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We have carefully compiled the follow
ing list of books of best agricultural books,
for the benefit of farmers who want de
tailed information on any given subject:
Kvery book Is by a leading authority, and
the DMt of its kind published. These books
are sent, postpaid on receipt of price. Ad
dress orders to The Ranch, Seattle.
CATTLE AND DAIRYING.
The Dairyman's Manual. By Henry Stew
Dadd's American Cattle Doctor. By George
H. Dadd, M. D. $1.00.
Dadd's American Cattle Doctor. By George
11. Dadd, V. S. $2.00.
Milk : Its Nature and Composition. By C.
M. Aikunan, M. A., D. Sc. $1.25.
Cattle Breeding. By Wm. Warfield. $2.00.
Common Sense Ideas for Dairymen. By
George H. Blake. $1.00.
Cheese Making—Cheddar Swiss, Brick, Lim
burger, Edam, Cottage. By John W.
Pasteurization and Milk Preservation. By
J. H. Monrad. 50 cents.
Diseases of Horses and Cattle. By Dr. D.
Mclntosh, V. S. $1.7. r >.
Milk and Its Products. B>y Henry H. Wing.
Cheese Making in Switzerland. By J. H.
Monrad. 50 cents.
The Dairy Calf. By L. S. Hardin. 25c.
Key to Profitable Stock Feeding. By Her
bert Myrick. 25 cents.
Feeds and Feeding. By W. A. Henry. $2.00.
American Dairying. By H. B. Gurler. $1.00.
Outlines of Dairy Bacteriology. By H. L.
A B C in Cheese Making. By J. H. Monrad.
Horses. Cattle, Sheep and Swine. By Geo.
W. Curtis. $2.00.
Keeping One Cow. $1.00.
The Winter Care of Horses and Cattle. By
T. B. Terry. 35 cents.
Stock Breeding. By Manly Miles, M. D.
$1.50. _ _
Testing Milk and Its Products. By E. H.
Farrington and F. W. Woll. $1.00.
The Farmer's Veterinary Adviser. By Prof.
Jas. Law. $3.00.
Feeding Animals. By Elliot W. Stewart.
Guerion:s Treatise on Milch Cows. By
Thomas J. Hand. $1.00.
Milch Cows and Dairy Farming. By Charles
L. Glint. $2.00.
SHEEP, SWINE AND GOATS.
American Angora Goats. By George Ed
ward Allen. 25 cents.
The Sheep. By Dr. Wm. A. Rushworth.
Diseases of Swine. By D. Mclntosh, V. S.
Coburn'l Swine Husbandry. By F. D. Co
Home Pork Making. By A. W. Fulton. 50
Stewart's Shedherd's Manual. By Henry
Stewart. $1.00. -....«,
The American Merino. By Stephen Powers.
Harris on the Pig. By Joseph Harris. $1.00.
Blanehard's Poultry Book. By H. L. Blanch
ard. 20 cents.
Poultry Craft. By John H. Robinson. $2.00.
The Diseases of Poultry. By Dr. D. E. Sal
mon. 50 cents. ■".
Pocket-Money Poultry. By Myra V. Norys.
Duck Culture. By James Rankin. 25 cents.
The American Standard of Perfection $1.00.
Poultry Culture. By I. K. Felch $1.50.
Low Cost Poultry Houses. By J. Wallace
Darrow. 25 cents.
Capons for Profits. By T. Grelner, 1894.
30 cents. n m . ,
Profitable Poultry Keeper. By Stephen Beal.
The New Egg Farm. By 11. H. Stoddard.
Turkeys' and How to Grow Them. Edited
by Herbert Myrick. $1.00.
Profits in Poultry. $1.00
Five Hundred Questions and Answers. ZDC.
Wright's Practical Poultry-Keeper. By L.
Broilers $ Profit. By Michael K. Boyer.
50 CentS- FRUITS.
The Pruning Book. By L. H. Bailey. $1.50.
American Fruit Culturist. By John J.
Pea? oCuTture $ foroProflt. By P. T. Qulnn.
Tin: 1 Nut Culturlst. By Andrew S. Fuller.
Peach °Culture. By Hon. J. Alexander Ful-
BmaH $00 Culturist. By Andrew S. Fill-
Grape CuVturlst. By AS. Fuller $1.50
Strawberry Culturlst. By Andrew S. Ful-
Cran^r^y Culture. By Joseph J. White.
Tl?e 1-Spraying of Plants. By B. G. Lode-
Prtadplefff' Fruit Growing. By L H.
FiJld 1 Notes $o\i Apple Culture. By Prof. L.
