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THE BENICIA-HANCOCK ROTARY DISC PLOW. READ q^| tT VSfeLJPiJ (pii '"% J^Skw^ ' Goldendale, Wash., 2-27-'O2. land where every other plow had failed Palouse, Wash., July 1, 1902. The Three-Disc Benicia Rotary Plow to touch and plowed it without the Your Disc Plow is all right for this is a cracker-jack for work and light least bit of trouble. Just went right country. It does good work. I have running and is wholly satisfactory a3 through it and cut a clean furrow. This tried it in hard clay and black loam. far as good work is concerned. was one of the most severe tests a It will do good work where my Mold JAMES M. CHAMBERLIN. plow could be put to. Board Gang Plow would not stay in Lind, Wash., March 17, 1902. The man would not let the plow out the ground. The draft is very light. To Whom It May Concern: of the field, although he had bragged I used six horses on a 2-gang 12-inch This is to certify that I have been that I would have to take it home in Bottom. I am using only 4 of the using a 3-Disc Benicia Rotary Gang a basket, as he would break it all to same horses on the Disc, plowing 8 Plow in heavy sage brush with only 6 pieces. Yours truly, inches deep. Fire horses can walk off small horses, ranging in weight from W. S. YAPLE, with a 3-gang Disc Plow. It is the 900 to 1,200 lbs. each. I have done far . p. o. Box 151. best plow ever introduced in this better work than I have with a 2-gang, In regard to the Disc Gang I have county. DAVID WHITNEY. 12-in. Canton Plow when working it made several tests and all were very Athena, Ore., July, 1902. last spring with 6 or 7 of the same successful. The first test I made was Regarding Rotary Disc Plow, the kind of horses and as far as I am con- with four horses and plowed 10 inches 3-Disc Plow I sold to Mr. Pennick near cerned a man could not give me any deep. It ran very light and did splen- Adams, Ore. It worked splendidly and other plow than a Benicia Rotary Disc. did work. The second test was with did fine work. He worked four large JAKE HARMON. two horses —plowing 6 inches deep, horses all season on a 3-Disc, plowing Lind, Wash., May 4, 1902. and did fine work. The third test was 8 inches deep and he says it is the I tried the Disc plow (2-Gang) in in wet, heavy stubble, very tall, and best plowing he ever did, and he has nigger wool grass two miles south of it did fine work. A large crowd saw been farming 40 years, so I don't think —the most solid there is in the the tests and all were well pleased. there is anything can beat them. All country—in fact it was just as solid Yours, who see them say they are the com sod of the toughest nigger wool to be W. H. HA WES, ing plow. Yours truly, found in the country. It went in this Athena Implement Co., Athena, Ore. W. H. HAWES. For Circulars and All Other Information, See Your Merchant or Write Direct to BAKER & HAMILTON, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Henrietta Gold Mining Co. 250,000 shares put aside for Treasury Stock. Capitalized for one million shares. This company owns six claims in Mt. Baker Mining District, Wash., adjoining and being an extension of the GREAT EXCELSIOR MINE the stock of which has advanced from 25 you buy you have to pay fancy prices, cents to $1.00 par value, within one year. The Bellingham Bay & B. C. R. R. will run very close to the The immense bodies of ore exposed in the Henrietta claims property. Extension has been commenced, will convince the most skeptical of the existence of one of the greatest mines in the world. The company has no indebtedness and there are no salaried officers. The bodies of ore stand 80 to 100 feet high and from 50 to 300 feet wide. There is large sized timber on the claims, more than sufficient for mill and other buildings. The property is situated on Nooksack Good wagon road and a trail has been built to the mine. River, just below the Nooksack Falls, where there is a fall of 100 The ore is the same as the Excelsior and has been pronounced teet and on Wells C reek, which alone will furnish ample power for to be equally as good a mining proposition. all m j n j ng purposes. An electric plant is now being put in at THE DEVELOPMENT WORK CAN BE DONE IN SEVERAL ™*<* OF TREASURY STOCK WAS ADVANCED TO 15C JULY 15. PLACES BY QUARRYING, THE CHEAPEST METHOD EM- Nooksack Falls. PLOYED * i-i_vi tw. This compan y j s no t over-capitalized and every shareholder par- BUYING STOCK IN A NEW MINE IS BETTER THAN BUY- ticipates in all unsold Treasury Stock. AN INSPECTION OF THE ING STOCK IN A DIVIDEND-PAYING MINE WHICH HAS BEEN 'l»y°ne who desires to visit the mine. Every facility will be afforded .., nDI/t . n _-> v/caoc PROPERTY is cordially invited al any time by any shareholders or visitors in sampling the immense bodies of ore. IT DOES NOT In the new mine you can buy stock which is offered at a low REQUIRE AN EXPERT TO EXAMINE THE HENRIETTA MINE, price to open up and carry on the development work. You buy at say 10 cents. Shares advance to 50 cents and afterwards to $1.00. Address All Correspondence P. O. Box 393, Seattle, Wash. You can then sell at a handsome profit. It is rarely that shares Write for prospectus or call at office, in an established dividend-paying mine double in value, and when Room 29 Safe Deposit Bldg., Seattle. THE RANCH.