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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 1 January 1898

ILDRIDBE.JOHNSON & CD. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Wholesale Dealers In Fruits, Hay, Grain, Beans, Pro * duce. 152S Pacific Aye. TACOMA, WASH. San Francisco office—l2l-123-186 Washington Street P. O. BOX 2256 IGUFFORD A POSTON » * General Commission aud Brokerage J Consignments Solicited.... » J 823-835 Railroad Aye. - - Spokane, Wash. SEATTLE PRODUCE C 0... GENERAL. COMMISSION OEAL.ERS Hay, Giain, Flour, Feed, Fruits, Poul try^ Vegetables and all kinds of Farm Produce. Tel. Main 173. Foot Madison street, OommereUrwharf. Seattle. Wuh EAST LAKE POULTRY YARDS FOR SALE One pen (4) Golden Bearded Polish, #6.00; One Pen (4) C. Indian Games, »6.0o; One B. P. Rock Cock, |2.60; One S. Wyandot Cockerel, |2.00. ...Yards... Mrs. C. C. Mathews, 1614 Federal Avenue P. O. Address 89 Hluckley Block. Botel gartbolet MICHE S & TIMM, Prop, Moderate Rates. Free Sample Room. NORTH YAKIMA One Block From Depot. ...WASH... FOR ONE MONTH ffi f r> l« t g Cherry, Pear, Plum and Apple Trees at 10c. each. ...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 1 January 1898

THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF SPRAY PUMPS in ttie lk/L&LxrT*sLGtm _ . |r« BOrdea"X N°ZZle ' SEND FOR M ill 14H SPECIAL \Mftj/ J|jjlf CATALOGUE 1 I Beau Hydraulic Pump. Vermorel Nozzle. Hop Nozzle. Myers Bucket and Barrel Pump. 308-310 E'irst Avenue «Sovitlx, ' Seattle, Wash. FRANK J.MERZ 11 MSfw^^h ALL KINDS OF DAIRY SUPPLIES flk i^HHfiglP^ DAIRY and CREAMERY SHIPPING CANS. The Empire Hand Power Separator lU BH Hiß'llSlil' ill Tlie best proof of the good quality of my cans and supplies is that I |H|^HHH^BBHSBBHHBB |3|H ■W:jjm|ll|'i||f II! HI continue to receive the patronage of the largest creameries and Dairies in the lIOMIH i^Hllfflli ill I I "-ill * guarantee my prices to be the lowest consistent with good quality. Ififlf lilllß ■Bt'l|liS*^%fflP Agents for the EMPIRE HAND POWER SEPARATOR, easiest to |f& j, ijf Jifißil^ W^ Catalogues and Price Lists sent free of charge upon application. H^SmSSRMH This is the Best Milk Cau Earth. VI "f "7 Ml A I (VI CTDCCT B "¥ \ I- l^ .Our Own...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

RANCH AND RANGE ISSUED EVERY WEEK Vol. 3, No. 40. SEATTLE and SPOKANE, WASH., JANUARY 8, 1898. $1.00 Per Year. LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST OF Agricultural Implements Embracing the most popular approved lines Everything that * " 'A ' FARMER NEEDS WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS "BABY" DE LAVAL HAND SEPARA- fl^flfi WSfUHT TORS. capacities INCREASED mßm Improve Your Dairies. DESIGNS IMPROVED ltl „ , ,_ ,_ ' IKY Ht^ , FARM BUTTER UNSALABLE -That this is a positive Make them cheaper than ever before Ml H H^a. Bin fact is too well known. The storekeepers all over the ... ,-;:,J[ ,„. . m^M 'BiR«4JL«»«^ country are now actually obliged to turn down FARM Rnhv No i PiiflrantfpH five nniinds tipr linnr D wk aßl>Bffr<flE?pß9U k ■ BUTTER because there is no market for it. It does not Baby WO. 3— guaranteed 675 pounds per hour. mm as a rule come up to the standard of the public taste, and Baby No. 2—Guaranteed 350 pounds per hour. BE .^WHtf^^S K» erelong it will be impossible to s...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

