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description, he produced from his desk numerous descriptive signs ol! the oleo dealers and also a package of the much discussed oleomarger ine. The package he stated was mark ed according to law but he challeng ed any senator to find such a label. Senator Tillman, always ready for the 'fray, accepted the offer but after an exhaustive examination acknowledg his defeat. Laughingly Senator Dol liver showed snugly tucked away in the very last fold of the wax wrap per, in small design, the label mark ing the package as oleomargarine. We know of no better plan for the manufacture of sanitary milk than the one in operation at the Uni versity of Illinois. The dairy barn is arranged for forty cows. The floor and mangers are made entirely of or ment, the stalls are made of iron, and the barn is so arranged that every thing can be easily cleaned and flood ed every day. The udders of the cows are washed before every milk ing and the milk is immediately cooled to 40 degrees, bottled and place in a tank of cold water until delivered. Every pail, bottle and cloth used in the whole process is not only well cleansed after each using by thor oughly washing and scalding, but is placed in a brick oven and sterilized with hot steam for a period of five minutes. It has been found that milk made in this manner not only keeps longer, but is of higher quality than when made in the ordinary way. All dairymen are agreed that no single food is best to feed cows for the production of milk, except it be mf IVILBIfPIvM 4 « I )jL SB i JSE9I tjai ffi JJL.w^ "^^ I^o oWs crndi I ■ ——.«.—.—* WILBUR'S sure LOUSE KILLER gißl 1 ■ HOi&?9!£fl FOB HOBSES "■f- —— Price, 25 Cents. ■ JOT i ■ * THEIR tZO&*Jm blood c°ol and in a health y condition, pre- \tQs>4 Ul^P I ■ CV^^-7-2 ?£jVlklfl vents colic, improves the appetite, aids diges- Quickly and effectually kills lice, nits and '$$$% „**• B ■ '11. ED f-KCin| ■ tion, and is a great flesh former. Try it, one mites on poultry. ■ ffi| SililS B ■t^T^X" .-•«»; UJ^IT pound lasts an animal sixteen days. Sprinkle each foul and all young chickens. sßbsSS' 9 ■ CoNO'l'* tvrkV/l FOR COWS that "5 out -of c? ndi" For setting hens, sprinkle the nest before ~~T~\~ 1 9 ™NEEDTnu.S?,m 3&m\ 11 T -n 10" and rUmnif d°Wn setting, and once or twice while setting. SfflteL. .1 I |SBt» *ACKjg ■ a^'^U' foi Sprty all coops and roosts by dissolving the iiffeg i ■^ISTHpI MS WABR^^B three or four weeks will double the increase contents of one package in one gallon oi m^fmJM ■ I^^^BlOQtJ. and improve the condition of the cow. water. - gy^jt <3Ss*jgr* i mSI vtrlwfli KIUS LICE. IB P-—^^—— WILBUR'S POULTRY fOOD WILBUR'S sire HEAVE CURE '1; I I Makes the Hens Lay. Prevents Diseases. It Cures Heaves, Coughs and Colds. Sp I I l^^l^^LTO^l Cures Chicken Cholera, Pip, Roup, Gapes Wilbur's Heave Cure is the quickest known |g|l -^^J I '^ it^«llsiS»Sffi^^W IS and poultry diseases; prevents diarrhoea and relief for Heaves, Coughs and Colds. . V % «|| Jg^pßy^^aMMßrai The largest box, for twenty-five cents, con- Price, 50 Cents. i *■ 9 '> WUm I tains 36 ounces. n ■»_;• K n r wn tc "W 1 HWI>«^HI^W\ 1 Five pounds for fifty cents. By mail, UU Cents- _, g H WKHmSmxmWJtXU^i It is indispensable when raising young chick- >j» B J WimMiMiSml ens, or when fattening poultry for market. Every box guaranteed j[; B « M|«BW^«|^mß Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. or your money refunded. I-.