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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Ranche and range. — 29 April 1897

¥hc3 Horses. SPOKANE HORSES. 1). B. Stew art owns Rotswood 20,660, n stallion sired by Eroij dam Maggie, l2:l«). Also he lias a grandson of En counter, the dnm beitlt by Altamont Me dium. He owns a buy gelding sired by Alexis. Sam Childs, who is training Stewart's horses, has in charge Orondo, owned by Howard IV<l. Orondo wus Hired by Al tamont. Also C. S. Rteves' (Juvsisca, by Guy WilUes, dam by Altamont, and a a mare by Tom V, record 2:17. C. L. Taft owns Liilv, grandson of Bleuttuneer, dam by Liberty SonUg. Beu Wingard is training Blllv Gußten'* Rosebud, and Baby Chapman; al-o O« A. Lince's Doc Bunnell. l>y [nyrani: it filly by Alexis; ami a coll l>y Altnmoiit. W. J. Harris ha* in the hands of .Joe Hubert Kinn Allamont, l>y Altaniont, Dam Lady Ophir. Also Hubert is tr.iin inij a mare by Metropolitan, pwntri by Billy Hussell; two tborouybbrcd runners by Imp. Blackbird, the property of Har ris, and a Wilkes pacer, owned by ueo. Veitfi. P. J. Kecnan hasSiacoila, siied by...

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. — 29 April 1897

14 \ Briefly Said. - We wish I3ro. Freeman success —I. 0. Dairyman. ElttU Marble is staitinj; si nursery in the \Venatohee valley, two miles from Rock Island. The prospects for a wheat crop in the Palouse country wore never better than tli is season. The acreage in full grain is larger thau ever before, and the general aereatffl is 20 per cent gi eater than a year ago.—J. M. Hill, Colfax, Wash. I bought, fifty boxes of apples from a Natcheez farmer labt fall, of the Bald win and Bpitsenburg varieties, and I must say they were lit to grace the table of royalty. They were the finest fruit 1 have ever had the enjoyment of eating — Ed F. Bogardus. J. D. Gass has recently put in a cream ery plant at Mount Vernon for Anable & Stevens, and another at Orting for the Orting Creamery Company, lie lias also furnished E. E. James, North Yakima, and C. H. Bart'ett, Yakima City, each with a Sharpless separator of 1500 lbs. capacity. Our youth need lobe taught the fal lacy of a belief that a p...

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. — 29 April 1897

Markets. HUTTKR. Scuttle—R'inoir 14@loc; Washington creameries, L'2c; lowa creamery Bto. Tacoma —Waili. Creamery, 23c. Ib.; Cal. and lowa creamery 17@21c. cheese. Seattle—Wash, full cream 10@12}.jc; eastern full cream 9c; half cream 8@0c; Taeoina—Wash, full cream 10@18c. ; eastern full cream 10.:, k<;i;s. Seattle • j ] c - Taootna .... .-.';.. ...'..... . ;•'•!. Portltind ..: • • • HKcOllc. Spokane U@ 12c.' I'OUIiTUV. Chickens- Sen1 tie per doz. J8(Tr.3.5() Tacoma " " IWr.iAM Portland " " 2 .",()rd>:!..vi Spokane " '■ S.oOfrVI.OO J-IUJITS. Apples— Seattle. . Yakima ami Wenatchee l.fib#3 '« .Eastern 1.25 Tacoma Eastern Washington 1.T5&8 ■ POTATOES. Seattle East. Washington 18020.00 Tacoma " " 18@20 CATTtrB. Cbloago— Common steers 4.65@5.!ij Prime steers 4.00@4.25 SHEET. Tacoma 3.00®3.50 Chicago ■ • ■ Westerns H 00®4.85 nous. Tacoma 8.. r>o@3.7."i Chicago 4.1a©4.20 Weeds should be kept down from the start, as they take moisture and strength from the soil. One should take ...

