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A JoußNA#ortii^lWiiiitt West
Issued Every Week
BUCKING FA TE
There never was a better time to convert an old "hollow-bowl" separator —and it makes little difference if it be a new
one—into scrap and replace it with a De Laval machine.
That's what every big and growing creameryman has done and is now doing the moment he happens to acquire a plant
containing anything else than an "Alpha" machine.
The man is simply bucking fate—swimming against the tide —who tries to get along without aDe Laval machine. He
may live through it for a time longer, but why continue under such a handicap.
It isn't a question of cost—a new De Laval machine will pay for itself twice over this very year, beyond the best that
can be accomplished with any other separator now in use.
A De Laval catalogue may be had for the asking.
THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO
Pacific Offices, Stores and Shops:
103-105 Mission St., SAN FRANCISCO.
General Offices: 74 Cortlandt St., New York.
Branch Stores: Chicago, Philadelphia, Montreal,
SEATTLE AND SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, APRIL 3,1902
Winnipeg and Toronto, Canada. J. D. WALWORTH & CO., 21 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. C.
AGENTS FOR THE NORTHWEST:
Merx Dairy Supply Co., - Seattle, Wash
Braddick-KeatmgCo., Front St., Portland, Or
Hazelwood Co., • ■ • Spokane, Wash.
EugeneO'Connell Marshfield, Or.
J. M. Solder, • Cove, Or.
Subscription One Dollar a Year
Worth Two (inld Dollars