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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 August 1903

GOOD ROAD NOTES. Editor The Ranch: An object lesson road i ,jlt under the supervision of the LJ. S. De ,rtnient of Agriculture has been com leted at Morgantown, West Virginia. iia being the first work of the kind done j the state, its completion was celebrated the holding of a good roads convention. ,ere was a good attendance of represen- I ive citizens from all parts of the state, a dresses were delivered by a number of p ,minent men, and it is believed that sub si utial progress toward general improve n nt of the highways has been made. Per l! »s the most significant feature of the con y , ition's work was the unanimity and en tl siasm with which it endorsed both na t , ial and state aid. Tie Washington Post in a leading edi tc ial condemns both national and state aid a paternalistic. It says that "the duty of r , (1 building attaches solely to the com munities immediately concerned." This is a larrow view. The same view applied to education would make the local comnmni ti<.-; ...

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 August 1903

TO Sugar Beets and Fertility. A subscriber asks if the sugar beet is a rank soil robber, and how it com pares with other crops, in taking fer tility out of the soil. Prof. W. A. Henry, of the Wiscon sin experiment station, who has studied this question quite thoroughly, says that growing sugar beets is in the end no more injurious to the soil than the growing of most of our common crops. Any crop grown takes fertility from the soil, but if the beet leaves are fed on the farm, and if the tops cut off the beets are likewise fed, as well as the culls, and if, finally, the pulp residue is brought back from the factory and fed on the farm, then very little fertility indeed is lost. Beet growing is not one-fifth as hard on the land under such conditions as is the growing and selling of hay or straw, so often practiced by farmers. The beet root takes a great deal of water from the soil and this perhaps shows on the next crop unfavorably. Beets should always be grown in ro tation. In Europe...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 August 1903

A recent seizure of a lot of "trust" high priced baking powder by the au thorities of a neighboring city has exposed the make of the high priced brands which are being offered throughout the country. The recent corrupt practices, in Missouri, pursued by the manufacturers, first attracted attention to them. The official report of the analysis showed the stuff to be "Cream of Tartar" (made from the bleachings and settlings of wine found in the bottom and sides of the cask), pulverized white sand and other filling matter both injurious and nasty. Physicians are frequently caution ing consumers against using these so-called absolutely pure Cream of Tartar powders, lor when moistened with water they undergo a change compounding an irritant known as Rochelle Salts, which is the cause of half the kidney trouble in the country. The modern egg phosphatte baking powders, such as are put up by the Crescent Manufacturing Company, are the most economical and wholesome and should always be select...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 August 1903

la Perfect, Portable y pP Power I ./ss&>£ Gemmer |JI • IggK^jp Gasoline -<-e>>^^^^ Engioe. It Is an all day digger that never tires or falls. The best power for pumping water, running Cream Separ ator, wood saw, fan mill, churn, grind stone, washing machine, etc. Uses least fuel. Is always ready. Develops full 1% 11. P. costs but 2Ms cents per hour when running. Is very simple and strong. Guaranteed 2 years. Send for circular. A. M. FERRELL 2511 Wetmore Aye., Everett, Wash. THE HIGHLANDS Barred and White Plymouth Rock Chickens and Scotch Coolie Dogs H.W. ILLMAN, Hartford, Wn. Make a Success LEARN TO BE A GOOD TELEGRAPH OPERATOR There Is no trade or profession which offer such opportunities for advance ment— puts you in such close touch with men of influence — as telegraphy. EITHER A BOY OR GIRL Can make a success in this line of work. Competent operators can earn large wages. The work is easily learned. Make a start. We teach you. Full information free. Western Teleg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 August 1903

We Want You to Ship Us Your Cream No matter in what part of Western or Central Washing ton you may be located, when you read this adv. write us and let us make our proposition plain to you. We guarantee to make you more money from your cream than you can possibly realize at home, because of our improved facilities and enor mous capacity for manufacturing and disposal of the product, which always commands the highest price on the market. There are simply hundreds of dairymen whose "financial re sults are small" from milking cows who would soon have money in the bank if they would separate and ship their cream to us, and get spot cash therefor. Write us. Any banker in the state will tell you we are reliable. Miller, Reed & Pease, SEATTLE VISIT THE GREAT — WASHINGTON STATEJFAIR! SEPTEMBER 28 TO OCTOBER 3, AT NORTH YAKIMA $18,000- -IN CASH PREMIUMS-SIB,OOO HANDSOME CASH AND SPECIAL BjggCSt 3tt6 BeSt StOCk SHOW PREMIUMS OFFERED oo For all Live Stock, Poultry, Fruit and Ever Held 111 ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 August 1903

