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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 April 1907

neighboring herds. It la advisable, then, to place hog cholera under state and federal control and use police sanitary measures in the control of this dis ease. At the beginning of a hog cholera outbreak, it is best to move the herd into new yards. The yards should be large enough to prevent crowding, as in crowded quarters the opportunity for infection is greater and additional care is required in order to keep the surroundings in a sanitary condition. Sufficient shelter is necessary, for ex posure to the hot rays of the sun, storms, chilling winds, etc., tends to lower the vitality of the sick animals. The very sick hogs should be removed from the herd and given separate yards, or destroyed. However, the necessity of using this latter precau tion depends on the number of hogs that are sick and may not be practical when a large per cent of the herd be comes diseased. The tar disinfectants should be used daily about the feed throughs, floors, sleeping quarters, etc. No less than a 2...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 April 1907

24 The Oldest Bank LAFAYETTE STOCK FARM ■",. - ' .'-.»:..• • ; . „. . f;.v ; ;.. Largest importer* in America of Percheron, Belgian and German Coach ■ • . ' ' — *<;"'• V' >• V . •" "'•■ Stallions. New consignments arriving, all the time, -i in Washington v ,^^^,,.:^^^g^^' Compounded Semi - Annually mmgm Mt^L * I ■■■B^H t: JB H I And it is especially valuable - ■r^V when you can draw part of - S J^ & *^B your investmeni in case you I |H M , *< need it. without disturbing the £& VH j interest on the balance. - -* fl I JH Bfe- Send us your first deposit by H B ."•*■.>'•*v j „ , ... . Mm mum ■ mail and we will place it m our MKm**>*mmwmmmßmo*m HUSH Savings Department and return | , ■^■^■■■^■■■1 a pass book to you. j I "~——^™'—™l~™™l™"——— ——™^—^—————^—^— —^— ' CROUCH'S FAVOBI, NO. 57,781 (41,451). —^ :' ' . ' vv •••■' *»'■" ' — Our importations- are the best in every way and we will give .you what „ llrYTirß HORTON ALO HANKERS you want. Our western barns are locate...

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

Ipili MARKET NUMBER FREE VOL. XXIV. NO. 9. GROWTH AND ENTERPRISE OF WILSON CREEK, WASHINGTON In the heart of the famous Big Bend wheat region of eastern Washington, at the confluence of Wilson creek and Crab creek, is located the thrifty and pros perous town of Wilson Creek. It is built upon the level, fertile bottom of the valleys, but already the residence portion is beginning to appropriate parts of the surrounding hills. The settle ment of the town practically dates from the spring of 1901, although the Great Northern railway had recognized the ONE OP THE MODERN HOMES IN WILSON CREEK. importance of the townsite by the loca tion of a roundhouse and division ter menials there some ten years previous. This was doubtless due to its location midway between Spokane on the east and the Cascade mountains on the west and to the fact that Crab creek at this point furnishes an abundance of water free from injurious alkalies for engine or other uses. In the summer of 1900 settlers be gan to...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 May 1907

L- "LET ME TELL YOU" You will miss it if you . books. The price is made for other people, when do not send for our new l°w m order to cover the you see how well they are and revised edition of cost of P rintin £ and wh. ite built and planned for the ' }.„ ' T Jf paper. We make nothing purposes to which they Beautiful Homes. It you O utof it But when you . will be put, you will sure are going to build, repair, see the p i ans o f these ly want your builder to or remodel your home you houses, when you see the follow them. Read the will need one of these beautiful homes we build next paragraph. The first edition of our book was a use, to mail and to pass around. In the really beautiful and artistic thing. The second place we have added a number of printer did his % work well, the -sxplana- designs and cuts, all splendidly made, the tions of the plans and designs were clear cuts made of copper and beautifully and lucid and the designs themselves, etched, and the designs being etchings o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 May 1907

Issued First and Fifteenth of Month By The Ranch Publishing: Corporation. Miller Freeman, Editor and Manager. Associate Editors: P. 1.. Axlinff F. Walden H. 1.. Blanchard Chicago Representatives: Allen & Ward, Boyce Building- New York Representative: S. E. Keith 150 Nassau Street Business Office: 325-6 Colman Bldg., Seattle. Publication Office: Wenatchee, Wash. 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 subsciber 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 nil arrearages or dues must be paid as required by law. Date of expiration is shown on your paper by address label. Failing to re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 May 1907

