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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 12, 1890, Centralia, WashingtonCent1ulia, ims county Washington thursday june 12.1890. To. 50. Amount of Grid us Eliut can be sown in n sheep lire All in Good order and Hie clip a new York paper recently Fuji Liehe a statement that assistant i postmaster general Clarkson is not on Good terms with the president and hint one Bond of feeling which binds him to the Pacific coast is a similar feeling on the part of representative Wilson of Washington. The paper makes an attempt to show thut the visit of Clarkson to washing ton is at the chairman Quay who is sowing seeds will Bear fruit averaged us pounds to the fleece. Dur us the hard Winter just past he did not in single head and the reason is that his flocks were attended to and kept in Guod order. His Mutton sheep were always ready for Market. There is but one expression among the Farmers regarding the crop prospects of the big Bend the present year and that is that Douglas county will Success fully compete with any against the president facts in in by cases. In this Strain Wilson promised it is wide of Hie the article con congressman that general Clarkson will be Given the biggest ovation in the state of washing ton of any Man that has Ever visited in. It will be an ovation lasting from the time of his arrival to the time of his departure and extending from one end of the state to the other. Clarkson left Here june 2 for the Pacific coast. Sena tora Squire and Allen have promised to assist congressman Wilsoa in arousing their constituents to giving the assist ant postmaster general a grand Send Oll. This is very Gratifying to Quay who has thanked Wilson for what he has representative. Wilson was keen am that the Story that Clarkson s to Washington was of political significance was untrue. "1 never spoke to Quay in my he said Ami As for any War on the president. I know o none and if 1 wanted to make one. 1 fail to see hew i could do it by inducing Clarkson to go into my slate. Clarkson if i understand it is very solid with the of her older Sisters for the Banner As the leading a county of the state. The Timothy crop Days the Cheney Enterprise while not in keeping with first expectations on account of the Lale heavy Rains will undoubtedly be the largest Harvest in this Section for years and in consequence the Price of Hay May be far below what it is at present. Grain has made a wonderful growth this season says the Davenport times. John Logan informs us that in a Field near Hie place wheat drilled in sprouted Over in Inch in four Days from the time it was planted. Hops Are growing very rapidly and Day Whit is a great saving of Lime Grain May be fed liberally to cows when they Are in full flow of milk but if the cows be drying off previous to calving it is bettor to withhold All Grain if the animals be in Good condition in order to avoid milk fever calving time. Plenty of grass is sufficient for dry cows Grain being unnecessary. By keeping the surface of the soil Loose the loss of moisture by capillary attraction and evaporation will be partially avoided. A Loose soil if Only an Inch in depth serves As a mulch or covering Over the surface of the ground thus protecting the roots and assisting to retain the moisture below every Farmer is doubtless aware of the fact that a sheep must be fat to i 1 _ make the Best Mutton but few conceive Homes 110 longer go to Call _ i fornia to Nebraska or a ceitr1lia. The attention of the Public has for a year past in a Large degree been Given to the advantages and solid attractions Centralia and Lewis county offer to the intending settler. The Large immigration that is now setting in with the and vent of Spring will nearly All Washington looking for the largest and finest Stock be to Western the idea that a properly and Well fed sheep produces More and belter Wool than one poorly fed and cared for. Wool is a product from feeding just the same As fat or flesh and the Flot a should Kota. Of the thousands who ire coming to Western Wash be managed with a View to Wool growth and that of line Quality. The for Washington indians. Following appropriations Many of the vines have already reached the tops of the poles. The weather has so far been very favourable for the grow in crops and Llie prospects Are Bright for an unusually heavy yield. County Washington on the North Side Puyallup to carry out the of the River report that the people of treaty stipulations in the Ivay of cloth in ton the greater number naturally visit puget sound. It is one of the most Cauti Inland seas of the world we Ilie Loii