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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 10 June 1897

Markets. HUTTEK. Seattle, much 12@13c.; W»»*. OTewnly lo@l6 lowa creamery loc. Taeoma, ranch 14: creamery lbV£. Yakiina. r<nch ]2c. creamery loc. Spokane, creamery 20c. CIIKKSK. Seattle, new Wash, cream 10@Iio TAootii'i *• *• ••■•••••••••• tit* Spokane—Full cream, 12@l:$c. skim milk t)@loc. HONEY. Yukinia—comb 10c. Extracted 90. Puget Hound" 12c. " 10c. Spokane " 15c. " 12c. MMM< Seattle • •]'&'• Tacoina " " ™- Portland l*g Wo. Spokane.... 13@14c. Yaklniii. ........... ••••• lOc ■ I'OI'LTKV. kens— »,-'*« I. Sea tie ... t .. • l)er tlojc - W®JUW Tacoma. ' " " ;^@4.00 Portland " " 2.;jft« .■».■>' Spokane " " 4.;)0^().U0 Ducks— . i«osn Seattle. ■••• " *33.d0 Spokane ■•• ' ' 4 Turkeys— •■ „ ~ '■ Seattle perlbloc. Spokane • • " lK'; *■}%) FRUITS. Apples- Seattle.. . . Yakima and Wenatchee *l.|joia)2 • • Eastern 1.20 Tacoma Eastern Washington 1.75®? Spokane 1.10@1.30 Strawberries per crate— Seattle $2ttjj, ; Tac - ma, fl.T&l Spokane 82; Yaki ma 75c. POTATOES. Seattle East...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 10 June 1897

i 6 th JT^ POLSON=WILTON HARDWARE CO. || s^o^ 821-823 Western Avenue, A^fj^ n^P Jy|^^—* Seattle, = = = = Washington. // \\MgL7xl JH Wholesale ami Retail. IV^^^iMy FARM MACHINERY -^AjLW"^ %ljj/^^^ i^^ii<<^^^^^<^^^3ff Wagons, carriages, haying tools r+m&r -*&si&/ ylfP^ harvesting machinery, field and Deering Ideal Mower, Roller and Ball Bearings. garden Seeds. PUITipS, Wind MlllS, 4C. NORTHERN PACIFIC KUXS Pit 11 ma it >!• <|>iii£ Cars, Ll<>pni( IMuiiig Cars, Tourist Sleeping Curs, Krru Colonist Car. Through Tickets to Sl'. PAUL. CIUXJKSTONi MINNKAI'OI \\ INMI'Mi, DULL'I'II, IIII.KNA nod karoo, , mrrj-:. .. . CHAM) KUI(K<t. Cliiivtj*l, W >ishniv;tiiii l'hilii'lrl|>hiH Ni Vi»ik 1;..-. 1«.11 ami all I limit- Ivisl ami S. -ii tli. mi^IJEZ SCHEDULE: WKSI-IJUINK. No. I. Fast Mjiil 1:50 v m. KAST HOUND. No. 2, F»«Ht Mitil II 20 p.m. Through Tickets to Japan and China. via Tacoma and Northern Steam ship Co. Fur iiit'irmaiii'ii, time cards, map* nm...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 17 June 1897

Ranche and Range. IILI) SKHIKS. VOL. IJ, NO. •!». I SFAV ft SHI 88, VOL. 1, NO. 11. \ KITTITAS FARHERS' INSTITUTE. Proceedings of the Three Days' Session Held at Ellens burg. The Farmers' Institute held at Ellensburg last week was most successful. The keenest interest was shown in the addresses and papers given, and the discussions were participated in by all present. It was every body's meeting, and as everybody talked, it was a lively meeting. Opinions were freely exchanged and the issues on questions were fought out in a good-na tured, free-for-all manner. Professors Spillmau and Kulmer seemed charged with information inexhaust ible, and although the queries were propounded thick Hon. Richard P. Bland, of Missouri Cutting his Hay with an Osborru No. ./, Mower. and fast, the answers were uniformly satisfactory and enlightening. Messrs. Adam Stevens and Montgom ery, and Mrs. S. S. Keister, three of the most promi nent people Kittitas county is blessed with, were the committee havin...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 17 June 1897

