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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

ORGANIZE BY ALL MEANS. Fruit Growers Should Unite for the Pur pose of Marketing Their Product. There is every indication it \ resent that the fruit growers o f this section will harvest an immense crop this season, but so far as is known no steps have been taken for putting it upon the market; in fact tbere is scarcely a fruit raiser who has arranged for his boxes, or who has any idea where or to whom he will sell his crop. As a large per cent of the fruit raised here is perishable, that is, must he put on the maiKet as soon as it is gath ered, it seeras that some sort of organiz ation should be effected by the orchard ists so that they may be able to put their fruit out in sufficient quantities to at tract buyers, and albo at limes and places where the demand is the greatest A grower with 50 or 75 boxes of choice fruit, acting alone, cannot hope to realize ttic top prices, for the reason that he can not ship to advantage; whereas if he could load a car, he would be able to get the ...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

6 Wiis Dairy, BREEDING OF THE DAIRY HERD. HY A. M. STEVENS. I Address delivered before the Washington Slate Dairymen's Convention, held April 1) and 10 at .Spokane! [Concluded From Last Week.] ltfilkinn to ilie last drop is a demand for milk, nnd i..<lu es hunger, Of a de mtnt] on t lie part of (he row for more food, and in this is Iho skillful feeder's opportunily to develop the full capacity of the cow, while the poor milker, leav ing a portion of the miik in the udder. dries the cow up, ns she will not Fcero'e milk fnr which there is no demand. By nervous teniperamc-t I do not mean irritability, but that qunH'v vxhich in the human mother enables l.er to withstand the reversts of fortune aid sti nulates her to perform feats (if strength that seem almost miraculous for those she loves; and in man enables him to overcome difficulties in order to attain success. It is the electric current of ani mal life—unseen, difficult to describe— that, like the electric motor, drives, the sir...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

poison into the milk to prevent the action of the bacteria introduced through feed ing br< \vers' slops. Tliis is much more commonly practiced than is supposed, especially in cities, and I hope that Com missioner McDonald will take hold of this matter with the same vigorous hand with which hu seems to have taken hold of all violators of the law. What the dairymeu want is to induce the brewers to kiln dry their grains and thus give us a nutritious reeding stuff in a safe and convenient form—one that, being dry, will not form a hotbed tor the develop ment of all forms of filth-producing bac tpri-. Pullman, Wash. CREAMERY NOTES. HY FRED HEDKi. The Snohomish cheese factory and creamery is receiving 4,5C0 pounds of milk daily, from which is manufactured 425 pounds per day of cheese. During April the price per 100 lbs. paid for milk was 70c. The average per cent of butter fat in milk is 3 9.. At present tbe num ber of patrons is 22 and increasing stead ily. Mr. Paul Friese has the mana...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

8 Ranche and Range. In the Interests of the Farmers, Horticulturists and Stockmen of Washington. Oregon, Idaho. Montana. Utah and Hritlsh Columbia. Official organ of the Northwest Fruit, Growers" Association—for Washington. Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. Subscription (in advance) - - - *10° Per Year. HILLER FREEHAN, Address all communications to RANCHK AND RANGE, Box Mft, North Yakima, Washington. EDITORIAL NOTES. A good selection has been made by State Dairy Commissioner McDonald in the appointmont as his Seattle depnty of A. J: Mclntosh, the well known veterinary surgeon. I hope RanchE and Range will prosper, as it is every way worthy the support of our people. In proof of my appreciation of it I enclose my check for a year's subscription.—R. D. Young, Sunuyside, Wash. We have facilities at hand whereby any one de siring to purchase any kind of live stock, poul try, bee fixtures or farming supplies, can be given the addresses of reliable people handling them in any part of th...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

