed upon by a jury of the best cooks in Seattle. This is merely an announcement to set forth the opening of this contest. Our jury is being selected and the jury will be elected before another issue of The Ranch goes to its readers. We want every woman, we want Every Farmer's Wife To take part in this contest. There is no fee. You simply write your recipe and, after pinning a coupon, taken from the package containing any Crescent product, to the first page of it, you send it to the address below. It will be carefully examined, tested, tried and passed upon. Remember that you send no money. fUTou Must Not Send One Cent This is not a money-making plan. There is no condition. You may send as many receipes as you please. These few rules you must observe. You must be able to state truthfully that ...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

16 810 COLLECTION OP HORSES. One of the most Important develop ments in the growth of the stock and cattle industry of the Northwest has just transpired In the selection of Seattle as the extreme western branch of the great horse business of J. Crouch & Son, of Lafayette, Ind. This great firm Is one of the best known In the United States, and Is very well known In the ranches of the Northwest through their extensive advertising In this periodical. Until a few weeks ago the western barns of this company were located at Portland, where they were soon after the horse show held there in 1905. Because of the more favor able location in Seattle, and because of the great demand for high class stock in Washington, as well as more favor- able freight arrangements, the barns were removed to Seattle during the last two months, and the business of the western branch is now thoroughly established. Mr. W. B. Linn, who has been con nected with the firm over ten years, is western manager, and h...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

i ■ ■ , , *■ ____ ■■ JH/ AY AY A)^^^ BW ~ B^^^^^B^^^k aV^ ■ JV^^H I'■ ■ vW ■ AT 1^ •^^bb The Market Edition of The Ranch will be I * m^^* 4"^B1 lull to the brim with interesting pictures- pic- I B lures ol the irrigated lands of the west, pic- I A \ * *^W tures of Chibe heavy with their weight of fruit 1 tf» / %J If There will be pictures of the great Market Cen- I ** MKW "J *IbW of Chicago, Minneapolis, St Paul, Seattle, bWKbT A M V yJIII Portland, Tacom a and Spokane. There will be fM& ..J M A pictures of the men who conduct the great busi- W^™*P^™lß'BW" m#^^\ a*. ■**■! "^ ness of distributors in provisions to His Majesty, I^bY Vm the American citizen. There will be, too, the \ • %ÜBWbV BbYbV most exhaustive papers on the best method of b¥t^^P™^^^^««^^^ *.^^#^^^B^BB marketing fruit, papers on labeling, wrapping, A., .«U^T J|| "M packing and a thorough review of every depart- . • JRHkilWr^Ol MllH jB ment contained in The Ranch. Men who know «V P^^VKl will contribute papers on t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

The Market Number of TKe R.Bll\cK /JS^k And you want a copy of The Market Number free, do «Vm fpwi >rou? \Ptf Well, here's the way to get it: . **£& mjftSftßfc You must be certain that your subscription is paid one WS^vtiSr fjyjß^ year in advance. lE)^ Not one cent more. ♦2^S)ys* Nothing extra. /£&& fjust look on the wrapper; find out your arrearage, as it Lm^SiM^l is shown there. ' ' WfM And then send to us money enough to settle that ar- VmiiM^ reage and pay your subscription in advance. i(t Isn't that easy? [I Well, here's the way in detail: i Your wrapper, we'll say, for the sake of an example, i reads: .^Ail4i Jones, Martin, iapros From the first day of April, 1905, to the same date in 1906 is one fifty cent piece. To the same date in 1907 is another fifty cent piece. And then to pay in advance for one year is another fifty cent piece. You then send us one dollar and fifty cents. That pays your subscription to April first, 1908, and you get this splendid book fre...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

IRRIGATION PUMPING FOB SMALL IRRIGATION Fifty million dollars is the amount of money likely to be expended for Irriga tion projects this year. Much of this is government money, considerable repre sents eastern capital, and some is sup plied by moneyed men of the various communities that are to be benefited. But not a dollar of these vast sums ex pended year by year in the work of re claiming arid land Is thought to be thrown away or spent In the in terests of philanthropy. The farmers, ultimately, ray the bills, even to the last dollar, and probably, a very sub stantial profit besides to the various private promoters. But the farmer does not object to this, because he, indeed, may be, and usually Is, the greater gainer. And these im mense ditch and reservoir propositions, while projected on purely business lines, really assume a phase that may prop erly be considered beneflclent and philanthropic. However, there are hundreds of thou sands of acres that can be reclaimed by the farmer...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

