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Wool Growers, Dealers f Owners of Sneep
ME PHY PROMPT CHSH FOR
SfHEiESI 3 PEJIjTS etxxd WOOL
. WOOL SACKS FURNISHED IF DESIRED
SEATTLE WOOLEN MILL CO. - -■ Seattle, Wash.
WAKEMAN, OHIO, Sept. 16, 1897.
Editor RANCHE AND RANGE: Well sir, Delaine trade
is booming; have only a few year and 2-year-old rams left.
Could furnish a few very good 140 to 150-pound rams, with
good forms, well covered over body, face and legs; with good
staple of Delaine wool and sheep entirely smooth, at $15 to
$25 per head. Two-year-olds same price. Could pick up a
single deck load in this vicinity at $12 to $15 per head.
A. T. GAMB-ER.
Ohio Boy, the fine ram illustrated in this journal last week
la owned by Mr. Gamber. He explains that he has refused $200
for him this season. Western breeders who are desirous of
securing good stock will find their correspondence promptly
Wanted —Man or firm of experience to start a scouring
plant and woolen mill in the Yakima Valley. Three million
pounds wool tributary there now, and quantity rapidly in
creasing. Unexcelled water power and site offered free. For
further particulars correspond with the editor of RANCHE
The number of sheep fed for market in Nebraska in 1896
was 600,000, and this year the number is expected to reach
Smythe and Cox have arrived at Yakima with 200 fine
bucks for sale.
A trainload of 10 or 12 cars of fat hogs from the corn
region is now on its way here for the Union Meat Com
pany. There has been a larger demand than usual for hog
products, and as the supply is short hogs must be imported.
We pay good wages to canvassers to solicit sub
scriptions in all of the Northwest States. Call on or
write to us for steady employment.
Our General Catalogue
and Buyer's Guide
FALL AND WINTER
Ii ready for distribution. It .has [overJSOO
paffM, 11.000 llluoti-iitioiis. and more than
40,000 Ih m: ipl inns with Prices. In ordering
from us you have a Million Dollar slock of
(.uiiiN to select from.
YOUR MONEY REFUNDED
IF GOODS ARE NOT AS REPRESENTED
Semi Fifteen Cento to partly pay postage or
expressage, and we will send you a copy of
our General Catalogue and liuyer's (luide.
MONTGOMERY WARD £ CO.
The Great Mail Order House
111 to 1-20 Michigan Avenue, - - CHICAtIO
RANCHE AND RANGE.
Shorthorn Cattle. Poland China Swine
f??;£ C. F. ELWEII
Novelty, King County, Wash.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reference, First National Bank,
Correspondence and inspection invited.
ERNEST PEYCKE ■ JULIUS PEYCKE
BROKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Pacific Coast Products. Green and Dried Fruits,
Canned Goods, Honey, Etc.
OMKHH, NEB. DES MOINES, 17*.
Warehouse on track. No cartage. Liberal advances made on
No storage charges. consignments.
First-class References furnished upon application ■—^-»
I '111 I M I. N. Hague, Mgr. J. Swalwell. Treas.
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UttUllUl flUll UyUiUillV Manufacturers ami Dealers in nil kinds of
vwfitvi *•■■ ft/ PACKING CASES
Berry Crates and Fruit Boxes. A specialty of Egg
Cases, Butter Boxes, Butter Plates, and all kinds of
Telephone Black 1202 TACOMA, WASH.
We have a number of choice
jrnraftfc BEES for Sale
Ky^S '" our own hives, at bargain prices.
4T \t P V PURNiriC J& RRHQ 2704 South C street.
M t. Ei. rnliJiltlli a dKUo. tacoma, wash.
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