The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 20, 1892 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, December 20, 1892
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tuiti CBBoMcit «•» ", !*' *o«« ye«ur «!»*?«*» * <»...•* 1* Dalit, «t«l»*«Jfe*. 10 cent* r BafceoHptton* received »t the (jfflto of P*ib »tkm Wl Stats rtreei. J.M. i ^Sometime'ago the Kalamazoo Tele*' graph sent queries to the members of the legislature regarding the following: 1. What legislation is in y<*ur opinion most tieetted? "Il2- boyofa think .the coming iegislrt tore will introduce the custom of.a Shorter session? 'Mr. Ferguson, representative of the first distrust, replied us follows: DEAR Bra: In answer to .yours of the ;gthl woultf say legislation for the iqj provement of t»je .public highways would be tun-most beneficial to the Red «ral public. In reject to, shortening of the session think it extremely doubt f u | ' Yours Very truly, MARVIN FERGUSON. ^Ehe .Battle Creek ftlooh published -Patrick Hart's reply .and then adds: "Everybody who reads and digests the above will wonder who m thunder wlrote It lor Pajs." '•' ' VERDICT When you read wh&fc we have to say. From riow until' holiday trade is closed we are bound to close out our stock of ' READ ALL ABOUT THE Au °nis^^^ See the Ulsters and Overcoats we will sell yon at ""t Celery •Celer'y 5,6 Celery y Celery:' —,— MERRILL. If you arelthinkinir of buying a watch don't fail to attend Hulett's watch sale, Which commences Saturday, Dec. 17, and lasts one week. - ' The Place to Get Wood Is at C. T. Grant's wood yard, corner of State aud Hamilton streets..^ Largest and best lot of^ wood in the city. Note the prices: Oak, $3 per cord-, slabs, f 1.60; beach, maple and hickory, $2.25 Full^measure guaranteed.' Delivered ree to anypa'tt of the city promptly. When in need of wood give mo a call. C. T..GRANT. p. IJQII HI IlQll I I-WWII Seei)ur filie Worsted Suits at fifteen dollars, V Good suits, six, eight and ten dollars. Any two piece suit in the house at *6. Good' two 'We have an immense line of piece suits at 12.50, $3, *4> and *5; Boy'.; Youths . - - - and Ghildrens' suit's cheap. \ AU our hat stock.reduced to close out. We'have this morpinff opened a case lot of fine natural grey all wool underwear worth 1.25. The low price we bought thia at enables us to 8*11 u at JO cents each. See our night robes for holiday tmde neck mufflers, handkerchiefs, all styles, silk and linen A beautiful line of suspenders, in fact anything in the furnishing goods line and clothing stock at prices that cannot be duplicated. AWAY DONJE. the'market if you wish one for a CHRIS, MAS PRESENT Candy, Oranges, Oysters, i Cranberry, Raisins, Huts, Baking Powder, 26 cent mittens Rutabiigas, Ginger snap Black walnuts 8 Ibs raMns for 55 cents 8 Ibs candy 26 cents Oranges, 25 cents Merrill. Merrill. . Merrill. Merrill. . Merrill. Merrill. Merrill. Merrill. Merrill. Merrill. Merrill Merrill. Merrill. 1 Merrill T. Shanahanv tailor and Clothier. Have a large stpek of X/lAUfcLvPi ** •* vv»-*vo * • " Merrill. Merrilly MerriU 'wants money, Just arrived. JOO pair of John Whaleu's. east, en.d bardware '" -.,. Happy and conte,nt is a home with " ehest«v.a lamp with the light of thf^i qaulpgiics,wrjte Rochester LampCo.,NewYork, AND FELT GOODS. The only house in the city carrying a line of Pringree fa Smiths celebrated ' shoes. No 10 relative to tbrowinlOur stock consiskof all qualities so tg|t * •,' * v * . . . . .,' :, I a ™ «hlfi to meet the deinandsof <»* r ashes in, the street will be strictly . forced • C, 11. SMH?HC • ' .. ; " Marshal « .JTpr Sale, Very, Veiry Che»p.' A Qrand square .piano, ip good Order. . " MBS, D. 4> ^IJTLEE. ' to'H, G. Uaskell. if ," \ " -.' -• '-; .'" " • . -..; : 'I .! '"Pay . lire ;able to meet the dpinands of Customers. No matter what ~ •• • .'• wanted.' OF MILLINERY QOODS OR THE Nt.XT 30 DAYS. I Will Sell at Coat for Cash all Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, ; 111 Untrimmed Sodds, feathers, Fancy Feathers, - Eibbons, Flowers, Laces, In fad 4 fuUiinepf FOR THE NEXT THIRTY PAYS, MISS HANNA, is in Charge of my Workroom She is lately from the wholesale house of Epliock, PeUjbone ^ Chaptnan and Shaving had a large experionce can give yoii satisfaction and otf short Now 4s the time \3b"«>'-- store , We*ftt.ry a fipe stpck of Staple & Fancy Groceries U ^ Qm we st ofRO. . * i «»^•••^™ | ^'^*^^**^*^^'**^^ e E. S.I.EVIS, City Treasurer I have all the'seasptfa ice bills :Wade f ."\V"' .§ut *»d wonld,i>e pleaae.4 to; bare those for geaer Eagle Opera rf.tpiN^'iHf PPLES i .-ai,. 05* ->-"- iMLiw <5558UKB 1 *' WaWf fbe-FJgpT,, ; .*..- - „ - ; ,«, ... . TH^E.^RE<'-.t ; •: f ^Sra^^L TOB:K3Nlb of-•'--. 1 -f^& -, <HoSs5 W -' SELt. M^§B»9M"^Cw*»fis > pjntVJJCLS? . Vf • ^ «34-»*-«*-i?« f toeing oter »10,UQi Retfitt^^So. Ovur 200 Ajwojigie Gypsies GOP» PH,V^42,5? . V¥ - • ^Ai*-.JH« cSHtag ow WM mt#l$&*i. Os«r SOB SHOPS T«ATf MSBEI.T COVBE T^llSdDl^'S'wtejOTS 4 *^^^ - lte|.AMNbT JNJTVWlfHm WZ-l^^^^^^^j^^^.. ALWAYS KEEP A STOC?* O™ BJiv*!? W,« I ^S u ^ nn^Zr HiufSmmtnif: we.canvuik frnm nlna v THE #1BT AM) GOQP f-V * > "^ '"._ ^^ ^^ t ^fe - 'uSUrl lif.", stMj^f ~33?-^, ' f±-— - Isi.' *•, ii_£5. *r_S A ¥i /•

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