The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on May 25, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Thursday, May 25, 1893
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. u' •> A PAIM CHEOMJCLE, MA^ next At the field day exercises of Hilladale I college Tuesday, Gett. Ceo Patterson 1 threw a sixteen polind hammer 102 feet land 8 inches »ahd of course .got BREVITIES. I Children's day wlU be obflervedljy the Born to Mr. and Mrs. John^W albeek, different Sabbath schools of the city one I *«MAly t*f*mn Vkfvttt. flrtnnat? of Fredonia, a son. The Alhlestan club of. Battle Creek give a party this evening. H. A, Tillotson is out again ready fofe business, although not very well. Misses Mavis and Muse Pratt; of Paulliria, Ia. v are guests at A. Watson's. A.' H,Cathcart has a hew electric reg ulator, which will be put np 5n £ day or So, / ;' Iptfelpsleft for Chicago attd the world's Flfte'im tickets for Chicago; wete sold.Ifair,Wednesday at the Michigan Central ticket office I A correspondent says that the tis|f law Wednesday. sV 1 passed by tha present legislature, tb ef "Miaa Emily St. Jo|tt, of Port- Jervis, feet that no perch weighing less than .a > T.. is visiting her sister, Mrs^Mark pound s;hall bo 6flered for sale, will do Hurd. • . . away with that kind of flsh for dinner. Prof Bristol's horse show is at Battle He says that no one in Michigan has Creek Friday and Saturday of this week, ever caught a perch that weighed a Prof. Bristol has the tinea, lot, of trained [pound. Mr!' apd .Mrs. C. S. Hamilton, Mrs. a. Fft Hewitt, Mrs. Geo. 1\ Phelps, (Misses Anielia.Pay, Grace Matailton, Victoria Monk, Mabel Phelps and W, T. STRAWBERRIES. Commencig Saturday We Look For Daily Supplies At Lo-ftrer Prices. J. Cunningham's. '». ' - - . $••• Smith, the Photographer, Has some nice Frames .for Cabinets and other sized, just received. Call an.d seethmff. CEO. H. MEAD Artistic Qarriagr'Painter,: Shop over Hind9nacli{& Skinner. • •. -'•*' . ^ • All work executed in ttvfe best of manner. •-- : -- THEY ARE HERE "" we egajHfr Our new line ~of neck wear , ifae new shape scarf, those elegaritfoitr-in hand and a complete line of nov* elties in neckwear. (Jail at SHANAHAKTS and, see them. '•-'" horses in the world. Jackson Patriot: Miss Mak^aret Pha len, who came to act as bridesmaid at the Farrell-Delaney wedding, returned to Marshall Wednesday. The lynching jbf Sullivan at Cornnria Tuesday is another blot upon the good nauia of the state of Michigan. The fact that the man had cut his throat and' was deader-dying when the mob ONE FOE SALE! CAR : LOAD appointed naval cadet from this district, failed to pass the examination at An napolisandN. R. Jewett, ofRichland, the alternate, has gone to try for the place, • ... 'member Of the W. C. T.-U. is I to furnish one boquctfor G. A. R. for Decoration, day. P,leaso send to Mr. Scholley's store Monday evening between 6 and seven o'clock or early Tuesday morning. That everyone tfot holding course i can havo aa opportunity of hear Anna Shaw, single tickets will be sold for 35 cents. They can be had at Greene's drug store any time after the the worse. His awful crime is ~no ex cuso for the one committed by the lynchers. Reports to the state board of heilth show'rheumatism, neuralgia, tonsilitjs, consumption and bronchitis, in the or- of Cooking 1 , Heating, Gasoline and Oil Stoves, ONE HALF OAKLOAP > of tin ware, consisting of tea and coffeo potsj kettles, milk pans, pails, dust pans, wash boilers-, everything in tin, copper, fporcelain, german steel goods and anti-rusting tin ware. m Michigan during the past week. Diphtheria reported at 87 places-, scarlet, fever at 45; typhoid 'fever at 18, and measles, at 20. ' / Marriage licenses issued May 34: Joseph Winters and Orae Sutherland, both of Battle Creek; Michael Freehng er and Nora Wnn, both of Albion; ONE HALF CAB _ T __ of steel goods, hoes, rakes', shovels, shades, bay, dung and hll kinds of tools used for farma and gardens. FIVE TONS L. ' ^ of steel nails both wire and cut. weodinc forks. May 25th: Charlie Comer nnd Mina 1 opening of the board this afjternoon. It is said that when Benjamin Franklin proposed to start a newspaper