II hsi|g POLSONWILTON HARDWARE CO. |1 s£o^ 821-823 Western Avenue, iHjjP'f? Ja^^^^ ==$ Seattle, = = = = Washington. /f\/m vJKtoW Wholesale and Retail ft^raE^S^yi^ ' .^ FARM MACHINERY m. f^ar jf^j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Uf Wagons, carriages, haying tools "i*^sis^ -J&^J/ J&t' harvesting machinery, field and Peering Idea. Mower, Ro.ler and Ball Bearings. <^ 'ga^en Seeds. PUITipS, Wind MJIIS, &C. THE PRICE OF WOOL. BY W. 1.. C. The proposed tax of from eight to 11 cents per pound on wool would have been a great benefit to our sheepmen had the law gone into effect at the time proposed by the house bill. But the long delay in the senate has given the importers time to order sufficient wool to last at least two years. So our government will lose the immense revenue from this source, and our growers will not be ben efited for that length of time. Our revenue bills should be passed for a definite length of time, pay ten years, then producers, manufacturers and im porters could arran...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

TO ¥lig Flacks. PRESIDENT JUDD TALKS. Ho Tells About the Wool Situation ft cm an Eastern Standpoint. Tret-idi lit E. 1. JiuM, < f the remlle'iou Wool Scouring »fc Packing cnmpanv and the Pendhton Woolen Mills company li 11 s spent the pr.st year in his home in llurlford. Conn., making frequent trips t<> Hie wool ci liters in the United States, going several times to Boston, and visit ing London during ilie wool sales at that world'n market. To nn Eusl-Oie^onian representative President Judd spoke t lims in his office at the scouring mill: "The wool problem is very (-imply solved, so far a* concerns (he statement of causes which brought on the present .stagnation, a stagnation which exists ami temporarily puts an end to active buying of wool in primary markets such as I'endle'on, The Dalles and other coast center?. "When the house began to prepare the Pinyley bill for handing over to the sen ate a clause now common)) known as the 'ntroactive clause' was incorporated in to th...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

expense,'1 said Jock, "and was waiting patiently for Hie increase from which I was figuring on making a hi/ profit, when a friend who knew 'more about sheep than 1 did, came along and in formed me that every uondjin my band wua a ram." The Wasco, Or., News says the sheep men ought not to kick at the rating of the commissioners of Klickitat county, Wash., compelling the quar antining of Oregon\sheep'6o days be fore permitting them to be brought into the county. The News says "such a ruling is protection, cure and simple; just what they have been ab oring for." It is no exaggei ation to put the short age of strong-, serviceable rains, now available, at 25 per cent below the aver age supply, and the demand for rams this year at least 20 per cent better than in any j'ear within a decade. Buyers who want rams for this year's service must come early or take their chances on ram lambs at pretty near seller's price. The wool market which opened up so stiongly all over the Northwest has flat...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

12 Wh& Hpiarg. GRANULATION OF ALFALFA HONEY. Lack of Body and Proper Manipulation the Cause of Granulation—Alfalfa and Sweet Clover the Honey-Produc ing Plants of the Future. HY EMEHSON TAYLIU ABHOTT. I liave read with corsidrnlile int( rest Mr. Aikin's article on alfalfa honey; but as bis experience and mine me not in full harmony, I wish to make a few remarks on Hie subject. There are some iliiutrs which occur un der Uie op< r ition of what we call natural laws will) that unerring crrlainty qrhiffa enables us to any posi'ively that they are so and so, but the gninulatien of honey is not one of them. The reader will more thoroughly understand what I meun when I say that I now have in my pos session alfalfa honey of list year's crop which has shown no Mj»ns of granulat ing. T have had alfalfa honey from the same parly, Mr. Oliver Foster, of Los Animas Cdl , for a number of years', and my experience witli it lias hern in variably the same. 1 know that, generally speaking, al f...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

