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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 27 May 1897

W3SM£;3ff, POLSONWILTON HARDWARE CO. if v, s&^ 831-823 Western Avenue, /g^S^¥\' JU^fj^^F===s .' Seattle, = = = - " Washington. fv^l^^^S^yj^ • ' PARM IVIACHIINERV. %.l*7 , W /rw^e^^^^^^!^^^^^s=<^g^^Aj^ Wagons, ""carriages, haying tools *^^afc^^ —Aiy^ . . .; Jtwfl*^ harvesting .machinery, field and Deering Idea. Mower, Roller andlß a. I Bearings. \ garden seeds. PumpS, Wlflll MJIIS, &C. SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. AUTHOR UNKNOWN, Should anybody come 10 you and wbiipei, 'I've a scheme For getting cash,i hand over fist, an 'endless golden stream.'' ■ And add, "I'll Id. yon in on this! ' why then, if you are wise. You'll spurn the bait and never try logrsisp the golden priz'-; ' For he's not 'as'ring tied to it. . ? ' Or, of course, he wouldn't do it; , . " lie is very sure to work the razzle-dazzle "afu r awhile; So disttuat the Fouls who ofl'er ■'' ; "Cause n\s you/ to fill your (offer,' p.»r t tic nun with gold to give away have all gone out n| style: '.' ■ ■i- ,'.'< ■■ ' . ■...

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. — 27 May 1897

IO Wiis Floaks. AN OFFICIAL DECLARATION. The Northern Pacific Company Outlines Its Policy in Regard to Renting Grazing Land. lii llie Spokane Chronicle of recent dute appeared a long article regarding the case of the Northern Pacific Rail way com] nny vs. Ma^nllon and others to prevent defendants from herding on the companj 's lands. The case came up In the Federal court at Walla Walla a few da> s •#> and Judge Hanford issued a restraining order against them. The Chronicle stated that last yenr the sheep men of western Whitman, Adams Frank lin and Columbia counties were summon ed through the Federal court to "appear in answer to a summons from the North ern Pacific company to show cause why they should not be permanently restrain ed Irom herding sheep on the company's lands without permission of the com pany, which they offVr to giant through iheir attorneys on the payment of a nom inal lental and an agreement on the part of the sheepmen to ship their wool each year over the N...

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. — 27 May 1897

exact a rensmiuble rental for the use of this land. "The leasing of our grazing lands has passed the experimental stage, havintr b?en thoroughly tested in Whitman, Adams Franklin, Walla Walla and Co Inmbia counties, in which districts we have already leased over three hundred thousand acres. So far as [am advised. every on* of our lesset'B is entirely satis fied with the arrangement, in fact I might go further]] and aav that v huge nutjirity of them have stated that they find tbe leasing arrangement much pref erable In the old plan, by which the range was free to all, and resulted in over-grazing and consequent destruction of the range, so that there was no grass for any one. '"We piopose to treat the stockmen fairly, recognizing that they ahe engaged In a legitimate industry, which should be fostered and encouraged and which fur nishes traffic for the compan}', at the same time the justice of tue company re ceiving a return for the use of its prop erty to offset the taxes and expen...

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. — 27 May 1897

12 Hpiary. BUZZINGS. BY Mi.S (HAS LICK. Parker Bottom supports ftboul lime hundred swarmsof bees. The ten-frame hives aie having a thor ough test in our yards this season. Have several supirs half full of honey, the swarming season is well under way. The locust trie-! •re while wilh blos soms anil alive wilh bees. The extractor will toon lie called out. Josh Douglass is talking of buying up v lew colonies of l>ets for his own use. We wish you succcs, Brother Josh. EI. Goodwin is haul at work tinns feriilljf bees from I tin old fashioned box and nail ke^:, to th<- siandard hive. A treat many of our bet-keepers are raising ilioi.e ins pail.of workers Tlmi is ihe reason why beck' ''piny dors not pay- Ii is claimed tliat soaking old combs in several walcis r< moves (lie dirt and colcr injjr matter, and yrcaily imnrnvos iln; wax. Tue Ciilifornia miti honey adul»erauon law is bwring fruit, according to the I'rtcino Journal. Man}' nrrestH have al ivady been t\\v\e \;-i irther iitH...

