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   Centralia Chronicle Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 7, 1935, Centralia, Washington                             Por ill the Mem itt UM time read V'v THE DAILY CHRONICLE Delivered to dally (or ISc per by mall 25c per month. Phone 600, Centralia Centralia Chronicle Advertiser NUMBER 103 CONTAINS ONLY A PORTION OF THE NEWS AND ADVERTISING OF; THE CENTRALIA DAILY CHRONICI .F. CENTRALIA, WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 If Ki a Good Bargain you'l! find It In the "Advertiser" Was German Ace, Mow U. S. Flyer CECIL SOLLY y musfhajje beer, old ..seeds many made tins to me during the last few years that I want to correct the wrong impression that I am sure is firmly fixed in ma-iy good gar- deners' minds. Of.course, one seed firm might like to hi'ar you tell them that somebody else's seeds did not grow. The fact that seeds may be one, two, five, fen or twen- ty years old may nr.t make the slightest difference to their ability to give a high percentage of ger- mination. The truck farmers always insist, when purchasing lettuce seed, that it be more than one year old; that Is, not new seed. We have planted beans that were harvested more than twenty years before. When; I was with Carter's of London, we had seeds of both wheat and pens taken from the Egyptian tombs. These seeds were 2000 years old. I planted them myself and .produced a more than 90 per cent germination. All first class seed firms have special testing apparatus to as- sure themselves that seeds sent out by them will germinate higher than the standard set by our de- partment of agriculture. You can rest assured that the seeds will Brow if you buy them from one of the many reliable linns in this country. I have known so many failures from poor soil conditions, over-ab- At the height of the World War, IS years ago. Lieut. Max Mueller, Qcrniau pilot, was shot down behind Trench lines. Today as Cor- poral Mueller, D. S. Army, he is rated as one of the most efficient airplane repair men stationed at Hamilton Field, the Army's new- est base in the Redwood Empire section ot Northern California. of water or soggy soil, cold soil or failure to firm seeds into the ground. If yo'i have trou- ble with your seeds not coming up, I would like to tiy and help you figure the cause, so that we can prevent it next ytar. ON PLANT THE SAFE PRESCRIPTION STOKE N. Tower Market St. Free Delivery From Both Stores Recent years have brought forth a development, that of complete balanced plant food, which has contributed in no small way to gardening success. This product being so different from the varl- Zenilh Blue Blades for 29c Aspirin Tablets Bottle 100 49c I Palmolive Soap 4 I 7c FOR j Write a letter in the contest PInkham's Veg. I Cornp. Dr. West Tooth Paste 2 for 33c Pint Rubbing 29c FRIDAY and SATURDAY Waterhury Alarm Clock 98c Accurate time- keeper, with dc- Dtndable alarm 2 Rolls (300 Sheets) ScotKKchen Towels and Scot Towel Holder POPULAR REIViEDiES Sl.OO Ovaltine Psyllium Seed, white, lb.... Milk Magnesia, qt......... Shur-Lax Laxative, 18's Agar Agar, lb................... Beef, Iron and Wine, pt. 40c Castoria. Russian Mineral Oil, pt....... Sl.OO Yeast and Iron Chocolate Vitavose................ Hinkle Pills, 100's Fletcher Mouth Wash, pt. Camay Soap ....................3 for Tidy Deodorant lOc Lux Soap............... .4 for Odorono, large Vaseline Hair Tonic, large.... Almond Lotion, 6 oz............... 50c Hind's Almond L'Adonna Face Powder.......... Coty Face Powder 75c Fitch's Shampoo 35c Pond's Creams 40c Colgate Shaving; Cream Marshmallows, lb................... Pepsodeiit Tooth Paste J. J. Baby Powder.............. Listerine Antiseptic, 14 Dental Perborate, 5 oz........... Prophylactic Tooth Brush.... ScotTissue ......................3 rolls Witch Hazel, pint Rinso, Par Washing Powder, large 1 III. Velvet or Prince Albert 1 Ih. flranii'r 1 lb. I'lanor's I'rldn 1 lb. lidgrwoilh....... 