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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
THE RANCH . Vol. XX. No. 18. CPlsS^^^^^V The Lightest Running Machine Made |s^^:iii^ll I^^^ ' Cannot Be Beat For Close Skimming l^i^lf! I |Wi«& A Marvel in Simplicity—Facts Count Mil I ;1 - t^'4- r ss&l '■"' '■ '■'■ ■■."•.-'■• <■- ■ More up-to-date creamerymen are pushing the Empire Cream Sep- / E^WfKa < Sbßk_. I tj J^'^S-" i§M arator than any other separator on the market. ■ If:^j. Wff^ fiJCSBr 1*1- | P^*\ Jr\ More wide-awake farmers are buying the Empire Cream Separator / / V^^S^uv> j | V ITS A QUESTION OF MERIT I j5 We do not expect to sell a Separator to every rancher, nor do we expect every creamery to take up the sale of the Empire. PS r| We could not make machines fast enough to supply them, nor could we accommodate them with territory. ';J £j . ... The EMPIRE way means more money for the milk producer, less work for the housewife, and real satisfaction all around. M 3 i ; j Don't make a mistake. Get an r ■._. t _ :**&3S&&**&?: '■•:.. ■&-....
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
2 This is the First Page of Our 28 Page Buyers' Guide, Free to Any Address. FREIGHT PAID TO ALL RAIL AND RIVER TERMINALS SHOWN ON THIS ILLUSTRATION m £ • .v!sm ■ '^fflB(^l ¥:*^BtA Y*flMpsilal I'lL LAitul-ul DInIUILI rlnli tun' " MJtt&fi& '*»£s&£* & T» '**& .j»«fri.L3Fcßt W •'. '- < ■■ ;B eps( i'lrC ' ' V'La l inHnrH riniliilN iniilAli MJs^3^i^«BLr>^t ■>v. ■"' * &>, * t= ■ v*^ ■ m ftQfe^^^;f^.; ' '" ■'-'■ ,» J w**^' A^^^^^y ■^196 JONES CASH ' * '~r\^SsS -r*«!««»* I^' - ■ >j3 .'''Bki '" " "jSTRONB SArLbUARu n^^ml VOL. IX. SCULLY'S WESTMORELAND MA PLE SYRUP. This is quoted on page 4 for the first time. It is the real, real thing, if you like* a pare maple syrup, try Westmoreland. HOURLY SALES. Seem to be a fad with the large department stores here in the city, but they cannot bold a caudle to our 15 minute sales on fruit jars. We do not remember a time before when everybody seemed to want jars ut the same time. Of course there is reason for it, a...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
2 This is the First Page of Our 28 Page Buyers' Guide, Free to Any Address. FREIGHT PAID TO ALL RAIL AND RIVER TERMINALS SHOWN ON THIS ILLUSTRATION ■ ■ LARGEST STRICTLY MAIL ,„ Ji&mri iiC^W" 1 s'fi' * ORDER HOUSE IN THE STATE'^•■w^'^teS^i^iiJPißSir^ *•' ■■ '' :%^% "kvw;"" ■- '■ VOL. IX - J SCULLY'S WESTMORELAND MA PLE SYRUP. Tills is quoted nil I njr ( . i It)!' ihe lirsl i inn-. 11 is ihe real; real i hiii.u. il' you like ,i pure maple syrup, lr.\ Westmoreland, HOURLY SALES. Srein I" It., a lad with I lie larjjc depart Illflll Inn here .Ii I lie city, lull I hex cailllol hold ealldle 1,, iilll' I-"' 111 1111 :11 ■ sales nil I* I* ■ 111 jars. \\ , 1 II" Iliil I Illellllier a i line hell,re wliiMi fVeryhoil.v seemed in wain jars ;.i ihe same ii Ol' course there i- reason 1,,!■ ii. 1,,| h i. S ' I lit- prirc. When you sax.' 1,-,, in ... in Mill per -1,,— Mil a Slllple ari'cle like .Mas,,ii jar-. Ii" aiKUIUenl i neiissi! ry l<i ellccl Ihe -ale. We hope iI" } will hold mil inn ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
Road Making i fig f~ ~ 1 Machines v /^^X\/^ JlCvl VICIU mp l^ri Western Wheeled ' Scrapers The Only Successful \^^^d& wWtl^ Western Road Plows With one good horse, most any '^^^■*«^^»C?cP%P T^^ Have no Equal. stump of 24 inches can be pulled |& j easily and quickly. ■ ; x^i^^r . agents wanted. -, Austin Well Machines Western Road Grader „ v > i a King of Road Makers. ■' * - ' m HayeS .Ml I Made in all Sizes W\ Western Rock Crusher j[ •-■ and last three times ffj|L Day JliiißL Made in all sizes • ! I '°nger without realrin9> I! « J|^ UQ J W^SS^^S^.' Mounted on wheels. ill than any pump made. Jet-* 1, I i """ vS^^^^^^^m^*^ Light, durable, and will crush any kind ?| ffifTl I 'I I Can be made with them every day in the of rock. :^ 'v;^ s i I Ask for Catalogue and we ] m jMjl year J J Just the thing to build macadam roads. | j wj|| convince you J| I 3?if They are the strongest, simplest and most Austin Rnarl Emm hc - il ■ "' '■'"• * 'II if *'$*& t! ' * durable made. ■ #...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