18 Bla^nchaa"d on the Incviba^tor for Hatching J. W. Malb, of Peach, Wash., recently ordered a copy of Blanchard's Poultry Book and after reading it wrote the editor of The Ranch: "I would like Mr. Blanchard to give his reason for not using the Incu bator, and what kind he would use If he used any at all. What breed of chickens does he think Is the best to raise for an "all-around fowl, or If one used more than one breed what are the best two or three breeds?" Mr. Blanchard goes Into the matter at some length, as follows: The poultry book referred to in the above Inquiry was written several years ago and before artificial hatching had become so general as it is to day. The writer having achieved quite a remarkable sucess with poultry, under the natural method of hatch- Ing and brooding the chicks and in the manner described In his book, was slow to abandon such method and adopt in its stead the incu bator and brooder system. Among the reasons why we were loth to make the change were...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

mediately eaten. It is always an ad vantage to pen birds and feed them about a week before killing for home use or market. DEFECTS IN THE POULTRY. When buying pure-bred fowls for improvement one need not mind cer tain defects, provided the birds are healthy and vigorous, as all defects are not transmitted to their progeny. When the comb is torn or frosted, or the bird is injured in any way acciden tally, it does not destroy the quality of the stock for breeding purposes, unless, of course, the birds are disabled en tirely. An injured or frosted comb will not grow again, but new feathers will appear on the body when molting takes place. Any defect, however, ihat Is inherited, or appears voluntarily, such as lopped combs, crooked back, wrong feathers in plumage, etc., may be transmitted to the next generation. Minor defects may be overlooked, but defects that are indications of the im purity of the breed should not be al lowed. Feathers on the legs of Ply mouth Rocks, Wyandottes, Legh...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

20 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ,— .-—. , ««r a *r» L ¥— ia^'-i v^,v--.v^. v*? v*7 Njo Ton can «ell what you have or tret what yon want TWO Cents a Word Each Insertion with a classified advertisement on this page. Try it pniTTTnv ■n-a-nv-nvit.fi I ■—---■■--------■ ————-----------| BEST home-bred registered Percheron rOXnLTBrX BBBEDEBB. and English shlro stallions at $250 a^EsUSLQ What Classified Advertising Will Do SflggSElli* Wash- Do you appreciate the value of classified advertising? Have you ever the West, $16,000; also 820 acres ■Train WANTED —Grown chickens—3oo Barred tried to secure buyers for your surplus stock through the medium of a and stock land at $16 per acre; will di- Plymouth Rocks; 300 Black Mlnorcas. few words in these columns? If you have, you found the replies came vide. Terms. Box 57, enterprise, ore. Apply to Pete Jamieson, 201 First Aye- i n in good numbers and it cost you but a few cents each reply to secure for sale HARNESS We manufac nue South, Seattle. the names...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

VALUE OP BABNTABD MANURE. (Contributed.) Prof. Henry Snyder, of the depart ment of agriculture at the university of Minnesota, says it has been con sidered by many competent authorities that barnyard manure properly handled will yield the farmer $3.00 per ton. When a dressing of eight tons of manure is applied to the acre, an in crease of twenty bushels of corn is secured the first year. He says: "We have secured this much and more in our experiments." It is not difficult to assign a price to the corn. In addition to the increase of the twenty bushels of corn, more corn stover is secured, which can be used for feed, and thus turned into manure and made to add to the fertility of the soil. It is safe to say that the increase in the corn crop alone is $6.00 per acre. The value of manure does not stop with the first year. If following the corn the second year, after the application of the manure, wheat be sown, an increase of at least eight bushels of wheat per acre will be secured. Th...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

