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LIVESTOCK INTERESTS STOCK NOTES. Reed ft Son, Moscow. Idaho, will have some pure-bred male Tamworth hogs for sale after November 1. 1,. E. McPherson of Lynden. Wash., has some choice Hereford cattle for sale, as will be seen by his ad in this paper. P. B. Peterson is offering his pure bred Red Polled bull for sale to pre vent in-breeding of his herd. Any one leaking for a good stock-getter of this breed would do well to write him for terms. Next week at the show grounds at Victoria, B. C, there will be offered as choice a lot of stock as has ever boon seen in the Northwest. The Dairy men's Live Stock association will put up at auction stock imported from On tario and selected by the department of agriculture of that province, which guarantees it to be reliable, healthy breeding stock of exceptional quality. The lot comprises Shorthorns, Ayre shires and Jerseys in the cattle line; Herkshires. Yorkshires. Tamworths and Chesterwhites in swine; and in sheep, Shropshires, Oxfords and South downs. Major J. M. Mutter is presi dent of the Dairymen's association. GRANDVIEW FARM NOTES. We are offering our registered Ox ford Downs for sale, including one three year old ram imported from Eng land, winner of first prize at Toronto last fall. Three good three year old ewes and 3 ewes 2 years old. They raised ten very fine lambs this year. Five shearling ewes and eight ewe lambs, twenty head in all. Will be priced together or in lots to suit. Any i one wanting a start in Oxfords could not do better. The lease expiring o • a farm we have rented and our cows increasing we are compelled to sell them as we would be short of pasture another year. We have sold quite a frw rams and still have some good ones for sale. 2d. Pluttiber is proving a very fine FOR SALE 6-Registered Norman Stallions-6 one coining two years old. One coming three years old. V Two coming four years old. Oue coming rlvo year* old. One coming nine years old. These horses are native bred and when matured will weigh from sixteen to eighteeu hundred each. And have not been i verfed and pampered for sal*. Prices from $500 to $1,000 Each 16-Head-I6 Registered Norman Mares From coming twos to thirteen years old. All old enough have been bred (his MMOn. Trices on these from $300 to $500 Each. This stock must be sold on account of drought. Time will be given to responsible parties. L. W. PETERS, H. L BESHER, Richards, - Missouri. Wlntorset, - lowa. Btock getter. He will weigh 700 lbs. and is 18 months old. We have a very fine yearling Clyde stallion from the champion draught mare of British Columbia. She was Champion over all breeds in 1899 with Richard Gibson of Delaware, Ont., as judge. The colt is ot the right type and will make a very fine large horse. Will be at the New Westminister fair and will be pleased to meet any intend ing purchasers. SHANNON BROS. Cloverdale, B. C. TERMS FOR LEASING SHEEP. The leasing of sheep in the west is becoming as general as it has been in Australia and other countries, where sheep men are allowed to range on government land. The satisfactory re sults of this method of handling sheep have been encouraging and are likely t increase the business in the future. The plan is generally confined to re sponsible men, however, and encour ages each man in handling sheep for himself. Many young men who began as herders and started out with a flock of leased sheep are now well-to-do own ers and are rapidly increasing their credit. It is well known that the west ern government lands are being rap idly taken up and but few years re main before there will be scarcely any good open lands left. Probably one ol the most popular contracts is that known as the Woodruff, or some var iation of it. By this means, when the owner becomes convinced that the lefcsee is a good man and would care for sheep in a proper manner, he leas er him a band consisting of from 1, --bOO to 3,000 head of breeding ewes for a term of three years, upon the follow ing terms: The lessee is to pay all expenses, taxes, etc., and care for the sheep in a careful manner. Bach party ta to have one-half of the wool deliv ered at the railroad. Each fall the owner takes out the wether lambs or cisc pays the lessee to run them till spring, when he takes them out. At the end of the three years, which is usually in October, the original band and the ewe increase are divided equal l> between the parties, the owner tak ing one-half and the lessee one-half, which is his pay for the three years' work and the expense over and above THE RANCH. what the wool pays him. This con tract is sometimes varied by some stip ulation as to one party or the other paying for the use of or furnishing tne bucks necessary, and who must stand the loss of them if any should die, etc., also as to paying of taxes and dipping expenses, but it is usual ly offset by some other