The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 17, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, May 17, 1893
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THE DAILY CHKONIGLE, MAY 17.1893. BB|VtTIE8. » Thomas Rollinsbn, of Detroit, is in ' H. I. Peck is still confined'to his bed | by, sickness/ . v .• - • V A. K. Prentice Of Ba.ttle Greek wa8> in | this city to day» ' . . Mrsv Charles Dickey left for Albion |this afternoon. John Murphy returned last evening I. L. Stone, of Battle Creek, was in this dt^ Tuesday* Charles Holb, of Battle Creek, was in town yesterday., , Miss Bessie tojt|s-Visiting Mrs, J. B» Neale in Battle .Creek. • „„..„ ,,~ u ., r ..; The ne.w steamer at Goguac lake wili from tJhicagb. be iaurich<Bd hext Sunday. j Mrs. Bishop Hameston, of Jackson, Mrs. L!nn BicNames, of Lansing is at ig v \ a \ito e m this city, her fathers, S. McKames. : Dc ; Hopkins who has been lit for the one business that cannot! pa9t [\n eGO weeks is reported no better, flourish without "strikes." _ I Miffs Cornie Hay ward leaves to-mor It IS said that the world's fair is fiot|.ro W .i OF ttn extended tour through the paying operating extenses. ,« j'west. There will be a meeting of the W. Rv An elegant new sleeping ,car and a C tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. neb dining car have be«m put on the Jttst a» Marshallites are suffering with Michigan Central. . The company is measles Battle Creekites are experienc continually improving upon its service " fog attacks of mump*. I and the accommodations for-travelers The Kalamatoo Baptist association is STRAWBERRIES V, "'••• \ . •'•:'•' ' ', . 'DAILY, Spinach, Lettuce, Parsley* Onions, FEUIfS IK . -V-'' A*. ••••;'•• : , V J. Cunningham's. CEO. H. MEAD Artistic Carttstger Painter. Shop over Hindenach & •Skinner. All wdrk executed .in the . best ofXinanner. A fresh supply of De Neufchatel cheese just brant's. received today at •Hilla MERE • are elegant. Qur new line of heck M-ear, Hie/new shape scarj, those elegant fonr-in •fifind andvt*' compMe. line of .1 •> *, 'a elties in neckwear. ' Call at SBAtfAHAWS "V first class in every ONE FOB SALE '*• evening. ,. Tb»re will be a social at the Universa .list church Thursday, May 18th. Sap per from five to flight o'clock. All cor- time sqag - -bef ore crowded heads, at of Cooking, Heating, Oasoline and Oil Stoves, ONE HALF CARLOAD Wst the tone of her advertising would K. f t - n ware c $ 18 i s ti n g ,of tea and coffee pots, kettles, milk pans, pails A_.JS<t««n on/Ik in tva.tlin r>naA I . . • J ..-\ i 21 _ _....4.»U1V.«. !n fiit rti^,<r»nr tr\i.rr>«Iftin. irfrman Steel 1n di C ate8uch to be' dlklly inViled. Supper. 15 cents. The Ladies Aid Society of'the Chirst ian Church will hold a social at the church this evening, Wednesday, Sap: I back, gleefully handle per 15 cents. 'Come. A cordial invita- J buoyant Crinoline.". Ul till Wttlc* \iwi* oiavtuK -,w» *\-w »••••»•*.•»-•-—— j" — —j — -/ . «, ' •• "''i dust pansi wash boilers, everything iri tin, copper, Iporcalain, germ an: steel Listen to this: Holyfcmokel Let all | goods and anti rusting tin ware. ua men flee to "he deserts and the track less wildernesses and inaccessible moun- band with tipn to all. Col. R. Finley Smiley, deputy Grand Commander and lecturer of the; Macca bees, will deliver his lecture on fraternal organizations at Maccabee hall Thursday evening, June 8. Mr. Surby, the veteran of Goguac lake, haS enlarged bis lunch counter BO that it nearly double its former size. He has also built a new boat house and has put a large number of new row boats on the lake. The following epitaph appears on a tombstone in a cemetery located not a thousand miles from Marshall. Thj next time you visit that cemetery look for it: Here lies the body of Mary Ann, Who rests in the bosom of 'Aorahatn, It's all verj nice^for Mary Ann, But it's mighty Tough on Abraham" I HALF CAR LOAD pf steel goods, hoes, rakes, shovels,,spades,, hay, dung and the I and kll kinds of tools used for farms and gard/j"" FIVE TONS Mrs.