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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 7 June 1897

Whs Horse. OREGON BREEDER'S REMINISCENCES. Life-Time Experience of a Horseman In Our Neighboring State. If the following reminiscence will bene fit Borne young person who is about to stait in stock growing as a life business. I shall be very |Iftd. In the early forties I left Ohio for lowa, taking with me one medium sized mare worih $W in Ohio (irood brood msrw for farm work were worth ,SIOJ each). This mare bad stiiui iua and action. When I arrived in lowa I made a Locution with little improve ments on it, as my finances were limited, and after I got some land In cultivation so I could grow feed, I concluded <■> breed ihe mare. There was a nri-jhbor who hud quite a pretty 2 year old stud colt, but evidently of small stock. I re ceived the service of this colt free, as I did not think I could pay the small sum of $8 for the service of a lar<je horse in the neighborhood that came from Ohio. The mare proved with foal in due time and brought a horse cot. The next three years I...

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. — 7 June 1897

14 Briefly-..Said. Don't be too certain that }-our own pe culiar ideas are eternally and universally ri-ht. JSI. N. Manstield of Ahtannm has on the way from the cast a first class J. I. Case thresher and power. RaHCHB and Rakob is n bright and pointed champion of the interests of the .hmbandman. —Adum M. Btevent, Ellensbnr^ L E. Sperry, North Yakima, h°s been engaged by the Syracuse, N. V., Standard as Northwest correspondent for its hop department. George M TVrrill, of Charleston, Western Washington, writes that he is thinking of locating on an irrigated farm. He will visit Yakima shortly. Nelson Dickson has !et the contract to A. J. Spratt to sink a well on his place of eighty acres in Moxee valley. Work will commence immediately. The Mountain creamery near Eilens burg was burned last week. The loss was |2600, partly insured. The proprie tor, Frank Martin, will rebuild. The wool market is quiet and no trans fers being made anywhere in Oregon or Washington. Sheepmen are all waiting...

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. — 7 June 1897

Markets. » ; • * ■ i * - * . i \ t • : - j BUTTER. '; ' ' ' ' Seattle, ranch 12@13c.; Wash, creamry 15<gJlO. lowa creamery I'm:. .•.''"• Tacoma, ranch 14; creamery. lttV£, Yakjma. ranch i'2p. 'Creamery 100. .Spokane,'creamery 20c. CHEESE. ;,..-., ' .Seattle, new Wash, cream lOt&lle Tacoma, '-' -■« ■ *'"• Vi■ —<• ••'• •• • • !l« M Spokane—Full cream, 190180. skim milk !»@loc. ; . HONEY. Yakiina—comb 10c. Extracted !»c. Puget Sound'• 12c. .". 10c, . Spokane " • 100. " 12c. , , . . 1-HilfS. , /■ . Seattle.'. s .;'/....>..»: ,;........ }'•&. Tacoma ;v !, c< Portland • ..,.12@Hc. Spokane .-.■:.::.. r. ......." 13@14c. Yak1ma....... ;.., ......; 10c . v ) I'OULiUV. Chickens— ' , ,^ n = . Sea1 tie ; ....per iloz. 88<g>3.50 Tac0ma....V.,'.■..... " " 3@4.()0 Portland .* " ".2.50®a.50 5p0kane......".... • " '• 4.50@<i.00 Ducks— . , , 0~0 -n Seattle......'l. 1. .-,•......:... " " 3«3.00 Spokane...'. '..:...... ... " "4 Turkeys— Seattle ~..*... perlblsc. ■,■ Spokane...