TUti© HorsG. BRONCHO MEAT NOT MARKETABLE. The Noribern Pacific scheme for ( id posing 01 surplus horsaa in Ibe west be Bhi] ping tbem to Europe f>r canning purposes lias not panned out well, and the "perpiiiidiculur nag" is as much of a problem to railroads and post to the ranchmen as ever. According to the plan proposed uv General Fi eight Agent Moore, the bronchus would be told at prices ranging from 50 cents to si 3 a piece, but the freight rale proved too high. Besides, broncho tietb lias proved to be too tou^h in fil re for th« epicurean eon tinentel. Another difficulty is the bron cho's turbulent disposition, which makes it dangerous aud expensive to load him on cars. So cheap have these nnin a a become that in Wasbinglon, Idaho and Northern Oregon the ranchmen in many cases no longer take Ihe trouble to brand them and they ct«tfh nbotlt lifcu wild beasts wherever they choose to go. A New York thaler bus dt cuied to sell 15, --000 of tbe best native horses on the mn tinont ...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

M EJrisFly Said. It ports from (he lower Yakinm arc thai a full crop <>f all kinds of fruit w i!I bo gathered Potatoes are dull. One lira iv Yak- Illta reports having 5 0 Mckl in Us ware houses «liieh ihey cannot dispose of. E. N. Curl, Parker, reports tliat lie will have v gf'od crop of prai lies this year. Apples will 3 ield fairly will with him, and Inl will have lot* of sour (■'. erries. Nelson Wiliiaina of Kcnne .\iek, through the agency <f lite advertisement appearing in liANCHE and Rangi:, hough rive acres of laud last week from Curry Bros. A little gMH ed l>v I'Jinl and | alien! toil Is woith hii empire gotten as spoil. Foi labor savori'M Ihu poor umii'it inea', And love nmkes Im-ad and water won drous sweet. — Clarence Hatches. P. J. Flint estimates that lie will this year have but between 10JO and 200 boxes of pearlies from his orchard. The normal yield should be 40 00 ) to GO 10 . boxes. Among those who buyu profiled by the rise in the price of rattle is 0. P....

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

Markets. IJUTTEK. Seattle, much 12@13c; Was1-, cream ry 15@l(i lowa creamery 15c. Tatoma, ranch 14: creamery .16^. Yakima, r nch 12c. creamery Me. Spokane, creamery. 20c. CHEESE. Seattle, new Wash, cream 10©12 c Tacoma, '• '• We Spokane—Fall cream, 12@13c. skim milk 10c. ; l HONEY. Ynkima—comb 10c. Extracted Be. Puget Sound" 12c. i"; : 10c. Spokane " 15c. '.' 12c. EGGS. Seattle lie. Tacoma He. Portland 12<®14<r. Spokane 13<gl4c. Yakima.. ;......:..;. : ,100 ! POULTRY. Chickens— Sea tie .... .TV*. per doz. $3<&i3.5:) Tacoma ....:.... " " 3<5;4.00 Portland " "2 5013.50 Spokane.... " ••4.61X2:0.00 Ducks- • Seattle :.... " " 343.50 Spokane " " 4 Turkeys- . Seattle per ft Spokane M lie. .. . . ■ FRUITS. Apples- Seattle... Yakima and Wenatchee *1.50@2 " Eastern 1.25 Tacoma Eastern Washington ].75@2 Spokane 1.t0@1.30 Strawberries per crate-Seattle J2®6; Taco ma, $1.75; Spokane $0. POTATOES. Seattle ..... East. Washington 15*16 Tacoma " " 15@16 Spokane •••• .10@l2 Yaklma ...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 20 May 1897

16 Goods o/t Cost for* Next 6O Days! For the next sixty itays I will sell at cost Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, y . . Hosiery, Boots, Shoes, FuriiUhiiiir Goons, Tinware, Wooden ware mid Notions . -^- THIS IS A BONA-FIDE SALE! -f£ ' I tun ({oinn to Cbiviifzo to bring back tin immense ucwttock, therefore must niak? ' , room in my store ty Belling all goods on hand at ACTUAL COST! The jacket Stone. iSlii Christ filler. flooH*6o For VERY A good fastidious wheel* very people. I cheap. The success of the Waverley Bicycle in '96 places it at the head of the leaders for '97. This year we produce a new and expensively made wheel, equipped with the only per- j feet bearings yet made— sloo Last year's famous model, greatly improved, has been reduced to $60. The saving is in the cost of machinery. Catalogue Free. Indiana Bicycle Co., Indianapolis, md. Book and —rI!L; —T"^fii job Priming... Those desiring Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelope?, Statements, Cards, or any thing in the line of c...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 27 May 1897

