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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 April 1899

2 I HIGHEST PRIZE HONORS § >3y Vjgy /xDv ♦—♦•—♦- *—*—♦—*—*—♦—♦—*—♦—♦—♦— ♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—*—*—*— *—*—*—*—*.-*--*—*—*—*—*—*—*—*— *_*—*...*_*_*_*_4l—*—*— ' I ] Cream Separators •£ ft # —♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—*—*—*—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—*—♦—♦—♦—♦ —————— ♦—♦—•—•—«—♦—♦—•—•—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—•—♦—»—♦—♦—»--»—»—♦—*—*—♦—♦—♦—♦ $£) ® m % 4 H IGHBI HE DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS have received nearly Two Thousand Prizes, Mcd- || (jE) If^fr^iiSiJ I I a' s ' Awards anc^ Diplomas, during the twenty years they have been before the public. Five /®\ (3£) » 'Hi IBLJiI Hundred of these awards have been Prizes and Medals from Fairs and Exhibitions of marked £& (H I ijlß importance. The collection is representative of every World's Fair and International Exposition (l§) cj^—^ris^^ during such period, every state and almost every county of the United States, and every civilized (s§) 0$ f I mT country and province in the world. Q§) ® At ie vT or^' s I 7 'l'l'' Chicago, in 1893, the De Laval Cream Separators were solely selected by...

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. — 6 April 1899

RANCH AND RANGE Vol. 15 No. 18 PROF. PIPER'S DISCOVERY. The remarkable success of Prof. C. V. Piper, entomologist of the State Experiment Station, In securing a virus that spreads a fatal disease amongs the squirrels of the Inland Empire is attracting very wide atten tion. The virus is now being distrib uated among the farmers, and it Is slaying the squirrels by thousands. This bacterial injection is only for the small or Townsend squirrel, and the sage rat or Kennicott ground squirrel. It is not at all effective against the large red or Columbia ground squirrel. Following are the directions for us ing the virus: 1. Cut some stale, dry bread into pieces about three-eighths of an inch cube; place them in a sufficiently large clean pan or other suitable utensil. From 500 to 1000 pieces of bread should be cut for each bottle of the virus used. One pound of bread should cut nearly 1000 pieces of the size mentioned. In some cases car rots or other vegetables may be used in place of the b...

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. — 6 April 1899

4 JAPAN LIKES OUR BUTTER. A dispatch from Washington City, says that exeprinients of the secretary of agriculture in selling American but ter in England have been so satisfact ory Secretary Wilson recently secured a report from an agent of the govern ment of Japan on the prospect of the butter market there. This agent re ports that under favorable treaty reg ulations Japan will import from the United States nearly all her butter and cheese. He says the butter and cheese mar ket will be of comparatively slow growth in Japan, will improve if prop erly fostered. He reports that only the best butter should be sent to Jap an, and it should be packed in small airtight packages bearing the govern ment inspection stamp on the outside. These packages should be shipped only on steamers having cold storage fac ilities and should be kept in cold stor age until they should be placed upon the market at retail. Cheese rests up on a different basis and can largely be left to the ordinary courses of...

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. — 6 April 1899

TOO MUCH FOR THE ROBBERS. Col. Julius C. Kaupisch, the genial, fun-loving and fun-making dairyman, who is soon to control the milk busi ness of the city of Portland, recently had an experience that would be im possible to any one else in the Pacific Northwest. The colonel and two Chi cago traveling men, one of whom was a Mr. Pittock, were traveling on a stage coach in California. While pars ing through a narrow defile in a lonely place the coach was suddenly stopped and the three men were ordered out. Suspecting a robbery, the colonel al lowed the other gentlemen to precede him, and as they passed out he re moved his gold watch and dropped it under the seat. When the three men were out they saw three men with shotguns, one at the horses' heads, one about 10 feet from the travelers, and one closer to them. The second men tioned seemed to be the leader of the robbers and gave the commands. "Stand out there in a row. Hands up!" Up went the hands of the two Chicago men, but not so with ...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 April 1899

