The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 16, 1893 · Page 3
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Tuesday, May 16, 1893
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»"sf • •"#'• V 10, 1893. i^ Hid neck Was like s spiral -spring, " Though he wasn't a freak at all,' He had spent a day at the fair " - And had tried to see it ftll. D. B. Bickford is quite ill. Everyone Is failing at the weather. •- Kate Harrigan, of .Battle Creek, is thecityv .•;.'••; '.~ : . ,,. '•'••"' •". • •' Maccabeetfafcee at the O^eta Housfe tonight. •••'.- ' *. Howard Hall, of Kalamazoo, is at Dr. "Sffiiley's. • , The frame is Up for Wm. Johnson's house on Grand street. . Dr J. F. Smiley's home is being subjected to a coal of paint. Miss May Bosleiy, of Boston, will visit MarshalUhe coming summer. Mrs,. Mary VV heeler's new house is nearly ready, for occupancy. Dr, and Mrs. Greene are contemplat ing an extended western trip. This weather is all right fdr the coalman, but how about the iceman? •rWe'se' bo'n darf in Sharpsteen's show case, attracts much attention. A number of new houses are in course of erection on Martin and Hatch's addi ttoa." "~~~*" John Lahsmg will put a plata glass ',, front into his store, aoxt the Tontine •hotel, Miss Carrie BoOgbtdto list, ' , ; ) • Mr. and Mis. C. E. Davis visited Bat* lie Creek Wends' tho first ot the week. Mrs. J.JB. Spragueand Miss Isabella Swan, of Ithaca, N. Y., are guests at W. J. Dibble's. . V .fi. Season tickets fdr the field day exercises will be on sale at F. G. Seaman's drug store Wednesday. .The building owned liy. Mrs. S. E. Cf ol)in and occupied by McKellar's bak; ery, Is. undergoing repiiirs. . T . ; A number of ladies and'gentlemen .from this city will attend the, opera at Baltic Creek Friday evening,/ Ellas H^itt has been cottoned to the hbuse for about two weeks in consequence of a carbuncle. • Miss Annie Denison entertains a number of her friends at her homo on STUAWBERRIES • v * ; N- Spinach, Lettuce, Parsley,, Onions, i&c, FRUITS CEO. H. MEAD Arftstte Carriage Painter. Shop over Hindenach & Skinner. AU work 9'f mariner. executed in tile best a*. J. I rA? ffesh stipply of De^eufcfmti&l cheo'e just' received today at' Oilla brant's: THEY ARE HERE they arc .C%cttt£. ; wet* line <)f neck .wea!r, wM new scar}, those elegant four~in and a complete line of nov- eW/CS tn neckwear. Call at see them. and ONE FOB SALE! : CAR : LOAD ^Mansion streellhis e"voning A bicycle', a woman and a baby cab collided Saturday afternoon on Mansion Btrctt No damages are reported. The funeral of Mrs. Timerson, who died Sunday, was held today and tue remains wore taken east for butlal. A. J. Felter, Bon-'mlaw of Lyman 8l j jiu , ai wnnu uu ,, c , a , „>«,,.,„,, Sailer, of this city, is the newly appoint- goo j g HI1( i ant i rus tiug tin ware, ed postmaster at.Stetson, Oceana coun - . ONE HALF CAB LOAD ty The Carver WindmilH company has of steel gopds, hoes, rakes, ihovels, ; spades, hay, dun^ WT P the shops now occupied by and'UI kinds of tools ustxl for ,farm* and gardens. \ N of Cooking 1 , Heating/Gasoline and Oil Stoves, ONE HALF CARLOAD . of tin'ware, consisting of tca* s tMislj > on'e(} pots, kettles, rrulk pans, pails, dust pans, wash boilers, everythinfr in tin, copper, Jporcelain, gfrman steel forks". Pag.", Bros 1 ., and will take posaesaion as noon as the latter remove to their new quarters. A new plate glass front improves the! Mrs G. W. Dryer, of Marengo, died of steel nails both wire arid" cut. '•' •••• '••'••;;:.vr' \ .fEN. appearance of Cook Bros.' hardware store. H. E.JViasor is moving into the law offices formerly occupied Bjr W. D Adams. C. EN, Gorham and E. C. Way were registeced at the Wayne hotel, Detroit, today. In consequence of diphtheria-, the pub He schools, of iCoJdwater, have been closed. " Mrs. Elmer SbarpsUen and her two children, of Detroit, are visiting friends in the city. . Boston Courier: In the household the children usually ,find that "pa" is the most martial and' "ma" the most partial. , . . , , . . > sudtfenly last night, supposedly by fof 'barb and plain .wire heart failure. The funeraljwill be held Weilnesday afternoon at two o'clock, at the bouse. FIFTY DOZEN locks and door knobs of every kind and fc full line of hardware .of every description. I know I am a little to tho east end of Main street. We ',** I description. * »uu« * am <* iivn^ »v ".