The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 15, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Monday, May 15, 1893
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CHRONICLE, MAY 15,1893. "Oh.'lovely May," the poet cried in . "Of all theinonths, thou art the month forme,"', ""•* '••-•-''••. • .. - •.-•'- : -Mot that #aii last year, and the .winds now blow ' • .j -u Above his grave. Pntiemonia laid -mfc . ' lOW. ':'.: ... . -. ..""•• :• '• Ex-Sheriff Prenti<S6 was miowtttoday.. Tue Baiff oStHoy tottiade bia ajppear ance. • . •' ., ' " -' ; .,, ' : . . " . Thad ittackett spent Sunday at South Bend; Fresh -cases of measles are reported every day. A "hush," society has been organized by Tekonsha young ladies. * Marshall ought -to have a Fourth of July celebration this year. Born to Mr. ind Mrs. Babbit, nee ' Hubbard, of Chicago, a son. * One fashion authority confidently pro diets the return of polonaises. Mrs. Harriet' Atnlar has returned from an extended visit at the east. Mrs. Ethan Allen and children, of Athens, -are vjsiting relatives in the city. The Masonic dance committee, will meet at R. 8. Eowley'a office this evening. A young girl, of Bronson, Branch county, has eliminated 180 wordsjfroin '' "It was greatly to the duke's credit to marry a common glrl,"> s "lTes,;indeed. It has helped bis cred" it amazingly.'* He camel . -. ;<f-;, 0. F, Vogel, who, has been*sic& all winter, is able to be out again. " A number of Battle Creuk yoiitiig la>, dies will visltJUarfihall lield day. *' , Frank Rowley and Jay tfroriin spent Sunday at Battle Creek. .Mire. S. MdNames and Mrs. Cary 're turned from Dt troit this morning. It. 0. Fether, of Bryan, O., Sundayed in,this city. ' . . Will Smith went to Bay City this afternoon. . Miss Belle Lewis and Arthur Lewis niado the trip to Battle Creek on their bicycles today. ',-.'•- ' Misses Carrie Rowley, Audrey Strait and May Stone were in Battle .Creek yesterday. . .* Mrs. Ed. Ives, of Elkhart, Ind , isvls j iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heyser, of Perrinville. The Ascension service held at the Un * •* STRAWBERRIES DAILY, Spinach, Lettuce* Parsley, Onions, IE GEQ..H.MEAD Artistic Carriage Painter. Shdp ovor'Hindenach & Skinner. * executed in the' best work of inanner. AT Cunningham's. A fresh supply of • Do : Neufchatel cheese just received, today j&i Hilla brant's. •.'••• . ' ARJS MERE *• they tiro elegant* Our new line : of neck'-toear, the neiio shape scarf, those elegant four-in hand and a complete line of eltitis in neckwear- , Call'at- SHANAHAWS $ee.ihem. ONE FOR SALE! : CAR : LOAD It is universally conceded by everyone that evening is not the time usually se looted by ladies, in which to do their shopping. However that may be Mrs. W. H. Porter, last Saturday evening decided to vary the monotony of this custom, Now everyone knows who have had experience in these matterb that a shopping expedition loses half its charms if one is not accompanied by some con genial spirit, therefore Mrs. Porter in vitedMrs. J.W. Wood to accompany her on her rounds. The O two ladies started out with the intention of purchasing* er at least making the selection of, a cape. Various places where such articles are to be obtained were visited, and after dallying away considerable time, with surprising fickleness, Mrs. Porter decided that, she would buy 'the material and have the gaimeut made' and to that end suggested tlio pro, nety of consulting Mrs. Coles in regard thereto. They therefore stui ted for that establishment and on their way, stepped into Snyder's store* when- they Suspected any amount of furniture. Af^er loit ering around for a conaidt rabltKime Mrs. Porter came to the conclusion that it would be a good idea to adjourn to the Woodiuansion'foralmlereet, which iversalist church yesterday afternoon was well attended. The music was good and the sermon appropriate. * How to drink milk: "Most people drink it too quickly, which always- curdles it in the stomach. If it is sipped, taking at least three minutes to a glaes, It Will not curdle. " ~ T All those interested in the formation of a Hearth and Altar club are request ed to meet at the Presbyterian church this evening at 7:30. The members of the different young peoples' societies are cVpeeially