4_ INEW 6OODB ARRIVING DAILY ■_ I LONDON*" ' It ' tTtNPPU'S I'l LfiWDOrt'J J| IQJi&On'A "i l " kfilipoivs' I L HIT A&CiftSWl'£* nTI <S a T«r* Li»w»TCaFiupU.«(eo. ukitid -iHi" *"uw.» co. united mill. su*w.» co. urnrto mills ww co. u-rrw «iv* «urn.» co. ""'™"'^3\ u'7lt? Ut^MTrg 8? OIL CLOTHS LAC 6. TAPE^YdUREMW WINCpW ' CQUOIES SEATTI4 WASH. h£2£23p m&d i NoHurts curtains uptiSgrERiZooDSLI shapes ir-Hzzf!" LI 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. Writeus and state what you want, and we will send samples and prices. ; , . , ,„,,. : , •n-.r.'.rtiy I il^. II SWISS RUFFLED CURTAINS. ■ FINE NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS. pggfpspißßH J SWISS RUFFLED CURTAINS. FINE NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS. !JfMM|M Every home has some windows that need Here is but one design of a very large ''■■■'"'/ IIPhH...

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

iffroere is Ql Splendid Home f w jSgi||§ I make a specialty of looking up homes for people who want to make a change. I have an office $g||§i ;!|||||j in The Peoples' Savings Bank Building in the city of Seattle and correspondents all over the state ' c§liP ||||p of Washington. I know the property in this state. I have better methods of getting it for sale and |§i£| WM$ better > cleaner methods of selling it, and the result is that if you want to buy a home place, either to . |||||| ||||if hold or for speculation, I can certainly return a quicker, better service than any other agency. It stands ; ifllai MpgpijJ to reason, doesn't it, that the man who makes a specialty of raising Spitzenberg apples will raise more ,S(i( SrlS} of them and do it better than the fellow who has no specialty. My specialty is West Coast Farm Lands ; £§|?lf ||||i| and lam prepared to prove that I have better prospects, a larger list of desirable "buys" and a greater > lsT§m M|||| number of desirable c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 May 1907

6 HORTICULTURE By P. NALDBN- It is Important to have some late keeping apples. It is not difficult to have good apples in the fall and through the winter, but it is much more 'difficult to have them in the spring. One trouble is the lack of keeping and the other is that some varieties lose their flavor when kept through the winter and into the spring and sum mer. With cold storage some varieties will keep till they are a year old, but only a few will retain their flavor. At the Lewis and Clarke fair we had ap ples that grew in 1904 that kept till the close of the fair, October 14, 1905. But it is not so important to have apples keep till a year old as it is to have them good the following spring after they are picked. One thing in favor of the Ben Davis is that it keeps well into the spring with ordinary storage. It is much better in flavor in the spring than it is at picking time. One of the apples that keeps well into the spring and is fair to good in qual ity is the Willow Twig, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 May 1907

matter, but this must suffice. He pro ceeds in a lengthy discussion to show that carbonic acid and oxygen must act upon the mineral substances in the soil before the water can carry them into the tice and finally out to the leaves. There will not be enough of these dis integrating elements —carbonic acid and oxygen—in the soil unless the air is permitted to circulate through it. The water must be there for the purpose of conduction but these additional ele ments must come with the air to pre pare the minerals to be carried Into the plant. Recently I received a communication covering several pages of typewritten matter consisting of a series of ques tions with reference to the products of the Y:.kima valley. I was especially urged to answer the questions pertain ing to fruit growing. The writer in formed me that he wanted to prepare an article for a magazine on Yakima county. He asked me to fill in the blank spaces following each of the questions and send the same to him, and as comp...

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

8_ bear good annual crops, but these are the exceptions and not the rule. There io no doubt but some years there are exceptional yields and sometimes ex ceptional prices. I have had these my self. But my estimate of an average yield of $100 an aero over all expenses will be found in my judgment to be a very fair estimate. If any one thinks differently, and honestly so, I have no quarrel with him. It is so easy to take an exceptional year or an exceptional price and base our estimate on this and be mistaken. I know a man who gave out an estimate on the profits on an acre of Elberta peaches. He thinks that an acre of such peaches will, the fifth year after being set in the or chard, yield a gross income of over $800 per acre and a net income of over $500. He does not claim to have had this experience, but this is his estimate that he no doubt honestly makes. But while he may realize this amount on some exceptional occasions, if he ex pects this to be an average income every year after...