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. — 27 May 1897

battle- BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR CATTLE. Better Prices Predicted Than Have Been Received for Several Seasons. J. 8. Harris, of Chicago, who is regard ed as one of the b«.st posted men in the cattle business of the country, was in Portland the other day. an in conversa tion wilh an Orejjonian reporter saitl: "Unless all yi<_'iis Jail, ibe cattlemen will enjoy a profitable season tins year. Cattle will bring better prices than they diil last year, one dollar or more a hun dred, arc! Mint means a whole lot of money. Well matured cuttle will also be in jiuod condition, and lhat means that the average we'ght will be greater. ''We expect to do a big business at Lite Chicago yards, and are in shape to do it. The improvements there the past year have added greatly to onr facilities, and ih«jy will he appreciated by the "shippers. Chicago is ilie greatest live stock market in the world, and dues a greater business than all the other van's in the country combined. Last > ear the local consump...

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. — 27 May 1897

14 I3ri@Fly Said. Coffin Bros, haye sold 500 yenrliiiLrs In \V. H. Peatross for $1 (>5 each. I wish you the tr alcst laooCBS. — Hon. E. F. Bnhock, Wjiitfeburg, Wash. A. 11. Williams lias just finished plant ing for three Montana gentlemen 33 acres to fruit tr es under l! c Congdon i nnal. Fred Redig is doing splendid work fur Ranch e and Rangk among 1 lie dairy infn juni fjirm rs of Wesiern Washing ton. . . . Your paper certainly is une that ihoukl be iv every toun'ry home in Hie groat in lui'i empire.—R 11. \v'i her, The Dnllff, Oregon. Charles Reed, Rock Inland, Wash., sends us a list <>f mimrsuud writes: "Am doing all I can t «» get Ranchi and Range among the people of this district." We call attention to tl c advertise ment of Cooper's sheep dip. An attract ive offer is made to patrons of the dip. The book mentioned is one of the great est value to all sheepman. Prof. J. M. Aldricb, of Ihfl Llaho Ex periment Station, finds that the ladybug is not a formidable enemy to t...

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. — 27 May 1897

Markets. BUTTER. Scuttle, ranch 12@13c.; Was 11, creainry 15@l« lowa creamery 15c. > • «••.-." Taepma, ranch 14; creamery 1«!^. . Yaklma, r nch J2c. ; creamery lie. Spokane, creamery 20c. CUM. Seattle, new Wash, cream 10@l2c Tacoma. '■ *' .. ...9c ~. Spokane— Full cream, 12@13e. skim milk i)@loc. * *-■ -■"■• HONEY. Ynkima— 10c. Extracted i)c. Ptiget Sound •' 12c. '• 10c. Spokane " 15c. '• 12c. EGGS. Seattle J«c. Tacoma ; :A~i. ' Portland •..,..'... -j.V.iagMc. Spokane:..l. .V.: • • • • •; 13@14a Yak I ma.' :••••• lv« i: .. .POULTRY. • •: Chickens— . .. ~-,„.,, Sea tie......'...' per doz. $3<§*4.-Vi Tacoma " " 3(sj4.<Kt Portland ....' ••• " " 2.50'«3 '<'• Spokane " '■ -1.6u<3,(j.00 Ducks— ;; -'^3.00 Seattle " "333.00 Spokane ' " 4 Turkeys— Seattle perlbloc. Spokane " I"*. FRUITS. Apples- .*<-»: Seattle.. . Yakima and VVenatchee $1.50iai2 '• ..Eastern 1.25 Tacoma ....... Eastern Washington 1 .75®2 Spokane... 1.10@1.35 Strawberries per crate—Seattle f2@6; Taco ma, $1....