requested to be present. John Hertkorn .has purchased of Chris. Fred Vogel, agent 'for the North German Lloyd, second cabin passage for his nephews, Edwin and Henry Spies, of Cassel, Hessen Nassau, from Bremen, to this city, where they will re* side. In an extended article in yesterday's Free Press in regard to Seatt'e, Judge Thos: Burke is referred to as one of the most prominent millionaires of that place. Fifteen years aeo Mr. Burke was a post-office clerk in this city at a limited salary. "Go west young man " A.novelty in news publications is re ported from Puda Peste. The editorial office collects all the news of the d.iy and summarizes the information into brief paragraphs which are transmitted by telephone direct to the various sub scribers hour by hour. The service lasts from 8 a. m. to 9,p. m, Wo are in receipt of a program of the Southern California Teachers' Associa of Cooking, Heating 1 , Gasoline and Oil Stoves, ONE HALF CAR LOAD of tin ware, consisting; 06 tea and coffee pots, kettles, milk pans, pails,' dust pans,'wash boilers, every thing in tin, copper, {porcelain, gertnun steel goods and anti rusting tin ware. , • ^ ONE^HALF CAR LOAD of steel goods, hoea, rakes, shovels, spades, hay, dung and weeding .forks. ,and hll kinds of tools used for farms and gardens. " FIVE TONS of steel nails both wire and cut. TEN TONS *of barb and plain wire. FIFTY DOZEN locks and door knobs'of every kind and a full line of hardware of every description, I know I am a little to the east end of Main street. W* cannot all do busines jqi n the center, but it will pa* you to give me call. ' * JOTOWHALEN, * Hardware Dealer, Martin Block, East Main Street, We Want to Show our WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T. DR AJCE, Druggist, • 240 State Street, they accordingly did. As they came to Mrs. Wood's home that lady remarked •the shades boipg drawn, which wa.' something unusual, aa the house gem r ally presents a bright and attractive aj.> pearance in the evening. Great there fore, was her consternation and surpris. as she stepped into the h#ll to find thai her parlors had been taken possession of during her absence by a number wf befriends, and further, that they hid' earns to stay-the remainder of the ing. The occasion of this happy ab*»ui-. blage was the 25th wedding anmver ^.ry of Mr. and Mrs. Wood, and the sun i ue baa been arranged in honor of ''»at ^,vent. AS soon as MM. Wood ha'l t«J- civered herself, tables were brougbt in and progressive egobtt), varied by i >** serving of elegaut^ refreshments, w ( <^b the guests themselvea had prQV^u.U, become the order of the evening, and aa a result upon v counting up it wua that Mr», S. J- Frink ^w.aa eoti thej^se, a beaatifu%)dja6§ratei plati>. "1'his. articitt VfOJiW; fee'inoom- ieJte did we not weution that the frientls Rkf, and M"- Wood ' ^"W!* 1 & '^ ' ihis wa|^ sUveri ticn, which held a meeting in the 'normal school building at Los Angeles May 13th and^ 13tb. A .paper upon "English in the Grades" was presented by Mrs.] E. G. N. Van Slyck, formerly p|;this city. Ex.: A woman in New Hampshire i a street railway magnate, a good honse.- keeper and coo*:, a fine shot with the revolver..a first class swimmer, »n.'excellent, businesswoman and worker in the church, gl^e, cannot, howeveri throw a^ytWer^rslritce'STTiail Oft the head," JPrpbably the woman fealiasea that to, bu able to throw a-stone'or drive a nail are cteither of them necessary or desirable accom plish ments. ' On Saturday, May 13^ in Winsor, Canada, by "the Rev. A- J- Vinnmg, and at bis residence, J^ S. Brooks %nd Miss thja city, were unit UNIQUE, TASTY DESIGNS, *\ ja marriage. Mr t and.Mrs. Brooki left Detroit this morning for Niagara Fails,,, New Xo^rit and -other eastern They ^pl retarn Friday, will be tendered . th^Jjome of Mr^ js| Mrs. S. MX, wid Jopli» will I- Mew Culver have"* opened. \ J^to,§ottlin|g Works pi^'^ 8 - * ow J pa ? 4^** i: ^ife-M|^ da ^ r ' p}nt8,Pi! ??«*» 1 ^^fSl- : ' vs3«wsiVT;T ^ ^^Sfs^i '." y 1 I-«P=T »¥-'^#J i«fc4w*4!P»fc«w^fe*' y_ J*A. 1'....'~..^ *« nnW Wi.«*"?«# tho rtl^O • ^ Kf~"\ tetfMlfe^Jhji^img^ 1 rf *> jTpajjiap^a-^y^^;^^ *ir,,\ SuX ^t " J JT ^. - ^ » \~ ^ v% ». * ~ ^ - ~> _ • * . . Gall and B ^s£ 3

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