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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 19 August 1897

*9*<"» 'Vi'i** *^( t>t> **>cf* *Viv* *^*S^ *vt"i^ *"Vi'O* js(jm £ m mt J j^^mm 'Mm m '^B JBj3/S I*6l*ll 1? £LCtiOI*I6S \ / vi^X\^ \/ \ >y v*. / lx^\ \/ >» \ i 7 Bain papm cUagons, Racine Gaftuaqe Co.'s Spiring Wagons and Buggies. Oliver's Skit and Chill Ploxxts. Cideir, Bone, drain and panning mills. Buckley Pumps, etc, etc. Every Farmer should have our Catalogue *. ...... IWeCoitmiek and Deeding Catting lWaehinet*y Bale Ties, Binding Tuiine, etc. jociLxs x 100, Diraciirjy jl ixno^s, fc>ct». * Can on or address POLSON=WILTON HARDWARE CO., 821 and 823 Western Avenue ..... - - SEATTLE, WASH. We lead as usual with tHe Largest and Most complete line of ..HOP GROWER'S SUPPLIES.. Sulphur Kiln Cloth, Baling Cloth, Hop Stores, Hop Presses, * Hop Scoops, Hop Forks, Hop Thermometers, Lanterns, Sewing Twine, Etc., Etc. We have everything needed to fit up your Kiln and handle your hops to the best advantage CUe Hsmdle only the Best Hop Pickets and Campers Supplies YAK HARDW...

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. — 19 August 1897

i 6 MITCHELL FARM AND SPRING WAGONS — Are built in one grade only, and that is THE BEST. If that is what you want, write us for Catalogue and Prices : : : MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAYER CO. DEALERSIN» » FARM MACHINERY AND VEHICLES 308*310 I^iirst - Avenue Soutli. Seattle, Wasli. JOHN B. HGEN - MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN EQQS iSB CHEESE Sole Agent for the State of Washington for ASHTON'S DAIRY SALT. The best Salt for Butter 820 West Street, Seattle. 1702 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma. Ship your Butter and Eggs to us. We pay Cash for Goods on arrival. NO COMMISSION y||W^9W[7WPjMj CALL FOR It's Imported from Vermont and ll^^Vrnßßnf^^Bl Home Prepared. ■Mil OLD YANKEE HILL'S «>- ~ IBf!SH ZlMlii IT'S THE BEST llpMffl p||M MAPI f SYRUP it s made fresh every day IbHhH|!^^Bl its sold by all grocers who similk or la be*- IT BERTS THE KUONPIKB b»t°ter and cheese 1 ▼▼▼▼▼▼ with the SEATTLE AUTOMATIC REFRIGERATING CO. And get 50 per cent advance in price in Ninety Days Try it when you have Goods to sto...

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. — 26 August 1897

Ranche and Range. Old Series, Vol. 3, No. 52.1 CT?ATTTT? XX/A^TT ATTfVTTST'2fi 1897 New Series!! Vol. 1, No. 10. f - b£,A 1 1 L,£,, -W Aon., AULrUdI zo, i^/. LACHNER'S I KNOW 17193 (S) Laclmer's I Know 17193 is one of the boars at the head of the good herd of Poland-China hogs owned by Lachner Bros., of Maryville, Mo. The picture we publish on this page is in no way overdrawn. It shows a good head, handsomely tipped ear, and a well-arched back, which with his depth of rib sub stance and splendid quality marks him as one of the extra good sons of that famous sire, Chief I Know 11992. His dam was Black Beauty 2nd 17792, ad mittedly the best brood sow in the Bisk & Gabbert herd. Lachner's I Know is a full brother to the great state fair sweepstakes winner Chief We Know, shown at the head of the Risk & Gabbert herd in 1895, and sold by them to an Eastern breed er for $500. We Know Chief, another full brother, will head the Risk & Gabbert show herd this year, which also inclu...