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. — 29 April 1897

i 6 Goods at Cost for theNexteODays! For the next sixty ihys 1 will sell at cost Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Good*, . i Hosiery, Booi.«, Shoes', Furnishing Goons* Tinware, Wooden ware and Notions ~ffc THIS IS A BONA-FIDE SALE! -*- ' 1 am Roiuic to Chicimo to bring back an Immense new stock, therefore must niak? . ' room in ray store by selling all goods on band at' ACTUAL COST: The jacket Store. C£ST£££ Christ Millet*. OLD-TIME COURTESY Ot the Bort Which Was Found in Oregon When She Was Young and Unfettered. There wa-nl any pirlicul-ir cxei'e nient over the bnngiug of Ibe man point ed out and aintstid at Big Bend he the chap who s-tole a pack mr.le from Col White's cftlitp over on Fith river. One of White's nipn, who was over alter bit eon, happened to meet the stranger, ami he went to Jim litdfern, president of I lie vigilance committee, and said: "Jim, is it a good day for a hangiH-!" "\Vall, loleiahly far,1' replied Jim. "The cuss who stole our pack Blew] i-. down in the tin fro...

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. — 6 May 1897

Ranche and Range. vol. i, no. 5. A SEATTLE ENTERPRISE. Keeping the Farmers' Products Until the Season of High Prices. The Automatic Refrigerating Company- The plant of the Seattle Automatic Refrigerat ing Company is one of the largest and most com plete of its kind on the Pacific Coast. The sys tem of cold storage employed is a wonderful one, enabling all sorts of perishable goods to be kept in perfect condition for an indefinite period. A reporter called at the office of the company re cently, was pleasantly received by its president, Mr. Chas. E. Crane, and taken by him on a tour. Viezv of the Seattle Automatic Refrigerating Cos! Buildings, Seattle, Wash. of inspection through the buildings. The room in which apples are kept was first visited, and fruit shown which had been in storage for some months and is still in good order. Mr. Crane delivered a little lecture here, upon the fault of many growers in packing boxes too full and then pressing the cover down on the fruit so that i...

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. — 6 May 1897

2 dorrcsapond^nGG;. LAKE CHELAN LETTER. Editor Rani he and Tlanuk: May your journal continue to receive the support which it den 1 lvis. The Lake Chelan Horticultural Society hus held its annual election, and the new officers are: President. L. 11. Spader; vice president, Mrs. (J. Robinson; secre tary-treasurer, (\ Robinson; corrcspond iug secretary, John If6ilbart; trustees, Mrs. B. P. Smith, Mrs. C. E Little, A. F. Henderson. Our trees have conic through the win tet in splendid condition. A[ ricots and cherries are in blossom, and there is ev ery prospect of an abundant crop, as we have at least double the usual quantity of moisture. We are to have a Btate road built from Wenatchee up the Columbia and into the Metliow valley. Miners are exhibit ing unusual energy and activity, and there is no doubt but there will be a great deal of development .during the summer; and prosperity will surely come to those who take advantage of Ibe op portunities offered in Ottanogan county. C. Robin...

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 May 1897

SPOKANE'S FRUIT FAIR. Will Have an Exposition This Fall on a Grander Scale Than Ever. Already the citizens of Spokane have commenced active work toward (lie hold ing of a fruit fair tins fall. That it will bo the greatest success of any effort tbat lively city has ever made, is already as sured. its scope \viH be considerably broad ened, and it is intended that every pro ducing section in the entire Northwest shall be represented. Special Invitation lias been extended to the valleys of Cen tral Washington to send creditable dis plays, which will no doubt be taken ad vantage of. Here is the cheerful view tbe Chronicle takes of it; "It is conceded by all that the outlook for the fair this j'eHf is brighter by far than ever before. Uusi dcm is greatly improved and more liberal support is thereby assured. Three years experience Im3 taught the management many lessons in organization and adver tising and the value of special attrac tions. The prices for all farm products are much higher t...