•" ».«.". _.._ -A dry goods man tells an exchange _ ^ u ao buaines ^ „ the CQJlterj but j t w ill p a^ you to C ive me that when big customers commence to pay their bills in small change, it is an indication that business is going to be slow. He reasons that when small cihange gets numerous, people are draw ing on their reserve fund-<-the nickels and dimes that they have saved at odd call. JOHN:WHALEN, Hard\yaro Dealer, Martin Block, East Main Street. Frank Roy and George Canmorp, who were arrested on suspicion of breaking into Andre's store at Ceresco, wuie before Justice Tillotson this morning. After an examination the prosecuting attorney thought that there was ... , , I . u - I CUllUK HllU*"WJT mwu^M. .— » Residents in tbe neigbborHood of the 8offlcient evidence to convict and i-., Presbyterian church compla.n that the ^ ^^^ [hey were diecj , arge d, Cau- electric light on that corner U no good, inasmuch &s it is not ligkteii more than 1 half the time. The matti r should be looked into, as this is a t tiqroughfare much frequented and shouUI b& well U luruinnted. Tb4 stockholders of tha Exposition Company met in the Russell House parr lors, Detroit, Monday afternoon and af ter an hour and a half ot discussion, passed a motion that the board of direc tors be instructed to sell the company'- property for the bigbegt price it wi i bring, therefore Detroit will have nc more expositions. . The lady^ herein mentioued by the Free Press must be the envy bf her friends: "-There is ^Detroit lady wl^o giWall orders to her copkjby -_/>"ly - talking thttm into a phonpgrapl) und eendiug the talk&g machine to the tyrant of the culinary department. 'I l.en tfie lady, of ,the .house skips out ; nd avoids all joint'djscussio.ns by ren .a ing sway uatil the rneaj undsr coi..-id- eration i« ready to serve." . A cape, which qi^epg. jt;<w* all capes seen so far this. .S ' «{ the' pointed y^ke are outi|n«d with <7Jet. Ai'full rucbing of plaited, black more was immediately rearrested, charged with breaking into Mr. Browu «11'8 store at Rice Creek. His examiu.a tion was ad journed until the 38d and o» default f of bail was sent to jail. Roy was also arrested for being drunk aud Justice Cunningham seP 1 him to J ail ^ or 25 days in default of five dollars line. The following item in regard to the fruit prospect, may be an offset, to the discouraging announcments in regard to wheat and other crops: "The backward spring has been of great advan tage in the lake shore' peach belt and tbe outlook & m08t encouraeing. -While The apj»le and pear trees will not have so great a bloom j -yet the prospect for a la'rlge/'erop was never better. Sriis.ll fruits are looking fine apd unless unfavorable weather intervenes the yield of strawberries will be something enormous. With no prospect of overstocking 'tfynweld's fair market, thbj growers jire in a very happy franie of ijrfind aud look forward to a year, of un- equalad prosperity, Clam Bouillon at Hiilabran.t's. : Want to Show our WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T.DRAKE, Druggist, .-.'._. 240 State Street, A L L P A P FRESH, IJNIWE, TABTY DESIGNS/ WJiea afythiog y«a want ' mill wd try. i _. • . • - . Lowest : Prices and Be Convinced. " .fc« B,

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