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title: 'Ranche and range. (North Yakima, Wash.) 1897-1902, December 18, 1897, Page 14, Image 14',
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Russett" is now "Bullock;" "Red Win
ter Pearmain" is now "Buncombe;"
"Pomme Royal" is now "Dyer;" "Rob
inson Superb" is now "Farrer;" "Am
erican Golden Pippin" is now "Gold
ing;" "Western Beauty" is now
"Grosh;" "Fourth of July" is now sim
ply "July;" "Delaware Red Winter" is
"Lawyer;" "Long Island Russett" is
abbreviated to "Long;" "Pound Sweet"
is now "Pumpkin Sweet;" "American
Beauty" is now "Sterling" and "Edgar
Red Streak" is changed to "Walbridge."
The words "greening," "sweet." rus
set," "beauty, "favorite," "trawberry"
and all such superfluities are eliminat
The names of pears, plums, peaches,
grapes, etc., have all passed under the
pruning knife of the committee. Wher
ever a name was composed of more
than one word these have been short
ened in accordance with the rules.
The American Pomological Society
certainly deserves the thanks of all
fruitgrowers for the excellent work
they have done in the past and for
this much needed reform. The society
meets biennially, the last meeting hav
ing been held in Columbus, Ohio, the
present year. At this meeting the
membership fee was reduced from $4
to $2 per session. This was done with
a view to increasing the membership,
which at present is too low. The so
ciety invites to membership all who are
interested in the development of Amer
ican pomology. . Send your $2 to the
secretary, William A. Taylor, 55 Q St.,
Washington, D. C, or to the treasurer,
Prof. L. R. Taft, Agricultural College,
Mich. The payment of $20 at one time
entitles you to a life membership and
also to the reports of the society since
its birth. To a fruitgrower these re
ports are worth many times the price
of a membership.
J. A. BALMER,
TO THE j^^3iK£k.
FOR lIVl Zt
COLLEGE OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES
South Park, Wash.
Conducted by the Brothers of the Lady of onr
...A SCHOOL FOR 80Y5...
Best of Mental and Physical
PURE * HEALTHY * SURROUNDINGS
The educational courses embrace
all departments of common schooling.
COMPLETE BUSINESS COURSES
Speciailtes of the Language and
PROSPECTUS SENT UPON APPLICATION
RANCH AND RANGE.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner
of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City
of Toledo, ounty and State aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
overy case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of
Kail's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th
day of December, 1886.
(Seal.) A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testi
monials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
The Fastest Train in the World...
THE LONG-TALKED OF LIMITED TRAINS ON
"The fiofthuucster'n Lime"
C, St. P., M. & O. Railway, to run between
<—^Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago
are now in service.
The press as well as the people who have inspected these trains admit
that they represent the acme of the car builders' art. The engine is after
the famous 999 pattern and from end to end the train is vestibuled with
broad plate glass vestibules which completely enclose the platform and add
greatly to the beauty as well as to the comfort of the train.
IF YOU ARE GOING EAST
why not patronize the new
Excursion or other classes of tickets are good on this train and no extra
fares are charged for the superior accommodations.
Tickets, sleeping car reservations and Map folder on application to your
home agent, or address
606 First Avenue, . SEATTLE.
X*. "w. I*A.l*ltl*, Commercial Agent,
A Full Line of General Nursery-
Stock ; Especially
Good \\Tir)ber Apple Trees
AND CHOICE CHERRY TREES
Of all the leading varieties. Send for Catalogue and Price-
JOHN A. STEWART, Proprietor
Christopher, King County, Wash.
E. F. BABCOCK, Waitsburg, Wash.
The Proprietor is a Nurseryman of nearly Half a Century
Stock Guaranteed First Class and True to Name.
Seasonable Prices. Catalogue Free.
BALFOUR, QUTHRIE & CO. " SJM v"d'""
CRAIN DEALERS, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION
Importers of Ore Bags, Hop Cloths, Grain Bags, Twine, etc.
BALFOUR, GUTH RIE & CO., San Francisco, Portland and Tacoma..
ELMWOOD HERD OF A. J. C. C. JERSEYS...
