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DE LAVAL "ALPHA" CREAM SEPARATORS'^
t CREAMERY AND DAIRY MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES
P I "Wtiat; -tl-K3 1887 Wisconsin State Experiments Show!
jfsl^Tg^- That many " Alpha De Laval " machines in every-day use are skimming as wonderfully
■ i SP^ // close as .03; that the average is from .05 to .065; and that but one machine out of those per-
JMi^g. M* sonally tested by Prof. Farrington was leaving more that .1. .
fflMP'^fißt »44 /|\ That the "Reid-Danish " machines are leaving an average of three times as much fat in
HMfii®*' ££ffIMMjA the skim milk as the Alpha De Laval." .
'^■Sr I That the "U. S." machines are leaving an average of three times as much fat in the
PaliF skim milk as the "Alpha De Laval."
H ( T .-^ M3^ That the "Alexandra-Jumbo" machines are leaving an average of four times as much
/n% 5 fat in the skim milk as the "Alpha De Laval."
iHUa^S-^*^ That the " Sharpies Imperial Russian" machines are leaving an average of live times
iff^i^>^ 8P as much fat in the skim milk as the "Alpha De Laval."
That the " Sharpies Standard Russian " machines are leaving an average of eight times
.. -" as much fat in the skim milk as the Alpha De Laval."
""^^4^^ COLUmBIB IiriPLEIHENTIioT P. 0. Drawer 26. Portland, Ore.
HOP CLOTH, SULPHUR, KILN CLOTH,
HOP BAGS AND HOP SUPPLIES
OF ALL KINDS.
Contract them and be sure to have them when you need them.
Also just received 100,000 Grain Bags, guaranteed
to be new and first-class in every particular,
at six cents each.
COFFIN BROTHERS North Yakima, Wash.
At Kent the crop is heavy and if not damaged by con
tinuous rain will be extra choice.
At Puyallup the rain is doing much damage. W. A.
Spencer has only picked about 17 boxes of hops where he
had expected to pick nearly 100. He did not spray early
enough and the recent damp weather has caused them to
At Yakima the past week has been full of interest and
excitement to everybody who is .connected in any way with
the hop industry. The buyers have been "making hay"
as rapidly as possible by contracting hops first at 9 and
later on at 10 cents. They remain very firm at this figure
and the majority of growers who did not contract early
in the season are holding off for still better prices, and are
very strong in their belief that better prices are bound to
It was found that the 75 cent rate agreed upon by the
Yakima Hop Growers' Association was not sufficient to in
duce outside pickers to come into that valley, so last week
the price was raised to a dollar a box. This increase is
causing pickers to flock in from all over the state.
S. Schreiner has just completed a fine new hop house
26x26 feet. Mr. Schreiner has made a success of the hop
business even during the period of its greatest depression.
Hop market in New York unchanged. Quotations there
for Pacific Coast, 1896, choice, 10c; good to prime, 7/2 to
8]/ a c; common to fair, 5 to 7c; State and Pacific Coast, 1895,
3 to 4c. and old olds, 2 to 4c.
H. Klober, Balfour, Guthrie & Co.'s hop representative,
stated to a reporter of RANCHE AND RANGE Monday
that he had bought so far for his firm 1500 bales of hops
in Yakima Valley. Mr. Klober is fearful that if the rains
and cloudy, cool weather continue the hop crop of Western
Washington will be badly damaged. Already the output
has been lessened 10 per cent by lice and mould. He esti
mates that the raise in price of picking from 75 cents to
$1 per box will cost the growers of Yakima Valley at least
$25,000 additional. While this is hard on the growers it
makes money fly among the laborers.
"fin aril Vniir $mht " JTIISS P. WILZINSKI, Graduate Optician *m£j7l*m^
UUdIU IUUI JI&UU 705 Second Aye., near Cherry, Seattle. Consultation Free. afc J u 5 g3/ Via^*^,
RANCHE AND RANGE
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Pi HARDWARE and ail kinds of FARM k
Agency for WHEELER & WILSON
g and DOMESTIC Sewing Machines.
Call and see our line before purchasing.
YAKIMA AYE. - - NORTH YAKIMA, WASH. '2f
Hop Supplies and Grain Bags
We are headquarters for all kinds of farmers' supplies.
Standard Calcutta Hop Cloth,
24-inch, 44-oz., 8c per yard
Standard Calcutta Grain Bags,
6 1-4 C each delivered at North Yakinia or Ellensburg;.
Hoppor Cloth, Kiln Cloth, Hop Sacks, Sulphur, Spraying Material, Gro
ceries and general supplies, our specialty. Write for further terms and
prices. PACIFIC COAST SUPPLY ASS'N
41 First St., Portland, Ore.
BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO. mm tSS£ ulldln *
CRAIN DEALERS, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION
Importers of Ore Bags, Hop Cloths, Grain Bags, Twine, etc.
BALFOUR, GUTHRIE 4. CO., San Francisco, Portland and Tacoma.