Road Making 'WyQ I ~ Machines Steel Clad h & The Only Successful ' i S^^ffiSPr-''l^ Western Wheeled Scrapers stum,, Putier Made £e^MRJp ■ ~ ,i' Western Road Plows with one good horse most any "*^NC^^^i pa* Have no Equal. stump of 24 inches can be pulled - ""'^^^^ ! / __ I l/<3®sv\ T It's the simplest, strongest, and '■•«*,:...-. f vi^; > V( I • iV^/il I \ easiest operated grubber ever | j / '\HB^BZaHpf^^!^S!r7 N <, made. .'.^■J&"T^V^^V^i. l iyu?;jfliijj.i.'jjUKTt^. J | Send for descriptive Circular. W^—^ agents wanted. Austin Well Machines Western Road Grader v , m King of Road Makers. ]% HayeS . |f| Made in all Sizes ||\ /C7v L JJLIJ=| and Styles W\ 4t^^»% *?!\\ Double Cylinder w ■ f\\ ' |^f.SSSßaaaSJw^^j^ lL V 7 or oil or Water. I- \ V j \Wj li/ .*^^^^^S^# / \ Guaranteed to pump twice I Ah . \\ §|l^&«^>- -j&^ir^^: ■--- \Jusd\t\. the water, with half the pow- Jp^ "C ttlS r^^^^^rTs Western Rock Crusher ci ' and last three times it !|L Day (M^ y&^ long...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
4 Di \*¥*F A H T"^ A THE ORIGINAL WP«4 ENSILAGE CUTTER !J. KCfflP lYiafllirC m/mmKI^SSK/ntr Should be on the farm of every large dairy- 1 oDfCduCr •'" wßmß^»&^ki^iii*iili.f ¥ Cuts and blows ensilage 50 feet if necessary wMSß^tm^ into silo Spreads any and all kinds of manure; thick or thin. \ fQSliX&\f If ever there was a machine WITHOUT COM- Are you spreading manure by hand? . . M@fl™ flß=i ■■•■'•■'■;■■■ PETITION this is the one. . Which takes three times the quantity? .. BKf e'-| — • Besides time and labor in handling? JOLffwBKm^BKBSm : _B?- jl Wilbur K. Newell, a prominent Oregon farmer, And doesn't spread evenly? A Don't run a losing proposition! Unnuar Dtf%l'fti>tf% nirvAor Buy a Kemp Manure Spreader. Dilley, Oregon, March 31, 1902. nOOVer I*ol.Blo Ulgger It win pay }. or itself m£ [ nv times over Mitchell, Lewis & Stayer Co.: , ■ . The K<Jm jg the most re|jkb| durable and effect . The BLIZZARD SILAGE CUTTER that I pur- I ive spreader manufactured, chased of yo...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
THE RANCH With which la 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 all arrearages or dues must be paid as required by law. Date of expiration of subscription is shown on your paper by address label conta...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
6 Measuring Hay in Stack. The measurement of hay in the stack is a very simple and easy thing. There are many methods of taking these measurements, and so far as we have tested them they are about as accurate as the measurement of cattle, to find their weight. In all seriousness the judgment of a good guesser, who has had some experience in weighing, is much more accurate and worthy of consideration than any rule of measurement by inches and feet in determining weights of hay or cattle. The facts are that scarcely any two stacks of hay will measure out alike, because there is a difference in the kind of hay; some coarse, some fine, some compact, some loose, some medium loose, etc., variously changing to make a difference in weight. It is a guess that has so many figures in its computation that makes it much more hazardous for ac curacy than the plain, simple measurement of a trained eye. To satisfy the curious we append a few methods of hay measurement for what they are worth—collec...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
