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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 29 September 1898

6 Washington Agricultural College. The cheery face of Prof. Spillman greeted tha writer as he alighted at Pullman station a few days ago. "Come up to see the college, have you? Well, sir, glad to see you. I'll take you right In tow." And away we went. A pleasant visit of a day was spent at the college, and, although that time was far too short, much of interest was noted. President Bryan was in his study, and in a chat of an hour reviewed the work of the college and experiment station in a general way. "The at tendance last season was larger than in any pre vious season," he said. "We had an attendance of 356 students from 24 counties in the state, and from the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Michigan and North Dakota, and Indian Territory and Brit ish Columbia." Prof. E. A. Bryan. This year the college opens September 22. The following are the departments of instruction: Mathematics and civil engineering; chemistry; bot any and zoology; agriculture; horticulture; English langu...

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. — 29 September 1898

publicity and helped greatly to stimulate the indus try. Dr. Nelson, who is at the head of the veterinary department, was away and could not be seen. His work in the college involves instruction in the va rious branches of the veterinary profession. Dur ing the school months diseased horses, cattle, sheep and swine are treated in the presence of students. Last winter five horses were dissected for purposes The Investigations of Prof. Piper, the entomolo gist, have attracted wide attention. We described in our last issue his researches, jointly with Dr. Nelson, on the squirrel pest. The writer found him in his laboratory deep in his work and yet, busy as he was, took the time to give us a great many points on the progress of his work, some of which we will present in future issues. Stanley Piper, a younger brother of Prof. Piper, has made a creditable beginning for a collection of the birds and mammals, mice, chipmunks, squirrels and rabbits. The specimens are mostly in the form of s...

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. — 29 September 1898

8 John B. Agen's Establishment. The house of John B. Agen, of Seattle, does the largest business in butter, cheese and eggs of any firm in the Northwest. Quite recently this estab lishment has entered new and handsome quarters in the Colman building fronting on Western ave nue and Marion street. Not only is an extensive trade carried on with the merchants of Seattle and the cities of Western Washington, but a heavy business has been built up with Alaska points, China and Japan, the lat ter being the principal country in the Orient using our dairy products. John B. Agen was brought up on a farm in Western New York. He received a common school education at Arcade in that state. His; father con ducted a large dairy farm and he was put into the harness at the early age of 15 years, and has been identified with the dairy interests ever since. In '76, when a boy of 20, he left for Northern lowa, where the first year he worked on a dairy farm for wages. The second year he commenced his car...

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. — 29 September 1898

Oak Hill Stock Farm. This is one of the leading breeding farms of pure-bred stock in the Northwest. It is located four miles from North Yamhill station, on the Southern Pacific road, and contains over 1,000 acres of fine rolling land, making an ideal stock ranch. It is owned by Chas. E. Ladd, of the banking firm of Ladd & Tilton. Mr. Ladd Takes great per sonal interest in the development of the agricul tural and industrial resources of the Northwest, and his introductions of fine grades of cattle, sheep, horses and swine have been a great stimu lus to the stock industry. Frank Brown, the manager, is an expert at stock breeding. He is from Scotland, and all his life has handled fine stock. He is a good judge of animals and has shown much judgment In the late selec tions made by him and added to the farm. The Shorthorn herd contains some of the finest individuals on the Pacific coast. Among the illus trations No. 1 is the Shorthorn bull, Baron Lin wood 10th (127368); calved Octobe...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 29 September 1898

