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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 27 October 1898

2 THE ANNIE WRIGHT SEfUNARY Tacoma, Washington. r~ *" * J-'J;'^-T^rf%j?^^ -T- - -.- ■ -■■ • - *^m^3- * * * • ■ * ■-■ ■ I*- . _ . ■ -_* — f *■***■""" . . - - * •*»: -' r^T **fw t^tF^^ '^*v^' ■" - •' * '' * •"' ' ';"> ■. j ■ ■ . *.. ■ *' k ' * ■ ■'- _i i -*•*~~ tiLjl^^' * ■ s *"v n^ ■ * ■ v**^^^^v. * *'" One thousand girls have ML m Thirteen Teachers, attended this school in the J& ' A Laboratory, Library, last fifteen years. tvSi^^t Gymnasium, Tennis • A^yl' _jK * J./ iyftj@Qßt^Bwi^B^Bß&N&i^' *' ■ '■■■■■■■ Court, Steam Heat, -•- -:- jfl AJfiS»K iJr EHkv And Electric Lights. I - tLjk* Iwlrfrl I & It has an income from '^El: LffllißßUkfii-SBfcJHMl^ ": an Endowment Fund of t&k.i ;^lr rfllß^K^tttrM^Hm^M^ $100,000, and uses this to HfiHtti ii^lt^ f M^^^BHi*»K-Lj^^^R Latin, Frenoh and (}er reduce its Annual Charges BL^SH &.-< man included in Annual to $200 for a School Year PTj^^^^^HE^gif^S^^^SsSH^^BHHl Charge, of thirty-seven weeks. Sr ; * *^^^HB^^^HHIOHKHiMB...

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 October 1898

RANCH AND RANGE. Vol. 4, No. 32 FRUIT PESTS IN IDAHO. At a recent meeting of the Idaho Horticultural Society the various fruit pests were discussed in an exhaustive manner. For the following extracts we are indebted to the Gem State Rural: President McPherson declared that the lime, sul phur, salt and lye formula would kill the San Jose scale if properly applied. In Boise City, which three years ago was badly infested, there was not one tree in a thousand without scale. There are three broods of codling moth in South Idaho. If properly cared for from 85 to 90 per cent of fruits can be saved from their attacks. But any place where the moth can hide is dangerous. Hence trees should be removed from sheds or any other place that is likely to harbor the moth. Spraying should be done before the calyx blossom closes, as after this the poison will fail to reach the enemy. Question by Prof. Balmer: How many codling moth enter the calyx end? Mr. McPherson replied that he believed the first br...

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 October 1898

4_ Good Premiums Make a Aood Fair. One reason for the great degree of interest taken in the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Exposi tion at New Westminster is found in the hand some prizes offered which make it an inducement for breeders ad farmes to exhibit their stock and farm and orchard products. Glancing over the list, we find the following among those who won heavily: W. R. Austin, Sapperton, B. C, $80. George Bamford, Chilliwack, $101.50. J. A. Evans, Chilliwack, $117.50. T. G. Earl. Lytton, $55, principally for fruits. J. W. Hollingshead, Nanaimo, $132, principally for horses. Kirkland Estate, Ladners, $173. Henry Kipp & Sons, Chilliwack, $147.50. E. A. Kipp, Chilliwack, $267. W. H. Ladner, of Ladner, $174, Peter Latham, altogether plants and flowers, $y2. R. McCloud, Eburne, $103. James McCulloch, New Westminster, $114.50. Wm. Newlands, Eburne, $105.50. A. O'Conner, New Westminster, all poultry, $92. H. F. Page, Matsquei, $182.50. John Richardson, of Prevost island $15...

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 October 1898

The Apple Tree Borer. A subscriber states that much trouble has been experienced lately with the apple tree borer and asks for the latest information on this subject. The Division of Entomology of the United States Department of Agriculture states: After borers have once entered a tree there is no better remedy known than to cut them out with a knife or other sharp instrument. In the treatment of this insect an ounce of prevention is worth several pounds of cure. Cutting the borers out, unless practiced with the greatest care, is apt to result in injury, and it is far better to prevent the parent insects from depositing their eggs upon the tree. This is not difficult of accom plishment, as oviposition is practically confined to two months in a single locality, usually during June and July. The best preventives are impene trable substances placed about the trunk and vari ous washes of a repellant nature. Little has been gained in the line of direct reme dies for this borer until very...