Who will re-open November Ist, as M. C. Nason & Co. HIS old friends and patrons will be pleased to know that Mr. M. C. Nason will re-open his commission house in Seattle, November Ist. Last November Mr. Nason sold out, reserving the right to reopen in one year as the M. C. Nason & Co. again. Thereby taking the desired rest after fifteen years of the commission business in San Diego and Seattle. THE RANCH M. C. NASON t_
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8 Contamination of Milk. Mr. W. A. Wilson, dairy superintendent, Regina, Canada, says on this topic, that milk as it leaves the udder of a healthy cow is practically pure, free from germs and for eign matter. However, it usually becomes tainted, cither by having mixed with it par ticles of dirt, manure, bedding, hair, etc., during or shortly after milking. Odors are also absorbed from various substances kept in the vicinity of the milk. Bacteria are also introduced directly from the atmosphere, thus causing the production of sour, bitter, slimy or ropy milk. Mr. Wilson goes on to say that milk is contaminated in many cases through carelessness in the barns. There are likely to be particles of dust and dirt in the air and on the bodies of most cows, espe cially about the udder, which readily find ac cess to the milk, chiefly during the milking period. The attempt to prevent this by at taching a strainer to the milk pail during milking is not advisable. Such strainers are cumbersome; ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
We solicit your consignments. We handle hay, grain, feed, butter, eggs, chickens, veal, etc. Very best facili ties for handling goods. Close to docks, railroad tracks and depots. Well known to the wholesale and retail trade. Have a large acquaint ance with country merchants. MATHESON & DEADY Produce \ Provisions You can depend on everything we send you being exactly as we re present == It SHE IOU H QUICK DELIVERY We want ship ments Of Farm Produce of all kinds= = 606 WESTERN AYE. THE RANCH. TEL. MAIN 563 Make a specialty of mail orders. Handle a very large trade with country consum ers, selling them eatables at lowest prices taking pro duce in exchange. Will gladly go out and buy anything we do not carry in stock, in any line, dry goods, hard ware, furniture, etc, Make prompt re turns for consigned goods. Keep shippers posted on market prices and guaran tee to give satis factory returns. _9
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
IO Horticultural Notes By F. Walden The Seattle Daily Times recently con tained an editorial on Nut Growing in the State of Washington. The editor states that the soft shell walnut, commonly known as the English walnut, can be raised in all parts of Eastern Washington. This state ment is made on the authority of A. Yon Holderbeke, the state horticultural commis sioner. 1 know nothing about this state ment of the horticultural commissioner, ex cept what is stated in the Times. He may have been misunderstood. But, I do know that the statement, if made, is incorrect and is calculated to do harm. Should any one be led to plant the English walnut in any considerable quantities in Eastern Wash ington he will meet with disappointment and loss. The writer has this walnut grow ing on his ranch in the Yakima valley, and knows from experience that it will not stand our winters. Whenever we have a cold winter the trees kill to the ground. Should some venturesome man ' plant a grove of these tre...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