owing a. I i been made for the indians in washing-1 lout the Farmer the business Mauries at Man of moderate Means will in by ing a location along its shores nil Mill Lre Luy Pupula oils 1u Lilc l i 1j t 1 in. That locality Are Suft Cring from a plague Vingi rations and annuities Colic Bias j Lutc agricultural Lanu is j of crickets. The country is literally i Cluj Colville no Homiski a j j scarce and ill s0111c Coull tics i alive with the insects and will do con tribes a Valv Walla j Tinl a cause and Amati this Aull Ubl j i Den lab an Ini Portuni to Kiili Kilnk. The crop prospects for the Willamette Valley were never better than to Day. The stable bos Many advantages fur the cow but there Are three essential Condi-1 we invite this Large class to Lewis county where Agricula i i one of the finest in land is More plentiful cow but there Are three essential Condi-1 Gar Lia is the new two Etory Brick Block just j in inv county of i Lions that in must be provided with Lite. Am in caring completion at the Corner of j i mate it of use says a writer in the 1 Rac-1 third and Tower says it must be kept clean. Tical Farmer. Acct and thoroughly ventilated. Out them the stable is about Ali place in which a cow can be kept Over night during hot weather. A , from the has been in delivered and Sorth Tower Avenue j Western Washington. There which is boing erected by col. George i arc tributary to Centralia. and or Frank h. Miller. Sqq Sqq is of Rich Bottom i the building has 120 feet frontage upon t Loo f to i Tower Avenue and is go feet deep. J lands suitable for agn culture i Dunt the milk and the will be shipped lie Al purposes. The pric Spaid cow. The advantages derived from a to Yam Over and converted into Good stable Are Many. It Prou cos the j few the band Mon lined being their their Loi ses in the Rig Bend Dur Winter were not so heavy As an oregonian. Kikune Falls review tells of a cows from storms and insects Ami keeps with the opening of Spring the needs of the cow require special study if Good milkers and g in. Are farm products Are very of f. H. Miller co. It is hinted on no higher than in the East the Street that the South ing the the up f Twenty six passing system. It is Well Ibro ngh that City from Sprague in route j if it is kept j to the Easl. All of the cars were loaded j Rijk sired. Their diet if changed Ami their whole Mode of living which will Imler special train ally react hair system. To have a stable for them it in. Clean Sweet and Well ventilated but it big fat sheep and the loud noise is much better to have the stable open made by them As the train stood at the . If they Are i station caused finite a crowd to Congre by shut up in the stable Over night they a review reporter saw or. Gor Nusl be milked very Early or they will Dan win. Had charge of the sheep and be deprived of the Early morning Hite was informed by him that the sheep when the grass if and Sweet. If t to were in extra Tine condition so far stable opens on the Ticu the cows Ean Given him or his assistants no Dilli a Nail themselves fit or not hiring continuing he said the entire night. Cows a Rule do not f utter is head and this ship j a Liuch from exposure during warm of j turned professional. Calios. A. G. Smith. M Smith a Porter. Dvrs Homol paths Ami imimiiii.-. Lime Sci ill Muikku f tilth a. Attorney at Law ruimilir., unit n. I. And Lewis county farms yield a better profit on the invest me no than an Eastern farm of equal value. J the Home Market demand i the cause of the High Price of products has steadily j increased in the past and i i seems destined to increase More rapidly in the future. I while i Jing land than the More farm sound Sec weather and they would Only go into wildly. Who has just returned the stables when they wanted res or 6ays seek Protection hmm the storms or in-1 pros 6? sects. A night pasture is a thing for the air is Sweet then ind the pm of will crop a Little grass Early and late. 1 do not advocate the plan of shutting cows up in the stables or e stables Forth Mollii Irjud it beats All. Such crops such prospects Why Don t you move there and when we told him that Walla walk k suited us Well enough he said that " to too but the a Troal Malouse countr this att a notary 1t1u.1c. Ionin Iii now Bank. Not be shut lip there except during attorney at Ion. The Timber land Aboul i Centralia is As dense and Val a table As any in the United states. It is As yet almost j untouched although seven j saw Mills Are now located at Centralia. The longest log Ging Road from any of these Mills is Only two Miles while beyond this the unbroken that not one in ten is i i Down in Over night. A right