Ranche and Range. vol. 1, no. 8. IRRIGATION IN WASHINGTON. Yakima County Leads in Number of and Length of Canals— Kit titos County is Next On the List. Yakima county, it is estimated, has 139,408 acres of lands under irrigation, covered by 420 miles of ditches. Kittitas county is next on the list with 40,000 acres, irrigated by 25 miles of ditches. Walla Walla county is third in order with 10,498 acres watered through $7 miles of ditches, while Okauogan follows with a round 10, --000 acres, but has 120 miles of ditches. Doug las county is the next in the importance of her irrigation enterprises, showing 4,700 acres of land supplied by 60 miles of ditches. No other county in the state makes any considerable showing, Adams being the highest with about 900 acres of irrigated territory. Franklin county, the sagebrush plains of which surround Pasco, is given by the auth ority at hand, but an infinitesimal fraction of twenty acres re claimed, out of a do main of 785,500 acres of desert la...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 27 May 1897

2 PUBLISHERS' ANNOUNCEMENT. The Times-Argus subscription list and good will has this day been sold to Miller Freeman, proprietor of the Ranciik and RANGE, and he is hereby auth orized to collect all delinquent subscriptions due the Time-Ar gus up to May 21, 1897, and hereby agrees to carry out all unexpired subscriptions to said newspaper. Louis Lksh. Miller Freeman. INCREASE IN CIRCULATION. By the absorption of the Yak ima Times-Argus, R.ANCHE and Range has added eight hundred new names to its list this week. STROLL OF AN HOUR. E. A. McDonald's Observations While In termingling With the Farmers On North Yakima's Streets. Last Saturday afternoon, K. A. .Mc- Donald, Washington's Stale Dairy Com missioner, together with tiie editor, walked the length of Yakima avenue, Noitu Yakima's principal thoroughfare. Saturday is trading day with the farm era of Yakima valley, and the streets and stores were filled with countrymen, their wives, lads and lassies. The busy appearance of the town wa...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 27 May 1897

last week. Bioce the unfortunate tiro which destroyed his creamery .luring Ibe winter, lie has experienced greit dilti culty in caring for the milk from his her.l. Lie had been endeavoring to induce some of the other creameries to put in a skim ming station where the cream could he separated and shipped to the creamery to pc churned. Satisfactory arrangements could not be made however, hence the captain has put his stock on the range. As soon as he j:c's maters | roperly shaped if some one else does not come forward, he will put a creameiy in him self. -Ilu was "pullinj $100 per month' iv.it of the creamery, he ffttd, Up to Ilia time of the fire. Commenting on the benefits of a scientific agricultural eoarw, he said that 'he Washington Agricultural College was the most practical Institu tion in 'he state, and it wave promise of uplifting agriculture to the highest standard. He expressed great admira tion for Utah's college and the experi mental station, and said that they were doing...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 27 May 1897

I Hortioultur®. THE PRESENT SEASON'S PRUNE CROP. Will It Bring 15 to 18c Per Pound in the Eastern Market?—ls It More Profit able to Sell Fresh Than to Dry? To the Editor : We an: in receipt of the following : "J. F. Cass, Secretary of StHte Board of Horticulture—Dear Sir: L would like to inquire whether it would not be most profitable to ship our Italian prune crop the present season to the eastern market in the fresh state rathe:- than to dry it? It seems to me that until our oichards get to full bearing, or nearly so, it won't pay us to go to the expense of baying or building a dryer. My trees are only just coming into bearing nicely. I see in fie last (May) number ot the Northwest Horticulturist that the Italian prune sold two years ago for lo to 18c ' per pound, fresh, in Hie eastern stales, and that it cost 2c per pound to ship them there. Now if 1 could get lo per pound for my prunes here, in the orchard, I would be satisfied. Would not the difference be tween 3j and 15 to 18c...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 27 May 1897

