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   Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 15, 1889, Centralia, Washington                             VOL. 1. "CENTRALIA. LEWIS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, AUGUST NO. 5. PTtOF-BSSIONAL, J'-EIV Mr. Foote an able assistant. The only thing to do now is to keep up 'he interest of the boys in the work of the department. Perhaps races and contests of various hinds would be a good feature. A great many of the firemen's tournaments and hose races are merely Humbling afl'airs ami have little connection with the real work of a department, But there is little danger of this in Centralia. Firemen's fains arc also a cood thine or could lie made BO great. And their only regret is Hint they had not planted their young orchard sooner. "Nurserymen are taking large orders for trees to be delivered this fall for planting. One thing of great interest must not be overlooked in this ariicle, which is the fact that the iicrierymon of thifi territory and Oregon, having anticipated that there would be a great demand for frail trees, have labored hard and have succeeded in producing QKO. E. RHODES, ATT'Y-AT-LAW NOTAKY PUBLIC. Offluc on West Front Street, lulioliiiiigncw uimk, CL-ntmlia, of n of Hie Features of Cell trill iu'fi I'rospL.rl'y. Not a day passes tluit we do not receive one or more letters for iiiformiilion inrpgiml to Cenlralia and Lewis county. Sonic of these ask only for general information, which can be more readily given in printed form. Centralia lies in the upper portion of the beautiful Chehalis valley, which falls liv nn eiiKv aradc to the Pacitic, Tir T. CUKRY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cciitniliu, Washington. Office ncurN. r. United Slates will continue in force for live ycnre to come. The welfare of the islands depend mainly upon the con- tinuance of this treaty. When the islands were discovered, the population 0. G. KITH.. T. a IIBISE. KS. HEINE, ciENTKAUA, WASH. Office over Wiiircl'u Driif; Store. D ut Grays Harbor, sixty miles distant. j by good managers. Ceutralia is situated on the Northern The question of water supply is still r Faiclic r.iihvay'51 miles fre-m the city burning one and has evoked general dis- was it has dwindled lo The Chicago Inter Ocean has been gathering some interesting statistics about the four new states. It I'mds that the lead industries of the four new states await only a favorable decision ALSO LOTS iN WASHINGTON'S ADDITION. of'the'secretary of the treasury to J. F. DAVIS, ".V.-.SIIINGTON CENTRAL! A, assume lirst jiositiou in the world.! _________________ _____________________________________...... home. TTOYII, enough to supply (be assume nrst position in me HOMO. __________ pWnt need and demand, so that there Nearly in agricultural pro-: no excuse, for sendir.2 off to eastern j duels are yearly contributed to IT J. MILLER, NOTABY J'TJBLIC. Office on North Ttnvur iivcnue. TOIIN A. TAYLOR, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE NOTABY PUBLIC. OPHce on Tower Avc., south of Milin St. raicfict-.iil-.vay: 51 miks from the city burning one and has evoked general rt.s- is no excuse. lor se.mmg j of Taooumon the north, and DO miles I cussiorTamonir our business men. The nurseries to get fruit trees. The fruit o, 11 e n.it.on h> ion st..l from the citv of Portland, which lies al-1 reservoir svstem, the Ilollv system and i tree grown here is Die one to plant. T hey contribtue a j to ,e most direcll'v southward. It is located other plans, all have friends and i Our nurserymen grow the standard silver and gold product o. the half way between Puget sound and the 1 advocates. Probablv the reservoir sys- j varieties of the various fruit trees thai amf Columbia river, in the center of the I ten, is on the whole the best, but either i do best in this climate, and the man ae .0.1. o ihe U o finest farming country in Western is too expensive forns until the new con- that goes aud buys the new varieties j .....i in WIlll-ll .IIII..L -u n I AN11KUM LAXDKUM OT'YS-AT-LAW and BEAL ESTATE AGENTS. CKNTHAUA, WASH. Ofliec nciir dt'jHit. JAMES MINKLER, PHYSICIAN AND SCKGEON, OfiiL-t.