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. — 7 June 1897

i 6 14 POISON-WILTON HARDWARE CO. ;_ -—=^' 11 V\ s!o^ 821-8:23 Western Avenue, /^f/§?^\ TOV^^m^"^ — 3 Seattle, = == = = Washington. ff \Ji/Wk XMJaVw/ Wholesale and Retail. l^^^gWb «===-_ HARM MACH.NERY '~ : JufW^^^^^^^^^^^^ff Wagons, carriages, baying tools —•^^y j'ylwy' harvesting machinery, field and Peering Idea! Mower, Roller and Ball Bearings. garden Seeds. PuiTipS, Wind MJIIS, iC. -~———— fr ECONOMY if IS WEALTH = *60 = Any child can see at a glance the saving to the purchaser cf the Waverley Bicycle. The famous model of last year is greatly im proved, yet the price is but $60. We have no new machinery to buy. A $100 Waverley for fastidious people. New features everywhere. Its bearings are absolutely true, and dustproof. The price is 5100 to everyone. Catalogue Free. Indiana Bicycle Co.. Indianapolis, Ind. Book and 3ob Printing... Those desiring Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Envelope?, Statements, Cards, or airy thing in the line of com mercial printing, are re quested to get our p...

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. — 10 June 1897

Ranche and Range. OLD SERIES, VOL. 3. NO 43. NEW HEKIKH, VOL,. 1, NO. 10. OUR ILLUSTRATION. We present this week an illustration of a pair of Light Brahmas, the property of R. T Cameron, of Ottumwa, lowa. The Felch pedigree strain is known the world over for its purity of blood, dis tinct markings, uniform type, true Brahma out line, high scores and general utility. Mr. Cam eron's stock is of this strain. He writes that among other prizes his birds won "at lowa State Poultry show, held at Creston, lowa, December 28, '96 to January 2, '97, Ist and 2*d on cockerels, Pair Prise- Winning Light Brahmas, Owned by R. T. Cameron, Ottumwa, lowa. ist and 2d on hens, 2d and 3d on pullets and Ist on breening pen. At Ottumwa, lowa, Dcs Monies Valley Poultry Show, November 17, '96, won ist and 3d on cocks, ist on hen, ist, 2d and 4th on pullets, ist on breeding pen. At the above shows I met some of the best breeders of Light rah mas in the state.'' + + + ~'■■:':■■ 4- ♦;-••.+ SOCIAL CONDITIONS ON ...

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. — 10 June 1897

2 Horticulture. THE GYPSY MOTH IN MASSACHUSETTS. How One of the Most Dangerous Pests Was Introdueed-Millions Spent in Fighting It. BY .1 K. t'ASS. The story of the march and dissemina lino of the gypsy moth in Massachusetts is an interesting one. How that froai a half-dozen etjgs of the moth accidentally blown out from the window of a natural ist in the town of (Jen wood, and who had brought over a few of the insects from Europe in the line of work as an experiment in silk culture, and which has thrived and spread in the adjoining region until it lias threatened to destroy entirely the trees and shrubbery encoun tered in its resistless pathway. And that now, as told in a recent article in the New York Times, after the expenditure of $1,000,000 in the last few years in the effort to exterminate or hoM in check, the end is not yet in Bight. That slate has lately made another annual appro priation of $150,000 with which to fight the moth. The first work of the kind was done in 189.), a...

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. — 10 June 1897

GRASS SPECIALIST. A. 13. Ltckenby, of Putnluma, Cul., wbo is Known ail over Ibe United States as 11 fettling authority on hi d for nge plunls, arrived in Yakima Monday and has re nun'need lite study of our na tive grasses mid also inspecting the con ditions of climate and toil prevalent in Central Washington. Together with E. F. Henson he Immediately started on an inspection of the \alley, vieliißft first the alkali .listriets of Alitancin and Yakima City. He reported ibat ho was confident that the large tract now I 3 11 i^r waste could be brouuht into cultivation. In Kern county, Cul., where he was employed Uy a land .rompanvto make r.\( erimrnts with al kali land, he I nd succeeded in finding forage plants tl at would produce profit able croj s. It was through his (fforls that the merits of the Australian salt bush were discovered; also another plant which has bfen found adaptable to al kali soil—the Madiola. He thinks thefe two plants will do well Ik re. He ac counts for the Aust...