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. — 27 May 1897

16 Goods o/t Cost for ±Illlg> Next OO Days! For the next sixty d«ys I will sell at cost Dry Goods, Gents! Furnishing Goods, •-.-■■. • . Hosiery, Boots, Shoes, Furnish! nig Goons, Tinware, Wood■■>n\vare Ktt<l Notions -ffe- THIS IS A BONA-FIDE SALE! -y£ ' lam goinK to Chicnuo to bring back an immense newttock. therefore must mak? - ' • ' ■ room in my store by selling all goods on hand at ACTUAL COST! The jacket Stotre.^nS" 1 Christ filler. i The Waverlcy Bicycle for iß<;7 is > | tiieacmo of bicycle construction. \> 5 New and expensive pr nciplcs of (, 3 construction involved make the Jt j cost of building enormous. Hence > $ the price i.i $100. C The G^ly bicycle | with t:cie bearings \ i Last year the Waverley was a.i $ good as any wheel in the market— 6 better than mo.-t. Because new | machinery was rot needed for its 11 continued construction, the price 11 of the improved 1896 model has '! been reduced to $60—a saving of \ 1 525 to you. Catalogue Free. 11 India...

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. — 7 June 1897

Ranche and Range. vol. 1, no. 9. Hon. c. a. McDonald. The subject of our illustration was born in Ontario, Canada, and resided on a farm until he was seventeen years old, when he entered the High School at Port Perry, Canada, where he remained two years; matriculated at the Univer sity of Toronto in 1876 —graduated in 1880, tak ing the degree of Bachelor of Arts. After gradu ating, he left for his parents' home in Independ ence, lowa, where he went into partnership with his brother and opened a general merchandise store at Oelwein, lowa. The company purchased the Oelwein Creamery, and owned and operated store and creamery until 1888. Catching the Western fever he sold out and moved to Tacoma, where he now resides. Since his resi dence in that city Mr. McDon ald has been in the wholesale butter and cheese commission business, assistant manager of the Crescent Creamery Company and president and manager of the McDonald Grocery Company. He has been prominently identi fied with the comme...

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. — 7 June 1897

2 PUBLISHERS' ANNOUNCEMNET. The Times-Argus subscription list and good will has this day been sold to Miller Freeman, proprietor of the Ranchk and RANGE, and he is hereby auth orized to collect all delinquent subscriptions due the Time-Ar gus up to May 81, 1897, and hereby agrees to carry out all uuexpired subscriptions to said newspaper. Louis Lesh. Millkr Freeman. Dated May 21, 1897. PROGRAM OF FARMERS' INSTITUTE To Be Held at Ellensburf? June 10, 11 and 12-Will Be a Great Meeting. JUKI 10. 10:01) a. m.—"The Natural advantages of Kittilas Valley". ..Hon. J. P. Sharp 10:20 a. in. —"When to Spray" S. W. Maxey 10:4ti a.m.—"The Reclaniamatiou of Alkali Land" Prof. Fulmer 1:30 p. m.—"Cultivation of the Orch ard and Storage of Fruit" . Hon. John Catlin 1 :50 p. in.—"Sources of Error in the Babcock Test".. ,Pro(. W. J. Spill man 2 :50 p. vn.—A Paper B. F. Read :J:10p. in. —Recitation, "The Farmers' Institute" Bright Bennett .'5:20 p. m.—A Paper Jacob Bowers 3:40 p. m-.—A Paper C. H. King...

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. — 7 June 1897

with headquarters at The Dalles. A few years later ho transferred his herds to Washington. Together with Ben Snipes he has had running on the range as high as 20.0J0 head of cattle at one time. He says tbe day of large herds of cat tle on the ransres is past. The principal source of supply must hereafter come from tbe forms. He points out that there is profit in farm-raised cattle where good stock is kept. When asked what lus plans for the fu ture were he stated that he would make it his special business to take life as easily and as pleasantly as possible. THERE ARE TWO OF US. The following letter is at hand: Office of Farmers' Voice, I Chicago, May 10, 1897. J ifILLRB Fheeman. Editor, North Ynkima, Wash. Dear Sir: RaKCHI and Rangk has reached my desk and I take pleasure iv placing it on our exchange list. I no ticed au announcement in some paper regarding your journal, and have had it iv mind to write you, because your given name is the same as mine and rather out of the ordinary....

