The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on November 25, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, November 25, 1892
Page 3
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THE DMLY CaJt^NICLK, NOV1MBER 25* 1891 take* bf drug Iff MIW jl*W _, t»»t «4 hour*. O, lowest', «4"., , • tndrmtMntter for the l)i«key, of Chicago, is -iu, thil city. ' 4 Tbe boys are skating on the mill pond. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Adams are visiting &t John 'Adam*'. - • Mrs. John Andre; of Kckford, a daughter, Nov. S3.> ' ~. —Mr* 'Sarat vHall, of Kalatiiaaoo, is visiting in this city. / * George Miller atiU. Frank Adams are home from Ann Arbor. . Miss Grace Fountain, of Battle t;rcek, is visiting inthis cily. . ,Miis~Addie Hollon, of Albibn.vspent Thanksgiving in this city. Art Hay, of JWason, h%s »>eeu visifui'g his old friends iu this city. , Mus Nellie prake and Miss Florence ityotitfi are visiiing in Kalamazoo. Mr. Koger's and family,,of Homer. Thanksgiving at J. K. Foley»8. Mr. an Mrs- J, E, v Watsou left for their home m Bronson'this afternoon. The ladies of Trinity church will-serve •refreshment* a> the dance this evening. y! J. Croniii, who is now located in. Baltic Creek, spent Thanksgiving i% ' Mr. and Mrs. ChiU. Gardnw. of Battie Creek, ipeut Thanksgiving at John Br»wa'a. . -,.' <v.' : - • •;,'. " : , Uet your seats for, tbe Madam Fry concert at ttreene'i drugstore Saturday afternoon, , Mrs. Fred Brown, spent Thanksgiving of Ann Arbor, with, her sister. W. H. Kulp announces that he'has made « contract with Baldwin Bros.,-of Qujncy. 111., to make ten balloon ascen- sibuH and parachute drops at the World's fair during August fle*t. It is expected that the • ulectno light plant will be ready ta start up about the fifth of Deoember. The dynamos ire JB position and most of the wire is up, but the work at the power .house will *ot be completed for several days. John Cawood has been engaged to take.charge of tfie machinery ft the electric light power house when the same is ready to v operate. Mr. Ca- waotHi'agood machinist and will no doubt run,'th« plant to-the satisfaction of all. 1 . i •" ., A number of boys had a hut in' Brf wX "er's wood! and were in the habit of gaffcering there occasionally for a little sport. Yesterday they were there and probably did no>;j(ook after the tire very «lo«bly when they left v as abeut .night it burned ti^he ground^ ^^ Beports to. the stat* board of »»alth show neuralgia, touaihtw, rheumatism-, and *eon«umption in" order Ladtes' Library aBsooiatidn .dance at the Forbtfs House tonight. '•''' ' The trains from the east were delayed yesterday^oy heavy aaow storms «act of Detroit. . Marriage licenses issued Nov. 28: George Ouile and Mrs. Francis Warner, both of Marshall. .„' _ ^ There will be entertainmifent in the Untversaliat church t^ov. IS. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Admission 10 cents. The Maccabee hall which'has b^eu uadergoing repairs for some little time past, will be ready for use next-rues- day at which time there will be a meeting of the tent. All members are re- quesfeaTto bfl, present. The change In time ou jhe Michigan Central makes it very bad jfor .people who desire to go Albion in the oyfining. The .Buffalo special^ No. 18, which leaves thia Biation at 8:47, does not stop at Albion, ab there is no train to make that city after 8;li p, m., until 2:50 the next mornlhgv ' ;.; .' A very absurd story and ond without foundation has come to the Ladies of of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Ii Is this: "The Ladies of the Union are going to use all the profits from the 'lecture coarse in the gold cure." Wo 'wish such as are anxious ip parry news would come to headquarters and get fully equipped before starting out. (We furnish outHts free.) , , We: have'taken a little stock in th e gold cure in this pity antl if we receive any profits every cent goes towards helping some poor man to reform/ We expert to hear next that we have bought the electric power of the city, which by 4.he : way might not be a bad investment if we could