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. — 10 June 1897

4 Dairy, MR. MCDONALD REPORTS. He Gives Our Readers an Outline of What He Observed on His Recent Central Washington Trip. Editor Ranciie and Ramos : By your request I herewith give sonic of my ob servations during my trip through the Kittitas and Yakima valle>B. I have beeii trying to reach a conclusion in re tard to tlie right of expressing my views on the condition and methods of each creamery and cheese factory. I have been asked by many which creamery make 6 the best butter or which cheese factory makes the best cheese. Ide cline to answer these questions, because it might be used as au advertisement for that special creamery or cheese factory. For theee reasons I can only give my ob servations in a general way. Some of the butter made in the Kitti tas and Yakima valleys will ompare fa vorably with some of tlie best makes of lowa or Minnesota. The butter is not as firm, and would not be us good for stor age. The cause, I believe, is due to over irrigation, The grass is soft a...

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. — 10 June 1897

convince farmers of the difference be tween a well bred cow and a mongrel. He makes a specialty ot thoroughbred Jersey (tows. lie is a voluminous reader on dairy subjects, as is shown by the number of dairy publications he has in his library, and by his conversation on the subjects. He has a farm of 192 acres, watered by irrigation, on the main road between Ellensburg ami Thorpe. One of the prettiest dairy scenes it was ever my privilege to witness, wns in the meadow — seven Jersey cows—all lying in the shade of a cluster of willows in a space not to exceed ten feet square, all looking in the one direction chew ing their cud, and looking at us with thsir bright protruding eyes and intelligent faces. As we approached they did not move, show ing that they were not afraid of their owner. Mr. Stevens did not give each of them a kick and tell them to yet up. He would say, "Now, Bessie, you get up," etc., in the same kind manner one would talk to a child. When we carao to Buff, the butter...

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. — 10 June 1897

6 and care, to obtain a herd which will give a bountiful supply of (rood milk f°r the city trade. Our object, however, is only to intimate to you that different breeds have their special usefulness. The question of profile, however, re mains the Wire as first mentioned in this article, for in all breed* Ihere are nni mals which do not pay their keep, ami <he question of which does ami which does not. remains to be investiira'cd. Dairymen are apt. to so aft r some par ticular phase of their business, and hope to be successful because they obey some particular law laid down by the pioneers in the business. For example, they are apt to place too much stress up on the breed. After surrounding them selves with pome particular liiwd of dairy cattle, they then feel secure of Ihfir po sition. While breed has very inu h In do with sumss, yet we are taught by ex perience that it is through the little things in the business that profits are de rived ; it is through feed and care and the kno...

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. — 10 June 1897

can also all other apparatus necessary. A good plan to use to carry out this work is to keep account of all the food fed, also to keep a milk record of each ion". To do this, have v regular rat'on and live up to it; also a place to keep a milk record, and live up to that. A handy method for keeping a milk record is to tack in your milking place a sheet of pa per tabled in such a way as to contain a list of your cows and spaces opposite for the morning and evening milking for each day in the week. As each cow is milked, weigh the product and insert the weight in the milk table Thus you get tie milk record. It is also a good plan to take from each milking of each cow a small sample and place it in a Mason's pin' jar, when at the end of a week or two the sample in the jar can be mixed and tested. To make composite samples thus it is necessary to add a preservnr to the pint jars, since otherwise the milk will sour. To preserve the milk add a "pea"' of colored corrosive sublimate or pota...

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. — 10 June 1897

8 Ranche and Range. issved evert TX3:Triesi3^."sr. In the Interests of the Farmers, Horticulturists and Stockmen or Washington, Oregon, Idaho. Montana, Utah and British Columbia. Official organ of the Northwest Fruit. Growers' Association-for Washington. Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. Subscription (in advance) - - • $100 Per Year. niLLER FREEfIAN, - ■ - Editor. Address all communications to RA.NCHK AND RANGE, Box lilWi, Nortu.Yakima, Washington. SAYS WE HAVE QUIT. Such a paper as the Mark Lane Express, pub lished on the other side of the world, may be ex cused because of distance when it makes errone ous statements regarding the condition of the hop industry on the Pacific coast, but the Oregonian should know better than to say Washington is go ing out of the hop business. Because Ezra Meek er, a speculator, has abandoned his yards and gone to mining, does not give the right to any one to make such a declaration as that given be low. In the Yakima valley there will be harvest e...