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. — 26 August 1897

2 HO^TICUIiTU^E. OUR PRODUCE HARKETS. There is a peculiar condition existing in the Sound markets at the present time. At first thought one would suppose that with the many thousands who have been drawn to the new Alaska gold fields passing through Puget Sound ports it would increase immensely the volume of the pro duce business. This theory looks natural enough and is deceiving farmers and shippers all over the Northwest into rustling their consignments in. But as a matter of fact the volume of business in this line has increased very little. With the first news of the rich strikes people left the Sound cities by the hundreds. The people who are flocking in—the transients —are not the fruit consumers that resi dents are. Those who have gone have taken only staple articles of food and are completely out of reach of all fresh fruits and vegetables. Alaska has been a growing market for several years past but when they heard of the rich discoveries up there every able-bodied person in ...

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. — 26 August 1897

LOOK IN THE ORCHARD. Look for fire blight on pear, apple and quince trees. Destroy it at once by removing the limb and burning the same. Look after grafts and see that they have a chance to grow. Rub off the sprouts near them. Look for the nests of the tent caterpil lar and destroy them by using a rag saturated in kerosene and placed on the end of a pole. See that hogs, sheep or cattle are not injuring the trees if they have access to the orchard. Look for borers and remove them with knife and wire. Borers may be expelled by a whitewash con taining crude carbolic acid and Paris green. See that wormy fruits are picked up and destroyed. Sheep and pigs will do this cheaply. See that the orchard is well cultivated and kept free from weeds. Look to it that no grain crop is raised in any or chard kept for fruit production. Look for premature fruit on peach trees. Such appearing is a sure sign of yellows, and the whole tree should be removed, even though only a single limb is affected. See...

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. — 26 August 1897

4 APIARY. BUZZINGS. BY MRS. CHAS LEC. Bees should not be molested at night, for at no other time are they so irritable. Never allow a swarm of bees to remain long after settling, especially if the sun shines on them. When you are handling bees never let a bee sting unnerve you, but work just as carefully as though nothing had happened. Good theory, but hard to practice. A local beekeepers association has undertaken the business of manufacturing chocolate with honey in stead of sugar. It is said to be a superior article. — Review. Sometimes swarms in the air are very cross, and no reason can be given why they are so, unless they are vicious hybrids in the first place. Pure Italians or pure blacks are usually quiet when swarming, unless unnecessarily molested. Baked apples and honey. Take ripe apples of uniform size, and with knife remove the core by boring in at one end, but do not run the knife en tirely through. Place in a baking dish and put into each apple a teaspoonful each of e...

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. — 26 August 1897

BEES. TAXING BEES. Some one from this state —maybe it was Bro. Hayes—has sent away back to the A. B. J. the fol lowing questions: 1. —Is it constitutional to tax honey bees? 2.—lf so, what states levy a tax on them? 'A. —At what value are they assessed? 4. —Has this question been in litigation? 5. —If so, what has been the decision of the courts? Please do me the favor to answer these questions the best you can, so that I can go before the County Commissioners somewhat informed. We are as sessed $2.50 per colony—the only county in the state that taxes the honey bee. WASHINGTON. The editor's answer is as follows: I can only repeat that they are questions for a lawyer, not for a beekeeper to answer. Each state has its own laws, and any lawyer or justice of the peace ought to be able to give the laws of his own state. Unless there is special provision made for the exemption of bees, they should be taxed in all states. I pay taxes on my bees as well as my horses, and at the same rate ac...

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. — 26 August 1897

6 THE Dfll^V. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? "What does it mean?" says Hoard's Dairyman. "Sixty tons of New York butter was recently shipped via Vancouver, B. C, to Australia. We have been led to suppose that Australia was an ex porter of butter. What can they want of New York butter there?" It means that Australia is short because of the great drouth for one thing. It means also that New York butter is being shipped there because our own Pacific coast dairymen are not as wide awake as they should be. If there is any market for our but ter there, we want it ourselves, but to get it we must be up and stirring. STRIPPINQS. BY M. L. MATTERSON. The cow that didn't have access to shade through August is to be pitied. If you want a good cow give the calf a chance. If you are a kicker, better leave the heavy boots at the house when you go to milk. Go barefoot or wear moccasins. Scald all dairy utensils before using and the but ter will have a better flavor. You can't expect to make good butter in a ro...