6 TO MAKE YOUR COWS PAY. BY A. M. STEVENS. Now that winter is about over it may be well for dairymen to make an in !spection oi' their stables and the condi k'tions of their cows; in fact, of all that ■ pertains to their business as dairymen. Are the stables satisfactory, and if not, why? And how can they be reme died? Are the feeding arrangements convenient, and are the cows easily kept clean, or have they a brown blanket two or three inches thick on their hips and sides, and a liberal por tion of the blanket on their udders? Does the switch on the tail soak in the gutter over night and soil every tning it comes in contact with? Is the barnyard dry, or are gum boots or a boat necessary to reach it? If the yard is not naturally dry, it should be drained and a few loads of gravel would help wonderfully in com fort in caring for the stock and would be a good investment. The discom forts of the winter in caring for stock are fresh in the mind and if the dairy men knew how easily it is ...

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. — 6 April 1899

Nels Christensen is to start a cream ery at Nisqually, Wash. J. A. Didaier of Quilcene, has established a skimming station and cheese iactory. At Marshfleld, Oregon, the manager of the creamery has or dered separators for the following par ties: George Beale, A. Hagland, Chas. Cavanaugh, Capt. Harris, L. Stone, B. J. Coffilt, J. J. Sullivan, and W. L. Walker. The Corvallis (Ore.) Creamery, M. L. Huber manager, will put in a cheese plant Henry Baird and John Baker, Loon Lake, Ore.., will put in a cheese fac tory at Marshfleld, Ore. The Albany (Ore) Creamery paid $10,000 last year to its patrons. Harry Hosier will establish a cream ery at Medford, Ore. E. M. Sanders, operating a creamery at North Powder, Ore., will establish a creamery at Union, Ore. A joint stock company is being or ganized at Orient, Ore., to put in a creamery, capial $3,000. Walla Walla Creamery, Mr. English proprietor, will put a skim station At Waitsburg. When we tell people that the grade Jersey cow Peggy of Elm...

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. — 6 April 1899

8 Ranch and Range With which is consolidated THE WASHINGTON FARMER, THE PACIFIC COAST DAIHYMAN, THE FARMER AND TURFMAN. Official Organ of Washington State Dairymen's Association. Washington State Livestock Breeders' Association. Freeman & Freeman, Publishers. Under the editorial and business management of MILLEH FREEMAN. Traveling Representative and Corregpcrdent, LKGH R. FREEMAN. Editorial Offices, - - Seattle, Wash. Telephone Brown ion. Long distance connection BUSINESS OFFICES Seattle, - - - 316-316 Pioneer Building. Spokane, - Suite F Hypotheekbank Building. Subscription in advance, $1.00 -er year. Address ail communications to RANCH AND RANGE, 315-310 Pioneer liuilding, Seattle, Wash. The wise breeder will begin prepar ations to make a creditable exhibition Of his purebreu stock at the leading northwest lairs this fall. The man agements o! tne leading exhibitions are this year setting aside liberal ap propriations for premiums, so that there will be no lack vi inducement 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. — 6 April 1899

THE BREEDING SEASON IN THE POULTKY HOUSE. The most fresh and largest well formed eggs should be selected for set ting. It is better to place the nest up on the ground. When impossible to do so put fresh earth in the nest box. Make a good roomy nest, thus avoid ing crowding and breaking eggs. Dust most thoroughly with insect powder each week during period of incubation. Be sure and keep the hen and chicks in a warm and dry place for the first few days. Bowel disease is sure to result from exposure and chills, and that means sure death. During stor my weather great harm is sure to re sult from too much liberty. The feed problem is the most serious one to contend with. Nothing makes a more safe, as well as a healthy diet for young chicks than stale bread crumbs mixed with rolled oats. Boied rice is one of the best foods especially in the case of suggestions on feeding we clip from an exchange: Feed all they will eat up clean, but do not leave any food on the ground to sour. Keep in eas...