1 Ih. Sir Waller Halrifl- f'li lOc Union leader for JM. Toburros 3 for K fir. Toburoos fur TM-KI-I KHs 25c Mavis Talc 25o Zinc' Oxide Ointment Man-o-War Brushless Shaving Cream MORE VALUES Monarch Fountain Syringe Kotex IVoiidersoft .-i.r a T.IMITF.n TIMK ONLY, wilh "V.T.v imr- a sliunl- aril .'f V.'iUiT Quurt Flit Motli Holler Skates Moth Sag for slnoan for Also J02 oilier cash awards! Ask us! Lewis county hns another new Grange, the John L. Arnold Grange in the Onalaska district. Officers have been selected as Master. C. M. VValhaupt; overseer, Henry Dawald. lecturer, Wilbur Stonex; secretary, James Carithers. The Grange will meet the first iincl third Saturdays of the month. O. C. Wlsner or Taeoma, state deputy, organized the r.ew Orange, which starts off with 22 members. The new Grange is named in honor of John L. Arnold, one of the oldest pioneers H the Ona- laska district, who becomes a charter member of the Grange. Laurence Arnold, has Riven the new Grange sufficient land about it mile from Onalaska, on the Walhaupt road, for u Orange hall, and work t'.ie hall will be started in the near fu- ture- WITHOUT A EN? PLAN DEMONSTRATION A Jersey herd classification demonstration by representatives of the American Jersey Cattle club will be held by Lewis County Jer- sey breeders on Monday, June 17. The demonstration will be held at the faim of James McCasli across the Chehalis river southwest from Centralia. This will be the main Jersey breeders gathering of the sum- mer. Old Barnyard Sunflower Has Dainty Relative flower.s produced in great sion. many of them with somely quilled and twisted petals, a'ter the .style ol (lie cactus :l.tli- j lia. Sown now in a .sunny spot. I hey! will .start bloomlna in July ;indj continue until Irost. 'llicy show a wide diversity nfj form and range truin creamy to rich gorgeous yellow.s. some with j striking bluck ci-nk-rs. These .sunl'lowers snould be sown where they ui'e tu reimiin and each plant .should be given two leH, 01 spaee. lliey like rich .soil and will prove a most attractive surprise to those not. familiar with them. j In the okl-fa.shloned liiiue barn- yard sunflower, there hus been n surprising change by the lion of red shades, the lluweis somewliat re-sembling a luiye lardla in coloring. While too coarse for small flower gardens tht-y arc picturesque as a background ur agalnst shrubbevy. Many handsome combinations in the flower garden are possible with the miniature sunflowers which grow from three to four feet lull, particularly in connection with the brilliant red zinnias and with the scarlet salvias. They germinate quickly and are excellent material for a late started garden. While. true to their name, they are at their best in full sun, they will Miniature Sunflowers Miniature sunflowers in a nuUti- tude of new varieties have been introduced in recent years and this race, all derived from the cucum- ber leaved sunflower, offers mag- nificent material for a tall grow- ing1 planting toward the back of the border and give fine cutting material. They are entirely lacking in the coarseness of Ue huge old- fashioned sunflowers that were fa- miliar and cheerful subjects in every barnyard, being slender and graceful in growth with small give fine bloom in half-shaded po- sitions and brighten up siic-li po- sitions beautifully. Half a day's sun will be Mifiirtcnt KI insure their They have lonjf stems which make them one of the valuabl" annuals lor cuttliiB. the bloom-. being gracefully poised. There are many excellent varieties, but mix- tures are usually most because of the wide variely of form Ihiil they give. AT CONVENTION If. ;i[ presi- dent or the Lcwls-Pacltic Dairy- men's association niul owner of (me of l lie llnesr purebred Ilul- herds in the PatilH- noith- wi'.sl, will IK" one of two repre- sentatives from Wii.'