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. — 7 June 1897

I Wh® Dairy, THE BABCOCK TEST For the Creamery Patron and for the City Milk Dealer. | Address delivered before the Washington Suite Dalrymen'a Convention, lield April !• and 10 tit Spokane, by Prof. W. 11. Heilemm of the state Atciioaltaral Collet*. 1 The relation the Bibcock milk tester bears to the ereameiymen over tbe conn try is. we believe, quite well understood. We hold that it is one of the strongest elements entering into successfurcreani ery operations, and take from this the conclusion that few creamerymen are blind enough to overlook this corner stone of their business. It, is our intention to speak briefly of the relation the Bubcock milk tester should bear to the milk producer, for creameries and the city supply nten, since its scope for usefulness is of no leas value to tills class than it is to the class operating creaneiies. It generally holds good in all business enterprises tbat the methods of business adopted by the corrorution. in so far as they are just, are met...

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. — 7 June 1897

for separating the cream from the milk? A. The whole milk chaps turn over the entire | rocess to the calves. Q Are the patrons of cheese and but ter factories in your section satisfied witli lie results obtained, and if not satisfied, what stems to be the cause of dissatis faction? A. No, sir! The cream will not fur nish enough "boodle to liquidate the drum item; that is what hurts a Mis- Rounan. Q Do many people store ice in your Bevtioll, and is the practice becoming general? A. We are just beginning to "whoop up" the business big. Most farmers are now storing a sufficiency for summer use. Q. What kind of butter packages are used for storing and marketing butter? Creameries and farm dairies use the a3h fwkin. "Mossbacks" from ibeOsage timbers bring it tied up in a rag and as tride old "Dobbin" or a mule. Q. In churning do you practice ihe granular process? A. You can't stuff that granulating "biz"' down an> one from south of Ma son and Dixon's line. Q. If you th'nk of any infor...

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. — 7 June 1897

6 HortiaultMr®. FRUIT CROP PROSPECTS. FROM PARKER. There will be a crop of one-half million pounds of prunes in Parker district this year. Up to the present time no provis ion is being made for their care. C. P. Wilcox, who has under construction a drier, has concluded, I am informed, not to fiuish it. The only way to dispose of them will be to ship gieen. Pears are dropping off the tiees to some extent, and will be only a reasonable crop. No cherries and only 15 per cent of a crop of peaches on my place. FbKD Thompson. Parker, Wash, FROM WAITBBURG. Editor Ranche and Range : No dam - age whatever to any of my orcbard, or to the coming crop. In this locality the peach crop, particularly the tender vari eties, have suffered materially. I esti mate the crop at not more than 30 per cent. The sour cherries and some of the henrls will give an average crop. The Napoleon B. (Royal Ann) will yield no crop worth mentioning, many of the trees being killed and the rest badly damaged. I think it...

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. — 7 June 1897

Poultry Yard. HENS ON THE FARM. Thpre is hardly a farm in this broad land where hens are not kept. Just now eggs are very cheap, and the farmer in fers that "liens don't pay." Next fall and winter eggs will be higher, but the average farmer will be gatheiing noue. therefore he will say again that "hens don't pay.'1 There must be another side to this, for some people tell us that hens do pay. In the first place, the average farmer pays no attention to blood. There is a vast difference in cows even of the same breed. The difference is not only in the flow of milk, but also in the thickness of cream; so it is with the hens. iSome breeds are better layers than others, and some individuals are better than others of the same breed. More selection should be made. Thor oughbreds are necessary. Select the breed suited to the object sought, Se lecc only perfect, large-sized eggs to set. Select eggs from known layers or heavy fowls, as the case may require; and last, but not least, procure new...