'4 H [~~W A CREAM D I rTTJ^ SEPARATOR I SHh rtmmti B jft If you buy the right machine, SB IBkI [m^mHmß a"d tliere is only over ma* HB B \T^ft\ DELAVAL H B CREAM SEPARATORS W I^B - ..^^fe^SlElL *ss*iiL- Are used exclusively by every I HI t^tfSk HF3»s?^J^^^^R large and experienced creamery ■ ■EH %IPs^^ and dairyman the world over. M^M &BI '^^^'"SSlillffPl «ss?% Profit by the experience of |H| 898 J/\iliSMP^r"\l| • 400,000 farmers and equip your BH ■■ /'/ vl^P^H ' \ dairy with aDe Laval. Espe- PV ■J^JI 1/ mm 11 ■■■; x \ - cially valuable in home dairy- / / i w v\ * |HH // »M- o*^^*^l^^^^* Everything needed in the |^H BHH 1/ /gSs^, I dairy business carried by us. |^H[ SH JmK I .^JLKy We carry the largest stock of S^H MB ft "^^"^ - - dairy supplies on the Pacific I I ■nB , tJLgli^^^^*. Write for the new twentieth BT* ■J -* Century Catalogue. ■■■ I DE LAVAL DAIRY SUPPLY COMPANY I I 217-219 Drumm St., San Francisco, Cal. HH IR| 65 Front St., Portland, Ore. R ■7 Hmß DAIRYMEN, ATTENTION ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 August 1903

Yours to Decide, Ladies. i,.re is the advertisment of a Se ■',. store which has "white goods" sale. Its personal impudence is used, perhaps, by the originality he idea: , me of these nights a moose will w a match on your pantry shelf, „• sister, and the fire will spread it reaches your room, and you es with your life, clad only in your , (v garments. Such a spectacular itunity to create a sensation () , n't occur oftener than once in a II lime, ana how will you meet it? I, r sister, will your night clothes hi uch that the firemen will want to pi, m£o into the flames and die, or will y( , look like the picture on the bill 1,, dS?" I SHARPLES [■^■lUBULAR Hs^^ Entirely different 9 \l^_~' i.^PRH from ».r\y other 5 [^HHpi^SflP sepet.rek.rtor: more I JB^^^ simple, durable, con- I EpjjS^^P^^ vcnicnt, safe and effi %H^^^ cient. That is why the de p^^ mand for I THE TUBULAR I Is so great and why Sharpies Separator Works I is the largest in the world. Examine the Tubular and I you will buy no...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 August 1903

i 6 Announcement We have secured the Agency for Washington and Idaho for the Sharpies Separator Also The ~ ~~] Sharpies Dairy and |T| Creamery Supplies We are now receiving several carloads of these goods and wili be in shape to give all orders for Supplies and Extras immediate attention LILLY, BOGARDUS & CO., Seattle THE RANCH

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

t | | | ._ ..-_ ... ■ ., ....). . i iii ii.■ n.mmwi\Mi m n - i 1 tw ■ A^W |]i L-gjLy^gggppfrlW' ■J^jl^ti.Zii'^Jfr- -^£- 7^-r-:{rrr7~~r^ ■_ i=~..'— _ ... % ■ ."-_. ■..-,_=>. x ,--.^--; vf-- J -^ -"^ _'- ■ 'i --*.-:. r , ' — --i^;,^-, -L_ g yz ' r_==. - _-~ WA\ Vol. XX-No. 16 A JOURNAL OF THE LAND AND THE HOME IN THE NEW WEST. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, AUGUST 15, 1903. H. L. BLANCHARD, Pres. Wash. State Dairymen's Ass'ii, Associate Editor The Ranch. Subscription sOc P&r Year Worth Two Gold Dollars

