The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 13, 1892 · Page 3
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' '" MfcTtdflOUdGi6AL^ ' * ~" F\The" bUliafd tourn&meHfof the Mar- <r^ *•« L t_ *.x.«l«vr- nt" fi't*0f*'liG'S •ttt'Uff Lr<K iA.jt jfiU.uMM.M W»M««A */t.itt<drAr1 4Ytn 4*ftTIH${i * for the BREVITIES. Rov. E. Wiillankin went to Flint to;, day. --Tho chora"! union, which 1» beiwg $a ettucted by Mrs. Ida Wilke* Brown, will have a musical recitnl at the residence of Mrs N J- Frlnk this evening. The cipniplr1%r of the currency and the stale bank' commissioner .have "baited, for a^opohof the condition- of national and stato'banks tit the close df '**,- 9 -^f — T- - 1^~ erable interest wals maWeaUd, The players are htmdioappejl foedrdiag t&, their profficiency in lhfr v jj&ttte. QWy three members,, Dr* Marshall, P. A, Stuart and Albert Buck, play the full 150 points. The figures' Immediately following each name indicate tho size of his handicap. John ' Dfce -75^8 0 6 0 12 0 10 O'O 0 040-3 0 8 64 0908 : -7S i BigeldW—50—0 1.-2 111111201 032"0212,112'0 0—35.. John Doe-75-8 I ^ 1 4 2 2 1 3 1 1 2 3 6 10 5 6 12 10-75. ' PoweH,-100-l 03450C76941 2 1.4 6 6—65. Jay Cronin-75-0-1 3 1 <J 3 1 3 131900 41 02 O; %8 1 1 8 1 1 12 1 .7$ . •' ';^"'' •'-.•'. . ' . 400—9.Q i .ttJ) 0 40 54113 1550 707 1 2 122027- u W, i f < T. _i* •' business, Friday, Dec. 9 Tekonsha lodge No-." .127, A. 0. U. W., bave completed and dedicated a flnejioo, brick hall. The society was organized Bicelovv—50—3 20 0141201.10 " 1 41 1 1 Q 2 0 3 1 1 22 5 1 8 1-50 Bjick-r50-l 0 0 0 01 20001 1-4.1 |00 000 11015 VI 2127 ' Buck—50-0 1 0- 6/8* 8 8 0802 0 7 0 1 J14202 01 00/54020101 0-36. Powell-100-0 0 11 2.04401024 1*0 1~2 04 2/27 1 9 8 5 6 11 0,6 1 7 8 in 1887 with 'ft charter membership of 22. It now has DO active members.. Samuel. Cunningham, ..ot Jackson, died m that city today. Me was former resident of this city and waa the father ofrMra. C, T. Fletcher^ and brother of David Cunhingha'm and Mrs. A. YVttt son. 1 ' , «• -in There was a number of free for, all fights on the street last night, but We did not here 'of'"anybody being-run in. A Nashville woman followed the directions in a woman's magazine on how to make a beautiful chair out of a barrel for fifty cents, And has already speni 1—109, ' > •' ,- ; SouthWortb—40-1 01 0040 O'l 602 0*7 0110218111 1-40. ' . BuCk-50—1 810 103 001112 10044 1100 1—26. Wright— 100-1 81212821334 400230 1 0 3 10 0 6 5 1 6 7 l\Jl *-«»%J «rf*rf<hBW^| —— . four dollars on it and has to show for it a clumsy looking contrivance that every one is afraid t o sit on. " More care-should be taken to have the opera house properly ventilated. .It was uncomfortably warm last night and. the windows,and doors were all closed. If the ,windows cannot be opened then the fire should be kept under bettor control. . - There will be a meeting of St. Albans lodge this evening for work and for the purpose of making arrangements to attend the funeral of J. Loehr 1 Thursday morping.-''All-members are requested to be present. There will also be a mbetiag Friday 'evening for work on the third degree. Battle Creek Moon: A Deputy sheriff who- has been'to-Marshall lately, remarked to his associate .officers today that none of them ne.ed hang any hope on the idea of being reappointed, as he said in,so many wo.rds that ftpt ou*e-of the former officers would be left t» tell ' the tale after WalkiusUaw hud,exercised his guillotine on Jan^ 1- ,.