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JJ- Why don't you send to Mm ■ JitluMogardustfa : - I |l| " **~^ < ■ - I iHF , For the finest SEED catalog ever printed in the West. Its a I W money-saving book for the farmer who buys. 1 1 • Eggs are high. Now is the f 5mA w .. ;f ,,^^ yi<r: , _, ,ji i± |l to use Midland Poultry Food W^ff^^^^^^^^m^Sm \gfis^ The only Scientifically Prepared and jggjjjjjijjjijg^jßjij^^ Properly Balanced Ration for Poultry. . -^ ■■ . 0% *% • , -_— . MIDLAND BRANDS , lO £| 1J° I 0811111$ & COmpaH^S & KOW-KURE i—Nursery Chick Food. *» i;'" I miuii IICIIC fi||. ■* iwr\& j^ — Growing Chick Food. "M . ■ ANIMAL MEALS wIl FILLS THE J|SP ■ 3— Fattening Chick Food. M^?H Alun RFFF *W*BAP ißk UDDER Mm — Egg and leather Producing rood. c; 6O ■ mIL. JiM!? 5 —Nursery Duckling Food. S( J ! I will make hens lay— not by "dosing" them «^^t. £. /i . k. ii* i ;;"« with drugs, but by giving them the <<mW 6—Growing Duckling Food. M4O I proper material from which to \^^ 7 —Fattening Duckling and Goose Food. MM ' II make eggs. Our mcaJs and 8-Laying Duck Food. „ *■ «l- ™""i" *- «f 39^90- 9—Stock Duck's Summer Food. H*'l 60 to 65 Per Cent >^ f I0 —Growing Gosling Food. l 0 M I I^, . ■ Now we do not claim that Kow-Kure f > ''' ~4%£Bm?W&!^f^*'£U¥ * COB»» will make milk, because it is not a food, • . '^&*&MS^\x ■ [": *■ **'*%'/' f' " ***"Xi !P^^^B but it puts the digestive organs in condition - -"^^HBli^JC.'-!''' ' **' ' '""'*'- IH^^^^^ Ifcfe - IF t^S^ ' _^fl to get the most out of what is eaten. In '':f "'•W^^^^^t ' "^'", B fck^l rßEtfel t^AILS _ 5* J^ this way it makes the cow give a larger ■•♦ A "**^<4iis^»-^ %4 I M,^ C^^^MlH flow of richer milk. , ... "r" ■""• ' "~" H!B9S!!^Bl\ TO >^r™ ■I iM&xf fliiD^'^ Bi^^^ B St'TTON, Vt., March 6, 1899. ttt |^H /"I II A f/*» VtjUlJibk ■ I /^t H Dear Sirs: I had doubts about Kow-Kure We are ..... ■ I linPC ' B^lidl IS/ I ITDF^ increasing the flow of milk in a cow in the best con- , ■ lylJKrO I IIM IRt I I V/UttLO dition. To make a test I weighed each milking. _ •t> _ J a , - >li^^ H #VtWC A «*«•■■•*-■- After feeding the medicine three days there was an Pacific Coast Agents for | ]*?« HIHw. VUWS M I WHITF increase of two pounds, and a gradual increase - 11^ ■»_\l'^ rD ' A ▼▼!•■ I *"* through the week until she had gained two and .1 aPa ■ ' I - WM'/* A IVF* Sf^ ■ Dl r*r\r\W Hi three-fourths pounds per day. This cow had the these gOOdS. ■ wK^Km? L>Vtl's^^Hi BLOODY HI same feed while taking the medicine as she did fIIKTET" BPq V Awn r' I before. 1 consider this result simply wonderful in a Tf «nnr M lo r Virtue tint BH I#IN ■ . ■ ciL m^HNfa Ji> ■ MINU, HH cow that was in the best condition. F.M.Abbott. it y OUr aeaier aoes not WOk Vf 1 i-^ f St | DIATU Hi ! ■ «^ ■Sl^SfeL^ ■ ■ pLAV/fV ill Kow-Kure is in powder form, to be given in keep them, write US and fl^H Ij VVr H|^^^^^gfl I C /^/\ITfVo iH regular feed. It cures abortion, barrenness and / ' ' a ' "." ■■ i_//f-\ HI \JvUUKIj scours, removes retained afterbirth and caked .„_ .:ii c __ tViaf Via o-Ptc ■ - - HI " ■ udder, strengthens the appetite, purifies the blood, we wlu see l«ai ne gets ■ I^^BB^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hl ■ ■■■ vitalizes the nerves and prevents disease. It in- ' ' '■ .. .'. ■■ HHH S^SSSSggSSggsggg^M Hg^Sj^^^l HHJ creases the milk. It is a medicine for cows only, t hem • . 1 ■^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^H^^^H made by the Dairy Association, LyndonviUe, Vt., nitiu. . B BbV and for sale by .•. i. * - - . .. ■. \ . •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••tf SEATTLE, - - U. S. A. THE RANCH.