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

a For Present Time For Future Time For AM Time LLGIN Jmmdf JLmOO ML A-^% -'.-'• TIME. Every Elgin Watch is fully guaranteed. All jewelers have Elgin Watches. "Timemakers and Timekeepers," an illus trated history of the watch, sent free upon request to Elgin National Watch Co., eloin, ml. DR. LEVITT'S DEHORNER. This well-known dehorning clipper, here illustrated, has been tested the world over and was never found want ing. Dr. H. W. Leavitt, the inventor, is a veterinary surgeon of wide ex perience and has given much careful thought to this invention. Cattle growers give it full endorsement. Our readers should remember the name and take no other. Write the manu facturers, LEAVITT MFG. CO., Urbana, 111. Note advertisement. WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EV ERY STOCKMAN AND FORMER. How many of you have lost the price of this Engine in one day on account of iy sufficient wind to operate your wind nklUfc. leaving your stock without water. Get Vsne now to "do your pumping when there is no wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

ftfE ranch With which Is consolidated The Washington Farmer, The Pacific Coast Dairyman, The Farmer and Dairyman, The Farmer and Turfman MILLER FREEMAN Publisher Editorial Offices: Seattle, Wash. Tel. Main 1265 —Long Distance Connection. Issued Ist and 15th of each month. BUSINESS OFFICES: Seattle - - - 3rd Floor Downs Bldg. Spokane - Alexander & Co., 521 First Avenue Subscription (in advance), 50 cents per year. Agents wanted In every town to solicit subscriptions. Good commission and salaries paid. The paper is sent to each subscriber until an order to discontinue is received from the subscriber. We must be notified 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 alon 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 of subscription Is shown on your paper by address label containing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

i Attend the County Fair. During the latter part of this month and next tin- county fairs throughout the state will be hold. Coming as they do at a time when most of the harvest is laid by, the farmer can well afford to take a few days off and with his family attend the county fair and engage in an exchange of ideas with his neighbors, and wherever possible assist by furnishing some exhibit that will add to the interest of the exhibition. If the fair is prop erly managed, as it should be, there will be many things of interest seen that will be educational in making the work next year easier on the faim, by gaining new ideas from the different departments of the exhibi tion. It has been our pleasure for a number of years to visit many of these county fairs, and we have been more than pleased with a majority of them, in finding that there are many things to be seen that are indicative of the agricultural growth of the county in which the fair was held. Aside from the educational advan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

made it seem necessary on the farm to work from sunrise to sundown, and often longer. Now is there any reason why farm work, as a rule, should nerd these long hours? We tried the ten-hour system with success on the farm years ago, and we found that the men accomplished just as much, if not more, than those around us who worked during all the hours <>f sunlight. In fact, our work was usually ahead of theirs. A man who knows that he is to keep at it from sun to sun will naturally favor himself, while the man who is looking for a little while for himself in the evening, will he willing to put more exertion into his task. If the farm hand is encouraged to read the farm papers and is given time to do it he will become a more efficient hand. There is nothing, in our opinion, that will tend more to the im provement of farm labor than shorter hours for work. Men will always be willing to put in some extra time ir. a pinch when the hay is to be hurried in or other crops saved if they k...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

• Qualifications of a Dairy Cow. By Mrs. Minnie E. Sherman. Scientific dairying, as to the feeding of the cow and the handling of her product, has been the outgrowth of the specialized work of the dairy school experts. While the creamery man, with his manner of paying as little as possible for what the cows produce, has made the dairyman take out his pencil and learn to figure exactly what the cows do earn ; so he has, by calculating, brought the keeping of the cows down to a business basis. The first historical mention we have of the importation of cattle is that they wer' brought by the Europeans to Mexico about the year 1525. The mild, equitable climate and the abundant grass covered ranges caused them to multiply rapidly, and they soon covered not only the plains of Mexico, but those of Texas and California, with their offspring. The first improved cattle came to Virginia from Holland in 1625, and were of beef and milk form. The oxen were powerful ani mals, plowing the new lands...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

and the farmer must turn to the cow again she will not be able to serve him as she did before, not through any fault of hers, but because of his neglect. Men cannot farm high priced land on horseback. Neither can they always afford to sit on the fence and watch the calf do the milking.—Wallace's Farmer. Care of the Herd. It is a wrong idea to believe that a eovv testing 5 per cent, is a good cow. The cow ihat gives the most butter fat within a year s the most profitable cow. no matter what icr test is. Don't get the idea that a certain Sreed is the only and best breed. A good ■ow is a good cow, no matter to what breed .he belongs. Select the breed you like best mcl which is best adapted to your circum stances, and cows that milk ten to eleven months during the year; also they may have >nly a fair average test. Important points that a dairyman must keep in mind are: t. The bull is half the herd. 2. Raise the calves from your best cows. t,. Sell all your poor cows. 4. Keep your her...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

ft Horticultural Notes By F. Walden I am in receipt of a letter that contains this inquiry: "I want to ask you a word about spraying. 1 have completed my third spraying with the formula which you gave me. Now, would you advise my going over the ground again, if so, when?" This in quiry was written Aug. 8. I wrote an an swer by mail, but as others may want some information along this line, I will give the substance here. There is an idea quite prev alent that the codling moth does it damage before this time of year. The reverse is true. There are two and perhaps three, broods of the codling moth. Each succeed ing brood is more numerous than the first. It is not settled definitely whether the third brood is a full one. But one thing is true and that is that as the season advances the moth become more numerous. Ninety per cent of the damage done to the apple crop is after the middle of July. This is not guess work, but actual observation. I mean, of course, that these results obtain wh...