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. — 26 August 1897

DAIRY NOTES. It is reported that Tacoma is to have a condensed milk factory. If started it means just that more of an outlet for our dairy products. The number of cattle in the United States has de creased 5,000,000 head in the last five years, being an average of 1,000,000 per year. At this rate the demand will soon be away above the supply. Always avoid loud talking and speak gently ami caressingly to every cow. You can never give them too much petting. Nervous cows, if well treated, always give the most milk, but they must have uni form, gentle care. Habits formed during the first season of milking are sure to cling to the cow as she grows older; therefore much depends on how the heifer is treat ed. This is notably true of the habit of a continu ance of the flow of milk. Why is it that the dairy sections are more pros perous than other farming communities? Because dairying is associated farming. Hence, each dairy man helps educate his neighbor. The dairy farmers combine in cheese...

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. — 26 August 1897

s Ranche and Range. ISSUED EVERY THUHSDAY. In the interests of the Farmers. Horticulturists and Stockmen of Wash ington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah and British Columbia. Official organ of the Northwest Fruit Growers' Association, embracing Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. Subscription (In advance) ----- $1.00 per year MILLER FREEMAN Editor Address all communications to No. 108 West Marion street, Seattle.Wash. Branch office at North Yakima, Wash. DOLLAR WHEAT! HOPS LOOKING UP ! SHEEP ON THE JUMP ! WOOL CLIMBING ! OATS AND CORN ON THE RAISE ! HORSES IN GOOD DEMAND ! GOLD COMING IN BY THE SHIPLOAD FROM ALASKA! FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS FOR OUR WHEAT CROP! LUMBER CAMPS BUSY! FACTORIES HUMMING! PROSPERITY AND PROGRESS FOR THE GREAT NORTHWEST. TO THE 20,000 MARK. We are putting RANCHE AND RANGE into every rural home in the Northwest. In order to give all farmers, fruit growers and stock raisers an opportunity to enroll their names on our subscrip tion list we will send our p...

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. — 26 August 1897

DE LAVAL "ALPHA" CREAM SEPARATORS'^ ■:.«e^j 3u ■££&. CREAMERY AND DAIRY MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES t I - What tne 1897 Wisconsin State Experiments Sliowi dSf^-- ' •':;' That many " Alpha De Laval " machines in every-day use are skimming as wonderfully HHH^ST"^ kJ close as -°3; that the average is from .05 to .065; and that but one machine out of those per jßlr^O. if if sonally tested by Prof. Farrington was leaving more that .1. \3m^Us JM£/ /IN That the "Reid-Danish " machines are leaving an average of three times as much fat in (HBliP** fim^tlU the skim milk as the " Alpha De Laval." WmT :^Wf5rJ Tnat the "v- s-" machines are leaving an average of three times as much fat in the lyflP skim milk as the "Alpha De Laval." jjlljffl , y^ M wi^ That the "Alexandra-Jumbo" machines are leaving an average of four times as much iflfiiil .>■•"'" ZJ&ai&kr ■ fat in the skim milk as the Alpha De Laval." /■iß-'^*""^ '1-''--^/ That the Sharpies Imperial Russian" machines are leaving an av...

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. — 26 August 1897

IO THE FIiOCKS. A PROriINENT FLOCKHASTER. John Oleman, a lending farmer and stockman of WeHaa valley, was a caller at the Seattle office of RANCHE AND RANGE this week. Mr. Cleman brought over for sale a number of horses, among (hem being souk 4 of the well-known Stinson band. Mr. Cleman has a farm of 12,500 acres, 11,000 being mountain range fenced in for his stock and 1500 bot tom land devoted to hay and grain crops, etc. He runs from 11,000 to 20,000 sheep. This year he had a wool clip of 80,000 pounds, which brought the highest price of any lot in Central Washington, nine cents. On his farm he has three big barns, the largest in the state, two of which are 110x102 and holding 450 tons of hay each and 100 head of stock. The third is 80x140, with a basement that holds 1,500 ewes while lambing in the spring, and 250 tons of hay in the loft. Mr. Cleman informs us that he has evolved a very practical plan to save the expense of herders dur ing the winter. He has fenced off five forty-...

