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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 September 1898

14 Seen in the Milk River Country. Moses Folsom, general immigration agent of the Great Northern Railway, returned recently from an extended trip through Montana, and especially the Milk river country. When asked what he saw and heard in Montana, he said: "I saw a wool compress at work in a Chinook w.-in'house, crushing three bags into single bale. It was a part of Montana's 30,000,000-pound crop of this year, with prices varying from 14 to 17 cents. "I heard an orchestra of Indian boys play for a Fourth of July dance at Glasgow, and it was a very nice party, too, and there were a half-dozen St. Paul people in it. "I saw cowboys busting broncos as a part of the programme on the Fourth at Glasgow, and beg to recommend it as a very lively snon. "I saw a quarter-section of land near Chinook, sold last summer for $1,500, which yielded the pur chaser $1,600 worth of hay in the fall. And there are hundreds of just as good quarter-sections of land in the Milk River valley subject to free e...

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. — 8 September 1898

Better Not Feed Skim Milk Alone. Many farmers do not clearly see the value and meaning of balancing the feed for a calf. To illustrate, let us take the experience of Mr. C. P. Goodrich in feeding pigs, says Hoard's Dairyman. His object, of course, was weight, but the prin ciple remains the same. Mr. Goodrich found that 100 pounds of sweet skim milk, when fed alone, would make five poifnds of weight, on shoats of 125 pounds each. A bushel of corn, when fed alone, would make 10 pounds of weight. The two feeds, when fed alone, therefore, were worth 15 pounds of gain. But, when he balanced them and fed together, they produced 18 pounds of gain. Can any man afford to throw away three pounds of gain, or 20 per cent, of the whole, because he don't, take any stock in this notion of a balanced ration? The editor of the Creamery Gazette says if the surplus of skim milk that the calves do not re luire were fed to pigs, with the proper balance, it would save another terrific waste that is going...

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. — 8 September 1898

10 FAST WORKING MONEY MAKING; ; Southwick :- i =: Hay Presses i 1 ■ ./ A Absolutely the best in the WORLD. More Southwick Presses sold this year in Oregon than of all! others combined. . ( Constructed on Correct Principles: . \ \ ' -• :v.:ro-:;'"- k Continuous travel. ......... \ - jh i>i 'ipiiFrnuppiuiiPll • / 40 inch feed open -Largest made—Gives large capacity. J Press up; Power down (j Send for Catalogues, and Testimonials from Users in Oregon and Washington. \ i Mitchell, Lewis & Stayer Co., | FIRST AND TAYLOR ST., PORTLAND, OREGON. BRANCHES AT SPOKANE AND SEATTLE. ' J .; _ « : __ t . __ :^-F- ■■■••■• ■ ■• ! • (j I«* 1. I * »• H_, ______f ' BVm^^^^^^. ' ** "^ 'J* —^—^—^—m——^—W^—————± ■ ' I^_; '• - v *— '. —* — ." / ... c IN CHOOSING A SCHOOL 1 j In which to place our sons and daughters for intellectual training, we should inquire into the social and moral instruction and influences of the \'vyjt various institutions before deciding I'm'uVJ THE PATRONS OF 1 VASHON COLLEGE...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 15 September 1898

Ranch Ahd Range ■<W 4© ISSUED EVERY WEEK Ik- Vol. 4, No. 25 I EVERYONE'S REACH, I m ffiitmw -W A DeLaval Cream Separator m IB^l^llip LIBRAE - The Bab^ No. 0, of 200 lbs capacity per hour, that is to say, one that will sep- ffc BPPWIHi ' If 1"1 \ arate 200 lbs of milk in that given time, has now been put on the market by WM 8? HlllliilP IBr 1976 the manufactui'er for the sum of SIXTY-FIVE DOLLARS, all complete and jf§| iS 'IBlii li?'i!t jll!l^:;" rjLD ♦-» ready to run. At such a price, no one with from 4to 10 cows need go on los- jS§ M^ WBamW&mM llii — ~JtrH money by dairying under the old wasteful methods; for a 10-cow to 15-cow J|f| liSlliglli^^ *T>T£ WTWiFuairy, the Baby No. 1, with a capacity of 300 lbs of milk Tier hour is just the M§fi & li^f thing. For als to 25-cow dairy, we have the Baby No. 2, capacity 400 lbs of Bf| !||) HiPPil milk per hour; over that size, we recommend the Baby No. 3, capacity 700 to fe^ fe 750 lbs of milk per hour. Write us for special des...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 15 September 1898

