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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 1 December 1898

2 Christmas Presents We have just issued a catalogue of Holiday Goods for.yourconvenience:'in your Christmas shopping. It contains illustrations and descriptions of thousands of articles selected especially for Christinas gifts, including: ..-., .-. Books, Sterling Silver Articles, Leather Goods, fletal T/ Goods, flen,s Neckware, Stamped Linens, Gloves, Umbrellas, Handkercheifs, Toys, Candies, Etc. You take no chances when ordering from this catalogue. We guarantee everything exactly as represented, and if you are not-sat isfied with the goods, send them back and get YOUR MONEY BACK. Can anything be fairer? IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEND FOR THIS CATALOGUE. IT'S FREE. The MacDougall & South wick Co. Department Store—7l7-719-721-723 First Aye., Seattle, Wash. git, STUDEBAKER WAGONS pS^^^^^^^_pJ_^^MM^^ Best in the World /^^9!^^^TOJSj^^S|l_j^^^^^^M(ia Investigate our stock before you purchase a rig of any sort. We deal In all ff^^_v^^^^^«_^__^^^a^i_^^^^^_^sL_ kinds of farm produce, and so...

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. — 1 December 1898

RANCH AND RANGE. Vol. 4, No. 37 g 4 EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE On Pat Globules During Cream Ripening and Subse quent Holding—Prof. W. J. Spillman in New York Produce Review Gives Interesting and Valuable Information. It is strange how little we yet know about what takes place in the various processes of cream ripen ing, churning, cheese ripening, etc.: Several of our leading scientists. are now at work on I these! sub jects, and we shall undoubtedly unravel much that is now unknown. There is one particular point 1 in cream ripening to which I wish to call the attention of butter makers. Nearly all those who gave their, method of handling cream spoke of holding it at the churn ing temperature for some time previous to churn ing, in order to give body to the butter. The length of time thus used by buttermakers varies from one to twelve hours, or more. The reason-usually as signed for this is that the fat globules, which cool more slowly than the rest of the cream (?), thus have time to co...

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. — 1 December 1898

4 I False in One; False in All | '^m*\v \ <_______!__> The advertisement of the Columbia Implement Co. in Ranch and Range of Oct. 20th, AflL- TITTR 1898, states that the VERMONTFARM MACHINE CO., of Bellows Falls, Vt., offered ; A, mirfWC^^rm a separator as a premium at the Washington State Fair and afterwards withdrew it. Jfr *r lS^=^^m Both of these statements ARE FALSE - We never made H,lch an offer 'and there " Jf ■^i ilill^___iB Il__il fore did not withdraw what did not exist* v-** 'C If lIJ 11 The above claims of the Alpha Agents are in keeping with the usual methods of its a, if ill 1111 agents everywhere. The IMPROVED UNITED STATES CREAM SEPARATOR is so ,^_ 2 llii HI superior and beating them all along the line on its merits that they resort to FALSE j^ ~ST If l-K^II! STATEMENTS to help them out. J3_fc ll B|H I False statements are always confessions of weakness. Separators that have merits J, ~7f* JWE^^A^gßiß have no need of false statements. } -2^-t lSs^g^^^ We never ...

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. — 1 December 1898

A SLICK TRICK WITH BUTTER. Some interesting experiments and analyses have been conducted by the chemists of the San Fran cisco Health Department, with the result that a swindle in the adulteration of butter will be exposed in a formal report at the next meeting of the board of health. Chief Food Inspector Dockery of that city re cently seized samples of suspicious butter, thinking that because it crumbled apart like cheese it was merely a combination of oils, or oleomargarine. He was more than surprised, however, on being told by Prof. Green, the chemist in charge, that the article submitted for analysis was butter, and a good aver age sample of butter at that. There was but one peculiar characteristic in the butter—water oozed 'from it in large drops when the butter was spread upon bread, and when pressed with a knife upon a slab it decreased noticeably in bulk. "How do you account for that," Dockery asked, his question being prompted by the chemist's state ment. "By the use of a f...