The Cider Makers' Handbook. By J. M.
American Grape Growing and Wine Mak
ing. By George Husmann, of California.
The Practical Frutt Grower. By S. T.
Maynard. 50 cents.
Chorlton's Grape Growers' Guide. By Wm.
Chorlton. 75 cents.
Florida Fruits. By Helen Harcourt. $I.2fij
California Fruits and How to Grow Them.
By Edward J. Wickson. $2.50.
The Fruit Garden. By P. Barry. $1.50.
FARM AND GARDEN.
Ginseng, Its Cultivation, Harvesting, Mar
keting, and Market Value. By Maurice
G. Kains. 35 cents.
Land Draining. By Manly Miles. $1.00. ,
Irrigation Farming. By Lute Wilcox, $2.00.
The Fertility of the Land. By I. P. Rob
erts. , $1.25.
The Horticulturist's Rule Book. By L. H.
Bailey. 75 cents.
How Crops Grow. By Prof. Samuel W.
Johnson of Yale College. $1.50.
Plant Breeding. By L. H. Bailey. $1.00.
Tobacco Leaf. By J. B. Killebrew and Her
bert Myrick. $2.00.
Practical Forestry. By Andrew S. Fuller.
Mushrooms. How to Grow Them. By Wm.
How Crops Feed. By Prof. Samuel W.
Gardening for Profit. By Peter Hender
son. ■ $1.50.
Sugar Beet Seed. By Lewis S. Ware. $1.50.
Insects and Insecticides. By Clarence M.
Garden Making. By L. H. Bailey. $1.00.
Gardening for Pleasure. By Peter Hen
The New Onion Culture. By T. Grelner.
50 cents. .
Hemp. By S. S. Boyce. 50 cents.
Celery for Profit. By T. Greiner. 20 cents.
The A B C of Potato Culture. By W. B.
Terry. 35 cents. -
Irrigation for the Farm, Garden and Or
chard. By Henry Stewart. $1.00.
Tomato Culture. By J. W. Day, D. Cum
mins and A. I. Root. 35 cents. '
The Peanut Plant; Its Cultivation and
Uses. By B. W. Jones. 50 cents..,,-.:
The Soil. By Franklin H. King. 75 cents.
The Propagation of Plants. By Andrew S.
Fuller. $1.50. ?:!": •. '-V-'<.T^"
Silos, Ensilage and Silage. By Manly
Miles, M. D., F. R. M. S. 50 cents. :>
Draining for Profit and Draining for Health.
By George E. Waring, Jr. $1.00.
Manures. By Frank W. Sempers. 40 cents.
Sweet Potato Culture. By James Fitz. 50c.
Fungi and Fungicides. By Prof. Clarence
• M. Weed. $1.00. „ „
Talks on Manure. By Joseph Harris, M. S.
Tile Drainage. By W. I. Chamberlain. 35c.
Practical Farm Chemistry. By T. Greiner.
$1.00. - • .
Indian Corn Culture. By C. S. Plumb.
'$1-00. . M
Our Farming. By T. B. Terry. $2.00.
The New Horticulture. By H. A. Strlngfel
low. $1.00. ■
Vegetable Gardening. By Prof. S. B. Green.
Vegetables Under Glass. By Henry A.
Dreer. 25 cents. ■.
Forcing Book, The. By Prof. L. H. Bailey.
First Principles of Agriculture. By Ed
ward B. Voorhees. $1.00.
Flax Culture. 30 cents. ■
The Soil of the Farm. By John Scott and
J. C. Morton. $1.00. m ■
Plant Life on the Farm. By M. T. Mas
ters, M. D., F. C. S. $1.00. ]_
Manual of Agriculture. By George B. Em
erson and Charles L. Flint. $1.00.
A B C of Agriculture. 50 cents.
Broomcorn and Broom. 50 cents. _
Your Plants. By James Sheehan. 40 cents.
Pedder's Land-Measurer for Farmers.- 50c.
Wheat Culture. By D. S. Curtis, Washing
ton, D. C. 50 cents.
Spraying Crops. By Clarence M. Weed. 25c.
Farm Appliances. 50 cents.
Fences. Gates and Bridges. 50 cents.
Farm Conveniences. $1.00.
American Farm Book. . By Richard L. Al
len. $2.00. • „ „ „
Principles of Agriculture. By L. H. Bailey.
Irrigation and Drainage. By F. H. King.
$1.50. m ,
Chemistry of the Farm. By R. Warington,
F. C. S. $1.00. ;* ■ ■
Farm Drainage. By Judge French, of New
Onions; How to Raise Them Profitably.
