Corona South Riverside Bee, August 4, 1887

Corona South Riverside Bee

August 04, 1887

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Publication name: Corona South Riverside Bee

Location: Corona, California

Pages available: 180

Years available: 1887 - 1895

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Corona South Riverside Bee (Newspaper) - August 4, 1887, Corona, California P-il r. ilf, SfiAifwO, for a ,vigili il .lui'^e î-i'^i «.fiÀinçDQlainon n/itto ìltigaflòn for ""..... iima^^KII ..idilli jnis l^jng;^ our d^r, mà few jreftw.'te. thei seat of extensive m^itfoòt^e». ' A splendid chance « î-î'r , . , , lïJOLil'iingaire» for SaaV «niiAgeleiiltarlyto to Bnminate "oa. A^MSAV »BAD BEFOBE TUE L08 AN-ëlStÎÇ.O^I^Y POMOI^ 80CI-|!Tlr;i At'»BÀNQE, JUI/Y 7, BY H«'KDSOlf SMITH, SANTA ATTA. »Stesici-« itii» «Vi il ' I f. § „ '» p iS M8 si» «t'S'^îW^^ Jfîî» -./viv: C*" 'ìi llv - . - - ' ' 'V "li''?? ________srfp^C èfo., an^ capital; vatatagea offet^ijiere ^yinginveQ^É.^' ìeifleml^ mM 'Î8 ïior Mt^posedof foteigaeiaj bui of an thrifty and cultured icte^ ^ l^ple wh(> f<^ vartòud rea« «ma h'a^ €pmeto ÌhÌBnew£)Ìdor< t^'iiere hjare; unit^dpheart dm esfabHshinVa ;they coni ^ Wtbè-Jiiglit tinéà'and iti . spirit ^eîr trerk wilt sl^; acbool fadilitie^ aH^ chur-tdi^ lifç^-tMr fin^ care and these. l^^^vpròvided for^ Bfr, Preaideiit uid Membm of the Los An geles Cd; fiinablogical Ilia^ '^tt aske^io present to jon OA fiita oc<;asion aome of^ my ideas ik ifi^^ow to maketen acres aupport a family.'' To those' who havenonl^li^ia large grain^grow ipg an^' i^(o|^raiaing. regions^ the idea,9f,inj^i^nga'£ainily on tea oKOi absurd.. But][ » large ....... comfo^* I their support ,bj ^rd" Itiil^ ' economic ^habits ten acres in almost htó or lM Wo^î^ùrae i£the land is npw, date; and thejn-'.^Igftknily' healthily gtbw ibeen «rei withK vines: with a^ Mght _______, „ ': ifadapted to yoixf place, pl'antj^ row of spft shells on ail sidea Of your rai^^ 35 feet apart, as aetix tb\; ed^e as you desire having a fruiting tree,although I prefer the pepper tree for a windbreak. If the walnut is not adapted to your locality the fig will be, and may be jsubetituted for the nut tree, putting them osdy 25 or 30 feet apart. Plant Ihe "White Adriatic*' or Brown Smyrna. In one corner of your ranch als& put one or two acres of walnuts or Qgs, putting the nut trees 40 feet apart and th^ fig trees 30 feet. As the alfalfa wifi be a little slow in getting a Stert, it will be the best the fin?t'|«aiir to sOiir the spaces between hut i^nd fig tree^ barley, so jroU Will have ^ early feed for ^ft h^se an^ qqw. One good horse aft^ your grQUB^4 Ui fitted tp} plant« Anjd the team for this ¿¿Ipdi^jip^ llp^ii^'tines.^ (Bj^ei^ Cla^^ faypnte, and W^t^ilfel^ orange, lemon ind ever be in good demand, and with these to se-acres in almost fi^^^^j^^st any ten acres in W WW'^H^f'wa^ l^e Vhlfey may be made to yield a !hand$ome income,8ay one thousand d^Ila^ a year, ne^ aJOMi.