2 I Perhaps 1 j§ Years ago good Baking Powder jj $ could not be bought for 25 cents $ * per pound. Conditions have $ * changed. $ | CRESCENT | $ Baking Powder at 25 cents is as 3 & pure, goes as far, gets to work $ H as quick as any higher priced J & powder. Try it. ' Get your money & * back if you want it. ® & Crescent Manuf'g Co. & if Tie Calvcrt Cojnpapy... WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 716 FIRST AYE. Booksellers and Stationers Seattle, Wash. PRINTERS AND BINDERS W. H. ADAMS & CO. "SXS."- Solicit Consignments of FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FARM PRODUCE And refer you to the following: leading growers: Hon. D. E. I-esh North Yakima; Purdy J. Flint, North Yakima; E. S. Ridge. Puyallup. f «=s^3^ la about the actual worth of/ 1 |b»|.|... l'!niuimSaJour new book on Incubation .I C^^^^SlJMr U11(1 Poultry. Contains a full } / e@&§&si&ir—lHHHT and complete description of', S the Reliable Incubator 'l .ra^^TmT^ r A the Brooder of same name, I ( "Vy together with cuts and...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

RANCH AND RANGE Vol. 3, No. 40. 50LD A NEW BINDER. WI heard Moore telliiv a feller that he'd just sold you a new binder," said Ike Sellars to 'Squire Bunker, as that gentleman stepped up to the stove in the grocery and spread his hands out before it, partly to warm them and partly to shield his face from the red heat of the stove. "Yes," answered the 'Squire, "my old machine has served me pretty faithfully, and Moore offered to trade it in on a new one at a good figure and T concluded to get a new one." "It would break me up to buy as many machines as you've got on your place," said Ike. "I reckon you've got about an even thousand tied up, take it al| together, with this machine an' that." "Yes, I should say something more than that," answered the 'Squire, rubbing his cheek reflectively. "An' that house you biuli to keep it in cost a good deal, I s'pose," said Ike. "Something like a hundred an' fifty," said the 'Squire. "I done most o' the work myself, you know." "For the life of me...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

4 What The Dairymen Did. The fifth annual meeting of the Washington State Dairymen's Associa tion is now a thing of the past, and it was a success. The papers and lectures given at the meeting were the best that I ever had the pleasure of listening to, and interesting and lively discussions showed that the 65 farmers, creamery and dairymen, with the determination of help ing themselves to all the good things offered. The exhibit of dairy products was undoubtedly the best and largest ever held in this state, there being in all 36 entries. Following are the prize winners: Class A, creamery butter in prints, Whatcom Creamery Co., I. A. Gill more, manager and buttermaker, score, 95, five reams of parchment paper, printed to order, given by Lowman & Hanford, Seattle, and one ton Ashton salt, given by Dairymen's Union, San Francisco; second prize, Pleasant Ridge Creamery Co., N. Larson, buttermaker, score, 93, one gallon Hanson Danish butter color, given by F. J. Merz, Seattle, and on...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST DAY. The meeting was called to order at 2 p. m. by the president, A. H. Meade. He delivered a short address, which was full of potent thought? and well received. "Another year has rolled around since our last meet ing " said he, "and it has been a fairly successful one. Prices have been .rood and the demand a ready one. Notwithstanding this, dairying has not increased to any considerable extent, largely because the people of the Northwest have not been willing to apply themselves to its details. It were better had we 100 dairymen each earning an income of $1,000 per year than one man who takes $100,000 a year from a gold mine. What we desire id this state is to see our valleys filled with homes and our resources most fully developed. In the past year, however, we have made an encouraging record in the improvement in the manner of the conduct of our dairies. We have now a number of first-class dairies, managed by wide-awake men. I have no hesitation in assert...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

6 Blanchard: Though we could secure no conviction in this case, the Dairymen's Association can shame the judge. Though a favorable verdict has not been returned, the fight will do good. Mr. Hart moved that the judge, be put under the ban of condemnation by the association, and the dairy commissioner's action be endorsed. Carried. H. L. Blanchard: I find that it is best to water cows twice. If allowed to get to water only once a day in cold weather it will chill her. This time of year I turn them out at 8 a. m. and 4 p. m. Richards: A cow drinks from 80 to 170 pounds of water daily. He thought it best not to turn them out too early for water —at 10 a. m. in the winter. A dairyman: I think the best way in Western Washington is to have a big shed for the cows, where they can get the water. The applause following this remark indicated its approval. Some one suggested that in that case better dehorn the cows. Kellogg thought it wrong to dehorn, and one or two others seconded his remark. ...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

