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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 January 1904

NOTES ON THE SHEEP. Ohoteau county, Montana, with 4,4aa,aua pounds, ergus county 4,137, - -uuu pounus ana Ouster county 3,245, --i)i pounus or wooi, are tue Uiree largest, sneep shearing counties in the uUited spates, inia is acoraing to the uniteu States census.. • • » Don't forget that your stock need to be well supplied with salt during vie winter niontns. Unless tney have sau, no matter now wen leu, they win not tnnve. Neither will they inrive ii lice and Ucks . torment tneui ana suck, tne life uiood troin their uoaies. '■*■ *?*■*/-. trofessor Kennedy, .of the lowa ex periment station,, says there are bUU iviuus oi weeus anu grasses growing m me agricultural states, and of tnese sneap eat 000, noises eat 02 ana cat ue eat 00. lie says sneep reiisn most *,ecus and uo we^i on tnem; tnereiore eviy iarin oi a quarter section snouiu uavt) at least a nocK of twenty-nve sneep to neiy Keep uown tue weeds, ana small uocks pay tneir way on moat larms in tnis way. -■• . * * * The vaiue 01 ...

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 January 1904

12 ON BEING BLIND. (Robert Montgomery, editor Puyal hip Tribune,) Did it ever occur to you that it is not wise to see too much; that, in truth, one of the greatest joys of earth is judicious blindness? For if it be true that it is a valuable acquire ment to be able to see everything in one's widening horizon, it is also true that it is never wise to employ this acquirement always in fullest meas ure. To know when to keep one's eyes open is worth studying, to know when to keep one's eyes shut is an equally desirable accomplishment. Pa rents, preachers, editors, and other people burdened with less responsi bility, need to exercise judicious blindness. It never pays to see all the pecadilloes of the little people or the larger ones. There are specks on every Soul, inherited or acquired. It does not help to get rid of them for you to peer and peck at them. Let the scar alone and talk healingly. Do not tear it with constant, close inspec tion. The employer who succeeds in getting the mos...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 January 1904

**^^Sgtf^6* SANDERS W^Jri,j DISK PLOW... Simplest and Most Perfect Made. Before you give your order for a Disk Plow be sure to Examine the Sanders For sale by THE OLD RELIABLE HOUSE OF Mitchell, Lewis &Stayer Co. PORTLAND, OREGON. Spokane Seattle Boise Salem Medford Send for Special Circular. v#^\ Triple Daily Train Service If j Between v3d;^?V Puget Sound Points and St. Paul, Minneapolis *Z<§&^ And All Points East. .".••■■"■■■■•" • ■ ■ ■. .■«■". ■. ■■ . • ■ "• •..■■•■ The "North Coast Limited." The most perfectly appointed trains on the Continent. Special Homeseekers' rates via the Northern Pacific up to Nov. 30th. $25 from St. Paul. $35 from Chicago. ...... Pullman and Tourist Cars. Dining and Observation Cars on every train. For rates, tickets and all information call on or write to I. A. NADEAU, A. D. CHARLTON, Genl. Agent, Seattle, Wn... A. G. P. A., Portland, Ore. COLD STORAGE. Newest and Best Equipment in the Northwest. Brick Buildings. Low Insurance Rate. Wharf an...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 January 1904

14 Macaroni Wheat A crop for dry land.- Will thrive on 10 inches of rainfall. Yields 50 per cent more than ordinary wheat. This Wheat will make it possible to har vest a crop from thousands of acres in the 1 V//// Northwest now considered too dry for \i . 1 All/1 ( Wheat crop. \\ \\ VI /• Tnis Sra*n was originally imported from \\i I / A 111 Algeria by the United States Department V 1 I///1 / I of Agriculture, and has been grown in the l\ \ Mil 1/ // / dryer portions of Dakota and Minnesota, Ml ill VI I where the ordinary Wheat would not pro l NIA 11 111/// duce a paying crop. In a recent letter from In I 111 nil // Hon- James Wilson, Secretary of Agricul- VlftAll 111/ // tuTe ' he says: "From twenty to forty bush -11l ill /111/// els an acre are received from Macaroni \An\ll /111/// Wheat in the light rainfall countries, and l\l\s/lfl/// people are greatly pleased with it." This A\llUl\i lly //'' from so high an authority as Secretary l\\lVYsilifll // / Wilson speaks well for this ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 January 1904