«eking in--to Ml beiairiEng,and this is much more than thé farms of the Ut^d states average;^ ' But while these trees and vines are coming into full bearing, the family must in some way^l^" <Jlotb|d and fed. To do^ ....... ■this suqceMfully,put the ground be» filimted, cultiH^ ' '^.witi^iwwflt of t^,into .^tivation. plowed it, and planted walnut ttm " • ^ 40 feet apart, and sowed bailsjyj 7 > The second winter I planted pear and prune trees between the nut trees, and potatoes between these; and last winter I put raapbenSes and blackberries between the trees on this acre. To rdum to the first year. By June alfalfa was ready to cut, and was cut three times more during the first year. The eecond year I out it eight times, irrigating .after each cutting.. Besides the imilk, cream and butter ;ubgÌ[-in . the family from the one'Cow, we sold $75 worth of butter the firdt year. The sales from peanuts, potatoesj butter, cgge, peas, beans, tomatoes and other vegetables amounted to several hundred dollars, while tìie cash outlay^or subsistence du^g the same mme was only $66.06; being larger for meat, flour, sugar, and l^sh fruit poi canning. The <mly firuit we had the first year of oujr ji^aising was blackberries.. But after that our place yielded us berries, peaches, grapes, " gUavas, orange, and dwarf pears. But if you raise your own potatoes, Iriehi and sweet, early and late, peas, cabbage, beans, tomatoes, squash, and minor vegetables, together with milk, cream, butter and eggs, you need buy little in the line of j[>ro-wisionB «xcepfii® ^iSanr ;a&d «weet, . either sugar or honey, the làttee being the more healthful. Thia style of farming will neo^t^^ constant watchfu^esB to alt the ground tó kept d«' ' ' ^ b^t, ' Seelh^ crbi^^j^ here -r s 'AiMla' r. 'óiir ^^matérîat'from-^ ' Véral b?ick if^y compie^ h .i>f « 7,pver aoo," Mhi: I ands \ V --^^ iMm ausjaoeQ that lï -teç^«!! been awAf WW «min m m ciftìùt Wliinj jBhoïti wmi^ ^ mtóti^^ soared if cÂme 'Mk-f-'-y- _ wàiÎ^jitjbÎiis^ nelj^bpnng rabjohea a vfnd: ,ad{jaoent irA wiiÎgiWe^n^y ote.àakea^a great l?ati«bcistto.jplant4 ' has now bèôn ¿o; seitlad tjiàt un alii m Lthanonoprofitablè ^il^^wm I would not ^tfeg «ire than five or ^l^frtón^ofilrultmheè» Ut t^n -icres ; beoatiso i liabla^to have their Jdiffefiwiiy wp. Id.foil fgr twA con-' ^efeffiil^^ghtttl ^nite straighteiifld-oiri ,,îHavinj[ mm toiis/ melons^' _ pVopercare it ^oil^Jtnd «AU. ìl'. JuOf, theiéejare those who test beWt/l^^' ti^lr , W But l;thii^it w»i b< close aac'amìhàtlon' thaVj tettfera arer'cloa^/ raL ' :«>b!f «coandt£i0 There toe vl^aityofil« Tom prp4«p per rotràon of ciro|»,' samotimeiglyoHtllo vatiqn, im^ iietj» tie,mors Wine cròaiMLin ferttUty^ will do better in iwàr/ who object to planttog trees. Of course ca^ kah to plaint nothinr struct the light a|id & îTo.mustraiÉe: ig out ' i' plimtcà, and in the faj îcâtp, l otjEflaAtli^ia tho aura.« ^ -A good, i^y^k^ bona .will prove a ooiuitaiit wm^of income. Bei^ i^malli and'gnd^. . ...... V your, ibw ^¡il food; in'rWithpWp« jriâdtlMi^rgètlpfO^O!^; V tiJlh'ava bMD indi iteÌQr< a^lhooìufj^i»^. *6aaea. -- ' aiàir .<êhara foli beaàftth, : iSi»^« àvaiagéellima«! ^ • jpwfi llMi II ai* T-V-V^ J-i-V.i ;