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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 19, 1890, Centralia, WashingtonVol. 1. Centka1ia, Lewis county Washington thursday june 19.1890 so 51. Timber lands for Kurult. There Are now opportunities offered in this puget bound Region to agriculturists and Orchard its for making Money and at the same time building Homes. That Are idiot often presented to men in these latter times. True these lands Are generally timbered but once under cultivation their value in beyond the Range of mental calculation. The Creek Bottoms and the tide lands Are wot but with reclamation they Bear Bikeh Grain and Root crops that the Man who should Tell the truth and the whole truth about them in other states would inevitably sacrifice his reputation for the timbered Uplands Are not generally Fertile much of that lying along the sound country being Sandy and gravely but they All or nearly All will produce fruits. The value of the Low lands appreciated at their True Worth hut the timbered lands Are generally under estimated. Thone on this upper coast who like Tho writer have had some experience in fruit raising know that Gravelly or Handy oils or lauds with Clay Loam or gravel substratum which have a thru drainage possess the Best condition possible for horticulture. On such soils fruit Trees and shrubbery Send their Roott Down for moisture and in this moist climate they mature perfect crops with out irrigation if they Are properly cultivated. Tlicj1 must be cultivated though just As you would an onion bed in order to get satisfactory results. In califor Nia s Routhy regions where water can not be got vast fruit farms Are pm meet mid cultivated weekly during grow Iny season and the tilth is so Fine that the moisture in kept close to the surface with out a drop of ruin. In the Willamett Ralley the soil is usually a heavy Cla Loam and is generally underpaid by Tough and almost impervious Clay which Dulcea it is High and rolling has to be thoroughly under drained to produce the Best results but if not drained the Trees brow scrubby and soon become diseased. Those who will now Clear up these High broken Timber lands and Plant Orchards and Small fruits will in a few years reap Rich harvests of wealth. While it would not bring such sudden results As dealing in town lots yet its profits would be More put and its results More along the lines of permanent investment and human de Townsend Leader. a mall Krinn. The Tiller of the Small Arm reaps the big Harvest. His Are the finest Quality of hops the most luscious richly Flavoured fruits and the vegetables that arc always Ess poor inferior fruits on our Market ande. Tie Cost of getting Trees of Bushes of Ood growth is a Little More than the rices paid for poor ones hut no better Ulli vation will be demanded for the ormer than for the latter to reproduce he same amount of fruit. In fact Lees Vork will be demanded. The Best Trees f the Best sorts should then be selected or a Young Orchard because it in a Clear saving in the end. The second great Mccrel is to Plant them upon the right Oil. Then cultivation and proper Plant Bod follow logically. Taking the average kinds of fruit Trees and a mixture of ical and ashes a the Best general com Ost. These usually contain All the essential elements lacking in the soil and hey supplement it in the most approved Nai Iner. 1 eat swamps Are very numer our All Over the country and the Black decayed vegetable matter should Becar ried to every Young Orchard. When his peat is first taken from its bed it is to saturated with acid that it is Almos worthless As a manure but when mixed with ashes it becomes nearly equal to cow manure and far More beneficial to the fruit Trees because the compost contains not Only vegetable manure by Lime Potash and phosphates. Orchard that is planted this Spring would be improved by a top dressing of Iii manure and then each tree treated with a special application. On of Orchards it also shows its effects Almos immediately but not so effectively a on Young cultivator. A Iii notes. The following receipt has been Trie by a Puyallup lady who says fhe a eggs that were preserved by it fou years. They Are still Good. Take on Pound of unpacked Lime and one Pii of common fait to two Gallons of s water. I it your eggs on end in Lay i any Pond tight Jar is goo when As nil of you wish make enough the brine to completely cover the egg.-. If you put the eggs Down As Gate cred each Clay add enough of the Brin Boas to keep All completely i ii the while. Poes poultry rating pay in washing ton is is a question often asked and to reported Choice in the markets. He closes the year s work in the proper Multi Littion of Twenty acres of land with abet Tor conscience bigger profits and More Gratifying results generally than does the Man who attempts to farm on the East Ern plan first because he has proceeded upon n practical system by cultivating to the highest degree every foot of his soil by securing therefrom the larg i said water Snail be f not less than ten inches below the sur Ace of the established Grade and pro Ideal further that in the establishment f grades sewers or other necessary City improvements rendering necessary the removal or relaying of any of said pipes r water Mains Ench removal or relaying Hall be made by the said a. J. I her is successors and assigns at his or their in proper Cost after having rom Oil car enable notice not less than five ays Given by the City authorities to Enove or relay said water Mains or ipes and upon Llie failure of said a. J. Liller lib successors and assigns to so move or relay said water mama or lips the City May remove or relay the Aine and the Cost of such removal or playing shall he chargeable to and Eon tit Ute an offset against