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

Planning til* Vegetable Garden. Encourage the children to have a garden of their own. Rotting Is catching. Cellars and storage rooms should "know no de cay." Good, well rotted compost cannot be used too freely; put it on thick, "and then some." For the main crop, plant the old, well-tried standard corts, the novelties for trial only. Radishes grown in a hot bed, if one is near a good market, are often quite profitable. Fine for home consump tion, too. A plant is exactly like a child: It must be fed, dressed and cared for; its wants supplied, and its idiosyncrosies humored. Sum up the results of the past year, and see where the mistakes were made and plan to avoid a repetition next year. Mistakes are "good medicine," sometimes. Rank, unfermented manures, unless for winter mulch, are out of place in the garden. To be applied directly to plant life it should be thoroughly composted. Better asparagus can be grown on land that is naturally well drained, without manure, than where the gro...

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

10 Dl AWCT l» IMPLEMENTS rLHnc 1, vr. SA VE MONEY S. J,. Allen & Co., B. 1107 W., Phila..Pa WALL MR. FARMER nrn We have a full lino of PAPER wall paper, Including every up-to-date and at pv ; tractive design. If you Dl Intend to use any wall „,., paper, let us send you MAIL our catalog. It's free, ;•.ml shows a fine lot Of imples to choose from. When you buy from us Write "'"" only set the In test design*, the best for quality for the money, less. Write atal OO Dept. A. for catalog. " T. B. BEYDLE, FREI 906-908 Sprague Aye., OIH or complete Plans, Specifications \||l anc Details of this 7 room Cottage; Wl v can be built for about $1500. "v-*^- n-— -^ Send 50c in silvei ••tfH^Tj." "!•** "^4ft^. I""' containing wßyniffliHß^^^^ *' of tlu' 'atcs! Jt^mi**** m *'ij^^ best plans ol ! ,-ij. ii,jiLißiujjyj|^t^ <)SiL^ houses, cottages f r.isd bungalows, J| ,>' jnjj Ly'Jji'iLj''"' j? --j^b costing from #400 figffiJ£==g=Es^- . .... , . 'ftjL body should have Send stamp today for my $5...

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

"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 I; now. One dollar will open an account with this com pany. Write us about it to day. 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 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. AND PIKE ST. SEATTLE, WASH. Dexter Horton &Co., Bankers Pounded 1870, Seattle. Incorporated, 1887 Oldest Bank in Washington. Capital stock, surplus and( S1 « no nOO 00 undivided profits 1 $I>°o°.ooo.oo W H. Ladd President R." H. Denny Vice President N. H. Latimer Manager M. W. Peterson ...

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

12_ AiN YOU Ij G°ojw $60 IN GOLD ]■ FREE FREE We want to know the best things that can be cooked using a Crescent Brand produce as one of its ingre dients. Do you know one? You do. It's worth money. We have offered Sixty Dollars in put in every package. They are <;«1(3 for the best cooking recipes. good for prizes, if you have enough $60.00 in Gold is Free to You. of them, but in this instance, just There are first, second, third and take one from the package of any other prizes. All we want is to Crescent brand product and send in know what is the best thing, really with your cooking recipe. If yours the best thing, that can be cooked is the best sent in, you will receive with a Crescent brand product. We a prize in gold. We want you to know that we make good baking compete and for this reason powder, good coffee, good that EVERYTHING IS FREE and experience has proved that EVERYTHING IS FB E E Mapleine, so near like maple syrup , r , , oli . „ that an expert can not tell the dif...

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

MA YWOOD COLONY An Ideal Home-building Settlement in California, in which Good People As you go, by the Southern Pacific Railway, from Portland to San Fran cisco, you pass through this well-known colony settlement. On either side of the railway, for a distance of eight miles, you will see orchards of oranges, lem ons, olives, flgs, almonds, grapes, peaches, pears, prunes and apricots. Scattered here and there among these orchards you will observe well-kept, thrifty-looking homes —homes that look like real homes. Tou can't help but note the difference in the appearance of these colony homes and those which you will see both before and after passing through the colony. Outside of this colony settlement you will see, as a rule, little houses and big barns, and that most of the houses are total strangers to paint. But when you strike Maywood Colony you'll see a different class of architecture, and you'll note that all of the houses are well painted and well kept up. These colony houses ...

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

14 POULTF V -^—— H. L. BLANCHARD —-►_-*— For the Poultry Amateur. Will the business ever be overdone, that is will we breeders ever see the time when the markets will be flooded with eggs, or good stock for breeding purposes and will poultry raising be an unprofitable occupation? I don't believe that time is near at hand, do you? Now I would like to tell you why you should keep pure bred poultry. First, because a scrub hen will eat as much grass as a thoroughbred, and won't take on as much flesh, neither will they lay as many eggs and they will soon eat their heads off, if you have to buy most of the feed. For instance, the little scrub here that weighs 3 or 4 pounds when matured eats just as much as our Asiatic breed that tips the scale at 8 and 9 pounds, so wTiere is the gain by keeping scrub hens and not the pure bloods? In these days we must use our own judgment as to what breed we like best, then let me say, study the Standard and the breed of chickens you have chosen, and try ...