ENEMY TO THE SCALE. A Fungus Discovered Which May Rid the Country of a Formidable Pest. While in attendance upon a farmers' session of tli9 Chautauqua of De Funiak, I'rof. P. H. Rdlfs of tlic Floriila experi ment station, made the unwelcome dis covery that the San Ji?se scale was in this stale in vast numbers at that one pla> c, and possibly in others. Prof. Rolfe in an iudefaligable investi gator, who has rendered great service in Florida; and he has left no stone un turned in the hope that he might lind some way of combatting this terrible pest through natural means. In the course of his examinations he discovered, that the scale was dead on certain trees to which no treatment or spraying had been applied, and he set to work to dis cover the cause of this phenomenon. He found that the mortality of the insect was due to a fungus, a morbific spore, which fastened itself upon the scale and sucked the life out of it. While it is yet too early to make a de tailed statement as to thi...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 27 May 1897

6 Wtis Dairy, FOR A NATIONAL CONVENTION. Effort Being Made to Hold a National Convention of Dairy and Food Com missioners Next Year. By the following correspondence it will be seen Hint a movement lias been inaug uratcil lo get all dairy and food commis sioners together next year to discuss plans and excbange views in regard to the betterment and protection of the producers' interests: Office of Ohio State Dairy Commission. ) Columbus, 0., May 7, 1897. \ "Hon. E. A. McDonald, Tacoma, Wash. "Dear Sir: At a eonfeieme In hi in Toledo last Monday between IJon. Elliott O. Grosvenor aud myself, correspond ence peitaiiiinp to a meeting of all the dairy md food commissioneis of the United States was turned over to me to arrange, if possible, a time and place for said meeting. "The points canvassed were Columbus, Chicago, Detroit, and Nashville during the exposition. I have taken up the mat ter with parties in each of these citits, and desire to know your preference, aa well as the dale tbat...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 27 May 1897

will put in a dry kiln, and by dry ing the grain thoroughly the danger of disease coiting from same will be greatly lessened, and tlie price will accordingly rise to a paying basis. A Maine correspondent of the "Country Gentleman" writes: I have been in a great nian3 r barns—in the barns of noted dairy farmers—and I have been almost invariably disap pointed, and in not a small number of cases disgusted with the dairy condi tion of the floor behind and under the cows. It has been the exception with me 1o find cows with clean flanks and clean tails, the larger number of barns having cows plastered all over their rear with manure, and the floor slip pery with liquids. Think of the milk drawn from cows in this condition! What wonder that the butter is poor— that it "won't keep?'1 The progressive dairyman tests his herds and weeds out the unprofitable cows that do not come up to his standard of milk and butter produc tion; and the farmer who cannot afford to subscribe for a stock journal...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 27 May 1897

8 Ranche and Range. In the Interests of the Farmers, Horticulturists and Stockmen of Washington, Oregon. Idaho. Montana. Utah and British Columbia. Official organ of the Northwest Fruit Growers' Association-for Washington. Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. SMbscription (in advance) - - - $1.00 Per Year. fIILLER FREEHAN, - - - Editor. Address all communications to RANCHE AND RANGE, BosSM, North Yakima, Washington. EDITORIAL NOTES. It sounds pleasant to hear the following from C. E. Phenicie & Bros., of Tacoma: "We are glad to say that we are very busy." This firm is building up a good business in bee-supply manu facturing. This paper offers unexcelled advantages to ad vertisers for reaching the farmers, fruit growers and stockmen of the Northwest. It is the only live agricultural weekly among one and one-half millions of people. For those who are desiring to either sell, lease or purchase property of any kind, etc., we are conducting a special column, in which announce ments ma...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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