Perfect, Portable x • Power IN ML^^i Gemmer I JjPSjjK^lP Gasoline .■^fejVHiTai^^^.^^s^^ Engine. v" Is an all j day digger that never tires or fails. The best power for Dumping water, running Cream Separ ator wood saw, fan mill, churn, grln-1 Stone washing machine, etc. Uses leasi rue? IB always ready. Develops full id H. P. costs but 2& cents per hour when running. Is very simple . and Strong. Guaranteed 2 years. Send for circular. , A. M. TERRELL 2511 Wetmore Aye., Everett, Wash.. ? Farm ;j' For \\ Sale 160-acre ranch, two miles from Chelan, on good county road; 40 acres under cultivation; good, level land, clear of rock; fenced with three wires. 120 acres pas ture land, that is homestead re . linquishment, i all fenced; • three springs on the place. Best fruit land in county. Good I range;: plenty of timber convenient; small house. Offered at a bar gain. Address G. Robinson, 324 Fifth Avenue, Vancouver, B. C. Want You to Know that J. S. KEMP TWENTIETH CENTURY MANURE SPREADER i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 1 January 1904

i 6 HEADQUARTERS FOR CREAMERY, CHEESERY AND DAIRY t^ak MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES |, | jiOjffjP GENERAL AGENCY FOR Tubular Cream Separator tfv^^^U^H . The only Tubular Bowl Separator on the market. The only light-running. t Add to ihis: MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES .t o -wash ( GENERAL AGENCY FOR Tubular Cream Separator The only Tubular Bowl Separator on the market. The only light-running. Add to this: Large-capacity, heavy-cream, low-price, Tne on j y easy-to-wash, ll i'>lfl cleanest-of-skimming, and we have told our story. When 11 li'<l^9Ffl you purchase a Separator, see that you get one that em- The only low-supply-can, il I'^H bodies these qualifications. The Tubular is the only one that does. Over 1,200 of them now in use in the coast sec "ffBS^BMBBBHWW^^^ lion of the Stale of Washington alone. M j&m ■KkJ^Bß^^^^^^^^?l|^ Are you aware of the fact thai almost all of the Cream- Agb^pK \ \ \ cries in t he slate are using the Squeezer Combined Churn Mmmß^'ifch, \ and worker? If you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

FULL, REPORT OF STATE DAIRYMEN'S MEETING THE RANCH . VOL. XXI. NO. 2. A MILLION PAID FOR. CREAM Immense Cash Disbursement During 1903 by the Hazelwood Creameries in the Northwest Are you making your cream into ordinary ranch butter, which brings the lowest market price ? Are you selling your cream to some one who makes it into ordinary creamery butter that brings an ordinary price on the market? Are you selling your cream to the Hazelwood Creamery, which makes it into butter bringing the highest price on the market? Getting a fancy price for Hazelwood butter makes it possible for the Hazelwood Cream Company to pay you a fancy price for your cream. See the point? Drop a line to Hazelwood Co., Portland or Spokane, and get their ideas on how to make more money milking. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, JANUAKY 15, 1904. Subscriptions 50c. per Year.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