- ill MinUIcr's hlui'k, Soutii Tower :ivc. Washington. The town was laid out in 1872, by George Washington, who is still a w C________ Ccnterville in the territory the postoflice was named Centralia. stitution takes eli'ect and the city is given some authority to raise money. The town was laid out in 1S7-', by given some authority to raise inonev. laiim-e, 101- i f 1 George Washington, who is still a In the meantime we'will be compelled i and agricultural paper have in nearly j jLI a wealthy resident. The town was mimed j to do simply the best possible under the j every issue some new variety of apple or j JC 10 'x Ccnterville, but there being another i present circ'umslaiices. plum, yet there is not more than one ivc ami Omjwgiibor... James 13ros. Co. i There should, however, be no let up in I variety in all that are published for till the agitation for a suitable system of It was not until December, 1BSS, that i Let any one who has a period of len years that has such merit as lo entitle it to be listed as a standard fruit for market. The Washington Hor- ticultural sodcly have selected u-list of Talnnuje will talk at Seattle. Ground wag broken Friday for a new tour-story hotel at liileusburg. Margaret Mather played a three-night the town began lo grow rapidly. It had suitable system to advocate, or one that at that lime'a population of 700, which he practical or feasible, give ticultural society have selected u usi 01 luauu.-, in seven mouths has been increased lo! his views to the public through the thestandard friiij-ot this country thai do engagement at Portland this week. V'OO inhabitants. I Ciiiioxic-Ln. It is the most important I well in ibis territory, and reoou.e.ndcd j The department of the interior issueil Half a mile from Centralia at the subject we have to talk. Now is the I that they be planted to the exclusion of is.noo paten's lor lands in the junction of the rivers, lies the boiiudary time to air one's views and not kick others. past year, 1. _ r .1 j i .__.......L___ j r, i to nil lu to 1'ilrlut tl-.C-SC rn... i i..........n! r__ of the rivers, lies the boundary time lo air one's views and not kick others. past year, HL-SSKLL, M. ii. of the heaviest body of inland timber in at wliiitever system the city adopts, after My advice to all is to plant Uic.sc TWO freight trains collided in a fog al (irmiiuur or Trinity niiWin. ijiic j the United Stales, certainly at least the it is adopted." standard varieties, for their quality j damage was heaviest limber west of the Cascade If you believe in pumping the water j known at home and on the markets ;lonu liiMMsi-snl I'lul- I mountains, mil of the river by pmnpim; cuL-iiies or abroad.. j p himself in [rout of nml lir nrc lhc by water so and give your i I have met lately quite a number 01 trcin i nf I't'-irii'itl tllllVn'l' ill tilt ______ t fi'nil U'llO lillVC ''I i -HAVE LATELY ATJDEll A----- Of -----TO THEIK- (3 iv .inci prices. Beta also a fiae assort- CROCKERY, ts.   the m-ces.-ity couuieraeting thi, i aucr they have svi the trees. a shori time. j T.NI-JJI-I-. the aeix- year, Oralc four or iive v.-ays i, v i-i-'e- winied M I.AUHKU. !ini, i v..is Failures of crops an- utterly j .ini, v ]w U1 t! V. unknown in lhi. section. Men who (.iimm.v ;-.t the 1, Ilon' of laud and IS! acres hi, c-.d ,f veai-s the trees :.d die or -li' have never sexm anything but good crops. ]n lhJH w.ly kill iiie uuit. or the hv alter M-asou. aer, s of lan.i a. a bu: this sn.l r, ,1 wi oilier evils ,ix ,011, hay is the ,vith it pmi ,v., :1R. me rai.ioad h as le, a con- Satisiaetion Guaranteed average yield. The hay sells for from ru-tliug for in the fruit L-U-M ing i ni'MMINi; ami tlicrc wa  CONV-KCTlONKliY. farmer has the best to tho Columbia J -oc, hy ,he ,n n u, ;1 Stales. Wheat sells at per await their elievts.' C bushel, oats !iO cents, cags cents per w 'V'-ll'v cents a THE -.T. WI-M rrNTIlAl.lA. on. Thedi-uiaud for farm is (i in ,uv u-ho -r. i. 4 T> ROSS to ten miles from ol.iained bv the do- '.'f laud. Miilahlc tor i nau acre. CU-.l-.vd Nittom laud, Mlllilble lor I .icWt'lry. .hop culture, ,eils from to per! i Tin-l-.oj. in.'msti-y is 'oeeoiuing a lead- business of this soctioii. The h, The West Coast has lot a con-; miles of the right-of-way south from the I't-uish boundary. The salaries of tlie eiirhur.i. to while the salaries ,-i the nine prc.