22 LIVE STOCK BEEF PRODUCTION. rattening Cattle on Grata. (Copyrighted, 1906, by H. W. Mumford.) To. ndvise what is good practice In fattening cattle on grass one must know whether or not the cattle feeder wishes to sell "grass-fat" or corn-fed cattle, at what time the cattle are to be marketed, and in what way they have been wintered. To get satisfactory results from fat tening cattle on grass alone, the cattle used should be wintered very largely on roughage, for, if they have acquired the habit of depending very largely upon a highly concentrated or grain ration for their nourishment they will shrink heavily when grain is withheld. If, however, cattle are to be fleshy enough to sell for killing purposes they must be in good, thrifty and even fleshy con dition. Cattle so conditioned for the ft ssffi^ts.- 1 \ :ZH«i of a kea;Wr one tiling r 8 **£££****"** \ D\iroc Jersey Hogs Young or old ilii|^£PlHrak. stock, either sex, A' *0F Balft Bred *roln ' /^g^mjWli^f^BffL best strains and *...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

Horse Owners! Use OOMBAULT'S <m|p Caustic lEfe balsam r^3^^HS"B^ A Baft, ipwlj, ul P»slMt. Car* The safest, Best HMSTRB ever «sed. Take* the place of all llnaments for mild or severe action. lUmovos all Bunchna or Blemishes from Horses MdO»tt£k BDPBBSKDBS ALL CAUTKBV OB FIHINO. impouiNe to produce mr Mtmlcft Every bottle sold it warranted to give satisfaction Price 81. per bottle. Bold by drontsts, or lent by express; ohßrges paid, with Mil directions for Its use. send for descriptive circulars. ]THK LAWREXCB-WILLIAMa CO.. Cleveland. O. jff^p^ Is it Purina Chick Food? dOHUBj It must be, it looks so SkCß^ml clean and nice. I'm a D-flsT^ r\ Checkerboard Chick. See pJ(n^2^^ my ad on page 16. HB The three essentials of the best I ■■ farm wagons are: |9 —The toughest wood stock thor- I I oughly air seasoned. B mm —Proper construction and ironing: I 88. to give the greatest possible strength. I H —Light running qualities for the ■ 88. longest possible time. |B| H * * * ' EH 99 This des...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 April 1907

24 BANKING LAFAYETTE rvmaii STOCK FARM JLJP M, Am /"A Mi m^jt LARGEST IMPORTERS IN AMERICA OF PerGheron, Belgian and IS German Coach Stallions WHICH NO MAN CAN DISPUTE CAF£ AND PRACTICAL oto iast iuf°btation ** woe abbivbd novekbbb 15, IT IS ALSO VERY SIMPLE, and if you are interested in &maW jfl * saving money write us about our system of BANKING BY ** •:* V'"-L^J^. J^^F if waa\ W-Wa** MAIL, and we will send you a booklet regarding our Say- '<-MBW«Bfc*^B:^^ BKT^^f^ll ' ings Department and its bl^kl I^l lii^tfttH V mSS^Maam^ ' iS^^^^HitK 4W^fc ■* aaaJ 'S^m IS |-*^*~ C P*r^\ ■ JBm*-'z am sßi ma IWTFP IT "V^r **"": *LjJl We have won more blue ribbons in 1906 than all others combined. At the great Illinois State Fair at Springfield we won out of 14 shows 12 blue ribbons in PERCHERON. BELGIAN AND GERMAN COACH CLASSES. We won the championship offered for the best five PER CHERON STALLIONS owned by one firm, and we won championship in the best five BELGIAN STALLIONS. We also won th...

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

THE RANCH . VOL. XXIV. NO. 8. IMPORTANCE OF IRRIGATION IN WESTERN WASHINGTON By J. F Littooy The question of irrigation Is "aS old as the hills," especially in western Washington. The relation of the duty of water in representing three-fourths of the earth's surface, to the remaining one-fourth, finds its solution in the har monious forces of nature and acts as a basis for the scientist to attempt to solve the problem of segregating each while endeavoring to discover the physi cal relations of < the forces which keep the earth in its balance. But to the agriculturist the important question in the duty of water is to learn its proportionate relation to or ganic life when it represents three fourths or more of the whole to main tain a balance. Simple though it may appear, the influence of water while performing its duty in organic life has confounded science. And of the vari ous sciences affecting agriculture, which aid the agriculturist to higher attain ments in perfecting his art...