For The Farmer of Today | UM JL»^S> <• |*^|||J- J. S. Kemp Twentieth Century Manure Spreader ? Ff ||l , | if'^ A Great Labor Saver and Economizer. Write us for further particulars. pj r i • DEFIANCE FARM TRUCK Best on Earth for the Money. Every Rancher Need* One. v - . .' y' Chilled Plows ■ ; ' /T*Hfl "X «T Grading Plows '^^5;:™^:...,,.:;...,,,....,..:;; ■^^^f wn7^^^|T T" "''^ifc^ ■::• -^^E^-^ i; -~ All Kinds of Plov^s '""'"$:;::'" ''lh '■iiliii^'lui, ;:::::,!i t ,^ ■;■"'"' 'y^;..': "''■' " " ' *J'";; ' J If '»■ « I 1/ «■ H Spring Wagons HHH m* $MBf!*RW'^::TM~ *WJ^^^^^ POLSON IMPLEMENT <& HARDWARE CO. 808 WESTERN AVENUE, SEATTLE THE RANCH II
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12 HORAN'S RIVERSIDE STOCK FARM. We are able to reproduce herewith some beautiful views of the Riverside Stock Farm, Wenatchee, owned by M. Horan, and located at the junction of the Wenatchee river with the Columbia. This is one of the finest farms in that far famed valley, well improved with modern buildings and including a handsome resi dence, the superior of which would be hard to find on any northwest ranch. Mr. Horan is one of the most wide-awake citizens of Wenatchee valley, being always among the first to enter into any progres sive movement for the betterment of his section. He was one of the original organ izers of the Chelan Fair Association and is still actively identified with its interests. He is a lover of fine stock and has upon his farm a fine herd of Shorthorn cattle, a view of part of the herd accompanying this article. These Shorthorns are of the best breeding possible for him to obtain and he is building up one of the best herds to be found in the Northwest. lUVK...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
In addition to the goods handled by Beall & Co., of Portland, Ore., as de scribed in their advertisement on page 3, they are also Coast agents for the Western Wheeled Scraper Co., and the Austin Mfg. Co., who are making a very modern line of railroad contract ors' supplies and ditching machinery for irrigating purposes. The Western line of elevating graders, scrapers, plows, dump cars and dump wagons are very popular for railroad contract ors, and the elevating grader is one of the most economical ditch-making machines in the world today. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they can not reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to CUM it you must take internal remedial. Hall's Catarrh Cure is 1 taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In tills coun try for years and is a regular prescription. It ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
M BROMUS INERMIS Bromus inermis (smooth, awnless, or Hungarian Brome-grass) is a very hardy perennial grass, with smooth, upright stems from 18 inches to 3^ feet high, and with open panicles or seed heads 4 to 8 inches long. It has a very heavy system of roots and un derground root-stalks, which after it is well established makes a very tough sod and gives it great drouth-resisting qualities. It is a native of Europe and Asia, and has been known for over a hundred years, but was not cultivated until a few years ago, because it was thought it would become a pest simi lar to quack grass if cultivated. Dur ing the last decade it has come very rapidly into prominence in this coun try. It has grown in most of the western and northwestern states, and reports have been made by the North and South Dakotas, Nebraska, Colo rado, Montana, Wyoming, Washington and Idaho experiment stations. These reports have been favorable to the grass. Because of its great drouth resisting qualities, Bromus In...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