2 The Wind Bloweth Where it Listeth •Ci-ji;if^™Ste^^g^P^^^^^^^^^^^^f^'-~gß^^^^^i=g^^P/ With most Threshing Machines the old THE RUSSELL COMPOUND TRACTION ™£? T g *i? lds g^° d,V but V th th« RUSSEL^ ' T7XTr<tattp • n +1, mnn i __ T «_c,,i tti _„.:„,-. •u,,;i+ CYCLONE and MASSJLLON FARMERS 1 ENGINE is the most powerful Engine built. FRIEND WIND STACKER it does not, for It saves one-third to one-half in fuel and we regulate the blasts to blow where they water, is of less weight than the single cylin- will do the most good. Our Machines for der style, and the price is right, if you con- 1898 are models of perfection. They are built template buying an ENGINE, BOILER, especially for the Pacific Coast trade, have THRESHER, SAW MILL or HORSE extra large shoe and are substantial in all POWER write for our 1898 catalogue, and their parts. The CYCLONE will thresh the when in Portland call and see us and examine fastest, clean the best, run the lightest and our line of machinery. last the l...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 15 September 1898

RANCH AND RANGE- Vol. 4, No. 25 THE SEEDMEN'S SIDE. Interview with a Well-known Dealer on the Question of Pure Seeds—Some Valuable Pointers. "The discussion of the seed question in Ranch and Range is interesting and sure to throw a lot of light on this important topic," said Buell Lamber son to a representative last week. "Some of your correspondents seem disposed to want to do away with us altogether, but I am not thinking of retir ing right away, as there are too many orders com ing in from all over the country from ranchers who are too busy to grow their own seeds and find us pretty convenient to furnish same. "Yes, I will have to confess to the crime that we do make a profit out of the seed business, else why are we here? Like dealers in other lines, we are entitled to a legitimate margin on what we sell. Few realize, perhaps, the amount of capital it takes to run such a business as ours. We must carry stocks that are large and varied and run up into big money. We must keep what...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 15 September 1898

4 this is brought about by the fact that the mice de vour the dead bodies of their fellows. The marked success of the mouse bacillus has stimulated research in this direction, and in the past three years the Pasteur company has had upon the market a germ disease, sold under the name of "Pasteur virus," which is said to have yielded grati fying results in the cases of several different ro dents. One favorable condition in the problem so far us the ground squirrels are concerned lies in their can nibalistic habits. So strongly marked is this char acteristic, that in confinement the squirrels will nearly always leave vegetable food to feed on the carcasses of their companions, which they com pletely devour. This habit is rather more fixed in the Columbia ground squirrel than in the others, but all of them have it. The same thing holds true in the field under natural conditions, as abundance of evidence proves. From a bacteriological stand point this habit is of high importance, as it p...

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. — 15 September 1898

ning races, squaw races, war dances and a great barbecue. Chief Moses, and other lesser lights among the different tribes now here, will keep their people until after the affair is over. SkiiK'U County Fair. The proposition to hold a fruit fair in the Twin City next month is taking definite shape. Those having the matter in view have decided upon hold ing the fair about the latter end of September and are arranging for many other attractions of a musical and popular nature in addition to an ex hibit of the horticultural, agricultural and timber resources of the district, it is the present intention to have the fair last for three days and nights and on the last night to have a grand ball and prob ably a banquet.—Skagit County Times. Another Fnir. The Chelan Leader announces that those desirous of holding a fruit fair this year are requested to meet at Lakeside next Tuesday at 3 o'clock p. m. It seems from this that the people around Chelan and Lakeside are pushing the matter of havi...