his mother tried to disuade him from it because ahe said there were already tw& papers in America and there was no room for another. Mrs L. ,F. Page gave a musicale to a few of her friends last evening. Mrs. Page proved herself an adept in the use of the mandolin and guitar, tvhile Mrs. Warren is a harpist of no mean ability. After rendering some elegant music a choice repast was served. All persons who will Kindly contribute flowers for Decoration day are requested to leave same a,i S. K. Cro- nin'a store State street, "either Mon dayj 'May 29, or as early as possibly •Tuesday morning. The ladies of the Relief Corps will greatly appreciate any donations of flowera for this occasion. . The crops of picuips will soon 0901 uience to be harvested. One o}/\ most pVevalent, if not the mostgiorious products' of the nineteenth pentur.y is the picnic, which dates frpm 1802. A list of eatables and Drinkables,-.was drawn up and •passed' around. "Each person who proposeato take.part'in the thing-waa then Mtpposed to pick o«t the articifcS he or x ^be would provide, and nick or lick/ them off the list. Hence 1 the picnie/wbich ever since has done so much tjr^increase the gaiety, of nature/ Boy a w bo have been given to killing birds or robbing the nests should read / the foUowmg! Any person wuxi shall af *'- «iny time within this state, kill any TOD fin, nigbtbawk, whipporwill, Lane, both of Battle Creek; Edwin Mills, of-Battle Creek, and Ella Me- Finch, of Baltimore. The Blue-Grass Clipper, Midway, Ky.: Rev. Anna Shaw delivered at the Odd. Fellows' Hall, Tuesday night, one of the most interesting and instructive lectures which has been heard in Versailles in years. Her subject was "The Fate of Republics," and she handled it and the men in a most masterly manner, eliciting rounds of well-merited applause. The press throughout the country are extensively comuuiritiag upon the fac' that the Princes* Eulalk* has conduct* il herself in a ladylike and sensible manner since arriving in this country. No doubt w>re the various paragraphs brought to her notice, the Princess wouild feel highly flattered and she would also wonder just w.hatsort of an | opinion the American puople had entertained of her anyway. ,_ of barb and plain wire. ' FIFTY DOZEN looks and door'knobs of every kind and a full line of hardware description. I know I am a litt'e to the east end of'Main sti cannot call. all do of every street. We busines jqin the center, but it will 'pa« you to give me JOHNWHALEN, Hardware Dealer, Martin Block, East Main Street. We Want to Show our WALL PAPER, to Every Person in the County. w. T.'DRAKE, Druggist, .'. • i 240 State Street. ,. . ^ Memorial Service. The in'teresting, though solemn, occa sion of menaorial day service for 1893, will be held at the Met&odjst church in this* city on Sunday afternoon at half past ,.tw« o'clock. The memorial adi dress will be made by the Rev. J. W* ,vliusoD and music befitting the oc casiou will be rendered 'by the Trinity church choir. The entire service -will be impressive and should be participat in by all .who care to remeniber our noble dead, who, when tbi* country ^ v-- —v.,. -^ T .-^-,, was in sor.est need, when union and lib Any person w 1m shall atJert^-were struagling Jor v ibe mastery ' = " any roo against .treason jind anarchy., freely swallow.,] gave their ^ves for the land they loved- HarriejJTiB Marshall, May 25, by Jus tice Canuey, Charliu Cemer and Mina Lane, both, of Battle Creek.,- W A L FRESH, UNIQUE, TASTY DESIGNS, finch; thrush, lark, yellowbird, \t bird, brywn tbrusher, wren^^mAft . oriole, woodpecker, bobolink' CHF any song bird or rob the oests of sueb" birds, . •ball be deemed gwilty of a misdemfiian. I Wanted-Respousibie ladies *nd gen or ftftd on coftv^ion \hewo|, f^all baftlemep to work fQr $3:50 per day. Call fined ftvedellws fer each bjr^4 so killed J a t 8Q4 West'Sta^e street Friday and Sat qr each nest io robbed, or cbotine4 In urday.' ' - •' the coantj j»U ten days oc ijotli fine and imprisonment at the discretion of P A Lowest '.Prices. ITin Call and Be Convinced. ffow auction, jpurtdiuice of ur store ^ AtSnvder's

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