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 October 1898

6 THE CULTIVATED VETCHES. By 0. JARf!l> SMITH. U. S. Depe. of Agriculture, Circular No. 6. The demand for early spring forage plants is increasing in almost every section of the United States This demand arises from a variety ot causes, chief among which is the rapid increase of the dairying industry. Soiling crops and pas tures supply the desired succulent forage trom early summer until the first hard autumn freeze, and" ensilage and root crops tide over the early winter With good management such substitutes for green forage may be made to last until the grass starts, but on too many American farms there is a period of shortage of succulent feed in late winter and spring. To bridge over this critical period, annual leguminous crops, such as crimson clover and the vetches, are each year coming de servedly into greater prominence. The vetches are nitrogen gatherers. Like the clovers they have the property of absorbing through their roots the free gaseous nitrogen of the air, which...

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 October 1898

WHAT SHALL THE YOUNG MAN DO? By A. D. Shamel, in Farmer's Voice. In considering the answer to this question I shall advance the views that influenced me in choosing agriculture as a profession and to prefer the life of the farm to that of the city. The professions, aside from agriculture, that are open to our young men are law, medicine, teaching, ministry, engineer ing and commercial life. These are the most prom inent of the professions to which the young man is usually attracted. We find today that the men who have climbed the highest round in the ladder of success in any of these professions are men who are not many generations removed from the farm and most of whom are men who have had their early training on the farm itself. But this does not argue that by merely going to the city and enter ing one of these professions, the country boy can make a great success. We find that the men whose names will be remembered in history are those who were pursuing their ordinary occupations...

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 October 1898

p Ranch and Range IHMI'K.I) KVK.RY TIIIIKHIIAY. lii the Interests of the Fanners, Horticulturists, and Stockmen of Washington' Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah, British Columbia. — riIBLiaHKDBY THK RANCH AND 11ANOE COMPANY. _____ , . — Condcctkd BY - MILLEM FREEMAN Assistant Koitok - 11. M. WALLACE, A. 11. ■ Editorial Offices, - . - Seattle, Wash. BUBINKSH OKFICKH: Seattle, - - - 315-316 Pioneer building. Spokane, - • Suite F Hypotheek bank building. snnscßiPTioN, IN advanck, - $1.00 pkk ykab. Address nil communications to Ranch and Range, 315-316 Pioneer building, Seattle, Washington. Hoard's Dairyman, in its issue of October 11, comments editorially as follows on the perform ance of the grade Jersey cow Peggy of Elmwood, from the herd of A. M. Stevens, and now the property of D. M. Shanks: "She made 2*4 pounds of butter a day. The cost of the feed was 5% cents per pound. The fact that such cows exist is reason enough for every dairy farmer to set his own individual mark as far in that...

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. — 27 October 1898

sippi Valley. This, of course, is owing to the boun tifulness with which land produces there. Wher ever such feeding can be judiciously carried on, there will always be a substantial profit. In the present instance the profit was $1.83 on the home grown lambs, as against $1.71 on the range lambs. The figures just given are, of course, averages for each lamb. Since the question of greater profit with home grown lambs turned upon their greater weight when the experiment began, it may be asked, would it not be better to secure animals as heavy as pos sible for being fattened? No, is the answer that should unhesitatingly be given to this question. In the first place, the demands of the* market must be studied. If animals over large are chosen they will not bring the price when finished. In the second place the older they are the more food they will re quire to make a given gain. And in the third place, the gains are slower as a rule as the birth period is receded from. It is a fact that...