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. — 15 September 1898

6 The Question Box. Trouble With Crenm. Falls City, Wn. Editor Ranch and Range: I will be well pleased if you can give any light on the following subject: Hans Moore and others in this state have had trouble ripening cream in the months of July and August. At his request I investigated the matter, but could not see what the trouble was. I have made butter in Wisconsin for four years and four years in Nebraska in large creameries, and never had any similar experience. Cream looks thick and curdled before it shows any acid; it begins to get thick after it is separated 12 hours, and on churning more or less of the cream does not churn. When the buttermilk is run off it looks like cheese, and on re-churning two or three pounds of butter is obtained from four gallons of buttermilk; then the buttermilk looks natural. The cream is cooled to 58 degrees F. and kept at that degree for 24 hours, and then churned at 60 degrees P., and it requires 35 to 55 minutes to churn it. General appearance...

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. — 15 September 1898

of such a character that they may be applied to nurposes and used in forms for which the ordinary varieties are quite unsuited, thus providing novel and valuable food materials which could not be obtained from any other source." Cannery at Walla Walla. George Barber is operating very successfully a fruit cannery at Walla Walla. The Walla Walla Daily Statesman recently gave a very complete de scription of this enterprise, from which we extract the following: Nothing but the very choicest fruit is used and after it has gone through the hands of the cullers not a pit or scar can be found on any of the fruit to be canned. "It must be perfectly pure," sayft Mr. Barber, "and of the very best quality. This season the hot weather killed all of the beans.and late peas, so that he has nothing but early peas canned. The tomato crop was badly damaged also. Mr. Barber is only getting started in the work and will not be able to supply a very big trade, but next year, if he is given the proper enc...

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. — 15 September 1898

a Ranch and Range IB81TK1) KVK.UV HATI'KDAV. 11l the interests (if tlie Fanners, Urn tieultiirists. and Stockmen of Washington" Oregon, Idaho, Montana. I'tah, Hiitlsli Columbia. published my tiik KANCH AND RAMiK COMPANY. Oovovono bt - millkii fkkkman Assistant Kiutor - H. M. WAU..U X, A. H. Editorial Offices, .... Seattle, Wash. HITSINKSS OFFICKS: Seattle, - - • 315-316 Pioneer building. Spokane, - - Suite V Hynotlieek bank biillillng. BUnSCRIPTION, IN ADVANCK, - fl.oo PKR YKAR. Address all eomimmlcatlons to Ranch and Kange, .'ilo-316 Pioneer building, (Seattle, Washington. The state agricultural college at Pullman will open this year September 22. The indications now are that the attendance will be much greater than last year. And it should be. It is stated that not less than twenty new students are promised from Seattle. Many expensive improvements have been made the past vacation. Now the farmers in Eastern Washington and, in fact, all over the state have had two prosperous years...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 15 September 1898

of hastily swallowed fodder, which ruminants drive from their paunch and honeycomb stomach, back again into the mouth, to be chewed at leisure.' "Unless the cow has one cud to swallow she can not bring up another. The owner of the cow in quired among his frineds to find a remedy for the cow and received lots of advice, the most sensible of which was to make an artificial cud for the cow by wrapping some grass in an old dish cloth. This was to be poked down the animal's throat with a broomstick, and the dish cloth would produce the right amount of nausea to enable her to throw up a cud, and once the machinery was started it would run all right. Another told him that if the cow had lived a week since her cud was supposed to be lost, she had not lost it, but was bashful and was chewing it only when alone. "This proved to be the case. The cow was home sick, and made uneasy by the electric lights and cars, but after a few days she calmed down and re sumed her chew as of old. The owner is...