any claims or demands Tho said a. J. Miller Ino buc lessors and a signs May have against he said City and no claim for damages out of the removal of said water Isains or pipes by the cite or under its direction shall inure to tha said a. J. Jiller his successors or assigns. Sec. 3. That at no time for the Pur pose of laying or relaying or removing Laid water Mains or pipes shall the ave Nues streets alleys or Public thorough fares be broken up or obstructed for a Reater distance than two blocks or when it shall become necessary to Cess any Street or Avenue in laying removing or relaying said pipes or Mains said streets or avenues shall not be obstructed or More than one half its Width at one Ime without special permission from the City authorities to be Given in wilting and in All cases where it shall become necessary to dig ditches or excavate upon any of the avenues streets alleys or Public thoroughfares of said cite the same shall be restored to As Good condition As they were before with out unreasonable delay. Sec. 4. That the said a. J. Miller his successors and assigns shall erect or to be erected Twenty five hydrants to he placed at such places As the City authorities May direct to be used for lire sewer and Street Pur poses and to he under sufficient pressure and have sell Kirmit Supply of water to throw n Stream of water through 300 fert of two one half Inch Hose from a one Inch nozzle 150 feet horizontally from and two hydrants running at one and the same time for fix hours the said hydrants and connections to be of the most approved anti freezing pattern. The said a.1. Miller Bis successors and Assi is shall keep the same always in Good repair and ready for immediate 5. That the City of centrals shall pay to the said a. J. Miller Bis Succes sors and assigns the sum of seven dollars per month each As rental for said Twenty right to put Stop Cocks on each service pipe below the sidewalk near the curb Stone at his or their own pop or Cost and expense and shall Box the exime secure the cover flesh with the Side walk. He or they May turn off the water from any premises when the water rates Are no t paid within a reasonable time after the same shall have become due or when water is wasted. Bee. 12. That the said a. J. Miller his successors and assigns shall file his acceptance of the terms and conditions of this ordinance within five Days from the Date of its passage and approval and shall commence the construction of said waterworks on or before the third Day of july and shall have at least 1000 feet of main Laid along Tower Avenue and connected with proper hydrants and ready for use on or before the third Day of september 1s90. Sec. 13. That should the City of Centralia desire to Purchase the said water works before the expiration of this franchise they May do to after the expiration of ten years t be Price being named by a Board of appraisers to be chosen As follows two to be chosen by the said a. J. Miller his successors or assigns. Two by the authorities of the City of Centralia the four to choose a fifth. Said appraisers Are to meet and appraise the property and file a Espy of their appraisement with the City clerk and a duplicate with the said a. J. Mil Ler b is successors or assigns. Sec. 14. That the fire companies of said cite of Centralia under the direction of the City authorities shall have the privilege of attaching Hose to any hydrants for the purpose of drilling said company Anil shall have the free use of water for such purposes not Bitner than once a week during the period of this ordinance. And said hydrants May be tested at time by order of the City Council and if not found to be equal to the requirements of Section 4, the said a. J. Miller his successors or assigns shall be notified and rent on such hydrant or hydrants stopped until the same shall be put in proper repair. Sec. To. This ordinance1 shall be in Ful Force from and after its passage and approval. Passed and approved june 3rd, 1800. Smi i cd and approved this 9th Day o june 1s90. I. T. Swasey mayor. Attest fax a ii. Adams clerk. Tiie finest assortment of ittle it for this part of the state we give by univ the re not of one Yeai s work by k. W. Hughes and wife a care Ful account of which was kept during the year 188 i. On t be first Day of Jan uary Thev began with thirteen they gathered therefrom ninety dozen eggs and raised 128 chickens at a rest of 21.05 for it cd. They ate pome fifty or sixty of the Chicks and have Tho bal Ancelo begin the new year with. Or. And mrs. Hughes expect to raise five or six Spring clothing brought to Centralia. To inv our imy san or or sewers it May Here a it. Ilc will no doubt do it. It such times during the ainu Good Luck will no doubt do it. Poultry raising Ray. X. I Ornis a. In this magnificent Bina Tion of cd 1 Tana at last there seems to be a probability for the forfeiture of the Northern Pacific land Grant Between Wall la and 1 Ort in Liu j mate and soil and fourth by obtaining there for the largest prices Given for outcry Pound of produce he raises. He Hae the most promising hop Field the most attractive Orchard am Vineyard and the finest Garden in his neighbor Hood. His land a North More because its value Hae been demonstrated. His Luccese excites wifi neighbors envy and his own Pride. His fruits lakes first prizes his potatoes carrots beets cab Bages and tomatoes Are exhibited As won Ders of the vegetable kingdom and Alto Gether he is the happiest Man in the Community. But he possesses no secret the result of his work is not a mystery. He is merely a Plain practical every Day business Man whose experience has served a Good purpose whose practical ideas have evolved practical results and whose admirable system and tact Are every Day in Bis comfortable Well furnished