2 THERE IS TM THERE IS SATISFACTION A SATISEACTION I I*PfHTI NPflflP^Tftr fUill In trading with a house that is I^IVUIII vJ V|JUI U LVI n ft acknowledged to be the best in That yon know is the best. J^iiftkjfti We are an exclusive Dairy Why take any chances on an fBMB&tfKM W&*s£^&J a i _ A , . x inferior and unreliable ma- 3lßsSß^BlliF^ Supply House ' the larest on chine? '*<:^^_r^ili|pnSiil "*''' the Pacific Coast. THE DE LAVAL. De Laval Cream Separators CHURNS BUTTER WORKERS CREAM TESTERS VATS SCALES ENGINES HORSE POWERS BOILERS DOG POWERS GASOLINE ENGINES ETC., ETC. Our new and complete Catalogue will be ready for distribution in January. Send us your name and address now and receive a copy free. De Laval Dairy Supply Co. 9 Driimm Street 65 Front Street San Francisco, Cal. Portland, Ore. JENERAL AGENTS IN PACIFIC STATES FOR DE LAVAL SEPARATORS. THE RANCH.

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

FTI MERZ DAIRY SUPPLY CO. dgfiii Jl Ili'lH ' SEATTLE, WASH. || || fjf|fi J&C2~£*^& Sell Full Line of Apparatus for the Xs^. „JjOF WsM\ Cheese Factory, .^'•■■^^fflH^K. V' MILK DEALER 4&mJEB&&& > DISBROW CHURNS, MWt :1^ victor churns. Jh-,JI HI '' II IDEAL MILK TESTERS, PiSiS 11 '^p|l^^ IDEAL SKIM MILK WEIGHERS. HIK &f^ JUMBO BUTTER MOLDS AND CUTTERS, IrTl SIMPSON'S BABY BUTTER MOLDS. [W l^Vl M^^^^^HJlH^l^^^^^^^^^^^^l^^^^^^^^^^^Hl Metal Dairy Utensils, , ]Q^oio^ {■aKT fr^S-^ STANDARD BUTTER CUTTERS FOR TUB _flß^^B .^^^^H "" '''!>l^hh ' ' Hi Mj il& j^^^M^^^^B MOULTON'S "CADILLAC" BUTTER AND VI —JJl'mil* ■ ill v ■!§ ft v' j —-^—^^— —^^——^— i?^i^^^^^BSfl^Bw f^^ HE U? W''-(Ssft rW BUHL MILK CANS. /^THImI ' BjjMHMSßßt^s3WiM^g(|wSHK3aß^BPtSßgßß!Miafi^ Agents for the Reliable .-.- ■ ■■■:■■.■. . /*lv^l BbV. =r l^." • -i!^ T*<°i <ffiT lKiiii><MniniwgTifßr nwrßaßfcasaeaaHßaiwaJ The lea(er in dose skimming, durability and ease of '"' i^^^^^^^gjff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

4 Horticultural Notes _By F. WALDEN. Dr. J. E. Crichton, a leading physician of Seattle and a member of the city council, has a forty-acre orchard in the Yakima valley. For some years past he has frequently con sulted the writer of these notes with refer ence to the care of his orchard. A letter has just come to hand from him in which he says: "Any time I get into trouble I seem to turn naturally to you for advice. Now my man writes me he is afraid that on some of my trees he has found San Jose Scale. He is wor ried on account of the same. I have written him to send me some of the bark and apples upon which he finds scale, that I may have same examined. Now, if the beast is present in my orchard what shall I do and when and how? I am not losing any sleep over the matter, but want to be on hand to kill them off in the highest style of the art and at the time when they can be most easily reached. T wish also you would write me the name of the maker of the Paris Green you use." If thes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

Green to contain not less than 50 per cent, of pure arsenic in combination and not more than four per cent, of free arsenic. The very best Paris Green does not contain more than oS per cent, of arsenic in combination, the other ingredients being acetic acid and copper. What 1 would recommend all to do is to buy your Paris Green early in the sea son and then send samples to Pullman and hive it tested. If it does not come up to the required test, don't use it all. One advantage of buying it of some one in this state is that if it does not come up to the legal standard of purity, you can recover from the seller. 1 would not in any case use untested Paris Green, hence the name of the maker is im material. * # # The following inquiry comes to hand from Phil. Rose, of Wenatchee: "Please publish in The Ranch a good recipe for making white wash for fruit trees —one that will be effec tive and adhere to the tree.'' In answering Mr. Rose it is possible to miss the point as to being effective,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

