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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Centralia, Washington cent italia Lewis county Washington thu spay May x 47. The chronicle the chronicle company Thomas 8ammon3. 00 six .1 00 Ono month. 20 in tepid at the Postof Floc Centralia washing ton As second class matter. Church directory. Presbyterian . M. C. A. Room Corner of main Street and Tower Avenue. Services sundays it u . Kitrun Cord filly pastor. Welcomed. Kev. Or. Will cart methodist episcopal Church. Corner Magnolia and Gold streets. Services sunday 11 a. In. Mid clans sunday 8 p. M. All fire we Leorlie. Or. Ford . Janst main and Alrec to sunday services 11 a. M. Itil Nochta free und a Cord til Wal Cunic to nil. Eve. If. Pistor. Of Christ Chris Tiki Corner of 1 uie und Gold streets. Lev. Or. Pastor. All invited. Episcopal sew Church in rail Road addition. Rev. K. K. Davis. Rector. All Are Welcome. Services sundays at 11 n. M. And . E my. Corner of main and Tower men s meeting saturday at 8 . Mixed acting for gentlemen and ladies Sun Flay at 4 p. M. All Are invited. Societies. F ientral1a Lodge i. . F. No. 07, regular meetings arc held Over cop Rinc 8 new store room every monday evening. Mead n. G. John a. F Aylor. V. A go. K. Rhodaa Secretary. Lodge no. 51, knights of path regular meeting ing. In k. Hall. Tower Avenue fit 8 . Visiting knights cordially invited. . Armstrong a c. Red 9tockjkg, k. Of r. A a of p. Price Rostino. 50.g. A. of Wellington Ami Alaska. Heel on every tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hull n. S. Or Crnek. Coins inner. C. It. Manning adj Lant. Of. R fears the figures Given will in Home inner Russel it taxes or add another Jim Len. Let it be renin Ibfred that no gee prior of any kind can act As an cum Rotor of the census and that every Chi neral or supervisor and employee of the Vilice in bound by oath to not re 3113 of the official fads and figures he nifty obtain. The figures of an individual farm or Farmer Are never printed or made Public in any manner. The facts and figures Are Only when ii nine in up into counties and tile duty on the american Tariff league Send out this statement for publication the combined product of Iron and steel and Leaf and whether tout Early or late or to weight the Erbil Page or hot there Are now no opponents of the in Miliage a a food. The Corn should be sown in drills Etc about the same Date As Field Corn is planted and if Southern Corn or the larger varieties of Sweet Corn Are grown they May be from eight to fifteen inches apart in tic Drill some favouring the closer distance for the Sake of a finer growth of talk. Had farm to avoid rot and cab in potatoes a correspondent writes Roll the land and when the potatoes Are four inches High sow on a mixture of fifteen parts plaster three parts slaked Lime and one part of Fine the peach grub commonly called the great peach Borer Lias been destroyed ii into a Strong Boli Lorenzo Hill of Skye Skamania county reports that the crops look Well in. That Section. Fruit Trees rein spleen did condition and there is Promise of a Largo yield. Prunes will be especially abundant. Clover Hay is said to be better than Timothy or. Red top Hay for growing or milk animals. It a a splendid feed for Dairy cattle. Dry soils should receive Fiat cultivation and Damp soils should be ridged. It pays to have a Good dry comfortable House for Young chickens whether they be kept in Brooder or under hens. No Brooder that stands outside in All sorts of weather will keep Little Chicks steadily warm and comfortable though a Good one will do it when placed in a weather proof building. Awhile the weather is dry the roots of plants will quickly dry if exposed. It is Best to pour a Little water around the roots of plants that Are transplanted Tig it will prevent Many of them from Wilt ing. If the ground below the surface be quite Damp this precaution in not Neces 3ry. To get a full crop of potatoes dec plenty of manure or fertilizer. If manure let t be Fino and Well rotted and applied liberally in the rows. If fertilizer be u eed it should be applied in Quantity to Diutsh the plants vigorously and to enable he crop to produce As much As possible. It does not pay to be too economical in he u5e of manure or fertilizer. Some knowledge of horticulture and advised him to pay up charging him for knowledge that the Farmer o 70 years ought to have acquired by in tuition associated a he had been Al his life in growing Trees and Yick i Magazine for april. Reasons fail to grow. A correspondent writes to the of Afflic record press i see that some dealers in Grain Are Lown on second hand Grain sacks from he simple fact that said sacks contain Weevil. Now this