10 SEND YOUR EGOS Sz CHIX to us and receive highest market price. Large or small quantities accepted and quick returns; try us. C » o Ha &> W/V%i4-t3> Wholesale Dealers la Pro- Lratte cc wnite, duce O f ah Kinds. 316 SPRAOUE AYE., SPOKANE, WASH. Hibbard & Norton Co., Of Seattle are Wool Pullers and Tanners. It will pay you to write to them before selling Pelts, Wool, Hides and Fur. SEATTLE. WASHINGTON A. D.Blowers A. B. Klnetb Blowers & Kineth, Commission Agents, Purchasing Agents, dealers In Produce. Butter, Eggs. Fruit, etc. Consignemnts solicited; prompt re turns. Reference, Puget Sound National Bank. 821 Western avenue, • • Seattte, Wash. TASCHEREAU & HAMILTON GENERAL COMMISSION. YOUR CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED, CHEESE, BUTTER, EGGS AND FRUIT. 161-163 S. Lincoln St., Spokane, Wash. Tel. 427 *s~^^tij&hi?^Mo£~ Lehman **i^p3ißi^Wßros. Grain, Feed and Flour, Importers and millers of Grains of all kinds. Corn Chop, Bye Flour, Graham, Whole Wheat Flour, Corn Meal...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 29 September 1898

"HAPLELAWN." The Farm of W. H. Paulhamus, Sumner, Wash. The series of fine photo-engravings we present herewith comes very neai ' be ing a complete description of "Maple lawn," the beautifully located farm of W. H. Paulhamus, within a mile of Sum ner, in Pierce county. The stock are all of high breeding, and selected with the assistance of the best judges in the country. Last year he vis ited the state fair at Oregon and pur chased the three best Jerseys shown there from D. H. Looney. Mr. Looney said he did not care to sell and placed a price that he thought 'would be prohibitive, but Mr. Paulhemus promptly paid the price and got the cows. Engraving No. 1 is "Belle of Maplelawn." No. 2 is "Landseer's Queen." No. 3, "Lady Faustina Popis," first at Oregon State Pair, 1897. No. 7 is "Lady Dewey," 17 months old. No. 9, "Sunbeam of Glen wood." RANCH AND RANGE. No. 5 is the residence of Mr. Paulhamus. He has an up-to-date barn that is a joy to behold. It is whitewashed, the floor .swept c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 29 September 1898

12 Relation of the British Columbia Mines to the Agricultural Areas of Eastern Washington. By W. Q. Guancc. Spokane owes much of its present prosperity to the mines of southern British Columbia. Not only have Spokane people been largel holders directly in the mining interests of Rossland and vicinity, but Spokane merchants and trades people have drawn heavily from the trade of that section. And much more than this has come to Washington from the development of the rich ore regions of Canada to the north. While Spokane speculators have been richly repaid for their ventures in British Columbia mines and Spokane trade has been stimulated and sustained by the yield of its ores, the agricultural country lying north and west of Spokane has found the non-agricultural stretches referred to an excel lent cash customer. Despite the border tariff, the farmers of Stevens and Spokane and Lincoln coun ties have found their British cousins excellent cash customers, and the money that has flowed in...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 29 September 1898

WE WANT RANCH DAIRY and CREAMERY BUTTER Ship direct to us and get the highest prices. We can handle in large or small quantities and make money for you. TRY US. John B. Agen, SEATa w W II I' •■■■ , . . ■...•-- ■«...-,, „ „.;.-.■ „ , ..,■:-•.■ X.-.-. i.<(j--.--] ■ ■ • . ■ - . ■ ■< .; ■' *■ ' , ,:: :•.-■-__ .-. ,-. : ■ -, „ ':. . / i' ■, '.- J, a -. ■.- • ■ Ground Bone * wit infers Send for Prices Send for Prices Frye, Bruhn & Co., Seattle, Wn. It beats the Klondike v... < when yon can store butter Eggs and Cheese with the . >, Seattle Automatic Refrigerating Company, and get 50 per cent In advance in price In ninety days. • ; . 71.*-.''* Try it when you have goods to store. J. The Wind Bloweth Where it Listeth ► ■ * ; THE RUSSELL COMPOUND TRACTION Jf^nSS? 8 g2°d^ JSlt^t? 6™????^' ' t^xt^txt^ • 4.v 4 *i t^ • v. -Mr CYCLONE and MASSJLLON FARMERS' 4 ; ENGINE is the most powerful Engine built. FRIEND WIND STACKER it does not, for ; ; It saves one-third to one-half in fuel...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 29 September 1898