the formation of the scaly covering. After this they never move about, and m they zrow larger the scale is enlarged and thickened until it forms a very offective armor, within which a great change takes place in the appearance f the insect. The legs and antennae soon entirely disappear and the fe males lose their eyes also. In less than three weeks from the time of hatch intr males change to papue and about a week later auuear as the fully develop ed insect This is a minute, delicate, two-winged creature bearing a straight, Itcmtish appendage at the posterior end. It lives but a short time in this (lnlt condition and proWbly takes no part in the propagation of the species. These are rarely seen except when bred in breeding jars. The females are f u ]] v orown about thirty days after hatching and soon begin to bring forth livin/voung- one female sometimes giving birth to over 500 young. Mr. I 0 Howard has estimated that the descendents of a single female for a Slide season may reach ...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

8 Ranch and Range. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY, In the interests of the Farmers. Horticulturists and Stockmen of Washington, Oregon, Idaho Montana, Utah and British Columbia. Absorbed the " Washington State Monthly." Official organ of the Northwest Fruit Growers' Association, embracing Washington, Oregon Idaho and British Columbia. PUBLISHED BY THE RANCH AND RANGE COMPANY EDITORIAL OFFICES - SEATTLE, WASH BUSINESS OFFICES I Seattle, , - - 315 316 Pioneer Block Spokane, - Suite F Hypotheek Bank Bldg Subscription (In advance) -.------.--- $1.00 per year Address all communications to Ranch and Range, 315-316 Pioneer block. Seattle, Wash. Nothing illustrates better the great value of co-operative organization than the work being accomplished by the Washington State Dairymen's As sociation. The meeting held in Seattle last week was a grand success in every respect, not a single feature coming up to mar the harmony of the ses sions. Not a dairyman was present but has returned to his home with m...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

tfjpt! CROWN GREEN BONE CUTTER fpSH&ll ff^^^ PAPAriTY on POUNDS PER HOUR t CROWN GREEN BONE CUTTER CAPACITY 20 POUNDS PER HOUR PRICE $7.50 i^g^ 7 ~~ NO. 3 PRIZE FEED MILL ««p For Grinding- all Kinds of Grain. If >§?^c Write for Circular or Catalogue ' ■ r^/)B l"' We aim to carry in stock all kinds of Tools and Machinery "SP^O-^ used on the farm. rrSSS3SSr^^™^P^ Call and inspect our goods and prices when in the city. New quarters in STONE BLOCK, *jS§EßmU^s®£^ opposite Northern Pacific Passenger Depot. '^^SsHfySl^^^^ POLSON-WILTON HARDWARE 60. "ISSntwrnSST Are you keeping in mind the date of the Northwest Fruitgrowers' As sociation convention. January 11 to 13. Biggest meeting the organization over had. Winship Bros. Co., of Seattle, report that they are receiving large con signments for the Klondike and state trade. They have one order now en route of 100 tons. W. T. Young, of Sherwood, Ore., wants the address of a breeder of Guernsey cattle in Washington or Oregon. Well, we c...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

to Hiitual Interests of Dairymen, Creamery Hen and Cheese Factory Hen. Address of J. '\ Sharp, Ellensburg, delivered at the rifth annual session Washington State Dairymen's Asso ciation: Mr. President, Ladies and Gentle men: I trust I fully realize the im portance of the subject upon which I am to say a few words. 1 also appre ciate the honor conferred by being al lowed the privilege of addressing the Washington State Dairymen's Associa tion at any of its meetings, but partic ularly so at this annual meeting, held in this the "Queen City of the North west," and I believe I would anticipa c by only a few years if I should say, of the Pacific coast. When I view the buildings and streets of this beautiful city and ob serve the commercial business of its wharves and warehouses; its wholesale establishments and retail emporiums; its magnificent hotels and public build ings, knowing, as I do, that this is the result of only a few years of united and energetic effort of its citizens, I say...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