6 THE RANCH With which is consolidated The Washington Farmer, The Pacific Coast Dairyman, The Farmer and Dairyman, The Farmer and Turfman. Issued Ist and 15th of each month. PHIL. L. AXLING, Editor MILLER FREEMAN - - Publisher Editorial Offices : Seattle, Wash. Tel. Main 1265—Long Distance Connection. BUSINESS OFFICES: Seattle - - - Third Floor Downs Bldg. Spokane, Alexander & Co., 521 First Aye. Subscrlption (in advance), one year, 50 cts.; six months, 30 cts. If on time, sub scription will be one dollar. Seattle sub scribers are required to pay $1 per year, on account of local postage. Agents wanted in every town to solicit subscriptions. Good commission and sala ries 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 alone on the paper. We...

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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 January 1904

STATE DAIRYMEN'S CONVENTION Held at North Yaklma December 29, 30 and 31, 1903. ReDorted by H. L. BLANCHARD. The State Dairymen's Association met in annual convention at North Yakima on December 29, 30 and 31. The sessions were largely attended by the representative dairymen and creamerymen of the state, and much work of great value was accomplished. The convention convened at 10:30 a m of December 29, and the re mainder of the forenoon was taken up in impromptu talks on live sub jects by Dairy Commissioner E. A. McDonald, James Hart and others. At the opening of the afternoon ses sion President Blanchard read his an nual address, which, with other pa pers, appears in full elsewhere in this issue of The Ranch. A lively discussion followed the reading of the address, which was brought out by what is said with reference to the selling in this state during the winter months of Eastern butter, made dur ing the early summer months, under the guise of fresh creamery butter. Dairy Commissio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

8 through our carelessness or otherwise, will take years for us to redeem. I also hold it to be equally our duty to give publicity to any practice or sys tem calculated to injure the business of dairying in this state, through plac ing on the market dairy products of inferior quality. (Applause.) Dr. Nelson, who at first held to the ideas expressed by Mr. Woll. shouted: "That is right!" A buttermaker from Seattle detailed the practice in the city by stating that the city creamery made three grades of butter, the lowest grade being made from the poorest quality of cream. A Member —What is done with such butter? Answer —It is sold to the restau rants and mostly consumed before too old. Mr. McDonald —I am surprised at the admission made by the gentleman. The quality of much of our butter certainly needs looking after. The question came up as to the best method of reaching and helping the creamery patron in order that a gen eral improvement as to the condition of the cream when reaching...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

hr particular, sent out into all of the dairy districts that .enthusiastic and Indefatigable institute worker, Prof. SDillman to instruct our people in the fundamental principles of dairying un der the new methods. Many of us well remember the professor's earnest talks on the subjects of breeding, feed ing and caring for the dairy cow; the crops to grow and the best methods of cultivation; the care of milk from th<> cow to the separation of the same; cream refining; bacteria, good and bad, and their development; butter making, cheese making and curing, and so on. Thus our progressive dairy men came to realize the importance of a more perfect understanding of the controlling principles underlying their work, which was followed by a gradual improvement in the quality of our dairy products. Soon, how ever, a few of our commission houses established creameries in the cities and distributed the hand separator among the dairymen throughout the state, who shipped and continue to ship...

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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 January 1904

