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

generate from them (with the proper <;m>> the fiock would start on the ad vance. Keep an eye open every day for good point birds. (I believe the en thusiastic poultryman sees some new feature on some bird every day.) If you see one that responds most every day with a nice, well shaped egg and stands the cold weather, is strong and vigorous, shape and color all right, spot that hen. And so continue until you have a pen, witli a cock the best that can he had. pen them together and you will feel better with a selection to head your flock. You could take your common stock, a flock of mongrels, select, care and feed well, from year to year, and fin ally arrive at a fair standard. But from a standpoint of economy and business send to a pedigree breeder and get foundation stock. In this way you get into full benefits right away. This subject is so prominent witli many, yet to thousands is yet to be unheard. Suc cessful authorities are heralding their ideas by the medium of the pou...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 May 1907

20 CLASSIFIED ADVER-TISING Two Cents a Word Each Insertion v*7 vo v*? v< v« Vj£7 "*ou can sell what you have or BT«t what yon want Two Cents a Word lL«&cn Insertion v< v< n^ v^ v^ v^ wlth a clagglfled a dverti«emont on tui pasro. Try it FOR 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, Sunnyside, Wash. NINE registered large English Berk shire pigs for sale; a choice litter, short heads. Address Plinny Shepard son, Castlerock, Waßh. FOR SALE —Duroc Jersey pigs from registered mature stock, both sexes. Prices within reach of all. W. R. White, Mabton, Wash. FOR SALE —A new 700 lb. capacity Dis brow churn; latest improved and has never been used. Sumner Co-operative Creamery, Sumner, Wash. FOR SALE—2O acres good improved farm in Lewis county, Wash. Reason: Going to Germany. Inquire Peter Rach, R. F. P. No. 1, Winlock, Wash. FOR SALE —Sil...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 May 1907

SEATTLE MARKETS IK THE LEAD. The condition of the Seattle poultry market at the present time is such as to make the rancher, who is well stocked with eggs and poultry which are ready for the market, feel as though he were the owner of a small gold mine. A. H. Horton, secretary of the Seattle Dairy Produce Exchange, stated to The Ranch on May 7 that it would be an im possibility for probably the next thirty days' to overload the Seattle market with either poultry or eggs, and the prices are continuing strong. Veal is also commanding top notch prices, and, as Mr. Horton said: „I sold veal this morning for 11 cents per pound, which would not have brought over 5 cents on the markets of the east. Veal is a very scarce article and the local meat markets are clamoring for every ship ment that comes in. Veal is bringing as high as 12 1-2 cents per pound in the Seattle market, and quotations of May 6 in the Portland papers show the prices ranging from 7 1-2 cents to 8 cents, making a varianc...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 May 1907

22 LIVE STOCK Ce-.rand for the Draft Horse. (O. H. Holcomb.) The condition of the Pacific coast horse market at the present time, and for the past year, and the outlook for the next year, indicates but one posi tive certain fact, and that fact should sink deep into the mind of every ranch or farm owner throughout the Pacific northwest. That fact is none other thai the exceptional demand for first class well-bred draft horses, which can be depended upon to do draft work. It is a well known fact that the horse dealers of the Pacific coast are com pelled to go back throughout the cen tral and eastern states and purchase there, at substantial prices draft stock for the Pacific coast market, which in cludes all of the larger Pacific coast cities, and the Alaska trade. Of course it is true that the farmers of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Mon tana, in the great majority of cases at least, have been very busy during the past four or five years in bringing their farms and ranches to that st...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 May 1907

if he attempted to produce in four or five centuries what has already been done and can be had for the asking. The government officials went to Chicago during the liglit horse show last fall and attempted to find the pedigrees of the carriage geldings shown there and which were the type that they are try ing to produce at Fort Collins, but they could find nothing for the reason that they possess the blood to a greater or less extent of the European carriage horses sold in this country without pedigree. Hatred Cherished by Some Horses. It is remarkable how horses will at times load themselves up with the great est antipathy toward their owners or drivers, bordering almost on human hatred. We remember how old St. Julien 2:11 1-4, one time turf ruler, absolutely hated Orrin A. Hickok, his trainer and part owner. Late in life, when running at large the season around on a big ranch in California, he saw Hickok one day and started for him, and was driven off only after a few stones to the...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 May 1907