14 HARKET REPORT. SEATTLE. Jobbing quotations; what produce is sell ing at in round lots: Peaches are in good demand and are higher priced because they are becoming somewhat scarce; 65@75c. Nice eating peaches bring 75c readily. The first car of Concord grapes has ar rived and in nice shape. They were sold at 32@35c per basket. Native black grapes, 80®750 per crate; Muscat, 50@65c. Two carloads of onions have arrived from Yakima. They were dried nicely and in good shape. They are crowding the California onions out of the market, for the latter are no better stock and cannot be shipped here for the same price as the Yakima onions, $1 per hundred. Chinese gardeners from the Islands are offering onions for $17@18 per ton. Apple market is well supplied with an inferior grade of fruit. Good apples are mixed in with poor, scrubby, knotty ones, poorly packed in old boxes and split-out boxes', just good enough to sell and just good enough to spoil the sale of good ap pls well put up. Will t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 29 September 1898

Pacific m Jacob Hettrick, • . ji™JP Local and district agents C\f\£\ CT~ —=j^f^ wanted on all parts of the V JPJP Pacific Coast. yelm, w. A JB Ba Is a Cream Separator a paying Invest /\ /V*/"^ d~*^t.T li M merit? If you keep cows, what is your ob /-% V W^* I I V' ■ #19 H ■)ect in "° dolnK? What system do you *■ +/ %# Ink. use to cream your milk? What per cent. m ■&% of the fat In the milk are you able to gel -d m I-*"-, Kk with the present system? What Is the a -_ 1 T .-.*. VlfA\ cost in time, labor and ware? Do not wait I— -4, £* I ■ mT\ £* £-M Hl^V^^m^ until you see how your neighbor is going I v^^/l 1 i I.^ltT ™ ir t0 make a separator pay; figure It out A—<^rJLJl. |^-r^»'^^ _^^H^^^^^^ yourself. Buy an "Eclipse Separator" at A .detfi^H *£ti once and get your share of Increased prof- WB HS^ its gained by the use of a separator. All /"* *«/-k #•%■« Cnr\a««n'fAf*f lßHfci*\^3f*.^^^ machines guaranteed. Send for list and L. 1 Cclll I Z^CDcircllOlO IS m&sSBBeBUm. testimonials...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 29 September 1898

1(5 FAST WORKING MONEY MAKING > 1-■■■ • • \ , . i Southwick := i =: Hay Presses i ■; .cl<v.\':V-v :.v- '^'^':::i -v r.i-■'[■'■■]}y v'- v":> '■'■■ -:' ' "■. ■** ..■.■-.' ■ ■ • • • . . ■ Absolutely the best in the WORLD. More Southwick Presses sold this year in Oregon than of all others combined. Constructed on Correct Principles: Continuous travel 40 inch feed open ing--Largest made—Gives large capacity. Press up; Power down . Send for Catalogues, and Testimonials from Users in Oregon and Washington. Mitchell, Lewis & Stayer Co., FIRST AND TAYLOR ST., PORTLAND, OREGON. BRANCHES AT SPOKANE AND SEATTLE. , I—_1 —__—_—__ 1 1 t''''''.' 1 *! - i'if^Ußß ■ n9M * ImßftjK'Wi. $,* i' 4&n ■ ! 1 I hi'~''-.-■ '■■--'- '.' r^\-. \ ■ : :* ■ *>:":•" * 'lv^'r^f^'^- ' C_vOll£^O*^'r < "' ftiflMß- '""^' ' Wii! tiU&:i ~y' I L-,V —.^L'—i l .l.".'.i.ni..ni '111 111* *"n' \ m ■■■"■ 'iih.wiiipi»ii"ii ** ■ * himmwm ...^- ■' nnmiMWHiw * ■ —I—«■■■*— 1 *>'» 1 Mil* . IN CHOOSING A SCHO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 October 1898