KROiM CI.EVKLAND, O. Editor Ranchb and Rangk: In regard to prunes, will state that we have handled them for years very largely, both from Oregon and Washington, and this market has proved to be one of the best in the country for them In fact the trade through this section is simply crazy for Italian prunes, both green and dried. We can handle from four to six cars a week of the green, and of the dried about one to two cars per week; in fact we make a spec ialty of green fruits during the summer months and of dried fruits during the winter months. Green prunes in the past have av eraged here right through the sea son about $i. Of course we have sold cars as high as $1.50 to $1.75, but taking the average right through for the season, $1 would be a safe estimate. Just what they will do this year is hard to tell now, but everything points to this being the best season we have had yet. These Washington and Oregon prunes usually come in just about the time our home peaches do, and as our ...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 17 June 1897

tude of Kittitass valley is the cause of the berries ripening so late. •:Usually," said Mr. McDowell, "a berry patch must be replanted every 3 or 4 years. My patch yields just as heavily as ever. You ask why that is? I don't know, but I thitik it is owing to the fact that I apply manure heavily every year. I'l plant my rows 4 feet apart, letting the plants mat together in the rows. The first thing in the spring, as soon as the ground can be worked, I run through with a five-tooth cultivator twice. Then I loosen up the soil around the plants with a garden hoe. It is slow work, but I find that it pays. I aim to keep up the cultivation until the berries begin to blossom. I then open up the ditches with shovel plow and turn the water in. Irri gation is given as often as I think necessary. ' 'As soon as the crop is harvested I run a mowing machine through the patch, cutting the leaves off close to the ground. When the $ Coffin Bros. 9 Department Store $ I ..The 4th of July., t On the abo...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 17 June 1897

4 KITTITAS FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Continued from Pane one. proper to pass on from this subject without mention of our Kittitas breeze. Many look upon our pre vailing northwest winds as a serious objection to our climate and it cer tainly would be but for compensat ing benefits. Upon the whole I consider our winds one of the best features of our climate. But for the cooling air and the moisture con veyed by these winds, our valley might otherwise become a parched and sun-blighted desert. "The natural pasture of Kittitas valley and surrounding country cannot be ignored. The unculti vated lands in the valley proper pro duce a growth of the finest pastur age. The plains and the foothills of the Cascade range, as well, afford ample feed of the finest quality. This affords sustenance for the herds and flocks for eight to ten months of the year, and during the winter the stock must seek the farms for provender, thereby affording" a home market for surplus hay and other feeds and enriching the...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 17 June 1897

codlin moth, which is a good solu tion if applied at the right time. "Much has been said and written about spraying while the fruit is in bloom. I with others have given way to the persuasion that the egg of the moth was laid in the bloom, and that as the young fruit took shape the egg was hatched and ate its way into the fruit at the calyx; but experience and observation has taught me that I was mistaken. Professional men have urged the necessity of spraying while the fruit is in bloom, being deceived in the time the egg was laid. Prof. A. J. Cook, of California, says the codlin moth does not lay its eggs until the fruit has shed its blossom. I am glad to have so able a man corroborate my experience and ob servation. I have noticed for many years that the egg of the codlin was always found on the apple or pear until the first cold spell in the early fall, and never did I find an egg in the bloom. This aroused my thirst for facts in the case. Can it be possible for nature to provide...

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. — 17 June 1897

6 KITTITAS VALLEY NOTES. In Kittitas county this year 200, --000 bushels of wheat will be raised, and 500,000 bushels of other grains. W. A. Conant has 50 head of shorthorns. Mr. Conant is satis fied that the beef breeds are in the ascendency, and that better prices than for many years will be realized for his pure-bred stock. The Kllensburg creamer}-, B. F. Reed manager, has shipped an or der of 270 pounds of butter to Hogkong, China. It is put up in 5 and 10-pound tin packages, her metically sealed. Orders are also being received from other foreign ports. Rev. Hawu, who is known all over Central Washington, is evi dently prospering, for he is just completing a fine residence on his farm in west Kittitas. Mr. Hawn is the pioneer in apiculture in that valley, having now about sixty swarms. J. E. Rego has 20 head of pure bred shorthorns. He is abandon ing dairying and devoting his at tention to the beef breed. He is planning to make a trip east to se cure new blood for his herd. No d...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 17 June 1897

