The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on April 28, 1893 · Page 3
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1MB DAiLY,CHRONICLES, APKIL 20, J&aS* i Arbor day,' ,, ; ' Anna Walts has the measles. Mrs. E. W. Rftnkin is in three Rivers. ; Lawrence W right w.ent to Homer t« day. ' • „ Bellevue » lo have shew Methodist| fl .church. Mrs. H. P. Churchill is at Mrs. M. A Lacey's. '* t .-''„„; Owen Hubbard went to Chicago this afternoon. You are allowed to catch trout after Sunday* Mrs. J. W. Wood was in Battle Greek •yesterdayi , Mrs. M. E. Earle Will remove to Jackson next week. Arthur Kevins, of Jackson, was in ' the-city yesterday. •Attend the entertainment a}, the Methodist church tonight, M Miss Grace Hamilton .is visiting Mrs. John Stein, of Allegatii; E. A. Smith, of Lansintr, visited at Dr. J. F. Smilfcy's yesterday. Mrsi .Cottrell and daughter, Alice, of Jackson, are visiting friends in the city? Campbell was in Albion tetday. ' Prof, F. E. Woodln, special artist for Detroit Journal, entertained the high 'school in chalk talk this afternoon in tbe most pleasing manner. Mr. Wood in also visited all the ward schools and ,,With the children, and the little j folks will never jforget the entertain- mentY afl its something entirely new for 'thp schools. These chalk talks are ex tended the schools as a courtesy from the Detroit Journal and the schools appreciate their efforts.^ Special Bargains. ~" .' ' " .?, For this In For the first time in (he life of 0. Colegrove Corps No. 232, bereavement has pome to us lii the death of our beloved president, Mrs. Eunice Stelie. WHEREAS, Be it resolved"'in vie*" of the .loss we.have sustained by the death of our sister, Mrs. Eunice Stelie and by the still Heavier loss austamed by those nearest and dearest to her.* ThereforePbe it . RESOLVED,That it is but'a jtigt tribute lo the memory of the departed to say in regretg ing her removal from our midst we mourn for one who was in every way worthy of our respect and regard. RESOLVED, That we cherish her, memory in fond recollection of her faithfulness and demotion to our order. Mrs. Colin Sinclair left yesterday for the south. She will be absent several months.' Mrs. Chas. Paddock and daughter, Pearl, of Jackson, are visiting friends in the city< • Mrs. Ed. Hungerfprd and daughter, of Battle Creek, are visiting at Geo, JBoughton'«.~ Mr. Cleveland is the first president to visit Wilmington, Del., since the days of Washington.' 1 • Mrs. J. F. Smiley, has returned from a visit with friends in Bronsop, Three Rivers and Kalamazoo. : RESOLVED, That we sincerely condole with the family of the deceased in the dispensation with which it has pleased Divine Providence to so inflict them and commend them for consolation to Him Who orders all things for the best and whose chastisement cometh In mercy. RESOLVED, That a" copy of these resolutions be published in our city papers and also a oopx bo presented to'the family of the deceased. , -'••• RESOLVED, That a page be vet apart in out records as a memorial on which shall be inscribed her name and age as a mark of respect to her memory. By order of committee, MRS. A. R. CLEVELAND, MRS]. S. M. SMITH. There was a fall of four and one-halfj^ MRS. 1. M. WRIGHT, southern part of inches of snow in the Kalamazoo county night before last: A broom, a little water and a mop, properly manipulated, would greatly imprQve the appearance of the postof- Hce. Dr. Slocurn, president of the college at Kalaiuazoo, will occupy the pulpit of toe Baptist church in this city on Sunday next. Mrs. Palmer drove that much talked "of nail f oday. We are not prepared to elate whether she pounded her thumb ur nut, hut presume she did. A number of Marshall people will at tend the party at the home of Richard Wyolsey, in Convia, this evening, Marsh & Sharpsteen will furnishmusic. Tbe Sunday school convention