-Mar jG. Thomason, mother of l f 8tee i na ji s both wire and cut. Mayor fef0. Thomason, of Albion, died j THIN TONS very suddenly'about eight o'clock Mou x»« day evening. She bad been ill but a cof barb and plain wire; 'fortes. ' Battle Creek M6on: "Harry Wai thani, a colored man, who " as the cook at the Commercial Honse < n West Jack son street, was detected_la«t Friday by ofl.e of the employes, breaking into two •trunks belonging to boarder^ at the bo tel. JJe waa defected so soon that he fledrhefore he had time to take any of the contents of the* trunks. Waltham has a girl in HiUadale, who,he has been in the babit of visiting, and it was mis trusted that he had gone to that place when he jumped this city. It was as 'few days and her illness had not been regarded at all dangerous. She was about 65 years of age. 'I lie program foi the week of the woman a congress, now being-held in Chi ongo, comprises a four-hour morning session each day, visit to the world's fair each afternoon, and a three-hour session in the evening. By Saturday night the majority of the delegates will bo soliloquizing *'where am I at?" After the Sabbatbariaus havo succeed ed in closing the gates of Jaoksou park on Sunday .Jet them then turn their attention to suppressing the evils that surround that tjreat and attractive e« closure—an undertaking which would bo prolific of beneficial results, and one which would meet the sympathy FIFTY DOZEN locks and door 4cnobs of every kind and a full line of' hardware of ever, description. I know 1 am a litUe to th^i-ast cud -f Mam street. We cannot all do busines jqi n the center, but it,will pa^ you to i»,ve me call. -.'.'. JOHN WHALEN, Hardware Dealer, Martin Block, Eas approval of every right-minded person, The Chicago papers may not, in their self-conceit and egotism, realize it, but but the fact remains that they are doing all in their power to deter people from visiting the fair> And, right here we might state that it is astonishing bow many peqple regard the great sho* witl indifierence and express a uncertain whether they will take it in or uot. The exnense and exertion has been represented as being so great that those certainejllby telephone tbat he was in J 8W ho had thought that they could not Hillsdafe. Sheriff Walkinshaw went mi ss the opportunity of improvement 6ver to that, city and arrested him. and pleasuie^are beginning to think Deputy Sheriff King met them in Al that home.aud its comforts, varied with bjpn and brought Waltbam to this city occasional trips to Cold Sprin? park, He was ftrraignedbe'fore Justice Henry I Gull lake and other resorts, will yestertifey afternpOX" on charge')! Lhej more to their liking However, it malicious deBtruction of property: He hqped that in » very short Uwe matters waived examinitiplb and in. deiaulL of 'will be so arranged at Jackson- park lapObail wa> taken,to the county j till that persons desiring to visit ^he fair ibis afternoon* by Deputiy King, v\ he re. I <»an do so with and, without the be will await trial at the ntest term of necessity of spending more than a the circuit court." < * parativtsly rnqderate aunx of qioney. J = ' T:he]£oUo,w,lngHera will giveour read-1 ..d^.gouiUoaatHillabrant'a. . ,erj» Bometbapg of an idea >ow uuuchr --^g* "~ • i Utonndtbg^wiU have to trayel,ov,eriu L- ' -, —"•?- j£* i ££~\~ Lorder to tespect the worlds fair: "Jack-1 l ' ' •-•• . " . T - Want to Show our WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. W. T.DRAKE, Druggist, : 7 2,40 State Street. ' ft W A P A P E FEBSH, UNIQ.UE, TASTY DESIGNS, * Lowest -.Prices. €eiandBe

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