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. — 10 June 1897

EDITORIAL NOTES. A farm without fruit is like bread without but ter. Bright, clean tools are usually used by bright, clean farmers. Keep your eye on our "Special Column." There are snaps there that may interest you. Make a practice of reading it every week. To know how is a very important matter. The successful farmer not only knows how to do his work well, but does it as well as he knows how. Special attention is called to our market re ports. They are the most complete and most re liable, and made up especially for the farmer's service. There is no place where the heart should be so receptive to beauty as on the farm, and no place where the craving for beauty can be satisfied at so little cost. Study how to accomplish the most work with the greatest ease. Show more intelligence than the mule. Don't get the blues, don't get mad and don't fuss. All expert farm hand will accomplish twice as much in a given time with the same amount of water, as the man will who has no understanding 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. — 10 June 1897

IO Poultry Yard. CHICKEN DIALOGUE. 11. When should egus be turned fur the first? A. Begin on the second day. Q. When do you quit turning iheejj^s! A. On the eighteenth day. Q. When iloyonhegin cooling Ihe eggs? A. About the fourth day. Q. When is the heft lime to make the first test? A. Some tes-t on the fourth dnv, some on the fiflh. bill our rue lias always been on the seventh, it being the completion ot the first week. Q. Could not ctrgs he i<M«<l at differ R. C Brown Leyhor/t, Won FirH Prize at Fete York if how. em lime* in Hie incubator after it bad started? A. No, the eggs would chill those al ready started. Q. Should the inetiba'or room be vei. tilated? A. Yes, bad hatches are very often occasioned by 8 poorly ventilated room. Q Does sunlight on the, incubator do any damage? A. Yes; avoid the sunlight. Sit the incubator so that lit* sun dors not reach it any time of the day. Q Is there any difference in hatching duck eggs from the plans as given tor chicken esus? A. No;...

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. — 10 June 1897

I Poultry Yar<d. ( HICK EN DIALOGUE. v ). When should rims l»c turned U>\ the firs! " At I'.cL'iii I'll i lie second duy • i). When (In you i§u:| turniius ihee^s! A. On the i*iulitf*i*nl Ii day. (}. When do \on cooling Hirers? A. Alien: the foui 111 day. (I. When is the I'fst lime to mnk«' l lie first tesl ? A. Some test imi llu> louilll rlnv, some mi ihe lift It, hut our rue lias nhvavs hfcii on the seventh, it l)f»n« p » I In* completion tit Iho first week. ( t i (■,,;i|.| i.dl . L r::- In- lidded :it ilitl't i /,'. r Hrotcn ls<;h<>rn, W'm, /'ir«l /'/•/.« ni Xnr )"//• >/""'■ cut ii ti.os iii lie incubator nl'i< it hail stalled? A. N<>, tin1 ejrcs would clnll I how al ready started. (), Should (lie iiH'iiliii'nr room be vei." tilateil'.' A. Yes, hid hatches tire very often occasioned hy a poorly ventilated room. (} Docs -iinliijl.i (iii the incubator do any damage A Yes; avoid the Kiinli^ht. Set the l[i<i 11 >:i' < so tint tin* HIM dot s not r...

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. — 10 June 1897

(^attls. DRY RANGES IN MONTANA. The Rocky Mountain Husbandman in its last issue sounds a note of warning which it may be well for our cattlemen and sheepmen to heed ere shipping more stock into Montana. We extract the fol lowing from a long editorial: "Just at the time the outlook is be coming encouraging and Montana cattle and sheep raisers are beginning to count on a season of prosperity we are threat ened with a season of unprecedented short arass which, should it materialize, cannot help seriously crippling all man ner and kind of live stock pursuits. Over fully one half of the elate is becoming distressing, and a b id feature of the situ ation is that there is every Indication of its remaining dry. We have from this writing twenty more days of gruce, and if ihere is not a radical change foi the bttter in that time cattle owners can be gin to figure ori selling their herds down very clo.e and wintering only such as they are prepared to feed through. Such an outcome would mean a ...