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. — 26 August 1897

POULTRY. It is quite difficult to compel chicks running at large to eat the food necessary for frame-making unless they are fed systematically, when they soon become accustomed to regular hours, and their hab its become more or less fixed. A mash for a morn ing feed, therefore, is the easiest and safest way of feeding bran and ground corn and oats to them. This feed alone will do much towards frame-build ing and will satisfy them usually until evening, as they are gradually filling their crops during the day in their wanderings through the fields, and a feed of mixed wheat and barley, and a little cracked corn now and then added, fed freely at night, will keep them contented until morning. Farmers' habits of caring for young stock are, an a rule, injurious to natural growth. The fear of hav ing the young budding crops destroyed compels them to shut their chickens up and confine them within narrow limits. It would be much better if they would fence in a certain extended run with poul...

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. — 26 August 1897

12 JVIISCEIiLiANEOUS PIERCE COUNTY FAIR. The Pierce County Fair Association will open at Tacoma its annual fair September G and close September 11. This is one of the first expositions the state has ever had where the educational fea tures fo rthe farmer in all agricultural and stock departments will be given proper prominence. There are some good men at the head of it, and it should be a success. Following are the names of the board of directors and officers: C. W. Cham berlain, president; Frank Ailing, vice-president; O. F. Cosper, secretary; H. Knatvold, treasurer; E. L. Herriff, Robert Haddow, Frank R. Cole, F. J. Cheal, directors. The superintendents of various departments, as far as elected, are: Horses, Thomas Huggins; live stock, Guy MacL. TCichnrds: poultry* "Robert Had dow; dairy products. E. A. McDonald; fruit, Frank Allinsr; minerals, C. F. Ferry and T. C. Van Eaton; maehinerv and manufacturers, J. R. Turner; lum ber. Frank B. Cole. Woman's department, schools etc., Mrs....

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. — 26 August 1897

MISCEIiLifIfIEOUS. TO PREVENT FOREST FIRES. Following is the full text of a law passed by the last regular session of congress and approved by the president February 24, 1897, and is entitled "an act to prevent fires on the public domain": lie it enacted by the senate and house of repre sentatives of the TJnited States of America in con gress assembled, That any person who shall will fully or maliciously set on fire, any timber, under brush or grass upon the public domain, or shall carelessly or negligently leave or suffer fire to burn unattended near any timber or any other inflam mable material, shall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor, and, upon conviction thereof in any dis trict court of the United States having jurisdiction of the same, shall be fined in a sum not more than five thousand dollars or be imprisoned for a term of not more than two years, or both. Sec. 2. That any person who shall build a camp tire, or any other fire, in or near any forest, timber, or other inflamm...

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. — 26 August 1897

14 THE SCRUB COW AND THE FARMER. The Scrub Cow — "If I should die tonight — Then would you look upon my quiet face And wish me back within my stall? Would the many years of eating I have spent Devouring all your hard-earned grain and hay, With scant return in butter, milk or cream, With little save a pile of leached-out dung And my society to leave behind — Would such a life-work make you wish me back. If I should die tonight?" The Farmer— "If you should die tonight — I'd be ten dollars better off by spring. That money represents the difference Between the food that you would swallow down Before the snow melts and the milk and cream That you would manufacture from the food. If you should die tonight—l'd thank my stars. But if you think of dying, let me take The ax and turn you into beef at least. Before you die tonight." H. J. McGee brought into Seattle Wednesday some samples of flax straw taken from the four-acre tract that he has .cultivated on the Ex-sheriff Cochran place in the ...

