OUR MARKET REPORT <
The following prices are being of
tered to the producer by the local
dealers for delivery in round lots on
the dock and in the car at Seattle:
Grain—Oats, [email protected]; barley, $20;
wheat, chicken feed, [email protected]; bran,
$16; shorts, $17.
Hay —Puget sound, [email protected]; Eastern
Washington timothy, $14; alfalfa,
$10.50 per ton.
Poultry —Live hens, [email protected]; old
roosters, IV^c; live turkeys, 12^@
13c; ducks, [email protected]; spring chickens,
large, li%c; small, 15c; geese, [email protected]
Live Stock —Choice beef cattle,
cows, 3*[email protected]; steers, [email protected]; choice
sheep, [email protected] 1 / 4 c; hogs, live, 5%@6c;
calves, [email protected]
Hides, Pelts and Wool —Heavy and
salted steers, over 60 lbs, 8c; medium,
sound, per lb, 7 1 / £ c; light, sound, under
00 lbs, 7c; cows, sound, all weights,
7c; stags, bulls and oxen, sc; salted
kips, 7c; calves, per lb, 8c; green
hides, lc less than salted; dry hides,
per lb, 13c; dry culls, summer deer,
per lb, [email protected]; winter deer, dry, 14
@20c; paper deer, [email protected]; dry elk,
[email protected]; green elk, [email protected]; sheep pelts,
[email protected]$l; shearlings, [email protected]; Eastern
Washington wool, [email protected]; Western
Washington wool, 13c; dirty or timber
stained, [email protected]; tallow, 2%@4 1 / l»c;
grease, iy 2 @2c.
JOBBING QUOTA l IONS.
Butter, Cheese, Eggs and Poultry.
Butter—Ranch, 20 @ 22c; Washing
ton creameries, 1-lb and 2-lb prints,
32c; Eastern, [email protected]
Cheese —Native Washington, 13 @
14c; Eastern, [email protected]; half-skim,
cheese, [email protected]
Eggs—Strictly fresh ranch, [email protected];
Comb Honey—California comb, 12^
c; 2-lb frames, 12%CJ strained, [email protected]^c
Poultry—Live turkeys, 15c; geese,
Potatoes, [email protected]; beets, [email protected]
per sack; rutabagas, [email protected] per sack;
turnips, [email protected] per sack; cabbage,
$1.50; garlic, 8c; radishes, 10c; green
onions, 10c per doz; squash, 11/£@2c;I 1 / £@2c;
sweet potatoes, $2.25; celery, [email protected];
cauliflower, [email protected]$1; dry onions, $2.50.
We have now incorporated our
creamery association. The name of
the organization is "The Farmers' Co
operative Creamery Association."
Now draw a long breath after reading
We have ordered a 12- H. P. hori
zontal Leffel boiler, an 8-H. P. hori
zontal Clark engine, a 600 pound Sim
plex churn and butter worker com
bined; with the balance of our out
fit in proportion. Our capital stock is
$2500.00, divided into 50 saares of $50
each. None but farmers who are the
owners of cows can become stock
Our officers are seven trustees, four
of said trustees to be the executive
officers, as follows: President, W. J.
Abbott; vice president, C. A. Hart
suck; secretary, O. D. Sullivan; treas
urer, J. M. Cole. The other three trus
tees are F. D. Frost, B. W. Johns and
E. Elliott. The estimated number of
cows at the time of beginning is 335.
We intend to open the factory by
March 20th. Our butter maker is
James Fell, of Indianapolis, Ind., and
is now on his way to Olympia. Our
factory is under construction; located
near the business center.
O. D. SULLIVAN,
That the cooperative creamery sys
tem works well in British Columbia
is shown by me annual statement of
the Delta Creamery Association,
The Delta Creamery Company, Ltd.,
held their annual meeting in the
Town .hall last week, to receive the
financial statement of the year. It
was found that the association had
had a very successful year, so much
so, that the shareholders will receive
a ten per cent, dividend, and after this
has been paid the sum of $250 will be
added to the reserve fund making that
amount $2,206. During the year 1901,
84,127 pounas of butter had been
made, amounting to $23,389. The old
board of directors, Messrs. H. N. Rich,
H. D. Benson, Thos. E. Ladner, Wm.
Pybus and J. A. Patterson were re
elected. C. F. Green was again ap
pointed secretary. The board elect
their own officers and H. N. Rich has
been re-elected as president. A very
pleasant part of the closing of the
meeting was the presentation of $75
to Mr. Rich for the able way in which
he had directed the affairs of the as
sociation. The success of the past
year it is believed was owing very
much to his able management of af
While Yakima farm laEds~command
high prices, they are still cheap. There
are not many of us here so old, that
we will not live to see them selling
readily at prices from 100 to 300 per
cent, higher than those prevailing.