About Produce Brokers. A shipper writes us: •Editor Ranch and Range: I write you this letter for a little information. I have received letters from Aggers & Parker of 911 West street, Seattle, and the Seattle Brokerage Company, of 2013 First avenue, Seattle, ordering goods These are new firms to me and I do not know anything about them, and would be pleased if you would let me know whether they are responsible parties or not." Upon investigation we have found that the firm of Aggers & Parker has good financial standing and the recom mendations they furnish are good. The Seattle Brokerage Company is a firm that has just started up within the last few days. Their location is in the northern part of Seattle, quite a ways out from the business center. The volume of business being done is small, and when a representative called he could secure no references as to stand ing or financial backing. The man ager is Marion Weston and he is a re cent arrival from Michigan, where he stat...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

\1 Our Perpetual Experience Meeting. We reproduce the question! given in this journal December 4, together with answers so far received. This does not by any means close the list of answers, nor finish tin- discussion. On the other hand, it is expected that even deeper interest will be aroused by keeping our columns open to this topic for a number of issues: 1. What fruit pests are found in your neighborhood? 2. What spraying solution do you use? 3. (a) How many times a year and at what periods do you spray? (b) J)o you prune before spraying? 4. How do you prepare the different spraying solutions? Read over carefully the different solutions printed in this issue that are recommended by the Washington State Board of Horticulture and see if you follow direc tions given in making up your solutions. If not, tell in what respect and why. * If you see any point in these solutions that you think is not right please say so. 5. What kind of spray apparatus do you use? Do you think the pump y...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

The Washington Condensed Milk Company is preparing to move its plant from Seattle to Kent, where they will have improved facilities of supply and be in closer touch with the dairymen. This institution is the forerunner of a large and important industiy and Kent is to be congratulated on securing its location there. It is worthy of note that the creamery department which will be run in connection with this plant will be in charge of D. S. Bowie, who has until recently conducted the Avon creamery. Mr. Bowie carries with him the diploma of the lowa Ag ricultural College, which is pretty good evidence that this company has secured the services of a good man. I am pleased to see you getting out such a good paper, and think that you are doing a good work among the farmers and fruit growers of Wash ington. I find that your paper contains a great deal that is valuable to all who are interested in live stock and in rais ing fruit and produce—a paper that can be recommended to all farmers —th...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

14 SINGLE ISIROwTrEGUOFNS My stock in hands of myself and customers have won a majority of prem -5&2 iums at Seattle and Tacoma for three years. My Single Comb Brown cf&P Leghorn Hen, "Nina Bell," score 94 i and Cock, "Empire Prince," score ojsup 93£, direct from yards of originator of the "Empire Strain," who won &$& many first and second prizes at the 1897 Boston and New York Shows; the greatest in the world. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS I Breed for FANCY and UTILITY, and Won my Share of Prizes at Recent Tacoma Show, viz: First on Cock, Third on Hen and Second on Cockerel Breeding Pen. Young Breeding Stock and Eggs For Sale EGGS, ONE SITTING, $2.00 SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN COCKERELS, $2.00 TO $5.00 THREE SITTINGS, 4.00 BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS, " .... 3.00 S. M. SHIPLEY ADDRESS »*-*■•■.■.■ mm mmmmmmmm 434-435 PIONEER BUILDINB SEATTLE, WASH. SHIP YOUR PRODUCE TO AGGERS & PARKER Commission AND Wholesale Produce Dealers SPECIALTIES OF POULTRY, EGGS AND FRUITS REFERENCE, WA...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

ALDRIDGE.JOHNSON & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS whol e,le 11 ...i.-i— In Fruits Bur, Grain. Benns, Pro- Wholesale A^ TACOMA, WASH. San Francisco offlce-121-123-125 Washington Street. p. O. BOX 2256 — — J CLIFFORD & POSTON I <• General Commission and Brokerage > 4 i consignments Solicited.... > J 823-825 Railroad Aye. ■ - Spokane, Wash. > SEATTLE PRODUCE C 0... i-d- spencer 'General Commission dealers Hay Giain, Flour, Feed, Fruits, Poul try' Vegetables and all kinds of Farm Produce. Tel. Main 173. Foot Madiion ftreet. Commercial Wharf. SeattU. Wuh EAST LAKE POULTRY YARDS FOR SALE One pen (4) Golden Bearded Polish, |5.00; One Pen (4) C. Indian Games, |5.Oo; One B. P. Rock Cock, |2.50; One Wyandot Cockerel, 12.00. ...Yards... Mrs. C. C. Mathews, i 161 1 Federal Avenue P. O. Address 39 Hlnckley Block. E)otel Sartbolet MICHES & TIMM, Prop, Moderate Kates. Free Sample Room. . NORTH YAKIMA One Block From Depot. WASH... FOR ONE MONTH - • l:-'■ $ Pj Cherry, Pear, Plum an...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 January 1898

THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF SPRAY PUMPS in tlxe 3VdCa,3rls-et. iff jßn j^^^f^^^^F Imperial Nozzle, ftf/ SHI rf e.u, No"' SEND FOff '■ /CTll Silli SPECIAL ■ (L'M^ Jill! catalogue II jfc Pnt ™ J Ao* m*^ -Jb? f"^#%/v^i™ t^/^5 / 'S|^gg fill Bean Hydraulic Pump. Vermorel Nozzle. . Hop Nozzle. Myers Bucket and Barrel __ I _J , | , , Pump. MITCHBIvIv, «& CO. 308-310 JB\£j?st: Avenue South, Seattle, Wash. i . FRANK J. MERZ JB I 1 MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN X " ' il ALL KINDS OF DAIRY SUPPLIES il IS Ili I MAKE-A SPECIALTY OF MANUFACTURING jflfi^^^^j|||a^^^^ iIHTI I lW' DAIRY and CREAMERY SHIPPING CANS. I The Empire Hand Power Separator. 'J# I IHj ' | !i| The best proof of the good quality of my cans and supplies is that I ggg«»_«HaMMBMHiMiM 1 ISO 1 1 J continue to receive the patronage of the largest creameries and Dairies in the IIX lM I guarantee my prices to be the lowest consistent with good quality. flHflfl HIP fp Agents for the EMPIRE HAND POWER SEPARATOR, easiest to BSff^Sl JHI (v ?...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 15 January 1898

RANCH and RANGE. Vol. 3, No. 11. I LARGEST ASSORTMENT :■ In the Pacific ftovthxxxest of Agricultural Implements : Embracing the Most popular approved Lines. Everything that a Farmer Needs. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS: "baby" DE LAVAL HAND separators. £%pfi&, |&h'.fljj!ll| 1 TIWPDfITn? VDTTD TIATDTFO CAPACITIES INCREASED . DE- W*f fcING Hill JIU V ill JuUll JJAInIJiO. SIGNS IMPROVED. |»|fe i - FARM BUTTER UNSALABLE.-That this is a positive fact »S«-'a?«s. JkLlI is too well known. Storekeepers all over the country are Make Them Cheaper Than Ever Before. I'SW llph now actually obliged to turn down farm butter.-be- A raJSsPITSjL. KL*J "TIV cause there is no market for it. It does not as a rule come Baby No. ... Guaranteed 675 pound- per honr. f| iMt^-FJb, «P to the standard of the public taste, and ere long it will i>auy «o. o-l*naraiueea 0/0 pounaa per noui. wa WRrftWfeI*1 ''* 'W^'^-> be impossible to sell anything but Separator butter Asa Baby No. Guarantee.! 350 pounds pe...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 15 January 1898

2 RUBBER STAMPS AND STENCILS. Ob EVERY DISCRETION. Made to order and warranted to Please. First class Work and Eastern Prices. Send for descriptive price list to ml g r. H. E. Sharp, Seattle, Wash. 1 HAVE ONLY... A few hen« is the way the a /erage farmer will answer when asked to subscribe for the Pacifc PoUltryman WE DON'T CARE If yon only have a dozen you should have tlio Pacific I'oui,tryman, It is only 60 CENTS A YEAH. PACIFIC POULTRYMAIM, ■ ■■■ll"P*-n Al'l'l. PEA DRIED UU II Rl I L (I PRUNES, POTATOES WAliltUßs». BU™"i Also Hay and Grain. ED. ADAMS' SONS 1131-1533 Pacific ay., Tacoma, Wit, commission. W. H ADAMS & CO, BPv?ash ne ' Solicit Consignments ol Fruits. Vegetate, Fan Produce, And refer you to the following leading growers; Hon D. E. Lesh, North Yakima; Purely J. Flint, North Yakima; H. S. Ridge, Puya!!uj>. SMITHS CASH STORE MARKET STREET FERRY, 8. F. GAL. OHei ladies' Boston Gowns, sizes 32 to 40 of good dark or medium calico, at 85 cents. Ten nis flannel wrappe...

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