-,,., ',. , The aflnlittUiTii.eeJjng ef the stQckhold ers of the Commercial Savings, ; bank ' w.as held this morning.-. 'The foitowinK directors were 'chosen .for the ensuing -year.- VV. J,;l>ib.ble,'E: <x. Brewer, Jas. M, Parsons, T. L. Cronin, .John Wise- man, W-•&• iiosley, Uoo. Perrelt, W. T. iSielps, M. IS. Q'Ktiotu. TUe meeting of tb6 Jireetoi's for the election of oflicers will be held Wednesday evening. American Young People ia a new monthly Ulttsjtrated rna^asine, th.e first ' ft number of which'- will appear in Jaau?. ary. S% \i!iU take up'the. .work of fur.'"; choice rca^ibg along the linj} of 1 4—100. Eyans^SO-O 8 11000014100 02 0 4 0- 8 i 0 2. 1 2 0 3 1 1 00 1 2 1 1-49. . Reiley—40—0 3 0205 1020051 0 2 0 0 Q 0 0. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 5 0 3 0 0 6 bO 010 00 0 1.8—40. Powell—100-1 00483030 JLO'l. 01000000021503000218 90010002—35. / Gprham—75-6 01 001204420 041218505 418282 2—64. J. Cronm—75— 70352 510608 20031 60 l"\ 2006 2> 0143 5— 75. Albaugh—75 -611600811313 000110405212021 0—39. J. Cronin-75-0 2458 216*08 12 441290100051 1015 2-'35 Reiley—40—1 1 03000301100 0000 001' 0220 0 11 04-001— 23. ' Evans-50-« Q 5 2, \ 0 003 JO 0 0 1 1 Q 0 3 3 2 0380 0 1 Q 1 1'» Q 6 0 1 501—50. - - * Wood—75-^3 0 6.0 1 0 1 0 2 Or3 0 $ 041 3068 0804070 16—75. . ".. tyeiley-40-3 0 4 0 80 3 2 1 1 0 11 40 3 2 0 8 Q 3 0 2 0 2 0 7-^-37. Organs FOP. 90 DiLYS. offer Hanos and Or^ gans at a gr^at sacrifice^ come and get My prices,and examine the instruments. Tou\ will be convinced that you can save money by buy* ing of me. I have a very large stock and can furnish any make you -wpant. Come and see them. M. J, Keep An Eye Out FOB BARGAINS IN AT- P. B SNYDER'S jViurriiigo licenses issued Dec. 13: Joseph y. Davis and Hester S. Wes^ sols, both of Battle Creek j Frank E. Smith,, of .Battle Creek, and Jennie Pike, of Perry, N." Y. .Joseph Loehr, an old and prominent resident^ Mprengo, dleji at his home in that township Monday. Mr. Loehr Holiday makes, a 'than- a . . , Call a* see the handsome Par,_^ - -, lor Suited, Bedroom Suites, Chairs; ;:r e S^rf^.^ stands, 'etc., -etc. They are;"o^t of . . > *.„_.-. n ..«AM*/\<4 'PKa f iinAi** I , *• t ".^ ^ *• _ _ " ** . death- wa^ not unexpected. The funeral will be* held at the house Thnrsday morning.- He was a rnsmber of '' • *!>* «- 4 »* _«J tWo ,. American history and .^literature,- and. Don8 i 0 dge, Q & A., JI. and the, service* that The I *i-rt^rnity. *• "*'?.' .•• sight" and v«ry reasonabbe, F. B. SNYKEE: ™.. i-'. •*.!*• ypuug people and the household. sub3cnptioa pr& will be one dollar •**,> > A ^*ol &**<>&&".**» ^ year. The publication yffice is m, UU-- J ^ ^^ ^^ ^ Coave U -• *. . I ed a viery large askdieiqiee at |1 cprrcspon4eut o| the ^buse last eyenlBg. The tbe»d savs:- \\VJ^ JS4cXie.e,,4>! Mar-r* - .... —-. —^ •been *Uigned' : J>y'ihg. com-: of the The that. We fame or m.i66ioa«r o* wn> p" 1 * ^ww *~ -«- ^r^. i j^ be ootainea »s noi^o, **>;»*i iQKihls.se^JQ^^ep^eialpJerk- ^yho^for-th^jft-lhj ittdnef/1? .. "^M eonijaittee w pobUc l^nds, Mr, | w ^|^ tt^kM-el* l&S&t .JKW? 1 ^ meUeeis*afr of#* most thproughjy ex- u^^rfjfaltaQ be^n heard b? perieoe»li*«<l e^nipe^flerks ^^^fN-evgr/^refl^nlC?^ -^ e **&}'' if ^nnfirailand oMcel iad%as Tw*vwH|iy. 1 _„ *; oU a r uinsteft\ions>.^ made ri "ni* ity *t work: MerfOl'i

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