throw a little lighten some of the dens of iniquity in our city, but we have taken no action im the matter. Every great question has to "be agitated and thfl few dollars we have on hand seem to agitate tho minds of not a few as to what we are going to do with it. Give ua $60,000 and we -will show you what could be done. W. C.'T. U. •Crmwford Broi.' MloitreU. The Crawford Bros. Minstrel Company, beaded by such well known talent as Bob Slavin and Cool Burgess will give the first minstrel entertainment of the season tonight at the opera house. The Crawford Bros, are also well knewn and have always stood at the head in their line of business and have always been connected with; first class combinations. A new, spectacular first part will be introduced and an olio that can not be excelled,~ With such an excellent company it is se.fe to predict a large house. --Get your seats early and avoid the;rush at the door*., " rti,"* " ' "~ " ' " **>"' ~ - - " • For S>l«. t - Atwo'burner Dangler gasoline stove butlUtle used, will be sold at.a bargain.: ^ ' H. M. " M«tluuitl Hora* «h«w Exhibit a» „ I>«a^tb to lOtb,, 1885*. ' For the above named OcaasioH the Michigan Central will o4 D«c. i, 6 and WE SOU3 ALL OUR Old Stock of Cloaks! About two weeks ago to a firm east to avoid taking them to other towns to sell to the unwary and And now offer OUR NEW STOCK At a Great Sacrifice. -*-• • ; • .••••: ? . ' : J ,. • ' . : ~' .'."•• Gomearpl se e. how cheap you can buy, S. If. E. ALL THI& WEEK. Good 2-Piece Siut S3 &$4. OVERCOATS DOWN AWAY DOWN, ALL THISWEEK. most sickness in Micbi |a%d\i r *i^j(- the week eadiog Nov. lV^' Dip,htL<;i "* is reported at fojrty places, icwlat t -.ver *t tbrr.ty-seven, typ^o'ul f»fer/mt.l.,rty-»ne and raeasjt** ft e»|jht or- FRIDAY aralSATpifcBA^ ^ °The Be« Hive dloak stock of Jackson whibh has for the pas/t two days been displaying i ts beau t i f u1 line o f LADIES' and CH I LDRENS' Ga r- en t s a t t he Ton t i ne Ho t el 3 amp1e room, will contj.ihue Ha aale on Friday and Saturday in 01 der that customers who have be«n unable to avaii tKemselyes'of the opporiunity o/ .buying styliah oloak oheap may do. so. l FrVday and Saturday RESPEGf FULLY, L TT TH . ±1. JD a ,*.* 9 sell tickets .Marshall to Uuoajb .aod return at the .rate' of one faVf and a third for the reand trip, limited to re- dd4 hands turoto 5 days from date ita»el Cream for ehapped .and lips or n/fly-roughness of the skin'. f- - ' Thai>ksgiTiJi>|t-4ay w»i..the auuiver- •ary oftke .marriage of Mr. ai^dMrs. tlenry Krot»er and abeu^tbir'ty of their .f rif ltd* tfeate* them -l» >n agreeable ijiff rl^i. T1|«4 dropped ,m pnan- aounead and took possesiion" oj the ao of t»r|ejr, chickon and to All kinds of fresh meal at tf ButUr'i. djl A positive ctire (or at ' -••" 'Mi: The finest Una of ladie«' purses card cans ia the city at • . ; M. B. 4 • Eagle Ooera House! -«-*i x •^ < . • •mc^*' • - *9 /"* 9?' Friday Novem p 25 - V ^'"' •' -... - • -/ i.'. ' ^ttf, . • A i-my stock of. tow thftD coft, a» I want to run tb«i}i of |oir wbati £ ca* get get as 1 wan,t t;o go into othjar f busineM aopo. I wisji, the l»die» of JMArshall'»ad viciioify would please give 199 ft call and s& a bargain. •A ftwivtlled supporting aonOfauof »ata»t9, including BOB SLAVIN AND COOL BURG SS b.oy s who keep tr»ck of; #uch kbe eld man had <?oi»e here to wtou* in ^hp county jail and would be ready to be rwuia about tour t'ciftck this afUr- nopa. tte «vi4»ttUy knew hi» man paly tt« w«« « mtlf of On tiaae, aji Uu» linker MBS. L. .In the fiaaty Kendall place. -JU order to mak.e rooai tor new paper at je^t. v ^B* ^pr *"."™f- W^P .4>»ri4 geta to than to eaturatf a Hajp^elLdoth with Chamberlain's Fain Balun and bind ji on the al* (ected paTts. Try it and jou yaifee BUJC- ^Kn»pti9U>* itafforda. a treatment will curs theumatUu}. i of. f&voAn'a 4«»nf* mctj±+m , «!e Children Cry for K9«cH«»l c^ats o»W on ule »t Oie«a«'0 drag ?t!<w«. THE RED Stores. HBP ^f^ *&^ft P ^F 9f SEE THE RED FUAC j, ''';-•*»;. ^ - -J - * - "- ..x r:^ . .-, «'^. L, -^yfe^4E"if^li:^fes?c\s:stMJ^:ifi:A

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