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. — 6 April 1899

10 RUSSIAN THISTLE A FRIEND. The Nebraska State Agricultural de partment is recently in receipt of some interesting data relating to the use of the Russian thistle in Nebraska as food for all kinds of live stock and as fuel for heating purposes. Thousands of tons of this extraordinary vegetable plant are now being consumed annual ly in this state for those purposes. The Agricultural Department will shortly issue a lengthy report on this subject, treating it in all its details. Accord ing to the information the department has secured, the Russian thistle which but a few years ago was considered a dangerous menace to the agricultural interests of the entire Missouri valley, has proved to be one of the best graz ing plants known to this section. For the past two years the various farmer's organizations have been experiment ing with the plant but the progress of the experiments have not been fully re ported until now, when there is no longer any doubt as to the utility of the weed. For ...

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. — 6 April 1899

THE BEST There is only one BEST COLOR on the market. That is 11,^ ~ "TH Wells, Richardson & Co.'s WBfc ~ ■ Him Droved guttergolor I»C. - ' . The STRONGEST and BRIGHEST ' l^^P^l S: A STRICTLY LEGAL COLOR /. „ I^^^^ |L For Sale by All .First-Class. Supply Houses ~~~ — nJV "THE KIND THAT HAS NO MUD" COlUmbid Implement CO., Agents for Pacific Northwest New Market Block, Portland, Oregon . - . . - -*~«"••-•••■»«■ i ■ • . ■ ■- --in 11. in-".. :, .i .. . . „| - ;< JlffS If You Aim to Save Money Ifll^l^ll jio^!h You can't afford to be without our catalogue of Spring and Summer mmSmiWW^Si^^^M ffiPlSf Styles. This catalogue contains hundreds of illustrations of the latest styles / , - •. %' \^^m-i\^t^x^t^A^:"^L in Shirt Waists, Tailor-Made Suits, Jackets, Gapes, Tailor-Made Skirts, etc. . •; ;•■ ffsii I fflra^^^^ J^v--r-N *> &* tCh *ne illustrations are made from photo graphs of the goods they represent. BHffl 1 SB^^^F^^^BL fi^SSSA i^^a^W^ The descriptions are full and exact. No...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 April 1899

12 MARKET EEPOfiT. Apples are getting scarcer. There are not very many fine ones on the mar ket. Anything like good red apples will bring a good full price. Small lots of apples are coming in by express, which makes them high priced. No change in quotations. Potatoes are steady. They are no higher in price. A few more are ar riving than were a week ago; plenty to supply the demand. There is also a lit tle less demand because of the higher price. But very few Yakima spuds in the market. Native rhubarb of a fine quality is being sold. _ Hay is still dull, although there has been quite a little call from the govern ment for it. Lilly, Bogardus & Co. are filling two contracts with the govern ment. One is for 700 tons of hay and 100 tons of oats for Manila, to be taken there on the Chilcott. The other is 200 tons of hay and oats for Alaska. Grain is in pretty fair demand. Wool and hides are still weak. Eggs have been well cleaned up and the price has advanced 1 cent. The extra demand...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 April 1899

TERRELL'S BESKSHIRES. Editor Ranch and Range: I en close a letter I received from a gentle man that recently purchased a pair of Berkshire pigs of me. It shows my swine are first class. A. M. Ferrkix. Redviond, Wash., April 4, 1899. Mr. A. M. Ferrell, Redmond, Wash. Dear Sir: I received the pigs all right and like them well. I would like to get one more male pig if you have one to sell. lam getting him for a friend. dpnurs truly, Carl Thompson. m Arlington, Wash, March 25, 1899. A. B. Lamberson has completed a tour of Eastern Oregon, Idaho and Washington, made in the interest of Buell Lamberson's seed house, Port land. He reports that the farmers are in good financial condition wherever he has been. The demand for this season is very large. Spray pumps are having a big run, it being the gen eral conclusion among orchardists that they must spray to secure first-class fruit. He believes that white arsenite will be substituted for Paris green as a spray for codlin moth. E. L. Smith, pr...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 6 April 1899