Yakima lands yield from year to year
$20 to $100 an acre net profit when
planted to hay, potatoes, onions, hops,
melons or any of half a dozen other
crops. Orchards pay net profits of
from $100 to $700 an acre. The crops
and the profits never fail. Such land
is worth more than it is now selling
for, and we do not sympathize with
the cry that prices are so high as to
discourage immigration. Let the new
comer who thinks Yakima land costs
too much pass on. The old settler is
usually a pretty good citizen himself.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHLiSEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
West & Tbuax, Wholesale Druggists, To
Warding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimo
Hall's Family Plllt are the best.
Seoure A Homestead
In North Dakota
before It is too late. For In
formation of the Homestead law, etc.,
mall .SI.OO to The Great Northern Lo
cating Co., Dept. 8., Devils Lake, N. D.
I'lat of the Devils Lake Indian Reserva
tion, which is ahout to ba opened up,
$1.00. Write today.
DAIRYMEN-ITS IN THE MILK PAIL
THAT BUYERS OF 8. C. CO. DAIRY CHOP
DRAW THE LARGEST INTER
EST ON THEIR INVESTMENT
For RESULTS from your Cows, that excels all other Feeds, try the
"COW BRAND" of Dairy Chop
and ho ware of /mm It at lons.
ADVANCEMENT IS THE LIFE OF THE AGE
SEATTLE CEREAL COMPANY.
H All are red, and recorded or eligible
|y|H DP to record in American Short Horn
WM. A. CONANT - ELLENSBURG, W
JSH^^^Hl Here fords,. I
lltfiSiiNKaß M Original Stock Imp. from England; herd
...fHE SPRiNuDaU; stock ARM...
A. J. SPLAWN, Proprietor, - - NORTH YAKIMA, WASH
LADD'S HAZEL-FERN FARM ~
A. J. C. C. Jerseys. A. G. C. C. Guernseys. Reg. Berkshire Swine.
The only deep milking strain of COMBINATION blood on tbe Pacific Coast, beaded
by Chief Engineer (47147), who carries all the blood elements of Brown Bessie add
Our Guernseys were selected from the best milking strains In the UoJted States.
Our Berkshires were selected for breeding and Individuality add eqjit&ln the blootf
of Cherry Blossom, Longfellow and Lee strains. We can assure buyers of cfuafflty, th« •
best of breeding and satisfaction. We Invite correspotMeoce and personal Inspeeilen.
F. E. M'KLDOWNHY, Sopt., Pfcrtlfind, (*«■.
OAK HILL STOCK FARM
■ Property of CHAS. E. LADD, Breeder
Shorthorn Cattle, Shropshire
Cotswold and Southdown Sheep
All stock registered with the best of breeding and Individual merit. Young Jstock
stock for sale. FRANK BROWN, Ma*., North Y anthill, Ore.
Old Process Oil Cake Meal
' Experienced feeders pronounce it to be the best and most profitable for Milch Cows. Beef Cattle
Horses, (Sheep, Hogs, Fowls, etc Keeps stock in a healthy condition and makes palatable meats If
you have one horse or cow, or a dozeu, they should not be without Oil Meal. Oil Meal Cake is sold by
all dealers in hay, grain, flour aud seeds. Correspondence solicited.
PORTLAND LINSEED OIL WORKS
Marcus Simpson, Mgr. Sherlock Aye., near Nioolal St., Portland, Oregon
HAZELWOOD COMPANY, Ltd.
Braiders and Importers of
HOLSTEIN, GUERNSEY AND JERSEY CALTLE
POLAND OH IN A SWINE
We haveT&ome fine young Poland China sows for sale. All stock registered aud from the bent
blood In the United States.
Southdowns • or- a- e
number of head
of young sheep of this popular breed. J. T. Wilkinson Chilliwack. B. C.
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