lAnch And Bange Vff^ -iif' ISSUED EVERY WEEK Ik- Vol. 4, No. 28 % Something for Nothing § JJ . A Chance for the Dairyman j| £■ A DeUVAL -"BABY" CREAM SEPARATOR. ' -fc|M-l| Jf "^H* We offer as a premium at the Washington State Fair, at North Yakima, Wash, begin- ■ Mill M^Hv^: ■ I"'[ill''l -f(^ v ning September 26th, 1898, ONE BABY, No. 0, De LAVAL SEPARATOR, capacity' 200 lbs HS'SBWiP Hill *^ J^^ of milk per hour, value $65.00, as shown in accompanying illustration—for the highest iHil« | Jlf *f quality of Farm Butter made on the farm, without the use of a Cream Separator. This is i^^HiHllflllil'lilfil!' lili j '*&*' J*J<» open to EVERY FARMER IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. '. ' -—-^^1 If •^f We also offer an 8-Bottle Curtis Hand Babcock Tester for the highest quality of Separa- |Bj||i||!p Jj f^*^ j^^. tor Dairy Butter made on a Private Dairy Ranch with the use of a Cream Separator, ,*«JBL*L__-JL if SJT and a 20-Bottle Curtis Babcock Motor Testing Machine for the highest quality ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 October 1898

2 The Wind Bloweth Where it Listeth THE RUSSELL COMPOUND TRACTION ??^?Ai?!? S gsod A but with the RUSSELL ! IWHHEb the most powerful Engine built SSSg"wS& SSSBSK d^sT^ ! It saves one-third to one-half in fuel ami we reg ulate 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 longest « If You Contemplate Buying, Write us for Catalogue. < Russell & Co., Portland, Oregon. 320-324 Bel mont Street, 160-166 East First Street. : THE ANNIE WRIGHT SEniNARYI &l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 October 1898

RANCH AND RANGE- Vol. 4, No. 28 Treatment for Seed Wheat. It is now well known that smuti is a disease car ried forward from one year to another in the seed wheat. The disease converts the kernel into a black, ill-smelling mass of spores which, when the smutty kernels are broken up by the threshing ma chine or by handling, attach themselves to the sound kernels. When wheat so infected is sown, the ker nels and these spores of smut germinate at the same time. The smut plant grows inside the wheat stem throughout the season, and when the crop is ripening it turns the kernels in the head of wheat into the well-known smut kernels. The spread of the disease may best be prevented by treating the seed wheat. The remedies are neither expensive nor laborious in application. The Michigan experiment station gives the fol lowing directions for treating the wheat to prevent the growth of smut. Treatment No. 1, Formalin. Buy at a reliable drug store a pound of formalin. It should cost you not far...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 October 1898

4 temperature, moisture, etc. The following table gives about the number per hundred of seeds that should sprout, of the various common seeds, when treated as above described. It also gives the pro portion of absolutely clean seed that the commer cial seeds should contain. These figures are issued by the United States department of agriculture: Standards of purity and germination of agri cultural seeds. Purity. Germination. Per cent. Per rent. Alfalfa 98 85-90 Asparagus 99 SO-Hb Barley 99 90-95 Beans 99 90-95 Beet 99 150 Blue grass, Kentucky 90 45-50 Bromus inermis 90 75-80 Buckwheat 99 90-95 Cabbage 99 90-95 Carrot 95 80-85 Cauliflower 99 80-85 Celery 98 60-65 Clover, alsike 95 75-80 Clover, crimson 98 85-90 Clover, red 98 85-90 Clover, white 95 75-80 Collard 99 90-95 Corn, field 99 90-95 Corn, sweet 99 85-90 Cotton 99 85-90 Cowpea 99 85-90 Cress 99 85-90 Cucumber 99 85-90 Egg plant 99 75-80 Fescue, meadow 95 85-90 Lettuce 99 85-90 Kaffir corn 98 85-90 Melon, musk 99 85-90 Melon, w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 October 1898

Grass Gardens. By F. Lamson-Scribner, B. Sc, Agrostolo gist, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. WHAT IS A GRASS GARDEN? Gardens devoted exclusively to grass culture and experiment are called grass gardens. Usually their object is to exhibit and test the qualities of grasses useful or possibly useful for forage, and other plants used for this purpose, the clovers, vetches, etc., have generally been given a place in the gar dens with them. These gardens are museums of living plants, and as such they are particularly in teresting, as they contain the plants which form the basis of agricultural pursuits, and are of the greatest importance, directly and indirectly, to man. One of the first and most celebrated grass gardens was that conducted by Mr. George Sinclair, under the patronage of the Duke of Belford, early in the present century. Within the last few years grass gardens have multiplied, both in Europe and in this country; here particularly, because of the establishment of the state exper...