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. — 7 June 1897

8 Ranche and Range. iss"Cte:id evebt ix'i-ixr:Ess:D-A.'z-. 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. Swbscriptiow (in advowee) - - - $1.00 Per Year. fIILLER FREEfIAN, Address all communications to ItANCHK AND RANGE, Box (i«i, North Yaklma, Washington. EDITORIAL NOTES. The cost for a card in our "Special Column" is merely nominal, and the responses are always many. It is the most profitable form of advertis ing land, stock, machinery, etc. Alex McAllister, one of the principal sheepmen of Yakima valley has closed an arrangement for the services of George Pryor, who is a specialist in handling stock. One week's advertising did it. The way agricultural implements of all kinds are selling is a caution. The season has only commenced and yet dealers report a most wonder ful demand for grass an...

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. — 7 June 1897

FUTURE OF THE CATTLE INDUSTRY. The unusually high prices prevailing for cattle are tempting owners to let go of their stock in a manner that bids fair to cause a scarcity this season of not only beef animals to supply the home de mand, but it looks as though the number of breeders will be very materially lessened. One effect of this general unloading and exportation will be the hastening of a change in the methods and conduct of cattle raising in Eastern Washing ton and Oregon. The ranges will be given more largely to sheepmen, who will not be slow to take advantage of the increased pasturage by making extensive additions to their flocks. We have wit nessed in the past few weeks the retirement from the cattle business a number of the most promi nent raisers in Central Washington and the money realized from the sales is in some instances already invested in sheep. Another feature sure to be developed is that of the raising of beef cattle on our farms. "What folly!" we fancy we hear s...

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. — 7 June 1897

to ¥ti@ Flacks. THE SHEEP BREEDER'S ENEMIES. Tiik Scab.—thu diagram represents tbe author of that fearful and universal scourge, ''the scab," Though among the smallest of M'sible objects, it causes more damage to the flock master in most ■?°M Bi? r8I!2 T; , countries than all his (Highly Magnified.) oilier enemies com bined. The life history of tliese paiasites is in general very similar. They attack the external skin of tlic animals in which they live by biting it. Soon after scabs are formed. Under these scabs the in sects lay their ovoid eggs. After two or three days these eggs hatch, and in fif teen days the progeny become adult. Eacli adult female is estimated to lay about fifteen eggs, two thirds of which produce females. When hatched the young invade new territory and lend the life of their parents. It has been etti mated by an eminent scientist that one single impregnated female would in three months be responsible for a colony num bering one one half millions. The Sheep Tic...

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. — 7 June 1897

deplete iheir own pockets are too busy 10 read and have no time to fool away dip ping sheep or spraying fruit trees. They tell tis they have no hick any more. FLOCK NOTES. John Mills has sold to George Wright 2,000 lamhs. Pay a good price for a good ram tather than have a poor one as a gift. A steady advance in Ihe price of breed ing sheep is reported in all parts of the United States. The payroll of the wool scouring mill at Pendleton, Oregon, for the year end ing March 1, 1897, was .?24,040 Colin Carmiehael has shipped from North Yakima to Hollowell & Donald, Boston, 30,000 pounds of wool on con signmet for Vessey & Mcll-ie. Arrangements haye been made with the Northern Pacific to carry twenty-six cars of sheep through from Norih Yak ima to Chicago within the next two weeks. If all tbe sbeepless men In the coun try who wnnt breeding sheep should get half the number they want, there would not be a ewe left in tbe bands of present flock owners from Maine to the Pacific ocean...

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. — 7 June 1897

12 T?hs Hpiary. ADULTERATED HONEY. California has passpd vorv stringent laws auainst the ndulteraiion of honey. Tnis it is claimed w ill have Ihp effect of keeping up a good price for the Wash ington product, us Ilie pure article lins had to rntne in competition wiih bogus competitors. We know of a firm on the Sound that i* putting up bottles and fancy packages of wlint tliov call orst frrndri extracted honey, but as it costs them but (ie a pound to put it up. il.ev areeith<r getting lionev from a lot of fellows who like to sell at a .loss, or ihey are buying the most of theit ingredients fit the drug store. The California law mny be a good thing in that it mules the humbugs in that state shut down, but we fear that it will increase the number and prosperity of those who are engaged in the nefarious business of cheating the apiari ts by supplying consumers In the North markets with an artificial combination. The beekeepers have the remedy 111 their own hands. ]\y. an organized ef...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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