The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 25, 1891 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, May 25, 1891
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THE'DAILY CHRONICLE, MAY 25, 1891, METEOROLOGICAL D Local meteorological report taken by G. H. Greene today at Greene's drug •tore. ' TUIB. 7KWAX 8.-OOPX 4:00nt TMHlIOJrtTKB. 66 US 67 BAROUBTER. W.190 80.09J 29.090 - WIND. SW NW NW Highest, 75; lowest, 46. By registering tnermoiueter for the last 34 hours. After the first of June notices; of ^en^ tertainmonts, social's, lectures, etc., where an admiasin fee or charge of any nature is made will bo charged for at the rate of five cents a line for each insertion. . BREVITIES* Mrs. E. E< Simmons, a daughter, May 28. V Mrs. W. H. Arthur has returned from a visit with Coldwator friends. Mrs. Wlllard, of Grand Rapids is visiting her'sister Mrs. Harriet Amlar. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Colcman, of Winsor, Ont., are visiting in this city. Bert Lock wood, of San Francisco, Cal., is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs.. Augustus Lock wood. Rev. Mr. Tabor delivered a very able and interesting Discourse to a large con gregation, last evening. The Luttman sextette gives a concert at the Albion operajhouse, this evening. This is the first American tour of this famous organization. - ' Mrs. Ella H. Brock way has tendered her resignation of the position of pro ceptress of Albion college, to take effect at the close of the present term. It is said that there are 2,400,000 men in the United/States who work on Sunday, and the number of those who fishing go is not included in this list. The question has been asked if all the men who are on the liquor bonds arc assessed as much as they swear the} are 'worth when they justify on the bond. The matter is respectfully referred to the supervisors; The meanest man on record is said to live in Centre county, Pa. He sold his son-in-law one-half a cow, and) then refused to.divide the milk, maintain^ that he sold only the front half. Thejbujer was also required to provide the feed the cow consumed, and compelled to carry water to her three times a day. Recently the cow hooked the old man, and now he is suing bis son-in-law for damages. We received a communication Saturday asking why the memorial services were held on Sunday at the usual hour 9! morning service. As the committee having the matter in charge simply followed a precedent established in this city some, years ago, we concluded not to publish the article. The idea, however, of holding the services in the af ternoon is a good oae, and it would be well to consider it in the future. On account of the- lire in Muskegon in which many of the people, who were expecting to entertaan delegates, -lost their homes, tire W. C. T. Unions of Grand Rapids have invited the state convention to that city. It will therefore he held there June 3d, 3d, 4th and _ 5th. JDeJLegates who have sent in their Barnes to Muskegon are- requested to send them immediately to Mrs. Mary' ,^|. JBodwell, 17tf Gold street, Grand Rapids, Mich' • * ' ' The seventh annual meeting of the Michigan Pioneer and Historical Socie* ty will be held in the Congregational Church at Lansing, commencing Wed- Mjss Kendall has n)ce home aesday, June 8, J80L, at two o'clock, p. Baking, warm Meals-Lunches, Bread, in., etWMiard tune, and/continue Cookie,Rolls,Pies,Cakea.BakedBeans, through the evening of Thursday, June Da 7 board cheap. Everything in, my 4. The program -will consist of musid | line *9 go^ ?» d orders promptly filled, under the direction of Mrs. Geneyieve 1 M j^ KBKPALI, West State tyreet. Ste»ly v of Lansing, address by the president, reports of the officers and committees, interesting historical papers. Interspersed with epixite4 five ininute E. J. Holland, of Bellevde, was in this city today. • Rev. Mr. Young leaves tomorrow for Uticti, Mich. George Gatrell left this afternoon for Charlotte. .Mrs. Heydenburk went to Detroit this afternoon. Verny Qnackingbosa is confined to the house by a bilious attack. Charles Thoma, of Battle Creek, visited friends' in this city today. Charles Van Yalfn and wife returned from a visit in Battle Creek today. 'Daniel Clary, who has.been aick for a time past, is able to be out again. Mrs. L. F. Page and Miss Flossie Bradley went to Battle Creek today. The new Michigan Central time card did not go into effect Sunday as announced. Licensed to wed: Horatio P. Henderson, of Albion, and Sarah E. Kibble, of Romeo, N.J. The reserved seat sale for St. Mary's Academy exercises will bo opened Wednesday morning. Mrs. Jacob Gardanier, of North Ontario, Cal., ia cxpeated here in a few days to spend the^ummer. Mr. and Mrs. Gooree Powell have returned from Louisville, Ky., where they have been spending the winter. . Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mills leave next week for Massachusetts where they will spend the summer with their son, Fred. Rev. J. P. McManua, of St. Phillip's church, delivered the Memorial address at Battle Creek yesterday. The services were held in the Tabernacle at 3 p. m. There will be a meeting of the Marshall Athletic Club Wednesday evening, May 27th, at 8 p. m., for the election of officers. A full attendance is requested. Charles Post, of Oaklandi Cal., is visiting at Mark Kurd's. Mr. Post Jived [a this city a number of years ago, his father havidg been at one time pastor of the Baptist church, here. There was a large attendance at the Memorial services held yesterday at the Presbyterian church. Rev. J. A Young delivered the address, followed by a few remarks from Rev. J. M. Getcheli. J. K Cummmgs, secretary of the Agricultural Society, informs us that as complaint has been made to him relative to the ball games on the fair ground Sunday, no more ball playing will be allowed on that day. • Grand Le&turer ~t3HH?k will hold a school of instruction at Masonic Hall this afternoon, and this evening the third degree will be conferred. All members of the order are requested to be present. Refreshments will be served after work. The practice that different local soci* etics have adopted in giving only the initials when advertising different events is rather blind to the public gen- "erally. How many people know the meaning bf Y. P. S, of C. E.. M. A. C., G. L. M. B., B. 0. F. S. and a half dozen others excepting the mejubers. Spell it out and then every one will know what it means. Are You In It? We have reference to house ^cleaning. Jf you have commenced thai semi-annual job, you have no doubt ascertained that many articles of FurnH:^-9 need to- placing, or the changes you have madt vntt tittmit o1 adding some new piece. If So Call at F. B. Snyder^s, and look over his large and elegant stock of Parlor SuitS) Bedroom Suits, Fancy Chairs, Dinning Room Chairs, Tables and everything else kept ir. a first class furniture store. These pleasant evennys yoii want to try • . . ' , • - " f • • And Get Out and wheel the baby around in one of those luindsome ' Cabs, which are so cheap iKai one can afford to throw away the old one and get a new one. A full line of Casket and Undertakers Goods. EN DOORS AND Window* ILL Delivered to any part of the city W. E. BOSLEY. i To Speculators. I AM MAKING A All Kinds of feed ground at the R.ICB Creek. Mill. . Over 4,000 different styles of goo£s to select from at F. S. Powers 1 . « cook •* ttw GREAT SLAUGHTER! IN DROGKERf. 1 1 will clear out my. entire stock of " Crocker?, Glassware, Hanging LaniDs AND EVERYTHING IN THE CROCKERY UME. I Have the largest Line of • CROCEEKy AJID GLASS WARE In the city, and will sell at ACTUAL COST FOR SPOT CASH. This is a picnic. I want to get put ol l*ia Crockery W^iness to make room for another line «vf ortnHa ¥• s . * * . ' " * BUTLER. RBHT-Qoofl boose on Burt wiA b»ro wtd garteu ' jSfoi&to ot Mat J.r Children Qry for Wtoher't Cafftorla * • * "*" ' f *

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