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 May 1897

I Horticulture. NUT CULTURE IN THE NORTHWEST. Personal Experience of the Treasurer of the Oregon Board of Horticulture. BY HENRY K. DOBCH. !Concluded from Last Week. | Having made your selection of trees, put the place in which you wish to plant them in perfect order, ami ilia: the holes 'A feet wide by at least 2 feet in depth, and 40 feet apart; then fill ihem up again, bottom soil on top, all of which can be done in the fall and winter ami be ready in the spring for planting, which is a very particular piece of work. Place the taproot Btiaight down and spread out each lateral root carefully as you proceed to (ill the previously re opened hole, sifting in fine dirt us you go; the tree to stand a little higher than in nursery rows, thus allowing for settling down, and when completed you may rest assured your tree will grow, and, beyond cultivation, requires no further atten tion — do spraying and no pruning. How ever if you wish to experiment as I have done, by planting the nuts, p...

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 May 1897

nuts good size and tweet —all good points. The Cosubale comes next, ami then the Merle. The American Sweet is too well known to require description. These are all crafted trees, as seedlings are very in different as to fruit, at.d should be plant ed and treated the same as the walnut. The market, however, for this fruit is more limited, but for family use it is un surpassed for flavor or nourishment, whether roasted or used as a vegetable or as a stuffing for fowls. From a commercial standpoint these nut bearing trees are not only valuable for their fruit but also for their wood. Eveiybody is acquainted with fine wal nut furniture, which is very expensive, and especially what i 3 known as French walnut veneering. Pecan timber, es pecially, is susceptible of a yeiy high polish, having a fine grain, and is ex ceedingly handsome for finishing either furniture or paneling in housework. I have endeavored to obtain the exact figures of importations into Oregon of all kinds of nuts, but ha...

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 May 1897

6 Dairy, BREEDING OF THE DAIRY HERD. ISY A. M. STEVENS. I Address delivered before the Washington Slsite Dairymen's Convention, held April !> and 10 at Spokane.] So much has been said and written on this subject that to say or write anything more seems like stepping in somebody's tracks. One of the thoughts that suggests it self is—what is a dairy cow? Many will finswer, "a large cow that will give a fair mess of milk, raise a big bull calf, and make prime beef;" and (hire you have the general pnrpose cow. Prof. Smith, director of Michigan Experiment Station, says: "My definition of a good cow is one that converts economically large quantities of proper tood into but ter." He also says that "his experience warrants him in regarding the outer ap pearance of the cow a very certain index of her capabilities,'' and that "the cow is a most important factor in deciding whether the production of butter is prof itable or not." What are we in the dairy business for any way, if not to gath...

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 May 1897

Wlis Floaks. FLOCK NOTES. Peter Agor sold 02 bales wool to Stan ley Coflin for 7|. Daul O'Conner, of Klickitat, is bring ing 5000 sheep into Yakima county. A. V. Wilson sold on Saturday 100 hags wool for Ofc. to Colin Carmichael. Robert Hamilton was in North Yak ima the first of the week looking for shearers. lie will commence operations this week. Coffin Bros, have sold the Peter Agor wool clip to the Pendlcton woolen mill. They have also bought the Moxee com pany's clip. Wm. Peatross has a force of shearers at work on his extensive flocks at the lower Oak Springs. His sheep are shear ing well and are in good condition. Jas. Cunningham, of Klickitat, last week sold a bunch of fine 3-yrold weth eas to the Frye Bruhn Company, Seattle, at $:> per head. They were put aboard cars at Mabton. Coffin Bros, are running Herman Metz yer's wool baler at North Yakima. They are now baling the wool of A Cunning ham, A. V. Wilson and Sam Byng for eastern shipment. Vessey & Meltea are now sh...

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 May 1897

8 Ranche and Range. ISSTTED E-VEE2.-2- TKVBSDAT. In the Interests of the Farmers, Horticulturists and Stockmen or Washington, Oregon, Idaho. Montana, Utah and British Columbia. Subscription (it» advance) ... $1.00 Per Year. niLLER FREEHAN, - - - Editor. Address all communications to RANCHE AND RANGE, Box G(ifi, North Yakima, Washington. THE HAWAIIAN TREATY AGAIN. In our last issue we referred briefly to the ini quities of the so-called reciprocity treaty with Hawaii. As our columns are devoted to the in terests of the rancher and herder, we can be par doned for again calling attention to the injustice of this treaty in the interests of a few individuals and against the welfare of thousands of farmers on the Pacific coast, The Northern Pacific Railway and the State Agricultural College are furnishing scores of our ranchers with sugar beet seed. The tests this year are to be thorough and conclusive as to yield and comparative value with other localities in this country and Europe. If ...