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. — 26 August 1897

- . . . l vM/j» vV*.^ V*'*-* *AIA* *Ai"s^ «*MA^ u^™^■^^*i^^ll V'^^j*^* rf ,^^^^^\ Bain Fat*m CJClagons, Racine Gaffiage Co.'s Spring Wagons and Buggies. Oliver's Skit and Chill Plouus. Cider, Bone, Grain and panning mills. Buckley Pumps, etc, etc. • >v'i r- . - Every Farmer should have our Catalogue » ■' "*«*■'•-''■'* ' - - ' • " ■ , ......|WeCoi*miek and Deeding Catting |Waehinetty Bale Ties, Binding Tuiine, etc. Ca.on or address POLSON=WI LTON HARDWARE CO., 821 and 823 Western Avenue - - - - - - - SEATTLE, WASH. We lead as usual with the Largest and Most complete line of .. HOP GROWER'S SUPPLIES .. Sulphur Kiln Cloth, Baling Cloth, Hop Stores, Hop Presses, Hop Scoops, Hop Forks, Hop Thermometers, -' Lanterns, Sewing Twine, Etc., Etc. ; = We have everything needed to fit up your Kiln and handle your hops to the best advantage UXe Handle only the Best Hop Pickets and Campers Supplies YAK IMA HARDWARE CO., north yakima county, wash. THOMAS CARSTENB ERNEST CARSTENS CARSTB>NS BRO...

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. — 26 August 1897

i 6 MITCHELL FARM AND SPRING WAGONS^*- Are built in one grade only, and that is THE BEST. If that is what you want, write us for Catalogue and Prices :. .: : MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAYER; CO. DEALERS 1N: #— — FARM MACHINERY AND VEHICLES 308310 First Avenue Soutlx. Seattle, Wash. JOHN B. HGEN — MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN EQQS i™ CHEESE Sole Agent for the State of Washington for ASHTON'S DAIRY SALT. The best Salt for Butter 820 West Street, Seattle. 1702 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma. Ship your Butter and Eggs to us. We pay Cash for Goods on arrival. NO COMMISSION yijHßT!TJf|nW^^| call for ■ "^'s I mP orted from Vermont and Home Prepared. ■nil OLD YANKEE HILL'S - «- —~ w^BK^Bkwm > it>s the best PBHHffinfffim MAPI F SYRUP IT S MADE fresh every day HfSHHB|B9I ITS SOLD BY ALL GROCERS »»o «IMILB or LABCt- IT BEATS THE KUONDIKB eggC" butter and CHEESE --. T ▼▼▼▼▼▼ With the SEATTLE AUTOMATIC REFRIGERATING CO. And get 50 per cent advance In price in Ninety Days Try it when you have Goods to s...

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. — 2 September 1897

Ranche and Range. N>w!XXv2£f;BS:Bi:[ Seattle, wash., September 2, 1897. LOOK OUT FOR THE WEEDS. Editor Ranche and Range: On a recent visit to the West Side I noticed a number of bad weeds are gaining a foothold. These have been introduced often in seeds brought from infected regions. This is the manner in which the Russian thistle was introduced into the United States. One of the weeds noticed is the bind weed, or dod der, a yellow, leafless vine that grows as a parasite on clov er. This weed was doubtless introduced in clover seed brought from the East. The English plantain, or rib grass, has gained quite a foothold in some sections, and was doubtless also introduced in clover seed. Farmers should use the utmost care to prevent the in troduction of weeds in seeds they buy. When purchased seeds are sown a careful look-out for strange weeds should be kept, and none allowed to grow. We ought to have legislation making it an offense to sell seeds containing weed seeds. Seed dealers ...

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. — 2 September 1897

2 BOf*TICULiTUSE. HORTICULTURE AT EAST SOUND Hon. F. C. Harper of East Sound was in Seattle Saturday. He reports that San Juan County's agricultural interests are developing quite rapidly. Horticulture on the islands is becoming especially prominent. This is the first season that the products of their orchards will reach proportions of importance in the markets. At East Sound there are two quite large orchards owned by Seattle parties. This year a crop of 150 tons of prunes will be harvested. A good sized dryer is now being erected to care for this crop. E. L. Yon Gohren, a well-known horticulturist, is manager of both orchards. Among other fruit growers there are Wm. Hambley, D. Langell, Jas. Telloch and Capt. N. P. Gregg. Senator Harper displayed some pretty fruit from East Sound grown in the orchard of John M. Fry. Several speci mens of an apple were shown, which none of the Seattle expert horticulturists have been able to classify. They are large and of good shape, looking neare...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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