-- . l™7™^^ ''v/l'i B 'I y!f||^^^Q^jT^T\jß Wilbur's White Rock Hoof Packing—Wilbur's Hog Food—X Ray Liniment-Gas Colic Cure ■H^^i^TTinr'mHl 'I- H m Mil j BfcBBJtHHt l Golden Healing: Oil — Worm Powder — Gall Cure — Pink Eye Cure B^^n I3f'\ A SBil P!'; B 9 Brfly I II H A SURE- CCC PRODUCER ■ viv»»vu 6 rf IBft .qML A H 177 W 3 fff..Ti™* A 1 Svß M» fflffli """'^H^.'?:.^''""" I] For Sale by General Merchants, Flour and Feed. Harness Makers, Dealers in Poultry Supplies. I|llJt-J-™% BgatttßaMaMMM \\ jjr B 1 ! ' ill wilbu. seed meal Cal C I DAIUCiI 201 Front Street, PORTLAND, OREGON. jßlllll^GMEMi \w/ M 1 1 H'^mr mmM ! ti «!■ DUff til 319 First Aye. South, SEATTLE, WASH. I 1 w ,»,,-..^,. ■\/ « 9 I General. Agent for Oregon and Washington. . KB T[|U BBBBBB^BBHBB^HMMBJBffIjTjiTiiHBBBBnBBBty^ grass, which is to the cow a perfect food, because it is the natural food. The choice then must not be restrict ed to any kind of dry food exclusively, since they do not have all the qualifi cations of grass. If any of our read ers are fortunate enough to have any roots, such as mangels, turnips or pumpkins, he can be put down as a long-headed dairyman. Far better re rults will come from feeding roots in connection with ground feed than if the necessary amount of nutriment is supplied to the cow in either of these two feeds. The succulence of the roots acts beneficially on the cow's system when she is naturally restricted to a* diet of summer cured fodder —just as a cow is benefited and relishes dry hay in summer, especially when the grass is full of sap. J $400 for the LARGEST SHEEP WORLD Q We hereby offer $400.00 cash for the largest Ram of any breed or cross. Ram to be weighed Novemb3r2o.l9o2, and sworn statement of owner and weigher and li ttw^tai^^e fVrwarded to the "American Sheep Breeder," Chicago, 111. Ram winning this offer to be delivered in Chicago at the Live Stock I three wltnessea to oe lorwaruouv December, 1902, when the f4OO CO will be paid by International Stock I-'ood Co. ■„',:, ,«T 1. n » ,.-,«„., II We feed "INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD* eve day to our Five Stallions, Brood Hares, Colts, etc. "INTERNATIONAL I . ——^— STOCK FOOD" causes Horses, Cattle, llni . and Shci-|i to grow \. ry rapidly and makes them Healthy and Vigorous. Is II ■ used and strongly endorsed by over 600,0(10 Farmers. It it sold on a Spot Cash Guarantee to Refund Your Bone}' In any ■■ Iwoorrillurr, by over 30,000 Dealers. It will make you extra money in Growing or Fattening Stock. Owing to its I: m^r s- t /<*. ■ blood purifying and stimulating tonic effects it Cures or Prevents Disease. It is a safe vegetable medicinal preparation ;II mmWKtKKKKKH^mmWKK^^ %AJj^. ■ to Im fed in small-sized feeds in connection with the regular grain. II Fattens Stock In .'!» to (ill Days less time, because, it) v "•"■>>' ""-^^Hl it aids Digestion and Assimilation. In this way it saves a large amount of Grain. The use of "INTERNATIONAL STOCK ■ mW • v. *■ >-^'*^H FOOD" only costs US" 8 FEEDS for O.M', CENT.' Ask your dealer for it and refuse any of the many substitutes or ■! mY \ .SimmimU imitations. It always pays to feed tho best. "INTKU\AIIO.