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Three cows and an
will make money for you when
no other combination can.
You ought not even think of buy
ing a separator until you have seen
for yourself how easy The Simplex
runs and how clean it skims.
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Dairy Machinery Co.
Formerly Shelton Machinery Co.
313 Second Aye. So. Seattle.
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getting their second papers. The first
papers may be obtained at any time
after arrival; the second five years
after the first.
tt^ (Trade J3.uk. B«f iitarad.)
Every bottle of Bave-the-llorse la sold with M
Iron-clad contract thut has #00,000 paid-up capital
back of it, guaranteeing to permanently cure or ro
fun<lfho money) no mntler whether It Is Hone or Hop
Spavin, Tendon disease or Puffs— nor how lifted, seri
ous or complicated tito lameness or blemish, may be*
017K LATEST Bave-Tho.lTorse BOOK-Is our 17
sfo<irs' Experience and DI9CO VElUEß—Treating
over 100.000 horses for Thoropin—Spavin—
md ALL Laci'-n'-Ms. It is a Mind Settler— How
to lost lor Spavin— What to Do for a Lame Horso.
t'OTera 68 Forms ol L.-.raene»ii~ Illustrated. MAILED FIiKE.
Itut >vrlio, describing your case, and
we will send BOCK—sample contract, letters
from Hreeders and business men the world aver, on
every kind of case, and advice— free (to horse
owners and managers).
Write I AND STOP THE LOSS."
TROY CHEMICAL CO. 18 Commerce Aye., Binghamton, N. Y.
Druggists everywhere ecll £ave-the>llorse WITH
CONTUACT or sent by us Express Prepaid.
B&V4U SILVER BIRCH FARM
%^%f,- WHITE FOR CATALOOIIE
W m^ I . B. R. NEWPORT, WN. I
BERKSHIRE SWINE SSrSffiSH
pair» not related. At the rerent Southwest
Washington Fair we got among other prizes.
Grand Champion on sow ami »;rand Champion
on boar went to an animal bred by us. PI-INN V
FOR KegistPred Berkshire Pigs address W. D.
Good, Mount Veruon. W'anh.
CENI) for Catalogue of Puroc Swine. Uopd 20
v 3 acre ranch and paying business also for Kale.
<;. McClelland, Sunnyslde, Wash. t»6tp
FOR B\LE—One very choice young Guernsey
bull (registered). Thos. Baytou. Mgr.,
Aldermead Guernsey Farm, Port Angeles.
FOR SALE—One Chester White Boar, bet.l
lowa stock, weight 250 to 800 lbs. W. K.
Baruhart, Ferndale, Wash. Ml J
CATTLE PROSPECTS FOR \9\Z.
By ,T. A. Spoor.
Beef scarcity is not couflned to the
There is a world shortage of live
stock, especially cattle. The popula
tion of all civilized nations are grow
ing much faster than the general meat
food supply. In England, Germany,
France and all European countries,
as well as the United Stales, meat is
scarce and dear, beef has become a
luxury, and the people are clamoring
for legislation to give them relief.
The three great regions of live stock
surplus are Australia, Sooth America
and the United States.
Australia is just recovering from a
severe drought and her contributions
must be moderate for a number of
years to come.
Argentina's live stock interests have
been crippled by three successive
seasons of drought followed by "foot
and mouth" disease, and having un
fortunately sacrificed too many of
their cows and heifers in an effort to
hold the more vauable steers during
the drought period, this region is now
short of breeding stock. Argentina
must first raise more breeding cows
before she can begin to produce a
normal crop of beef steers ready for
slaughter. It is for this reason that
they are endeavoring by legislation
to prevent the slaughter of calves and
of all female cattle under seven years
of age. It will require soire seven to
ten years, at the least calculation, for
her to fully recover, Besides, Argen
tina has strained herself to supply
England's demands, and now Portu
gal, Spain, Italy, Switzerland and
Bermuda are all drawing upon her
SLAUGHTER EXCELS IN
Owing to the increasing demands
from foreign countries for Argentine
beef, the annual slaughter of cattle
far exceeds the increase of the herds,
and legislation looking to the limiting
of the number of cattle slaughtered
to the number represented by the
yearly increase is proposed as the sole
solution. Recent advices from Argen
tina show greatly increased prices for
young cattle, and record prices paid
for breeding stock.
Brazil is not yet under headway,
and cannot begin to export under a
dozen years or more.
Even if the tariff on beef be remov
ed, the United States will get no beef
from South America, because the lat
ter has not enough to supply both
Europe and this country. North
American cattle raisers have nothing
to fear from South American competi
CANADA IS SHORT.