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. — 15 September 1898

10 Wool Prices vs. Shoddy Goods. In an interview with Theron E. Fell, manager of the Pendleton woolen mills, a fact was touched on throwing considerable light on the wool situa tion. "The wool market, at present, is an anom aly," said Mr. Fell. "The people appear to have plenty of money, but to be demanding cheap goods. Cheap goods in our line means either less for wool and less for labor, or shut down the plant. There fore, at the present time, we have shut down the plant. I am not telling you this as a piece of wel come news, but it is a fact that, the wool-growers demanding such high prices for clips, and the re tail trade demanding such cheap grades of goods, temporarily puts the wool manufacturing industry to sleep, and it is not only locally that this is true, but generally all over the country. Woolen mills are closing; shoddy mills are running at full blast, and in some instances putting on extra forces and crowding plants to the utmost capacity. "Here is a recent occurrence...

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. — 15 September 1898

T»he poultry yard# S. M. SHIPLEY EDITOR. For Profit. While for purely fancy points some other breeds, in my judgment, outrank the Minorca, I know of no thoroughbred fowl which is more eminently fitted to meet the requirements of the great mass of poultry breeders, combining, as they do, the great egg-producing, non-sitting characteristics of the Leghorn, with the flesh-producing qualities of the larger breeds of the American and Asiatic classes. All breeds have their strong and weak points and each is peculiarly affected by different clim atic conditions. This last factor should not be over looked when it comes to the selection of fowls for business purposes. On the Pacific coast we un questionably have just the kind of a climate in which the whole Mediterranean class is at its best. The cold winter weather of the east, with its months of close confinement, in order to avoid freezing and attendant difficulty of keeping the fowls warm enough to produce eggs, with total ab sence of gr...

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. — 15 September 1898

12 HARKET REVIEW. SEATTLE. Jobbing quotations; what produce is sell ing at in round lots: The market is not very good this week. Apples are a very poor sale. There is a great deal poor in quality and poor in packing. Much of this approaches so near to medium good stock that it spoils the sales of the latter. Pears are in the same condition. From 300 to 400 boxes of pears were taken from Western avenue this wet and dumped. Best Bartlett pears will bring G0066c ; gen eral price, 25®50c. n --"_'' Plums—There is no market at all for these. They will not bring enough to pay the freight; they are being sold on the streets for l6©Soc. ..... Prunes are in about the same condition. Grapes are coming in fairly plentiful and bring fair prices; native stock, 50@G5c; California. Go@Ssc. There is a good demand for good pota tO potatoes-White stock, $10@12; red, $9® 10c Cantaloupes—The feature of the market Tuesday morning was the receipt by Hix son & Co. of about 200 crates of canta loupes fr...

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. — 15 September 1898

Klondike. Fresh vegetables are in this market all through the year, whereas formerly, say 20 years ago, only pota toes, cabbage, turnips and celery were to be had in the winter months, and those sorts were often pretty stale. It looks as though evaporated vegetables will require a special merit like excep tional palatability or cheapness, in or der to make any great headway." In reply to this the Trade Register gives another opinion: "Our contem porary may doubt the growth of the evaporated vegetable industry, and the reasons it advances may appear excel lent, but we are still convinced that evaporated vegetables will grow in fa vor* in all markets, home and foreign. Time will show. The Klondike demand only brought this industry forward with a jump. There had already been a steady and growing demand in various sections where freight is an object as well as the lack of markets for fresh vegetable supplies. The small bulk and excellence of quality and preservative qualities gain favor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 15 September 1898