McCombination 30961, a grand son of Brown Bessie 74997, champion cow
of the Columbian Dairy test at Chicago, at the head of the herd. 411.5
pounds butter and 6223 pounds milk average per cow in twelve months. A
few Bull calves for sale from choice cows, also a few grade Jersey heifers,
also a few Buff Leghorn cockrels for sale, out of eggs from S. P. Harris'
yards Palmqua, Neb. ADAM M. STKYKNS, Proprietor,
Box 247. -------- Ellensburg, Wash.
Shorthorn Cattle. Poland China Swine
C. F. ELWELL
Novety, King County, Wash.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Reference, First National Bank,
Correspondence and inspection invited.
CR Uoarf of Choice snort-Horn Cattle for Sale
nil illlfll I From the famous Tom Bates, Amos Crtiikshank,
wU I.IUU.U Reick and Warfied herds.
Also, pure ENGLISH BERKSHIRE Swine and Clydesdale Horses.
Ranch, 6 miles west of Ellensburg. Orders and inquiries promptly at
tended to. Correspondence solicited.
WM. A. CONANT,
Breeder of Short-Horn Cattle, English Berkshire Hogs and Clydesdale
GIBBS' LOCK-LEVER POST-HOLE DIGGER
T*%S^^**SflS& Tllis '"' resents a inn
i i <^fj^ '''"'' want as a labor-saving de-
Je*i& DIGGING POST-HOLES
ifiKiHJw . mi the ranch, or for putting In
flfflß'lJJl telephone polos. As a labor
WImIJ IImP saver it has no equal. One man
ffi^JP^Si with tins idol can do as much
jESm^itgr I work as three men could tin
U0 ' vlmlilMmk ' I *»** AGENTS wauled in every
mW^^^M^k General Manager-
DO YOU WANT BREEDERS ?
I offer for a short time, 40 fine White Wyandotte cockerels from $1.50
to $2.50 each; worth from $4 to $7.
Also, light Brahma cockerels at $2.00 to $2.50.
One trio of Light Brahmas—Felch cock ; Ist pullet at Portland, '97, score
93#; pullet at Portland, scoring 89%, cut 2% on weight; cards by Browning
with birdsjworth $25, only $9.
One trio of White Wyandottes—cock and yearling hens; well worth $18,
only $8 J. R. WALTHEW, 200 Burke Bldg, Seattle, Wash.
ERNEST PEYCKE JULIUS PEYCKE
RIUERTON HERD OF JERSEYS
Headed by SCRIBE, 22373, a son of DIPLOMA, 16219, sire of 31 tested
cows, including Merry Maiden, winner of sweepstakes award for best indi
vidual cow overall breeds at World's Fair, Chicago, 1893. Dam, Beauty of
Cloverside, 18,608: grand-dam of Brown Bessie, 74997, winner of 30 and 90
--day tests at World's Fair, and who gave more milk than any other cow in
the Jersey herd.
A few desirable bull calves for sale. Write for pedigrees and prices,
DILWORTH BROS., Spokane, Wash.
HIBBARD, NORTON <& CO.
OF SEATTLE, ARE
WOOL PULLERS <£ TANNERS
It will pay you to write to them before selling Pelts, Wool, Hides and Furs.
J ■ ■ .if tlm CARLEY BROTHERS
pfr Colfax, : Wash.
No Gearing. No burs to buy. Only six
bearings to oil.
Send for Circulars. Fully guaranteed in every respect.
PRICE $75.00, F. O. B. AT OOLFAX.
PURE BRED JERSEY CATTLE and
Best Types and Most Popular Strains. Young Stock always
for sale. Correspondence solicited.
M. NORAN, : : Wenatchee, Wash.
Central Washington Nursery
_ 6"*-^ WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE
.gSlr^e^JS. line OF
i& General Nursery Stock
QKnf "*' of any in the state. Our prices are away below
tSIP usual figures. You will be better convinced of these
kf( facts if you call on or write to us for quotations.
We are particularly desirous of having intending purchasers call
at the nursery personally.
CHHS. S. sijnPSON & co. - jjoim Yaklma, wasn.