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. — 1 December 1898

6 HOW TO SOLVE THE PROBLEH. BY J- E. BAKER, STATE HORTICULTURAL COMMISSIONER. I have seen nothing,in.print for a long time that pleased* mo more than the communication of D. M. Shanks, of North Yakima, on the subject of the "Codlin Moth," inasmuch as it shows a live inter est in the matter, with no disposition to "lie down" because success has not attended first efforts to prevent the ravages of this pest. It is true, as pointed out, that the life history of this, a3 of many other insects, varies greatly in different parts of the country. There are also cheap, would-be authorities who have slavishly copied from others and so tended to perpetuate error. There are also valuable authorities, whose deductions are based on actual observation, and a wide knowledge of insect life. In a desire to direct orchardists to the most in telligent views held on the subject, and the most recent investigation, I would cite Prof. Fred W. Card, horticulturist of the Lincoln, Neb., agricul tural experim...

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. — 1 December 1898

STATE VETERINARIAN'S REPORT. S. B. Nelson, the state veterinarian, has submitted his biennial report to the governor and legislature of 1899. The veterinarian's headquarters are at the Pullman agricultural college, and he seems to have done a good work in discovering and suppressing veterinary diseases. During the past two years 16,643 animals were ex amined. Of this number 452 were horses, 691 cattle and 3,500 sheep. Out of this number 108 horses and 7 cattle were found diseased. The diseases coming under the observation of Vet erinarian Nelson are cerebrospinal meningitis, 21 horses; catarrh, 17 horses; actinomy covis, 5 cows; glanders, 20 horses; mange, 10 horses; epizootic pharyngitis, 40 horses; tuberculosis, 17 cows were given the tuberculin test; black leg in calves and distemper and influenza in horses have also been quite prevalent. The veterinary surgeon earnestly advises farmers to vaccinate their animals as a pre ventive of black leg. The state seems to be free from hog ...

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. — 1 December 1898

8_ Ranch and Range ISSUKD KVKRY THURSDAY. In the Interests of the Farmers, Horticulturists, and Stockmen of Washington' Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah, British Columbia. P-B_ish_d BY THK RANCH AND RANGE COMPANY. Conductkd by - MILLER FREEMAN Assistant Editor - H. M. WALLACE, A. B. Editorial Offices, .... Seattle, Wash. BUSINKSS OFFICKS* Seattle, - - - 315-316 Pioneer building. Spokane, - - Suite F Hypotheek bank building. SUBSCRIPTION, IN ADVANCK, - 1.00 PKB YKAR. Address all communications to Ranch and Range, 315-316 Pioneer building, Seattle, Washington. Hear! Hear! The Man Up a Stump is now de livering to the people of the Pacific Northwest, and particularly to those of Puget Sound, his introduc tory address. He will never lack for a platform, he does not talk in a hall, there is no admittance charge, he will always get a crowd as soon as he climbs up on his rustic elevation, without the aid of a brass band—and he will appear as often as he has a subject upon which to discourse. In...

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. — 1 December 1898

be commenced for the next annual meeting at Spo kane," he said. "We expect .to have a profitable session with a large attendance." Tho Butter Score at Last. Dairymen have been wondering where the butter score of the exhibits at the state fair has been all this time. The judge, Prof. Spillman, Dairy Super intendent, Mr. McDonald; the secretary of the fair association, Dr. Gunn; the secretary of the Dairy men's Association, Mr. Woll; the manager of the stock department, Mr. Richards, were all appealed to in turn to produce it. They all said see the other fellow for it. In ransacking his overcoat the other day, Prof. Spillman found the score cards where they slipped down behind the lining. So the goose hangs high, and the dairymen all get their prizes. The Yakima Jersey Creamery took first prize on tub butter and Auburn Creamery first on bricks. BRICKS. Creamery— Flay. Grain. Color. Salt. P'k'g. Total. Sweetbrler 41 24 14% 10 5 94% Ellensburg 41 24 14 10 5 94 Auburn .... .........42% 2...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 1 December 1898