is a just cause for m to be prejudiced against them. The question is How to get rid of the Nec cts. This it done according to wag-1 incr s chemical technology by Biel Johnte of Carbon. It May be done even n the warehouse oven Niter the sacks in this country is not equal to that of j Are Filleti with Grain but the Best Way is there Are Many reason s Why seeds fail to grow. One great cause of failure a immature need. The great aim of the seed grower is Quantity get the mos from the Plant rather than the beet. The Flint fruits Are often permitted to Ripen seeds for Beed purposes which should never be As the first settings Anc ripening Are imperfect. The same is True of the last of the Plant s production. They Are weak in vitality Anc the seeds produced will have a tendency of perpetuate that weakness. It is of he utmost importance that seeds should of Jime and car have perfect maturity and Little arsenic is should have been carefully and health fully preserved. Immature seed May it is t Rue possess the Power of Germina Ion but it always attains a disposition to disease and weakness. Weakness always perpetuates weakness and in shapely forms and poor qualities Are transmitted. Good cultivation under favourable circumstances will in a great measure restore vitality but it in a question of time accompanied with a degree of uncertainty that and Gardener cannot afford As there is a liability of failure or partial failure of crop from this cause. The responsibility in a great measure rests upon the seed grower. Seeds saved with the utmost care from careful selected stocks May apse their vitality if not properly preserved. All seeds of vegetables or Flowers should be kept perfectly dry and Cool and in an airy situation. They ought to be protected from dampness and should be kept in n room that is not alternately moist and Odry. An even temperature and humidity is essential to the seeds vitality. Carelessness in planting is one of the principal causes of failure. The soil should be carefully prepared before seed is sown. It should be worked deep and made the seeds Are sown the soil should be pressed firmly about them. Deep planting is another cause of failure. Very Fine seed should be covered from sight. Proper care a seed sowing and the too common practice of burying need is Juiet the difference be tween Success and failure in their germination and growth. Mechanical assistance or the manner of placing the seeds in the Earth is of greater importance than is generally supposed particularly those of the Gourd family or any Large Flat seeds. It is Economy to Plant All Vine seeds Edge-1 Wise germ Down. The sumo is True of the hybrid amaryllis. If sown Flat Wise j they will rarely make a print if sown edgewise rarely one will fail under the ii the conditions of soil and temperature. Any careful experimenter can easily explain How one Man could complain of l in Grain sacks. Chancis a . To r. , w. N. A graduate of be York City in 1rkl special no Cien to Ali route discuss j. N. In in w. N. A of Ann Arier. Huh. I Lett. Attr Titian Pirn to stir Pury hides of animals and their products. The largest Consumers of leather Are Tho Annore who furnish the hides the raw i material for leather. For some year so i the foreigner has controlled Tho Price of hides in this country. This takes Money is to place the sacks in some close place j the seed sown while another would and Sprinkle them with the fluid or kindly Praise the seedsman for seed pour it Over them and clop them up. From Tho same Stock and will become this should be done Sway from fire us convinced that very often seeds not the fluid or Gas is very explosive. Warehouse Mav be disinfected mid children. New ainu ii j o tic re Tim. Our Kew 385 solid Gold Chin to. World. Perfect m. 01 h us Ltd ind few vow. Work and of pm one a. All lilt Datl Row what mad you la Olio i bound la pm Tuble fur which to far out of the pockets of every Farmer and Fame Way or a Wagoner says the by Stock Riser. The new Tariff Bill proposes j Sulphide is used to kill the insects which a duty of a i per cent on hides. This i sex St Corn. Please Call the Farmers will be of material benfit attention to this Disulphide since the in the in tin. If you uie in Money for every animal you raise write a letter to your member of a i growing is More due to poor Gowin than the i to poor agriculturalists. Congress and United mates senators Al Washington favouring the proposed a nov. Fook if Jam like t h. J. Miller co the fact that bees right in the Breed ing Pei Hon arc kept by cold or storm close in the Hivo even for Days and yet the Breeding goes right on in full Force contradicts the assertion that bees can not rear Brood without water. Yet that wee Vil