14 IZ? Af— IV /I IT f""> C f SEND US YOUR r'AKMOKO : Butter, Eggs, Potatoes and Hay Quick Sales and Quick Returns. No charge for Storage. TASCHEREAU & HAMILTON 161-163 S. Lincoln St., Spokane, Wash. Telephone 427 SUNSET NURSERY COMPANY COUPEVII/.E-ON-THE-SOUND, WASHINGTON. OFFER HIGH QUADS Northern grown fruit and ornamental trees. THE WOOD of their trees is fine grained and tough. All trees sent out arc stalky in form. Each tree is grown on 480 square inches of ground. THEIR ROSES of over ICO VARIETIES have been thoroughly tested and se lected from over 1800 sorts. Their collection represents the very cream of aristocracy in the rose world. Rose stock one and two years old, all field grown. SUNSET NURSERY COMPANY, COUPEVILLE-ON-THE-SOUND, WASHINGTON. OLD RELIABLE SAFE B. Presley & Co. • - Leading Fruit Receivers Wholesale Dealers and Commission Merchants. Shipments Solicited from Northwest Fruitgrowers. (Established 1849) . ST. PAUL, MINN. Winter Apples Wanted POTATOES, ...

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. — 6 April 1899

SWEET PEAS—Very choice named varieties, delicate colors, hand picked, home grown seed. Packets 6c each, 8 for 25c, 34 varieties separate packets (1. A choice hand-mixed lot, over 20 varieties, 10c. A good, promiscuous mixture for sc. MRS. L. A. NELSON, Oetchell, Wash. ABC OF BEE CULTURE—The best book on care of bees ever written. Price $1.25. Ad dress RANCH AND RANGE, Seattle. ELMWOOD A. J. C. C. JERSEYS—Me- Combination 39961, a grandson of Brown Bessie 74998, champion cow of the Columbian Dairy Test at Chicago, at the head of the herd; 411.5 pounds of butter and 6323 pounds of milk aver age per cow in 12 months. A few bull calves for sale from choice cows, also a few grade Jer sey heifers. -ADAM M. STEVENS, Prop., Box 247, Ellensburg, Wash. bWINE-Experiment Station Herd of Berkshire * and Poland China of choicest breeding. The blood of such famous herds as those of A. .1. Lovejoy & Sons, Roscoe, 111.; N. H. Gentry, Se dalia, Mo." John Harcourt & Co., New Augusta, Ind., in t...

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. — 6 April 1899

i 6 \ . . .» »" *'<.*'■ '' ' SfttJ^v"f-.*«^ >■' T^.^rf^* 1" ***''*'j-i'i j'~ /1 " ' ''* i-'+l '''*'' ->%lfti<itiiii^iii jflMtii " J^^^l^^^ rr-m COMBINED Churn and Butter-Worker would have been just as use- LM less and out of place in the dairy of thirty years ago as a man-of-war »JB in a mill pond. The Disbrow is a natural development based upon the needs of the mod ern creamery. Everyone conversant with the butter-making industry for the past few years can readily trace the "signs of the times" that presaged the combined machine. Nevertheless, when it came few had the courage of their convictions and believed it would prove a success. The Disbrow claims to be the original combined machine, and the claim is not disputed. It has passed the experimental stage. Its invention marks a distinct epoch in the progress of the science of butter-making. They churn cream. They work butter. They do not pack it in tubs. IDEAL SKIM MILK WEIGHERS, ELGIN STYLE ASH TUBS, SPRUCE AUSTRALIAN...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 13 April 1899

vfl^Hßu lin BB mBH KW9 hnhh Hfa^k. bb b^Bh 9£^^. I m^BSM i^^B Ranch And Range >/!^ «&§§ ISSUED EVERY WEEK f» Vol. 15, No. 19 1 the CREAMERY "FAKIR" I !§| Is reported to have pitched his tent in our midst; look out for him. His chief characteristics are plausibility, "you §§ |t|i . don't have to pay a dollar until the plant is completed"—yet you are on the contract, after you have signed, and }^?f I reported pay up anyhow—inferior "hollow-bowl" separators, and shoddy creamery outfitting. We say to you: j§f don't have to pay a dollar until the plant is completed"—yet you are on the contract, after you have signed, and j|B| have got to pay up anyhow—inferior "hollow-howl" separators, and shoddy creamery outfitting. We say to you: 0§ n Provide your land, put up your own building and purchase your Creamery outfit from a reputable supply house. H ||| We have recently received a large consignment of VATS, CHURNS, WORKERS, COMBINED CHURNS M 111 AND WORKERS, BABCOCK TESTING MACHINES, ...