Faculty of The Acme Business College What Ole Ceacb Practical Instruction Bow ttlc Ceacb BOOKKEEPING _ . . , .. By actual business practice—from the ARITHMETIC gy PfaCtlCal TeaCherS .trt to finish-in the Bookkeeping De- COMMERCIAL LAW J partment. SHORTHAND p* n i« 1 n U TYPEWRITING UIVCS rraCllCal KeSUItS Students in our Shorthand Department PENMANSHIP. are given dictation hy experienced attor- ENGLISH BRANCHES GRADUATES GUARANTEED POSI- ne Ys- RAPID CALCULATION TIONS, or cost of tuition refunded. All students receive individual instruc- APPLIED MATHEMATICS. Write for particulars. tions as well as class drills. A TYPEWRITER FREE TO EACH SIX MONTHS' STUDENT First Class Correspondence School for those at a distance. Our Work is Thorough; Our Results Satisfactory to all; Our Graduates Successful; Our Rates Reasonable. For full particulars and catalogue address McLAREN & THOMSON, Principals Corner Second and Pike Streets, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. THE RANCH 15
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16 ■ '* * * I == x ' w~ —-^^~~~ I Itßw - % ■- % _-- BBB& t^Bm il'':^i//^^^f^^HP^^^^V^^ (ell m. .v 1 * ? 5 ■ | s j We Handle the GREAT DISBROW and VICTOR Combined Churns. All Sizes. ..- y ~ FARRINGTON PASTEURIZER. WIZARD TESTER. Our Latest. Pasteurized Butter means more money m your As usual, "The Best." We have Testers in pocket. Our machine does the work RIGHT. As usual, "The Best. We have Testers in all sizes, from 2 bottles up. . rr% isc _^^jkKß^ / J *" * HCiric v^o«s l * every test.. THE GREAT FARRINGTON CREAM REFINERS. DE LAVAL DAIRY SUPPLY CO. 9-1 1 DRUMM ST. 65 FRONT ST. SAN FRANCISCO. PORTLAND, ORE. THE RANCH.
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 September 1903
HUMMING BIRD. ! . ' 180 lit. Cap. ■„...' ; . . ' : ' ' ' : ' fin " ■ The Superior Qualities of £OB(30^ ip De M (ream Separators ~^r •IS3BSr^ ... Over other makes are clearly shown by the exceptionally great ~ \r^^^^^Ml j|«| demand for them the present season. While the defects in others Ml §giJ2& \OM& '"m'\ are rapidly showing- up in the shape of endless cost for repairs and ■H BT ,;;?!;., /^HIIm !5? • poor work, we find the De Laval praised and recommended to other II ■ J^Hlfc^lL intending buyers I>\ all who know and use them. IV .JllliSßii^Sfc Its perfect skimming, easy running,, durability, neatness and ffi^^*^^ M 40BsBjM^B^&^ the very simple manner of keeping the bowl clean tell the story. m^^—MaasHi J^^pHiKpiiiii While capacity of the different sizes of De Laval machines have «*" '^"^-jiL §W -■^Slife been largely increased, the price remains the same. Drop us a card ■mfflfcf^HHlß^: If SB- v! lnr mformation on De Laval Cream Separators or anything in the li 111 I...
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i 8 Development of the Dairy and Pure Food Law By E. A. McDonald, State Dairy and Food Commissioner. There is nothing more interesting than to watch the growth and develop ment of a child. As it opens its eyes it little dreams that the world it looks out upon is a world of struggle, of progress, of achievement; it does not realize the problems which will re quire solution at the different stages of its career. Watch it struggle to rise to its feet by clenching its hand around the legs of the chair, only to fall and bump its head against the floor. It has begun the struggle which will never cease while the heart beats, and yet this struggle is building tis sue,, expanding the mind and making character. The same may be said of any industry, it struggles, it expands, it requires character to lay the foun dation, to build the walls, to put on the roof, so that the storms of com mercial strife will not destroy it. The dairy industry of this state had its struggles, but it has expanded. I...