10 OREGON'S PLIGHT. Dairymen of the state of Washington read the lesson of your brothers in Oregon, in the extract we print below from the Agriculturist. It is an ill wind that blows nobody good, and while we deeply sympathize with the dairymen of our neighbor state, their position will make a deep impression upon those who are engaged in the industry in Washington, bringing them to realize that com bined activity in their own behalf is the best pro tection they can have. While Oregon's apathy must surely retard the growth of dairying in that state, we will profit by the exercise of that eternal vigi lance which is the price of all good things. The Agriculturist says: "A second drop in the price of butter in Port land has taken place since the meeting of the spe cial session of the Oregon legislature. During that period Oregon, as well as the other states on the Pacific coast, has been importing creamery butter from the east in unusually large quantities. Dur ing the past two months...

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. — 1 December 1898

HOW TO DRESS AND SHIP POULTRY. The following valuable information is furiiishe.l by the Sprague Commission Co., Chicago, extensive dealers in poultry and game, whose long experi ence gives their- suggestions the weight of au thority: . Poultry. In the first place, poultry should be well fed and well watered, and then kept from 18 to 24 hours without food before killing. Stock: dresses out brighter when well watered and adds to the ap pearance.. Full crops injure the appearance and are liable to sour, and when this does occur, cor respondingly lower prices must be accepted than obtainable for choice stock. Never kill poultry by wringing the neck. To Dress Chl-kenc*. Kill by bleeding in the mouth or opening the veins of the neck; hang by the feet until properly bled. Leave head and feet on and do not remove intestines nor crop. Scalded chickens sell best to home trade, and dry picked best to shippers, so that either manner of. dressing will do if properly executed. For scalding chicke...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 1 December 1898

12 ANOTHER CREAMERYMAN PROTESTS. Editor Ranch and Range: I think the im portation of eastern butter into our markets and the sale of same as Washington cream ery is an injustice to the creamery and dairy interests of this state, and should be pro hibited by law. GEO. CHAMBERS, Proprietor Chambers' Creamery. Yelm, Wash. Items of News. Dr. S. B. Nelson, state veterinarian, has appointed Dr. F. H. Cassels as assistant. This gives Dr. Nelson three very efficient aides, the other two being Dr. Bullivant, of Spokane, and Dr. Lee. Both Dr. Lee and Dr. Cassels are located at Tacoma, and Dr. Cassels will have charge of the northern dis trict of Western Washington and Dr. Lee the southern part. Kelso Bros., Kiona, Wash., who have a very large wheat farm on the Horse Heaven bench, have made a trial experiment with hairy vetch, and it has proven so successful that they are thinking of cultivating quite a large tract of same for feeding their stock on it. An experimental plot of Italian rye gras...

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. — 1 December 1898

HARKET REPORT. SEATTLE. Pears—Winter Nellies, $l@>l.r.O; ordinary, :><Mgi7sc. ___ _ _ , ; The demand in the East f.r apples has declined, the market there 1 e.ng over stocked. This has stocked up the market more here and dulled the market. Apples—Fancy, 75c@$l; very tancy, $1® 125; apples, cooking, 3_@6sc. To quote them ln another way, they are: Waxen apples, 40@60c; Greenings, S(W6Oc; Belleflower, 50c@$l; King, 50c@$l; Spitzen berg, 75c@51.25; Baldwin, 50c@$l; Gloria Mundi, -o®soc. Potatoes are going slow. Native Bur banks, $9@10; Yakima Buvbanks, $12(M3. Celery, 400 per doz; lettuce, 10c; hothouse lettuce, 40c; onions, 75c for silverskins; cab bage. l®l%c per lb for native; parsn ps 75c OS per sack; cauliflower, 35@75c per doz; turnips/ 50c per sack; Merced sweets, I%® 2c* carrots, 50c per sack; beets, 75c per sack; cranberries.- $7®9 per bbl; pumpkins, %c; squash, l@l%c. . ■ ■ .no Creamery butter is selling at 28c. _■ Dried fruit is very unsettled; apples, 4® sc; bleache...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 1 December 1898