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. — 13 April 1899

2 I HIGHEST PRIZE HONORS I /OX •—♦—♦- ♦—♦—#—*—*—♦—♦—*—♦—♦—♦— ♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦--♦—♦—*—♦— 41 —41 —————* —* ——* —* —* —* —* — ——— ——♦—♦—♦—♦—*— *h /©v § I Cream Separators «£ 11 q£) ♦ —♦—♦—♦—»—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—♦—*—*—♦—♦—♦—♦ -♦—*—♦—♦—♦— * —4c —*—* ——* —«> —4c —♦ —* —* —* —* —* —* —* —* —*"T* —♦ —* —* —* —* —* —* —* —* —* ££) II lB =9l HE DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS have received nearly Two Thousand Prizes, Mcd- ft tll~^™ '-tiSi HI a' ' Awards and Diplomas, during the twenty years they have been before the public. Five /®\ H \ Jm IBLJB Hundred of these awards have been Prizes and Medals from Fairs and Exhibitions of marked £& (f|) I j | I importance. The collection is representative of every World's Fair and International Exposition 6§) ® ■ r~Hr~~£ip*^^ during such period, every state and almost every county of the United States, and every civilized (§£) ® JOClLif^ country and province in the world. . (s§) ® jM^BSIk, At tllC W°rld's Fair, Chicago, in 1893, the De Laval Cream Separato...

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. — 13 April 1899

RANCH AND RANGE Vol. 15 No. If TESTING SEED WHEAT. BY PROF. W. M. HAYS, AGRICULTURIST MINNESOTA EXPERIMENT STATION. The seeds of field crops may be tested with comparatively little labor and practically no expense. Since the entire crop depends upon the seed, it |is always wise to plant seed of good vi "tality. If the seed is injured in some way it is often wise to add a Tittle to the quantity that there may be a full stand of the crop. In some sections of the Northwest the seed wheat and other grains were seriously injured the past season by heavy fall rains, neces sitating the grain standing in the shock until more or less of it was in jured. These fall rains also made it difficult to cure seed grain. The ordinary kitchen test is a prac tical way of testing seeds. Much de pends upon the method of doing this testing as to the accuracy and value of the information thus secured. By fest ing seeds at a rather high temperature, such as is found near the kitchen stove, a great many seed...

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. — 13 April 1899

4 DUAL PURPOSE BREEDS. IIO.MKK C. PRICK IN IJKKEDKR'S UAZKTTE. I have been much amused to see how the discussion of the dual-purpose cow has made the dairy papers squirm. Prof. Shaw has been charged with ig norance and heresy, and no epithet has been found strong enough to express their feelings. The old proverb, "truth cuts," has been well exemplified by the effect that Prof. Shaw's articles have had on the dairy press. The dual purpose advocates have taken the stand that dairy and beef qualities may be combined in one animal ,that such an animal exists and has an economic place on the farms of the general farmers. The dairymen have been very fond of "throwing mud" at the general farmer and making the term synonymous with shiftless and tum bledown. From the very nature of the case the majority of the farmers of the United States are general farmers and must necessarily remain such. A farm cannot be elevated to a single crop without impoverishing the land; a rotation of crops must b...

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. — 13 April 1899

sales for beef cattle would not show them to be very sound asleep at any rate. The picture drawn by Prof. Shaw of the loss caused by supplanting of dual purpose cattle with dairy breeds has been literally fulfilled in Central Ohio. Twelve or fifteen years ago the Jersey craze swept through our county like a wildfire, carrying before it thousands of grade Shorthorns from the farms to the shambles. The large cows that were supplying the farmer's family with butter and milk and producing a good calf every year so that their own - ers would have two or three steers to sell every fall were sold for what they would bring and grade Jerseys were bought at $60 to $75. These new cows furnished the family with butter and milk and produced a calf not worth raising. Where the cows were not re placed at once by the dairy cows they were bred to the "cat-hammed dairy bulls" and the result was a mongrel— a no-purpose cow, spoiled for beef and milk as well. But the tide has turned; the pendulum has c...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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