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 May 1897

EDITORIAL NOTES. It must be mighty discouraging on a sultry July day, when all hands are rushing the hay into the barn and the dark clouds just appearing above the western horizon, to have the good wife send word that she has no wood to get supper with. If wood is the summer fuel it should now be in the woodhouse or piled near the kitchen door. The "ABC of Bee Culture 11 is a valuable work that ought to be in the hands of every api culturist in the Northwest. It is a book of 350 large pages, well bound and profusely illustrated. A. I. Root, the well known manufacturer of bee supplies, is the author, and the facts presented are gleaned from the actual field of experience of thousands of bee-keepers all over the land. The price for the book is $1.25 and it can be obtained by mail postpaid for this amount, by sending to the A. I. Root Company, Medina, O. We produce in another column an ode to rheu matism. If the suffers with this dread disease would only seek the glorious climate of th...

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 May 1897

TO Poultry Yar<2. LECTURE ON POULTRY. Delivered Before a Recent Convention or the American Poultry Association. BY SAMUEL CI'SIIMAN, The sitting hen should have focd, wa ter, grit or gravel and a dust bath with in easy reach. The food should be grain and corn, as to digest this all of her ap paratus is called into play, and this, he sides keeping her in good condition, the process is longer and the food values are not so quickly lost. With ground feed part of the work is done for the hen, and for the sitting hen it is no advant vantagf. If her food is scattered and she must run about a little and scratch to get it, she will be the better for it, and the airing the eggs will have in the mean time will do them no harm. Toward the last it is v ell to dust insect powder into her feathers and in the nest. The chickens should he left in the nest, or at least with the hen undistuibed, for at least twenty-four hours. This will the yolks time to he absorbed and the digestive organs to get...

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 May 1897

MiSGSIIaiEIGQUS. RHEUMATISM. First Impression — If y<> feel a horrid IChlof in jour leg or in your eyebrow, in jour foot or in your liver, in your back or in your toe. If your shoulder blades get creaking or your ribs pain when your speaking, and you're satisfied there's nothing half so bad in human woe; How It Feels Some More — If it takes you in the biceps, in your eyes or in your fingers, in your wrists, or fists, or ankles, in your hips or in your knees; if you can't help saying Hades in the presence of the ladies, when your nerve sciatic' 3 tortured with a cough or with a sneeze; What the Doctors tiay — Then you've got the rheumatism in some fiendish form or other, let the idi otic doctors call it what they please; gout, lumbago, or iritis, or acute'endo carditis, or neuralgia, chalk deposit— do not be deceived by these. Why They Lied About It— For they know, the wily humbugs, there is little use in trying to persuade a mere rheumatic to give ear unto I heir their tnlk; h...

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. — 6 May 1897

12 Whs Hpiary. SPRING WORK IN THE APIARY. Bees require strict attention in early spring. There is perhaps no other time in the whole year that a little neglect will be followed wiih as heavy losses as during this period. A very large per rent, of all colonies Unit have come through the winter, invariably need some attention iii some form or another. Many colonies do not hove the necessary stores to carry them through until the honey How begins and many will be found des titute of stores at the close of severe win ter. Others will he found queenlesa, while some, and may be an entire npi.-irv, will be affected with dysentery, the effects of bad wintering produced from severe cold winters, and unprotection. These are the troubles usually to be found in early spring. All but the last, are very easily remedied by proper treatment, and if bees are in a healthy condition they will readily partake of food, and will store almost any quantity of it, if it is given them. Syrup made from granul...