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. — 6 October 1898

f> Pitting Cherries. Dr. Cardwell, of Portland, one of the leading fruitgrowers of Oregon, calls our attention to the article following, as being interesting to cherry growers. It first appeared in the Newberg (Ore.) Graphic: Twenty-five years ago I had an; orchard of Early Richmond cherries containing 35 acres, which sold well until my trees came into full bearing., when I could not dispose of them at any price. I then "rigged up" and canned all we could handle with the pits in, which required a large number of cans, also a number of cases to pack them in, with heavy freight charges, and they then only sold for about one-half the price that pitted cherries were selling at; so I decided to pit a portion of my next year's crop. Now the trouble begins. I tried every hand machine in the market with poor and expensive re sults. I then built a machine that would pit 50 cherries at each stroke. I worked all winter on this machine, and after trial threw it into the junk pile, as it did ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 October 1898

Grape Diseases on the Pacific Coast. The department of agriculture has Issued a bulle tin descriptive of diseases which affect the grape. It says: More than one-half the grapes of the United States are grown on the Pacific Coast, California alone having approximately 200,000 acres of vines. Most of the varieties grown in this region are de rived from a single species of grape, Vitis vinifera, which is believed to be a native of Asia, but which has been so long and so extensively cultivated throughout Europe that it has become widely known as the European vine. The varieties in the Eastern United States have, for the most part, originated frona^native North American species, but will grow under almost all the different climatic conditions prevailing in this country. The root louse (Phylloxera), and the fungous diseases known 1 as downy mildew, powdery mildew and black rot are much more severe on European than on native varieties. Phylloxera, so common upon our wild vines, where its i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 October 1898

8 Ranch and Range ISSUED KVKRY SATURDAY. 11l UM interests of the Farmers, Horticulturists, and Stockmen of Washington' Oregon, Idaho, Moiit.-ina, Utah, British Columbia. published by thk RANCH AND RANGE COMPANY. Conducted by - MILLER FREEMAN Assistant Editob • H. M. WALLACE, A. B. Editorial Offices, .... Seattle, Wash. business offices: Seattle, ... 315-316 Pioneer building. Spokane, - - Suite F Hypotheek bank building. SnnSCBIPTION, IN ADVANCK, - $1.00 PER YEAR. Address all communications to Ranch and Range, 315-316 Pioneer building, Seattle, Washington. A cordial invitation is extended all who are con nected with stock-raising to join the Washington State Stock Breeders' Association which has been so auspiciously organized, as explained in our jour nal this week. The object is a most commendable one, and the officers elected are among our most progressive breeders. All communications should be addressed to J. L. Smith, secretary, Spokane. •^ ■?*. -?>. Chtlan, Wash., Sept. 20, 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 October 1898

When Summer Ends. When summer ends —when the year grows old — And the maples are crowned with wreaths of gold; When the purple astors swing and nod 'Neath the shining plumes of the goldenrod; When the winds are still and the breezes sleep, While the halcyon broods on the waveless deep, Then the far-off skies seem wondrous near And the longed-for "sometime" almost here. 'Tis a time to dream of joys long fled, To live again the days that are dead, When love was young and life was new, When our ships came horne —our dreams came true. Thro' the dim, blue haze we can almost see The endless reaches of years to be; The present with past and future blends, When the year grows old —when summer ends. Miller Purvis, in Farmer's Voice. State Fair Notes. J. H. Stevens, of Ellensburg, who was in attend ance, reported another successful year with his in vestment in sheep. The flock which he bought a couple of years ago doubles the money invested an nually. A. W. Johnson, of the Olympic Iron Works,...

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