14 Colored Spots in Cheese. Numerous inquiries have been received by the dairy division of the United States Department of Agriculture, concerning the "disease" of cheese sometimes called "cheese rust." which is more or less prevalent in certain sections of this country and has caused considerable annoyance and loss to some factories and dealers. General Description. From about 50 reports received, at that office the following facts are gathered: The affection is no ticed where white, or uncolored, cheese is made. It may not appear until after the cheese is sold, but is usually first discovered from one to three weeks after the curd is pressed, when there may be seen a number of red to reddish yellow spots on the out side and throughout the body of the cheese; the spots may be detected with the aid of a microscope some time before they are visible to the naked eye. These sometimes seem to be in irregular layers, and when a trier is inserted piercing the layers rings appear on the pl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 15 September 1898

Sheep Diseases. This is the time of year when the insect or bac terial diseases do great damage to sheep. They should be carefully watched, and it is of impor tance that the sheep raiser should not only know when his sheep are sick, but also what is the mat ter with them. Treat the disease in its early stages. Prevent it if possible. This has been made the chief study of physicians for many years past, so that now the medical profession are mostly in terested in securing effective sanitary precautions for the prevention of diseases, rather than study ing how to cure them when they occur. The French people have an excellent method of prac tice in this respect. They pay their physicians as long as they are kept well, and expect timely and regular visits from them to see that they are keep ing well. When sickness occurs the physician's pay stops, until the family are recovered. This would be an excellent plan to adopt with our flocks. To take special pains to avoid disease, and to exer...

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. — 15 September 1898

16 ® WWW ® I FAST WORKING • ■ MONEY MAKING I ® ® S Southwick := . S ® ® I -: Hay Presses - I /CjX /\j?\ ® ® I Absolutely the best in the WORLD. More Southwick Presses sold this year in Oregon than of all|| <§) others combined. <§) |Constructed on Correct Principles: % (p Continuous travel <§) ® 40 inch feed opening==Largest made==Gives large capacity. || dD Press up; Power down ........ <§) $ ® ® Send for Catalogues, and Testimonials from Users in Oregon and Washington. ® I Mitchell, Lewis & Stayer Co., 9 y FIRST AND TAYLOR ST., PORTLAND, OREGON. BRANCHES AT SPOKANE AND SEATTLE. ® /s?\ i ! %T %/ ili fill /3f S *W A 1 y f ill A \*r w^w- ' / - ::'->-"¥€: -- -■: ~« >g 111 r~ v^^t^ 1 IN CHOOSING A SCHOOL I >£ In which to place our sons and daughters for intellectual training, we should inquire into the social and moral instruction and influences of the Sg( (tJ§) various institutions before deciding vgs? I THE PATRONS OF I I VASHON COLLEGE I ® ® $§ Are unanimous ...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 22 September 1898

iANCH MDIANGE -TIT ■■■■.4©- ISSUED EVERY WEEK ll*- . Vol. 4, No. 26 1 Something for Nothing f ■" -..iTii.tesx -^rA _. Chance for the Dairyman If |i A DeUVAL "BABY" CREAM SEPARATOR. fcj' t J ~*jfy* We offer as a premium at the Washington State Fair, at North Yakima, Wash, begin- 111 l "'' 'l|k !' J 2«T~ v^ ning September 26th, 1898, ONE BABY, No. 0, De LAVAL SEPARATOR, capacity 200 lbs BKf W I -*&£. of mil per hour, value $65.00, as shown in accompanying illustration—for the ' highest IHI IISI r*fet *f quality of Farm Butter made on the farm, .without the use of a Cream Separator. This is I ! 1 "^C^ J>V open to EVERY FARMER IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. lj«Wf "III!11'' < iijg . I/ --f We also offer an 8-Bottle Curtis Hand Babcock Tester for the highest quality of Separa- Bllilll? fl 'f''C*^ J5&4. tor Dairy Butter made on . a Private Dairy Ranch with the use of a Cream Separator, .JBEftiilk jfX Sf* and a 20-Bottle Curtis Babcock Motor Testing Machine for the highest qualit...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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