is becoming very destructive. Any one having Weevil in his Ware House thoum disinfect it. The place where the sacks Are disinfected to hould be As close As an Ordinary room. They j should be disinfected for two or three Days but the expense is so Light that no one need to prevented on that account i then after they Are disinfected they should be exposed to the open air two or three Davs before or tailor. Shop open every Day except saturday. Cenxual1a, Wash f. Watches. Clocks and jewelry. More than one half the failures in bees need water and most when brie inst j getting a Liny kind of fruit is very apparent else Why do they Jure the result of careless digging and gather often by thousands about the neglect while the roots Are out of their Kisool Spring or Brook v queries professor natural element. Pairing a specially. Practical opt Dan. Agent for Rogers Bros. Silverware. Centralia to fioops5 Wash. There Are no class of m q poll City property also acre and 0ok " la that planters who do their work of rapidly la Utill Ditl Honolu l ttl., five acre tracts near City. Land by Hie Section or Quarter Section. Also locates government Ohio nip and Chehalis counties. They prefer fresh water As some assert and with such seeming carelessness As is not so certain bees Otten pass the nurserymen yet their losses Are com pure Spring in ook and sip for hours and Para Lively Small simply because they he was of the 1kw8f.s an11 lots Fob pm jniyt3 hurl or Ixion for Sale. Mints Rej inspection Lim Inmee in rive of Floc i ii. Lualdi Lollon . Patterson dka1.kiis in Wall paper and decorations. Taints oils varnish brushes Etc. House and 81un Zarkh Manokus. Kyrm All work iloni1 on Ili Orl South of Lilc Nyzio dry 1 no Days about tie Buluro jowl or urinal. Every beekeeper who has not water hard by the Apiary should Supply it. Shallow puns filled with gravel and water arc excellent for this purpose. If Kail in a cure for the co disease which is becoming More and More com Mon then it were Well to add a Little suit to the water. Bees seem to like this. Corn fodder Neil Kii Tho pc who do not How Corn to be need is fodder Are Doo idely behind the times if they Havo Milch rows. It is valuable As a Green fodder when he pastures dry up. It la Rood dried for Winter fodder Iii id every one who Koops a ulu mild have u silo in which it to us Ensi Lago for Winter use. Birth any. U a n substitute for i Whilo i hero arc Nuniya the Relativo Merilh of i to tall Fiou Thern the common firm or Sweet Corn is regards thick or thin wowing in he Drill regarding the Demon Hilly of inv his earn form on Tho non Lucs or having nil he male Raul n the grow in the Ellk know that the proper place for roots is i Iii Ihu ii i Tzvia is by. T a in the Earth and take every precaution j Roll top i a i 1110 to make their condition when out of the1 Oulu Letl 11 1 la Lulu us 13 Lloldi Earth similar to Tho natural one. Is the it. Shasta Boute 0 possible. In the. Earth the roots Are moist and subject to very plow variations of temperature and Aro also in Dirk Nash. As usually Lia Udod these natural conditions attending the life of j a Root Aro . Tie tree is Rudolf Dow Jiromi Tho ground where it has had of 4q or 60 de Grees for we ftps loaded on a Wagon exposed to .1 drying wind n hot Sun parted for Miles without oven n Blanket to protect it then driven into a a non night with the at l s Ilo vecs the i Oil morning to stay on Tho until the wait for Kaiui Eon Venini c tier Init planting. I know one old Fanner to keep n Load of Cherry find Pencil Trees on a in Tho barn for u out tiny Fiort of pre Lection through n Priow Torin Natl then refused in Mont Tho Rooh hourly All failed to grow lie was so ignorant of the prob Able cause of Tho of Niuro that to wan going to h nil n Law cull but lawyer i innit Gou. St. Grand Scenic route Pacific coast. Pullman Buffet sleepers 1 to s Sonelli null kit thai fill tickets if nil u urn in. Kyrc from j to Tuul t Kraut Cist i of Ruhr Al Rel nil Amir Curit k a Tull Star cos. Swim to Lack of space have decided to go out of the dry goods business altogether and so make the following offer for spot Caff the celebrated Broad he Price 35c per Yard now Henriettas 40 inches wide formerly 1.00, now 75e Cashmere All Wool plaids. Striped flannel Tricot Yard wide dress Gingham shawls ladies Camel s hair underwear 1.00, 35c, 76c, 65c 62 l-2c 15c 2.00 now 76c now 28c now 60o now 60c now 46c now 121-2 now 1.50 2.50 per suit now 1.9q ladies Fine White Merino underwear formerly per suit now 1.40 Fascinator hoods cloaks mittens Etc., at cost., main and Tower ave. Wash Moi land improvement Compa Sty s second and third additions. Now on Sale by l. H. Northey

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