condition, which makes it nearly equal. Another plan is to furnish the sheep upon a three-year contract under the follow ing terms: The lessee to pay all ex penses, taxes, etc., and take care of and herd them same as in tne first in stance. To divide the wool as in No. 1. Ar the end of three years the owner takes the original stock, and the par- ELLENDALE FARM.. TAM WORTH HOGS. A few pure bretl male pies for delivery after November Ist. 1901. Order now. Read & Son, Moscow, Idaho. Chance of a Life Time We arc offering for sa'e our entire Hook of regis tered Oxford Down sheep, oon«-lstlnjf of 01 c 3-year old Imported ram from England, 3 ewes 3 years ■ •Id. 3 ewes 2 year* old 5 Mi°arlliiK » wes, and 8 e»e lambs. Recorded in Amerlean flock book. Will price all together or In lots to suit. — ■ Shannon Bros,, Cloverdale, B.C. ££; HEREFORDS Star of Hope at head of Herd. Young Bulls for Sale. L. E. ncPherson, Lynden, Wash. I Have for Sale Finely Marked Collie Puppies 7 weeks old, bred from the winner* of today; Ihe best rattle and sheep d«gs going. Write me for pedigree and Description. Oham. F. Brown, Wenatohoe, Wn. A. J. STREET, Chilliwack, Br. Col. Registered Jersey Cattle won at New Westminis ter 1900— Ist on 2 year-old-bull, Ist on j fa ling bull, Ist on her I. Some cbol« c stock for sale. V^>/ MountainvißW Ranch tßSU!Kfi£fi£i&} Registered Jersey Cattle mPa pPjjSf the g'eat>-st milk and hut- I^HN^npci ter producers In the world BB^, H.'ii'l of herd Is Royal of |^^^H|B|^HHrA SpokaiiC, son of i: ,\ui of H HE^^ Itellvi'dere. Have some choice youiiK bulls for sale; two ready for service. Fechter & Janeck, No. Yakima, Wn. MOUNTAINVIEW FARM WSKW^KMKA Poland-China Swine ■■■■■■■■■■J^^^Bl All stock registered. Hogs can be seen at the I^VII H^^vfli V^^ml farm near (i esbam, Or. Write us for prices, ped- ■ ■ fYX^^PlSlKijjjilHv^^ffjl Ilklfl Igrees, »n: W. W. COTTON, ■^dJjkfi\^l^^B| Worcester BldK. Portland, Oregon I H|||HHH|H|fI||VMJVJJ|MIH -THE LEDGES" pyaiillttliMlilH*i^^ Dip your Cuttle ■ American Jersey Cattle Club Jerseys Hogs and Sheep I St. Lambert, Tormenter mid .Bex strain*. All with th« Anttneptle <attle Dip. Your H Bpipp.-fl stock stock will-feed netter, put on more ■ BHlectecl slocK. . HMhi(M »,, bet , ert |fy On dip <hem with ■ *•'■-"• : • 'CATTLE "CHLORO-NAPTHOLEUM" I DILWORTH BROS., <r ™"■"""*""""T", I I the safest, surest and cheapest dip in M Breeder! of i the market. Sure cure for mange and H , ■,: i ch,and a positive preventive for ticks. H REGISTERED JERSEY CATTLE I We are offer.n, some cho.c. young ca.re. at »40 . Wtt^ U '>^-V I to «M) each. Write foi further particulars. in all v loccupled territory. ■ SPOKANE, WASHIN«T( N PRICKS: I _ —— ' One-gallon Cans 11. 50 H m^^m^^b Hih■^ Five-gallon Cans ' ••"* ■ i^CUORT- HORN CATTLE I i:—tCSr l^"" I Ja^JIIROPCHIDF CHEEP WEST DISINFECTING GO. I mm BERK JlllnL JWINE 320 Montgomery st, sar FRANCISCO I fOLLY Oeo.D.McLean. I>u"euieatlouthlß- I I ARM Mt Vernon.Wash. iJ^^^^^^^^^^^^Lfjl 7FNOI FIIM Klll» Lit*, Ticks, MHe«. Pteas, Etc, LtllVmilll on all kiuilaol animal* and poaUry. «•»•■ taurnalljr it drives out worm*. Cora all cots, wound*, •on*, «te. Noa-pokooona. Endorsed by leidlnc T.^rinarUnn. "V«Uri««i7 **• ▼tat/ fm. DUlnfrctant to., 1 1 Bate* St., Detroit, Kick. ELMWOOD A. J. C. C. JERSEYS Mi-own Bessie's Champion 48471 at bead of herd —son of Teasel 75358 test 294 lbs. milk and 20 lbs. 4 oz. butter In 7 days: only living daughter of Brown Bes sie 74097. winner of 90-day and 30- day dairy test at World's Fair. Sir*. Diploma 2d. 'by Diploma 16219, sire of 49 tested daughters and 14 producing sons: 411.5 lbs. butter and 6328 lb*. milk average per row in 12 mo. Bull Calves for sale. Adam H. Stevens, Ellensburg, Wash. Choice Shorthorn Cattle and BERKSHIRE HOGS, H<»ih male and female, FOR BALFJ by Wm. A. Conant RLLENSBURG ; • - - WASH Correspondence and Inspection solicited Fork Branch Farm J BHORTHORN CATTLE. Prices right for tingle individuals or by carload. Our cattle are all right— not pampered. Addrees- A. CHALMERS : : GENURVILIE, OREGON ffU* HOLSTEIN CAHLE! mKTb^ jHHf " ter Breed In the World. Write to IST " ; Wis.Live Stock At.U.S.A. DORSET . HILL . RANCH Red Paired Cattle Estei Pigs Dorset Hori Shtep First on ai?ed bull at Boyal Provincial Show, 1900; first and second on aged cows J.T.Maynard, Chllllwack, B. O. A. C. WELLS * OOMPANV JERSEY AND AYRSHIRE CATTLE. Berkshire Swine and Lincoln Sheep, White Emden Geese. White Plymouth Rocks, White Holland Turkeys. A few good rams and young boars now for sale. Chlllwack, B. C. ;. Rubber Stamps and Stencils. 1 We make a specialty of supplying rubher«tani| and ht»riclls for fruit grover*, creamery men. #t*. Mall orders receive prompt attention. Commer cial Stamp Works, 42 Sch^uerman BWg.Seatte. Westham Island FARM Pure Bred Hereford and Aberdeen Angus Cattle Leicester, Shropshire a Oxford Down Sheep Kirkland Estate, Westham Island, B. C.