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 October 1898

10 TESTS AT STATE FAIR. Following is the report of the 48-hour contest for the cow giving greatest per cent of butter fat, winning the prize of $50 offered by Senator George Turner: .• 8> C » "S « I I - f. •* 1 * I I1 j* "I I cc 3 _g S §_ MilK. «| MilK. £§ Miik. *f Milk. ££ Milk. Jj §■ *O j ™v o a - 18'- 4.1 2!)3i H. 225 4.5 14! a 5.2 11 »•• 16 15-16 4. 30) 4 - 3. 25X 4.1 14 7-16 8.1 ■ 13-Ui 5.H lfi .{-Hi 4. m 11-lli 8. 23 1.82 4.4 14 8-IK 3. 11 5-lli (i.7 17 H-l« 4.4 29 !>-U» S. 2« 1-04 4.3 15 5-16 3.2 10', 6.2 Total fat in two days: Shannon's Jersey, 2.924 pounds; Carpenter's grade, 3.657 pounds; Shank's Peggy of Elmwood, 4.291 pounds. Cost of feed per pound of butter, 5 1-3 cents. In the competitive test for 48 hours for the sil ver cup offered by A. . Schindler there were two entries, one by Guy McK. Richards with a Hol stein, and the other by D. M. Sharks with a Jersey. The Holstein made 1.83 pounds butter fat, and the Jersey 2.65 pounds. Tests at British Columbia Fair. I...

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 October 1898

Bureau of Animal Industry. It may be stated in a general way that the policy of the bureau has always been to render direct returns to the country of a value greater than the appropriations which it consumes. It has never been willing to spend money without being able to show commensurate results. The eradication of pleuro-pneumonia stopped the ravages of that disease, and saved just that much to the cattle industry. The regulation of vessels reduced the losses at sea, and saves from |2,000,000 to $3,000,000' annually in insurance of export cattle. The Texas fever regulations yearly prevent at least $500,000 in losses from that dis ease. The manufacture of tuberculin saves state authorities not less than $15,000 a year, and gives them a more reliable article than they formerly obtained by importation from abroad. The dis tribution of blackleg vaccine is already saving $100,000 worth of cattle a year, according to the reports of the owners. In other words, the executive work for the ...

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 October 1898

12 More of Pea Culture. Editor Ranch and Range: Some weeks since I noticed an article in your valuable paper on pea culture. The article was a veiy good one; but in one respect I want to criti cise my Bro. Farmer, i. c., in the amount that lie recommend! to the acre —two bushels. I have been raising peas by the acre as a field crop for many yean in Western Washington, and I have secured the best results when I put in plenty of seed. Four bushels per acre is what I generally sowed of peas, and then I almost always in addition to the four bushels of peas also sowed one and a half bushels of oats. And this is the way 'I did it: fter I had plowed up my ground moderately deep I then run a light harrow over it and began to put on the seed by towing a six-step and double cast, then turn round and repeat the dose by sowing crosswise in the same manner, using a full hand both ways. Then I took up my oat sack and on top of the peas I would sow one and a half bushels of oats to the acre. I fol...

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 October 1898

HARKET REPORT. SEATTLE. Jobbing quotations: what produce is sell ing at in round lots: Apples—Fancy, 75c@$l; applpes, cooking, 40#TOc. Quinces—sl.2s a box. Pears—The market is rather bare of this fruit. Cantaloupes are $1@1.25 per box; toma toes, 35@50c; plums, 35(8>50e; egg. plant, 51/) 7c per lb. Celery, 40c per doz; lettuce, 10c; radishes, 10c; new onions, 75c for s:lversk!ns; new cabbage, %c per lb for native; parsnips, 75c per suck; cauliflower, 35<g>50c per doz; new turnips, 50c per sack; summer squash, 1»4@1%fl per !b; sweet potatoes, 2c; huckle berries, s@6c. . . Carrots, 50c per sack; crab apples, 40c; beets, 75c per sack; crinbsrries, $9 per bbl; iwmpkins, %c. Live stock— Choice beef cattle, cows, 2% @3c; steers, 3Vi@3&c; choice sheep, 3^c; good hogs, live, 4 / 4@sc; hogs, dressed, 6c; calves, live, large, 6c; small, 7M;c; calve?, live, large, 4c; small, 6c. Poultry—Chickens, live, 10@llc; live tur keys, 12&@13c; spring duc-KS, $3.50@4.50 per doz. Wool—We ...

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 October 1898

14 Who Has Seed For Sale ? Prof. A. B. Leckenby, special agent in charge of grass and forage plant investigations on the Fa dflc Coast, asks: "I would like to know how many people have bromus inermis seed for sale, and in what quan tity. I could place a large quantity at a reasonable price. Farmers will find it a good paying business to raise some grass seed for the market. 1 would strongly advise them to start in with a small patch of several leading varieties, and will be glad to assist by advice and otherwise." Answer: There are but few farmers in the Northwest who raise bromus inermis for sale, and those whom we have listed have nearly all sold their supply to dealers. Mr. Leckenby's suggestion to grow such seed for market is a good one and will prove quite profitable to those who take it up. Questions on this subject will be cheerfully an swered by Mr. I^eckenby through this paper. A Provincial Nursery. The neatest catalogue of nursery goods that we have received this fall come...