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

j^K H^ STONE'S HEAVE DROPS Greatest known remedy for heaves. Price $1. To express offices away from Salem I pay 25 cents on express charges. Highland, Oregon, Oct. 31, 1902. — This is to certify that I gave my mare one bottle of "Stone's Heave Drops" and cured her of heaves. This was last winter and she has not been afflicted since.—G. Wallace. Dr. S. C. Stone, Salem, Ore. For sale by all druggists. Farmer* and Stockmen Scotch Collies For Sale I have for sale three pure-bred Scotch Collie bitches in whelp to a prize win ning and fine working Collie stud. (You can sell these puppies when weaned at a profit.) Pedigree for six genera tions with each bitch; price only $16 each. CSABI.ES X. MUJTDY, B. F. D. Ho. 1. Ellenabnrg-, Wtoah. SHORTHORN BULLS One, two or three years old, red, white or roan, of the best Scotch and Amer ican breeding. Single or by the carload. The older ones with nose rings and broke to lead. Also cows and heifers. A. CHAIiMEBS, n. F. D. No. a. rorwt Grove, Oregon. ...

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

16 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Two Cents a Word Each Insertion Ne v< v< Zl? h Ti<j£^Ll£Z£Z* JPw? ?•£%»» FOB SALE. FOR SALE — Thoroughbred Poland China pigs, 6 months old. W. P. Hast ings, Auburn, Wash. FOR SALE—Eligible Duroc Jersey pigs, both sexes. Also White Wyandotte eggs. C. McClelland, Sunnyslde, Wash. FOR SALE —Three Guernsey bull calves 8 months old, registered; prioes rea sonable. Thos. H. Wilson, Issaquah, Wash. NINE registered large English Berk shire pigs for sale; a choice litter, short heads. Address Plinny Shepard son, Castlerock, Wash. FOR SALE —A new 700 Ib. capacity Dis brow churn; latest improved and has never been used. Sumner Co-operative Creamery, Sumner, Wash. FOR SALE —Silver Spangled Hamburg, Brown Leghorn, Silver Laced Wyan dotte eggs. Write for prices. Henry Johnson, Box 14, Mt. Vernon, Wash. FOR SALE —Best 160 acres hay land in the West, $16,000; also 820 acres grain and stock land at $15 per acre; will dl rlde. Terms. Box 67, Enterprise, Ore. FOR SAL...

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

WHO IS "STUCK?" THE BUSINESS MANAQEB OF THE RANCH HAS AN ARGUMENT. MR. P. L. AXLING SAYS NO But the Business Manager is Game— Offers to Pay for Two Full Adver tising Pagres* if' Be! li' Wrong 1— :;' Mr. :' Axlingf ' is v" Agreed— Vil i., Tno ' 'pignf-'is'-' On. :'::"' " Mr. P. L. Axling and the business manager of The Ranch have had an argument Mr. Axling declared that the northwest is a new country and that there are very few "discarded things" that are worth anything. He said that a man might go from one end of the four states to the other and not buy anything worth buying. He said that western people use things that they have and then throw them away. He said that we are different from eastern people; that we are more ex travagant because we make more money and make it more easily. The business manager disagreed with him. The business manager said that the northwest has been growing rapidly; that a man no sooner gets one thing than he wants something bigger. Brooderg, incubating ...

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

18 number of representative farmers who know how to plow, sow, till and reap. ordinary estimates range from $20 to $40. No estimate on Irrigated land is lower than $120 and consequently such ■ farm is worth only $200 the acre. However many farms all over 111 • - country baa given yields far above these figured estimates. For instance, a Iff acre farm near Baton this year netted $9,M7, or $62 an acre; and a 130-acre farm yielded $1,000 or $*>I.r>o an acre. Of course there are some rarms In the same neighbohood that do not yield a yearly profit of $5, but it is the fault of the farmer and not of the land. The man who loiter* along and lets things take care of themselves la sadly fooled when it comes to running an irrigated farm. In all the many districts that group generally as the peach belt, lands w'hlch a few years ago went begging for lo cators are being grabbed up at hun dreds up to a thousand dollars an acre, and the war in which canals and reser voirs are being built and ...

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