residence the sleek and healthy condition of his Stock and the general orderliness of his surroundings. I Oto Orch nos. And it now Only remains to pass the attorney at Law. With i it. Noi they Tower Avenue Cin p Irish any sower or sewers it May he re j it. After construct at such times during the Day or night As a. J. Miller ins mid is Sivins and under the direction and supervision i la 1 officers As May from time to time i i orcs. Be designated and As often As necessary. Water shall be furnished for two Public att i notary Watchins troughs and four Public form j from gains free of charge to said City the i Emmam. for each of said fountains not to 1 exceed the Iman Tity would run House Hermann says an extort was through an aperture one eighth of one j attorney made of pass it before the Cloee and week but the result has not yet been Normont Learned. The Bill confines the forfeiture or foun Titius be greater than is to lands coterminous with uncompleted necessary or exceed in amount that is lines. Persons in Possession under a Ord Minli at Law . Wash. It j. Notary 1hiblic. Main and Tower ave Wash Toi persons n pot Blo offem m eed written contract with or License of Reservoir or pipes from the company made prior j in the Supply of water shall not j us acis 1 18s8 Ball be entitled to Purchase the work a forfeiture of this franchise pro i .11.111 i i he restored with t. R. Tuam video the water Supply be restored wit i Sanie from the government in in Artitie land improvement and who May desire to enter the same under the Homestead Law shall be allowed no 3 my. I. An ordinance a Thomms and the Supply has failed for thirty six con Secl Tive Livours. That the is the following rates private families of six persons or less not to exceed one Eastern Lia do ordain As follows there arc Many who think fruit grow ing will be and to prove their prophecies they Point to particular seasons when the markets have been glutted with peaches apples and other my Vuki Uno fruits. But they forgot As a Rule thaw expiration of Twenty years occasional excesses in overproduction a. J. Miller his successors and his As Are the erects of Large previous profits. As soon As u certain line of the 0. A. To Suita 1 Dollar Anil a Quarter per hitch Iii Usu i birth tub not to exceed 35 cents. Ity for 1 am j ordinance provided should the City need fort ewer and Obei 1 purposes. J the said a. .1. The City Council of the City of i. Entra-1 uhf censors and assigns Liall turns out enormous everybody a tiits into the work and in a time the matter is overdone. Some leave the business ill disgust imagining that they have been deceived or that boy arc proverbially Only a few stay if permanently. Tho Over inflated Bubble bursts and then it rises again to its Normal condition. This is just As True in fruit growing mid it May to Laid Down As a Halo proposition Liml the Market will never in greatly overstocked for any length of Liliuo with really flue fruit. Many scud their fruit to Market in such poor condition that Only half Tho regular Price is commanded and hence hero in Litlo profit to to Roal Imd. If All fruit growers would con Vico that it. Coslyn nearly us Imiri to grow ship and sell 1kwr fruit an ii docs Good Mil there would lie better work in and of laying and Man air no any Cus water mams an in i n and. C Walc fully the said Woupes greets and Al in s la o in k Ronnda and Thor Bush us in Tho old a it in and they arc hereby granted the right did privilege of laying and stay and we have to show you with pleasure whether you wish to buy or not a place the same at such Points As shall be j designated by the City authorities Lor a aha Stock. Monthly rental not to exceed the sum i o Al us tic. I ref o. I named in Section provided Tho place. Within so feet of this Ordi Tuuu of i so to Sig Mittl be of said water mums or Sou that whenever Tho ill Centralia for Tho purpose of my distributing a Supply of pure and wholesome water throughout the said City and for the purpose of Selling the to the snid and the inhabitants Hereof desiring to Purchase Tho same and for Protection against lire. Sec. 2. For the purpose of laying re pairing keeping und maintaining said water Iii Tim and pipes there is hereby granted to the said a. J. Miller Hia Suc Cressorn and is sinus the right und Privi lege of dinging Clit Hor and excavating in Anil upon Liny and All the streets avenues and alloys Public grounds and thorough fares in said City Lor Ilio in Post of Iny Ling said Mains and pipes provided thai no water main shall in Laid no it will in Ler Foro with of Flowers or drama nor with Tui grading of any ave nue a treat. Alloy or ii bloc and nil pipes nud Mains fwd in void dual of Kino tailor made clothing for men and boys and a Fine and com plete flock of Day for 100 Gallons. For Foo _ or mom per Day i cents per 100 we cell our goods at lantern and Jia Iyoub provided that Nolcini Milaim d i guarantee to cnvi1 you por cent. I in this Pelion shall to construed to Mako r a reduction in the rates made in suction pm log to All s of this ordinance. Sec. 10. That Tho said a. ,1. Miller his la successors and a Sains. May make special i Iivo or Money mum Ltd. Rates awl regulations Tor Tho Liml Xuy l to Provol. Annece Sarv Winslo of water provided lie Snow Liall not to Incon is slim with the of this ordinance. Corner timer ave. And 1 me. Sec. 11. That Tho said a. .1. Miller his Wash Micco sors Anil ibs Riib shall . Shall to entitled Lopi net a meter upon he service pipe of said consumer at the mid a. J. Miller his successors and Asni is own Cost and expense. When the meters Are used the charges shall not of , following rates for loll Gallons per Day or less f cents per 100 second and third additions. Now on Sale i i Norskey

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