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 October 1898

Pacific ■ Jacob Hettrick, . Jj^Hp Local and district agents jf\f\ | — mmm jl|yr wanted on all parts of the JbL Pacific Coast. yelm, wn. A. Mtm&^Bk. la a Cream Separator a paying Invest /\ /\*/\#^j £^^\.T iM ment? If you keep cows, what is your ob- A"m " \j^l I^^ y 1/11 ■ ject In so doing? What system do you x "^^^ if wWI use to cream your milk? What per cent. ym. WMW% of the fat in the milk are you able to get ——^ 4 m Xj^HA with the present system? What Is the ■ ~ -—I Zt >• s-*±. "M It cost In time, labor and ware? Do not wait ■ *4 £* I ■ m\ C. /—■ iiß W^B^^ until you see now your neighbor is going I .t.l I I f.^l", hHT to make a separator pay; figure it out M—-4 ■ * B^ "—' yourself. Buy an "Eclipse Separator" at M. —«r3S(H B^B sffP^y&Zt once and get your share of increased prof _ 1* its gained by the use of a separator. All /"* *./^n *-%-• Canat<aTAt(C "SfS^^SS^dSf^^Wi* machines guaranteed. Send for list and Wl Cell 11 Z>t,Pcirclli>r^ ffiHrfiWfiHlfflllil testimo...

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 October 1898

10 MITCHELL WAGONS Are the Best Wagons Possible to Build ALWAYS HAVE BEEN, ALWAYS WILL BE A reputation maintained for 05 years is a better guarantee of a good wagon made of best materials, properly seasoned, than all the promises and assertions of manufacturers' agents and dealers in new-named unknown wagons combined. Manu facturers of Mitchell Wagons pay 25 to 35 per cent, above the market price of the best wagon timber for the privilege of culling over, seWing and skimming off the cream of the best wagon stock. This is ABSOLUTE FACT and the Mitchell WAGON POSITIVELY IS A SUPERIOR ARTICLE. Buy a Mitchell Wagon And KNOW that you have the BEST that can be made. fiitchell, Lewis & Stayer Co. GENERAL AGENTS First and Taylor Streets = = PORTLAND, Or. I j / / Hj fl H U ■ 1 E I 1 iftftESS/F S.^ByLM!||j2[*E :\ r ?■* ' ■VqKwwwW SrSpff" j A J *s&**WEmj~': 'lit '1- '£> ' ""i '''""" "'"L^i"'>:j-"'-:-" 'iJßJi'''jflr- 'jioWz?wJ&lJttL±'''' I IN CHOOSING A SCHOOL In which to plac...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 3 November 1898

BAnch And Range yff^ •4& ISSUED EVERY WEEK jf|fr *_P ___*>_ ----- - - i i-—-——————>—^t>wp»_ww^wi^_M»>«"—■*■! i pi ■ ) — \m^^^^a\W Mr Vol. „ No. 33 *&*4__;!&_£^^^ 7|c fir fie fie f|C fi«r fie #.«r fie fie \W pi* Pi* pi* f-*.. pi* fi* fi* fi* fi* fi* fi* pi* fi* fi* fi* V I TRIUMPH FOR "ALPHA" I 170 d_r *r ___»_, _\ The following is an extract of a special circular issued by Dr. Gunn, T2ril -if "_^*' Secretary of the Washington State Fair, and distributed to the Dairym.m of „ , ,£lr^^*^^y~~_E~'*v jjS^ that State: '"^AsJTj J ft, 2— ** _^_, "BUTTERMAKERS ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED NOT TO COMPETE FOR fcf^^M _4£- THE SPECIAL PREMIUMS OF P. M. SHARPLES OF WEST CHESTER, fXX^^^^^^^^ V^ J^gL PA., AND THE VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO. OF BELLOWS FALLS, p^ff^^^f^K^^^^jr^ >^_T VT., AS THESE PARTIES REFUSE TO GIVE THEIR PREMIUMS AS ' *—_^_JB*_T W>~- ~ ~-™-s!*^S_ )s PUBLISHED IN THE PREMIUM LIST." ___! i^^^ """^^^N. *^ Jsf£ Both these firms had offered a Separator as a premium pr...