for the second District of Calboun county will be held at the Porter school house, Con vis township, Wednesday, May 3, 1803. i The boat club dance last evening was not as largely attended &s was expected. How.ever, a goodly number of people were present and all enjoyed a pleasant Evening. • ,.. „ ; '',-' Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ferguson .wert to Chicago today to attend the dedica tion ceremonies, of the Michigan build This is a gentle-woman's fine shoe. A, shoo of good style, quality arid fit. At $2:00 it ts a decided bargain arid mil compare favorably with ,p( _ •-'. any f££0'or $3:00 shoe found elsewhere. •; • We have all sizes and widths and will sell at $2:00 all this week i • '''"', if they hold out. . . " ' Peculiar Accident to an Engineers POET HUBON, April 28.—-Harry Ryan, a Chicago and 'Grand' Trunk engineer who has figured in a number of railroad J accidents, and wears a gold medal presented to him for especial bravery several years ago by the passengers of a train that he was running, met with a peculiar accident yesterday. While on his run between Lansing and Battle Creek, while the firemen had just opened the door of the firebox to put some coal into it, a gust of wind blew the flames against Mr. Ryan's clothing. They immediately ignited and were nearly all burned off his body before the fire was extinguished. He was brought , to his c home in this city last evening, where he is now in the care of physicians. He sustained severe burns on his body and legs. ' . •; ' i 1 ' 1 - •'-." Bank |>oors Closed. • ' jUiNS»j» r April 28.—The doors of the Ingham Savings bank of this city were closed yesterday.morning. When a rim was made upon the bank last week securities to the amount of $187,000 were deposited at the Peninsular bank,' Detroit, and checks against them to the amount of $40,000 were since drawn. Cashier Moore of the Detroit bank yesterday refused to take care of any more paper from the Ingham County bank, and the directors then voted to close the institution. Bank Commissioner Sherwood denounces the action No. 49 Shoe Store. 2 Doors Wast off tbe Postoffflco. a*^^** •#> WHY PAY RENT When you can £uy a lot on MARTIN& HATCH'S ADDITION and have a house buUti to suit you, and pay for it ' in sm^ll monthly pay^ioaents. For information call at offlqeof Over Wm Martini Store, It is not generally known 4£at Cbl- urnbua, in addition t.p discovering America, was the author of the quee- tion, "Where am I at?" He made the inquiry jfretmently during the. voyage. »* * Hf . 4& "• The sun Bjiade an unsuccessful attempt thifl uiorniflg to begui|e tao pup- Uo into the belief that, spring has at last,arrived, but. the public ha*.long sincej|iven- up, |he idea thaj^we are lo any spring;" . f, ~ ~^ ~ BraaMejtMartMj family of ITew are reeei?^ a freat deal of gra be the extreme and He insists that the aad. oou ejuaily have ia "solvent weathered afrits difficulties. ""* Big Fire Ia St. Clalr. ST. CLAIB,. April 28.—E. S. Fleury's grocery store was almost entirely de- by fire yesterday morning. His T loss is $2,000; insurance, $3,200. The tailoring stock of A. F., Berry, on the second flvor, valued, at $2,000, was cal manager, does uot mak.« ao attempt to: aecur* toe Apierican cpunteaa as » •tilHMf- also destroyed. say j*s Eaasas C% Star • **iwel^ tt nartyt »$yun gave the ewellwt party at on this ,;' Card of Thanks. . • 'The Ia4ies-of the Relief C^rps desire to, extend their thanks to Mr. M. B Ppwell for his kindness and aid to our lafea president. Mrs. Eunice Stalls, i • <Jo to the baa^fortta wwe of ail fcwda^-,- ' ^ tx;37— : ? - Wantto ""WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the'County. W. T.DRAKE* 1.0 t Droggist, State Midget Picklee at Hillab ,^ ^ ^^^r'^sm^ammfif ^mKm*! 2~-^~~^'^ t •-*?. t&^v ^•kjff "____:_ T^^P™ :: ^5F ™^R^~

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