Poultry Yar<3. THE CROSSING NUISANCE. As soon as it known that the best results are obtained by a strict ad herence to the use of pure breeds, the practice of destroying the flocks by crossing will cease. It is esti mated that by crossing fowls the birds will become more vigorous, and also combine the good qualities of both breeds. This is true, but only when the proper breeds are used for that purpose. It is more frequently the case that the merits of both breeds are lost by crossing, and a mongrel produced from two excellent breeds. Some breeds do not "nick" with others, and to cross them is equivalent to revert ing to that which the breeders have been aiming to leave. When cross ing breeds, select those that are hardy, and do not try to make a cross without selecting good speci mens for that purpose. Just why some cannot keep two pure breeds more than one season without crossing them is a mystery, but such seems to be the case. Better results can be secured by using the pure b...

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. — 17 June 1897

8 Ranche and Range. In the Interests of the Farmers, Horticulturists and Stockmen of Washington, Oregon, Idaho. Montana, Utah and British Colombia, Official organ of the Northwest Fruit Growers' Ass >cintlon- for Washington. Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. Subscription (in advance) - - _-_ $1.00 Per Year. HILLER FREEHAN, - - - Editor. Address nil communications lo RANCIIK AND RA.NOR, Box <><i(i, North Yak 1 ma, Washington. __^^ EDITORIAL NOTES. The Farmers' Institute at Elhnsburg was a success, not so much in point of attendance, for it was a very busy time of the year, a^ in the great degree of inter est taken and the amount of valuable information brought out. No section of the Pacific coast can show a larger proportion of live, wide-awake farmers than can Kittitas, and the reason that valley has obtained for itself a name that places its products so high in the esteem of consumers is not alone because of the nat ural fertility of the soil, but because with her agr...

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. — 17 June 1897

KITTITAS FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Continued from Page Five. gradually driven out of the orch ards and now apple growing is a bigger source of income than ever there. It is well, however, to exer cise unceasing vigilance here, as you may find that if once introduc ed it will become acclimated. I think it is the most pernicious pest your orchards have to deal with. Prof. Fulmer: How long after the first spraying should the appli cation be made again? Maxey: In about two weeks. F: Suppose that right after a heavy rain spraying should be done and it should turn off warm, should it be applied again? M: In that case I think further spraying would be unnecessary. F: We find that the calcium sul phate is liable to decomposition under the influence of the sun's rays. Spillman: Prof. Balmer the hor ticulturist of the Washington State Agricultural College says that the Palouse country raises the finest apples in the world. The codlin moth does not thrive there. Yet in the Snake river valley, just a...

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. — 17 June 1897

IO ramie have been successfully used for the purpose. "The total amount of alkali in soil may be somewhat reduced by growing such plants as Australian saltbush which takes large quanti ties of the alkalies from the soil.'' DISCUSSION. A Farmer: What effect would the application of manure have on alkali? Fulmer: I don't think it would be of much value. B. F. Reed: Would it not sup ply humus? F: Yes; but that already exists in the soil. Maxey: At what depth would you put the tile for underdraining? F: About four inches from the surface is the depth at which the alkali accumulates. Drain should be set from 2to 4 feet. The deeper set, the fewer drains are needed. W. J. Robbins: Are not there some crops that will remove alkali? F: Yes; the Australian salt bush takes 30 per cent of ash into its composition. It would be a slow process. Perry Cleman: I have tried to grow this bush, but failed. Robbins: Does clover or alfalfa tend to take it out? F: No; it is probable that by shading the gro...