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. — 3 November 1898

2 THE ANNIE WRIGHT SEfIINARY Tacoma, Washington. ____B «__fiHfir^ • • One thousand girls have a fi" X. ; Thirteen Teachers, attended this school in the ♦ „ * . Jj_k." g_A Laboratory, Library, last fifteen years. __L____^t_. __s_tl____- Gymnasium, Tennis __l^l__ff____F*" i-tB jfen_- Court, Steam Heat, =• = _• = i H'Fliiylfliii Jr^ WOT-ITIM*- And Electric Lights. j**4**T*t m •*-*________? ______*__ It has an income from J '^^-klj I |lM«Bßify&*g^^ """ "*" an Endowment Fund of r__fl__l *M& r^&mH _F____________^ $100,000. and uses this to _____ttfc JflO-_-__B_f jl^.M?nT—_HrP' Latin. French and tier reduce its Annual Charges S^'lmjßfff 'mf t lS9^fßm\a*W' included in Annual to $200 for a School Year ppgE* 4jJßk Charge, ____^_^_^_^p-_^a___l ______al_S_-_3-I HH_J^_-_ _____________?____- vy ii <i i e_,t~ • of thirty-seven weeks. If 1 -__»B^__^^H_B||-H____K_H K^*'s,"_PjWMfJicjJ[ __".">" ____7^" *«T "**~*"S** "* r ■ i^______^*~f^lr-i-^_-i-!r^*M^ • __BHP*_i__!_______JnP""*^^^^^...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 3 November 1898

RANCH AND RANGE. Vol. 4, No. 33 TEN RILES FOR BIITTERMAKERS. Churning a Science— a Theory. Methods That When Followed Insure Success. We are in receipt of many inquiries concerning the methods employed in the churning of cream and the manufacture of butter. It thus seems ad visable to present these data in the following con cise form, so that they may be available to such readers of Texas Farm and Ranch as may feel an interest in the subject. As in all other instances, experience produces the master, but there is no legitimate reason why any one who gives the following rules careful con sideration should not be able in time to manufac ture a first-class article of butter. Churning is no haphazard theory. Luckily, it has passed that unhappy stage, and may now be regarded in the light of an exact science; and while the rules laid down are not all hard and fast, yet the individual who follows them most thoughtfully and consci entiously, and endeavors to adapt them to his lobal environm...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 3 November 1898

4_ __ RAPE AND VETCHES. Manager Frank Brown, of the Oakhill Stock Farm, North Yamhill, Ore., states that experiments he has made with Dwarf Essex rape have been so pleasing that next season he will sow 100 acres. "Rape as a feed for sheep," he says, "is a winner. I sow rape in May, two pounds per acre. The seed I bought from Buell Lamberson and it is fine." "Have you tried any of the vetches?" "Not to any extent, and I would not advocate its cultivation too strongly in grain-producing districts, as it can't be cleaned very well from the seed grain. There are instances that have come to my notice in my neighborhood where wheat fields have become very foul with vetch, and all efforts to eradicate it have so far proved of no effect. There are two or three farmers not far from Oakhill who have pretty nearly ruined their farms with it. I understand Dr. Wythecombe, at the Oregon Agricultural Ex periment Station, will carry on some experiments with it, and hope he will reach a favorable co...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 3 November 1898

steps right onto the big Chicago p'liceman, who was standin' ten foot below. "When mother an' me sot up housekeepin'," con tinued the 'Squire, reflectively, "I had notions a good deal like them you fellers have ben talkin' about. When we come out here an' begun to try to git a home I was purty close with my money, an' didn't allow mother much leeway in such things. Butter and eggs wasn't wuth much in them times an' I didn't pay no sort of attention to what mother sold, but I noticed she got a good many things with the truck, specially after the railroad got within a day's drive. Things was purty bad along in '56 an' '57, an' at last I come to the place where I was stuck. I had a note comin' due an' hadn't enough money to pay it off. I was feelin' purty blue about it, when mother she says to me one mornin': 'Pap, how much do you need to meet that note.' I was kind o' struck in a heap when she said that, for I hadn't never s'posed she paid any attention to mon ey matters, so I told he...

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