the animals get Muddy and filthy which will be smear them for weeks in a less cleaned carefully. They will Wal j Low in the dirt no matter How much pains Are taken to keep them from it. J the air of the barnyard is not very cows ,0 i tween the and in h if it Rains Over a. that Nur hard on All the. Farmers and Stock men. He lost nil per cent of his Stock and he was Well fixed As far As feed was concerned but his cattle froze to death for want of Heltor. When he left thre weeks the Snow was going Ott but . Notary 1 a bloc. Francis a la Fox. Sweet for the cows to breathe Ami Indi-1 everything acct la it All i their health and milk thought however the present year be a prosperous one and the Cade Miles away i though a few years ago the 1 smallest Cut Rabia is now the largest town of Lewis county j i inc oldest settled county of in the election of i Ann Imper. U Mic a no for their Protection they soon would pull through become As filthy Ami water re quell and butter. If Sheds Are provided in the .1. No Farmer can afford to neglect the j j Betus under them after storms. The j cultivation crops. H pays 1 barn Yard is a useless thing in the o Early in the season to do the mar time. It. Is much better to have a and to cultivate often. Stable Adint Niue the Field l will cause the plants to into which the cows can go at will. It hasten the maturity is a comparatively easy matter to Rop and result in a marked in the stable clean Sweet and we d Venti the yield. It will also destroy i in cd. Milking cows thrive inn Detully weeds and thus tend to get the land i under Fitch treatment and no taint will in Pood condition for sowing when the be communicated to their milk from j ,.lvp been removed. J their sail Cal Way of the i the county Centralia cast 173 Imore Voles than Chehalis the county seat and for years the chief town of this Section. Centralia s share of the school 11 ill i Luha 1131 notes. The 000110mical i articular arli 1 from the shearing of three Hocks of sheep at spragne pounds if Wool was secured. Montana men Are buying sheep in that Vicinity in Large numbers. Seventy four thousand head j were sold there on the l flt i to Eastern men. J. A Bull showed the Appeal Piilo a Freak last week. It consisted of a Chick in with tour legs. The second pair of legs were fastened to the breast Bone and All four legs were perfectly formed. Had not the Mother Hen stepped on this Freak and killed it it might have been alive. Or. Bull will preserve the Freak assist in the digestion of others. There Are vowing rations which Are Best for growing stuck and there Are rations which promote fat More than others should have an object in uld feed in a manner to obtain it Al the least Cost. Stable Yard manure is considered by Many to be a Complete manure and asap All seeds so far As lies and will possibly present smithsonian poll. The Pendleton Tribune Learna that or. Nevls the Rcv known sheep Man of i Vililla c Only will Lake his Large band of sheep to the mountains in n Tuv Dilys. Or. Nevis Stales hint his them1.shasta Kolte grand Scenic route finc indispensable pm Pirden Pillman Buffet sleepers ing but it has been demonstrated that manure and comme irial fertilizers has and docs invariably produce the Best earliest and consequently the most Val thu old in sow by kills of which Hohto Are Sev eral excellent makes. The of regularity of Ileth even Dis trillion and saving of seed Aro matters of great importance to nothing Ollie apportionment based on the number of school children is much larger than that of any j other town in the county. Al conservative estimate places her present population Ati i i the cause of this rapid in a crease lies i Centralia s Cen i trial location As the key to the j Grav s Harbor country at j i the head if the Chehalis Val Ulcy Midway Between Vii get i sound and the Columbia As shown by the map heading j this page1. Much is also due to the men who have put in j the Many Shingle and i planing Mills Brick Yards and to the pushing men Jav vow Umfer business who advertise in inn Cui Iovu and ii. . I them. Pacific coast. S titling Ali Hiki is to nil Lonion. U a Sun of Ever shown in Centralia. We Are As th0y were bought in Boston the seat the enabled to sell them at a lower figure than any other House in the in West. We do not ask you to take our word for this but come and see for yourselves. We also carry the largest Stock of groceries provisions clothing hats and Caps furnishing goods Etc. Guarantee Eveet article As 9 main and Tower ave. Wash Muffi improvement company s second and third additions. Now on Sale by l. H Jato they

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