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. — 17 June 1897

¥tis Flacks. KITTITAS SHEEP NEWS. Shearing is through with in Kit titas county. In Kittitas county about 600,000 pounds of wool represents the clip for the season. A. Carrere sold last week 1,000 head of mutton sheep for $2.50 to Frye, Bruhu & Co. Stock sheep cannot be bought in Kittitas county for love or money, says J. H. Smithson. Jerry Vanderbilt and Robt. Scam eron have each sold their wool for 7c. These are the only wool sales made in the valley so far this year. J. H. Smithson is planning to make a trip back to Michigan next fall and pick out for himself and other Kittitas sheepmen, a carload of bucks of various breeds, includ- DeLaines, Rambouillets, Shrop shires, etc. C. H. Dunning will get 20 head of L,incolns. J. H. Stevens, who has now a band of 170 sheep on his West Kit titas farm, is going to become the sheepmen's benefactor by establish ing a band of pure bred sheep from which he can supply fine bucks for the range flocks. He will import stock this fall from the e...

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. — 17 June 1897

12 Hpiary. BUZZINGS. BY MM. DMAS. IKK. Gel your bee escapes reads', and by ua -1.115 them savo lime, strenulh Mid pa tience. A good bee imoker and a boo veil are indispensable to an apiarist, but don't use ulovea. The next timo you spill incited wax on the floor, try dashing a pail of cold wa ter on top of it. We have taken of! several Bnpcra of honey in the last week, ending June 5— something unusual for the time of year. Don't try to scrape irctiuni when it \s so hot that propolis runs. lietier hnv* it C >o! enough so the propolis is brittle. The best way (o market extracted honey is in gla*s j irs, neatly Libeled, with the producer's name and RtMretH. A neatly printed lube! iroes a lung wsiy in the sale of honey. Mr. Tattle, r>f this place, took <>fT a su per of honey recently, and having no way to drive out the U >es. he set the m per on the porch, thinking to let the hees work out themselves. The next morning he found the bees gone, also the honey An article in G...

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. — 17 June 1897

four Y-shaped pieces to each square. The work can l>e done rapidly l>y cutting through a number at a time. This plan will give you nice V-shaped starters — the most natural thing for the l#ees — American Bee Journal. En.erson T. Abbott— If 1 were work* ing for quantity, I would fill the sections with foundation; If for qualify only, f.r home consumption, very small starters. J. E. Pond—For myself, I use founda tion to fill the sections complett ly. Others use starters of vaiious \\idtl;s. It is to sone extent a matter of opinion. Try various widths, from an inch to a full section, and determine the mat'ir for yourself. J. M. Hambaueii — Botnfl of i»ur best bonev-producers use just enough to in sure a straight "start off." t believe it will pay to nearly or quite till (he nee lion, provided you can safely secure il ; and use "extra thin," of about 12 pqnare fe;t to the pound. You should step in and see Ihe big pile of fruit jars at Coffin Bros. They have received a whole carloa...

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. — 17 June 1897

14 IcJrirfiy Said. Michigan will hold no state fair this year. Mismanagement is the cause. A small red insect has appeared in the vicinity of Dufur, Or., that is killing the grasshoppers by the million. It is thought the destroy ing insects will kill all the grass hoppers before they do much dam age to crops. The Home Land and Cattle Com pany of Montana has sold 25,000 head of cattle for $750,000 to Mac- Narma & Marlow. The purchas ers previously owned as many cattle and this purchase places them among the largest cattle owners in the west. Ranchk and RANGS, of North Yakirna, Miller Freeman editor, has bought and absorbed the Yakima Times-Argus. ■ We congratulate RanchK and Rangk on its pros perity and enlarged sphere of ac tion.- Trade Register. Judd & Root, Pendleton, Or., in form US that the wool season in Wyoming and Idaho has about closed, and the wool is about all cleaned up. In Eastern Oregon and Washington the larger part of the wool is still in the growers' hands. A...