\AL STOCK FOOD" is endorsed by over 100 leading Farm ■] m^S '^fl I Papers It hm included iv the 1. S. tioverniuent exhibit and iron (In Highest Jlcdul ul the I'arls Imposition In 1000. ■] miv V II A $3000.00 STOCK BOOH FREE \\ I ll* I \! .^1 ■ AILED TO EVEKY READER OF THIS PAPER. Vi] A, ' 1? /li^MwmmWM This Book Contains 183 Large Colored Engravings of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Poultry, etc. itcostuss3ooo IV mt y^bm^ J. /j^^^^^^HH to have our Artists and Engravers make tho engravings. It contains a finely illustrated Veterinary Department that m V , yflfeMMH^^ /^l ■ will save you Hundreds of Dollars. Gives description and history of the Ureeds of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs and Poultry. ■ /^^m\ m\ Imt I Thei:<litor of tills Paper will tell you that you oueht to have a copy of this finely illustrated Hook for reference. ■ ■ L I I ■ BIS IWe will give you $H.QO worth . i "IXTERNATIO.NAL STOCK 1'OOD" it' liook iv not oxactly as represented. ■ ■ 119 9. VJ Hfl THIS BOOK FREE, Postage Prepaid, I! You Write Us a Postal Card and Answer 3 Questions : ■ ■-■ ■■ ■ist-Kanwthisl'aiitr. -.'nd How much stock lino you? 3rd—Did you ever uso '•I.NTLU.NATIONAL STOCK FOOD" ■ KJ| HMMIIIIHPtIII for Horses or Cattle or Sheep or Hogs or Colts or Calves or Lambs or Pigs? ■ Jg^BJJMBBMIMtTT "'" Answer the 3 (jueatious and e®- Write at On< < for Book. JB W± I t.rgesiSt^troodF.H.ryl.th^orld.i INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO., g*\ [ Capital Paid In $1,000.000.00. | MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.. U. S. A. M M mmtmEalmmmmm^ THE RANCH. Under present conditions it is im possible to get milk out of most sta bles comparatively free from bad odors or odor-producing germs, but by paying some attention to ventila tion, keeping the cows better cleaned, exercising more care in milking and getting the milk out of the stable, strained, areated and cooled as quickly IJrvssian stock*y°gj pays back many fold wnatymi put into it. II means the health anil f§^S2»»»i™«3*S§3| thrift ot'all tho stock that nets H. It is an appetizer. It clean? and fC^ «-v K r> _^W i the system. It is a concentrated food, highly .nutritious,' anil with 'i^~fi== = g^i2l?--sl— MB ' ertonieami medicinal elements for stock. Many times it, is credited fl Opn'si'lTirNQ ' JI carrying animals safely past infectious diseases. Head what one ot ft^ STOCK-FOOD fc^fffl sandssnys: "My nhonts were looking hud and duini; poorly until I rt t^rJtJ.Z.X'jr US ed them on Prii^lnn stock I'ood. They are now coniltiK very rapid- p. T~~^^C\ E& *^ ... My calves do better with a little of "it In slon than they did on skimmed 89 =^.<^vl_^ H| milk. Io:«n also recommend it for horses It payn me lilc l« I'ccu It. B& .^^=W-jf^- EX %JB URN SMITH, Dundee, Mich." ;»(><• and *1.00 picas. Pall *8.50. H fr-^'TJT"I & Ask your dealer for it at once. If ho does not have it wiitu to us. \\c will *£j| .- - MR I m send you free, a valuable 08-page book if yrmasli forit. BB>J K^-..,- .,'(K)|U'^B PRUSSIAN KEMEPY ||^^-i.^^^J-^^J,^']in-Tl .Mßfej^ Bl^^Mt E. J. Bowen, Portland, Or., and Seattle, Wash.. Agent. . as possible, great improvement could be made in a very .short time. If farm era who send their milk to the factory or creamery had some sort of a sim ple aerator and cooler over which to run their milk, the improved flavor and keeping quality would surprise them.