14 BEST APPLES FOR THE NORTHWEST. When Col. G. B. Brackett, the pomologist of the United States department of agricul ture, was attending the Spokane fruit fair last month lie remarked that he observed i hat the fruit growers of the Northwest were generally endeavoring to grow too many va rieties. He took as an example the very fine dis play of R. Kiesling & Sons, which received its just reward of prizes, and praise from the visitors, and showing the production of this 40-acre orchard, planted near Spokane in 1891 and the output in 1808 being 1,25(5 boxes of apples, besides a good yield of other fruit, Col. Bracket- had a list made out of the va rieties of apples in this exhibit, and chose carefully the five varieties he thinks, best adapted and most profitable to the orchard ists of the Northwest. These five prefered varieties he has marked with two stars, and thinks that they cover a wide enough range for a commercial orchard of any size. His second choice, where it might be f...

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. — 1 December 1898

Pacific __ Jacob Hettrick, J P Local and district agents (a (\f_ ** M \'_~ *-__=____^_^^ wanted on all parts of the V/vrCl^ for ' JttV Pacific Coast. yelm, w. _ _[ Mm. la a Cream Separator a paying Invest- A gr_m, _**__**_ _«**"▼ J _H_______L ment? If you keep cows, what is your ob /-% vF t~* I I !__/ v ■ -HI _■ Ject in so doing? What system do you i. JkV_P^ * *■* 7 %# ■*& use to cream your milk? What per cent. **—-* •' If 111 of the fat in the milk are you able to get _ a _. __ \fl A\ with the present system? # What th. ■ "5 | • __ _^ f_________\ cost In time, labor and ware? Do not wait 1 mi _i***T I -rf #*% __• M^ ■ _P^_____. until you see how your neighbor Is going ■ til Ii mMMaW to make a separator pay: figure It out L-_/VllL/*^V .___■_____________ yourself. Buy an "Eclipse Separator" at m^ MY _________■________ once and get your share of Increased prof _l_i __B^ Its gained by the use of a separator All **■**•>?■ __r-.__.__ :_^*'i_rW"v?_B_S__'. '_!_--__G-_-K machines gua...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 1 December 1898

16 *• BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB&BBBBBB I MITCHELL WAGONS J J Are the Best Wagons Possible to Build :vf>®_ 1 ALWAYS HAVE BEEN, ALWAYS WILL BE t m m ;®,;; ... ;_ ;:V'';-''.';:.' 5 ss-vi ! <sffiilllSß^-:' 1 " - .• --® A reputation"maintained for 65 years is a better guarantee of a good wagon made of best materials, properly seasoned, * B _j_ __*) §than all the promises and assertions of manufacturers-agents and dealers in new-named unknown .wagons combined. Mann- «.'~W . facturers of Mitchell-Wagons pay 25 ; to 35 per cent, above the market price of the best, wagon timber for the privilege of v^ja culling. over, selecting and skimming off the cream of the best,wagon stock. This is ABSOLUTE FACT and the Mitchell §f) jH WAGON POSITIVELY IS A SUPERIOR ARTICLE. lj. ® I Buy a Mitchell Wagon 1 £ft ,-.■•,>*■: ••;■;• -'[ ( nifTlD . And KNOW that you have the BEST that can be made. ."''2 \3y' - ' -*' *•*■'».*_ .■.•'«■'.' i ■ »«SIIM_J ;•;- . 'ijw*. mor ■ ■ ' B ■ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 December 1898

Ranch Amd Range s^ MB' ISSUED EVERY WEEK "flfr Vol. 4, No. 38 rL 1 *g| "Working The^Mows" I In reply to the advertisement of the Vermont Farm Machine Co., of Bellows Falls, Vt., which ap- Pp pea red in the last issue of this paper, we beg to state that we took the printed statement issued in a cir- |§8 cular by the secretary of the Washington State Fair Association as our authority in the ad. they com- W>M mM plain of, and we simply reiterated the contents of that circular in said ad. The secretary of the fair _fj_ $jM must have had good and sufficient reason for making public what he did, and we have no doubt that _f& j||ij either directly or through their Pacific Coast Agency, the U. S. Separator gave the cause complained of pg Wm by Dr. Gunn. §|| |||j Regarding their statement that "the U. S. Separator is so superior and is beating the De Laval all §g| along the line on its merits and that we as agents of the De Laval are resorting to false statements to %jjm ran help us o...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 December 1898