-idemial in ior. territory to flS.100. The On-ida c, lory xtoi.a. Yakimo the orii J-liv Aveiiuo, Gpp. Post Oi'iiro. .iO y NC A Sl'KCIAl.TY. Centralia, NO lI The bop grower, oi_ tbo enmity have an WaSll. of iheirowu aud are tj. yearlv to the territory devoted to i hop culture. There are no Chinese in Ceutralia. I: Farmers c! :.a in eomenii-Uuii-ii t-r tiie piiri---v uniil ilio manor of kfs wa, taxeu up w.-.lv.-to lo take lv. i has been found thai as surely as good .ldil.lo u !iv Uenrv Hit- ,'i "i moiiov is driven out by bad. just so ,-ei-i ,h stated that u the bridge wou.d I no oap.uil ItaiuiMhe self-respecting white laborer {''I; be >-y a Uent. l.ydeu. tivu, l-on driven out liv the Chinese. Cenlralia m. i to oi l ami ,-e.u. HuiklinS MnterinVsharos will, Tacoma the distinction ...is allowing no Chinese to remain wiUnn i J, n M. -w ,p wouV, at ouco pna.e tno lia.l he..d ,1 l.a.vC I Uihalan, M.I ,Iu I her boundaries. ii.ent" on a hue and ai.iv.iu, a MUvnmen.ietit ,o trail. Centralia 1m-; the best water power lo fniil in H. nl Italin .-1. L. .'II lt IN Groocl driving- aiia eactcile horses. Corner SASH, Ave. and. Pine Street. CSNTEALIA, WASH. 1 iM I lit1 I III i I L II' lUT I L II l l -i I.1MIC. found in Wostoru Wi.sliii.glon aud :ll s lius is go M t. I he best location for paper mills, i... r'''n v. nl L-. Ll.Mt1.. llv- t mav lee: ,o i ;u CKMKNT. oilers the best location for paper mills, Hero i-wb-it V' i woolen mills, hub and spoke iacloncs, f-r a as mtne.. rhc lumb, v i i Vi i; Kish aud dixu- factories, and all in.lns- who -L-O m-ia-ml-ar i-had in leaciioi.: i almo.-i ie, I trios requiring or cheap water '.nd.a. Wo gl.id ,.-e ;ho --ard N ated that her I power or bard or soft woods. as I.. hal can -r- o, uuclit We have already two and door in in lva p-.uo. m .omo piaco- "voiag-.i-g l-..-. factories, aud a cedar pail aud tub iac-' (on. ;nu, l'' :1L'! ,o per aero W.h the im- lory. There is also plenty of room the 1 Lewis Couiny s laciliivs 1 lor oouvo, i more sawmills. i. a great plcasure'to this tut- lumbor. ,t I Ccntraliil ia tho coming business con-1 havo become in the Mil-i an K 1 Ier of Woftcru Washington. Wholesale i About twouly -ugar w'l! b, ma-lo ui'. u tlu> laud jobbing ooiicoriiH will ucc.-ssai-ily public have nol w iluesM-d Ibis put in in lhi, yo.ir to t-lo-, -baivo year Kev. Mr. Fi-ankli-i r come here. It will be tho best and Mil- lm- usual xliibili.-n of tho ;-i the season's or..p. mo u.-w l-r losl locality on tins coast for thoiiivosl-: oivoio 1 a; Atiioa M, licii.o 1 Ho m ST. JOHN" HKOS, painte Slllltll 'l.V.VIT CV'.XTltALIA, WASHINHTOS. ir i v _vv, iiniiis and oilioi- prodnols of tho -.oil 1-oiug oivoto 1 a; Atiioa M, licii.o Ho m I which luivo been held in thi, city City. No- City, :u: aud no one ba, Swucs, jod p The Centralia lire dcpartmi'iit is (jet- Vi ;ii nv i in u ui M i HIU- e Centralia lire department ia got- turai yel ilio pr.nr- The in Mis. Kr.iul.ln-. has a ling on its feet ii.iw-ii-iln.VK in very rcss of boi-liculliire in thi, lorrilory waf will be I-.M.OIU I'u- iiva, I l.ma. Malm.- ili.-.l Hood rhapo. The council did u wise never move actac, aud iucivasingly known. Clam had 1, on ou board a y ---i' thing when it put Mr. Wood lit the head I as id lime. These who Lave j Ibc Ml and i.iUou 1 th.il >li. I o( lilli i-iHiiu-il'H committee on depart- orchards in hearing have lhat what is needed (or home v.ill bo w a- ,-v ,-r in y, mmtni-s. they can tell all they nl the or- -hipped lo this coMllliy. ti-oat> i-.vaeloeo m A-tona Mr Mend will bo nu clHcici-l i-biir.l. ur tin- d.-man, I wld-h i' i   

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