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. — 6 May 1897

Gattle. GROWING CALVES INTO MILK COWS. Our calves arc bred aud raised for the dairy, and to have good calves it is of great importance that they are from good well-developed sires and dams. When our cows drop calves if the udders are in good condition the calf is taken awuv when one or two days old ; if the udder i« badly swollen the calf is left with the cow longer, and I have found nothing that takes the place of the calf to reduce a caked udder. When taken from the cow they are put in a dry, lit?' 11 vOX s t *».l l and kept separate, so they cannot suck each other. We commence feeding warm whole milk three times a day for one or two weeks and then we iret them on two feeds a duv and begin RfviiM them part whole milk and part warm separator milk, and keep some wheat bran, whole oats and a yery little cake meal where they can get it, with a little of the best hay we have, and it is sur prising to see how sonu they will com mence eating the feed and hay. When about four weeks old we...

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. — 6 May 1897

14 Briefly Said. Pie plant is a drug on tbe market in S mud cities. Miller Freeman is editing Ramchl a>d Range in a way to please producer*.—Se attle Trade Register. A few farmers in the vicinity of Port land who had choice timothy hay for sale ohtained from $15 to $18 per ton lor it this spring. Louis Laclimund reporli that his firm, Ilorst it Lachmund, has recently con traded with Chailes Carpenter lor OOJO pounds of hops. RAKCHt and Range, published at North Vakiina by Miller Freeman, is one of the neatest little papers that comes lo our sanctum— EHeniburg Dawn. Early maturity is especially Important In heef cattle rearing; progressive breed ers appreciate it. as do the buyers, who pay the best prices for the early matured steer, which always has a superior qual ity when finished off for the block before two years old. Still there are thousands who do not seem to know this. The Woodland Park and Washington Floral companies in Seattle have recent ly consolidated. The ' new firm...

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 May 1897

Markets. BUTTKR. Seattle—Ranch, 13@15c; Washington creameries, 18c; lowa creamery 170. Tacoma — Was.li. creamery, 23c. Ib.; Oal. and lowa creamery 17@21c. Yaklma, rjnch 30c. creamery lKc. CHKESE. Seattle—Wash, full cream 10@12>.<c; eastern full cream {>c ; half cream 8@0u; Tacoma—Wash, full cream 10@13c.; eastern full cream lOu, Spokane—Full cream, 12@18c. skim milk i)@loc. HONEY. Yakima—comb 10c. Extracted Do. Punt Sound" 12c. " 10c. Spokane " Wo. " 12c. EGGS). Seattle '. [go. Taeoma ';>(J- Portland 12<®14<\ Spokane 18®14c. Yakima "to POULTRY. Chickens— Seattle per do/.. .->*'":;.., > Tacoma... •. " " 8(5*4.00 Portland " " 2.50®8.60 Spokane " '-4.50(2.6.00 Ducks- Seattle " "^3.50 Spokane " " 4 Turkeys- Seattle perlbloc. ■ ■ Spokane .'.;'.: " 15c. .- FRUITS. Apples— Seattle....Yakima and Wenatchee $I.7s@'J i" Eastern 1.26 Tacoma Eastern Washington 1.76@3 Spokane • • • I.lo® 1.85 POTATOES. Seattle ....'. East. Washington i:i®M Tacoma " ' " 1 8®1 Spokane 10@12 ...

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 May 1897

t6 Poison-Wilton Hardware Company 821-823 Western Avenue, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. Dealers in Agricultural Implements, Seeds, &c. Deering Mowers and Rakes—Best in the World. Complete Catalogue of Agricultural Implements Free. Every Farmer Should Have It. Goods eft Cost for tlie Next 6O Days! For the next sixty days 1 will sell at cost Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, . Hosiery, sßoots, Shoes, Furnishing Goons, Tinware, Woodonware and Notions , -ffc- THIS IS A BONA-FIDE SALE! ~¥^ ' I am goin« to Chicago to bring back au immense new stock, therefore must uiuke ' room iv my store by selling all goods on hand at ACTUAL COST! : The jacket Store. Sff Christ JWiller. A SEATTLE ENTERPRISE. Continued from First Page. degree of cold iar below freezing. After expansion and having made the rounds of tlie rooms through ilie pipes, h is re turned to the pumps, re.-ondensed in the tanks and made ready for use Hgain. To charge the tanks and pipes requires be tween .foOOO and $4000 worth of ammon...

Publication Title: Ranche And Range
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