24 DO Do you know that you must build your own fortune? And that you should provide for a rainy day ? That as you grow older you usually earn less? YOU Do you know that a savings account makes it easy to save? And that all your deposits in that account earn 4 per cent, interest? That this account can be opened by mail without the least trouble ? KNOW? If you want to know about this matter write us for our free booklet. A postal card will bring it to you. Dexter Horton <3L Co., Bankers Capital ivnd Surplus $1,000,000.00 ======= SEATTLE ' OLDS ENGINES -•BEST BY EVER.V TEST" Our Olds "Hopper Jacket" Engines on Skids 3, 4%, 6 and 8 H. P. are the handiest things on the market today. They have all the advantages of a water-cooled engine without water tank and water connections, making a light, complete, compact power unit, ready to run. One pail of water is enough for three hours. Can be moved anywhere. Olds Engines are the result of twenty-five years experience and are made in sizes f...

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

<«J%|.N_rfr,N«lS* N_# -s!kli!$$«^ -J. n^Sw*! <«l tsl \«5#J. \s_wnI \JulU\l •»!- mVythmmv 4» JlWl 4 A ' '$w *A»,* >l 'A ''■■.'•.'a'-f'''' ''■:«:•''' ''■::''■'.■ ■ '-.•• '•• VOL. XXIV. NO. 11. WHAT ONE SEES EVERY SPRING IN WENATCHEE VALLEY "The Home of the Big Red Apple" A SPRING-TIME SCENE IN THE FAR FAMED WENATCHEE VALLEY. To the man who has never lived in a fruit country the beautiful scene depicted above would seem almost be yond belief. Imagine, if you can, ten thousand acres covered with trees, each covered with white blossoms as the tree above is covered. What a beautiful white sight there appears to the mind's eye as you imagine yourself stand ing part way up the grand hills, stretching up on either side of the valley, and looking down on the scenery below. Can you conceive of a more beautiful sight provided by nature than this? Or do you find the picture too hard to believe? Yet such is the sight one sees all along the beautiful Wenatchee Valley every spring as the b...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 June 1907

2 LOIN DON'S HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM Loaded to the roof with carloads of New Goods of Every Description, that we are selling at prices lower than any other house in Seattle. We ship goods anywhere and pay the Freight ourselves. Let us know what you need. Samples and prices furnished promptly on application. Oil Clotlrs Linoleums Carpets Couches Lace Curtains Fapestry Curtains Upholstery Goods Window Shades Furniture and Bedding Cook and Heating Stoves j^. II SWISS RUFFLED CURTAINS. FINE NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS. l^t?my:r?«&gsspm ***~' ll Every home has some windows that need Here is but one design of a very large i ' M-,' "t w3IL*P ~-'->. (I something cheaper than the heavy, expensive variety we keep constantly on hand. We can I • /;>-!;. *V jJjjSxjKy x~~i^'J\ curtains, and this necessity the Swiss Ruffled nil your order same day as it is . received. "; \ •'■'"'. **4u&'^^2 •£Z 11 Curtains fill. These dainty curtains have Sample, for example: White, width 45 inches, 4 J. r...

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

;— — —— ]| Issued First and Fifteenth of Month By The Ranch Publishing Corporation. Miller Freeman, Editor and Manager. Associate Editors: P. 1,. Axlingr *• Walden H. Im. Blanchard Chicago Representatives: Allen & Ward, Boyoe Building New York Representative: 8. E. Leith 150 Nassau Street Business Office: 325-6 Colman Bldg., Seattle. _ Publication Office: Wenatchee, Wash. Subscription: In advance, one year, 50 cents; six months, 33 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 caiinot 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. Fa...

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

4 WHAT TO DO FOB ONION CROP. Micorge Wright.) A prime condition for profitable re turns from any crop is a good physical condition of the soil, and even in the case el' a fertile soil there are but few cropa that can ' withstand positively unfavorable conditions. If one is at tempting to force a soil to do its ut most by intensive culture, then this matter is of extreme importance in order that the soil may have the as sistance of all of nature's agents in bringing the plant food into an available form for plant use. The same thing is true when one is attempting to sup plement plant food naturally in the soil by the use of fertilizers. Generally speaking, there is hardly a more profitable crop than onions, and yet by proper feeding of the crop the possibilities of largely increased re turns are almost beyound belief. No state in the Union can produce better onions than can Oregon and Washing ton. With her beaver-dam soil, natur ally adapted to this vegetable, and large areas of thes...