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. — 17 June 1897

Markets. BUTTKH. Seattle, ranch 12@13c.; WasI', creamry 15016 lowa creamery 15c. . Tafoma, ranch 14: creamery 16/£. Yaklma. r nch 12c. creamery 15c. Spokane, creamery 20c. CHEESE. Seattle, new Wash, cream 10®.llc Tacoma. " ** ••••••••••••• Spokane-Full cream, 12@13c. skim milk 10c. HONEY. Ynklma— 10c. Extracted Be, Puget Sound " 12c. •' 10c. Spokane " loc. '.' 12c. IiUGS. Seattle }f'- Tacoma i.*»>Ai« ' Portland 1 \i%\\- Spokane : A^.hi c' Yakima • 12c . POULTRY. Chit-kens— Sea' tie per doz. «3@.V»n Tacoma " " «@; -I 1 Portland " " 2.50<& .-i.-vt Spokane ■'.■■..'.'.' " '' 4.50@().00 D& ; •• :j*mo Seattle .*§3.00 Spokane " ' 4 Turkeys— „ ~ Seattle • perlb loc. Spokane 'IC> Apples- FRUITS. Apples- Seattle....Yuklina and Wenatrhee ifl.oOiaVi .. ...Eastern 1.25 Tacoma ....... Eastern Washington |jN7fi®2 Spokane I.lo© Strawberries per crate—Seattle $2(?>i ; Tac - ma, 51.75; Spokane 12; Yakima 75c. POTATOES. Seattle East. Washington 15*10 Tacoma . " ■ " }%%:}., 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. — 17 June 1897

i 6 % JT^ POLSONWILTON HARDWARE CO. ii fl s<so^ 821-823 Western Avenue, /^ /^\" \V fljb^^— Seattle, === ■■■■- Washington. h\il^^^St^M\ Wholesale and Retail W^^^^\TWl^ "55:5^ PARM MACHINERY W"^ W//jl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Wagons, carriages, baying tools '^ass^ r ..._it^ll^ /^^ harvesting machinery, held and Deering Ideal Mower, Roller and Ball Bearings. garden Seeds. PUHipS, Wind MJIIS, &C. NORTHERN PACIFIC RUNS Pullman Sleeping Cars, Elegant Dining Cars, Tourist Sleeping Cars, Free. Colonist Car. Through Tickets to sr. PAUL CROOKSTON, MINNKAI'Oi.is, WINNITKO, DULUTII, IIKLKNA and KAROO, BUTTK. GRAND FOKKS, Chicago, Washington Philadelphia Mew York, Bimton ami all Points Ivist ami ■ - South. TIME SCEIEID-Crrjl^: HOUND. No. 1, Fast. Mail i;M v. in. KAST-UOUND. N0.2, Fast Mail 11.Jo p. in. . Through Tickets to Japan-and China, via Tacoma and Northern Steam ship Co. For information, time cards! inapti ami tickets, call on or write CJ. A. GRAHAM, A«t. North Yaklniii, Wash.. Or, A. I). I ...

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. — 24 June 1897

Ranche and Range. OI,I> SKKIKS, VOL. 3, NO. -I."). I NKW SKKIKS, VOJj. 1, NO. 12. f KITTITAS FARHERS' INSTITUTE. Proceedings of the Three Days' Session Held at Ellens burg. B. P. Read read the following paper, entitled: KITTITAS VAIJ.KY TKN YKARS IIKNCK. What will the Kittitas valley be ten years from today —did you ever pause and consider? Did you ever try to look forward and see and picture out the future of our mountain home? I have; and as we can only judge the future from the past, it seems to me I can see, ten years from today, fair Kittitas with her good roads, her large barns, her substantial farm houses, her abundant meadows, over which graze herds of well-bred cattle; Kllensburg, her metropolis, a well built, well-to-do, prosperous town, without any at tempt at a foolish boom, and long since having dis pelled the idea of laying the rest of the valley out in town lots. A large irrigating canal encircles the valley along the base of the hills, and the sage-brush flats are...

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. — 24 June 1897

2 WALTER L. DARLINGTON. We present herewith a photo graph of Walter L. Darlington, one of the firm of the Darlington Com mission Co., of Chicago. Although but 22 years of age he is one of the best judges of stock and shrewdest buyers in the Chicago stock yards. After passing through a course in the Commercial Business College of Chicago, he entered the yards as a buyer at the age of 16, purchasing at first a few head per day and butchering them for the wholesale market. He was so successful in operations that it was not long before he was buying and selling on a scale equaling the old veterans. Re cently he entered into a partnership with his father, W. M. Darlington, who is well known to all western cattle and sheepmen, and his cousin, W. H. Darlington, under the firm name of the Darlington Commis sion Co. He has a memory that stands him in good stead. An instance which shows its remarkable capacity occurred when he was in Dakota two years ago. In rounding up 400 head of cattle tha...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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