2 Christmas Presents We have just issued a catalogue of Holiday Goods for your convenience in your Christmas shopping. It contains illustrations and descriptions of thousands of articles selected especially for Christmas gifts, including: Books, Sterling Silver Articles, Leather Goods, fletal Goods, flen,s Neckware, Stamped Linens, Gloves, Umbrellas, Handkercheifs, Toys, Candies, Etc. You take no chances when ordering from this catalogue. We guarantee everything exactly as represented, and if you are not sat isfied with the goods, send them baciaW get YOUR MONEY BACK. Can anything be fairer? IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEND FOR THIS CATALOGUE. IT'S FREE. The MacDougall & Southwick Co. Department Store—7l7-719-721-723 First Aye., Seattle, Wash. ,I^^_ STUDEBAKER WAGONS : -^i^ap_yH^^^M^f .....--...Best in the World f^^M^J^Ml^^^^^^^_%W^^^W^A Investigate our stock before you purchase a rig of any sort. We deal in all f/^^^^_^__\\^^^fe^S^[^^^t-^s??L_ kinds of farm produce, and solicit consignm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 8 December 1898

RANCH AND RANGE. Vol. 4, No. 38 WASHINGTON IN THE LEAD. More" Enterprise Displayed—More Progress Shown Than iby Any Other Western State. A : N. E. Baker, general traveling representative >of the De Laval Separator Company, made the office of Ranch and Range a pleasant call last week. He has been :during the past four: months visiting the leading dairy sections of the Pacific coast from Brit ish Columbia to Southern California. He finds the dairymen of Washington and British Columbia the most active and progressive of the coast. Oregon is ;naturally.a good dairy state, but her' people 'are not moving forward as they should and take little interest ■in co-operation; _ In California many sec tions have suffered severely from the drouth, al though the dairymen have done as well and in many cases better than other classes. In districts where the ■ dry weather was especially prolonged, feed be came very scarce, and alfalfa has been selling for as high as $20 per ton, while baled wheat ...

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. — 8 December 1898

4 ACCURATE EXPERIMENTS WITH COWS. The Agricultural Experiment Station of the Uni versity of Illinois lias been conducting some ex tended expeiiments to ascertain some facts in regard to "Variations in Milk and Milk Production." Wo give their method of carrying on these experiments and a summary of the results. The account of the experiments in detail is too long for publication. Any one, however, who wishes to know more about it may obtain this bulletin, No. 51, free by writing to the above experiment station at Urbana, 111. How the E*_i»erlment **vn_ Conducted. For a period of 10 months, beginning May 1, 1897, the yield of milk, of fat, and of solids not fat was determined for each of five cows and separately for each milking. Of the cows under experiment two were high grade Jerseys, two were registered Hol stein-Friesians and one was a high grade of the same breed. The animals were pastured during the summer, and in fall and winter they received the same kinds of food in such amou...

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. — 8 December 1898

Fruit growing pays if you have right conditions.' Choice quality, earliness and an educated market are "right condi tions." The choicest, earliest Cherries, earliest Peaches, best Peaches, European Grapes, and other fine fruits, are grown in greatest perfection in Vineland, Lewiston Valley. Our "Snake River fruits" command the markets north and east to the Great Lakes. Five acres are enough. Cost $200 per acre, including your own labor to bring to bearing, less the hoed crops mean time, which pay a good profit. Worth $1,000 to $2,000 per acre in five years. Easy terms. Short, mild winters. Healthful cli mate. Good schools. Quickest growth of any rural community on the Pacific Coast. Land sale contract 381 signed November 28 only 27 months from the beginning. Our small irrigated ' - » J1 ". _ "_ A ill farms pay profits from the start. Address LEWISTON WATER & POWER COMPANY, FORCING. By Mrs. E. Kabelac. What is the chief aim of the farmer, of the grower and keeper of live stock? I...

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