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

brought from the United States, the fraction of British imports contributed by this country often being one-half or considerably more. The countries of secondary importance in the import trade in hops, which received from 3, --000,000 to 5,000,000 pounds each in 1904, were Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United States. The apparest anomaly of the United States as an importing country, while being the second exporting in order of importance, is explained by the fact that the brewers of the United States prefer Austrian and German hops on account of their extremely high qual ity for certain desired results in brew ing. London, Nuremberg and New York are the world's three leading hop mar kets. The price of hops is subject to very wide fluctuation. The Quantity wanted by the world varies not greatly from one year to the following, so that a shortage or abundance in the crop is reflected in the prices in a greater degree than is indicated by the per centage of deficien...

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

fi HORTICULTURE By F. WALDEW This question is asked: "Will wheat, oats or barley turn into cheat?" This is an old question. From one point of view the question has no practical value but from another it has. The botanists say that it cannot occur but many honest farmers say that It can. The position of the botanists is this: Cheat belongs to the genus bromus, wheat to the genus triticum, oats to the genus avena and barley to the genus hordeum. Now, It Is a scientifically established fact that one genus by neither good or bad us age, can be changed into another. The peach belongs to the genus prunus, the apple to the genus pyrus. Now, it would be Just as reasonable to suppose that some kind of treatment, good or bad, could change the peach into an apple as to suppose that any kind of treatment could change wheat, oats or barley into chess, that is, cheat. Spe cies are more nearly related than gen era (plural of genus) and yet even species cannot be changed from one form to another by...

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

quite wet for a while during the spring and summer?" At the time this ques tion was asked, April 25, the trees were out In leaf. I wrote Mr. Stevsns briefly that it would be very difficult to make the trees live and promised him to give the reasons for this view In The Ranch. It is often a punsle to people why we can move trees during the dor mant season and make a success of it but can not do this when the trees are leaved out. This can be made plain by giving a chapter on the nature of tree growth. During the growing season the leaves of the tree are elaborating the crude sap and making It Into food ma terial. In this work more food ma terial is elaborated than the plant needs for its growth just at that time. This surplus food material is carried from the leaves and stored up in the cells of the tree In its body and limbs. There is more storing up of this extra food in the latter part of the summer than in the earlier part. This is very obvious, for in the earlier part of the sum...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 June 1907

8 A Power Sprayer [ All complete. Attach hose to tank and proceed to business. Nothing •—^ I like it for bijr spraying opera- j| I 1 tions. Ample power. Little cost. fl^4^^V ■ The Deming Line £jB ||| | of sprayers includes every- Bt^JllL I thing for tree. 6hrub and 'H I_'^B I vine sprayine, spraying M r^tjl I poultry quarters, white- 1 tLHI^m washinc.disinfactinp. etc. M If/^—x^B BARREL, BUCKET, KNAP- -Jfl! V fffiAKJM SACK.HAND. Wrlle Tor S^^llfftX M. Tlic Deming Co, m^i^^^im SSO Depot St. Salera.OWo lloi'l 'JStA^/l^i^M CRANEACO..PM. CoMtArtj..^»iKVv I vUyS. 1-0r11.n.1, B»»ttlis »pok»n<>, hXtt - Bt» Kr.nflteo, Lo. Anitf Ie, I "BEST BY EVERY TEST" —U. S. Gov't Report. WHY? Because they are durable, con structed of the best materials; de pendable, no small parts to get out of order; strong 1. Because they are designed by a corps of competent engineers. If quality interests you, write us about your needs. Built for over 25 years—sizes 2 to 50 H. P. for all kinds of farm and stati...

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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 June 1907

I want to tell you something for your own good. If you are feeling well and doing well where you are don't move, but if you are bound to move, make a good move by moving to May wood Colony At Corning, California 10 Acres of Good, Level Clear Land Will Cost You $500.00 » A Payment of $50 Down Then $12.50 Per Month for 36 Months, Without Interest, Gets the Deed —^^^"^^^^^^^"—^^^^^^Send Your Na.me and Get the Whole Plan —^^^^^^—^™^^"^»^^m W. IN. WOODSON Proprietor of Maywood Colony Corning :: California THE RANCH f