1(1 me is very difficult, as it is one which admits of much discussion. First. I am going to view this sub ).><■! from ibo standpoint of the unbe liever. There arc dairymen who think thoir ipsts should not vary, as it is hold by many that the test of a cow or herd of cows should remain the same, that is a four per cent cow always, a the per cent cow is a five per cent cow. and so on, and should so remain. There are others who it ihey do not hold this extreme view jus- advanced cannot see why the poorly wintered cow which freshens in tho spring with barely strength enough to bring forth her young should not give just as high testing milk as the same animal, slick and fat on the manned grasses of fall and much advanced in lactation, or if they can see this fact so patent, they main tain that the test should be just the same at. any season of the year as it was the corresponding season of the previous year, and they come to the creameryman and say something like this: "I have the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

although an -unusual food may for a time disturb the composition of a cow's milk an unusual excitement may affect her likewise. Fatigue, weather condition, and many other things have their influence, yet there will be a constant tendency for her to come back to that condition by which she was by nature endowed. Now, in order to make some of the facts before presented more forcible, I wish to quote the following: "Cows vary in the quality of their milk from one milking to the next, and from day to day, the quality rising and falling without apparent cause." Such changes are usually within one per cent of fat, but it is probably possi ble that cases may occur of doubling in the richness of the milk during different times in the same period of lactation. The variations which may occur from day to day in the composition of the mixed milk of a herd are illus trated by analyses of the mixed milk of a herd of 13 cows, for a period of 32 days. The percentage of fat rang ed from 3.63 to 4.59...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

V 2 The Easy Running Empire It is now almost a year since we established a branch house at.Portland, in order to be able to supply the demand for the EMPIRE CREAM SEPARATOR on the Pacific Coast. We have endeavored to fill orders promptly, and thereby please our customers. Our trade has far exceeded our expecta-• tions, which goes to show how well the Easy Running EMPIRE can please. - | We wish to thank.all the users of the EMPIRE for their liberal patronage, and extend a special invitation to all others inter ested in Cream Separators to thoroughly examine the EMPIRE before purchasing. The accompanying cut shows three principal features that please the users of the EMPIRE. The cut on the right is the upper or neck-bearing for the bowl spindle, and is the only frictional bearings used in connection with the runningr bBBBsTT HlX\^L^l 1H W l^ Tffl I*ITI ll I n »^L^L^L^M of the bowl; notice the spring on this bearing—it , Hn^sflH^^fMMTMfl^^fl lIIIUMJI '''"' '"' a^ justed when becoming w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

The Easy Running Empire A FEW REASONS WHY - THE EASY RUNNING EMPIRE DIFFERS FROM OTHER SEPARATORS Instead of turning heavy and thus requiring a man, the EMPIRE turns easy and a child can run it. Instead of having a large^ieavy bowl, that a woman can hardly lift from the frame, or get into a dish-pan to wash, the EMPIRE has a small, light bowl that is easily handled. . .;■•■' ' .. Instead of having a lot of pieces, hard to clean, or unget-at-able, the EMPIRE has but few and those perfectly smooth, and all parts visible to the eye. Instead of leaving a lot of butter-fat in the skim-milk, the EMPIRE skims to a trace. Instead of a lot of gearing, the EMPIRE has but — just what is necessary to run the bowl. .. Instead of the old style ratchet, the EMPIRE has the improved clutch. . . i IN THE PAST THREE YEARS THE SALES OF THE EMPIRE CREAM separator HAVE INCREASED MORE THAN 1,000 PER CENT. ■ - - - ... . _ » . . And the demand still increases. There is a reason for this—every EMPIRE sold. p...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The ranch. — 15 January 1904

14 WALKS AND TALKS ON WESTERN AVEXI'E. By F. Walden ___ Liist week the attention of our readers was directed to the conuriiwion houses on the west side of Western avenue, between Co lumbia and .Madison streets. Here within two blocks can l)e found most of the houses which handle fruit, potatoes, butter, eggs, cheese, and poultry, including rabbits and veal, lint there are some houses not on the west side of the avenue and some not be tween Columbia and Madison. On the corner of Madison and Western avenue and on the east side can be found the house of Aggers & Bosworth. Mr. Bosworth was in when the "Walks and Talks" man called and he was found to be an affable gentle man. They handle vegetables, poultry and eggs. They do not do a commission busi ness at all but buy direct from the producers. Those having these commodities to sell can write the firm and will no doubt receive courteous treatment. Some producers pre fer this way of doing business. # * # Just north of Aggers & Bo...

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