.hliHUon at the meeting in Si'iillle this week ul the National ilolsti ui-Prlesiau Association of America. The session to.iay and was expected to attract hur.dii'ds of HoMein breed- ers from all parts of the United States. An cxlia table, of the folding variety, in ihe kiichen of the home when; entertaining is dorw is a great convenience for hold- ing extra dishes or tofxl when there are many additional iillc.sts. A drop-leaf is hinged to :ho side of the wail, with sub- stantial movable braces fitted un- ;lernftith to hold it firmly when in use. Wlle-li not. in use the leaf is easily dropped and hardly no- ticeable, as if occupies but IHUe space against the side of the wail. A table of this kind .wives the problem of what to Jo with the many extra pieces of labh-ware 01- plates of salad, desseiis. etc., nec- essary to the servir.i' of many [H'ople. The co.sl of UillJing tht-i Is very little, but the ac- commodation Is Invaluable. Feed the Lawn ous miscellaneous materials for- merly used, attention should be given to the proper methods for using, in order that the full bene- fit may be derived. Manufacturers of plant food ordinarily supply with each package "complete instructions as to how it should be used. The first essential in the use of a complete plant food is to make an even distribution, otherwise, just as in the case of sowing the seed, you will have an uneven and spot- ted growth. Next keep in mind that the excessive use of plant food should be avoided. It is waste- ful and may result in. at least temporary injury from over-feed- ing. Many have found their best results come from frequent feeding of small quantities. Here arc a few points lo keep in mind. Never apply plant food when grass is wet. Do not put the product on the leaves or stalks of flowers or vege- tables, or In direct contact with seeds or the roots of plants. Where water is available sprin- kle the grass thoroughly after application is made. If water is not available run the back of a rake, doormat, or some- thing similar over the lawn to knock the plant food off the grass. This may also be done by sweep- ing with a broom. DANCE OWEN SWEETEN and his Orclu-.slra at tlic EVERGREEN Olympla-Tacnma Highway SAT., JUNE 8 Admission Ocnts 05o Ijullcs nsr, (Including Tax) Omlng: Kirr. June 22 SHOP and SAVE at ERASER'S GROCETERIA. 116 W. Main FREE DELIVERY Phone 24 COFFEE 1-LB. GLASS 28c >0-LB. O-LB. O GLASS ................OUr J TINS.................. CRISCO 3 lb. Tin SUGAR 57c 2 PACKAGES Post Toasties 2 PACKAGES Post Bran Flakes ALL FOR SWANSDOWN Package 26C VINEGAR Quart Bottles Heim P-Nut BUTTER Schoolboy Lb. 2Lb. Jar KRAUT JUICE Libby's No. 2 Tins 2 for PINEAPPLE Dole Half Slices 2 No. Tins ....L...... CERTO 45c Iff jj Tissue O Rolls ZDC Raisins 23c RITZ sf" 23c SOAP fen 29c GRAPE JUICE- 19c BISQUICK 29c BP 1UI Oven Baked Beans GL IVl Brown Bread Z Cans PEP 1! BOTTLES A Break! PENNEY'S Women's and Misses' Spring and Summer Coats and Suits OUR ENTIRE STOCK REPRICED Group I Our belter quality Dress few fur trimmed! Broken lots in diagonal wools, monotones, fine tweeds, swagger suits three-quarter and full-lengths in a variely of styles and fabrics. Sizes not complete. Group 2 Sport Dress Coats raglans. reefers, in the new tweeds, flecks, monolones, diagonal wools suits three- quarter and finger tip length, novelty woolens. Group 3 Quality in this of coats and suits is much greater than the price indicates. Sport coats and short jacket suits. Unlined Novelty Wool WHITE COATS FREE BARRED OF GROCER SAfURDAY Sizes 14 to 20! You can wear them any- where "voider the they're delightfully cool and smart! Fitted reefers! Swagger stylos with high necklines, yoked backs, r; Ian ripple weigl   

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