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. — 10 June 1897

(battles DRY RANGES IN MONTANA. The Rooky Mountain Husbandman in its last issue sounds a mte of warning which it may In- well f.»i our cattlemen and sheepmen to heed ere shipping more stock into .Montana. Wo extract Iho fol lowing from a long editorial : "Just at the line the outlook is he coming encouraging and Montana cattle and sheep raisers are beginning to count on a season of prosperity we are lhreal ened with a season of unprecedented short mass which, should it materialize, cannot help seriously crippling nil man ner and kind of live stock pursuits. Over fully one half of the stale is hecorr.ing distressing, and a hid feature of the situ a* ion is that there is every indication of its remaining dry. We have from this writing twenty more days of grace, and if there is not a radical change foi the better in that time cattle owners can be gin to figure on selling their herds down very clo.e and wintering only such as they are prepared to feed through. Such an outcome would mean...

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. — 10 June 1897

12 *Fhs Hpiary. A NEW METHOD Of Making Bees Fill All of the Honey Sections Evenly. Doubtless fill close-observing comb honey producers have noticed I bat the bees generally commence work at or near the centfr of the super, and that the work extends outward, the front being generally reachul and tilled first, From this 'we can readily understand that, while the center and front sections are ready to receive another super under them I hey must wait until more work is done upon the side and back sections. Now, as the bees come in they gene ally go up somewhere near the center; and as they find the section! advanced well nigh to completion, the honey must go beyond. Bees pass slowly and re luctlantly over well Oiled combs or cap ped honey in search of store room. It .8 obvious ihat this causes delay and loss of time, and Is « strain upon their en ergy and industry. In course i>f time ai.other viper is given, and a si,nil r pro rest*, though, in a less marked degr. c, is repeated. If ...

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. — 10 June 1897

BUZZINGS. nv mks. cii As. i>:e. My! but don't those tin frame hives send of large swarms. A half bushel— most. If you wish your houey to ship well, ufo starter in both bottom and top of section. Do not let the discarded drone comb and other bits of wax po to waste. Set the solar to work. Bilked Deans usually have a little su^ar or malassrs put in them. Try alfalfa honey instead, and see if it U not itn im provement. If 3011 must wet 1 lie joints of your section before making, use boiling water; but a better wav is to |«Qt them in tin? cel'ar a few days before using. Il is to be hoped that our t astern brother bee keepers will soon come to some satisfactory conclusion of the much discussed question of "drawu comb " If the report prove favorable, the use of drawn comb will save the bees much time and labor. JnanawtrtoW B. Newcomb: There is quite a difference in opinion as to when to transfer. I say, as soon in the spring as the bees can gather sufficient honey to make good all net ...

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. — 10 June 1897

14 I3risfly Said. The weed is full of greed and 8| c <l. Does "face" vulue of the human de pend upon beauty or duty? Pacific Coast hops command in the eastern markets the higlictl price of any Krown in »he United States. L. L. Matterson, a dairxman rccciillv from the east, lias purehasi <1 James Bock's ranclic near North Yakimi lie has some good Jersey stork. The new creamery and cheese factory established at Ellunshtiry I• V .1. I*. Sharp is making ."(50 pounds of cheese. The clirdd«r process is einployul. Mis. .loli ii (ii ml win is t lie manager of a lanje (*|MM*M faciorv in Kinitiis county. Slie It ilnl only wtmiin cheese maker In the state, and lurni out the very finest product. "Home's not merely roof and room, Needs it somethinir to endear it; Home is where the liea't can bloolP, Whpr»* there's some kind word to cheer it." J. P. Mayer lias located permanently at North Yakinui with Booker, a pacing stallion l>v P.hick Hawk, and whose dam was sired hv Messenger. Mr. Ma...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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