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

2 To Build a Home You Want Our Book, "Beautiful Homes" The new and revised edition of "Beautiful Homes," the ex quisite publication issued by our house, will be an invaluable 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. Ou...

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

Issued First and Fifteenth of Month By The Ranch Publishing Corporation Ulllar Frttmui, Editor and Manager. Associate Editors: P. X.. Azllnr T. Walden H. 1.. BUnohard Chicago Representatives: Allen * Ward, Boyo« Building New York Representative: 8. B. Keith 150 Hassan Street Business Office: 325-6 Colman Bldg., Seattle. Publication Office: Wenatchee, Wash. Subscription: In advance, one year, 60 cents; six months, SO 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 bare both name and address, and all arrearages or dues must be paid as required by law. Date of expiration is shown en your paper by address label Failing; to receive the ...

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

-I NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY — . ( LONDON'S *"""! f"^ CBNflflH 1*" "1 f~ LONDON'S I I Lqja.DON fS J I LONDOf/S I I DON'S I OILA-A^——' MB I — . |oi«ITEOIMCL««UPm.<I|cO. UNITED mills SUPI»I.» CO. unitio mills surfer CO. united mills luifii co. U«MTIO mills luPfi> CO. UNinmiiLi lUWfC* 1 %± LONDONtS (flefl OILICLQTMS LACtL TAP^nwdJßDMtis window JfIHFS SEATTLE, WASH igag^rlr mllis| JuNflsLgUMs CURTafNS UPH(fepQQD3 J SHAPES, L lL° Our Spring and Summer Goods are coming by the trainload and we must move all our surplus goods out to make room for the new. Space will not permit us to enumerate more than a few of what we have and which will go at extraordinarily low prices. Write us and state what you want, and we will send samples and prices. , ;: ';. , , "Ifc^- Jl SWISS RUFFLED CURTAINS. FINE NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS. [MIHP3SMMM "**"' 11 Every home has some windows that need Here is but one design of a very large' '^s^jW^^', " •'^§ll*lßl *■*"'-% (I something cheaper than the heavy, expensiv...

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

■ OjF Here is a Splendid Home 1111? f|iS?§ I make a specialty of looking up homes for people who want to make a change. I have an office i|sis|a ||||§$ in The Peoples' Savings Bank Building in the city of Seattle and correspondents all over the state casiS i|sl§p of Washington. I know the property in this state. I have better methods of getting it for sale and &$&& "IJslr better, cleaner methods of selling it, and the result is that if you want to buy a home place, either to flllltf PlgO hold or for speculation, I can certainly return a quicker, better service than any other agency. It stands ; jgilip WfS&I- to reason, doesn't it, that the man who makes a specialty of raising Spitzenberg apples will raise more v§f&W y|giߧ of them and do it better than the fellow who has no specialty. My specialty is West Coast Farm Lands fflfflSs ||||S and lam prepared to prove that I have better prospects, a larger list of desirable "buys" and a greater |||s|| igSJslI number of...

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

6 HORTICULTURE By F. WALDEN — Mr. Chris Ringer, of Electron, Wash., asks: "Should two-year-old apples be cut back? I cut them back last year and they made a growth of three to four feet." I am not sure that I know what Mr. Ringer means by two-year-old apple trees. Ordinarily we reckon the age of an apple tree from the graft. A two-year-old tree, therefore, would mean two years after the graft was set in the nursery. However, If he set his trees when they were yearlings, then they would be two-year-old trees the next spring after they were set in the orchard. I prefer to set two-year-old apple trees in the orchard. I would at the time of setting cut them back to where I want the head of the tree to start. Whether I would cut them back the next spring after setting would be determined largely by how thick the head of the tree is. The purpose of cutting back is to thicken up the top of the tree. If the top is already thick enough, nothing can be gained by the heading back, unless it is...

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