20 cents. M
Our Farm of Four Acres, and the Money
We Made by It. 30 cents.
Brill's Farm Gardening and Seed Growing.
By Francis Brill. $1.00. • ■
Success in Market Gardening. By W. W.
Rawson. $1.00. • _
Bommer's Method of Making Manures. By
George Bommer. 25 cents.
Gregory on Fertilizers. 40 cents.
Gardening for Young and Old. By Joseph
Harris. $1.00. _ .
How the Farm Pays. By Wm. Crozler and
Peter Henderson. $2.00.
Money in the Garden. By P. T. Quinn.
Market Gardening and Farm Notes. By
Burnett Landreth. $1.00.
Forest Planting. By 11. Nicholas Jarchow,
LL. D. $1.50.
Soils and Crops of the Farm. By George
E. Morrow, M. A., and Thomas F. Hunt.
The Principles of Vegetable Gardening. By
L. 11. Bailey. $1.25. _
Gregory on Onion Raising. By J. J. H.
Gregory. 30 cents.
Gregory on Carrots, Mangold-Wurzels, Etc.
By J. J. H. Gregory. 30 cents.
Gregory on Squashes. By J. J. H. Gregory.
Scientific Examination of Soils. From the
German of Dr. Felix Wahnchaffe, with
additions by William T. Brant. $1.50.
The Young Market Gardener. B. T. Greln
er. 50 cents.
How to Make the Garden Pay. By T.
Animal Breeding. By Thomas Shaw. $1.50.
Plums and Plum Culture. By F. A. Waugh.
Forage Crops Other Than Grasses. By
Thomas Shaw. $1.00.
Soiling Crops and the Silo. By Thomas
The Study of Breeds. By Thomas Shaw.
Cabbage, Cauliflower and Allied Vegetables,
from Seed to Harvest. By C. L. Allen.
Reed's Cottage House, by S. B. Reed. $1.00.
The Ice Crop. By Theron L. Hiles. $1.00.
The Complete Carriage and Wagon Painter.
Painter, Glider and Varnlsher's Companion.
How to Co-operate. By Herbert Myrlck.
Bookeeplng for Farmers. By T. Clark At
keson. 25 cents.
Fisher's Grain Tables. 25 cents.
Plaster and Plasterers. By Fred T. Hodg
son, $1.00. _ _
The Builder's Guide. By Fred T. Hodgson.
Everybody's Paint Book. $1.00.
NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE.
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Fills more positions than all other similar schools of the Inland Em
pire combined. t!^ ;
Courses of study: Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Civil Service, Teleg
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Send for catalogue to-day. .".*■'
E. H. THOMPSON, B. 3., Principal.
The School that Gives RESULTS. ; ,
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In no other way can you keep posted on the Angora Goat
business so well as by subscribing for the Oregon Agriculturist
and Rural Northwest, of Portland, Oregon. Its Angora Depart
ment gives more information of a reliable character about An
gora Goats than can be found in any other paper. Publisher
semi-monthly. Subscription 50 cents a year. Send stamps for
sample copy. If you send names of neighbors who have or are
interested in, Aurora Goats, we will send you several back num
bers of different issues, all containing interesting information
about the Angora Goat business. Address
H. M. WILLIAMSON, Publisher, Portland, Oregon.
The Secrets of Health, or How Not to He
Sick and How to Get Well from Sickness.
By 8. H. Ptett, A. M., M. D. $1.50.
The Traction Engine. By James H. Mad
How to Build a Home. By F. C. Moore.
Fertilizers. By Edward B. Voorhees. $1.00.
Alfalfa. By F. D. Coburn. 50 cents.
The New Rhubarb Culture. By J. B.
Morse and G. B. Flske. 50 cents.
The Hop. By Herbert Myrlck. $1.50.
The American Sugar Industry. By Herbert
New Methods in Education. By J. Liberty
THE SEATTLE CONSERVATORY OF
MUSIC, INC., ARCADE BUILD
ING, SEATTLE, WASH.
Directors: Frederick Win. Zimmerman,
W. Vaughan Arthur.
The Conservatory instructs in all
branches. Trains and educates those seek
ing a Musical Education, after the best
methods of foremost European conservator-
The Faculty includes some of the leading
artists and musicians of America.
We have a stage and auditorium with a
seating capacity of one thousand.
Certicates, Diplomas, Medals and De
grees given after completing the studies.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
All business communications should be
addressed to Secretary Seattle Conservatory
of Music Arcade Building, Second Avenue,