Canada'has none too many cattle,
and with a severe climate, short
season and without corn, cannot pro
duce largely. Under normal condi
tions, England will outbid the United
States and the world for all the cattle
Canada can produce. The relatively
low prices there of the past season
were due to abnormal conditions
which may not oocur again in twenty
JMexico, torn by several years of
drought followed by a revolution now
in progress, with her cattle industry
demoralized, will take at least a dec
ade to recover. Moreover, only com
mon cheap cattle for grafting on what
pastures are left in Oklahoma, Kansas,
Colorado and one or two other^states,
can D 6 expected from Mexico at best,
and then not nearly so many as needed.
SHEEP IN WESTERN WASHINGTON.
For Western Washiugtoii^the^so
called long-wooled sheep are generally
The Rapid Gasoline Donkey Engine and Stump Puller.
The Small Man's Way
of Clearing Land
Costs less than a steam outfit, lasts longer, and has a greater
second-hand value when work is done.
Can be used economically with smaller crew.
iO&fak t»^ Western Avc. and Columbia St.
_^rWspm H| nuolulll il'Ui 0111 l UUlUJllUlfl Uu
'mUBm I itSffew. SEATTLE, WASH.
JBBL MbJ&P QiaJtiPam ■-
Tyjwwy^yygyf^^c^g^^^q^sy BRANCHES AT
m**^j^pJ** Portland, Spokane, LaConner.
satisfactory on the lower farms. Of
these the Cotswolds and Lincolns
have proven very good in Oregon. Ou
the hill lands the Shropsbires are
good grazers and produce excellent
mutton sheep. The Shropshire fleece
is close and dense, holding water and
becoming soaked. The fleece of the
long-wooled breeds is more open, al
lowing the water to drain off readily.
An average flock of sheep will shear
about eight pounds of wool per head.
Pure bred flocks frequently average
10 to V 2 pounds, especially the long
Lambs should be dropped early in
February or March. Sown pastures
should be provided so as to furnish
plenty of early feed. By feeding a
very little grain at the last, such
lambs can be made ready for market
early in July when prices are best.
They are not carried through the dry
part of the summer when feed is
The average flock of ewes on the
farm should average one lamb per
head. A good flock should do better.
Can be given in most cases of animal diseases by
thenrrmtr annlication of the famous Humphreys'
the standard remedies
for all animal ailments.
These remedies are
good, easy to under
stand and apply, easy
to keep and cost but
little. If you can't get
them from your store
keeper send us his
name and address, in
return for which we'll
mail you absolutely
FREE, our 500 Page
Book giving full infor
mation regarding the
proper way to apply
the remedies in all
cases, also our read/
reference Stable Chart.
address— Mumpnrey »• Medicine Company,
156 William Street, New York City.
Ten Tons of Milk Per Cow
Willowmoor Ayrshires hold the World's Ayrshire record for production, and
three cows have done better than above stated. Bulls, from heavy producers
which will improve your herd, for sale. This is the time of year to buy.
Write for particulars and prices.
WILLOWMOOR FARM, Redmond, Washington.
Some lambs will be lost, but enough
ewes should drop twins to make up a
considerable percentage. Some breeds
will run from thirty to fifty per cent
twins. R. C. ASHBY,
Washington State College.
25 Years of Grand Results ]
21 ntten avo., H^COBHB9H^IH
Buffalo, N. Y. hP«~^^H
Mar. 7, 1911. W*zLJh ]■
Gentlemen: I have tkjKaml £sjßk
used in r Spavin Cure EiSfifll •''^^^T^Y^^H
for twenty-live years I BBLrKENuALL l» V
with excellent results. I oAlilkl rimF-fl I
T.M.Nolan. «&«>""* *jjs9!J I
Cure Han Bafl
Keeps legs sound and trim. It will add many
dollars to the value of your borne. The old reliable
remedy lor Spavin, Ringbone, Splint, Curb, Swollen
Joints and Lameness. Equally reliable as house-,
'hold remedy. At druggists, $1 a bottl*. Get free,
book, "A Treatise on the Horse," or write to— 12
DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., ENOSBURG FALLS, VT.
= HUDSON'S ===
Always good. Sold everywhere. I
pay express' charges. Stock sent C. O.
D., subject to inspection.
A. D. HUDSON, Tangent, Or.
A Red Hog. A Prolific Hog.
The most economical pork producers on
earth. They cross well with any other breed of
swine and produce pigs that grow rapidly and
are ready for the block at any time after four
A vice lot of young boar pigs for sale.
Guy M. Richards, Mgr.