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

10 THE DAIRY Cheese-Making on the Farm. (Francis I. Risley.) Of all dairy duties exactness and ex plicit neatness is absolutely necessary. Guesswork may be put aside, making the proceedings quite difficult for a novice. Now rennet tablets may be bought from the druggists, which are better than those used by our great-grand mothers because it is easier to deter mine the quantity for use. Two perfectly odorless and exception ally clean tubs may be utilized. The tnilk should be measured or weighed and the necessary number of rennet tablets for the amount of milk used put to soak for a few minutes in a little lukewarm water. Heat the milk to a temperature of 85 degrees exactly. Then carefully stir the rennet all through the milk. Cover the tubs over nicely with pieces of clean cheese-cloth and do not disturb the set milk for one hour. When you notice the milk becoming a trifle thick, cut the mass into inch squares with a long, clean knife used only for cheese work. Cover the curd with c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 June 1907

ing regardless of how thorough the washing may be. It is not desirable to wash butter too much. Too frequent washing removes a great deal of the flavor of the butter and thus Injures It to that extent. It Is impossible to have butter collect in a granular form and at the same time to secure a per fect separation of the butter from the buttermilk, unless the cream Is churned at a low temperature. During the win ter months good results can be secured by churning at 60 degrees Fahrenheit, but during the summer months a tem perature as low as 60 or 55 degrees Fahrenheit will give better results. It is not feasible to give an exact tem perature at which cream should be churned, as this will depend upon the richness of the cream, the temperature of the room in which It Is churned, and also, to some extent, upon the kind of feed fed to cows. In general It may be stated that 50 degrees in summer and 60 degrees In winter are not far from the standards for these seasons of the year. To preven...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 June 1907

12 Pianos and Organs = BY MAIL = NEW PAYMENT PLAN . .mi,,, The Pioneer Piano House ha 3 made it a life-time study to ascertain just what instruments will with stand this peculiar western climate. It's a known fact *hat many pianos and organs built for eastern i I conditions become practically All the World's Best worthless in a short time after PIANOS arriving here a noPAiio nd every Elegant Upnght and UHUAHb in»t- pianos Now Only handle is built specially to d>lOn t\(\ withstand western climatic $liJU.UU conditions, and D. S. Johnston I———^— — Co. sell all that is best in American pianos and organs. The time-honored Chickerin*. of Boston, oldest in America and best in the world; i —| the glorious Kimball, of Chi- Pay SR 00 cago, the most popular make .... today; the beautiful Story & a Month Clark, the artistic Hobart M. I 1 Cable, the reliable 1 Bailey, the popular "D. S. John»ton Co. Special," the famous Schumann, and the genuine Pianola and Pianola Piano*. Also the finest...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 June 1907

i''»v ' "jyT* . MMr^r fv 4 9 'v^ fHflfi£o^^^^ * >^^9rl9E9u SS^fiflfctw^ f I jw^^^ JKf One-Half Million Dollars Over $500,000.00 of money belonging to the farmers and largest house on the Street. In the market, to which the farm ranchers of the State of Washington passed through the hands ers and fruit growers of the State of Washington look for of this concern last year. And it is of record that every dol- their greatest returns, this house stands peerless and alone — lar of it was properly and satisfactorily accounted for. This without a competitor. There are reasons for this. There are house is proud of the record. It is now, by all odds, the reasons for the splendid record this institution has made. The sales force is the first great cause of promises are fulfilled and that credit is kept department. The apple man, the lemon man, • this success. It is the first great cause of good. The active work depends on the sales- the banana man, all, all of them, stand in the any success...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 June 1907

14 SEATTLE DAIRY PRODUCE EXCHANGE Matter of Interest To Readers of The Banch About the Seattle Market For Poultry, Eg?*, Butter and Veal. Can You Ship Regularly? We want a large number of farm er shippers who can send us reg ularly good shipments of" poultry, eggs, veal, and ranch butter. To all such we can always warrant the highest market prices and prompt remittances. Ask for particulars. We will Buy ; We want Your POULTRY i We want eggs Shipments We want Outright or VEAL Sell on We want Commission Ranch Butter The farmer ought to be as well posted on the selling end of his business as lie is on the produc ing. We are in touch with the de mands of the market and will be glad to send our market letter to such farmers as can be steady shippers of poultry, eggs, and veal which will stand inspection. A. H. Horton <8l Co. 1120 Post Street Seattle *> WaLsh. THE SEATTLE MARKET. Conditions of the market in Seattle at the present time are about similar to what they have been for two...

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