Publication Title: Ranch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

Traveling Sprayers. In the eastern fruit districts and in some fruit districts in the west the advantages of spraying orchards and small fruits has been thoroughly demonstrated that it is now practiced by almost every up-to-date fruit grower. The custom, however, is coming in very slowly in the west outside of the special fruit districts, the principal reason being that not a great deal more fruit is than is needed for family use and the Tanner is disposed to consider it a sort of -,ide issue, taking thankfully whatever the irees and vines yield but not worrying a deal if the crop is a failure.. Some "praying mixtures are composed of different ingredients and have to be mixed fresh when used, and the average man who has much farm work to do is disposed to look on as a sort of a fad and hardly worth the bother. At any rate, he is not willing to take the small amount of time necessary to -pray properly and at the right time. From one of our Canadian exchanges we notice that in the Que...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

IO Seattle Iron & Steel Company. A striking example of the enterprise of Seattle citizens, and which illustrates so well the reason why this city is making such wonderful strides, is the recent or ganization by her most prominent business men of the Seattle Iron & Steel Company, which proposes to utilize the raw material of iron mines in the Pacific Northwest, con verting it into finished iron and steel prod ucts of every description. At present all iron and steel used in the West is imported from the East, and at heavy cost for trans portation. This freight charge alone is a big handicap in favor of a local plant. It is not generally known that a blast furnace has for some time been in successful opera tion at Irondale, Wash. One of the origi nal incorporators and operators of this fur nace was 11. L. Blar.chard, now a successful farmer at lladlock. Wash., and on the staff of The Ranch, and who is one of the most firm believers in the future of the iron in dustry on Puget S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

SIMPLEX Hand and Power Separators Simplex COMBINED CHURNS AND WORKERS Embody the very latest improvements in up-to-date creamery machinery. We want good, live, selling agents all over the Pacific Northwest to sell these, together with our very com plete line of creamery machinery, of which we carry the largest stock on the Pacific Coast. Write for No. 52 Creamery Catalogue, just issued, and get our very liberal offer. H. I. Weinstein Co. Weatherly Creamery Co. Agents for Seattle, Wash. Agents for Portland, Ore. ■ ■ * ' ' ' ' ■ .-■■" BAKER & HAMILTON SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Sole Pacific Coast Agents. —<T WAGON POWER j||§B^|, SPRA YING ■HSjj^B^^^ A Method Which Fits Every Case driven by the wagon wheel and gives out >tnaticallp a constant high pressure. No hand labor. No engine to buy and haul around. Read what the Missouri Experiment Station has to say : q QLDBN, MO., May 6, 1903. Wallace Machinery Co., Champaign, 111. Dear Sir: Your letter of May Ist to Mr. F. W. Paurot, Actin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 August 1903

12 Perfect, Portable I Power II |jfa__ JpJ Ge miner lyl^jjSHi^te! Gasoline -^&^^^^^SS^^* Engine. It Is an nil day digger that never tires or fails. The best power for pumping water, running Cream Separ ator, wood saw, fan mill, churn, grind stone, washing machine, etc. Uses least fuel. Is always ready. Develops full 11£ 11. I', costs but 2% cents per hour when running. Is. very simple and strong. Guaranteed 2 years. Send for circular. A. M. FERRELL 2511 Wetmore Aye., Everett, Wash. THE HIGHLANDS Barred and White Plymouth Rock Chickens and Scotch Coolie Dogs H.W. ILLMAN, Hartford, Wn. Make a Success LEARN TO BE A GOOD TELEGRAPH OPERATOR There is no trade or profession which offer such opportunities for advance ment —puts you in such close touch with men of influence—as telegraphy. EITHER A BOY OR GIRL Can make a success in this line of work. Competent operators can earn large wages. The work is easily learned. Make a start. We teach you. Full Information free. Western Telegraph S...

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